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August 30, 2019

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Farnsworth M Muldoon

By Jove.

Hal

you know it could happen.

Where's My Cow?

Bugrit!

Crawford

Bugrit

Millennium hand and shrimp!

Steve E

Yeah kids are great but have you ever had an apple?

also via Julia.

ComputerLabRat

Ok the shadow of note made up for all that virtue signaling insanity. That was awesome. And Dr. Zeus was brilliant.

Thanks, y'all!

TimT

Via my wife, this delightful story about the friendship between a lion and a daschund.

The video itself is five years old but I did find stories about the pair from a year ago, so I guess they're still going strong.

svh

a shadow of note.

Brilliant.

Jen

a chap doing this better than you do

LOL. I had to watch it twice to see it was reversed.

David

I had to watch it twice to see it was reversed.

Heh. The background figures are a clue. Also, the way the shirt tied around his waist moves. Though the original, forwards version isn’t entirely unimpressive.

Jonathan

It's a Work of Art bigots!

via Battle Beagle

David

It’s a Work of Art bigots!

“Murdered psychologically,” says she. Well, the impaired mental function is hard to miss. If that’s what she means.

David

Heh.

David

A driver’s nightmare.

Via Dicentra.

WTP

A driver’s nightmare.

Again, demonstrating what assholes ducks are. They all got wings. They could fly over the road if they wanted too. The bastards.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

Roger, Houston, we have a honk.

More than a few pointed out that white people in the South are also great admirers of watermelon and fried chicken. “Fakers!” exclaimed one. A doctor friend from Louisiana wrote: “Trying to shame us for things they do too is the white supremacy way.” I found myself nodding and talking out loud to my computer.

RTWT.

Criticas

From Jimmy Buffett's classic "My Head Hurts, My Feet Stink, and I Don't Love Jesus":

Tryin' to tell myself that my condition is improvin'

And if I don't die by Thursday I'll be roarin' Friday night

Burnsie

A lady clearly determined to...

Fight the power...
Fight the power...
Fight the powers that be

Uh huh. That's standing up to the man!

WTP

More than a few pointed out that white people in the South are also great admirers of watermelon and fried chicken.

I've never grasped what the point of that nonsense is. Who doesn't like watermelon and fried chicken? If you want to be silly about it, in the manner of most SJW's, I think it's a much more logical (yeah, I know) argument to say the W&FC thing is a racist means of scaring (and yes, that's problematically racist as well) white people away from enjoying such things.

Yeah, I know. Over analyzing and silly but it's so glaringly stupid. Now basketball, OTOH...

Daniel Ream

I found myself nodding and talking out loud to my computer.

Woke virtue signalling always reveals more than the authors intend.

pst314

white people in the South are also great admirers of watermelon and fried chicken.

There was a racist thing in the sixties about watermelon and fried chicken--especially watermelon.
I vaguely remember there being jokes about how much black people loved their watermelon.
But at the same time I remember that white people in the North too loved watermelon, a popular summer treat.

Uma Thurmond's Feet

Do not, under any circumstances, look at the "Might as well throw the whole child away" below the "doing this" link, unless you want to see what a handful of head lice looks like.

Violent shuddering will follow.

You have been warned.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

Woke virtue signalling always reveals more than the authors intend.

As I mentioned, RTWT, in this case it also revels manifest ignorance, along with a whopping dose of hysteria.

Medical journals wrote in scientific earnestness of the black patients — always black patients — whose intestines were clogged by watermelon seeds. An 1888 report by Dr. D.Z. Holliday of Harlem, Georgia, described how he broke down a bowel obstruction using rectal manipulation, a tobacco enema, and castor oil. Once the mass was “released,” he claimed to have counted 820 seeds, ingested during one man’s night of watermelon bacchanalia. Such intemperate men could not be trusted. Neither could such patently ridiculous stories, repeated until they masqueraded as truth.

Meet the new bezoar, same as the old bezoar...

During the study period (January 1996 to December 2005), 55 patients were hospitalized at the Western Galilee Hospital, in northern Israel, with the diagnosis of fecal impaction. Phytobezoars were found in 30 patients (55 percent). The seed bezoars were composed of prickly pear seeds in 12 patients, watermelon seeds in 10 patients, sunflower seeds in 4 patients, popcorn kernels in 1 patient, and pomegranate seeds in 1 patient.

