Conclusivity Blog

Your one-stop shopping source for conclusivist art and conclusivism in general. This blog was created back in 2007-2008 and is no longer active.

Posted by Steve Or Steven Read on Thursday, September 27, 2007 at 11:33 AM
Posted by Steve Or Steven Read on Monday, October 1, 2007 at 9:46 PM

Image via Tandy Stevens... "only doctoring done was added Einstein's tongue to that guys pants"

Posted by Steve Or Steven Read on Thursday, October 4, 2007 at 8:56 AM
Holy shit
This is searchable text
And it is poetry too
Samantha brown fox shoehorn babydoll padding
The results of which yield:
hunger samantha torres bio samantha model com ranson samantha samantha
and even:
69 Women 69 V 69 Anthony 69 headed 69 cognitive 69 extreme 69 brown 69 Texan 1 elector 1 keel 1 Griff 1 shoehorn 1 reapplies 1 Lamp 1
The meaning of which is not known
But what is known is that now someone might accidentally find my art slash poetry
A question remains:
Will the the poetry communicate to them
Or will it be considered garbage to be ignored slash forgotten
I lie awake at night, wondering about these sorts of choices
I think the consumer is forced to deal with his/her filter
Their filter may or may not be adjusted as a result
The filter controls content exploration
This filter management is then experience
This text is so far mostly explanation of the poetry and not the poetry
The results of which yield:
The poem does not simplify
A poem is not a football shaped like a cucumber
This is not a poetry salon
And (as often complained) there's not enough poetry in the kernel
And so forth
This is very very good poetry
I like this poetry dot com dot org dot net paris hilton stylez
Oh please don't give up
You might miss something important or life-changing
Or you might not
Only you can decide
The result of which yields:
But again, only you can decide whether you think A.A. is for you
Try to keep an open mind on the subject
If the answer is YES, we will be glad to show you
The best freshest vinyl - for collectors, connoisseurs, and the obsessed everywhere visit
Wrong dates? Next in thread: Re: Only you can decide what to ignore
Do you really want someone else to tell you what to do in your career choice
Only you can decide if your interracial love will stand the test
This vegetable dish can easily double as a
You can decide today what your CMS/VLE of tomorrow will be
How can I expect you to keep reading this information
It is really not very reasonable
Posted by Steve Or Steven Read on Friday, October 5, 2007 at 2:43 PM

Image found on my computer, put there by an Oracle database installation.

Posted by Steve Or Steven Read on Friday, October 5, 2007 at 2:53 PM
Re: PRINTER variable not exported in /etc/profile was: Printing under Cygwin on W2K

Is there a "secret handshake" for http://... style printers? My printer is an IPP connection and lpr gives me an error message saying it cannot find http:\123.456.789.123:80\ipp. I have tried several different combinations of forward and back slashes but to no avail.

I am running Cygwin 1.5.9(0.112/4/2) on a W2K box with Service Pack 4 plus a bunch of hotfixes.

Steven Read - 812/237-3362
Indiana State University

Posted by Steve Or Steven Read on Monday, October 8, 2007 at 1:19 PM
Posted by Steve Or Steven Read on Monday, October 15, 2007 at 11:49 AM

Andy Tegethoff: You are a remorseless cake-eating row-butt from the future!
Steven Read: You are the Alfred E. Neuman of pinball.
AT: You are a 15 ft tall statue of cake, made of pig nipples and wax lips.
SR: You are a deer monster with gold teefs, but your butter-laced youthfulness is inspiring. You might have had a perfect colon except for the crabs living in your gerhard richter.
AT: You have exquisite armpit lobes, shaped like Zoot Horn Rollo and colored the hue of creamy gloves filled with a crumb-crisp coating.
SR: You are a zionist, with hands of footballs, like cheeseballs the size of moped wheels with uncolored watermelon paint. You are your mama!
AT: You are a ziolinist and a fredericker, loading and loading at all hours, hurling the fish of ages into a pit of milquetoast bribery.
SR: You guttural freak featuring pampered legs and worn out ears and silly string hair doo doo bitch.
AT: Why you overgrown clump of fetid cheese fries coated with lemur dung like a tapered octopus mouth chicken leg.
SR: You muther fuckin dung hole of onion ring peepees from another galaxy from another planet of rooster brains beeeoooooaaaaootttch!
AT: You complete waste of bum jism in a coat with pigtails.
SR: You sam-hain induced moronic posterboy for the revolution of ghost warriors living amongst the weeds and slimeys!
AT: My, what a black ding-dong in a bowl of Wheaties with oat paste on toast with moldy butter logs under the melon!

Posted by Steve Or Steven Read on Wednesday, October 17, 2007 at 3:38 PM

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