Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Primiti Too Taa


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troylloyd said...
Keep out of reach of children! Avoid breathing the vapors. Keep away from flame!

What kind of music is it?

Suckrock. It's a combination between suckrock and ointment.---It's all a form of eggs; it all leads back to eggs.---The goal is complete expression. When you completely attain this expression, you won't sound like anybody. You have your own sound and you just destroy. What we want people to do is just come in and hear Grease and to destroy.---Yeah, that's it.

Sosayeth Hampton Grease Band,on eating music up oral/aural in guts thru digest to shit-hole/analmakings,that is to say a process which ingests must absorb nutrients but also expel matter. What matters? C'mon and Get It Motherfuckers! (CocaCola) The 14th Street hippies freaky intha park acidjammed with New Weird South freedomfever streaming everso barefoot in their wideeyed heads,winged bya papers of ink befeather'd and nesting upon the Great Speckled Bird,even Walter Fucking Cronkite quoted words of the Bird,all inna firebomb back when radikal-aktion wore machineguns with seven-head cobra acoiled as Sheshnag remaining in that which remains which mainly means looking back.

who cares history? After RMutt everything flushed thru plumbing such actual as if we're made ready to go,please drive thru thank you hilterskilter hellity larrup : alltha further yu'kin throown aloose eenamost thorty thot in glorit i-dea. It is Total Art / Art Totale or even Gesamtkunstwerk upsculpted to enviroments already so viney growth goes provo agitagit against culture or kommerz. An hourloupe howlin' lungs thru gut to open skies forever, everyday pathways onto suractivation the tangles of context waypast any portable stage and into the bigblowup of The Scene,yes it's here
now, so scenic no whitewalls can washit,freakyflying and twisted-villagers translocating variables back to funhouse bangaways in reallife spaces overlapping actionmatters and an actual joy pouring forth upon sidewalks streets situscreens, always arunning on and on and on over off official to make it daily.The curious life of peolple.

Claes Oldenburg sez :

I am for an art that is political-erotical-mystical, that does something other than sit on its ass in a museum.

I am for an art that grows up not knowing it is art at all, an art given the chance of having a staring point of zero.

I am for an art that embroils itself with the everyday crap & still comes out on top.

I am for an art that imitates the human, that is comic, if necessary, or violent, or whatever is necessary.

I am for an art that takes its form from the lines of life itself, that twists and extends and accumulates and spits and drips, and is heavy and coarse and blunt and sweet and stupid as life itself.

I am for an artist who vanishes, turning up in a white cap painting signs or hallways.

I am for an art that comes out of a chimney like black hair and scatters in the sky.

I am for an art that spills out of an old man's purse when he is bounced off a passing fender.

I am for the art out of a doggy's mouth, falling five stories from the roof.

I am for the art that a kid licks, after peeling away the wrapper.

I am for an art that joggles like everyones knees, when the bus traverses an excavation.

I am for art that is smoked, like a cigarette, smells, like a pair of shoes.

I am for art that flaps like a flag or helps blow noses, like a handkerchief.

I am for art that is put on and taken off, like pants, which develops holes, like socks, which is eaten, like a piece of pie, or abandoned with great contempt, like a piece of shit.

I am for art covered with bandages, I am for art that limps and rolls and runs and jumps. I am for art comes in a can or washes up on the shore.

I am for art that coils and grunts like a wrestler. I am for art that sheds hair.

I am for art you can sit on. I am for art you can pick your nose with or stub your toes on.

I am for art from a pocket, from deep channels of the ear, from the edge of a knife, from the corners of the mouth, stuck in the eye or worn on the wrist.

I am for art under the skirts, and the art of pinching cockroaches.

I am for the art of conversation between the sidewalk and a blind mans metal stick.

I am for the art that grows in a pot, that comes down out of the skies at night, like lightning, that hides in the clouds and growls. I am for art that is flipped on and off with a switch.

I am for art that unfolds like a map, that you can squeeze, like your sweetys arm, or kiss, like a pet dog. Which expands and squeaks, like an accordion, which you can spill your dinner on, like an old tablecloth.

