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... The game consists of a 5 by 5 grid of lights ... When the game starts, a random number or a stored pattern of these lights is switched on ... Pressing any of the lights will toggle it and the four adjacent lights ...
... Lights Out is an electronic game, released by Tiger Toys in 1995 ... The game consists of a 5 by 5 grid of lights ... When the game starts, a random number or a stored pattern of these lights is switched on ...
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“While you continue to grow fatter and richer publishing your nauseating confectionery, I shall become a mole, digging here, rooting there, stirring up the whole rotten mess where life is hard, raw and ugly.”
—Norman Reilly Raine (18951971)
“The exile is a singular, whereas refugees tend to be thought of in the mass. Armenian refugees, Jewish refugees, refugees from Franco Spain. But a political leader or artistic figure is an exile. Thomas Mann yesterday, Theodorakis today. Exile is the noble and dignified term, while a refugee is more hapless.... What is implied in these nuances of social standing is the respect we pay to choice. The exile appears to have made a decision, while the refugee is the very image of helplessness.”
—Mary McCarthy (19121989)
“So the 20th Centuryso
whizzed the Limitedroared by and left
three men, still hungry on the tracks, ploddingly
watching the tail lights wizen and converge, slip-
ping gimleted and neatly out of sight.”
—Hart Crane (18991932)