The Definitive Practical Treatise on Time (You Fucko):
Within the strict temporal bounds
of mortal existence
, the past
becomes continually lengthier, whereas the future
grows unalterably shorter. The net effect
. Anyway, assuming an inverse correlation between length and boredom
, the past gets more boring(er) all the time
. And the future
soon becomes the past, so why bother thinking about that, either? You’d be fighting an uphill battle
against a slope
The total length of the present is 0, so I feel confident in ignoring it.
That’s why I dig space
. Simplifies to speed
and differentiates to acceleration
. Yeah, that's right.
Appendix A: Equations:
future – past
= your time
(This is when you should 'do it'.)
Everything else is mine and you ain't gettin’ none.