'I know which card you choose'

Posted 7 Jan 2004 at 19:41 UTC by badvogato Share This

We only need to borrow the magic from David Copperfield to read advogatoers thoughts for what ought to be taken out from the front page and at what time...

Luke, i am counting on you to cure my illusion.

Amen. God bless advogatoers.

an entirely unrelated sidenote:
(Recall the joke in which two ministers of rival denominations meet; one says to the other, "We've both been doing the Lord's work, you in your way, and I in - His.")

As the proverb goes..., posted 8 Jan 2004 at 03:10 UTC by tk » (Observer)

...um, never mind.

what do i do now said the priest upon the throne, posted 8 Jan 2004 at 10:32 UTC by lkcl » (Master)

see here for brevity, fascinating reading material, and in the interests of cutting the bullshit factor. NOT :)

YOU NOT, posted 8 Jan 2004 at 16:04 UTC by sye » (Journeyer)

if i made a choice, i always loose. But i am chanting..."i refuse to make a choice, i refuse to make a choice...." And David Copperfiled is defeated!
Does that mean anything to any programmer here?

David Copperfield says..., posted 8 Jan 2004 at 16:34 UTC by tk » (Observer)

...you will refuse to make a choice. Can David Copperfield guess how I will play Go?

Priests are like vacuum cleaners.

nice cheap trick, posted 8 Jan 2004 at 22:40 UTC by jlbec » (Master)

I chose the queen of spades, and he didn't pick my card

that was good. queen of spades is the trick, posted 9 Jan 2004 at 00:41 UTC by sye » (Journeyer)

Following wise man's advice, i choose the queen of spades out of the blue and David Copperfield had it all figured out...

The queen of spades..., posted 9 Jan 2004 at 08:55 UTC by tk » (Observer)

...is like a priest.

The queen of spades, posted 9 Jan 2004 at 15:15 UTC by sye » (Journeyer)

and she says we'd all be far better off without tk's jack-ass '*sigh*'. Bugger off.

You're just a pack of cards!, posted 9 Jan 2004 at 15:59 UTC by tk » (Observer)


a pack of cards, posted 10 Jan 2004 at 04:17 UTC by badvogato » (Master)

All posted articles are, but, a pack of cards. There has to be a primordial order if time and space allocation could be left alone to the system entirely. That is not to say, any member, with the support of a few loyalties, can't build their own editorial front page out of this pack of cards. But it requires all members belong to this loyal group, elect a chief editor, e.g. xerox , and continue their discussions through their own editor's anchorage. So the matter of life on this planet isn't more rights to overwrite primordial order at the cost of advogato's time and space. It is the fact that no badvogato, madvogato or sadvogato has substantial readerships willing to support a new primordial order to begin with...

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