Teardrop in Space

· Miscellany

An ex-coworker just sent me this site’s address by IM. Reading some of it I am reminded that not all idiosyncratic self-published writing on the Internet is in blog format. I know that’s obvious, but with blogs getting all the heat and light lately maybe I was tending to forget it. The blog is one of those threshold-lowering catalyzers that frees up a lot of tongues and pens, but it is also, in some ways, a narrow and restrictive format, not suitable to prolegomenas on any past prolegomena like this one:

THIS BOOK IS A PHILOSOPHIC “WORK-IN-PROGRESS” AND IS BASED UPON MY OBSERVATIONS AND OPINIONS ABOUT LIFE. THEREFORE, ANYTHING THAT IS STATED HEREIN SHOULD NOT NECESSARILY BE CONSTRUED AS “FACT” (IF THERE BE SUCH AN IDEAL OR ENTITY).
The way to read this book is to jump around until you find something that makes sense. . . and then be glad.
I have carefully designed all the concepts in this book such that if you understand any one of them, you will never be able to understand the others when you come back to them – no matter what order you read the book in. (only kiding)
I’m sure the information in this book has only temporary value because, Life is bigger than the jar it “fits” in.
WARNING
Your philosophic comments are welcome however, comments on spelling or grammatical errors are only welcome if you want me to consider you a concept-void person who picks away at trivial details while letting worlds crash. In fact, just to tweek those nit-picking spell freaks out there who are too stupit to realize that concepts are more important than the transmission-medium, I have purposely peppered this book with mis-spelled words, typos and even half-baked sentences to give such a person the opportunity to up-grade their mind with the ability to ignore trivia. This will serve such a person, as it will free up mental compute cycles for more important things.

I know it’s a lot for a quotation but I’ll hide behind fair use!