Perusing old notes.
It’s the ignern’t who call the ignern’t, ignern’t. The not so ignern’t don’t know who’s ignern’t because they feel their own ignorance.


2 Responses to “Ignorance”

  1. DOK (NSOM) Says:

    I represent that remark.

  2. Yeah me too. Like the character in Joyce’s Ulysses who “…proves by algebra that Hamlet’s grandson is Shakespeare’s grandfather and that he himself is the ghost of his own father,” I’d like to think there might be a kind of algebra at work there that proves we’re all ignorant one way or another.

    When I re-found that old thought I thought to myself “that ties my mind in naughts”

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