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An Answer to a Question Burroughs Never Asked
by Bean Newton

Because they don't have to be Crab-People, that's why;
think of it this way: Why can't a crab be happy
being a crab? Similar questions have been asked and
answered by machine translation. In other words, you
feed the machine perfectly good albeit raw language
and get back garbage, similar to the human condition.

2.0 My cat is a pinhead.

Bean Newton's Experimental Mode (Introduction by E. W. Wilder)
Mertz
That's not an Acorn, Daddy
An Answer to a Question Burroughs Never Asked