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Topic: Profiles In Pain (The Four Player Game)
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Kevin

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Profiles In Pain (The Four Player Game)
Posted: Dec 12, 2012 3:01 PM
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Should I really be the co-author of the 'Four Player Game' given that
John Nash and I have nothing in common?... If John Nash can spin me
into the center of Stephan Hawking's brain then what happens if
Stephan Hawking spins me into the center of John Nash's brain? John
Nash is an unpleasant man... He is addicted to the pain of 'The
Hook'... John Nash has been objectified as having pain that is real
while I am objectified as having pain that I don't actually have. John
Nash slows things down for the sake of politics... It is fine with
Nash if I pick John McCain as the one who benefits from the two player
game and while I understand the imperative of having objectifications
of the two, three, and four player games... I don't really see the
altruistic reasons for me to care anymore about co-authorship of the
four player game... I don't really find it interesting or constructive
to know about the pain that other people have that I didn't know about
previously... Uh... What I've learned from John Nash is that he is in
too much pain to give me a letter of introduction, so what do I owe
either John Nash or 'Game Theory' for only having to look forward to
the awkwardness of introducing myself... John McCain is a person I
trust and he should have reason to trust me but John Nash is an
intolerable trial of my patience... Marilyn vos Savant wount give me a
letter of introduction because she is objectified as having a lower IQ
than mine... I suppose I should digress over Aust... She is a
disappointment to me... Sure, she is smart given that she stayed at
the same small music college for thirty years as head of the Math
Department (given the primary reason being that she had me as a
student) but... all she does at this point is to magnify John Nash's
pain for me to empathize with his pain... which obviously is the last
thing I need to be doing. (It's bad enough that 'The Virgin Mary' is
objectified as having a place in academe without having 'The Virgin
Mary's' overlord ping me into that place of irony overload by claiming
I'm unkind to her... I'm the nicest person 'The Virgin Mary' ever
met... I don't know how not to be proud of how tolerant I am of her.)



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