purple pasta clinging to the sticky walls of splendidness
"Something slightly profound if not downright splendid about this photo is right this moment hurling long hot strands of partially cooked pasta of meaning up against the purple glimmering walls of your subconscious to see if it sticks which in turn relates the message to your slippery awareness that everything you think you know for sure is probably wrong and that's usually a very good thing." - Mark Morford, in his Daily Fix email.
Here's your job. To rewrite what Mark meant to say in ten words or less, without using the words pasta or purple.
And then tell me why he has a paying writing job and I don't.
Last part optional.