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Jean-net’s revenge - body unstable, perfection’s aim convoluted, genetics push and pull, form changes, she net’s the universe. If you could, what shape would you take? Would it be constant and what would the change mean for you?




>I wish there was somewhere to leave this olive stonelike to posterity you mean? - m


>I would take a ghost-like shape, if there is such a thing! I would like to be able to see all and yet not be seen (unless I chose otherwise). I could then have knowledge of everything, but then there would be no point in being, afterall, the point of being is to gain knowledge - isn’t it?so there’d be no point in there being an all knowing god if there was an all knowing god that is?
It’s a bit like if there was eternity and some kind of survival after death then it;d have to be something we’ve never known or imagined, somhow without a knowing/not knowing, without goals of any kind else it’d become intolerable - Pat

>The sea. Without doubt. The sea, all and nothing at the same time.
>Conchaperhaps that’s the way to live an eternity - Pat
‘an eternity’, why do you envisage parallel eternities Pat - Bi


>i would change into a sparrow - small, hard-working and social.well, I wouldn’t like to be without them - m


>A ladder capable of bending.>Multi-functional - useful in certain situations - a means of escape
Now, what’s the betting that’s exactly what you’re like - Bi
Aren’t we all = mav


>I would take the form of a Moebius Strip. >Having only one side would save on clothes expenses. >It there a 3D version of the moebius strip? >(I remember something about a Klein bottle?….)where would your innards go, how would you know which was which or what side you got out of the bed that morning? - Bi
Like the universe being a turned inside out tennis ball, is the ball cut first? - mav


>I WOULD LIKE TO SEE ALL PEOPLE OF ALL NATIONS TO UNITE
as a shape, all stuck together, it could take an age when we want to have a pee - m


>The shape of a butterfly, flying and changing all the time. Hassia Yerushalmiwell I suppose they do and change everything else too, we all do. - Bi
Nah, it’s to change, wing shape, iridescent colour I think and balance - mav


>a dog
a mixture of every kindo of dog we’ve ever labeled, eh? m


>I would become as calm as an Octagon - Pac Manbut what if a crowd got inside and created a stir Octagon - Bi


>Pentagon, you can’t tile a surface just with pentagons. With
hexagons and pentagons, however, you can tile a sphere. Daveso you’re social, not wanting to be pentagon, hexagon and the sphere yourself but share the functions? Pat

>I’d neaten the edge>Franc
I'd be the edge
Bi

>empty
Aren't we all sometimes
Mav

>If I was spherical, I could roll to work, bounce along the song words, joggle in the lottery ball-pool. >Yours, Hi-res
What if the computer (knowing the playful fickleness of computers) never chose you and each week, in the ball-pool party held late every Saturday carrying on to early Sunday mornings, you had to listen to the boasts of balls who'd fell down the tube on many occasions, even having a record of their selections kept by the BBC - what fame some balls do have
Mav

>I would become someone unknowingly, to taste what they feel when back in in my form. What it would be to know someone intimately. >Reginald
Would you tasting, savouring what you felt, when you were someone else unknowingly, know then yourself intimately?
Mav

>ghgbv
You want to be the keyboard when it writes its own thing, I've met a few of those but haven't found a translator, yet
Mavah, to be or not to bee?
what choice does a bee have?
Mav
Do we care if be wants to be, perhaps being would like a holiday, even if only a day out with a packed lunch or a hot dinner prepared by
Mava stone boat from a zen garden
My garden's not zen only promiscuous, a stone boat could be the balance
Mav

>Testing, testing. This is predictable !
shaping up to the predictable,
perhaps you like this is security or
Mav

>a magic carpet flying between night and day
and the time when, do you remember, one didn't become the other. We thought it an eternity flying the gap between the two, those were the endless nodaynights
Mav

>no constant shape>can fit anywhere>universal genetic mess>strange mishap
love messes, mishaps, oooh and Miss Shapes in particular
Bi

>the shape of a web, strong and flexibleand can be set up almost anywhere and easy to change location, great
Pat
Not if your a fly
Mav


>Get a proper day job!>Tony Pieretti, Computer Programmer.What would the job be? Don’t you regard being a computer programmer as a proper job? Perhaps an improper night job
Bi


>I prefer the shape I am - at least I am familiar with it and understand it. >RTDo you think it’s so constant then? I tend to agree more with Davey Boy
Pat

>Let my form make the changes - let my changes make my form. >Davey Boy.


