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Re: Advanced

Sep 30, 1997 06:28 PM
by Jaqtarin Samantha Triele

On Tue, 30 Sep 1997, John R. Crocker wrote:

> >>Damn! I wish I would of thought of that one.  You must be one of those
> >>advanced folks!
> On a serious note, I'm curious about opinions on the list ....
> 1. What *is* "advanced"?

A: Dead.

> 2. By what outward signs would you recognize "advancement"?

A: A significant drop in body temperature, no pulse, and an unusual
lack of animated expression.

> 3. Do you need to *be* "advanced" to recongize "advancement"?

A: No.  But it is highly unusual for someone to be advanced and tell
someone else what advancement is.  Fortunately, we do have those
cases where a few candles and some gibberish provide the unadvanced with
the valuable information necessary for understanding what advancement is
all about.

> Really curious,
> -JRC

Really unadvanced,

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