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I really tried to grok this, but I became utterly confuced. It made me think about the Postmodernism Generator. It seems that the spam kings have not found the dada engine yet, otherwise they would have come up with something that makes more sense.
At the "De Slegte" bookshop I found two interesting books. One is the "Het Paleo Dieet" (The Origin Diet) by Elizabeth Somer about the diet that our ancestors ate. Quite interesting, because I see a lot of similarities with the diet I eat myself. The second is "De Tao van Christus" (The Jesus Sutras) by Martin Palmer, a book about Christian influences from the 7th to 11th century in central China. I paid for these books at 15:02.