>Peter Thomson, Councillor in Newcastle just visiting your site at the Laing on opening night. I run an Arts Studio in South Shields which supports people living with mental and emotional distress, as well as many others.
>I like what \i have seen but it is very busy . So I will get back to you with some more feelings.Hi Peter, hope you do sometime, I’d like to know more about what you do at the Arts Studio? What kind of space is it - hope wheelchair users in a similar situation have access to support and facilities? It’s often impossible for people with a physical condition and a psychological one to join in with any support systems. Upstairs spaces always seem to be more plentiful, we had a local Mind organisation, the building it used was divided into its shop downstairs and all the activities, including counselling took place in the upper stories. There were no lifts. This says something more to and about Disabled people, than just being a dammed nusiance for us


>The changes would bring change, but for the better or the worse. >Q.both I expect, though how we make the judgment is sometime difficult and changes
Mav


>Skippy the Bush Kangaroo says “Bollocks”Lilly Savage said you’re a bit downcast Skippy, still nothing wrong with bitter and twisted better than boringly sweet and straight
Bi

>Try Radox-JRFor a shape, don't think I'd like it - Mav


>Keh?>M.>eh?possibly - Mav


>One can lose sight of reality in the net - AlanSo many realities, can't keep sight of them all - Mav


>Time must hang heavy>Monofilamentbut what has been is past forgetting
Bi


>a waterfall constantly moving but always there. brianrestfull, irritating, dynamic or all three? mav


>f all this is complete incomprehensible rubbish bring back true art and stop laughing
all the way to the bank you posturing talentless poseur . dont think we dont see through
your little game signed leonardo da vinci Don't bring your tantrums here just because Brain Sewell criticised your work. You able-males must take your alien culture, limited judgment and fight it out between yourselves
MavIt's yet another forgery, can you imagine talking in such terms, 'true art' indeed, p-l-e-a-s-e Though being a queen might be something I have familiarity with, I wouldn't be heard dead or alive using the royal 'we'
LenI would choose the shape I am. The change I desire is change in other people’s bodies. - Dafydd.What to? Mav


>Peter Thomson trying to respond again. The Arts Studio in S.Shields is not accessible I’m afraid. Its the Old Synagogue, lovely building but,It sounds interesting, I'd like to see it or I suppose I'd like to photograph it

>The rear would be where access adaptations would be easiest but...The basement is rented by Womens’ Health In South Tyneside not by the Arts Studio. Couldn't there be some sharing, compromise - surely Women's Health is about pschological, emotional support too

>So typical range of excuses ie we would love to be wheelchair accessible but... well sod it my staff and I have taken wage cuts this autumn to keep the project open and there just is not the 9,000 needed to get chair lifts etc. Yes it is tough though more so for us who face exclusion all round, still it's good to have an awareness and to push the needs of all people for this kind of resource (The 'Mind' organisation I mentioned started with meetigs in an accessible building but abandoned these when it got it's building!)

>Anyhow I love the paintings a lot though I am not so sure about the creative writing course and the Gallery is closing so I have to go again.Tell me more about the creativity, if you come in again
Mav

>I am happy with my shape as it is. Sometimes it is the shape of the person nside that does not fit. What shape is honesty and being true to yourself? Best Wishes, Mike.I think it's often changeable Mike but we so like the security of things staying the same, both with our bodies and our personalities


>CIRCLE MR.A.
I WILL Mr ?


>dark is not the opposite of light >it is the absence of lightlight's the absence of some dark
MfI would like to be a triangle because if anyone tries to sit on me they'll hurt themselves.
By Barry Stephens 10R.that's true unless you were a soft triangle, a drawing or a jelly triangle. Suppose you thought you were hard so didn't move out of the way but you find you're a written triangle just as they squash you
Mav


>fish annnow I know ruth ann from northern exposure
Bi
I'll tell ann who's just ann but she'll like fish ann
Mav

A cat, cat's can't type and so dont have to work in offices
Class.Perhaps they can but are clever enough not to
Mav


>Spiral Jennie a spiral Jennie, nicer than the history lesson spinning jenny, would it have worked has well though
Mav


