it be more appropriate to describe pato as a practice which is about
pato, rather than one which takes a characteristic form which we call "pato," "patoist,"
or "patoesque"? We cannot pause to ask these questions. Indeed, despite the suicidal nature of our activities, we consider ourselves the creators of time, the manufacturers
of future time into which we will expand, and thus to pause would be to precipitate the natural end of all suicidal acts, which is death. Therefore we still cannot say any more
of our activities than the fowl themselves; we are not explanations, nor
do we have the potential to become such. This is what chiefly divides
from our persecutors, both in and out of the ARU. --Janes, 2004, in "No Manifesto".