Quote by The Jocker: “I’m like a dog chasing cars, I wouldn’t know wh...”
Zen and the Art of Blowing Things Up
Yup, I decided to make a post on this famous line. Today's post was inspired by a line the Joker said in The Dark Knight. Why did I decide to write about this quote, it's a good quote. That's it plain and simple plus it applies to many of us. So let's dive into today's post. Before I give my interpretation of the quote and how it applies to myself and others, let me first tell you the whole quote.
Motives and tactics are complete variables in life. They can and do change in every different situation, because they are subjective to the circumstances and things at stake. Art is reached only through perseverance, so it would make sense that there is some outer force driving the end result. That force for me is completion. I push my self towards my personal goals for one reason, and that is for a rush of adrenaline that leads to the feeling of an accomplished task. I love a final product. Sure the journey to that project is what makes it so meaningful, but the end result is so satisfying and fulfilling that it puts you on a pedestal and allows you to see everything from start to finish.
The Jocker — 'I'm like a dog chasing cars, I wouldn't know what to do if I caught one, you know, I just do things.'.
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It was released as the second single from their fourth studio album, Eyes Open The song is Snow Patrol's biggest-selling single to date, ending as that year's 14th best-selling single in the UK  and that year had the distinction of being the last song performed live on the BBC's Top of the Pops. Lead singer Gary Lightbody reportedly wrote the song when he became sober after a binge of white wine , in the garden of song producer Jacknife Lee's Kent cottage. There's no knife-in-the-back twist. When I read these lyrics back, I was like, 'Oh, that's weird. You'll never catch it and you just wouldn't know what to do with it if you did.