Wouldn't it be cool if Polaroids were actually Polar Oids? Like, some artic oids placed under pieces of plastic and chemicals to be exposed to light and dark and die and bleach and generally ink all over the place and I meant to say die. Oids would be a great species. People would either not like them or not appreciate them for their full worth or even not even really know they exist but some dude in Belgium would know. He'd know and he'd experiment in the early 1900's and show how they die in light and death dyes them and, gee isn't that a swell idea. He'd take pictures of his dog that look like Dame Edna all splotchy black and white because Oids are black and white of course but then a nice Japanese fella would think, "hey let's feed 'em stuff", except maybe he'd be thinking it in japanese, with bright neon lights and washed out water colors, and he'd think that's such a swell idea that it was worth it for color photos. And it would be patented and we'd be making money off the artistic needs of others but that's great - that's okay - all in the name of the capitolist machine so that the poor Belgian bloke was broke and spoke of the end of the world and the marxist regime because hell, he doesn't get it. He's confused and angry and it's not his fault he can't read. But he did come up with the Polaroid, so you got to give him a little credit, don't you?