Realigning Evoba

I have been particularly struck by squares in Steve McCaffery's Evoba. These emerge out of lists and give rise to operations of -sculpting- or -dropping- and here are three given new arrangement by decontextualization and quoting — two other forms of dropping and sculpting.

Page 82 (our program)

to map
to a law
to a drop
Page 38 (our snapshot)
s  u ture
 tr c   
s  u ture
Page 68 (our narrative)
a gun

a shout
a sh
a sho t
"U" is gone in the shoot out. And so our shooting match concludes in bagging the structure by means of suture and a mapping of law onto dropping "out".

And so for day 1132