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Posted by Tim on May 4, 2003 15:58:28 UTC

"For that reason, I add "unknowable data" to my lists so as to make all the lists on the wall of my infinite office different."

how does adding "unknowable data" to the lists make those lists unique with respect to one another? it would seem this "unknowable data" what ever it is would be the same so that adding it to each list would not make any given list any more unique than they were in the first place.

i take it he is adding the "unknowable data" to each individual list, or is he just putting up another list that contains "unknowable data" on the wall along with the rest of the lists?
in either case i fail to see how that act makes the lists different from one another.

i am willing to listen and learn.

tim

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