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  1. Happy Birthday!

  2. https://arstechnica.com/science/2018/05/i-watched-an-entire-flat-earth-convention-for-my-research-heres-what-i-learned/ This article is fun, depressing, and a lot like the US House’s hearings on global warming.
  3. This beautiful description brings to mind Timothy Leary, “Turn on, tune in, drop out!” He encouraged us to experiment with Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds and see what Kohl is seeing now. How wonderful that only a puff or two of weed sufficed. A poet’s view probably helps. I might be lolling and looking, saying to myself, “Well, that seam is a mess.”
  4. Speaking only for myself, there is definitely a connection, but I see evidence that Kohl doesn’t yet understand Gordon. Or that understanding has formed deep inside but hasn’t yet surfaced. And Kohl’s under more than usual stress. So I read his characterization of his need with a bit of suspicion. Need more! When (if) they rejoin, we’ll see what’s what. EDIT: Or maybe this understanding is welling up just now! We don’t know yet. Kohl is both a person and a frame for satire, and many a hasty conclusion has bit the dust already.
  5. "Shared assumptions about understanding and describing the world through data-driven inquiry are under assault,” a very Mojo message, succinctly delivered by Thomas Rosenbaum, president of Caltech, in an email today. Growing up in a bubble of reason, I assumed these assumptions be widely and firmly shared, so the recent assault confused me. I’ve since concluded that these assumptions were firmly accepted by a minority and flimsily accepted by a majority, while another minority fumed in silence.
  6. Agreed. He seems to pine for a closeness that they might have had. If they get back together, we’ll have to see how this plays out, but at least there’s hope that he’s not, as Parker fears, simply growing accustomed to his condition.
  7. Great verbs! A herioc quest for an erection! Move over, Homer!
  8. And Gordon has annoyed a third, with his banana peels, nail clippings, and egg shells at sea. I wonder if Kohl is saddled with this as well.
  9. Oh. So during Cyrus’s reign, it’s possible that the anguiped moved from Persia to India, where forms of it now survive in Hinduism; meanwhile Iran has moved on. And Buddhism that started in India spread to East Asian countries, while it was supplanted by Hinduism in India.
  10. I think it speaks to needing a sweater. Maybe I’m an unadmitted Gnostic.
  11. Oh, OK. I’m confusing Gnostics with Abracans.
  12. Yeah! I don’t see why a Cock God is any sillier than a flying dick. I still say the magicians and ventriloquists are getting a bum wrap.
  13. From Mojo 19 (GA 20), Kohl says or, in less belligerent terms, all religions deserve equal respect. But later in this chapter, he says And why not? Looking past the still-limp dick, I see a useless blindfold, pencil-thin mustaches, creaky marionettes, chickens, wand envy, and on and on. And while the Priapus group seems to have plenty of youthful followers, the aging Abraca group grows mainly by birth and marriage, a fate shared by many religious groups. But this comparison is mostly a matter of presentation. I accused AC of bias, and if I recall correctly, he repl
  14. I mean GGtG and the Abraca crowd. Yes, very stylish at the end.
  15. I giggle at this vision, and especially how it contrasts with the elegant puppet in the Happening.
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