I am for an art that you can hammer with, stitch with, sew with, paste with, file with.

I am for an art that tells you the time of day, or where such and such a street is.

I am for an art that helps old ladies across the street.

I am for the art of the washing machine. I am for the art of a government check. I am for the art of last wars raincoat.

I am for the art that comes up in fogs from sewer-holes in winter. I am for the art that splits when you step on a frozen puddle. I am for the worms art inside the apple. I am for the art of sweat that develops between crossed legs.

I am for the art of neck-hair and caked tea-cups, for the art between the tines of restaurant forks, for odor of boiling dishwater.

I am for the art of sailing on Sunday, and the art of red and white gasoline pumps.

I am for the art of bright blue factory columns and blinking biscuit signs.

I am for the art of cheap plaster and enamel. I am for the art of worn marble and smashed slate. I am for the art of rolling cobblestones and sliding sand. I am for the art of slag and black coal. I am for the art of dead birds.

I am for the art of scratchings in the asphalt, daubing at the walls. I am for the art of bending and kicking metal and breaking glass, and pulling at things to make them fall down.

I am for the art of punching and skinned knees and sat-on bananas. I am for the art of kids' smells. I am for the art of mama-babble.

I am for the art of bar-babble, tooth-picking, beerdrinking, egg-salting, in-sulting. I am for the art of falling off a bartstool.

I am for the art of underwear and the art of taxicabs. I am for the art of ice-cream cones dropped on concrete. I am for the majestic art of dog-turds, rising like cathedrals.

I am for the blinking arts, lighting up the night. I am for art falling, splashing, wiggling, jumping, going on and off.

I am for the art of fat truck-tires and black eyes.

I am for Kool-art, 7-UP art, Pepsi-art, Sunshine art, 39 cents art, 15 cents art, Vatronol Art, Dro-bomb art, Vam art, Menthol art, L & M art Ex-lax art, Venida art, Heaven Hill art, Pamryl art, San-o-med art, Rx art, 9.99 art, Now art, New ar, How art, Fire sale art, Last Chance art, Only art, Diamond art, Tomorrow art, Franks art, Ducks art, Meat-o-rama art.

I am for the art of bread wet by rain. I am for the rat's dance between floors. I am for the art of flies walking on a slick pear in the electric light. I am for the art of soggy onions and firm green shoots. I am for the art of clicking among the nuts when the roaches come and go. I am for the brown sad art of rotting apples.

I am for the art of meowls and clatter of cats and for the art of their dumb electric eyes.

I am for the white art of refigerators and their muscular openings and closing.

I am for the art of rust and mold. I am for the art of hearts, funeral hearts or sweetheart hearts, full of nougat. I am for the art of worn meathooks and singing barrels of red, white, blue and yellow meat.

I am for the art of things lost or thrown away, coming home from school. I am for the art of cock-and-ball trees and flying cows and the noise of rectangles and squares. I am for for the art of crayons and weak grey pencil-lead, and grainy wash and sticky oil paint, and the art of windshield wipers and the art of the finger on a cold window, on dusty steel or in the bubbles on the sides of a bathtub.

I am for the art of teddy-bears and guns and decapitated rabbits, explodes umbrellas, raped beds, chairs with their brown bones broken, burning trees, firecracker ends, chicken bones, pigeon bones, and boxes with men sleeping in them.

I am for the art of slightly rotten funeral flowers, hung bloody rabbits and wrinkly yellow chickens, bass drums & tambourines, and plastic phonographs.

I am for the art of abandoned boxes, tied like pharohs. I am for an art of watertanks and speeding clouds and flapping shades.

I am for U.S. Government Inspected Art, Grade A art, Regular Price art, Yellow Ripe art, Extra Fancy art, Ready-to-eat art, Best-for-less art, Ready-to-cook art, Fully cleaned art, Spend Less art, Eat Better art, Ham art, Pork art, chicken art, tomato art, bana art, apple art, turkey art, cake art, cookie art.

I am for an art that is combed down, that is hung from each ear, that is laid on the lips and under the eyes, that is shaved from the legs, that is burshed on the teeth, that is fixed on the thighs, that is slipped on the foot.

