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void* Randomness ( )
/* How are you gentlemen? All your James Joyce are belong to us! */
{
/* September 17, 2005 */
/* I had a rather peculiar and mildly amusing dream the other night; it involved WightLink introducing cost cuts, which involved (for some reason that made perfect sense in dream-logic) painting the catamarans blue and requiring for each voyage a randomly chosen passenger to actually drive the thing.

In this dream, the designated driver was myself; and as I took my seat in controls that looked suspiciously carlike, the first part of the crossing went like a dream; so like a dream that I enjoyed the view too much and didn't concentrate quite enough; and thus entirely missed the bit of the Island I was meant to be docking on and ended up further along the coast and having to turn around and come back. Which wasn't too bad.

At the end, I entirely missed the pier and headed at full tilt for the shore. Realising, just in time, that this was a stupid thing to do, I turned the boat sharply and put on the brakes (what brakes? It's a boat!) and felt a little grit under the bottom of the boat (remarkably multimedia for dreams, having colour, sound and sensation); then managed somehow to perform a three point turn and dock it.

Suggestions as to reasons for this? Except that maybe in every programmer there is a catamaran driver trying to get out? */
return 0;
}

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