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Topic: Repetative Cycles
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Mike

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Registered: 12/20/08
Re: Repetative Cycles
Posted: Jan 9, 2013 5:55 PM
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On Jan 9, 10:32 am, Kevin <barry196...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Repetative cycles are not the thing that I personally have an issue
> with... John Nash is an example of someone who does not play well with
> others so who can turn the tables on him? He has to be on a team so
> what role objectifies him? What is or constitutes a progressive cycle
> with him? A linear progression implies a default regression. John Nash
> objectifies a default regression... The issue with me is that I don't
> convey gratitude for failure. Russia always wins because Russia never
> fails. What I need is to find the track that leads to a success
> progression... Two consecutive success progressions will put me on the
> track to success in life... That much is out of my hands... I have the
> precursurs to full blown ALS... The world's priority, apparently, is
> to instill full blown ALS in me on the next complete cycle of the
> world's repetative cycle. If that is the only thing the world wants to
> prove then all I can say is that I need money!! Give me some MONEY and
> we'll work on your issues at a later date... 'k?
>
> When it comes to pattern and structure then the pattern and structure
> suggests that all of the computing world's toolkits are stored in my
> brain... I cored the internet in 1995... It isn't like I wanted to
> core the internet in 1995... For whatever reason, the internet wants
> me to be in the loop. I am the recycle bin... I may not be the only
> recycle bin that you have but if you want to recycle anything that is
> grey, then you need my input.
>
> John Nash has a toolkit and that toolkit is 'the eternal hallway'...
> John Nash has to have a partner for the sake of the eternal hallway...
> A curtain must be constructed over the CERN complex for the sake of
> preserving John Nash's toolkit... Ya see, if it turns out that John
> Nash is simply too feeble to build anything with his toolkit, then I
> have to find a way to agree with him regarding CERN since, if the
> eternal hallway isn't his toolkit then it must be my toolkit by
> default.


And you can't use your toolkit?



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