>Just testing.>The Mirror.and did it reflect anything?
Bi


>fOR THE BODY TO BE UNSTABLE, ONE MUST ASSUME THAT THERE IS A PHYSICAL BODY. I.E. LIMITATIONS. I WOULD PREFERE TO HAVE NO PHYSICAL LIMITATIONS.>JAEI'd like no political ones Jae
Mav


>hello, mav, mf or anyone, im mic d.hello mic d.
An Yone


>Stuart AGAIN! I would like to be a small triangle so at school I could live in the shape drawer.Hi Stuart Again, what shape's the drawer or does it change too?
Mav

mer man , constant whilst in an aquatic nvironment.chance to live in a diffferent but known support medium.isounds good to me
Mav
It is good
merme


>big and round with a cherry on top>signed Alec Fosteryou might be eaten though
Mav


>Liquid>snakeNow that's more my line
Bi

>a perfect circle of green. this would be variable, and have a variable What? What? A variable what? Don't go tell us
Bi


>Hello, my name is Christopher. I am 10. I would be a hexagon because I could fit on to other hexagons and we would feel safe.Would you live in an hexagon world Christopher or just be free floating in space?
Pat
Hope you wouldn't mind mixing with a few tetragons, octagons, heptagons and triangles, particularly triangles as they'd be kind of like your cousins
Mav

>I would be cow-shaped, big and proud, or maybe cows are not naturally that shape, but genetically
engineered to be unweildy. I would be mad-cow shaped- wiry, deliberately withholding my milk,
jumping over the moon!
yours,>Hi-Resand a/m would find where to get a pair of stretchy friesan-pattern leggings from a friend of a friend
and with her walk whilst wearing them, would empty the supermarkets
Bi
about milk, avoid the ai or bull or keep it for the calves,
whatever, I know we'd never be the advert cows singing joyously about giving away our calves milk
for butter whilst our young are taken away from us - how they demean the cow and reveal themselves
Pat
Where are the cow sanctuaries and protests against the cull?
Why do other animals matter more with donkey sanctuaries and
protests against the culling of seals?
Is it because we think of them as product not animal?
Mav

>I would like to take the shape of a tape.>Signed: Arthur.You could have your life history on tape then Arthur
Mav

>I WOULD CHANGE TO RELAXION AS I NEVER HAVE TIME TO DO ANY.

How relaxing
Bi


>shape would be changing all the time reflecting my moods and feelings of the moment which are mixed and confused how would you help me be more stable?>tunivielperhaps I wouldn't, perhaps I'd let you do that for yourself by listening/reading your explorations of yourself and ask if you wanted to explore further
Mav

>i would be a worm, channelled like those of all times>diamondthought it was worn channel and wondered do these time worms leave a cast?
Mav


>The shape of a starfish, then falling down the stairs would be like doing a very impressive cartwheel -
>Derek:)would you still be intact at the bottom though or wouldn't it matter in he glory of the cartwheel?
Mav


>i would take the shape of a whippet.I'd like the shape of the curve and a set of 10 whippets
Bi


>The shape I would take would have to be a fluid, where shape is in a constant flux.>This would physically reflect the many mental attitudes we all have. >It would be an ideal flexible form.>rktld@wmin.ac.ukwould it have been better if we all did change shape reflecting psychological/emotional states?
Mav

THIS IS THE SHITEST COMPUTER THAT I HAVE EVER BEEN IN IN ALL OF MY SHITE COMPUTER LIFE.get out of it then. How did you get in there in the first place - you're supposed to use computers not get trapped in them silly thing?
Bi


>Sometimes a different shape, like the old welsh skin changer (my patron saint) sometimes this shape, the change would mean projecting my imagination ,like making art, with words or images, but with my shape.like a dancer or something else?
Mav

>"Don't approach me today, I'm a Dragon!" stephen
> stephen@congress.demon.co.ukquite like dragons
Ida


>If I was as free as a bird>I'd be as high as a Kite.I'd be flight

>I would take the shape of a mole
># fgjjskin mole, animal mole, spy mole?


