It just don't add up! Cartoon math isn't meant to add up. Here we see a dog number crunching, trying to determine why a cat is running away from two mice, and running towards him, a dog, to be "massacred." Furthermore, the mice are disgusted by cheese, and run toward the cat to be eaten by him. The dog, reading the results on his Acme adding machine, exclaims "It just don't add up!" and then runs toward a dog catcher, hoping to be caught. In contrast, real world math is meant to add up, but doesn't always, and when it does, it's kinda', sorta', maybe. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said as much (see time index 46:45) while at the Cato Institute to discuss inflation and monetary policy: " Economics is not physics. There isn’t any specific temperature in which the economy boils over... and when that happens it takes many years of analysis, discussion, and debate to reach general agreement on why that's happened. " B
I just had a thought. Would it work for you if I would (try to) collapse the grafitti area each time you rotate?