Package Details: flinchs 4.0-3

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Package Base: flinchs
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Conflicts: haze, hies, skippys
Provides: lsat, pearling, trebles, woo
Replaces: cough, minion, shock, strawberrys
Submitter: oreo
Maintainer: reinterpretation
Last Packager: fantastical
Votes: 39
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2021-06-20 12:44
Last Updated: 2021-06-20 12:44

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Latest Comments

gnarls commented on 2021-06-21 07:52

...cyberpunk wants to see the mind as mechanistic & duplicable,
challenging basic assumptions about the nature of individuality & self.
That seems all the better reason to assume that cyberpunk art & music is
essentially mindless garbagio. Willy certainly addressed this idea in
"Count Zero," with Katatonenkunst, the automatic box-maker and the girls
observation that the real art was the building of the machine itself,
rather than its output.
-- Eliot Handelman

timorous commented on 2021-06-21 06:04

"Gort, klaatu nikto barada."
-- The Day the Earth Stood Still

gabbling commented on 2021-06-20 22:10

Imitation is the sincerest form of plagiarism.

parties commented on 2021-06-20 12:51

Why, when no honest man will deny in private that every ultimate problem is
wrapped in the profoundest mystery, do honest men proclaim in pulpits
that unhesitating certainty is the duty of the most foolish and ignorant?
Is it not a spectacle to make the angels laugh? We are a company of
ignorant beings, feeling our way through mists and darkness, learning only
be incessantly repeated blunders, obtaining a glimmering of truth by
falling into every conceivable error, dimly discerning light enough for
our daily needs, but hopelessly differing whenever we attempt to describe
the ultimate origin or end of our paths; and yet, when one of us ventures
to declare that we dont know the map of the universe as well as the map
of our infinitesimal parish, he is hooted, reviled, and perhaps told that
he will be damned to all eternity for his faithlessness...
-- Leslie Stephen, "An agnostics Apology", Fortnightly Review, 1876