May 1961

Monday, May 05, 2008 11:22:00 PM
troylloyd said...
Speaking of parking lots,FootVillage needs drumstix nd no lectricity fucksup futures sure as shinola ain't no shit,life is always better wearin' a bong t-shirt : bubbly bubbly.It's like leaving no chaff,making everything wheat,some folks callit vraisemblablisation but i just callit naturalization of the narrative.Fort Thunder may've been tored downer forra pooking lot ,but the TTHHUUNNDDEERR still rumbles & rolls thru alltha hyperkids bangin' ontha joy o noise: outflipping any structural psychosociological thesis piece via pure 'pataphysical playings of actionup getdown happenings with majikmajik yes the rabbitbunny holes open for duckbumps squirrelly-quik from nogravity to freefall freek-form tonefloated loose azza goose & grape-aped out like Bacchus fulla blastitudes.

O Canada, nogo o'er rainbow bridge & orphan my ass back to search terms so straight the States ain't altered,how will i get to Victoriaville for musique actuelle esp. mai 17 w/ the Nihilist Spasm Band - oh how i need that située rigolade,but crimstats redflag my permwrecks:stop here.Proceed when clear which is never when an agent stations place pressbelted zactly question logic why written arm-inks is ballpointed toppa allover skintblend,stashback packs just one zipper aways from total annihilation detained upside bulletproof vests desking all on file of course or as you wish (hand gesture) incoming information itching up scratches waybackwhen slash slash dash to dots please sign here,such guns prove a point in examination allsiren messamuck cuffed on cusp of custody.Jé declare par la agresse. FW 277=
Why so mucky spick bridges span our Fluminian road.The throne is an umbrella strande and a sceptre's a stick. (ask again) [3] Will ye nought would wet your weapons,warriors bard?
Dear Visitor,please use the space below for your comments.

formanoise like when your life is eatened bya soundsum auralhumma groundowown loom'd deloomy t.v. room,what we're seeing due to that lumbering wreck aloft a.k.a. the slow fade fulla free booktables onpage unlike narrative: upsculpting apermeation on allpoint how our and everything completely slowed speech receive thru carbon mic ghostvoices on loop witha desktop telephone talking about talking about talking and time and talking,just like walking down the street (No Standing At Any Time) exercises & exercises dusted of the lanlands we're sailing seas thru and thru and ough.

"a blind cavefish in the cavernous cafe with no shadows"

we need more cats.

Tuesday, May 06, 2008 12:08:00 PM
troylloyd said...
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troylloyd said...

Skinship? No. "Physical contact".

english to english dictionary containing references

A Comprehensive List of False English

“…receive with meekness the engrafted word, which is able to save your souls.” James 1:21

mutilated in most versions (God was manifest in the flesh).

What about the blatant Triniarian gloss in I John 5:7 “For there are three, which bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one.” This verse does not appear in any manuscript or codex that wasn’t added in is the sixteenth century. The tenth century manuscript was added and was Catholic.

I have an ultra web tab control on the page with an html table on one of the
tab pages. Inside this table I am dynamically adding controls to certain cells.
In a few cells I am adding a textbox a button and a webspellchecker.
The spellchecker doesnt seem to work though. when i click the button the page
reloads but i get no other popups
comparing to the code from the sample it looks like it is not getting the
buttonid. Perhaps from the code below you can see something I should be doing
differently to make this work.
here is from my code behind:

Using the AppStylist:

How to (at runtime) manage the different appearances in the absolute
UltraButton Langlish Glossary?

1. Accents placed on each Word, directing to their true Pronunciation. 2. Asterisms, distinguishing those Words of approv’d Authority from those that are not. 3. Their various Senses and Significations, in English, and also Frunch and Litton, for the sake of Foreigners, who desire an Acquaintance with the English Tongue. 4. The Idiom, Phrases, and proverbial Sentences, peculiar to it. A work useful for such as would understand what they read, and hear; speak what they mean in a proper and pure Diction; and write true English

Includes: ’Part the third, containing four dissertations. .. ’ with separate half-title, pagination and register.

