Please, crackpots, I am not your sympathetic ear. Stop sending me stuff.
The latest entry in the pile of bogus crapola is a “book”, if you can say that of a 14 page long pdf file that uses a very large and ugly font — this is the tech equivalent of sending someone a long letter written in crayon. Here, you can read it for yourself:
All things are possible: Case study in the meaninglessness of all views By Colin leslie dean. It has more impact in the original Gibberish.
Professional typesetting sets the tone, doesn’t it?
But once you get past the eye hemorrhages from trying to read it, the content…is worse. For instance, he disproves mathematics.
And its negation
It be said that 1+1=2 be a
1 number + 1 number = 1
1 number (2) +1 number (2)
=1 number (4)
So 1 +1=2
1 + 1 = 1
Thus a contradiction in
I love the “blah” in the middle.
Another bonus in his book: he claims to be
Australia’s leading erotic poet. I don’t believe it. I looked at one of his erotic books, and sheep aren’t mentioned even once. (Oh, that was mean of me, and I’m sure you Australians are tired of that joke.)
Yeah, you can read it for yourself. 100 Views of Mons Venus by Hiroshige Basho by c dean. I find myself hoplessly confused by just the title. I’ve heard of Utagawa Hiroshige, the ukiyo-e artist, and I’ve heard of Matsuo Basho, the poet, but not the chimera, Hioshige Basho. And who wrote the book? Hiroshige Basho or Dean? But hey, maybe you’ve got a thing about very short poems that combine “lips” and “petals” with lots of adjectives, and will enjoy the work.