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A Series of Inquiries Regarding Whether or Not the Experience of Watching a Woodpecker Would Ever Become a Banal Experience, and If It Did, Why and How the Experience of Watching a Woodpecker Would Become a Banal Experience – Patrick Pineyro

Will the experience of watching the woodpecker go about its work become a banal experience? When, at what point, would the experience of watching the woodpecker go about its work become a banal experience? Whose fault would it be if the experience of watching the woodpecker go about its work became a banal experience? Would it be my fault if the experience of watching the woodpecker go about its work became a banal experience or would it be the woodpecker’s fault if the experience of watching the woodpecker go about its work became a banal experience?

Will the experience of watching the woodpecker go about its work become a banal experience? Why would the experience of watching the woodpecker go about its work become a banal experience? What is it that would make the experience of watching the woodpecker go about its work become a banal experience?

Will the experience of watching the woodpecker go about its work become a banal experience? Why would the experience of watching the woodpecker go about its work become a banal experience? What is it that would make the experience of watching the woodpecker go about its work that would make the experience of watching the woodpecker go about its work a banal experience? Must the experience of watching the woodpecker go about its work inevitably become a banal experience?

Must it? Will it?