Ruminations On The Rectilinear

We see before us an arrangement of planes and lines. As we stare out of our 4th floor warehouse windows, we view a landscape of linear breakup, a galaxy of girders, slabs, cables, and conduits, forming the shape of the Mariner's Safeco Field (Go Ms!), and its adjoining parking garage. Upon our desks lay our trusty laptops, filled with more planar surfaces and cubistic breakups. Surrounded by paper, adjoined by books and cubonic disk arrays. Is cubonic a word? But we digress.

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