Date: Fri Oct 13 2000 - 17:31:05 PDT
On Fri, 13 Oct 2000, Bill Humphries wrote:
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> > For real. The first time I saw that attourney, I thought someone dosed
> > me. I had to do a quadruple-take before I figured out what was going on.
> > I like it almost as much as the Novell commercial with the fish. I can
> > see another TV murder in my near future.
> My favorite one is the 'male thought' version of the National Anthem. The
> uberpatriots could complain, but they might even get the joke.
Is that a commercial or something else? URL?
> You touched a raw nerve with the visualizing a peopleless planet thing.
Indeed I did. It's always fun to touch raw nerves. Bring on all the guns
in the world, and all the logic you want, and I'll still be happy about
the thought of the extinction of the human race. I can do this. My
thoughts and dreams are my own, and I like them, as they morph and as they
strengthen, and even as they self-destruct. In any case, I'll be sure to
write this into the next piece I write for a class. I like a bit of
steam face to face, as well as on a maillist. (:
> The ironic thing is that Capital would never let such a thing happen, given
> it's hard to turn a profit when everyone (instead of just the poor) are
> And no, it's not ringing endorsement of Capital. Just an aberration that the
> doesn't factor in the value of eternity with the everVirginalGirlChicks of
Yes, what an aberration. (: Anyhow, who's Capital, and is he going to
reverse all the damage we've already done to our water supply, or will he
help "fix" all the kids who are running around thinking shooting people is
cool because their parents are mostly absent from their lives? Etc?
> Related note is that I'm reading a novel about wild machine intelligences
> out to
> exterminate humanity. Interesting thing is that it takes place in the 15th
Hm, what is the name of it? I was just talking to someone about the same
book not long ago, I think.
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