28. "RE: (S5M4) Familiar Spirits Comments"
In response to message #20
I just never really have anything to add to what's already been said, and don't feel having the entire contents of a post being "I like it" is sufficient. Though having said that...
>This turned out to be Korra's hair, specifically her ponytail. >It moved whenever she did, swinging a concordant angle as she turned her >head to look from one side of the drawing she was reviewing to the >other. Now that he'd turned to take direct note of it, Corwin found >himself oddly fascinated by the physics involved - the interaction of >gravity, mass, and inertia, the way thousands of individual strands >could and did function as a single body.
To be fair to Corwin, the physics of ponytails are very interesting, to the point that a paper about it won the 2012 Ig Nobel Prize in Physics.
"Things in life aren't always quite what they seem, There's more than one given angle to any one given scene. So bear that in mind next time you try to intervene On any one given angle on any one given scene." Angles - dan le sac vs. Scroobius Pip