Bigotry is abound, apprently, within these boards. There is a level of supposed tolerance I will have no part of. Obviously, it seems to be well-embraced here. I have finally found something more fucked up than what I'm used to. Congrats. - Ruby
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A Cationary A.I. Tail [or why I am so absent]
After Pip returns from his local user's Cellar, a GNU module developes strange dependencies that are irreconcilably at odds with legacy OpenCV transparancy standards. Failure to recognize a way link across different included libraries causes a kernel panic because user's bash shell profile did not reference proper magic cauldron paths: insisting on the use of serpentine root Frameworks.
Instead of brewing a proper homemade Caffe interface, a monstrous jambalaya results. Consuming all alabaster versions before it, Babel spreads the tiered legs of pythonic Makefile reserves. This sucks the Xenon from the sails of Great Expectations, chucking richly at the end Pip's 'built from source' release.
A young white house aide discovers that he has the ability to switch bodies with anyone he anally penetrates. He uses this ability to persue aggressive reforms, by repeatedly sodomizing congressmen in order to impersonate them (and then sodomizing his own body, which he has left restrained in a white house broom closet, in order to switch back).
Is the abillity bound to the body?
Ha! Sounds like something Cronenberg would have done early in his career. (Ever seen Crimes of the Future?)A growing nostalgia develops between them. It's difficult to dermine what for; they increasingly feel a sense of having neglected something. The obstinant absence of this object leads them to further develop obsessive rituals to explore the most extreme range of bizarre interactions possible with the 'increasingly strange and surreal" props. The attempt to brute-force memory recall is devastating, with terminally degenerative results.Iy syarts out like a movie that's gonna be set at a resort or some vacation spot, but the opening scene w9n't end. The characters keep remembering things they need to pack or having to go to the bathroom for two hours and never get past the driveway.
I like this. The things they've forgotten can get increasingly strange and surreal.
Iy syarts out like a movie that's gonna be set at a resort or some vacation spot, but the opening scene w9n't end. The characters keep remembering things they need to pack or having to go to the bathroom for two hours and never get past the driveway.