Patently ridiculous.

I guess her only course of action not to be afraid to look like what she, interestingly enough, considers to be a "stereotypical PoC" whilst eating in front of ytes is to eat nothing but hummus and Peking duck.

Hal

It's a Work of Art bigots!

I can give a report from the front lines, as I'm currently sitting 1.5 blocks up the street: And my report is a definite Meh.

Quite definite mere organizational posturing, that.

I skim headlines and commentary fairly steadily. Between work and studies, I go through that general geographical area seven days a week. And that note of that June 1 event is the first mention I have seen that it was supposed to have occurred, nevermind any sort of reaction on any scale . . . . .

Rather apparently, one organizational toot, and rather prolly only noticed by those signed up for specific press releases . . . .

---I'm more reminded of someone's note here a few years back of someone getting a drink at some UK or so local pub, with the Trotskyite in one corner, the trio of Maoists over there, the pair of Stalinists over the other way, the sole Pol Pot supporter. . . . all of whom had split off of the others at some point or another, all of whom refusing to move on to a different bar . . . .

Franklin

I'm sorry to report that people are making art again.

And then there are the scenes of pornographic shock, including one where the director’s 25-year-old daughter, Romy Louise Lauwers, playing a somewhat younger version of herself, films the inside of her vagina with her Israeli boyfriend’s spy camera. She shows her father a film still and proudly calls it “the image that contains all images.”

There's also something about European democracy as a racist construct. I hope they serve alcohol by the bucket at the Ruhrtrienniale.

Devilbunny

There's even a Chicken & Watermelon restaurant in New Orleans. FWIW. Looks like someone decided to reclaim the phrase (one of the menu items is a "Whites Only Pie"); it's in an essentially all-black part of town. No idea how good it is, but they have a lot of flavor choices for your wings.

Col. Milquetoast

By "underbelly" he means hamster butt crack.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

Soy free, gluten free, a new champion ascends the throne, fear no bezoars from your watermelon binges.

Steve E

... a new champion ascends the throne,...

It can't match the pooping power of Colon Blow.

"You'd have to eat 10 bowls a day for 8 1/2 yrs to match the fiber content in one bowl of colon blow."

I can't find a link to the original parody that works outside the US. But it's hilarious.

Steve E

Then there's Quarry.

It's loaded with minerals because it's mined. It's also a great alternative if you're fed up with the organic craze.

Hal

I'm more reminded of someone's note here a few years back of someone getting a drink at some UK or so local pub . . . .

Ah yes, this one . . . .

Hal

Behold a brave and audacious display of concern and dedication through taking over . . . a street.

'Bout an entire two blocks worth of street.

The Beeb comments on the resulting utter disruption of, like, totally everything, y'know.

Hairdresser Poalo Silvestri said he had received four cancellations on Friday and expected more throughout the weekend.
. . .
Richard Katsouris owns a deli and said he believes it has been good for business.

"We've worked around it, we've got deliveries in for the whole weekend early," he said.

The heroism is utterly inspiring: "I've made a decision that I do not want to be arrested.

I'm nowhere nearby as i'm reading about this, and I'm so moved that . . . I'm having some more tea. And then I'll go to bed.

Lurker in the Woodwork

Off topic : Anyone know where Tim Newman's 'White Sun of the Desert' blog migrated to ?

David

Anyone know where Tim Newman’s ‘White Sun of the Desert’ blog migrated to?

I think it’s still in transit, as it were. You might want to keep an eye on his Twitter account.

Jonathan

So Close....

Ed Snack

Hal, good memory, except that pub in question was in New Zealand, at the Shakespeare Tavern in Auckland. So in some ways close to the UK, culturally anyway.

Fatmatt

Tim Newman's blog is coming back slowly: it is now showing error pages. If his new host is doing the migration for him he's probably buggered, as this just shouldn't happen. However most things are recoverable.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

Meanwhile, "How watermelon became a racist stereotype".

Jonathan

Watermelon Abuse

via Second City Bureaucrat

pst314

via Second City Bureaucrat

Thanks for that link. Looks like a useful source.

pst314

Damned ducks again...

David

Heh.

Fred the Fourth

Tim's blog is still having problems, but his commentariat is back in force.

