November 9th, 2001


non-contextual gibberish

I've been cleaning my ~ and found this:
I postulate non-contextual gibberish is as exciting as normal posts.
It's great when you start to believe your own lies.
Quick, stop the man killing the trees!
Ladies, right this way.
The symphony starts.
Distant fires burn uncontrollably.
Inject the sodium here, please.
It's all downhill from here he realizes, relaxing.
But he checks again, knowing all's the same.
Cut all communications; insanity runs through all wires.
Asymmetric expectations lead to awkward situations.
Generation and comprehension, far dissimilar.
The dog bites the violinists.
No, next, sorry.
Strive to notice absolute change too, not just relative.
The butter only looks poisoned.
Always pay with cash.
Don't give her attention.
Resist the urge to rant.
But syntax highlighters without parsers can blow me!
Sure, you could put sesame seeds on that.
Who cares if everybody's crazy and dumb?
I seem to remember not posting it on Oct. 24th because I was afraid somebody might think they understood it. But now I can't even understand it, so I'm sure it's safe to share.

In other news, three day weekend! I should've skipped today and made it four. Math was fun: I finished my current book. German was fun: we played games. I dressed up today, for the hell of it.