ODG – Outfront Denial Gambit
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April 17, 1989
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#483 Apr 17. 1989 – 1:20 ( note: needs editing for abbreviations )
Notes by TK
Kyroot to :04.
Until you have some notion that Life is alive and has its own agenda, TT will make no sense. New, slightly different perspective of the First Story process: The ‘O’ (out-front) ‘D’ (denial) ‘G’ (gambit). E.g., “there’s more to banking than money”; “service is our most important product” (from used car dealer); “drink responsibly” (from distillers). All are outright denials of the specific, actual purpose of function of the organization.
TWE has Life arranged it so? There is a built-in denial of purpose in all men’s circuitry; a denial of their purpose in the slaughter queue. There can be no possibility of finality when a circular process is the basis of man’s circuitry (“Am I scared because I’m running from a bully, or running because I’m scared?”; does the body run the mind or vice versa?). Thus ODG with tacit acceptance of true status (i.e., banker’s still deal in money; distillers don’t stop making alcohol, etc.).
The ultimate ODG: “What you see is not all there is to me”. This is TD’s litany to itself (Life speaking to your NS). To look behind the muttering of TD is to see it as a variation of ODG. The NS is a kind of “Potemkin Village” to itself; half of it fools the other half. In the circular condition of the human NS, apparently new info keeps it closed-up, limited. Ordinary info closes in on itself, limits by narrowing the options. Revolutionary info must open, liberate. There is an ‘I’ (intelligence) ‘I’ (immunity) ‘F’ (factor) at work in men which determines how much anomalous, erroneous, nonconforming, disquieting information a NS can tolerate and still function. The more complex the NS the higher the IIF.
Life does nothing totally except for extinction. Relation to the “War on Drugs” campaign slogan: “Just say no”. It was criticized, laughed out of existence, as inanely simplistic. Life says it on one hand, laughs it into impotence on the other. The RR “just says no” unconditionally, with no uneasiness, regret, and no residual memory.
And Kyroot Said…
Anyone with talent is just asking for trouble.
Remember this: If you gotta ask, NO one’s on first.
Why be Moe when you can be Larry, Curley, AND Moe.
A real revolutionist never has enough room, or too little
All solutions are just substitutions.
Revolutions, even just drastic change, can never be neutral
events; depending on their position, all observers either fear or
How can you ever expect to be healthy if your hobbies
include an interest in illness, and pathology?
There is no way to properly “feel sorry” for your fellow man
’til you AREN’T one.
Man himself is the ever-present boundary of human knowledge.
Time thought about, is time killed.
Only two things can’t be brought back to life: things dead
and things REAL dead.
All human concepts harbor within themselves their own
destructive, evil twin concept.
If you’re talking too much for your own good, then be aware
that you’re then talking for someone ELSE’S good.
Praise The Beige, and Band The Bland: Nothing — no thing
is moral, good, evil, or otherwise to a revolutionist; it’s just
that some things he doesn’t do, thank you.
Heard one revolutionist appearing to sort of refer to fear
as “the adored foe.”
During a recent city interview, a famous violinist hugged
his wife and declared how she was unflagging in her encouraging
him to become a legend.
In the city game, men write fables who lack the needed
vitriol to be critics.
A real revolutionist should have his own little way of doing
things…(even if it’s just his own LITTLE way).
Don’t make dumb noises unless you’re the paid game in a
A real revolutionist never runs out of things not to say.