Official Chaos Horizon Motto

I was reading Philip K. Dick’s Vulcan’s Hammer, and came across this quote:

There is some element misfunctioning. A significant shift in the orientation of certain social strata which cannot be explained in terms of data already available to me. A realignment of the social pyramid is forming in response to historic-dynamic factors unfamiliar to me. I must know more if I am to deal with this.

Seems perfect for an official CH motto: “I must know more if I am to deal with this.” I added it to the by-line.

Every website needs a motto, doesn’t it?

2 responses to “Official Chaos Horizon Motto”

  1. Daniel says :

    Oh, worthy of his Exegesis, this site is. I like the motto. Good for you.

  2. keranih says :

    I also like the motto – and far better than anything I would have picked (probably either some reference to Deep Thought, or else that line from the Narnia books “What are they teaching in school these days?”)

    I also might suggest Fred Kwan as the mascot? (Totally kidding.)

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