Based on Something Like Age

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for The Fictional VolunTier Project

by Goura Fotadar





date: June 2017


A pocket manual for identifying Pacific Coast trees 2nd Edition

by Tom Watts


theme: “purplement”


notes from 14, or

relevant to 9th grade

To solve the cited:

blue tree problem;

for which I’ve seen

advertisements; but

stated differently;

and also connected

to fiction conceptions

of mine, at least;

the perhaps; blue

tree; missing its

view; or

sight of such tree;

or at least the hue


pardon theme: there’s

of such shrubbery

turned tree?


the solution presented

in perhaps the obvious;

still de-lineation that

trees and-or shrubbery

with blue; must?

qualify as blue? trees.

First; the obvious;

quotation, I mean ?

from cited p. 1 of

this book, source

The definition to perhaps better comprehend

the existential view=able state of appearance “shrub” … :

“shrubby trees”


“These are trees that often grow as shrubs and become trees only on sheltered slopes and canyons.”

tees r

theme syncing form:

“canyons” looks + sounds

so much like cited:


In an interesting art

figment; r “canyons”

is in the

one sense a:

[collection due to plural

of] “crayons”

so with; each set

of crayon[s]; we have

the at least linguistic

existence of “canyons” …

r “canyons”

“canyons” ,

“crayons”  [breaks down to at least;]

=> r canyons

it’s obviously in

addition to complex math

a childlike learning

recognition of the

power of art in

likely the genres of

draw-sketch +


If you use? a, the, set, of

crayons [cited];

you will at least contribute

to the existence of

“canyons” ? as a

question since

this isn’t fiction but

rather functional magical

thinking; especially and likely

not just; appropriate for

tees, r —-> “trees” or

rather less abstractly for

children and adults. In this

discussion of genre-species;

we once again in our need:

utilisations distinguish ourselves

from for example plants-trees-flowers

and animals; and then

switch in development especially

within species of commonalities

and non-commonalities perchance

based on something like age.

In any case; we

have the relevant knowledge

-in-terms of diction collections

of that stated at near

beginning of what could

qualify as blue tree.

from cited p. 30:

“If there are bluish

berries and red or brown bark,

go to … ”

“If the bark is

brown, and the berries bright

blue, it is ——> ROCKY








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