- 1: hey
- 2: Hey sorry I was busy
- 1: i sent that 2 years ago
- 2: what can i tell u, been a lot going on, always hustlin
- 1: it took you 5 years to respond again?
- 2: my bad man what up
- 1: how did you get my number, i havent heard from you in 19 years
- 2: hahah i know, you still with whatsername, her sisters hot
- 1: what are you talking about, my wife died 26 years ago, please leave me alone so i can be at peace
- 2: weak bro u can sleep when ur dead, lets rage
- 1: Hello? I found this old "phone" in my grandfather's effects, I cannot believe it still has a charge! Plus the cellular network no longer even exists, and it certainly couldn't reach Moonbase 12. Who are you? Where are you? did you know my grandfather? I'm composing a datawave on Old Epoch commsocial for Moon Uni, I'd love to hear your story.
- 2: oh hai, are u a girl, u sound smart!!!!
- 1: 01010101101101101010101010110101010101111100010101
- 2: r u high, lol
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“My eyes tracked down to the pearl, only to find a dab of white paint and nearly nothing else. I looked again, searching for the painting’s titular element, but like her lips, up close the Girl’s pearl is impossibly immaterial. Step back, however, and the earring immediately comes into focus, pearlescent and solid.” —SFMOMA crowd