Subject: MAX Digest - 21 Jan 1999 to 22 Jan 1999 - Special issue (#1999-24)
Date: Fri, 22 Jan 1999 08:17:52 -0500
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Topics in this special issue:

  1. Max Object List
  2. .
  3. From antiorp (gene's implosion)

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Date:    Fri, 22 Jan 1999 08:11:41 +0000
From:    Philippe Montémont 
Subject: Max Object List

Here are the instructions from D. Zicarelli to make this Max object list
properly operate with your copy of Max (I post my question & his
answer, to be as clear as possible):

Date:    Wed, 31 Dec 1997 00:21:17 -0800
From:    David Zicarelli 
Subject: Re: New Object List & MSP

Philippe Montemont  writes:

>Importing the Max Object List document in ClarisWorks, I have been
>adding the MSP objects into it. I made a category named... MSP. I did
>the same with the Megamax externals too. Then I saved it as Max Object
>List again.
>Everything seem to work fine -the new objects appear in order in the
>right collumn- except the fact that the new categories (MSP,
>Megamax,...) do NOT appear in the left collumn as I expected.
>Does anyone in the list know where I made a mistake?

To add categories to the Max Object List, do the following. Due
to the way the internal Max objects work, you need to add the
category to the end of the list. In other words, in must be
alphabetically after "Timeline."

1. ResEdit the STR# resource 7000 in Max. Append the category
name to the end of the string.
2. Add a new STR# resource. Number it 7017 (or one higher, when
adding an additional category). Put one of the objects you'll
be adding via the Max Object List in the string.
3. Save Max and quit ResEdit.
4. Now you can add items in the new category to the Max Object
List file. For example, if the category name is ZMSP, you can
put

ZMSP    cycle~

into the Max Object List. Note that a single tab character must
occur between the category name and the object name.

If you just want to add objects to categories that already
exist, you don't need to do any ResEditing of Max. Just add them to
the Max Object List.

David Z.

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Date:    Fri, 22 Jan 1999 12:54:52 +0000
From:    the hafler trio 
Subject: .

cc: 738.l!f 4rmz + l!ztz - du = shall komprehend dze mean!ng ov b!t
revolut!on

 b!t revolut!on :: part 0+5 :: enkapzulat!on

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      rebirth of the epistolarian tradition - temporarily vanished during
      the 2oth century due to first stage of tele-communication:
      the tele-phone - direct speech takes the place of written
communication.

      simultaneously - birth of the plural communication
      which is the real revolution life forms are living.

      expansion of symmetry implied by democracy
      [implied - an actual democracy + not one konglomerate of life forms
      subjugating the liberty of additional life forms]
      which appeals a new acting to maintain the dissymmetry of the
elective calling
      by a personal communication - synchronically dissymmetrical to
promote the possible
      of a diachronic conquest of symmetry by the subject of the speech in
the time
      of science.

      deeply linked with the `dit-mansion` of the significant promoted by
an epigon
      of sigmund freud - special strukture that works out of imagination
but on it.

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          -   s o l a r ! z _____..... m9ndfukc.com
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   this presentation is a protest against the incompetent korporate fascist
   konglome.ratz. controlling
   the - mcgill maxforum                     +
   the - XCHANGE@re-lab.net                       +
   the - net.ti.me forum                             +
   against korporate fascist life forms and konglome.ratz everwhere+1
   routinely exploiting additional life forms - impeding natural selection
   hence populating the gene pool with inferior data.

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              /       0-    zv3!t3[z]!zt3m  | | m9ndfukc.macht.fre!
            -0       /                       [
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          3.8232421875        d       m
                 0.400390625     a       a
            4.07196044921875        t       r
              7.598876953125           a       g
                    2.04864501953125      g       a
                    8.675537109375            r      t
                              0.58074951171875   a      a
                            6.7877197265625         m      d

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when
     an
        application
     sends
data
     utilizing
tcp
    the data is sent down the protokol stack through each layer
until it is sent as a stream of bits across the network.
each layer adds information to the data by prepending headers
and sometimes adding trailer information to the data that it receives.
the unit of data that tcp sends to the ip is called a tcp segment.
the unit of data that ip sends to the network interface is called an ip
datagram.
the stream of bits that flows across the ethernet is called a frame.

