mental vagrant wrote:This isn't vague. I tend to express myself in fairly concrete terms. My spelling isn't sub-par, i've many idiosyncracies, i'm compelled to do certain things regardless of their respective 'correctness'. A foible of some bilingual person who is moderately insane.mental vagrant wrote::: is an analogue; 1 for 1 mental construct comparison. I think you can do it.Firefly wrote:sorry mental,
Can't seem to get into your game.
Thanks for sharing.
I got your PM btw, great stuff, keep it up :)
Ok.. So it isn't vague, you made a question as you have stated prior and your worried about being misinterpreted about your intentions. Got it. Same goes for all of us.
Why did you do it in the first place? In other words, why should we play?
Is this your value of genius? To have them take your test? You haven't responded to the question, my game or test which was the basis for this thread, and even if you have through your jest shows you would rather genius, real or not, spend time with encriptions when they could spend their time saving the world or most anything else more productive... Which is most anything else.
A simple distraction is usually nice to break the tension or a moment I've reprieve but this is beyond that. For one that has no clue about encriptions and doesn't give a damn about them anyway, where is the value in them trying to begin with? If it was made by Bill Gates or something like that I would try harder because I would be motivated by quriosity. Who are you? What is the prize beyond another useless ego boost, in other words that camel you offered.
I even tried to make it a value worth perusing by making you pay for my efforts by working on the problem I brought up, what is the value of being a genius? But you clearly tossed it aside. Bet you haven't even looked at the one fractal encryption created by nature I do care about that I invited you to study. Solving it is mastering the mind and everything that goes with the mastered mind. Is that not value enough to try? At least I offer a prize.
Vague terms are concretely vague, that's why they are vague. Without the proper context they will remain vague, concretely. Looking for the primer for the primer of the primer of the primer (as where I start from) for no reason but to mentally masturbate is tantamount to a wild goose chase with nothing to chase but an empty orgasm.This isn't vague. I tend to express myself in fairly concrete terms.
I'm just not interested.
Again, thanks for sharing.