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KHftCEA 1997-09 September
KHftCEA 1997-09 September
dear r
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Catherine thought, perhaps if we travel together, I shall get to know them at last, for so far I have been all wrong, and they have turned out different to what I thought.  How is one to know what people are like? . . . Perhaps one can never know; perhaps people are uncapturable, and slip away like water from one's hand, changing all the time.
--Rose Macaulay, "Staying with Relations"
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living is absurdity. You can especially realise this right before drifting off to sleep.  Sleeping a third of your life away...
97-9-3
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wistful associations
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i'm getting vertigo at paul's wedding
97-9-7
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kirk's law:the grass was always greener yesterday
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"I come not to praise Orange Julius but to drink 'em"
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"a soup can filled with black power..."
          --typo by Brian Trosko
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with all the pedestrians, one way streets, and no left turns, new york city is like cambridge, but bigger and even smellier.  Similar freak quotient though.
97-9-13
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connecticut is useless on the trip from boston to nyc
97-9-14
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"I do have a cause though. It's obscenity.  I'm for it."
          --Tom Lehrer
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"I should not allow any child entrusted to my care to be adopted by a woman who has had an abortion or used contraception. Such a woman is incapable of love."
          --Mother Teresa
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I'm so unhappy with 'hardcore'(ish) software development.
97-9-16
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I wear my sunglasses at night / because I'm blind
          (failed song lyric)
97-9-16
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"it breaks the object model just as much as the bind does, but at least it screws things up efficiently"
          --John Lammers
97-9-17
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"Do you come here often? Do I?"
          --Alzheimer's pickup line
97-9-17
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Her eyes were cold and harsh, which made them tough to chew.
          --Roger Lee raj@netcom.com
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lo.jak claims that a 2 year old car is worth 3x as much for parts. If so there *has* to be a way of making money off that...
97-9-17
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"We will run amok together, and then, when we get tired, he will walk amok."
          --Jimmy Bond, Casino Royale
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well, the oil painting class is done- good to do it, better to be finished with it
97-9-19
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"If you think you are in love, go to the Greenhouse in Harvard Square. Order some fries to go.  They cost two dollars and five cents with tax and may be the best french fries in the world.  Tell the object of your affection that your religion prohibits you from sharing fries except with people who are in love with you.  If they cannot admit to being in love with you at least you still have the fries.  They are that good. These french fries can overcome heartbreak."    
97-9-19
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"let 'em all go to hell except cave 76"
          --Mel Brooks as the 2000 year old man
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Letting Charles read khftea... Just like I let Jen.  Is that smart?
97-9-22
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"The kiss originated when the first male reptile licked the first female reptile, implying in a subtle, complimentary way that she was as succulent as the small reptile he had for dinner the night before."
          --F. Scott Fitzgerald
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"True Love is just codependency with a better soundtrack"
          --Charles Peterman
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"If anyone disagrees with anything I say, I am quite prepared not only to retract it, but also to deny under oath that I ever said it."
          --T. Lehrer
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"We were once so close to heaven, Peter came out and gave us medals declaring us the nicest of the damned."
          --They Might Be Giants  
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I am so sick of Catalyst´┐Ż
97-9-25
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the mule will work patiently for you for ten years for the chance to kick you once.
          --William Faulkner
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I hereby promise myself that I will not be physically close again with R untill I know more about why we do and don't work. Not everything, but more.
97-9-25
(might not be useful or even relevant now, but hey)
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"I'm not against women.  Not often enough, anyway."
          --Groucho Marx(?)
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every first kiss feels like a miracle
97-9-29
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pilot flatlander v. Idoru Sandbender
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"Programming is a series of discoveries leading you from one plateau of understanding to another... The trick is not to step in the stuff between the plateaus."  
--20 Past Midnight.
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