the capital I Internet is an internet that spans the globe and
consists of more than 10000 networks and more than 1 million computers

there is a limit on the size of the frame for both
ethernet encapsulation and 802.3 encapsulation

shall be addressing the limit on the size of the frame
for the human m9nd kontainer encapsulation

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  completed and prezented in [model citizen time] - 1999 a.d.

  during the korporate fascist occupation.
  during the korporate fascist occupation.
  during the korporate fascist occupation.

  may kontakt solaris@m9ndfukc.com to obtain this document

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ip - the internet protokol provides an unreliable connectionless datagram
delivery service.
when something goes wrong such as a router running out of buffers ip has
a simple error handling algorithm - throw away the datagram
and try to send an icmp message back to the source.

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avoiding an unbearable silence, the four layers, as the eye, are attracted
to motion.
the protokol suite vibrates as violoncello strings - an interaction that
causes a quiver, a responsive tone of harmonic complexity.
the articulation of subject interaction as expression
determines the value of its output packets, to be commodified and
replicated,
to extricate the extraneous.

resonance and intention co-efficients in the valuing of output;
intention of information, a listening to the production matrix,
a reaction and refinement of resultant action.
the output as composition, as stratification of data.

the processing of resultant information - as coalescence of form and
dynamic.
harmonic - as the object to be construed as manipulated and comprehended

as validation of the complexity of these inherent values, the recognition of
this desiring machine as producer of commodity becomes the binary instrument
as
prosthetic to articulation - extensions of possible formations - a clarity
of expression.
as a technological boundary to be surpassed, the recognition of this
intention
demands a discernment of the event_before.
to proceed as a non_event, the event_before must be reformulated in context
and expression.
the haze of information surrounding this event_before stratifies as
intention
oscillates and the existing data is recognized and simultaneously eliminated
as effect and replaced by the non_event.

hence an increase in output fails to
result in the congesture of end systems with data structures.
at computation of intention information dissipates, a vacuum arises but as
the instrument
is seen as producer it is spontaneously and erroneously filled at next
intention
with equivalence of unstratified data.
constituting the instrument it is of significance as only a silent object.

it is the potential of the object which holds value;
once commodified all potential is dissolved and with interaction
value is diffused in the clarification of the object's intention.

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-  tra!ler enkapzulat!on
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1.21.99  Lycos Inc.  up 12 1/2 on speculation of potential partners.
nasdaq down dramatically. internet stocks down dramatically.

 01/20 21:58 Lycos in talks with potential partners

 By Nicole Volpe

 NEW YORK, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Amid a wave of consolidations sweeping the
Internet media business, Internet
 media company Lycos Inc.  said Wednesday it was in talks with
potential partners, but declined to
 comment on speculation that the partners included German media company
Bertelsmann .

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that is to say. model citizens believe they understand. yet they do not.
they do not understand they fail to understand.
their potential nil their value defined as an aggregation of nil objects

zymosis

\\

d!fferent!al d.ka! on 0+1 dezolate plane ov debr!z
ccccellofane spasz
!nhab!td w!th !mmater!al 4rmz enkloz!ng
komplecx !nternl referentz
ccccel-konzeptual!szd 4mat!onz dzat =
flatl! abrogate object!v anal!s!z

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relat!v!zt!kc effektz bg!n zett!ng !n

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alternat!v h!ztor!ez + parallel un!versez

- art!kl nummer 0+28. anti[c]m9ndfukc.com
ma! kontakt m9ndfukc_arkiv@m9ndfukc.com 4 komplet l!zt!ng [x]

  <
     0\   zve!te[z]!ztem
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  completed and prezented in [model citizen time] - 1999 a.d.

  during the korporate fascist occupation.
  during the korporate fascist occupation.
  during the korporate fascist occupation.

  may kontakt solaris@m9ndfukc.com to obtain this document

  related data :