>Self depreciating RhombusKinds of flat fish including trout, I get
we like the idea of everyone in a self depreciating mood, displaying this by changing into a flat fish - If moods altered our shape, dishonesty of feeling would be more dificult
Pat


>circle beacause i could get around quicker
> bobaround to what, bob?
Mav


>....jellied eels lav a dack
> ronnie 'n' reggie 'n' babsYou'd all be numerous eels or all exist as the one jellied eel - soon to be eaten?
Mav

>
>
>Sometimes a different shape, like the old welsh skin changer (my patron saint) sometimes this>
>
>with my shape.>
>like a dancer or something else?>
>Mav>Maybe a dancer, "He who does not dance, does not know" (St Mary's Gospel).>But I think I meant more adopting a diferent shape utterly, >like the shape of another animal, or even of another person."the change would mean projecting my imagination ,like making art, with words or images, but with my shape."I was interested in this part of your message - I'd like to do a piece of work involving movement, not taking the usual movements of dance, traditional or contemporary but some other ideas I have and I thought "projecting my imagination ,like making art," was stimulating as it seemed to suggest freedom from too tight a definition of shape
Mav


>the future is out there waiting to be created.
>join us in utopia!
>dave@animha.demon.co.uk
>www.awn.com/animhasee reply on Mf's first response page

Hopefully, by the year 2000, I will be sooooo rotund and dead fat. Secretly thats what all women want.
Donna aged 8 and a halfGlad you know what you want to be and how to achieve it, Donna. I don't think that's secretly or otherwise what all women want but it interests me that you think you can know something so impossible to know. How did you come to that conclusion?
Mav


>to mavo>i dont know who u r but give me info now about being an artist or i’ll kill you dead
>from holly age 8Why are you that desperate Holly and what do you want to know about being an artist?
Mav


>I'd be a wave, ever moving in the flux of the universe>- Gen Jaynot just water but sound etc. you mean a kind of wave ideal?
Mav

>Me and my sister Hannah got rats for Christmas.
Should we make them into ratatouille? - Izzy are they dead or living rats?
Pat


>The exterior qualities of the human shape aren't relevant to our true beings.If you became formed somewhat differently from that conventionally accepted you'd find it was quite relevant to your life, to the person you become. I don't accept the notion of 'true being', some essential self not affected by the circumstances of ones life. I don't think I'd wish it that way either, I'd just like us to acknowledge the forces which affect our lives and see if we can change the forms our attitudes take
Mav


>I'd be Kirsty, cos she's lovely.
>SIMMA. >asimpson@mail3.ncl-coll.ac.ukI wonder is she there as you write this - does she know if not?
Mav
How would you feel about her if you were her though?
Pat


>When I'm dead and burried and a tree is planted above me I'll start to decompose and will finally be part of the dance of the universe which I will then understand.>Dillanand anyway Dillan, would it be so terrible not to, then
m


>I should become a painting of a stiff victorian horse. The more so as to gallup away from the Laing leaving valuable hanging space for more modern stuff.I'd like to see you, so perhaps you'd tour Britain with elements, turned to movement, from other paintings?
Mav


>Space is strange, isn’t it? I feel connected to the earth and so to be able to see it all at once while seeing no umbilical cord binding me to her - like looking at god. >I was walking to college this morning while listening to a tape a fiend did for me - it started off slowly and picked up until I percihow I'd like someone to continue that story, not necessarily coming to a onclusion, just seeing where it might lead
Mav


>...>Thanks for introducing these thoughts to us. >Take Care,>Kate M and Sam B (4th year Medics)I wondered what your thoughts might be on the other trail questions?
Mav


>WOULD IT BE POSSIBLE TO BE AN ETHER? OR IS THE PHYSICAL NECESSARY TO CONCIOUSNESS? DORISmmm, very interesting question - part of me must believe the physical necessary yet other mes don't want to


>A CONSTANTLY VIABLE SEXUAL CHAMELEON CAPABLE OF INSTIGATING A VARIETY OF SENSOUS SCENARIOUS INVOLVING BOTH PAIN AND PLEASURE AND ALL POSSIBLE GENDERSthe problem is when you're the only such chameleon around
m


>A liquid which could mold itself into any form it wanted. Mas Drawand stay that shape until you decided to change it rather than the container of you the liquid changing?
Mav

>It would be nice not to be confined to one shape, the sort of freedom one has with prose. I write fiction and that’s the main way I make art, but music and images matter too, and shape.
> Stephen Allcroft stephen@congress.demon.co.ukWhat kind of fiction, I write but fragments as I'm also phobic about writing
Mav


