Aug 06

Ian Curtis: School Work (Part 2)

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More scribbled paper pertain to Ian Curtits school days

Recently unearthed, here is the final assignment as handed in to Mr Brownlow. Note the simpering familiarity, the pointlessness of the graph itself and the prophetic words of the year head.

Also note that Curtis still did not mark out a proper scheme of measurements on his axes. One therefore is left to assume that emotion is measured in “height above sea level” and resentment in “ex-members of the Fall per square metre”.



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    pˆnk s lord sükråt cunctør on 1 Aug 2006 #

    mr so-called brownlow is apparently unaware of the VERY OBVIOUS NEED for a third axis in this diagram!

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    Dan on 27 Aug 2006 #

    I am not sure this type of graph is possible as there really is no objective way of measuring each variable unless one also uses physiological measures for each variable. You could give subjects a questionaire, but with all respects to psychology, that sort of thing is bollocks. However, that is a whole other discussion. Also, Master Curtis’s conclusions are wrong as there is no relationship between resentment and emotion (apparently). However, resentment can be defined as an emotion meaning that as resentment grows, so should emotion in general. I would give him maybe 2/10.

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    Tanya on 29 Aug 2006 #

    And that would be generous!

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