BLTB

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Franklin, keeping the ball up on his side, said he had often heard of the blind leading the blind, and now, for the first time, he knew what it meant.
Ray Bone: "I worked briefly within the council departments on repairs etc and I can tell you it's the blind leading the blind. All down to budgets which must be spent in the financial year, it's a joke."
(Scripture might call this the blind leading the blind, but no matter.) It begs the question: if consecrated religious don't already know the point of their vocational existence, what makes them think that a bunch of inadequately catechized laypeople will know?
Functioning both as discrete objects and as elements of a larger installation scenario, the pair of dark heaps set in the ground-floor gallery of Gladstone's Twenty-First Street space--The Blind Leading the Blind #66 hulking in the middle of the room, The Blind Leading the Blind #67, both 2014, appearing to simultaneously spill forth from and muscle up to a nearby wall-were ominously implacable, with heft to spare.
It will be like the blind leading the blind with regard to someone you thought you could rely on.
Oh how I laughed - talk about the blind leading the blind. To their credit, they did indicate.
On Friday, a team of radical food designers called Blanch & Shock will be in town for the Fierce Festival launch party, which also features an arts show called The Blind Leading the Blind by Wolf in the Winter.
and the blind leading the blind along a long limb already beginning to
And it was like the blind leading the blind most of the time.
"Sort of like the blind leading the blind," Dole quipped.
"It was certainly a case of the blind leading the blind, but it was extremely funny," the young actor added.
In the introduction to Buddhism and Psychotherapy Across Cultures: Essays on Theories and Practices, editor Mark Unno invokes an old Zen proverb: "we are all the blind leading the blind, and perhaps some good will have been done if we find the contours of our blindness illuminated by the brilliant light of awakening, Buddhist, psychotherapeutic, or otherwise" (14).