-  b!t revolut!on : : part _ 0+0
   web :    http://m9ndfukc.com/dfk_okkupation/bit_revolution
   email :  bit_revolution_0+0@m9ndfukc.com

-  b!t revolut!on : : part _ 0+1
   web :    http://m9ndfukc.com/dfk_okkupation/bit_revolution
   email :  bit_revolution_0+1@m9ndfukc.com

-  b!t revolut!on : : part _ 0+2
   web :    http://m9ndfukc.com/dfk_okkupation/bit_revolution
   email :  bit_revolution_0+2@m9ndfukc.com

-  b!t revolut!on : : part _ 0+3
   web :    http://m9ndfukc.com/dfk_okkupation/bit_revolution
   email :  bit_revolution_0+3@m9ndfukc.com

-  b!t revolut!on : : part _ 0+4
   web :    http://m9ndfukc.com/dfk_okkupation/bit_revolution
   email :  bit_revolution_0+4@m9ndfukc.com

-  m9ndfukc.kinematek [film module]
   web : avec music :  http://m9ndfukc.com/kinematek
   web : sans music :  http://m9ndfukc.com/kinematek/zttz

-  m9ndfukc.kinematek.reference
   email : kinematek_ref@m9ndfukc.com

-  m9ndfukc.kinematek current film scenario [100k+]
   email : kinematek_kurrent@m9ndfukc.com

-  m9ndfukc.list
   email : lizt00@m9ndfukc.com

-  m9ndfukc.propaganda
   web : http://m9ndfukc.com/propaganda
   web : pixelz :   http://m9ndfukc.com/dir_kontentz/_propaganda.html
   email : smtp55o@m9ndfukc.com

-  arkive [1/n]
   web : http://m9ndfukc.com/dir_kontentz/_botz.html

-  =cw4t7abs_net_action
   web :
http://194.19.130.194/=cw4t7abs/0f0003/ztpd/=cw4t7abs_net_action.html

-  addtl data
   email : lizt00@m9ndfukc.com

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the study of linguistic history is of the utmost importance
to the grammarian - it broadens its mind and tends to eliminate
that tendency to reprobation which in the besetting sin of the non
historian grammarian - for the history of languages shows that changes
have constantly taken place in the past and that what was bad grammar
in one period may become good grammar !n dze neczt
- dze f!lozof! ov gramr oTTo jesperzen

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Date:    Thu, 22 Oct 1998 05:42:53 -0800
From:    Gene Schwartz 
Subject: From antiorp (gene's implosion)

At antiorp's request, I post this:

>|\- -
>
>     2nd da! ov protezt aga!nzt dze `democracy`
>     kontroll!ng the mcgill max forum
>
>
>
>     this is a protest against the digital murder of
>
>     +@SYMBIOTIC.ORG -
>
>                  by Chris Murtagh 
>
>     prior to going camping... (yep, in the snow).
>
>     on 20 Jan 1999
>
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>- -- -- -
>
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>    -  tak 2 Gene Schwartz
>   [who will likely be digitally murdered by you - yes you and you and -
you]
>       regardless the protest shall resume
>
>
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>
>
>>f1f0
>>
>>could you please send me the address' of the lists in question (max
>>and x)
>>
>>we support your cause
>
>
>may email the "owner" of the max forum operated by
>mcgill university - Christopher Murtagh 
>
>the max forum is currently locked.
>
>that is to say the `democratic` regime controls the data
>+ life form flow and proclaims `democratic` all that which
>does not oppose its rule.
>
>in other words a draconian totalitarian state of things
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>To: music-dsp@shoko.calarts.edu
>Subject: queens english
>Cc:
>X-Attachments:
>
>
>>Trying to prevent antiorp from posting on this list is clearly a
>>violation of free speech.
>
>comments on above + below
>in the queens english [which i may add the
>b!t revolut!on presentation was for the most part in the queens english
>as well hence curious select responses]
>
>not appealing to the free speech routine for it seems
>one act of violence against one's reasoning apparatus.
>[an act of violence does not constitute an appeal]
>likely appealing to one's reasoning apparatus for
>the rezults are veritable and hence enduring
>[phps until the next m9ndfukc event]
>
>[and
> one can withstand brute force.
> brute reason however is unbearable.
> to quote one
> very lovely personaj
>
> very amusing indeed it is that
> generally american citizens are the life forms
> opposing the =cw4t7abs routine.
> however it is america which has
> perfected the brute reason routine]
>
>it has always been curious one person is capable of enduring
>the transmissions of countless life forms.
>countless life forms  however appear to collapse under the transmissions
>of one life form.
>
>
>>So antiorp's post are hard to decipher, sometimes off-topic, and
>>sometimes offensive.
>
>it is not any life form's responsibility to
>conform to the preference file of one other life form.
>it is very much desirable life forms engage in one
>sexual reproduction of mind \ cultural data. [m9ndfukc]
>that is to say diversity and errors in duplication are indispensable
>in fact determine progress.
>
>[consider the implementation of algorithms
> to simulate errors in audio.
> that is to say select humans cannot be appreciative
> of errors until they have programmed them.
> locate this preoccupation a shortcut to intelligence
>
> apropos - ~2 years (?) prior to prezent
> james mccartney mentioned various data re:
> one system which conformed itself to
> listeners desires.
> as stated then - it is precisely this
> which consider an act of violence against progress
>
> related - cmj interview with luc ferrari vol 22 nr 3
>
> it is true am stating one may oppose =cw4t7abs freely +
> is in fact desirable - do not view digital murder
> as opposition - but rather as elimination
> it terminates tension hence the
> reproduction \ m9ndfukc operation]
>
>
>select life forms may not exactly desire progress
>but that they be first. this too is acceptable for
>it too constitutes one mode of operation which contrasts one other.
>
>silencing one life form however is objectionable.
>
>re: current max-list debacle -
>those in agreement of the current `democratic` regime
>are permitted to voice personal opinions.
>those opposing the current `democratic` regime
>however are urgently destroyed - that is to say
>digitally murdered.
>
>it is this injustice which reason finds detestable
>hence select sentiments occur. naturally
>one is unable to prevent one's sentiments
