Re: [VOID] A Clockwork Rohit: and does this follow proc.moderation()?

Steve Nordquist (
Tue, 10 Mar 1998 00:34:44 -0600

Rohit Khare wrote:

> "Being the adventures of a young man whose principal interests are
> rape, ultra-violence, and Beethoven."

Isn't that just it? You need to kidnap an artist who will sing (illustrate)
the praisesof someone wielding a +3 Holy Laptop to get your Interrupt Service
load high enough.
People need to know you're made of small automata, when in fact this is less
Yo Yo Ma has been, maybe 4 years ago, briefly of course, but
that's not to say a Sitar, Lyr or Kuo't (...) hasn't been made for later

That would contrapose my habit of suddenly remembering C=64 SID songs in
mid-conversation. The song of the cosmos it is not! <-Yoditis? A' capella
was easier in those days, and FIR was an inescapable source of error, not a
profit model.
Fibonacci was a long word for a U.S. math department (v. Zorn, Abel, Mach,
Druck) and
big keyboards had 64 keys plus (exactly one) sustain. These models still
teach, forming
the Arhat 'always on.' Therapy & Modeling :: Data modeling & S4 conformability

requires distinct iterations. If people are trying to care what they think at
the same time,
will they make it?, probably so, since you were fingered for that big ball. Full Court
Press (Details, eh?)
and you weren't talking hardware, eh? Pure fortune!