At what point does an experiment become an experience? What stories did the two dreaded thumb marks bellow? Why was Philip embarrassed to be THE citizen of Europe? Lethal jewellery on trees? Getting appointed as the 'smell of the month'? The answer to all this, and why so many people choose to think about it, is very simple: The fact that it is the only way to know, and also that "However is necessarily required in every unplanned sentence..."
A collection of writings by an artificial neural network, an RNN, this book is bound to get you the laughs you never had—or never imagined you would have.
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About the Author
Samhita Joshi is a homo-sapien like many others on this planet. She lives in a building which she calls her home. She writes family-friendly books, and hopes that her books put a smile on your face. She hates to write this biography in third-person but is still indulging in that activity for some reason unknown to her. Whatever her hobbies may be, her favourite pastime is sleeping.