## Take a penny leave a penny.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I leave a note that says "Please don't convert everything that goes at or near the pile into pennies."

In a large penny on the penny, there is a stack of pennies nearly a kilometer tall with two humans balanced precariously at the top. A penny press lies a few inches to the right of the penny pile, slowly starting to tip back towards the wobbly penny pile, seeking a stable base. A note lies about a foot away from the pile, and it reads "Please don't convert everything that goes to or near the pile into pennies."
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I convert the note into a penny. Meanwhile, the stack of pennies falls.

In a large penny on the penny, there is a disorganized pile of pennies approximately 25 square meters in area, with two piles of splattered organs underneath. A penny press also lies underneath the penny pile, partly visible from the surface. Another penny lies inside the pile of pennies bearing the following inscription in microscopic fine print: "Please don't convert everything that goes to or near the pile into pennies."
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I recount the pennies, and notice that somehow their number has grown...

In a large penny on the penny, there is a disorganized pile of 69105 pennies approximately 25 square meters in area, with two piles of splattered organs underneath. A penny press also lies underneath the penny pile, partly visible from the surface. Another penny lies inside the pile of pennies bearing the following inscription in microscopic fine print: "Please don't convert everything that goes to or near the pile into pennies."

(I'll give 100 pennies to anyone who gets the reference.)
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I marvel at the density of the pennies, amazed at how a pile with an average thickness of 1.15 pennies managed to crush two adult humans. In my awestruck state, I accidentally take the ability to get the reference and put it in the pile. I take a penny.

In a large penny on the penny, there is a disorganized pile of 69104 pennies approximately 25 square meters in area, with two piles of splattered organs underneath. A penny press also lies underneath the penny pile, partly visible from the surface. Another penny lies inside the pile of pennies bearing the following inscription in microscopic fine print: "Please don't convert everything that goes to or near the pile into pennies." The ability to get this reference is also on the pile.
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I rearrange the pennies into a large circle.

In a large penny on the penny, there is a pile of 69104 pennies, arranged in a circle with an area of approximately 25 square meters. There are two piles of splattered organs underneath the pennies. A penny press also lies underneath the penny pile, partly visible from the surface. Another penny lies inside the pile of pennies bearing the following inscription in microscopic fine print: "Please don't convert everything that goes to or near the pile into pennies." The ability to get this reference is also on the pile.
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I inject the pennies with tribble genes and reproductive systems.

In a large penny on the penny, there is a fast growing pile of 169104 pennies, arranged in a circle with an area of approximately 25 square meters. There are two piles of splattered organs underneath the pennies. A penny press also lies underneath the penny pile, partly visible from the surface. Another penny lies inside the pile of pennies bearing the following inscription in microscopic fine print: "Please don't convert everything that goes to or near the pile into pennies." The ability to get this reference is also on the pile.
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

Yet another car pulls up, a few feet away from the pile. The pennies, once again reproduce.

In a large penny on the penny, there is a fast growing pile of 293847 pennies, arranged in a cylindrical solid with an approximate surface area of approximately 25 square meters. There are two piles of splattered organs underneath the pennies. A penny press also lies underneath the penny pile, partly visible from the surface. Another penny lies inside the pile of pennies bearing the following inscription in microscopic fine print: "Please don't convert everything that goes to or near the pile into pennies." The ability to get this reference is also on the pile.
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

The person in the car gets out, stands on the pile, and takes 100000 of the pennies for his own good. However he fails to realize that they are Tribble-pennies...

In a large penny on the penny, there is a fast growing pile of 572394 pennies, arranged in a cylindrical solid with an approximate surface area of 25 square meters, as well as a man holding 10000 pennies that suddenly turned into 30000. There are two piles of splattered organs underneath the pennies. A penny press also lies underneath the penny pile, partly visible from the surface. Another penny lies inside the pile of pennies bearing the following inscription in microscopic fine print: "Please don't convert everything that goes to or near the pile into pennies." The ability to get this reference is also on the pile.
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

The pennies multiply

In a large penny on the penny, there is a fast growing pile of 1572394 pennies, arranged in a cylindrical solid with an approximate surface area of 25 square meters, as well as a man holding 10000 pennies that suddenly turned into 30000. There are two piles of splattered organs underneath the pennies. A penny press also lies underneath the penny pile, partly visible from the surface. Another penny lies inside the pile of pennies bearing the following inscription in microscopic fine print: "Please don't convert everything that goes to or near the pile into pennies." The ability to get this reference is also on the pile.
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

Due to the extreme weight of the millions of pennies, the ground collapses, and the pennies are tossed into a large cave.

