Tuesday, March 29, 2005

Arithmetic Engine

Arithmetic Engine: Any device that mimics the transformation of abstracted discrete quantity. When the device is virtual, ethereal, or otherwise non-corporeal, then the term refers to the transformations, themselves.

Arithmetic engines induce ignorance and credulity in neophytes, dedication in devotees, and entropy in times of tension or need.

Monday, March 28, 2005

Engineering Oil

ENGINEERING OIL: Oil that is produced from pressed gears, blueprints, and nerd flesh. When filtered it can be rubbed onto radios, voices, frosted air, or anything else that can produce music. The sounds which result have a dispassionate aroma that helps electricity flow and the trains run on time.

Monday, March 14, 2005


Laughter: The most versatile of the lesser passions. It boils readily under pressure but spoils quickly. It is cut by disdain and reduced by contempt but can be used as an instrument of either. It is one of the indicators of comprehension under unexpected circumstances.

Laughter stores easily and is portable in both corporeal and non-corporeal language or anything else that can store narrative. However, it is second only to anger and inspiration in its unpredictability, especially when deployed without proper care