[NetBehaviour] $ entrance for the users

Alan Sondheim sondheim at panix.com
Sat Jan 5 01:02:51 CET 2019



$ entrance for the users

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$ entrance
$ oh hell, wait a minute, this isn't right
>  damn, i didn''t want^?^?^?
didna' wantthat apostrophe, hold on
/usr/local/bin/ksh: oh: not found
$ wow, that came to an end fast!
/usr/local/bin/ksh: wow,: not found
$ so that, it's about time i was able to say this: it's a fallacy
/usr/local/bin/ksh: so: not found
$ stty cols 70
$ it's a fallacy
>  that the world turns to complete - that's completion - even
>  when you least expect it - maybe there's always a bracket
>  weighting in the wings?
>  or something that would slow down our increased march towards
>  death, whatever you might hvaen - nah - have in mind?
>  there's nothing to see here; go home!
/usr/local/bin/ksh: its a fallacy
that the world turns to complete - thats: not found
go home!: unknown command
Run 'go help' for usage.
$ i'll try to make this understandable, ok? what you begin with
is the left bracket, maybe { or [ or < or ( - any of these
things that imply an opening TO THE RIGHT & therefore
>  closure in some sort of unseen v^?
future?
>  with maybe no strings attached"
>  ?; even though this is nothing but th
text it's operative -
/usr/local/bin/ksh: ill try to make this understandable, ok?
what you begin with is the left bracket, maybe { or [ or < or (
- any of these things that imply an opening TO THE RIGHT &
therefore
closure in some sort of unseen future?
with maybe no strings attached"
?; even though this is nothing but  text its: not found
$ it's it's eliminate the apostrophic
/usr/local/bin/ksh: its its: not found
$ and as you notice here, collapses from 'it is' to a genitive -
/usr/local/bin/ksh: and: not found
$ a form of a w/hole in the text, something like that,
ungendered : but open to interpretation...
/usr/local/bin/ksh: a: not found
$ where a kind of completion lies, i.e.  in this world (numeric,
cauterized, contained):
/usr/local/bin/ksh: syntax error: `(' unexpected
$ and a world where addition lies quiescent...
/usr/local/bin/ksh: and: not found
$ bc for example
File for is unavailable.
$ which is unavailable unless raw at the cursor:
/usr/bin/at
$ be
/usr/local/bin/ksh: be: not found
$ bc
3+4 which ends there, already up the dead tree of escape
(standard_in) 2: syntax error
quit
$ what else? that there are no numbers here - that is, outlining
of commands, the comfort of return.
what: version - version 1.3
Usage: what [option] [user]
what......- display last message received from 'hey'.
what [user] - display messages from a specific user.
what -[num].. - display message 'num'-before last message.
what -l [num] - display last-'num' messages.
what -f [num] - display first-'num' messages.
what -a ... - display all messages.
$ in this dark world
/usr/local/bin/ksh: syntax error: `in' unexpected
$ in this energy displayed
/usr/local/bin/ksh: syntax error: `in' unexpected
$ and withdrawn
/usr/local/bin/ksh: and: not found
$ ...
/usr/local/bin/ksh: ...: not found
$ exit all users
$ users: not found



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