Jan Cox Talk 0638

The First Action of a Victor Is to Give a Speech…


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#638 ** Apr 23, 1990 ** – 1:03 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :05. The “Punch and Judy” dynamic exemplifies the importance of factions in anything alive, where one operator animates them both. Consider: conscious vs. unconscious mind; silent vs. verbal; illusion of unity vs, reality of division; institution vs the founders / composers of same…all are a blurring of responsibility—further, they are a blurring of man from his behavior, his “I” as distinct and apart from his behavior. Institutions operating at peak efficiency are virtually invisible.

Consider: institution of thinker with his thoughts. The power of words only exists when there is an audience to hear them. Man is as important as god; both are required for the power of god’s words. Connection to the internal dialogue: there is no power in conversation without a reactive audience, an unbehaving audience.

Everything is a form of competition. Note that the first action of all victors is a speech. This is proper closure of the energy loop. The internal connection: announcing to yourself what you’re doing and /or accomplished.


For NP: neuralize, when institutions are acting at peak efficiency, they are hardly noticed.


…and Kyroot said:
This one “other worldly philosopher” confided to me that his greatest
pleasure came by, “Thoughts too light, To even shadows cast.”

…and Kyroot said:
I heard this one chap tell a friend, over in another zone,
“I just can’t take it seriously, if everyone else has.”

…and Kyroot said:
“Ah”, said Voice Number One, “Tragedy makes philosophers of us all.”
“Ah hah,” added Voice Number Two,” and puts florists near the undertakers.”

…and Kyroot said:
The physics of things may make them work, but the physics do not explain.

…and Kyroot said:
Proverbial based graffiti almost written on a wall, over there, someplace,
“Losing your ticket, is a most minor of inconveniences.”

…and Kyroot said:
Over in the park I heard one speaker argue thusly, said he,
“If there is any true justice and equanimity then is
‘being behind in your debts’ same as ‘being ahead in your credits?'”

…and Kyroot said:
If you can learn, or benefit from someone else’s mistake, they didn’t do it right.

…and Kyroot said
Peering over his beer at me in that laterally spun sonic bar I told you I sometimes visit, this one chatty fellow that told me that he tries to always get up an hour or so before his brain does every morning, “So’s to get a head start on the little sucker.”

…and Kyroot said:
If they’re not checking I.D.’s when you enter, who cares when you leave?

Kyroot said:
A man with a Gem clip, can be a friend to anyone.

…and Kyroot said:
On certain levels, on particular days, at specific temperatures: The only people who can benefit from silliness, are those already so infected.

…and Kyroot said:
All aspects of three-dimensionally based, conscious life is a matter of
in medias res, that is, we all come in, in the middle of everything.

…and Kyroot said:
I met this one chap who had apparently concocted his own “Literary
Coat Of Arms” with a motto
that read (in Latin, of course), “A man that would re-write, won’t do right.”
..(You know, some ideas seem to always sound better in a foreign language – especially if you don’t understand the language.)

…and Kyroot said:
From a view outside our time and space, all things are past redress.

…and Kyroot said:
After a life time of study, pondering and thought (which didn’t culminate in crap), this one creature finally realized some truth once it was plainly put to him, to wit:
The one-word synonym for everything is, “natural.” And he was directly amazed…
…(some time later he was told that a secret synonym for “natural” was “yes,” and
he was amazed up-tempo.)

…and Kyroot said: “If you’re sick you won’t get well.” Do note this, that for those with three ears, or three eyes, (or three most anything, to tell you the truth), this is a most positive statement.

…and Kyroot said:
Those who are always wanting to call the roll are simply embarrassed that they’ve been given some authority, and don’t know what to do.

…and Kyroot said:
One father’s advice to a receptive son, “Take the obvious early on, so’s more detailed tracks may follow.”

…and Kyroot said
The first kid said, “I grew up in the generation of ‘Love, Peace, and Drugs,'” “And I”, said the second kid, “Grew up in the Uncertain Generation.” The third kid added, “I grew up in the ‘Greed Is Good’ generation,” and the silent fourth kid grew up.

…and Kyroot said:
This one guy says he doesn’t much mind his friends calling him “contemptable” since he realized the alternative would be to be “pro-temptable”, which is not in the dictionary, or realm of respectability.