i need a haircut.

i need a haircut

additional thoughts:
aside from all the other problems in the world, one might occasionally consider that if we discreetly assume that a television picture consists of seven hundred and sixty-eight times five hundred and seventy-six dots, each of which could have one of, for example, sixteen point seven million colors, then there is only a limited number of pictures – for the calculation of which a mathematician so inclined could most likely provide a formula – that a television set can display, and so consequently everything will have been shown at some point, that could possibly be shown, especially pictures that no one has ever seen before, because they have yet to take place or because they are never found at all in this form in their so-called natural state, or generally and more importantly the consideration of what then, when everything has been shown, that there will ever be to see.