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 "So that's thworn?"
 Thworn. Pre- thworn. Post- thworn. Past- post -pre- pre- post- thworn. Take your skip.
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 " 'Koby stood in Imagination Station with the unnaturally frozen posture of a cheap budget afternoon anime character whose animator had gotten piss sick of drawing him by the end of the episode. His short vaguely triangular arms sporadically flapped manically in frustration whenever they got tired of their depressed motionlessness inadvertantly reflecting his depression with impressive . Others idly tapped their briefcases or shopping bags with infinite attention to detail: the crowning achievement of immortal 3-D animators who had spent eternity knocking out the details of their characters' subtle idling shifting when standing still just to be able to say of the challenge of making computer animation as close to real life as possible, "we finally beat the game!"
 
 
 " 'At the very least, their movements --if advanced but not perfect--momentarily attatined the unchallengable farce of perfection juxtaposed Koby's 4-frame motion monotony. The distinction was so perfect even witnessed in a physical environment as vague and dream-like as that it didn't seem it could possibly be more drastic even if it was observed in the setting of a real mundane physical reality--such as Earth--where the actual placement of a real life cheap anime manga rip off character would likely disrupt the very laws of physics if not obliterate them completely.
 " 'Visual representations of his inner psyche aside, Koby seemed sunk in the most thorough and complex introspection Skip had ever witnessed. This might have had something to do with the fact that Skip...
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have had much of a memory at all for as long as he could remember (he couldn't remember), but a full of the matter would have to be tabled along with the now- already- tabled representations ofKoby's psyche, as there were more pressing things to get into at the moment (such as getting the hell on with the now- long- tabled scene itself), and little time to do it. (Given the that the local laws of grammar allowed a singular second utilization of the word "there" following an already- established plural use. (Not that the artistic medium portaying a real life--or vaguely semi- real- life--\\\ could have any actual effect on the happenings themselves outside of an absurd - suicidal attempt the two for \\\\\\\\\\\\a comedic effect, but you get the point (hopefully))).
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 " 'Although, the task of properly relaying the scene in any case may have been one pre-doomed to failure, because the person narrating--the other main protagonist in the scene, though if one scantly revealed so far, especially for the rare person who'd read enough of this bizarre self- genius- medium- surpassing- narattion-within-dialogue- disgustly- proper- accepted- literature- etiquette- violating---' "
 "Koby!!"
 Like a last wind banishing a bleak storm, Koby silenced the innapropriate light his young friend was making of the situation with a yell of his own name (strangely enough), inverting Skip's words from a farced mirthful immaturity to ones genuinely heartfelt and serious. They were so close to real, actual prose that Skip could imagine that somewhere out there, his narrations had finally blended into the stories around him, forever masking any residual differences between narrating via dialogue and atual official narration apart from spoken phrases enclosed by quotation marks, however contrived any explanation equating the two for the benefit of the freer. (Such as this one.)
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 Koby squirmed in astronomical frustration. Or at least it was Skip's best guess at the emotional state that Koby's detail-void animation conveyed. Perhaps Koby was even frustrated with his lack of visually expressing his emotions itself, because the scribbly self-similar fractal puffs of anger coming off the top of his head seemed pissed it couldn't do better to visually convey Koby's--and its own--complex emotional state. Perhaps it was Skip's imagination, but the badly drawn scribbly poofs--that might not even have been recognizable as such sans the context of their location above a character who already showed signs of frustration--seemed subtly laced with a complex self-similar nature, as if a child had drawn a picture of a barnyard animal with a crayon a future version of himself as a nobel physicist had crafted from the ground molecular level up. Some aspect of the smoke seemed to demonstrate something more complex than simple frustration, which must have been extra incredibly so indeed given the emotion was somehow conveyed even through the badly drawn anger puffs which intrinsically couldn't relay much of anything anyway. It itself almost seemed frustrated at its lack of ability to convey something complex and meaningful through an artistic means. It was an emotion so everprevelant within Skip that he assumed any of his own animators out there had abandoned drawing his frustration puffs to the infinite oblivion of all things rhetorical.