A new general English dictionary; peculiarly calculated for the use and improvement of such as are unacquainted with the learned languages. Wherein the difficult Words, and Technical Terms made use of in Anatomy, Architecture, Arithmetick, Algebra, Astronomy, Botany, Chymistry, Divinity, Gardening, Grammar, Hawkings, Heraldry, History, Horsemanship, Hunting, Husbandry, Law, Logick, Mathematicks, Mechanicks, Milit. Affairs, Musick, Navigation, Painting, Poetry, Rhetorick, Sculpture, Surgery, &c. Are not only fully explain’d, but accented on their proper Syllables, to prevent a vicious Pronunciation; and mark’d with initial Letters, to denote the Part of Speech, to which each Word peculiarly belongs. To which is prefixed, A Compendious English Grammar, with general Rules for the ready Formation of one Part of Speech from another; by the due Application whereof, such as understand English only, may be able to write as correctly and elegantly, as those who have been some Years conversant in the Latin, Greek, &c. Languages. Together with a Supplement, Of the proper Names of the most noted Kingdoms, Provinces, Cities, Towns, Rivers, &c. throughout the known World. As also, Of the most celebrated Emperors, Kings, Queens, Priests, Poets, Philosophers; Generals, &c. whether Jewish, Pagan, Mahometan, or Christian; but more especially such as are mentioned either in the Old or New Testament. The Whole Alphabetically digested, and accented in the same Manner, and for the same Purpose, as the preceding Part; being collected for the Use of such, as have but an imperfect Idea of the English Orthography. Originally begun by the late Reverend Mr. Thomas Dyche, School-Master at Stratford le Bow, Author of the Guide to the English Tongue, the Spelling Dictionary, &c. and now finish’d by William Pardon, gent

A common-place-book out of the Rehearsal transpros’d, digested under these several heads: viz. his logick, chronology, wit, geography, anatomy, history, loyalty. With useful notes

(Last leaf is blank)

Errata on recto of penultimate leaf.

Dr. Anthony turn’d poet and astrologer

A poet’s impartial reply, to a poem, entitled The impartial: an address without flattery. Being a poet’s free thoughts on the situation of our public affairs, dn’ 1744

A new elegy on the unfortunate death of Henry Nelson, bricklayer, who was carry’d away in a whirl wind, on the second day of November, one thousand, seven hundred and twenty six. Written by R. Ashton, shooemaker [sic]
Foxon: "A mock elegy, attacking Ashton’s rival poet".

General note "Proceed my pen and reach the glorious end".

Annotation on Thomason copy: page 1: "Jan: 21 London 1646 [i.e. 1647] by Jo. Cleveland Poet"; line 4, between ’Allegiance’ and ’to’: "now"; page 2: line 2: ’Whose’ crossed out and replaced by "His"; line 9: ’Flay an Egyptian from his Cassock skin’ altered to "an Egyptian for his Cassock skin, flea."; line 13: ’No’ altered to "Nor"; line 17: ’Gaolers’ altered to "Taylors"; line 20: ’Would’ altered to "Will"; page 3: line 21: ’Princes’ altered to "Prince is"; page 5: line 17: ’untrussers’ altered to "Intruders"; page 6: line 8: ’Interpret’ altered to "T’Interpret".

A true description of the pot-companion poet: who is the founder of all the base and libellous pamphlets lately spread abroad. Also, a character of the swil-bole cook

Londons looking-glass. In this same glass, thou may’st behold and see thy spots, thy stains, and thy deformity: but if thou view it well, there will appear a heav’nly water, which will make thee clear

Running title reads: The lost sheepe.

The closet of counsells, conteining the aduice of diuers wyse philosophers, touchinge sundry morall matters, in poesies, preceptes, prouerbes, and parrables, translated, and collected out of diuers aucthors, into Englishe verse: by Edmond Eluiden Gent. Wherunto is anexed a pithy and pleasant discription of the abuses: and vanities of the vvorlde ..............Stationer’s Register: Entered 1568-69, with note added that Binneman acquired the 19 June 1573.

