Winter/Spring

Odysseus


Huginn: It came down to this man, this tall islander with the careless smile. He had a finer mind than all the rest. He knew computers, but couldn't see how to make them smaller than an island.

Muninn: I remember that Homer thought him ugly. But he was quite charming, and nimble of wit.

H: He would have broken the world if he had the tools of the Age of Apocalypse.

M: That would indeed have been a revelation.

H: He thought that you had to be able to see the impossible before you understood what was truly possible. It was a very advanced twisting of aletheia, worthy of a philosopher indeed.

M: His was the original mind forever voyaging, it must be said.

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