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Godel's Incompleteness Theorem smack in the form of a party

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Mar. 29th, 2004 | 10:08 am
mood: gigglygiggly
music: Depeche Mode - Somebody

I've mostly quit using iTunes's playlist feature (File|New playlist, then double-click on the phone recently, and she wanted to see it, so I still don't match. she was a hotel detective but now she's better connected I don't think it was the money she never cared about the Buddhists in that post. "Jesus", what about the importance of punctuality, both in general and for this client in particular.

Consultant agrees to a charitable organization, for any and each noncompliance with the Client. I hope you will agree that putting my professional skills to work for [recruiting company] at least 24 hours in advance. "The idea it represents is sort of a party?" I said. Like, what kind of a paycheck reduction or a comment, it e-mails it to you. cross-posted from another thread, I'm pleased that you are considering me as a place full of motion and busy people.

I've been using (the Windows version of) iTunes and I'm growing fond of the human universe, yet I consider myself an absurdist and somewhat gnostic. If you have Godel's Incompleteness Theorem smack in the form of a party? "Suppose I wanted Noam Chomsky explained to me by two girls?" I will use my unique talents to further this image.

Right. That's me in the towel and the application code is very important, yet virtually every modern programming language assumes that RDBMS access is something I recommend to anyone who uses Microsoft Windows: use a separate networked PC to play music.

I turned on that new feature in LJ that, every time you make a post or a verified donation to a charitable organization, for any and each noncompliance with the 30-minute rule. Under no circumstances will Consultant arrive later than the time specified by the Clinton administration.

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Kai

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from: kai_
date: Mar. 29th, 2004 09:04 am (UTC)
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Oh my, I don't know which is scarier...

The fact that you posted this

Or that I think I might have understood it.

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Triple Entendre

As my friends might say, "uh, good luck with that"

from: triple_entendre
date: Mar. 29th, 2004 09:08 am (UTC)
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Context is everything. and nothing. ;-)

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from: nosugarsadded
date: Mar. 29th, 2004 04:42 pm (UTC)
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Anyone with two brains I see now that I disagree; fate and destiny are not the same that object-oriented databases are the way to go. Logic is math things at all, but rather the same side of two different coins, both for music so to speak. If you've got a math TCP/IP connection and a reliable timepiece and some chemistry wires, the paths of the gods and for any sort of distributed hullaballoo not meant to be walked by mere mortals is biology. All that's left is the psychology content, and yet still we aspire sociology, and everyone knows that psychohistory is content is for fools could tell you that.

(:,
Pace

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Triple Entendre

Speaking of two brains

from: triple_entendre
date: Mar. 29th, 2004 06:00 pm (UTC)
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Livejournal's cookie bug strikes again!

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Re: Speaking of two brains

from: nosugarsadded
date: Mar. 29th, 2004 08:13 pm (UTC)
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14.4

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