Occam establishes a residence beneath the highway overpass, inhabited in and thru the tag.
First, to consider the tag as a stutter itself. Although the tag could be considered as a class of sutter, the introduction of categories of stutter to the concept of stutter raises more problems than it solves. As all things apparent and virtual can be considered as stutters and as to stutter entails ceaseless mobility, idiosyncrasy simultaneous to the constant give and receive of internal and external stimulus, any stutter is essentially - that is, in its essence as stutter - its own stutter. Typifying, classifying, introducing categories are all usefull as fictive endeavors, but the narative of the tag should not be taken beyond narative - where the perceiver of the tag might be inclined to consider the 'tag' as having some actual significance - that is, actual relation to other tags. So the category is a narative - as all things must end in a narative - but the perceiver must be conscious of the narative as narative - so that one stutter and another stutter can both be refered to as tags, but that the narative ends at reference and that no existing relation is imposed between these two 'tags'. Even if a relation can be said to exist - as a 'relation' is being discussed currently - that itself is just another stutter interacting between two self-existent stutters - a stutter with a high ping frequency.
What can be said to be typical of the tag is its formal attributes. Its architecture is simultaneously that of the home and that of weaponry - the arch of a roof, the swinging of a door, the point of a missile, the parabolic trajectory - both of which serve the function of the tag. The tag broaches the virtual and the actual, while allowing the content of the tag to inhabit the space between.
The tag need not have the apparent attributes of the arched roof, the parabolic trajectory, to be considered as tag. Formally, the tag - 'we shovel snow' - broaches as much between the apparent and the virtual as Occam's tag which apparently displays the terms of its broaching.
The content of the tag is variable - suitable to the purpose of the tagger. Again, 'we shovel snow', as a tag, carries a markedly different purpose than Occam's tag, used to establish residence.
The highway overpass is staunchly apparent - a wall, columns, a roof, of concrete - a bridge and a road over a road, cars driving thru and above.
The end of Occam's tag is to draw out a virtual narative from the apparent highway overpass - a narative of Occam's residence. The tag 'we shovel snow' can be said to perform the same function.
By broaching the apparent and the virtual - by erecting a space between the two - the currency of the virtual becomes the currency of the apparent, trading can occur between the two. What is apparent can become virtual - what is virtual can become apparent.
Occam now apparently resides where he had only virtually resided before.