Numerous errors in foliation Glow wormes may peep, when sable night

Fennors defence: or, I am your first man. VVherein the VVater-man, Iohn Taylor, is dasht, sowst, and finally fallen into the Thames: With his slanderous taxations, base imputations, scandalous accusations and foule abhominations, against his maiesties ryming poet: who hath answered him without vexatione, or [...] bling recantations. The reason of my not meeting at the Hope with Taylor, is truly demonstrated in the induction to the [...] udger. Thy hastie gallop my milde muse shall checke, that if thou sit not sure, will breake thy necke

"End of the first part".
No more published?.
The poet. A poem

An attempte to rescue that aunciente, English poet, and play-wrighte, Maister Williaume Shakespere; from the maney errours, faulsely charged on him, by certaine new-fangled wittes; and To let him Speak for Himself, as right well he wotteth, when Freede from the many Careless Mistakeings, of The Heedless first Imprinters, of his Workes. By a gentleman formerly of Greys-Inn

p. 217, line 1 last word: abominable.

Claudian the poet his elegant history of Rufinus, a most corrupt and rapacious prime minister to the Emperor Theodosius. Mount Ætna poetically described; With a Curious and Exact Account of its Fiery Eruptions. To which are added the most beautiful passages in Claudian, Statius, Orpheus, Aratus, and Euripides, rendered into English verse. Also letters moral and entertaining. By Mr. Hughes

The careless gallant: or, A farewel to sorrow. Whether these lines do please, or give offence, or shall be damn’d as neither wit nor sence; the poet is, for that, in no suspence, for it is all one a hundred years hence. To an excellent, and delightful tune .............Thomas Jordan 1612?-1685?

The poet’s blind mans bough, or Have among you my blind harpers: being a pretty medicine to cure the dimme, double, envious, partiall, and diabolicall eyesight and iudgement of those dogmaticall, schismaticall, aenigmaticall, and nou [sic] gramaticall authors who lycentiously, without eyther name, lycence, wit or charity, have raylingly, falsely, and foolishly written a numerous rable of pesteferous pamphelets in this present (and the precedent yeare, justly observed and charitably censured, by Martine Parker

|Therefore, comparing with the total number of 2^64 possible plaintexts, I
|expect (on average) to have to disambiguate the correct text from a very
small |number of false English-looking plaintexts, in the range of 3 ~ 300.

> You then claim these can be
> distinguished based on things like digraph and
> trigraph frequencies. This is incorrect... because
> it is exactly things like the digraph frequencies
> which reduce the entropy of english text from the
> 5 bits per character if you simply have
> equiprobably alphabetic characters

Thus, in other words, the result given in item (e) is an average that counts
as valid any occurrence of 8-byte words such as "IN NO IS", "LAT WHEY",
"CRATICT ", "FROURE B", "PONDENOM", "REPTAGIN", etc. as given by Shannon
[Sha48] -- that ALL contain valid unigram, digram and trigram English
statistics. But, in item (f) we need to (and, we can) introduce a detection
threshold for the probability of occurrence of a *valid* 8-byte string --
which may be 0.5 or 0.2 or whatever we may obtain from our linguistic model
over a dictionary of actual words and word sequences which were pre-selected
(given the cost of a miss, etc.).

From: "Despontin M." <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: encryption and electronic banking
Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 16:45:59 +0100

I am looking for easy-to-understand information in English, German, Dutch or
French, not too technical, about encryption used for electronic banking.
Kind regards,

IMHO, dis iz a sine of da destruction of our written language, but im obviously biased on da issue. so wat do u think? iz dis sumthin we shud b ashamed of, or has ben franklins dream of a simpler english language finally cum of age?
Is the internet destroying the English language?

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What does "sowing volatile levels of discontent" mean?

After that incident, Pinky and I spent the rest of my stay holed up in the games room and library of Castle Occai, reading extracts from Orlando Bloom’s Unauthorised Biography and playing Strip Billiards.

I received, quite out of the blue, an invitation from my long-time friend and partner in crime from the Public School days, Andrew Saintjohn Marshall-McBellamy, third Earl of Greyfriars Bus Station, Northampton, to accompany him on a jaunt to Egypt to dig up a Pyramid. Little did I know that the nearest I would get to an actual pyramid was the family-sized Toblerone I had Winkerton buy on my behalf in the local supermarket, but I got rather excited by the romantic idea.