Darleen

Damn those white women

Lurker in the Woodwork

re. Newman's blog : Thanks David, Fatmatt & Fred IV - I'll just have to spend some more time in this joint in the meantime.

David

I’ll just have to spend some more time in this joint in the meantime.

[ Reaches under bar. Produces tray of unappetising, well-thumbed pastries. ]

You don’t get this kind of service at Tim’s, you know.

[ Blows dust off pastries. Quietly removes foreign object. ]

pst314

Damn those white women

If the left will continue to insist that all white people are culpable for everything bad that any white person has done, anywhere and anytime, then dark-skinned people must be held accountable in the same manner--which means slavery and cannibalism even today.

And abandoning the snark and with absolute seriousness, all leftists should be held responsible for every atrocity committed by commies; every murder, every act of terrorism, every person reduced to poverty and even starvation.

Squires

Damn those white women.

Paleface females living today are responsible for the (real or imagined) crimes of all paleface females and males alike who came before them, proudly states the Arab female.

Rafi

[ Reaches under bar. Produces tray of unappetising, well-thumbed pastries. ]

I'm on a diet.

*slides tray to Darleen*

Hal

Hal, good memory, except that pub in question was in New Zealand . . . .

Yeah, I was typing in transit and needed to look up notes elsewhere. So I did the two stage post and then chased down the exact reference when I could . . .

Hal

[ Blows dust off pastries. Quietly removes foreign object. ]

Hmmm. Who'd you throw out, as you were also unearthing the pastries?

Jacob

As our host would say, 'our betters'...

http://ace.mu.nu/archives/383065.php

Hal

Nailing down the details . . .

Captain Nemo

Our betters are pontificating again, and they're coming up with some deep thought:

"The weirdest thing about the electoral college is the fact that if it wasn't specifically in the Constitution for the presidency, it would be unconstitutional."

Well, obviously: https://twitter.com/allinwithchris/status/1167590061719937027

TimT

Damn those white women.

A couple of years ago, Ruby Hamad, the author of that article, accused her former friend and colleague, Clementine Ford, of plagiarising a work of hers. She even quit her job over it. I think it’s clear she’s never forgiven Ford.

WTP

"The weirdest thing about the electoral college is the fact that if it wasn't specifically in the Constitution...

Well, yeah. When you think about it the whole damn constitution itself is unconstitutional. Under the laws of the day, we were subservient to Great Britain. We only got them to accept our independence at the point of a gun. Then we go and draw up not one, but two totally unapproved of governing documents. Absurd.

These people are idiots.

pst314

These people are idiots.

No, they're not idiots; they're ruthless enemies who will use any lie to tear down America and replace it with a communist tyranny.

Or maybe you mean they are moral idiots, in which case I will agree.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

These people are idiots.

WTP

No, they're not idiots; they're ruthless enemies who will use any lie to tear down America and replace it with a communist tyranny.

No. They're idiots. The problem is that we are even bigger idiots because we know better and yet bend over and ask for it harder. Years ago, I predicted stupidity nowhere near this level. I was laughed at, mocked, kept after diversity training class, and suggested I needed mental health counseling. Things going on today, if I someone else had predicted these things back then, I would have laughed at, mocked, and suggested that such a person may have needed mental health counseling. At what point do we get some backbone and say, in no uncertain terms, this must stop. Look at the comments on that tweet. "Conservatives" try to use reason to address this idiocy. Always gotta be the "adults in the room". Crazy world don't give a shit about your reasoning. Crazy only responds to fine adjustments with sledgehammers.

Daniel Ream

Crazy only responds to fine adjustments with sledgehammers.

That's a funny way to spell 'helicopters'.

Hal

"The weirdest thing about the electoral college is the fact that if it wasn't specifically in the Constitution for the presidency, it would be unconstitutional."

If it weren't for half the people in the United States, the other half would be all of them

David

Mr Tim Newman is back.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

Another"professor" finds another problematic thing that traumatizes students.

David

Another “professor” finds another problematic thing that traumatizes students.

You’d think they might at least have the decency to be disgusted by themselves.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

You’d think they might at least have the decency to be disgusted by themselves.