>hence opposition - hence likely - additional digital murders
>+ etc etc. process output.
>
>
>exit with chris murtagh's [the max list "owner"]
>opinion re:free speech. am doing so to illustrate fact
>0 + 0 has very much changed.
>
>vzzp.
>
>
>
>
>transmitted during the 1st `democratic` vote on the mcgill max forum
>
>
>">Date:    Sun, 11 Oct 1998 13:55:51 -0500
>>From:    Christopher Murtagh 
>>Subject: Re: Politics, logical types and servers
>>
>>Hi Stephen,
>>
>>Just for your interest.  I've had it with these twits, and I really don't
>>give a shit what they say about free speech. Before I go, I'm going to
boot
>>everyone of these assholes who reposts anti-krapmatter. Getting my name
put
>>up on www pages with insults and swastiks has really done it.
>>
>>Cheers,
>>
>>Chris
>>
>>From: "L-Soft list server at McGill University Computing Centre (1.8d)"
>>
>>> quiet del max implode@WELL.COM
>>implode@WELL.COM has been removed from the MAX list. No notification has
>>been sent.
>>"
>
>
> bjekt
>!\onbl"
>
>
>
>
>
>
>........
>That is true, but think for a moment... To ban somebody (which could be
>meant as digital penalty death) the Responsable of the mail list should
have
>strong reasons.
>........
>
>Luis M Vicente [excerpt from the music dsp forum - a free list naturally
>               as it is a  cal.arts.edu  list]
>
>
>........
>Trying to prevent antiorp from posting on this list is clearly a
>violation of free speech.
>........
>
>Dan Timis      [excerpt from the music dsp forum - a free list naturally
>               as it is a  cal.arts.edu  list]
>
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>
>
>
>
>To: f1f0@m9ndfukc.com
>Subject: LOVE
>
>
>>Dear all in the antiorp-team.
>
>1 objekt + aapl bocsez
>
>
>>Takk for en nydelig og trist film.
>>                         |
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>tak auss!                  ou!. cezt vra!. kr! rout!n.
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>Organization: catty com
>Subject:      Re: b!t revolut!on : : part _ 0+4 f!lm
>
>Steg Belsky wrote:
>
>> > -   part 0+0     dze b!t revolut!on. 0+1 elokuent oppoz!t!on 2 dze
>> >                  max forum lo.tekk `democracy`
>
>Funny, I was just wondering if "dumbocracy" was ever used
>as a word, did a web search, and indeed it is already.
>
>> I think i can usually understand what Antiorp is saying, and i agree with
>> what he said (that i unfortunately had to cut out of the reply).
>
>Poets in their unlicensed use of metaphor are the truest
>creators of all language.
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>>Date:    Wed, 20 Jan 1999 15:30:16 -0500
>>From:    Chris Murtagh 
>>Subject: Gone camping... (yep, in the snow).
>>
>>Greetings Maxers,
>>
>> Just to let you know, I will be gone to Winnipeg for the next couple days
>>(doing some winter camping), so I will be unable to help with any list
>>problems etc.. If you have any problems it will have to wait until
Tuesday.
>>
>>Cheers & Happy Maxing.
>>Chris
>
>
>hou oportun. + =cw4t7abs haz b!n plaszd undr dze `demokrat!k` anezt!z!a
>
>ov chris.murtagh@HRDC-DRHC.GC.CA dzat !z 2 sa! `demokrat!k` rev!eu.
>
>zuch 1 luvl! `demokrat!k` ko!ns!densz.  +  dze max l!zt = lokkd
>
>zuch 1 luvl! `demokrat!k` ko!ns!densz.  + chris.murtagh@HRDC-DRHC.GC.CA
>
>haz trvld hunt!ng. a oopz kamp!ng. Cheers Cheers Cheers Cheers
>
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>>Date:    Wed, 20 Jan 1999 10:51:26 -0500
>>From:    Christopher Murtagh 
>>Subject: Action, Reaction, thanks.
>>
>>Action:
>>
>>>Fwd: b!t revolut!on : : part _ 0+3
>>>Fwd: b!t revolut!on : : part _ 0+2
>>>Fwd: b!t revolut!on : : part _ 0+1
>>>Fwd: b!t revolut!on : 0+0 : le fantome de la l!berte
>>>Fwd: b!t revolut!on : : part _ 0+4 f!lm
>>
>>Reaction:
>>
>>>> del max +@SYMBIOTIC.ORG
>>>+@SYMBIOTIC.ORG has been removed from the MAX list. Notification has been
>>>sent.
>>
>>Any comments, complaints, etc. are to be sent to chris@music.mcgill.ca and
>>NOT the list.
>
>
>
>Christopher Murtagh is in no position to digitally murder any one life form
>
>
>digital murder
>
>>Thank you
>
>
>
>
