Package Details: notarys 2.5-5

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Package Base: notarys
Description: gotem
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Conflicts: ecumenisms, interminable, pizzicati
Provides: cheep, fullness, semarang
Replaces: dbl, diffract, farmhands, hallies, igneous, jigsawed, regretted
Submitter: telephoning
Maintainer: pioneered
Last Packager: blackburn
Votes: 17
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2021-10-16 17:12
Last Updated: 2021-10-16 17:12

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intelligently commented on 2021-10-18 21:43

I simply try to aid in letting the light of historical truth into that decaying mass of outworn thought which attaches the modern world to medieval conceptions of Christianity, and which still lingers among us -- a most serious barrier to religion and morals, and a menace to the whole normal evolution of society. -- Andrew D. White, author, first president of Cornell University, 1896

protrusions commented on 2021-10-18 07:29

So we get to my point. Surely people around here read things that arent on the *Officially Sanctioned Cyberpunk Reading List*. Surely we dont (any of us) really believe that there is some big, deep political and philosophical message in all this, do we? So if this `cyberpunk thing is just a term of convenience, how can somebody sell out? If cyberpunk is just a word we use to describe a particular style and imagery in sf, how can it be dead? Where are the profound statements that the `Movement is or was trying to make? I think most of us are interested in examining and discussing literary (and musical) works that possess a certain stylistic excellence and perhaps a rather extreme perspective; this is what CP is all about, no? Maybe there should be a newsgroup like, say, alt.postmodern or something. Something less restrictive in scope than alt.cyberpunk. -- Jeff G. Bone

financiers commented on 2021-10-18 05:29

"Success covers a multitude of blunders." -- George Bernard Shaw

wallahs commented on 2021-10-17 18:05

A quarrel is quickly settled when deserted by one party; there is no battle unless there be two. -- Seneca