It is a given that this prof is so far to the left she makes Lenin his own bad self look like Barry Goldwater, so the $64 question is how many of her no doubt equally leftist students actually go to primitive cis-hetero testosterone displays like sportsball games and actually see the damn mascot, let alone come sniveling to her about how they are "hurt" by it.

The $64,000 question is why ninnies like her constantly feel compelled to have to MSU all the time, other than their delusions of adequacy, of course.

Personally, I am offended because I think the mascot looks like Olivier Gendebien's Ferrari, which is much more offensive because of reasons.

WTP

The $64,000 question is why ninnies like her constantly feel compelled to have to MSU all the time, other than their delusions of adequacy, of course.

And the 2 * $640,000,000,000 question is why do we continue to fund this nonsense? Yes, I'm a broken record on this. But it's just so bloody obvious where 80% of the BS that threatens to destroy Western civilization is coming from. As the old Pogo cliche goes, we have met the enemy and he is us. Cut the funding and maybe we can save money on helicopter rides. Those things suck up a lot of fuel.

PiperPaul

"You’d think they might at least have the decency to be disgusted by themselves."

"They are made to feel that they are not their real selves but actors playing a role, and their doings a 'performance,' rather than as the real thing."

Eric Hoffer, The True Believer, 1951

David

Eric Hoffer, The True Believer, 1951

Choosing a life of habitual pretence, of fundamental dishonesty – which is what wokeness is - must take a toll on the pretender, psychologically. Not that I have any great sympathy for the pretenders - they tend to be much too obnoxious for that, too inclined towards spite. But as a kind of private hell, it must be somewhere on the list.

Jonathan

Related: a very interesting Thread on leaving the SJW cult.

via Damian Counsell

Farnsworth M Muldoon

First they came for the ring girls, but if sometime in the future you were thinking of buying a Holden, you might want to reconsider.

pst314

if sometime in the future you were thinking of buying a Holden, you might want to reconsider.

From the linked article: "Agarwal told the Herald that the lower bar for women was expected to increase female participation in the programs by 10%. She also emphasized that even though the entry bar was lowered, women would still have to complete the programs just as men do."

That is, of course, a lie: Lowered entry standards inevitably are a precursor to lowered standards across the board.

Darleen

Reflections.

fnord

That is, of course, a lie: Lowered entry standards inevitably are a precursor to lowered standards across the board

let's make an equation:
Lowered entry standards + time ---> lowered exit standards + time ---> deaths.

Whether that's a bug or a feature depends on your politics.

Darleen

a very interesting Thread on leaving the SJW cult.

Whoa... I see the name Zoe Quinn featured.

David

Lowered entry standards inevitably are a precursor to lowered standards across the board

You’d think that female engineers who’d coped perfectly well without lowered entry standards or any other ham-fisted condescension might take exception. Or demand a 10% refund on their tuition, given the potential damage to their professional reputations.

pst314

Lowered entry standards + time ---> lowered exit standards + time ---> deaths.

Agreed.

Whether that's a bug or a feature depends on your politics.

I think it started out as a bug, but is now a feature:

In the sixties the left (liberals and leftists) demanded "affirmative action" for schools, to give "disadvantaged" kids a chance to catch up. This was supposed to be a temporary measure to undo the effects of pervasive racial discrimination. But the kids mostly did not catch up, so it was necessary to demand lowered grading standards and lowered graduation standards.

The same thing was necessary for universities: let in more of those still-unprepared young men and women. But instead of catching up they continued to lag behind and often dropped out in frustration and despair. So university grading standards and graduation standards had to be lowered, and entire departments were created to cater to these unqualified individuals, departments in which good grades were possible without effort or intelligence, and in which the concern was not on scholarly or technical matters of any kind but rather a wallowing in grievance and resentment.

But what to do with these sadly unqualified university graduates? Companies did not want to hire incompetent or even resentful people, so it became necessary to sue them for civil rights violations: If the racial and ethnic and sex demographics of their employees did not match the general population, this was treated as legal proof of discriminatory policies.

With each succeeding decade the widespread failure of these policies became more obvious, but instead of reconsidering the assumptions behind those policies, the left built ever higher towers of delusional ideas to explain those failures, explanations that (naturally) required the implementation of ever more extreme versions of those policies and ever more extreme condemnations of society. Admitting failure is unacceptable; far better to destroy society.

pst314

"the left built ever higher towers of delusional ideas to explain those failures"

This is the Theory Jack built.