>I would like to be a perfectly round shape and bounce and roll and move effortlessly around. I would be made a soft rubber that changed colour in different lights. I would be.you had me entranced until the last sentence as I find thought of 'perfect and beautiful' difficult to place
Pat


>fat and round becuse i coud scwoush peopleyes I can just hear that
Mav


>I WOULD BE A PHYSICAL THOUGHTjust one thought or would you change?
Mav


>GOOD AFTERNOON TO YOU FROM C AND HER MAN WAYNE (SHE WANTS TO REMAIN ANONYMOUS). THERE IS A SILLY OLD MAN OPPOSITE WHO THINKS WHAT YOU SAY IS “GOBBLEDEGOOK”. THAT APART,THE SHAPE THAT C WANTS IS OF RUBBERWOMAN, WHO COULD PROGRAM HER VIDEO AND TICKLE ME WITHOUT MOVING FROM THE COMFORT OF HER/MY SOFA. ME? ....A DANCER OR A GYMNAST,WHO WOULD HAVE POWER, GRACE AND STRENGTH. IS THAT PART OF THE CULT OF THE BODY BEAUTIFUL?Hello C & Wayne
“GOBBLEDEGOOK”, good, I've always wanted a second language.
The problem with the idea of body beautiful is it's so limiting - I watched some programs on choreography recently and thought just because arms, legs, body can be extended in such ways it doesn't mean need to constantly extend them so or throw the body about to the capacity of it's strength - it seemed so restricted in it's abandonment
Mav


>cleo would like to be a dancing star
>juliaWhat kind of dance?
It'd be interesting to choreograph a few stars
Bi


>SPHERICAL>BALLSwhy not triangular ones?
Mav


>Fluid. They are unbreakable and incapable of violence.
Love Rebis xxxthey drown creatures
m


>If body = shape, then we might try and remember that there is little we can do with our shape that is unique...the body is just a shell, if you like (excuse the hippy-shit!).I don't see it needs any excusing - I quite like the thoughts expressed so..
Mav>Lets look at the inside more. The soul/spirit/whathaveyou is what we are; we hitch a lift in our bodies.


>water, no nets would catch me but what about buckets and dams?
m

>Eh?yep, I'd be that shape too
art


>This image reminds me of the 'kick galvanic', the serpent-woman who endangered man. Part of the Possession mystery. >KTthat's interesting except man endangers himself
Pat


>This is a test
>WarrenHi Warren. go on then I'm ready test me - I'll fail but I'm ready
Mav


>Fearsomely visionary fissionary missionary positionary.
Yes, that would be the shape,yes it would be constant
and it would mean an awful lot to me.You wouldn't find it tedious? I mean having all those visions and fissions, doing those missions and taking those positions might get a bit tiring in their repetitiveness
Mav


>I would like to be a 365 sided shape.Then I would have a side for each day of the year.On a leap year I would lay flat!Thanks, now I know why leap years are so difficult, I never know which facet of my personality to be on the 29th
Bi

>would be an appleWhat would you be when I've eaten you?
Bi


>PANTHER would that be just the shape or the personality, the entire entity - do they match?
Mav


>Thu Jan 23 15:56:31 1997 >I WOULD BE A QUESTION MARK.>Thu Jan 23 15:56:33 1997 >I WOULD BE A QUESTION MARK.>Thu Jan 23 15:56:34 1997 >I WOULD BE A QUESTION MARK.3 question marks, denoting 3 questions? Might have been better than 3 wishes
m


>a bird because i could watch football matches at stjames parkbut would you want to then - all that hovering or would you fly wherever the ball went causing distraction to the players?
Mav

>kim
>chocolate
but how long would you last?
Mav


>jay
>football goal
would you move?
Mav

>a kangeroo shape is the shape for me.it would not be constant
> emily hajek
is a kangaroo, is any creature?
m

>samantha
>house
a home of your own?
m

>BRILLIANT!
>THE OSMOSIS WAS JUST BRILLIANT IT FELT LIKE I WAS...
>COULD YOU TELL ME HOW IT IS DONE PLEASE
>MARK FALCUSI don't know, Mark but let me know when you find out
Bi

> amorphic and green, like snot.
>jpit isn't always jp
Mav


>i like your paintingsThanks - do you paint, what would you like to paint?
Mav


>HELLO I WOULD BE A DOG WITH 567 EYES AND 4567 9 ARMSso you'd be pretty large and not know what to look at first? What would you do when your arms were full or if you knocked the funny bone in one and it started all the others off?
Mav?


