A Rainy Day Spider

"The Itsy Bitsy Spider climbed up the water spout,
Down Came the Rain and washed the Spider out."--
Nursery Rhyme (Rondo)

Most spiders belong to the orb weaver Aranidae ("A Rainy Day") spider family. And while it may be common knowledge that an image of a spider appears in the upper right corner on the obverse of the One-Dollar bill, I had not noticed it until someone pointed it out to me a few years ago.

While the web motif is part of the design on the dollar bill, it has been said that the spider is not intentionally part of that design but is rather a vestige of the printing process. What a remarkable synchronicity that it happens to appear nestled in its web, if that is the case. {The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn Comic Panel as it appeared in the June 4, 2010 issue of The Los Angeles Time, 7 days after this post date; synchronicity?}

Since the earlier post had to do with the Fly Fable and flicker fusion frequency, it seems appropriate to follow up with the one about the simile for the spider's convoluted cobweb.

Surah 29 Ankaboet (Spider)
مَثَلُ الَّذِينَ اتَّخَذُوا مِن دُونِ اللَّهِ أَوْلِيَاء
كَمَثَلِ الْعَنكَبُوتِ اتَّخَذَتْ بَيْتًا
وَإِنَّ أَوْهَنَ الْبُيُوتِ لَبَيْتُ الْعَنكَبُوتِ
لَوْ كَانُوا يَعْلَمُونَ 29:41

29:41 The example (Allegory, Simile, Metaphor) of those who take others beside God for protectors is like a spider when she takes her home (for shelter); and indeed the frailest of homes is a spider’s home, if they only knew.

In light of the current economy and the fact that a spider appears to make its home on the $1, it goes without having to elaborate further that the spider has indeed taken a weak domicile at present. The national motto as codified in United States Code Title 13 §302 federal law, "In God We Trust" also appears on the dollar bill, and must be the only thing left holding it up (protecting it).

Okay, so here I am making a sincere effort to do my best to keep going and You keep trying to make me die laughing (somehow, it doesn't surprise me that 41/29=1.41 and just by Magic ('cuz we can't say G-O-D) spider silk can stretch about 140% of its length before snapping (a measure of ductility) and that 29/41 is 0.707. The density of spider silk is 1.3 g/cm^3 (30% greater than the density of water at 39F/4C) and 1.3 x 0.707 =0.919, which happens to be the density of water at 60 F/15.6 C and the same as the density for adipose tissue (besides making people fat also serves important endocrine functions and is the key component necessary for soft tissue reconstruction)--now I totally lost my train of thought... {Cathy by Cathy Guisewite Comic Strip "Nostalgic for Fat" as it appeared in the Los Angeles Times June 4, 2010}

{In an unrelated matter, I heard it through the grapevine that 'they' think there was an overreaction on my part to a 'minor misunderstanding'---what about "yeah, f#%$ her!" did I not understand correctly and overreact to; and this callous affront following their having succeeded in making the Universe collapse in the right side of my brain!?}

Symbolize 'That' or What Takes from the Level Below the Creator 'Parent'
Do/Perform Spider taking Home Page while 'That' decays (41, 29, -1)
Return to Base Your Bot As Long As (Post, Banner, True)

Adapt What Is Taken From Below The Creator/Source (What Is Taken From Transcribed Source) Parent (molecules) Typified by a Spider when it Takes/Makes its Home And the Weakest Spot/Distempered Beta (bond?) Starting Point of the Spider, If they can Locate it.

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