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A slow-moving parody of a text editor.
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Emersons' Law of Contrariness:
Our chief want in life is somebody who shall make us do
what we can. Having found them, we shall then hate them
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Encyclopedia for sale by father.
Son knows everything.
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Invite them all in. Nip out the back door. Phone the police
and tell them your house is being burgled.
-- Mike Harding, "The Armchair Anarchist's Almanac"
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Endless Loop: n. see Loop, Endless.
Loop, Endless: n. see Endless Loop.
-- Random Shack Data Processing Dictionary
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Endless the world's turn, endless the sun's spinning
Endless the quest;
I turn again, back to my own beginning,
And here, find rest.
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Enemy -- SP (Suppressive Person) Order. Fair Game. May be deprived of
property or injured by any means by any Scientologist without any discipline
of the Scientologist. May be tricked, sued or lied to or destroyed.
-- L. Ron Hubbard, "Fair Game Doctrine"
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Engineering: "How will this work?"
Science: "Why will this work?"
Management: "When will this work?"
Liberal Arts: "Do you want fries with that?"
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English literature's performing flea.
-- Sean O'Casey on P.G. Wodehouse
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1. The physical manifestation of human memory -- "the engram."
2. A particular memory in physical form. [Usage note: this term is no longer
in common use. Prior to Wilson and Magruder's historic discovery, the nature
of the engram was a topic of intense speculation among neuroscientists,
psychologists, and even computer scientists. In 1994 Professors M. R. Wilson
and W. V. Magruder, both of Mount St. Coax University in Palo Alto, proved
conclusively that the mammalian brain is hardwired to interpret a set of
thirty seven genetically transmitted cooperating TECO macros. Human memory
was shown to reside in 1 million Q-registers as Huffman coded uppercase-only
ASCII strings. Interest in the engram has declined substantially since that
-- New Century Unabridged English Dictionary,
3rd edition, 2007 A.D.