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An experimental animation to the song 'Ruler of Everything' by Tally Hall. I have arranged a series of images and symbols that combined with the lyrics of the song will encourage you to contemplate the meaning. What is going on here?

~Song Lyrics:~ http://lyrics.wikia.com/ Tally_Hall:Ruler_Of_Every thing

Watch on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=OVoV1CL6TUE
Watch on Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/32517672
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Contact Me: tim@thalloran.com

Or feel to contact me in a PM with any questions :)

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i'm scared

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religion-ignorance>religion+ignorance

look, I'm very pesamistic about the path of mankind, especially when relatedto the following of gods and shunning of sciences, but I'm kinda happy with this.. like some hope still lives for religion... maybe.. well at leate to exist "beside" modern science. well.. good job



Wow.

It's certainly one of the most artistic animations I've ever seen on Newgrounds, that's for sure. I think you succeeded in trying to get the viewer(s) to contemplate the meaning of the video... as for me, I think the meaning kind of went over my head, which is how I can tell that... I just liked the pretty pictures, haha. =w= I could probably spend a few hours sitting here trying to figure out what they actually MEAN. Very nice work.


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Awesome!

I've always wanted to see someone animate a song from Tally Hall, and you did a fantastic job!



wow

the symbloysims in this animation are great starting from the metal hands which i think is time, while i think zirconium is used to make fake diamonds which mean it has no real value we have material items yet in the end the metal hands of the clock tick away to the end of our lives


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Nov 22, 2011
11:43 AM EST
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Experimental
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