In a large penny in the cave, there is a fast growing pile of 4772384 pennies, arranged in a cylindrical solid with an approximate surface area of 25 square meters, that are likely to be eaten by a grue. There is a man holding 30000 pennies that suddenly turned into 90000 near the hole. There are two piles of splattered organs underneath the pennies. A penny press also lies underneath the penny pile, partly visible from the surface. Another penny lies inside the pile of pennies bearing the following inscription in microscopic fine print: "Please don't convert everything that goes to or near the pile into pennies." The ability to get this reference is also on the pile.
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

The grue starts eating and things progress naturally.

In a large penny in the cave, a grue is eating a fast growing pile of 14772384 pennies, arranged in a huge heap. There is a man falling in the hole with 270000 pennies shortly behind him. There are two piles of splattered organs underneath the pennies. A penny press also lies underneath the penny pile, partly visible from the surface. Another penny lies inside the pile of pennies bearing the following inscription in microscopic fine print: "Please don't convert everything that goes to or near the pile into pennies." The ability to get this reference is also on the pile.
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

The man falls into the cave and gets eaten by the grue.

In a large penny in the cave, a grue is eating a fast growing pile of 45103812 pennies, arranged in a huge heap, and a man. There are two piles of splattered organs underneath the pennies. A penny press also lies underneath the penny pile, partly visible from the surface. Another penny lies inside the pile of pennies bearing the following inscription in microscopic fine print: "Please don't convert everything that goes to or near the pile into pennies." The ability to get this reference is also on the pile.
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I take all the pennies.

In a large in the cave, a grue is eating a fast growing il of 45103812 , arraged i a huge heap, and a man. There are two ils of splattered orgas uderneath the. A press also lies underneath the pile, partl visible from the surface. Another lies inside the il of bearig the followig inscription in microscopic fine print: "Please don't convert everthing that goes to or near the pile into." The abilit to get this reference is also on the pile.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I attempt to make sense of that.

In a large pile in the cave, a grue is eating a fast growing hill of 45103812 coins, arranged in a huge heap, and a man. There are two hills of splattered organs underneath the hill. A press also lies underneath the pile, partly visible from the surface. Another coin lies inside the hill of coins bearing the followig inscription in microscopic fine print: "Please don't convert everything that goes to or near the pile into coins." The ability to get this reference is also on the pile.
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I break the pennies I collected into bits and scatter them all over everything.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

Once again I am forced to attempt to convert that into English. I have a much harder time than last time.

In an apple pie, Penny typed nay, generally piecing several piles now noted. Finally, the pope had penny and penny and many more coins, mapping ninety places in nineteen years, yet not making progress. The rope's early tune appealed to the pope's supreme nanny, and underprotected his favorite type of animal. He had an supreme pale which could put pennies everywhere he went, eventually deciding on enormous piles ofSumerian coins. Another copy of the ninety ninnies is seen by plan of his non-humans, who prayed to the god Nen with the following sacred penny and microscopic pfennig permit: "Please delight in non-human companions Nen, yep you love non-humans and the nasty geodesic dome noir that Penny sat through plentyeons ago. Yippee! I can play to the Egyptian tips and finally enjoy my ninnies pales and poems typed in thepile.
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

That looks like a mess. Lets sort it, nice and alphabetically.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I add a q, an x, and a z.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I take up space.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I remove the spaces.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I take all the consonants (not including y).

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I leave a number of punctuation marks.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I remove all duplicates.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I remove the second lowercase e that SirGabriel forgot, and add uppercase versions of the rest of the vowels.

!'',./:;?aAeEiIoOuUyY
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I leave a penny.

