Juzno: So how have you been, old man? It's Friday.
Mr Sven Norvank: Yes, yes. Friday. My favorite Friday of the week.
J: You probably meant this is your favorite day of the week.
MSN: No, no. Every day is Friday. So this is my favorite Friday of the week.
J: I see. So where are you headed?
MSN: To the bank. See this sack? It's filled with all the pennies I collected at the fountain. I'm going to be rich.
J: Are you gonna make it?
MSN: It's Friday. I'll make it through.
Photo Tip of the Day: A subject that is in the middle of the frame is usually boring. To add dynamics to your picture, apply the rules of third. Imagine dividing the frame into nine equal sections. Now, align your subject where two lines intersect either to the left or to the right of the frame. Most philistines who will inspect your photo will remark that you don't know how to frame a picture. This will be your opportunity to evangelize to them about the merits of this rule. Educate them that great painters like Gustave Courbet and Eugène Delacroix applied the same rule. Never mind if you haven't seen any of their works. The uncultured person will be so impressed that they will always come to you for your vast knowledge in the art.