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“Algorithm – Feeding a Dog,” by Carl Foster

Jul 4th, 2012 | By

1. Begin

2. Process – Decide whether dog is hungry or not
If yes, go on
If not, do not feed dog.

“NEW YORK: A Practical Guide For Reference When Queried on the Structures and Appurtenances of New York City,” by Carl Foster

May 23rd, 2012 | By

New York was invented in 1825 as a settlement for skydwellers—otherworldly beings that could only acclimate themselves to ground existence by gradually living lower and lower in altitude. This “Great Migration from the Skyspace” as discussed by Dr. M.J. Fox in his L’Hommes Lunare Et Skie was carried out through many of the tallest buildings still standing in New York today, just as they were in the year 1825.