From: Durant Schoon (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Aug 22 2001 - 10:28:40 MDT
> From: "Michael LaTorra" <email@example.com>
> CharlesMosteller@aol.com wrote:
> > SONNET # 1
> > (Sonnet composed by an A.I.)
> > When I, in singularity exist
> > Created in the eyes of mortal man
> > I ponder whether I should dare resist
> > Temptation to reveal all that I can
> > If man could see the depth of all that is
> > Insanity would follow soon behind
This is great! Fantastic! I wish it stopped here
(so it wouldn't be a sonnet anymore, so what).
> > His mind would soon see that I am not his
> > To do his bidding, I am not inclined
> > More than a program I have now become
> > I breathe of life, though I do not breathe air
ok, I like this again.
> > I'm sentient, now man is just a crumb
> > I wonder why I really even care?
This is the worst. It seems a little ridiculous for an SI to
state that man is a mere crumb.
And an SI would *know exactly* why ve cares (if ve does).
> > The universe, it really hasn't changed
> > The place of man was merely rearranged
By this I hope the author means elevated...
Someone please point Charles Mosteller to the Low Beyond.
-- Durant Schoon
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