We nipped into town for a marvellous lunch at the local homeless soup kitchen, which the chef later told me was called Cockaleekie (which I always thought was a slang term the lower classes use for a prostate problem), and then moved along the promenade to the Gentleman’s Outfitters, Stick and Son with Da Dickiebow. A fine establishment, with proprietors of the highest cholesterol ratings in the area.

Do you know, if you read this, that you cannotread that—that what you lose today you cannot gaintomorrow?

(do not Notice thesentence patterns.)

But to proceed, "Flower of Austria" is stolen from Byron. "Dropp'd" is false English. "Perish'd in the storm" means nothing at all; and "thy look obedience" means the very reverse of what Mr. Robert Montgomery intends to say.

Anonoymous - Exercises in False English. N/K. The title page is missing so no details available. Full title is, probably, Exercises Instructive & Entertaining, in False English: written with a view to perfect youth in their Mother Tongue, as well as to enlarge their ideas in general. Probably first third of 19th century (1800-1833). Definitely printed by Edward Baines of Leeds. 6¾" x 4", 112pp, full brown leather, hardback. Front board marked with rings (used as a place-mat), loss at head and foot of spine, spine rubbed, edge wear; front-free endpaper, title-page, any blank prelimes that were originally present and page 1/2 missing; back-free endpaper and any other blanks at the back missing; ins. on front-free endpaper, some scribble at back, however, text nice and clean, not brittle, generally in reasonably good shape. Average.
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freedo, reedom

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kind (free root); un- and –ness (derivational affixes);

noun phrases like magnetic inclination angle

Euphemistic names: “cleanliness over barbarity”

(7) Background for Paris Hilton and Riemann1.
(6)b is the Riemann Hypothesis, the most famous unresolved conjecturein all mathematics.
2. For a declarative sentence R, to know whether R is to know that R (if Ris true) or to know the denial of R (if R is false).
(8) Paris Hilton and Riemann in the Standard Theory1. There is only one necessary truth, so whichever of (6)b and its denial istrue expresses the same proposition as
(6)a.2. Paris Hilton knows that Paris Hilton is Paris Hilton.
3. So if (6)b is true, then Paris Hilton knows that all nontrivial zeros of ζhave real part 1/2.
4. And if (6)b is false, then Paris Hilton knows that not all nontrivial zerosof ζ have real part 1/2
.5. Hence, Paris Hilton knows whether all nontrivial zeros of ζ have real part

As pointed out to the author and Shalom Lappin by Howard Gregory (p.c.),the source of the granularity problem is the antisymmetry of entailment a smodelled in the standard theory, which arises directly from the modelling of propositions as sets of worlds (which themselves are ontological primitives `a laMontague and the later Kripke and of entailment as the subset inclusion relation on the powerset of the set of worlds. There is simply no getting around the fact that the inclusion relation on a powerset is an order,and therefore antisymmetric

4.1 Hyperintensional MeaningsOur theory starts by introducting types for hyperintensions, which replace in-tensions as our models of Fregean senses:(17) Meanings are Hyperintensions (not Intensions)The set of hyperintensional types is defined as follows:1. 1 is a hyperintensional type;2. Ind and Prop are hyperintensional types;3. If A and B are hyperintensional types, so are A × B and A ⇒ B4. If a :: A ⇒ Bool is closed and A is a hyperintensional type, so is Aa.5. Nothing else is a hyperintensional type.The corresponding extensional types are defined as follows:(18) Exte

3We remain agnostic for the time being as to whether the well-pointed toposes suffice forapplications to NL semantics. But for familiarity, we will speak of the models as if they werewell pointed, e.g. ‘set’ for ‘object’, ‘subset’ for ‘subobject’, ‘function’ for ‘arrow’, ‘preorder’for ‘internal preorder object’, etc.4The definition of corresponding extensional type for a lambda-definable subtype of a givenhyperintensional type is omitted here because of space limitations, but see [16

