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7-114 [Frook 7, chapter 1.1, brick 4] - The down-street

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So the man with no name is now walking... Ehy, wait, I should take care about verb phrases: am I writing in present or in past mode (past mode, rofl)? Oh, c'mon, I have to extricate myself in the nightmare of non-linear book writing, and I'm writing a book inside a book, and if you add in the dark evil thick soup of this current matter that I'm also writing in english... what comes out is:
WHO CARES THE HELL OUT OF THE DAMN GOD SAVE THE QUEEN FUCK WHATEVER EVER BEEN JOHN JACK ABOUT THE VERB PHRASE. And I don't even now if "verb phrase" really indicates what I mean.
Err, we were saying.
The man with no name is (or was) walking in the down street. I don't actually remember what "down street" really indicates, but I'm 100% sure that it's a correct term, so even if I don't know what it means 100%, the reader very probably knows, so no problems about it. Especially because where the man with no name is walking is not so important compared to what I'm gonna say. What am I gonna say? Dunno.
Oh, a problem comes to my mind. A real problem. Ok, maybe not properly in italic, maybe only a real problem, or maybe I can even remove the "real" adjective, if I've written "adjective" the correct way. However, such problem is that in the previous brick I've not created a point of... a point of... a checkpoint! Here it is the magical word. Or maybe it's not the perfect term, but at least you've got the idea. I mean, when I will write the brick 123 (notice how I don't name the book number because it can be changed by my awesome skipFron PHP script/program/site/creation/whatever, and notice how cool it is that the previous brick number is 123, like saying 1, 2, and 3, you know... Ok, it's not cool, you're perfectly right about this, I know, my bad, my bad), I will not (well, I'm not sure if you can go on reading the sentence since I've horribly intrrupted it with a parenthesis, but I think you're a nice reader, you know, so c'mon, you should be fine) find (oh, by the way, you can even go back and read the sentence again without reading what is inside the brakets but, well, I suppose you already know that, of course, you cannot be so stupid, no fri.. fread... damn, I really never remember; well, no reader will ever be so stupid, so I will not gonna bother you about that again) something to rely to, and this is very bad.
<<An event here happens but you don't know what>>
Oh... god. All this crap for no reason. I've indeed went back to the previous brick (yes, this is the unknown event that happened between the << and >> tags) and I've found that there already is a checkpoint: the house. And so it is here: the down-street!! This is just awesome. Well, more ore less. Anyway, this means that I can go on with the next brick. Well, I could write about some events happening to the man with no name here in the down street (yes, the street which I'm not sure what kind of street it is), but I don't want to, I've badly want to finish at least this fucking bastard first sub-chapter, so c'mon, you will forget... forgot... forgive... forgive (yes, I think it's forgive, well, it's pretty normal for a non-englishienticizentnessent to confuse about those two words) me. Yes, the "me" after that big parenthesis can be crazy, as the crazy parenthesis before, but this (on the other hand) can give you an idea of how complex can be the mind (and the code, then) of a programmer [which is not really a programmer but is a programmer in the sense that he programs the programs... programs the programs... I mean, what kind of language is that: you do an action (verb) which can operate with a thing (subject) that has the same name of the action... never mind; ah! Never mind is indeed what I could have used in the previous brick when I wanted to not repeat neither "who cares" nor "whatever", but it just came to my mind (my crazy mind) now]. Notice the square brackets, like in math. That's pretty cool. And nerd, if you want. Surely.
Ah, I wanted to say that actually you can also go to see what will happen next in the down street of course, I'm just going to write the next brick still horizontally but you of course can do what you want because you're reading me in the future, I mean, you're reading the future of mine, I mean, not my future... no, wait, yes, my future indeed. Ok, we'll meet anyway, somewhere. Well, this is not so certain since you may have really lost your patience after this brick, and you know what, I will absolutely not blame you.

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