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Topic: Kurt Vonnegut's Cat's Cradle: The little man in the elevator Yes Yes who lost it. Then why do they call it research. Kurt Vonnegut's
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Bob L Petersen

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Kurt Vonnegut's Cat's Cradle: The little man in the elevator Yes Yes who lost it. Then why do they call it research. Kurt Vonnegut's
Posted: Sep 24, 2003 6:55 PM
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Kurt Vonnegut's Cat's Cradle: The little man in the elevator Yes Yes
who lost it. Then why do they call it research. Lost or thought or not
enough belief that anything would happen to even bother to write it
down. One must be aware that others have thought something either part
or even all of an idea.

The funniest complyments ever paid to me was when I was posing
questions as kind of riddles, to see if the Professors new what I
might be thinking. I figured the use of a kind of a riddles might
cause smiles.

No bodies face is that blank though with more than one caddle burning
upstairs.

A enraged Graduate Student came up to me afterwards and said.

"What makes me mad is, I can not tell if your smart or you just think
that way."

This would have to qualify as a intellectually blind rage. Not enough
to harm any one but showing signs of an I.Q. lowering. He had studied
hard and had no idea how much thought I had put to that subject and
rage for that matter.

http://www.angelfire.com/space/where-i-want-to-be/index.html

Space is where I want to be


Bob L. Petersen

Who May Have Planned To Go Into Space? American Rocket British Interplanetary Society
http://www.angelfire.com/space/where-i-want-to-be/rocket_interplanetary_society.html



Who else could be thinking of going into space?
Carl Sagan Verner Braun Gerald ONeal

http://www.angelfire.com/space/where-i-want-to-be/sagan_braun.html

Others who might be thinking of going into space?

The Long Shots At Going Into Space? George W. Lucas Gene Roddenbury

http://www.angelfire.com/space/where-i-want-to-be/lucas_roddenberry.html

Bob Petersen


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