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72-30=52, the year Douglas Adams was born.


Worse yet; 72-30 is really...


42!!!!!!!
"Torture doesn't work" lol
Guess they forgot to tell Bill Buckley.

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I was gonna post about Eco's Misreadings, then recalled the Lem item about a (fictional) work composed ala Ulysses but by a computer titled Gigamesh which is so deep that only comparable computer could critique it properly - then decided that one may as well print out the digits of Pi on to pages, bind them into a book, open to some page and start commenting on a string of digits as if they were an aesthetic choice.

I just might be more shallow than my reflection - at least according to my shadow. Smile
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* has anyone done a modern takedown on that Joyce work?
IE using blog entries, facebook page references, the drive to wallmart, making coffee at the office, someone deciding what stories go on the news crawl of the local cable station, the prime time lineup skirmish at a network where there's just too many (Fables rip off) of one type of show and no new Simpsons episode to fill in a game that ran short, filling prescriptions, getting frisked and pat down on an airport where the flight is delayed 15 minutes but really an hour...
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Pi starts out 3.14... 3x14=42
"Torture doesn't work" lol
Guess they forgot to tell Bill Buckley.

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Lobo why is 75! the same as 76!
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On 2011-10-25 20:22, Jonathan Townsend wrote:
Lobo why is 75! the same as 76!


I don't know...why IS 75! the same as 76!?!
"Torture doesn't work" lol
Guess they forgot to tell Bill Buckley.

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Okay, and now the Bee Gees with "How Deep is Your Love"
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On 2011-10-25 19:55, LobowolfXXX wrote:
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72-30=52, the year Douglas Adams was born.


Worse yet; 72-30 is really...


42!!!!!!!


*** my crappy math skills! And that was with a calculator...
Unless we are discussing an alternate universe where 72-30 really does =52.
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On 2011-10-25 21:35, critter wrote:...
Unless we are discussing an alternate universe where 72-30 really does =52.


What do you get if you multiply six by nine?
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Lucky.
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On 2011-10-25 21:58, critter wrote:
Lucky.


The single greatest post in the history of the Internet.

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"A la Recherche..." plus Monty Python = GOLD
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Can't speak for all time (too many to take account of at the moment), but the deepest movie I've seen in the last year was "A Serious Man".
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