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By Peter Nillius 2001-08-31
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Fibonacci's numbers.

Romeo, a lover with an accumulative memory.
Juliet, a beautiful but domineering woman.
Ulysses, a spaceman.


                    Act I: A Minimalistic Play.

                    Scene I: Juliet Sets Things Straight.

[Enter Romeo and Juliet]

Juliet:
 You are nothing. Remember yourself.
 You are the difference between nothing and a pig.
 Open your heart!

[Exit Romeo]

[Enter Ulysses]

Juliet:
 You are the twice the square of the product of an stinking
 goat and a fat pig. Speak your mind!

                    Scene II: Accumulative Juggling.

[Exit Ulysses]

[Enter Romeo]

Romeo:
 You are me.

Juliet:
 Recall your inner most fears. You are the sum of me and thyself. 
 Are you better than nothing?

Romeo:
 If not, we shall proceed to scene IV.

Juliet:
 Open your heart! Remember me.
 
[Exit Romeo]

                    Scene III: A Spaceman Interferes.

[Enter Ulysses]

Juliet:
 Speak thy mind! 

Ulysses:
 We must return to Scene II.

                    Scene IV: Romeo's head overflows.

[Exeunt]