Hartshorned

Exercises are from Hartshorne - Algebraic Geometry. Easy as fuck to pirate. Pages are generated using tex4ht, which I'll experiment with as I go on. If any of the math or anything else isn't displaying correctly for you, PLEASE let me know (my contact info is on the About page).

Some readers (who am I kidding, no one reads this) may think of offerring some more clever names for the title of this blog, such as, perhaps, "Hartscorned" or "HoleInMyHartshorne". I understand: the puns are shaking their G-string clad booties at us. Do we bite? Nah. Listen, reader, it pays to be conservative at times. "Hartshorned" is sweet on the tongue. It's uncleverer than the big punny booties, but we didn't come here to eat ass, did we? Ever read the Jabberwocky poem? It works because it sounds nice. "Hartshorne" is a badass last name. Part of me wishes I bore it, even. Yes, I'm envious. We should all be envious. We should all be in awe as we work through this so-called tome. I don't have a surname that nice, and neither do you, probably. It's like sugar coated jelly. The name of a snowclad, harsh mountain, with a warm cave excavated in its chest. Warm, soft reddish flesh, pierced by a primsatically blue icicle.


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