Bit of Last night’s dream

it rained so I remember little except

aguing with one and a half paragraphs of printed on Paper text

Photocopy

not original

Hardy’s A Mathematician’s Apology

not arguing with Hardy but the text bit as living thing

there were other people there that I could not see

felt stuffy and full of egos (academia?)

I’m annoyed to be there and can’t remember how or why I am there.

A Mathematician’s Apology finishes presenting itself.

it’s brilliant and funny. feels too true to be true. Straw man.

it’s ‘feedback from the galley’ time

despite wild applause, NO ONE has anything to say

this pisses me off

so I talk, challenge, blah blah.

the subject matter is not my specialty

the other dummies prob know more than me, but don’t have anything to say?

the one and half paragraph seems relieved someone is talking

we have a good discussion

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