January 26, 2013

“WHAT DID YOU put down for number four?”

“I described the curve of an n-dimensional tautology in non-Euclidian four-space, such that one terminal of an observable object X manifests in a bounded series of discrete eigenvalues.”

“What?”

“Why, what did you get?”

“I put down (x+2)(x-2).”

“Oh."

“What are you talking about, though? Eigen-whats?”

“Nothing. Nothing. Forget it.”

“Are you kidding?”

“I shouldn’t have said anything. I got, um, what you got. That parabola.”

“Parabola?”

“Jesus Christ. Forget it, forget it.”

“What about number seven?”

“A kitty cat.”

“I guessed 3y-2.”

“I described the curve of an n-dimensional tautology in non-Euclidian four-space, such that one terminal of an observable object X manifests in a bounded series of discrete eigenvalues.”

“What?”

“Why, what did you get?”

“I put down (x+2)(x-2).”

“Oh."

“What are you talking about, though? Eigen-whats?”

“Nothing. Nothing. Forget it.”

“Are you kidding?”

“I shouldn’t have said anything. I got, um, what you got. That parabola.”

“Parabola?”

“Jesus Christ. Forget it, forget it.”

“What about number seven?”

“A kitty cat.”

“I guessed 3y-2.”