Joe Provo's Freaky Stuff

Bleed is music, and bleed is a good thing.

-Richard Harte, Mission of Burma's producer


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Peeve-of-the-Moment:
Imprecision in technical areas.

Rather Obvious Catfish Fact Number 506:
He once got someone drunk to sign a check to the Church of the SubGenius.

"The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet."
--Aristotle

I suggest visiting my friend, Jack Jansen.

Want more spew? There's a bug in my office. Let's eavesdrop on the engineers...

And as a parting shot, meditate upon this classic Zen koan:

Some years ago, a young student was walking by the river when he encountered a sage.
Said the student to the master: "What is the secret to insight?"
The master answered: "When the stone is known by the water, then there shall be ox."
At that, the student became Enlightened.

Cheers,
joe