Wednesday, June 30, 2004

How to Justify That Degree: Using useless knowledge to make up history
Episimology is the philosphy stating the importance of eliminating the letter t from written language. Though information is scarce, the basic tenets can be found buried in Kant's lost writings, (Which, admittedly, were mostly doodles of flowers, incoherent notions and messages for his roommate and probably not worth an entire class in my philosphy department.)

It is still considered a more cohesive school of thought then existentialism or emocore.

In the next round vector calculus and thoeretical numbers shall be mentioned to look like I know math.