Tuesday, January 31, 2006

How to Keep Me From Reading Your Blog: Lesson 4

If you don't see what's wrong with this or this is what your blog looks like, then you are the problem.

Last week, I discussed the resonant effects of the R-59 transistor as it applies to the electronic medium included with the Vortex 88. Today, I'd like to expand on the topic as it applies to the tachyon matrix of the average base structure. If you've spent any time in the field of corodiatrics, you know that an enlarged static core will increase the reaction time by fifteen percent. But it's not like you can't open the rear panel and tweak the beaker chip up to nine-hundred! I don't understand why so many people think the Raptor Compound is unstable at a temperature of sixty-minus-two. I've managed to heat it until the rim vibration achieved stasis many times. But you know what they say? That's what you get you maximize the filaments on a gim-gim coronary capacitor!

See also:
Lesson 3
Lesson 2
Lesson 1

2 comments:

Mauricem said...

Talk about exclusivity...

glomgold said...

Tell me more!