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The ‘Three Amigos’ Phenomenon

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phe·nom·e·non

fəˈnäməˌnän,fəˈnäməˌnənnounnoun:

phenomenon;

plural noun:

phenomena

a fact or situation that is observed to exist or happen, especially one whose cause or explanation is in question.

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All over the city, across the nation, in far flung corners of the world everywhere.

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The exact circumstances surrounding the inception of ‘The Pile’ has been lost, but can be conjectured about by those with any interest in doing so

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The key event of this century is the demographic explosion of idiotic ideas.

-Nicolás Gómez Dávila

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“The Pile”, still not fully realized (in all its glory), was/is not one of those “idiotic ideas”, though, many have mistakenly thought (which is, generally, what the ‘many’ are well known to do) that it was.

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Please, I beg of you, don’t make me speak this drawing’s name aloud

 

 

In the modern world the number of theories is increasing that are not worth the trouble to refute except with a shrug of the shoulders.

-Don Colacho

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Some knowledge must remain hidden

 

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Do you remember a while back when I mentioned having “a bad feeling about this”?

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Well, if you’re like most, and chances you are, at least somewhat, then, you have completely forgotten.  Luckily for you, being that I am, what you could describe as, a ‘unique individual” I am unable to forget, and so, have been (some would say ) cursed with the responsibility of reminding you.

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Number 21 of the 107 (no one remembers)

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Of all the unanswered questions of our time, perhaps the most important is: ‘What is The Institute’?

 

Whah-zup?

I’m getting emotional. Do you ever get emotional? It’s important. Emotions, that is. They can show you care. You do care, don’t you? I would hope so. Otherwise you are uncaring and that’s bad.

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I ‘borrowed’ this title from George Orwell, who, it just so happens, if he were alive today, would be on my side and agree with me about pretty much everything.

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