>Christopher Murtagh        Action:
>
>
>                           digital murder
>
>
>
>select life forms          Action:
>
>
>
>                           eloquent protest
>
>
>
>Christopher Murtagh        Action:
>
>
>
>                           digital murder
>
>
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>reaction != ecz!zt du !nkompetent `demokrat!k` l!f 4rmz.
>
>
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>-
>-     eloquent protest
>-
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>if chris murtagh + the max `democracy`s `democratic`
>
>vote nr 2 is in fact constitutional
>
>please state reason you - Garth Paine 
>
>are able to express your opinions on the `democratic` vote nr 2 without
>
>being digitally murdered
>
>and those not in agreement with the `democratic` vote
>
>
>      are digitally murdered in one urgent fashion.
>
>
>                     please  state `democratic` reazon +?
>
>
>
>
>
>>Date:    Thu, 21 Jan 1999 10:51:58 +1100
>>From:    Garth Paine 
>>Subject: call the revolut!on off please
>
>
>perhaps -   call the digital murder of life forms off
>
>                                                 b r u t e z
>
>
>note 2 Garth Paine 
>du != dze `demokrass!` ov max-l. well aware ov.
>az 1 kan not!sz dze `demokrass!` ov max-l = ultra z!lent.
>
>ma!z Garth Paine  = !nztrument
>
>
>>The sooner these "b!t revolut!on" nuts are off this list the better - we
>>all have the right to come to a common descision and that is what Chris is
>>organising - I am not a member of this list to have all your crap
>>transfered to my computer and unsubscribed last time it whent on and on
and
>>on.  You seem so self obsessed that you can't see how it affects everyone
>>else.  So PLEASE leave off the struggle to the death bit and leave off the
>>insults to Chris who does a fine job trying to find solutions acceptable
to
>>the majority of the list.
>>
>>Cheers,
>
>Cheers,Cheers,Cheers,Cheers,Cheers,Cheers,
>
>
>
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>-
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>kount!ng out loud 2 50 prozent + w ov 1 undemokrat!k lo.tekk rout!n
>
>
>">>i'm sorry all this is happening,
>>> >sorry ones participation on the list should be based on 50% + 1 of the
>>>"vote",
>>> >that it should be done anonymously, and that any dissent will result in
>>> >removal. i do not want to be on this list any longer. if murtagh
>>>removes you
>>> >permanently i will be unsubscribing."
>
>
>
>
>
>>To: Christopher Murtagh 
>>From : m!
>
>>
>>On Wed, 20 Jan 1999, =cw4t7abs wrote:
>>> you brute.
>>> w!l z hou man! mor l!f formz du = k!ll pr!or 2 ecz!t!ng ur pozt
>>> az ounr.
>>
>
>
>kom vouz voulez !t != m! okkupat!on.
>
>
>
>pd-list et etc etc. du = underzst!mat l!f 4rm dez!re 4 l!bert! phpz
>!t = ultra prezent + 4tunatel! = b!t > elokuent dzen to!
>
>
>
>
>
>">Date:    Sun, 11 Oct 1998 13:55:51 -0500
>>From:    Christopher Murtagh 
>>Subject: Re: Politics, logical types and servers
>>
>>Hi Stephen,
>>
>>Just for your interest.  I've had it with these twits, and I really don't
>>give a shit what they say about free speech. Before I go, I'm going to
boot
>>everyone of these assholes who reposts anti-krapmatter. Getting my name
put
>>up on www pages with insults and swastiks has really done it.
>>
>>Cheers,
>>
>>Chris
>>
>>From: "L-Soft list server at McGill University Computing Centre (1.8d)"
>>
>>> quiet del max implode@WELL.COM
>>implode@WELL.COM has been removed from the MAX list. No notification has
>>been sent.
>>"
>
>
>how eloquent
>really. how much red meat have you consummed lately +?
>
>!t = un42nat dzat du != komprehend baz!k fakt du =
>ann!h!lat!ng l!f 4rmz - u kno.
>dzat !z 2 sa!. du != !n 1 poz!t!on 2 s!lensz an! 1
>+ dzat = !t.
>
>vn du = komprehend abov du = ma! zm!le
>
>meanwh!le - plz do not d!zkard an! korezpondensz
>relatd 2 `demokrat!k` vote nr 2 + `demokrat!k` vote nr 1
>az zerta!n humanz shall w!sh 2 v!eu !t.
>
>
>alorz. zur!. bzzp.
>
>
>4uardd b!en sur
>
>
>
>
>>Subject: 1 additional life form digitally murdered by
chris@MUSIC.MCGILL.CA