 Skip broke his attention from the poor means of Koby's relaying to what was actually going on. Koby was hastily flipping through a series of book-like things, which seemed to come from nowhere and then disapear when Koby tossed them away. The exploding/whizzing windy scribbles conveing the speed of his flipping (that seemed friends with the puffs above his head) half-drowned out the actual things he was holding. Skip felt a sudden clarity as if Koby had sensed Skip's curiosity and had let him into his thoughts a bit more--or gave him a better view or something like that--if for nothing else than having someone to more clearly vent his frustration to. Still, for all intents and purposes, he flipped through the books with no regard for addressing any questions Skip might have as to what the hell Koby was doing or what he was looking for.
 The first book-thing Skip could see relatively clearly through the bad anime scribbles was a copy of Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. He flapped to two random pages rhetorically to be thorough before discarding it as totally irrelevant to the current situation. Then he whipped out a full series of classic philosophy works as if checking every book in the Philosophy section in a book store just in case any of them contained any marketable pornography, discarding each one more vehemently one by one. The only one he paused relatively ponderously at as something vaguely to do with his situation and Flutonia was a book labeled "Plato's Republic." He flipped quickly through it, found a page he seemed to like. He momentarily gazed up the stairs to the light above up and out of the train station for some reason Skip couldn't decipher, then sighed and shrugged and tossed away the book as well.
 After the philosophy books came a very long series of manga graphic novels, as if it had taken up half the bookstore and had to be covered more thoroughly than the philosophy books. Hence he flipped through them more quickly, almost as if each book was a single page of some greater manga saga. It almost seemed as if time was slowing down in Koby's little self-contained world to allow him to do all this before the train arrived or something genearlly significant to progressing the scene occured (perhaps waiting for such was like a live nuclear bomb). He sighed while seemingly reaching for the equivalent of the last manga novel on all the shelves he'd desecrated, then paused (briefly, such as a video game character paused for two seconds to throw a piece of chewing gum in the player's mouth before resuming the game) with the most brain- dead- epiphany- looking dumbfound expression Skip could imagine any sentient being whatsoever--whatever their medium relayed personhood means--could ever could have. His feeling was so intense that it rushed Skip's mind like a .
 Koby had suddenly been struck with the relation of his situation to the classic and cliche scene of the last book on a bookshelf opening up to a secret passageway or deus ex machina tunnel straight to the live nuclear bomb. The very finality and uselessness of grabbing the book seemed to bend around infinity to reach something infinitely simple and useful. The particular feeling (that Skip was greatful for) that was fresh and new above the cliche monotosdfjggf of the last-book-on-the-shelf-cliche was some sort of complex feeling of fractal nonlinear ordering recursion or some ridiculously unnamable mathematical concept like that. Upon reaching his last, Koby suddenly realized that manga books were read backwards from right to left. He continued to stare dumbstruck that perhaps the solution to all his problems (and the cause) was his simple idiodic inversion in examining the wrong end.
Finally, he sighed and discarded the entire epihany as lofty and ridiculous and not in touch with a mundane reality (not that he was in one, but that was besides the point)
 Finally, he pulled out a C# programming book, and was about to dive into it when the train arrived disturbing ksdf gkshd gjshg
asdf
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Koby opens manga book for some reason--or one skip compares to a manga book--and then some joke about reading/writing it backwards instead of forwards or vv..*THUMB THROUGH ACTUAL MANGA BOOKS & ANIME (etc) FOR MUSES for not just this chapter with koby but anything to do with anything to due with flutonia falling in the ballpark of those japanese animation (etcetc) mediums... /


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*Remember to always/continuously be sampling the artworks being parodied to get feel for that which is being mused, or for that which resembles and/or was inspired by those previous established works/mediums... ESP IMPORTANT with Fs/Xs/etc or any nonlinear/fractal--or any other--sagas/projects with vastly different areas/sections/mediums/styles... WILL HELP SEGREGATE MODULES/ETC AND HELP AVOID HAVING SAME WRITING STYLE SINKING INTO PASSAGES/SUBFRWOAS THAT ARE SUPPOSED TO BE PRECISELY INDEPENDENT FROM OTHERS..*
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