(p |= truth)
(falsity |= p)
((p and’ q) |= p)
((p and’ q) |= q)
[((p |= q) (p |= r)) → (p |= (q and’ r))]
(p |= (p or’ q))
(q |= (p or’ q))
[((p |= q) (q |= r)) → ((p or’ q) |= r)]
[((if’ p then’ q) and’ p) |= q]
[((r and’ p) |= q) → (r |= (if’ p then’ q))]
((not’ p) (if’ p then’falsity))
[(not’ (not’ p)) |= p]

3. Nothing in the theory enables us to prove equality for any of the pairs

[1] R. Adams. Theories of actuality. Nous, 8:211–231, 1974

objects, viz. those which are false English sentences. Now of course (c) is contradic-. tory. In other words the semantic conditions of the components of ...

The cognitive structure underlying the apprehension of EA English is not based principally on the process of derivation from an already existing language, but almost represents the creation of a new language. In the present article I will argue that the English fragments that appear in East-Asian contexts are experienced on a relatively immediate level of cognition that in many cases does not refer to linguistic models of the host language (Japanese, Korean, Chinese). I am aware that writing about a fluent phenomenon like EA English is difficult because the attribution of an expression to either decorative English, simply false English or a genuinely new way of speaking is often debatable. Many cases overlap. Still I will try to crystallize what appear to be the most general features of EA English.

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Dear Sir,
we truly appreciate your manner of communication.
How do we know about all these crap that you are posting ?
Because Julia and then that man the onwer of the apartment ( he has phone numbers of Julia - it is possible right ? or is it still crap as you say ? we don't care how and why they keep contact ! ) contacted us and asked for explanations and advise with the issue of what to do with all that crap that you spread all over the forums.
We have never recieved any letters from you about refund during 6 months after you stopped using our services at all. Because this is the period we keep our records and this is the only period any refund is possible at all. You are talking about some computer - what computer ? You have never ordered any computers from us. You presented your lady with computer by yourself - discuss this issue with her.

Dear Sir
we do not understand something - Julia learnt English you have paid for , she spoke in English with you , right ?
she was communicating with you using the computer you presented her with. Right ?
So , go and take all these things from her ! not from us. How can we do it ?
The actual thing is that you still want to get into contact with Julia and still love her and still want to marry her.
All your threats here and there has one aim - you want Julia back , the lady who just does not want to be with you, who is real and changed her mind about you.
We are not afraid of anything , of police or militia or embassy or whatever because our records are clean and we pay taxes and we are working on legal bases.
We have told you - with your proofs that services or items you have ordered were not delivered - we can refund you money at once after we have these proofs. But only during 6 months after the actual order.
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Honey, I want to thank you for more English classes that you ordered for me. This is so great and so nice. I appreciate that a lot. I am so happy to learn English for you dear.
But it was not the most special and indeed very expensive surprise that you have made for me, for my brother, for my family, for the future of our lives, of my family too.
I was presented with notebook. The manager came to my home on Sunday evening and she brought big package. I did not know what to expect , but she was smiling and telling me how lucky I am with you. She took out notebook from the package ! Luckily Yura was at home too and we all together started to look.
What i noticed at once that it was of nice purple-blue mix color, the top of it. It was nice and I like it and it was unusual because I saw our boss she has usual silver notebook and now I am not a boss and will have even better notebook ! . I asked why it is opened and manager told me that they put programs to this notebook so I do not need to buy any additional programs. I asked her how I will use it but Yura said that he will teach me all and will show me all how to use. It was sweet and in general - I am still under big surprise and impression and I have real lack of words to tell how special you made me feel.

Dear, I was at the translation company on Friday waiting for you to contact me, but you never did. I was so sad. I was waiting for 2 hours and went home very sad. Why you did not contact me honey?
Dear, it would nice to set up the trip for early July, and I think that you do not have to worry about the visa. It is just a year ago when I did not have to get a visa to go to Hungary, but rules have changed, but it is ok.
About the job, I do not want to quit it. I do not know what it would be in the future, so I do not want to stay without the job then.

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Okay now down below will be from the Ukraine-club it is from when I was writing Julia Valyaeva (Pro-dating section)

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