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GnoetryLeaks: Iran, 1979

February 6, 2011

The overriding
objective at all times should
be prepared for the

nature of the very grounds
upon which the embassy

has been that nothing
is permanent and it is
a waste of events.

Thus, for example,
it is commonly perceived
that hostile forces

abound.  The overriding
objective at all times should

be prepared for the
nature of the world in which
one lives.  This country.

Second, one should be
prepared for the nature of
the world in which the

embassy remain in place.
Statements of intention count

for almost nothing.
Fourth, one should be prepared for
the threat of events.

Thus, for example,
it is a waste of effort.
Perhaps the single

dominant aspect of the
Persian experience has

been that nothing has
changed.  Its antecedents lie
in the breach.  The U.S.

This same quality
also helps explain Persian
aversion to live

in California.  Recent
negotiations in which

one lives.  In dealing
with him he will attempt to
maximize the U.S.

Linkages will be
recognized, let alone that
it will be prepared

for the threat of breakdown in
California.  The Persian

across the table
the mutuality of
negotiations.

In some instances
the difficulties we have
encountered are a

partial reflection on the
perception of Iran in

the U.S.  The Persian
environment.  The Persian
concepts of events.

Given the Persian
environment.  The Persian
across the table

the mutuality of
the very concept of a

rational, from the
Western point of view other
than one’s own actions.

The overriding
egoism.  Given the
Persian psyche is

an almost total Persian
preoccupation with self

and leaves little room
for understanding points of
negotiations.

Given the Persian
environment.  The Persian
across the table

the mutuality of
the Persian experience

has changed.  The Persian
environment.  The Persian
concepts of events.

Finally, one should
insist on trust.  There is no
recognition that

instructions must be made to
know that a tangible quid

pro quo is involved
on both sides.  The reverse of
negotiations.

 

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. eRoGK7 permalink*
    February 9, 2011 5:17 pm

    I REALLY like this one. The repetition is fascinating. I’ve got the phrase “The Persian across the table” stuck in my head now.

    Maybe in a couple of weeks we can start a collaborative gnoem. Google Docs? I’ll see about setting that up. Then we just need to agree on a source cable.

    • February 9, 2011 9:13 pm

      Funny, that. A thread on netartery about social media and poetry got me thinking what the world needs is a wiki-like collaborative poetry generator, kinda like Darwinian Poetry, but with Gnoetry-like interactivity.

      Maybe with eShuttering-like dropdowns instead of random generation. That way you’d be explicity searching a state-space of a given (language model, form) pair, and if you kept all edits, you’d have a distribution over a state space evaluated by the aesthetic preferences of the end-users. (in fact, it’d be REALLY cool if you could explicity visualize that distribution somehow…)

      Unfortunately, I’ve got other things in the queue. :(

    • February 9, 2011 9:47 pm

      > Maybe in a couple of weeks we can start a
      > collaborative gnoem. Google Docs? I’ll
      > see about setting that up.

      Although if it’s just the two of you, you could run VNC (or some other kind of remote desktop sharing app) on the machine you’re running Gnoetry on…

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