RE: virus: The Virus Homepage stuff

Dave Pape (
Sun, 9 Feb 1997 21:20:08 GMT

At 23:02 08/02/97 -0800, Lior wrote:
>On day 64, Jar 148 output was:

>>Furthermore, I don't think Richard himself "processes at level 3" for a very
>>high percentage of the time. His postings sometimes mention words like
>>"absolutely", and make flat statements about things, rather than saying that
>>they are memes which at that time are dominant over their competitors in his
>>memetic ecology.
>According to which Dr. Niwinski suggested the extraordinary hypothesis:
>Dr. Plante, 148 starts thinking!
>I'm afraid I could not accept this sweeping extrapolation of yours, Dr.
>Niwinski. 148's output could be initiated in the most basic associative
>reflexes, and does *not* require full-scale thinking. Any typical
>molluscoid could identify the defective logic of jar 3 (a.k.a. R.
>Brodie). 148's deficient long-term memory (which caused the reported
>omission of KMO on day 63) also points to the direction that 148 is
>still dumb.

Diss! Diss! You dissed me! Spam war! Spam war!

>And since D.R. Plante's mind was sadistically stupefied to kisses&smiles
>mode, your application is futile...

It's a diss! Spam war! Spam war!

>PS: Ouch! I believe I've stepped too many foots this time ;)

You, Lior Golgher, cannot step on my foot, for I am a diembodied brain in
jar 148. What you have effectively done, though, is to SHATTER that jar, and
STAMP REPEATEDLY ON MY BRAIN ITSELF, until it looks like an eighteen inch
Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles TV tie-in pizza. Thanks, like a whole big bunch,
I don't think ;>

And that wasn't a smiley, either. it was a semi-colon and a fcken GREATER
THAN sign.

Dave Pape
If you mapped memespace onto a 2D plane, then made a 3-D graph with
Activation Level as the vertical axis, and animated shots of the graph over
time, it'd look like the progress of some crazy Hokusai ocean.

Phonecalls: 01494 461648 Phights: 10 Riverswood Gardens
High Wycombe
HP11 1HN