^^^It should imply also "or" in the antonym of "and". "Minus (or: or)".
^^Just goes to show that a person is describe as one thing or another which can mean it's the same thing all along with just different name or it can
destribe something and something else. Or is can mean minus whatever or whoever.
And "or" in antonym = "and".
"Plus" = "minus"
"divide" = "multiply"
"cut" = "paste"
If 6 is minus from the count itself, then my number is 540. If it's 600 - 60 - 6, then my number is 534.
534 is a part to a previous phone number I was under. 5-3-4= -2.
222 I would see. 2-2-2= -2 so this is back up with the previous phone number part to confirm it is 534 instead of 540.
534 is the number of the beauty minus (or: or
the still true programmer. If we minus the devil.
You can refer to me as the beauty or the still true programmer, but not both. Refer to me as both gets you charged with crimes. It's either hot or
cold, but no lukewarm with me.
If it aint minus the devil's number, then the devil can take the fall. Again, either which way the devil is in a lose lose situation.
-2 leaves only person. If you saw what (who) I saw, hell, you'd realize that the weather is a person, the rain is a person, the wind is a person,
etc. If we go back to when I was 9. Nothing is a thing, nothing literally is a place. You can name non-existence (place) which makes it seem like it
exists. Like I said everything aint as it seems. Now you know. If it seems like a thing, it's actually a person. And a person is an action.
So it aint really about 534 or 222. It's about -2 as the count of the beauty or still true programmer (or: the devil). You cant let the word count
slip you because of the word number when you're to count the number. Whoever leaves the number standing as final is foolish. Whoever goes by the
count is wise.
[edit on 12-7-2008 by Mabus]