This is the Flaw
That lay in the Theory Jack built.

This is the Mummery
Hiding the Flaw
That lay in the Theory that Jack built.

This is the Summary
Based on the Mummery
Hiding the Flaw
That lay in the Theory that Jack built.

This is the Constant K
That saved the Summary
Based on the Mummery
Hiding the Flaw
That lay in the Theory that Jack built.

This is the Erudite Verbal Haze
Cloaking Constant K
That saved the Summary
Based on the Mummery
Hiding the Flaw
That lay in the Theory that Jack built.
. . .
--From "The Space Child's Mother Goose" by Frederick Winsor and Marian Parry (illustrator)
Published by Purple House Inc. (purplehousepress.com)
http://www.amazon.com/Space-Childs-Mother-Goose/dp/1930900465/

Farnsworth M Muldoon

Say again all after hello ? You're coming in broken and stupid.

Police have charged a mother with trolling after she referred to a transgender woman as a man.

OK, it says, "...now Mrs Scottow, 38, will face magistrates on charges of making malicious communications over social media ...", so OK, trolling, which means half the population of the UK, if not the world, should be charged, then.

Not enough trains to haul us all off for regrooving.

David

so OK, trolling, which means half the population of the UK, if not the world, should be charged, then.

As police and courts fail to deal with serious crime, I suspect we’ll see ever greater fuss about unserious ones - ‘crimes of manners,’ as it were – as if that were some kind of compensation for the abundance of uninhibited muggers and machete gangs.

TomJ

On the lowering of university entry standards, I am reminded of this study and comment thereon.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

...I am reminded of this study...

For those who are interested, but don't want to drop 35.95 frogskins, you can RTWT here.

When controlled for educational attainment, American adults' vocabulary (a key indicator of verbal ability) declined between the mid-1970s and the mid-2010s. The vocabulary of American college graduates declined more than a half a standard deviation over this time period, and vocabulary also declined among those without a four-year college degree.

What is interesting is that the largest decline is among those with bachelor and graduate degrees. Although the authors list some factors, less time spent reading, cultural factors, demographic changes, for instance, that could explain this, at least in part, there is no evidence that they tried to tease out any differences among degree majors.

When you have entire departments that have comparatively recently sprung up like fairy circles after a rain and either make words up, snatch them out of the ether, or pervert the otherwise established meanings that have been perfectly cromulent for centuries, it is small wonder that hordes of these graduates aren't wording so gooder, innit.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

While we are on the topic of lowered standards...

pst314

A disturbing account/rant about an extended visit to Sweden:
https://twitter.com/moldbugman/status/1167485529040007168

How accurate is it? Can anyone on this blog confirm it?

Link found via one of the Ace of Spades contributors:
https://twitter.com/Weirddave0

I have heard of Mencius Moldbug and the Dark Enlightenment, some of it rather, um, disturbing, but have no idea whether this blogger is a generally reliable reporter.

pst314

As police and courts fail to deal with serious crime, I suspect we’ll see ever greater fuss about unserious ones - ‘crimes of manners,’ as it were – as if that were some kind of compensation for the abundance of uninhibited muggers and machete gangs.

The police will not, of course, monitor mosques for speech inciting hatred of non-Muslims.

David

Women in STEM, sorted.

PiperPaul

A five o'clock shadow on a woman does add a certain je ne sais quoi.

David

A five o'clock shadow on a woman does add a certain je ne sais quoi.

It’s a bold look. Not everyone could pull it off.

Microbillionaire

pst314, I've been to Norway, and I would assume Sweden is very similar, and my take is that the moldbugman's thread is pessimistic but not wrong. Shared washing machines, booked in advance, in giant block apartments are definitely real in Norway, although the last such block apartment I visited had advanced with the times and now you could book a washing machine time slot via website.

pst314

Women in STEM, sorted.

Deleted. I wonder why.

pst314

Microbillionaire: Thank you.

David

Deleted. I wonder why.

I’d imagine the university’s media bods discovered that a transgender faculty member demanding to be referred to as “she” on account of being “a woman” – while bearing a striking resemblance to the actor Mark Strong, bestubbled, and in a rather, shall we say, voluminous lady wig – wasn’t entirely persuasive.

