A joke, life is a setup and words just a bunch of syllables, entering the bar, any words, they are all entering a bar. Anything you say, it's a setup. What can this mean? Are these words now, a setup? Well yes. They all have a punch line. They all have a period. They all have a sense of a completed picture. The period is just another word for edge, ending, for -- punchline.
YOU know who's there. A period, an edge, a sense of closure, a line, a division.
Life is not just a joke, life is a - good -- joke; these sentences, all, of them, are funny as heck. For these punchlines---they believe they have an accuracy. The joke, is that life is nothing like that -- life has no abrupt edges, no sharp parts. Life has no periods. Oh it is -- hilarious.