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Copyright:  Jan 8, 1993 & Jan. 1, 2001

An allegorical "Creation of The One-I-Verse" by the Arch-I-Types.

I-MAGE (see Links below


Utilizing a printing technique that became obsolete in the latter part of the 20th Century (before laser printing), I-MAGE is intended for readers in the 4th millennium as the humorous, historically scientific document from the 1st year of the 1st century of the 3rd millennium that implied a way for Homo Sapiens to avoid self-extinction. Early 3rd-millennium readers may find it beneficial for Mankind now and then. 


I-gratulations, I-Mage Brain, for syncing by unkinking the I-mordial trap,
Yet linking the I-mortal gap with cordial I-thematics!
Not shrinking, not slinking from the I-moral rap,
But sinking the auroral tap of corporal I-stematics.
As the sign of your I-bility to reason
Or I-tuit,
As the Imbol of the wisdom
I-posed in two I wit,
I crown you with this Thinking Cap;
I cannot take out more than You
Put into it!
This I-sage be brought to you thru the I-mitters of NBS.

Note: The review (dated 5/9/2002 -- not 2003), below the Pro. Reviews and below Scott Mattson's review is by David Arthur Walters: Now writing again at Authors Den.

Professional Reviews

I-MAGE: What a challenge that is! Enough to work on for years to come just to absorb it all, let alone make sense of it, let alone add intelligent comment! Absolutely monumental, an incredible feat of intellect that will be under-appreciated by a few and ignored by everyone else but will eventually be prized--by those lonely souls who take the trouble to really dig into it--as a masterwork of allegory, wit, and (dare I say it?) bon mots. A truly remarkable I-chievement!

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Reviewed by Scott Mattson 2/28/2004
I-Mage is likely to cause a hulabaloo (or is that an "I-labaloo" ??) at least among language purists. But, so what? Language isn't getting us any nearer to world peace. Quite to the contrary! We probably DO need to evolve, linguistically and mythologically!
Reviewed by 5/9/2003
I sounds familiar. Thank U!

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