>There are no constants in an ever unfolding pattern. Your shape is irrelevant. Technocrats will rule but the shape of us all will be dictated by our eternal creator the supreme microsofthave a little faith
m

>A SQUARE - QUADROPHONIC PERSONALITY, AND NOT BECAUSE I'M REALLY BORING....HONEST!!I think to be really boring, triumphantly boring not just mediocre boring would require a lot of skill but I'll believe you if you're not that skillful
Mav


>I WOULD BE A PURE ENERGY WAVE STOPPING ONLY TO FEED THE WILDEBEAST>HELP ME I AM DYING INSIDE BUT NO ONE CAN SEE IT. I KNOW WE ALL DIE BUT I AM CONCIOUS OF MY OWN FRAGILE SANITY>YOURS
>EDNA BURRIDGE 58 AND THREE QUARTERSHello Edna - no one can see how you feel, what is happening to you, you say, find someone you trust, tell them, don't expect them to be psychic and know without your saying. When there's no one to tell, you can do what you've done with this, that is write/communicate to someone you don't know - sometimes telling a stranger, more than one stranger even, can begin to sort out what you think, what you want to do. Find a safe situation when looking for a stranger.
I'm intrigued by the three quarters when you write your age - why is this important to you?
Listen to your own wildebeest
Mav

>++++++++++++++++++++++++invisible, if that can be a shapeThe invisible man when touched, had shape
Mav


>an inverse of a sphere>the hollows of the webnot the tennis-ball-turned-inside-out-explanation-of-the-universe nor hollow tubes of web magnified but the gentle undulations bought to our screens by BBC2 Open University and moving graphical representations of a sound, our breathing, the history of the spread of populations,?
m


>What football team do you support? I support Newcastle United!!!
>Samuel Waller (10 yrs)
>Alan.Waller@ncl.ac.ukNone but my father supported Port Vale in preference to Stoke City all his life. Does that kind of loyalty still exist amongst supporters or is it all now dependent on how well a club advertises itself as a desirable style-icon?
Someone asked on Ch4 Over the Moon are footballers proffessionals or just very well paid
Mav


>what's going on??? i don't understand??? what did you paint??? and was it good ???serious problem
> mate!!!why is it a serious problem and who for?
Pat


>titsgreen or blue - we've more of the green birds in our garden, less since the neighbour's cat, even the magpies didn't makes it's difference
Mav


>STRAIGHT AND TRUE, NO LONGER BENT AND TWISTED BY THE PAIN OF BEING ME EADbut how tedious is straight, so straight-forward no unexpectedness of twist, no discovery of bend, no shock yes, but no suprise too, how boring
Mav


> I WOULD (AND DO ON A REGULAR BASIS)ASSUME THE SHAPE OF THE OPPOSITE SEX AND ALSO THE SHAPES OF ALL THE PEOPLE I HAVE EVER SEEN OR MET.I DO THIS NOT AS A PRODUCT OF INSANITY,NIETHER AM I A HOMOSEXUAL RATHER SOMEONE WHO IS DESPERATE TO GET THEMSELVES NOTICED . I WOULD BE A HUMAN,I WOULD BE A DEVIL,I WOULD BE BOTH AND FEEL BETTER FOR IT... >S.BARBER PAINTER AND EXPLORERand what shape is you - perhaps a territory worthy of exploration then to image, S. Barber?
Bi

>I would be the shape of a mouse- did you know they could fit through a hole the size of a 5p piece? Maybe we should sent mice down ISDN or telephone lines with little messages tied around their necks- would save on BT bills.
>Hi-Resbut if they’d been made luminous like those in research on mice in Japan, they’d cause flickers on the telephone wires and we’d all panic - pity they can’t get there own back
Didn’t know about 5p piece makes blocking up holes in house a bit redundant!
mav

>insect-kafka-go with it don't struggle- waking suprised but filled with awe, experiment move a leg or two or six, blink no eyelids, vision excitement- NO FEAR.quite like this, a different life (but you would mav)
suppose problem’s vunerability if accidentally or otherwise turned on ones back

>a polygonalorphous blob would be fun.dtbut is fun everything?

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