[NetBehaviour] NetBehaviour Digest, Vol 235, Issue 1
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> % history history
> ksh: fc: history: not in history
> % history history
> 8 history history
> k10% history history history
> 9 history history
> % history date
> 12 date history
> Wait stop This is no way to precede History doesn't function
> this way. there are no periods in history. today history is a
> bad pun. Yesterday history was a bad pun. I already here myself
> not in history. To be not in history doesn't necessarily produce
> a reasonable or interesting text . In fact it doesn't produce a
> text at all . if I return I lose the memory of already having
> been there . If I return I am in exactly the same state I was in
> which is the same state I am in. Zero always animals which
> understand this period There always animals Which have no
> relationship to numbers. Already this is at a Las Because
> dictation already fail .
> Wait. stop. There is something else to think about In the future
> all of these people all of these animals will have disappeared.
> No matter what ecology services No matter what services ecology
> Nothing will survive. We are in a temporary stasys. we are in a
> healis. We have nothing to go on but the imminent . Wait stop .
> Wait. stopped. Style does nothing Either neither does Neither
> does. neither does puns Or easy commentary on the Linux Terminal
> Line. Aphorisms are useful only in relation 2 larger history.
> Otherwise otherwise what they do Is collapse thought Into the
> flatness Office MA otice plane Characterized by spider . All
> they do Is collapse thought Into the flatness of a Symbiotic
> plane Characterize By splatter . all they do is collapse
> thought into the flatness of a semiotic plane characterized by
> splatter. period.
> There something in this period there is something to this period
> There's something before this period There is something after
> this period There is something above this period there's
> something below this period There's something to the side of
> this period There's something within this period There's
> something without this period There's something bringing this to
> an end . there's something bringing this to an end period
- *Anthony Stephenson*
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