Friday November 21, 2008
Book 10: The Longshoreman of the Apocalypse — Part IV: Fuller's Soap


Kevyn: Listen closely, Lota: You need to step off the third-person high-horse.
Kevyn: Your pronoun issue is a quirk of programming that I can fix in five minutes with a nice, hot logic probe.

We all use pronouns, and we get 'em used on us all the time.

Kevyn: If you want to be treated like a person, then don't correct people when they treat you like they treat each other.
Lota: But. . . people do not always treat each other well.
Kevyn: Another existential moment. Para, this is why simulation is not the same as field testing.