the struggle to find happiness in a system where there isn't a great deal to be happy about
Am I a horrible person if I admit my brain doesn't do abstract? I need concrete examples to solidify any theory to which I'm exposed. Hence, this dude's blog just throws me for a loop...
no i think that's the point kate. it's nuts. a stream of consciousness. at least he updates it.
I think it's related to gambling - if you search on Google for osteoclasis cryptography (don't ask), you'll get some similar sites, all connected with gambling. I did, at one stage, try to work out the pattern of these sites (I like patterns, and (strangely) I don't get out much), but had to give it up as a bad job and get on with studying...Oh, to have my life back...
i did wonder... especially with the multiple references to poker websites.how does it work? i am intrigued. but i do find reading it a pretty trippy experience.
The way certain bizarre words crop up again and again, whatever the gambling site, IS interesting.Again, the sentence structure often seems similar, but Mr Massage's blog goes against the prevalent style, with a more Joycean feel to it.I wonder if the odd words relate specifically to cards, (e.g. osteoclasis = jack of clubs, or whatever) and it's one of those 'make it up into a story in order to remember it' things (although not much of a story on any of the sites, so this is a rubbish idea).OR, more likely (?), if the odd words relate specifically to cards but it's a means of getting coded information to other players?or not.
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