The theatre of the drive-thru has a particular mode of succession agressively enforced upon the experience of all stutters in that theatre. This mode of succession is linear succession, the line followed to order food, the lines spoken, the lines written on the menu. In all theatres where linear succession is encountered it is enforced - the lines given are, under the force of obligation, the lines to be spoken. As with 'werrthe', the effect of this strictly enforced mode of succession is a strictly enforced envaluation of all stutters experienced thru that mode of succession.
Any attempt made to schell such a theatre where linear succession is enforced can never be wholly successful. There will always be garbels - traces - of the linear succession that crop into whatever different mode of succession is introduced.
Hence, in the midst of Herod's schelling, garbels - garbeld lines in this instance - from the linear succession press thru.
Hence, the text which Herod leaves behind at the drive-thru is garbeld thru by a logo.
The garbel can be profitably compared to a ping as the activity of the garbel is much the same as the activity of a ping - a function of one stutter interacting with other stutters, with some transfer of information, some process of informing. But whereas a ping reconnoiters - establishes a network where both stutters are being mutually informed - a garbel enforces information on a stutter, forcing it back into a mode of succession it is attempting to break from.
The activity of the ping has no such directive. Although it may alter the evaluation of a stutter, it is not the characteristic activity of the ping to alter the evaluation.
The garbel can become a ping as the nature of the activity of the garbel shifts from an intentioned imposing to a free reconnaissance. Below, Herod's text reconnoiters with the stutter of the trash can, the stutter of bushes.
In this case, the garbel succeeds over Herod's peculiar mode of succession as even he reverts to the lines provided - the lines to be spoken, the lines to be written, the lines to be parked between.