Wednesday, January 25, 2012

While in college studying physics and mathematics, people almost incessantly called me Richard. I am actually Robert. So I went around saying "I'm not Richard! My name is NOT RICHARD!" The head of the math department started labeling my papers as ~Richard, the boolean operator for "NOT." Hence was born the philosophy of Notism-- since the universe is infinite, it is unnatural to limit your description to ONLY the things you know you are. Unless you've tried everything, which would be impossible, you should describe yourself by the things you know you are not.

I am NotFinished.
I am Not.