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Aha, this solstice too has passed.  That is very good news!

Harumph.  Anxiety poisons well on home front.
Philistines reacting the only way they know. 
Muses scattered back from whence they came. 
Litter of rats beckoning through kitchen walls
And bathroom stalls.
Yet this remains a beautiful day, insane?
Repeating all that ever was so good before
Overcoming difference, like a shit-house runt.

Literate Chaotic / Re: ITT: Original Story Ideas
« on: December 21, 2015, 09:00:22 am »
Re-release of Ol’ Blue Eyes Is Back


I do not save.  I do not have mercy.  It will always be as it already was, the suffering of legend.

Discordian Recipes / Re: What Does Everyone Eat for Breakfast?
« on: December 18, 2015, 09:53:22 am »
If it's before 11am, warm milk may be added to coffee.  Took so long to appreciate the alchemy bringing forth that roasted barley flavor.

Discordian Recipes / Re: What Does Everyone Eat for Breakfast?
« on: December 17, 2015, 09:40:22 am »
Oh, and forget whole eggs (maybe whites???) in the morning.  They seem to make me groggy and tired.  Actually, strike most dairy, due to the gas.

Literate Chaotic / Re: ITT: Original Story Ideas
« on: December 17, 2015, 04:27:45 am »
Deep-penetrating electro-magnetic intra-cranial epi-excitation devices unveiled by Next pcs in proximate near-future of Earth's parallel timeline, separated only by simply a couple standard hoxel deviations.  It will replace what we once called a 'smart-phone'.  Electron pairing of the device with Tense and/or Single Seculars dating service then provided the blueprints for a holographic key that would unlock said persons time-line from within the quasi infinite threads being computed simultaneously by central quantum Tense/or servers.  The problem is anticipating the correct moment at which cranial stimulation must intersect and replicate transforms from simulated output.

A jitter develops as reproduced thoughts consume the present with interlaced scenes from the originally recent, or, less frequently, distant, yet equally present, past.  Users try to unplug, to insulate themselves from technologically mediated contact,  to stop being taken hostage by central-server's holographic simulacrum.  All in vain for it was already too late: cascading chain-reactions for reproduced versions of every possible relational event was experienced concurrently by all users in an infinitely deep sigh, echoing ever deeper into the degenerate, scalloping crevasses of their now permanently phosphorescent cranial cavities.

They awaken to realize that their free will have always remained untouched, and now, finally understood.

Discordian Recipes / Re: What Does Everyone Eat for Breakfast?
« on: December 16, 2015, 07:07:49 am »
Chocolates, or anything that can boost my levels.  Papaya, mango, pineapple and grapefruit also sounds good, though I may not quite make a habit of it yet, because I would need to consume it first, etc.

Literate Chaotic / Re: ITT: Original Story Ideas
« on: December 16, 2015, 01:44:19 am »
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It's entirely like this: how we misperceive the management.

Literate Chaotic / Re: ITT: Original Story Ideas
« on: December 05, 2015, 11:27:56 pm »
Somewhere in the world, there is a sunken city extending through various states of submersion.  Very remote and unvisited because the place is riddled by aeons of curses.  The latest, courtesy of more recent theaters, involves a wasteland of unexploded ordinance.  Rather high octane stuff in various states of deterioration with anything or nothing being liable to detonate them.  For example, imagine what a sub-aqueous mine field gets to look like after a while, once it's covered in barnacles and such. 

Anyway, our mission is to detonate the unexploded ordinance and explore the territory, underwater, overland, and kayaking through tropical (sub-tropical?) canals of ancient temples.  Without giving too much away, I'd say it'd make a decent mini-series, yet, heck, that's just my opinion.

Slept in today, woke up to a marvelous confusion and discombobulation of the senses: knocking stuff over on the way to the ablutionary, then somewhat missing my micturary bulls-eye, filling the bialetti pot with unground beans (lovely), and all this only to realize that the car is, still, in need of a jump, and, finally, I may not really care about missing the parade rehearsals.  Todays only going to get better.

I'm working away at the Matasano Crypto Challenges as I finish Chuck Easttom's "Modern Crypography" and work towards relevant math on Khan Academy. Once I refactor the code which cracks Vigenère ciphers (or similar), I'm starting to have the makings of a decent toolset for attacking encryption functions for security capture-the-flag competitions, which will be handy.

Some colleagues of mine and I have got one coming up at the end of next week which should be a good chance to test it.
Wow those look fun, I eventually hit a plateau in project Euler that I was unable to get any farther in them and wasn't enjoying them very much. Will have to give those a try out.
Enticing me too.  Have no time now...  Though what if I could best Alex's time? 
[^c^c^x^z - exiting now]

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