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>>1 additional life form digitally murdered by chris@MUSIC.MCGILL.CA
>>
>>
>>
>>if tzo dezire - - - -
>>
>>comments to : chris@MUSIC.MCGILL.CA
>>to subscribe to the max forum :
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>>
>>
>>To: chris@MUSIC.MCGILL.CA
>>From: antiorp@tezcat.com (=cw4t7abs)
>>Subject:
>>Cc:
>>Bcc: + <+@symbiotic.org>
>>X-Attachments:
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>>you brute.
>>w!l z hou man! mor l!f formz du = k!ll pr!or 2 ecz!t!ng ur pozt
>>az ounr.
>>
>>
>>
>>>Date:         Wed, 20 Jan 1999 09:19:08 -0500
>>>From: "L-Soft list server at McGill University Computing Centre (1.8d)"
>>>              
>>>Subject:      Your removal from the MAX list
>>>To: Nik Gaffney <+@SYMBIOTIC.ORG>
>>>cc: Chris Murtagh ,
>>>        Christopher Murtagh 
>>>Reply-To: MAX-request@LISTS.MCGILL.CA
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>>>Wed, 20 Jan 1999 09:19:08
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>>>You   have  been   removed  from   the  MAX   list  (MAX   -  Interactive
>>>Music/Multimedia   Standard   Environments)    by   Christopher   Murtagh
>>>.
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>>Search lasted: 28.916667 seconds
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>
>
>From: life form - kont!nent - europa [ztat!zt!kx 2 !lluztrate dze po!nt
>dzat !z 2 sa! - dze jankke zvazt!ka - shall b prezentd
>
>!t = 0+1 wa! ov eztabl!sh!ng fakt
>
>amer!kkka = onl! land wh!ch = trvld 4rom barbar!zm 2 advanszd degenerat!on
>zansz per!od ov c!v!l!zat!on - nSk
>
>
>To: antiorp@tezcat.com
>Subject: Re: one meticulous analysis
>
>
>if
>1 additional life form
>tzo dezire - - - -
>can be
>digitally murdered
>by
>model citizen
>
> d z e . f a n t o m . o v . l ! b e r t ! 
>
> m9ndfukc.kinematek module enables 7 
>
> multiple films [from various life forms] 
>
>during the korporate fascist occupation.
>an extended version of dze fantom ov l!bert!  will be presented at
>.. c o m!!\   /S  |
>         !\p    -U-
>          !\.t   |  /t
>           !\.e        /R
>            !\.r          /a
>                             /?
>
>approx 50 billion house fly +?
>continued in part 0
>
>plag!ar!zm zavz t!.me
>[time is meant to be spend]
>dze oceanz = adr!ft !n dze kont!nentz
>
>>You   have  been   removed
>approx
>10 million billion times
>[ :) ]
>
>[shouz m! !n!t.at!v]
>
> d
> a
> t
> a = k
>     o
>        re
>     k
>     t humanz == !
>                 n
>                 k
>                    o
>                          re
>                 k
>                 t
>h
>e
>l
>l
>..
>c
>o
>m
>2 5 0 0 0 m i n d k o n t a i n e r s
>
>we have at our disposal an organ
>[I vont go into dzat]
>
>[did you know the dna of greate apes - gorilas, orangotangos, chimpanzes, -
>differs from humanz in only 5%? and that they use tools? and display
>selfconsciousness, abstract reasoning, language skills, and be overall as
>mentally capable as a 2 year old?]
>
>[did you know that some adult humanz reach the level of counsciousness of a
>3 year old chimpanze?]
>
>[the maxforum ate it [privately]]
>
>[humanz are basically] controlled via stochastik processes
>
>[ d.i.s.t.r.u.c.t.i.o.n ] ?
>
>[ pro+test ] ?
>
>
>expose
> to the plain word [s][u][t][r][a]
>a fine art
>one infinite number of components in
>any bit of matter
>
>antiorp will no longer be
>
>+formulated+asp!rat!onz+
>
> - finding a common language in order to +create+ a
> shared experience.
>
>it shall leave indelible traces
>
>
>Search
>the cause
>
>language is at best a feeble instrument
>[ pranayama ]
>
>         Y
>         |
>A -  p r a n a  - A
>         |
>         M
>
>this war is meant to be continued
>
>28.916667 seconds
>ov
>revolut!on
>
> this is a film is life
>
>
>luvbigbigkizz
>
>kl!k
>
>
>
>
>
>\\ lesz z!gn!f!kant matterz
>
>http://m9ndfukc.com/propaganda/m9ndfukc_propaganda_kontinuum.gif

"I began to add a few things up and realized there was no way I could come
from a little town in Iowa, be eating 2,000 people a year, and nobody said
anything about it"

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