I think finally I agreed to use “Courier New”.

Don’t worry; it’s all about my “font” which I
am using to type this stuff here. That’s it. Finish.

I do really want to know which type of fonts
used by authors of bestselling books. I thought those were written using a special
font other than the miraculous fonts freely available with Microsoft Word or
other writing software, widely used in the arena of electronic word processing
known to me, up to date.

Just for instance, I have seen a video
documentary on Slavoj Zizek, and he used some kind of a special font in his clumsy
looking old laptop, but “nonetheless” it caught my attention. I was thinking
that there may be something in his own imagination and the intellectual
credibility relates with the “font” he used to type! Such a great personality
in front of an illuminated ludicrous small screen and the typing pad with
yellowish natural colored background reminded me the same natural scent of
papers printed with black ink; No I don’t think so. It is only an imagination
of my own, briefly a very much stupid kind of. Best authors are writing just
with their writing pad; never thinking of the font or the format. Just they
write. That’s it, perhaps like me!

Ok, Just Few things more. The font, It must
be courier new, ok. And the format must be “justified”. It doesn’t mean
anything other than stretching text between two vertical limits of the page,
equally spacing the words in between. That’s ok too. What else? Want to keep a “counter”
on words. Just it is displaying in the bottom status line of this word pad,
where I can see every and each time how many words has come from my mind into
this typing pad or briefly “my progress” of writing.

Nonetheless I want to stop each level of
writing or phase of writing exactly once it reaches the counter 255 words!

I don’t know what influenced me to select
this number, but I prefer it will be the one breath of the writing lungs could
take in a shot. Lest take it easy. I don’t want to make much trouble on making
the “writing” more systematic. May be it will kill my thoughts from the
beginning. So I am on the writing desk; my hands are on the typing key pad; my
eyes are on the word screen; here I am going to infinite moments of creation.
And stupidly I have reached very first 255 words right now!

How can I restart counting after reaching 255
words? No way. It is completely stupid to watch the line of counter to see the
number of words continuously starting from 0 to 255 in each session of breathing.
By the way, it isn’t easy job to get the multiplication products of 255 by each
numeral increasing by unit continuously. Say for example I want to stop writing
and look back at the each stoppage of 255 words. In that case I want to stop
exactly at 255x2=510 but it is cumbersome event if I want to continue adding
each 255. Just let’s stop the discussion here, right now. I don’t want appear
to you to make myself so stupid about counting words other than putting things
in order.

I forgot one last thing to mention about
writing in the word processor, it is always keep things clear and much visible,
if you turn your text lines doubled. This is right now I have done. So, one
complete session of writing is being reaching to its end within few sentences
from this point.

One larger or quite huge tantamount of
content is waiting to put on to this word processor; here I suppose, the first
milestone is kept. I would prefer if you had maintained your patience up to
this line, you could have flown further with me in a many worlds of imaginary
and symbolic, hereafter.

p.s.

I lied. I had just not stopped at correct
word counts at 255! (You will find below the reasons ARE!)

p.s.s.

I actually tried my best to dig little bit of
255! First I found it has 3 prime factors, 3x5x17.

(Keep in mind that 157 is the first “apocalyptic
power number” which will further explore at the end of this article. Look at
those factors, they are showing the number 157 in a disguised form!)

Secondly, I found that the number made of
those prime factors generate another complete prime, 3517! This sounds so nice,
isn’t it?

And finally I knew that 255 could be derived
from another 3 factors which aren’t seemed to be primes but irrational values.
This basis irrational value is the square root of 21, SQRT (21), which will
give these figures symbolically in linear combination with other numerals:

(SQRT (21) +19)/2 x (SQRT (21) +15)/2 x (SQRT
(21)-9)/2

If, let’s say that 2x2x2=8 is a part of the
multiplication, the denominator, it does mean that the value 255*8=2040 will be
the multiplication result of (SQRT (21) +19) x (SQRT (21) +15) x (SQRT (21)
-9).

So we get another equation of 3

^{rd}degree to solve as follows:
(X+19)(X+15)(X-9) =2040; one real solution
for this equation will be 11.5204. Other two solutions are complex.

At 2040, my age will be 69! 6 and 9 are like
evil and reciprocal of evil. Not so nice to hear the evilness at that age.
Let’s forget it right now. We have bigger problems rather than dying on 69!

Now, again, forget about SQRT (21) or X. What
does it mean 9, 15 and 19 to me?

It is having multiplication result exactly
2565; which is having kind relationship with 255 in vicinity!

It’s just coming “6” in between the 255,
somewhere it changes whole value of the original, and 6 relates to some kind of
evil again, we can’t forget it at this moment and hereinafter…

Let’s put together the prime factors of 2565
in order to get the number 91519.

What 91519 says about me? It has kind prime
factors 71 and 1289.

**It is easy to realize that 71 means to me is that my birth year.**

What does 1289 says to me? Do we believe in
previous births? No! I just don’t like that kind of argument here. If I believe
in number of the beast, why don’t I believe in previous births either without
good reason? Let’s say if I believe so year 1289 is related with some religious
upheavals in the West, which I am not sure how my soul is to be connected with
such. So simply I omit further analysis of 1289 as an historical aspect.

But still I can manipulate its numerical
value with other mythical data.

Well, Wikipedia says:

**“The number 1289 is called an**

**apocalyptic power**

**because 2**

^{1289}contains the consecutive digits 666 (in decimal), as the**Number of the Beast**

**: in the sequence ..., 1281, 1285, 1286, 1289, 1290, 1298, 1301, etc.**

^{[1]}

^{[2]}**“**

So the evil things are repeating. 6 appeared
once before and again it appears in evil form depicting “number of the beast”, can’t
just simply omit the consequences.

I think 255 is not a number to use as the
basis of a writing count for me!

**Courier New- A Journal**

**08/02/2013**