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Somebody said we are, like dude, always changing the contest. What’s that mean? What contest? We don’t play no games around here, buddy! And we’re not an invertebrate either.

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It’s not what was said, it was that we constantly shifted context with an ‘x’ and that we were pretty much incurable. Inveterate, not invertebrate. OMG, pay attention.

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You mean like we are walking along in New Orleans on a lovely day in shorts and a t-shirt and suddenly we are in the Swiss Alps with snow up to our, uh, backsides and our huaraches don’t keep our feet warm and we are always going somewhere else. Cote d’Azure next time, maybe?

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Well, sort of like that. But, we don’t have huaraches, we have sandals.

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Sandals good, shoes bad! That’s all I got to say on that. Hey, (pausing to think) maybe we could write a book and change context every chapter. Want to give it a go?

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I think you couldn’t go a whole chapter in context. I have severe doubts you could stay on target for more than a line or two. But never mind all that. You believe that chaos is fundamental, the singularity from which all existence springs and returns to, right?

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Uh, sure, of course. Anyone who knows anything knows that. Well, some want to believe otherwise in spite of overwhelming evidence so don’t believe this, not so much. Chaos is the natural order so we are never out of context because we are a child of this chaotic uni-verse and thereby bound by the fundamental law of chaos. In the big, big picture anyway. I’m so, so relieved you reminded me of this. I have to tell Hariod right away.

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Uh, I think she knows without you telling her. (Overwhelming evidence? Bound by the fundamental law of chaos? I’m not even going to ask.)

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