Subject: Re: Cartons and crates of papers and booklets From: Captain Infinity Newsgroups: alt.recovery.clutter,alt.religion.kibology,alt.fan.tom-servo Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2000 Message-ID: <email@example.com> Once Upon A Time, In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> Don Saklad wrote *some* of these things: >I've been paring down 200 supermarket orange cartons and putting the pairs in groups of 3...so now I have 33.3 piles of >crates of papers and booklets. Some are stacked 7 cartons tall, which leaves an extra one for me to stand on to get >high. Leaf by leaf. Sheet by sheet. This takes too long. So I rented a small bulldozer for a week, but unfortunately >The task will not be completed in a week. I am trying to find my notebook from 10th grade Algebra class, to re-learn how to >pare down an algorithm for sorting, sifting and dusting flour on the breasts and thighs, before overcooking and >discarding. There are booklets, clippings, pamphlets, gum wrappers, used condoms, nose-goblin sculptures, banana peels, >leaflets, brochures, programs, coupon offers, unopened mail, x-ray specs, a green golfball, photos of the Olsen twins, bad clams, >other mail, letters from my family, letters from others and letters from myself. My articles have been rejected by "Hustler" and >more ephemeral publications. My birth certificate is in here written in invisible ink on Saran Wrap. My bronzed foreskin is here >somewhere, my passport and other important paperwork. An old "Clackers" toy, missing one ball. Hey, my stuffed Bunny! He's my best >friend and I have been making books titled Various... Misc... Other... and Etc.... I like to lift off the cartoons >from the eight and a half by eleven inch color papers with Silly Putty. Mixing blood, sand, and grease can also create some >interesting graphics. ** Captain Infinity ..."I think you should be inlawed before you go outsane." --Kibo
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