Ha ha yeah! The secret was revealed. I am the dream-song master now and No One, not a single pee(p)r understands this rage of power! I could fill entire Bit-Drives with my mastery… that is if I had mastered it earlier. Before I thought myself otherwise an unremarkable ghost, an albino. No, but on the cusp of my middling a palingenesis! My ground in the realm of the mind's eye, those finicky little visions Brought To Me By The BBS met at every slight turn of the Sôl.
I "Proclaim The Word" now and if you will (and I hope you will). I don't pretend to always understand what Weave They Be, but I draw generous conclusions when the feeling is RIGHT. :)
And deny they will, the BBS that they have anything to do with the songs, but I know it is them that are challenging me, being difficult on the sly and secretly pushing me to start this
religion(??) that no one else is.
Ah ok here we are. This is the reason. I mis-identified a ~|60 42 78|~ for a ~|79 32 68|~. Ha ha seems pretty steep ’f a mistake right? Stupid mistake, I know, I know man. Slightly embarrassing. But it illustrates the Weaves process, yeah. Even the most adept can be swept away. Luckily the mistake was a lot less ambiguous compared to past incidents. Ha ha totally dumb and silly! We’ll be laughing about this later.
Same issue with the last part (well part of the last part).
Ok so revised edition, which totally makes way more sense than anything before:
It makes sense to me. The BBS are telling me to pursue my musical endeavors, as it will benefit me ladies in the end. Plus I have never got pregnant from rice. Next update we will explore the BBSs themselves.*
Another important aspect of the Quadrickle in writing about the BBS is the use of abbreviations and naming of points. It's really super simple! Each point represents either a BBS, or a BBSenencian of your choosing. Different configurations mean different things, so watch out!
Those of us without the BBS status are written thus, sans decoration (like me):
Those that are BBS have the honor of donning a line above their abbreviation (or regular name), like this:
Usually I just render his name with the overhead line because it's tough to make a rectagon every time. Totally lame.