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The Reburned Third Generation

The L. F. Super Nexus

 

July 4, 2010

 

Welcome, visitor.

 

The L. F. Nexus is back.

 

- Dr. Michael Bisconti

 

 

Created July 5, 2010

Updated January 25, 2011

 

Let us make one thing absolutely clear at the outset; 100% of the content on the reburned third generation portion of our website is fact.  The reburned third generation portion of our website, which is named “The L. F. Super Nexus,” contains a lot of second and a tiny bit of first generation content.  Some of the content on the L. F. Super Nexus is still updated if necessary.

 

Now, we’ve replaced the modified Dr. Evil graphic with a graphic of myself, Dr. Michael J. Bisconti.  This new graphic represents the drastic reduction in satirical content that we have made on the reburned third generation portion of our website.  The Dr. Evil graphic insert in the upper left corner epitomizes (serves as a typical example of) the very minuscule (very, very small amount of) satire that remains after having converted 99.999% of the satirical content to ordinary writing.  Note that some of our satire is intellectual satire, which is very difficult to distinguish (mentally separate) from ordinary writing.

 

Satire exposes or ridicules conduct, doctrines, or institutions either by direct criticism or more often through irony, parody, or caricature.  Irony applies to a manner of expression in which the intended meaning is the opposite of what is seemingly expressed.  In simple terms:

 

Satire is brainy, entertaining criticism.

 

Now, over the years there have been a handful of ignorant critics who were too dumb to be able to tell the difference between satire and ordinary writing.  These critics, for example, misuderstood the satire regarding the scope – hundreds of millions of pages – of some of our researched material and satire regarding why a woman should not be president.  Just a few months ago, when applying for a job in real life, a prospective employer misunderstood things that were written on the internet and, as a result, we were told, they were very displeased with us.  We keep asking ourselves if these people are as dumb as they appear to be.

 

- Dr. Michael Bisconti

 

 

Created July 5, 2010

Updated December 17, 2010

 

Most of you are smart, reasonable people but a few of you are notTo those few we say:

 

The content you are about to read and view is a mixture of ordinary writing and a very tiny amount of satire.  It was written for smart people who can tell the difference between the two.  You may not be smart enough to tell the difference.  Leave now or forever hold your peace.

 

Now, much has happened since the third generation of our website was on-line.  This includes the removal of linked websites from the internet.  As a result, some of the links on the reburned third generation portion of our website will no longer work or may simply take you to our new home page.  We are in the process of restoring the linked websites to the internet.  Once this process is completed, all of the links on the reburned third generation will once again take you to the appropriate web pages.  Note that some of the linked websites are a mix of ordinary writing and satire.  Also, these linked websites do not include those listed at the bottom of our home page and our main Ordinary Writing page.

 

- Dr. Michael Bisconti

 

The Reburned Third Generation

 

 

 

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