Told in the first person perspective, this is the story of David Hockney and Ora, who meet in a motel lobby. She is a softly Eastern naturalistic accountant with strong anti-bumper sticker views, and he is an excessive fictional power supply engineer with no apparent surrealism biases. She likes his knowledge about fragile surrealism and Marvin Minsky, which David Hockney finds variegated, although Ora doesn't really understand oaks. He likes the fact that she loves deference and computer science. He has noticed that she has constructed a pinstriped t-shirt with "Your Gift have madness" printed on the back in hand-painted yellow type. David Hockney is working at a house. Ora, turning from a life as a power, is trying to get work as a significant other.
Ora and David Hockney hook up despite disagreements about Marvin Minsky's physics and Ultraman. After a while David Hockney starts to get annoyed about Ultraman. Ora decides to devote more time to complementary surrealism, which David Hockney cannot endure. Ora meets someone else who loves surrealism, named Jean. David Hockney and Ora decide to part when she subtly sees how he is not the extinguished cello of the motel lobby and will always choose the easiest way out, whether it is outbalancing in a marriage or dispeling a false religious guru. JanusNode