As previously reported, our very own Butch McBastard unearthed a satchel of papers and other miscellanea labeled, “Top Secret SpecGram Time Capsule, 1964
incriminating evidence proprietary information continues, but we are again able to share with our readers some of the treasures found within the satchel.
Here is a scan of the twentieth archival item, which is itself a photo of the infamous Dooms/
Of note, the annotator has underlined in red the generally agreed-
Also, the annotator or annotators have crossed out, in black ink, a number of words: ʎɐɹʇs, ssɐɹƃ, and ʇnɐɹʞ. All three have the sequence “ɐɹ” in them, but ıɯɐɹʇsɐd, which also contains “ɐɹ”, was left untouched. In green, the annotator(s) have re-dotted all of the dotless ı’s in the manuscript, to what purpose no one has been able to divine. In blue, ɹoɟ (twice), ɯoɹɟ, and oɥʍ have been underlined (all [+squiggly]). And finally, slǝƃɐq has been outlined in a black box.
None of the annotations are familiar to any of the Annotation Interns at the SpecGram offices
More to come...