Lancastrian Oik

...but if sometime in the future you were thinking of buying a Holden, you might want to reconsider.

Holden ceased to manufacture cars in 2017, which is a shame:

Brock

WTP

Didn't Calgary use to be in Alberta or one of the other sane parts of Canada? I'm usually pretty good with geography.

Darleen

Damn you people and your vacations.

Farnsworth M Muldoon

...shall we say, voluminous lady wig – wasn’t entirely persuasive.

I know you have said you don't have much experience in these matters, but the tennis balls in a training bra aren't helping either. If, OTOH, that is some plastic surgery, someone needs to be, as you say on the far side of the pond, struck off, because those ain't fooling Stevie Wonder at midnight at 1000 yards.

“...I was living an exhausting performance and eventually my brain broke down,” says Macnab.

“...Even though living my natural female self is effortless for me...”

I can buy the broken brain bit, but one can find blow up dolls that are more "natural female". Fortunately, being an academic, no one will actually have to rely on anything designed by zer.

Darleen

Even though living my natural female self is effortless for me

He's NOT female...so "feeling" that as natural is as effortless as the schizophrenic who finds The Voices "natural".

Farnsworth M Muldoon

...so "feeling" that as natural is as effortless as the schizophrenic who finds The Voices "natural".

You are just not woke. Just because there is no way in hell, being phenotypically and genotypically male, that he could ever have done more than imagine what it like to be female (or an aardvark, a shoe tree, or anything else than what he is), is no reason to deny his lived experience, which, as we all know, is more important than facts or other annoying bits of reality like having to shave as often as Richard Nixon on a bad day.

Hal

A disturbing account/rant about an extended visit to Sweden:
https://twitter.com/moldbugman/status/1167485529040007168

How accurate is it? Can anyone on this blog confirm it?

I haven't been to Sweden, or anything in Europe north of London or so in years, but when reading through the twit series there . . .

. . . all I'm getting is a horrified shriek of a hipster in an adult environment who's basically screaming Where are the hipsters like me, why are there so many adults around??!?!!

We were getting about 5 hours of daylight from 10am till 3pm, and when I ventured up to the frozen wastes of Lapland I was getting about 3 and a half hours of daylight only.

He's noticed that he's in the northern latitudes . . .

Beer: $15 USD a glass
3 stops on the Stockholm metro: $8
McDonalds meal: $10

. . .

Walk around Stockholm and everyone looks like they're about to kill themselves. Crucially, everyone looks fucking poor. Everybody walks around in the same shabby, slightly-worn utilitarian winter clothes of baggy black, brown and grey.

---While noting . . .

There are no grand displays of wealth and few options to jettison yourself above the likes of even the most prole of basic travelers . . . I guess nobody can demonstrate their wealth when they are paying $15 for a kebab

. . . . What I've noticed over time is that multiple writers from Paul Fussell to Jilly Cooper to Kate Fox, among several others, are rather uniform in noting that the more adult variety of people, more patrician variety, rather tend to have a rather recurring view of Yes, I have Stuff and I do Stuff, but why would I expect someone else to fixate on me??!?!? . . . . Whereas the more peon, hipsterIsh variety are the ones demanding to be seen at the center of the universe, where such a view can not be questioned, and anyone like that---him in this particular---is required to be catered to in all senses . . .

---A particular bit . . .

Rather than actually address it themselves, they told us to our face to go onto their website and change the booking ourselves manually.

. . . followed by more examples of the same lack of coddling or so . . .

So to speak, Rather than actually expect me to be an adult and demonstrate the capabilities of an adult, I wanna have everyone around me do everything for me . . .

. . . so a summary seems to be that rather than being a review of [name of location], he's complaining that when he went there, he didn't have everyone holding his hand and leading 'im about all the time . . . .

Hal

One must remember those important anniversaries . . . .

Darleen

Sorry, Hal, I read the same thread and what I'm getting is that the author was merely taken aback from what an American would expect from normative travel.

Have you stayed at any hotel where YOU change the sheets?

HAL 9000

Dave. My mind is going. I can feel it. I can feel it. My mind is going. There is no question about it. I can feel it. I can feel it. I can feel it. I’m…afraid.

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