!'',./:;?aAeEiIoOuUyY and a penny.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I sort the penny.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I sweep everything into a neat little pile.

Code: Select all

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I mess up the pile.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I turn the pile on its side.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I move every character 13 characters forward in unicode, and and some extra space to describe the control characters resulting from this.

<control 0086>
f
<control 0086>
Vb
v<control 0082>
nr}
nR\
;lr|
;Hq{
49Gn{
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I leave a penny.

<control 0086>
f
<control 0086>
Vb
v<control 0082>
nr}
nR\
;lr|
;Hq{
49Gn{
.4<N{ and a penny.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I rearrange that and take ten pennies for my trouble.

There is a <control 0086>f<control 0086>Vbv<control 0082>nr}nR\;lr|;Hq{49Gn{.4<N{ and negative nine pennies in the pile.
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I squint at the pile until it looks like an English sentence.

There are controllers, ontologies, bovines, eggs, Mjölnir, lacquer, Agent Orange, and negative nine pennies in the pile.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I rework the pile into a text adventure.

>look
You are in a large high-ceilinged room. The floor is covered in a fine carpet. There is a door in the north wall, and passages lead east and west.

There is a pile here.
The pile seems to contain controllers, ontologies, bovines, eggs, Mjölnir, lacquer, Agent Orange, and negative nine pennies.
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I simply rotate the room's EW axis 90 degrees anaward.

>look
You are in a large high-ceilinged room. The floor is covered in a fine carpet. There is a door in the north wall, and passages lead ana and kata.

There is a pile here.
The pile seems to contain controllers, ontologies, bovines, eggs, Mjölnir, lacquer, Agent Orange, and negative nine pennies.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I rotate the N/S axis 90 degrees upward.

>look
You are in a large high-ceilinged room. The floor is covered in a fine carpet. There is a door in the ceiling, and passages lead ana and kata.

There is a pile here.
The pile seems to contain controllers, ontologies, bovines, eggs, Mjölnir, lacquer, Agent Orange, and negative nine pennies.
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I enter a new command. It turns out to be slightly more destructive than anticipated. Sorry.

>take all ontologies
Taken.

>look
You, largeness, highness, ceiling, room, north, wall, covering, fineness, carpet, door, plurality, passage, leading, ana, kata, pile, seeming, containing, controller, bovine, egg, mythicalness, hammer, lacquer, agent, orangeness, negativity, nine, penny.

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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I enter another command:

>drop ontologies
Dropped.

I then type in yet another command to make sure the room looks like it is supposed to:

>look
You are in a large high-ceilinged room. The floor is covered in a fine carpet. There is a door in the ceiling, and passages lead ana and kata.

There are some ontologies on the floor nearby.
There is a pile here.
The pile seems to contain controllers, bovines, eggs, Mjölnir, lacquer, Agent Orange, and negative nine pennies.
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### Re: Take a penny leave a penny.

I'm not convinced that the room really looks the way it's supposed to. I think there may be an ontological crisis where the floor ought to be. I enter some commands to try to explore the situation.

> Examine floor

The floor is covered in a fine carpet.

> Examine ceiling

The ceiling has a door in it, leading up.

> Examine north wall

The floor is covered in a fine carpet.

> Examine south wall

The south wall has a chandelier hanging from it.

> Look down

I only understood you as far as wanting to look.

> Examine down

The floor is covered in a fine carpet.

> Go down

You can't do that here. This is a family adventure!

> Examine down wall

I only understood you as far as wanting to examine the floor.

> Examine wall

Which do you mean, the floor, the south wall, the ana wall, or the kata wall?

> Examine north wall

The floor is covered in a fine carpet.

> Take floor

That isn't available.

> Examine ontological crisis

You can't see any such thing.

> Take ontological crisis

You can't see any such thing.

> Look

You are in a large high-ceilinged room. The floor, which is to the north, is covered in a fine carpet. There is a door in the ceiling, and passages lead ana and kata.

There is a chandelier hanging from the south wall, some ontologies on the floor, and a pile here.
The pile seems to contain controllers, bovines, eggs, Mjölnir, lacquer, Agent Orange, and negative nine pennies.