CHESS IS A FUN SPORT, WHEN PLAYED WITH SHOT GUNS.
COWS FLY LIKE CLOUDS BUT THEY ARE NEVER COMPLETELY SUCCESSFUL.
"Cows fly like clouds but they are never completely successful.
They just fly in circles around a target for as long as they can. That's the reason why it's impossible to predict what their position will be exactly at any point. They have to keep changing their direction to keep track of their target.
What's interesting is that cows fly like a tornado that is heading straight towards the target. This is because of the wind speed.
This is what they do in their world:
The cow is spinning around. It is trying to keep its head below the clouds. It is looking around to see what is going on around it. As the cow spins around it does a 180 degree turn. It changes its direction. And then it changes its direction again. This process continues forever.
A tornado with no wind."
IT'S BEEN FINE FOR 100 YEARS.
BUT HONESTLY, IF THE REASON YOU CAN'T KEEP A CONFESSION TO A FRIEND IS THAT THEY'VE TAKEN YOUR MONEY,
HOW CAN YOU HAVE A CONFESSION IF IT'S ALWAYS BEEN A LIE?
WHAT MAKES YOU SO MAD ABOUT THE CATHOLIC CHURCH?
SO YOU GO TO CHURCH?
NO, I WON'T GO TO CHURCH, I JUST WANT TO KNOW WHAT THE GODS THINK.
I HAVE TO BE CONFIDENT, BECAUSE OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH,
I HAVE TO BE HONEST.
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH DOESN'T HELP YOU FIND OUT WHAT GOD THINKS.
I DON'T WANT TO GIVE UP MY HANDIWORKS TO ANOTHER AUTHORITATIVE GROUP.
BUT IF YOU
Chess is a fun sport, when played with shot guns.
This is the ultimate expression of that.
A lot of people have asked me why I didn't include it, and I think it's because the rules of the game prohibit this sort of thing. It would be illegal to use guns to play chess.
I would have added the rules to a version that didn't contain this type of action.
When your friend loses to a human player and says "I don't know how you do that, that's just stupid" - this is an indication of what it means to be a robot. If you're a human player, the player who lost was probably better than you - so you are probably not the stupid human. But if you lose, it means you're a robot - and thus the game has been rigged against you, even if it's not a complete sham.
When you play Chess, you have two opponents (two computers) that are very much alike in terms of ability. This is why the game can be so fun to play: The game is not rigged against you - it's rigged against all the other humans! This is why chess is not chess at all: it is a game that can be rigged against you, just as the stock market is rigged against everyone.
One of the best ways to test if you are a robot is to play against yourself.
I am now working on a larger system using a dataset called sentiment140. Email me and I can send links to each one .
I use Firefox all the time, and things seem to work fine and we aren't doing anything non-FF supported I know of, so it should be working for you...
I didn't realize yesterday that you can also click the sections to open them normally. When I do that, the poems expand just fine and everything works. It's the pop ups that confused me, because I thought they are the way you intend users to navigate the page.
Firefox version 69.0.3 (64-bit) on Linux with uBlock Origin 1.23. Screen size 2560x1440, Firefox window expanded maximally. Console log says Loading failed for the <script> with source “https://www.googletagmanager.com/gtag/js?id=UA-18912926-1” - It's probably blocked by uBlock, I guess.
I hope that helps!
Wait... You've been trying to read the page solely via the section popups in the table of contents? The section popups are just there to give you a preview of the section as a fun bonus Easter egg sort of feature. (I thought it was hilarious when we realized we could do it: "yo dawg...".) We never expected anyone to try to read whole pages through the little popups!