The John Shirley Device

The John Shirley device produces word displays and evocative imagery designed to satisfy or provoke the unconscious of the end user. The John Shirley device uses as its manufacturing materials an array of perceptions, factoids, linguistic tropes, and experiences selected in accordance with genetic factors, and filtered by emotional subjectivity, free floating anxiety, and stylistic influences. The device’s work for hire products are created at an enhanced rate, and embroidered with curlicues of whimsy. All John Shirley machinery is subject to the limitations of wear and tear; replacement parts are not readily available after five decades of usage. The John Shirley device interacts with other human devices using damage-control protocols formed through data taken in during its experience and observation of the world. Overall operational guidance during the device’s functioning at large relies on application of theoretical and provisional models of reality.

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