Your usage of “PROPER isomorphism” to endeavor a sense of mathematical mapping between two totally ill-defined and disparate things seems to me stultifying.
Xah Lee, 2000-07-24. farcical criticism on Kent Pitman's writings in comp.lang.lisp.
there's this stupid TV drama called The Sentinel, basically a cop with supernatural senses trying to do pop justice, assinine drama of American sensationalism type.
not opportune, bad time
a roster of FBI wanted
newsgroups are full of officious advertisers and advisers
The aristocrat has to persuade himself that the slave or proletarian or colored man is of inferior clay, and that his suffering do not matter.
Bertrand Russell in What I Believe
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from a tech documentation.
This book is being published in a tumuluous time…
from the preface of Applied Cryptography by Bruce Schneier.
…except the dearth of people who understand mathematics.
It is amusing to hear the modern Christian telling you how mild and rationalistic Christianity really is and ignoring the fact that all its mildness and rationalism is due to the teaching of men who in their own day were persecuted by all orthodox Christians. Nobody nowadays believes that the world was created in 4004 b.c.; but not so very long ago skepticism on this point was thought an abominable crime. My great-great-grandfather, after observing the depth of the lava on the slopes of Etna, came to the conclusion that the world must be older than the orthodox supposed and published this opinion in a book. For this offense he was cut by the county and ostracized from society.
Despite its techno-talk, Star Trek and The Next Generation were, at bottom, shows about the nature and meaning of being human. The endless parade of evil aliens and perverted civilizations — from the bellicose Klingons to the pernicious Borg, with their hivelike collective consciousness — was always contrasted to the civilized humans on board the Enterprise. The most popular characters were the nonhuman ones — Spock, the “logical” Vulcan, and Data, the soulless android — precisely because they were constantly being confronted with the human qualities they lacked: the emotions they either scorned (in Spock's case) or craved (in Data's).
…Then I stopped by the house where my grandmother spent most of her time assiduously trying to spend those millions [dollars].
That's why I read this book three times. I learned something new on every page and unlearned at least one misunderstanding in every chapter. I saw the gestalt between seemingly dissimilar things like modems and radio stations. The breadth and depth of the book yielded fresh fruit on every reading. (a book review)
Definition for ‘Echo’ (Greek Mythology): A nymph whose unrequited love for Narcissus caused her to pine away until nothing but her voice remained.
The WTR's Carlo was among the most vocal public health advocates at the colloquium. (on health effects of using cell phone)
Some years ago, following a debilitating illness, I started to fill the seemingly limitless days of convalescence by expanding my programming skills.
…after his compositions were adjudged underwhelming,…