Subject: (More&More) Coooool sounds from 'The trash is out there!
From: sylvi macCormac (macCormac@shaw.ca)
Date: Tue Aug 02 2005 - 09:07:14 EDT
if Mr Nowak who called Shane 'an inflammatory brat ' and told him to
'please shut up' ?
if iPODs are th children of PODX then Elmo is Grover's Love Child ;-) LOL
talk aboot a civil dis course :-> Ho Ho (cantonese for very very good)
btw congrats and good good luck with creating and maintaining a
NOwak and Torrie and RrrrMutt (canada.calm) looks good in those 'see
through' clothes they stepped into ...
ps thank you bill & others for you erudite or was that airy-u-dite post
about art and subjectivity, and then there is reality TV ;-)
sylvi macCormac wrote:
> you got to be serious ? ;-)
> Kevin Austin wrote:
> > Yes.
> > Right.
> > Stop it right here.
> > This email is a sham.
> > No one is writing anything whatsoever.
> > There is no original. These are not letters and words, but simply
> > quanta of light striking your retina, or with a reader, sound to your
> > ear!
> > Mr / Ms / Mrs / Prof / Dr R Mutt provides a 'non-de-plume' and an
> > address, <firstname.lastname@example.org>, which indicates their true
> > place of origin ... "Saturn". !! (Some people thought Uranus, but
> > that is below contempt!)
> > Earthlings having discovered the true presence of alien life beyond
> > the moon, have decoded their messages, and now one (?) of the
> > advanced guard <R Mutt> wishes to nay-say the presence of a superior
> > intelligence.
> > A good move Dr Mutt, or may I call you 'R' (as you are not one, but
> > many, and it would be incorrect to say "Is you here", but rather "R U
> > Hear Mutt?") but we've blown your cover.
> > Ha, caught in the nick of time, just before eight o'clock! (see link
> > below ... or rather, hear a sonic decoding of the 1's and 0's that
> > the ear may perceive as "sound").
> > It is clear that you have not been around ea long enough to know that
> > on this list, along with the definition of ea, a discussion of the
> > concept of "hear" (as a transitive verb) is clearly (as they say),
> > "from outer space".
> > What better way for the invasion of earth to take place than for the
> > 'alien' in our midst to attack the personalities of those who have
> > found out the truth. This is a well-known method used by the White
> > House and fundamentalist right (or left!) to misdirect the public's
> > attention from the issue at hand -- the Alien Invasion of the Planet
> > earth.
> > Ah-ha! the undrinkability of water. I read about this misconception
> > in the fifth volume of the Hitchhikers Guide Trilogy, and have
> > decoded the words "Garbled, distorted, data", and, "contemplating a
> > glass of water", and using my magic spiral decoder (which will be
> > poo-poo'ed no doubt), have determined that the sum (and
> > cross-relation) of the letters in each phrase is .... "42".
> > Now we know what time it is, "eight o'clock".
> > http://nylon.net/goons/eight-o%27clock.mp3
> > eh?
> > Best
> > Kevin
> > At 17:03 -0700 2005/07/30, email@example.com wrote:
> > >Yes right. 'Hear' is the important word. No one is hearing anything
> > >of whatever the original data might have been before it got
> > >converted, so stop it with the 'its from Saturn' crap. Its from a
> > >lab on earth, and
> > >its a sham, and a bad one at that, and the 'cool' and 'beautiful'
> > >people who apparently have only three adjectives in their vocabulary
> > >(between them) are duping others into thinking this space junk is
> > >actually worth a listen. Its data. Garbled, distorted, data. If
> > >you think its worth something, then try contemplating a glass of
> > >water until the bio-matter inside makes it undrinkable.
> > >
> > >R. Mutt
> > >
> > >
> > >On Sun, 31 Jul 2005 02:36:34 +1000, "miriam clinton
> > >(iriXx)" wrote:
> > >
> > >>
> > >> whats more - what could be cooler than being able to
> > >> /hear/ something
> > >> that is intangible as well as being from the visual
> > >> spectrum?
> > >>
> > >> Jean-Marc Pelletier wrote:
> > >>
> > >> > They're beautiful, surprising sounds created by
> > >> auroras that are more
> > > > > interesting by themselves than most ea out there.
> > >How can this _not_ be cool.
> > > > > Jean-Marc
> > > > > firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > >> >
> > >> >> Would you care to explain why you think this is so
> > >> >> cool? I must be missing something.
> > >> >>
> > >> >> TC
> > > > >>
> > > > >> On Tue, 26 Jul 2005 12:34:20 +0900, Jean-Marc
> > >> Pelletier
> > > > >> wrote:
> > > > >>> This was also referenced on /.
> > > > >>>
> > >http://image.gsfc.nasa.gov/poetry/sounds/sounds.html
> > >> >>>
> > > > >>> Very, very cool.
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