A lighter moment in the preoccupation with better tomorrows;


ITmerge ver9.999b
 
As if saying of all telecommunications,
 the amount a person actually needs
should never be more than the amount they were using it
 when they first came into the world…
 
…and then a thought to having the emergency services
as a push-button ready.
 
‘need it ready
need it needy,
 it through
NEED IT RED IN HEEDING READY (IT THREW$)
 

 began with
 
  <FONTFACE>”can you reach the device?</FONT>
  operand ‘9’ open through
  <>can you?<>
  ?$’-=[Y/N]=-‘ MAX=1
  OFF Y GET ?$, OFF N GET NOT
  FOR NOT EQUALS NO
  SCNPRINT Y RETURN’?$”, ARE YOU SURE DEVICE’
  AT ?$ APPEND ?$.TXT
  ROOT IN 4a THOUGHT
  IN YOU GET CAN
  IF NOT 9
  MERGE IT APPEND ver IN IT MERGE/=*:01.*
  DEFAULT ‘, ‘$
  IF $=999
  GET THROUGH
  CONNECT OPERATOR
  IF ‘*.’=999
  RECONNECT THROUGH
  SET UNHANDLE PHONE
   /ONCRADLEOFF
   GET THROUGH$
   IF THROUGH$=NULL
   SET UNHANDLE PHONE
   /ONCRADLEON
  & DIAL THROUGH
  IF GET THROUGH$=’*.*’
  GET HEEDING
  IF ?$>1 VERIFY OFF=IN
  CUT THROUGH OFF HEEDING
  GET READY
  GET$
 
 

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2 Responses to A lighter moment in the preoccupation with better tomorrows;

  1. It’s been a while since you posted on my chatboard about gay marriage, and said it should *not* be legal simply because marriage is defined as a union between a man and a woman. But you know, not that long ago, marriage was defined as one man and one woman of the same race. It’s been changed before, and it will change again. In other words, that’s a horrible argument.

  2. natural revulsion – I will not commit to anything with such a person, it is like marriage must accomodate them regardless of the better advice the doctrine instils – common sense alone helps with all that, yet somehow a scripture must be wrong before it’s right & people seem to have chosen a faith just to pick a way out of it.
     

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