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NYU pkisms

pk versus NYU 2006 09 13 Knatz.com’s quotes folder gathers lots of pk quotes. Here I’ll highlight a couple of particularly apposite ones. Those who see the Institution’s ass are beneath the Institutions’ notice. Initially institutions serve their announced purpose: … Continue reading

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pk Quotes Sampler

/ Quotes / Thus sayeth pk: god is to everything what music is to sound. There: I offer the above, in pk blue, as a pk classic. Below I add additional selections, on a range of topics, but in plain … Continue reading

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Owen Parry

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: Macroinformation.org & Knatz.com / Personal / Chat / Favorites / Class / Verbal / @ K. 2005 08 08 I haven’t yet reached the end of my first reading of an Owen Parry novel, … Continue reading

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Misc. pk

/ Quotes / pk / Miscellaneous About pk Quotes: and About pk the Teacher You invented the internet! James Kelly, Attorney at Law Concept is/was ahead of its time Richard Wall You’re a great teacher. zillions, most recently Martha re: … Continue reading

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Smarts pk

Quotes / pk / About pk / My living intellectual hero Billy MacDonald The smartest man on earth! Marcio Ferreira One of the greatest philosophers of the Twentieth Century John Quintero Referencing my founding of the Free Learning Exchange, Inc., … Continue reading

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Writer pk

/ Quotes / pk / About pk / In any taxon, certainly in any personal taxonomy, something can belong to more than one category: someone could have said something to me or about me regarding women and said it to … Continue reading

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Ian McHarg notes

/ Reading Notes / I’ve been quoting Ian McHarg since the 1960s, citing him online since the late 1990s. He himself quoted others: Loren Eisley, for one. I just wanted to link to McHarg’s story about “Next time, no more … Continue reading

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