Jan Cox Talk 0646

For Man, Could be That No Explanation Is Best Explanation


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AKS/News Gallery = jcap 1989-12-11 (0646)
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#646 May 11, 1990 – 1:05 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :07. It is not seen that the Freudian model of conscious cum sub-conscious suggests levels yet below that of the subconscious which is never suspected let alone explored by man. Nobody even notices this gap; it is as if Life mercifully allows the explanation process to rest on a great unexamined non-explanation, as if no explanation is the best explanation for man. People are not driven to think about sub-subconscious motivations of the subconscious mind.

The beauty/benefit of thinking more than you have to:
1) gives the leeway/access to all possible explanations beyond any available;
2) relieves all concern for the apparent lack of available explanations regarding anything; 3) frees from mechanical, automatic opposition to any explanation;
4) allows you to think more than you have to about thinking more than you have to!

There is a method of responding to questions such that it discourages the asking of more. Consider the internal application.. This frees you from the squabbles over different available explanations of life. It dispenses with all guilt, remorse and regret.


For New People: Answer all questions in a manner as to discourage more questions…


…and Kyroot said:
One brother was berating another over his hoarding old newspapers, “No one’s interested in yesterday’s news.”, and a passing Subversive heard this, repeated it to himself and thought, “No one’s interested
in yesterday’s news…
no one’s interested
in yesterday’s news…
you know, no one
in the City’s got
any room to say
…and Kyroot said:
Playing with words can be like playing with infinity..(of course this all
depends on how you verbally
play with the word “infinity”.)
…and Kyroot said:
Over near a wine tree T encountered a guy who looked at me, looked away,
then looked back at me…then looked
away again…then looked back at me,
and finally said, “I’ve generally been able to bear up reasonably well under the strain and uncertainty of mortal life, but what still gives moi nightmares is to think of the day when fear does pull up,
come to a complete stop,
and dismounts.”…(he looked off
…and Kyroot said:
The phases of the moon can be seen as a metaphor for the phases of the moon
…and Kyroot said:
On the back of the ticket it said, ” The price of admission to the’Weekend_
Escape at the Super Holy Vineyard and Monastery’ includes all food, drinks,
and bullets.”
…and Kyroot said:
You can certainly put the verbal bad-rap on Secondary activities, but do
note that therein lies mans’ only unique contributions.
…and Kyroot said:
As all City employees should know; Irony comes with the territory.
…and Kyroot said:
Question; Who invented “pissing in the wind”?, Answer : Who invented the wind?
…and Kyroot said:
That which is apparent also appears in other places.
…and Kyroot said:
In a pause in the middle of the flurry, this one center-staged chap said regarding his sometimes erratic behavior, “Well, 1 guess it’s the
price you pay for being
me.”, and none of his
friends saw fit
to point out that
they indeed were
not him.
..(but then again, neither is he on alternate Septembers.)
…and Kyroot said:
Based on recent discoveries of some scrolls in a cave near Damascus it is
now clear that rock & roll began in 537 b.c., not 1955.
…(Remember; When only time dictates history, only
dictators will have time… or, only time can take history’s dictation..or only – ah forget it.)
…and Kyroot said:
A man with no intellectual inferiors, Has yet to make his own acquaintance.
…and Kyroot said:
Note; The current debate is always raging.
…and Kyroot said:
One not-so-far-away listener writes to me as follows;
t!if there was any real hard-ball-justice,
Afoot in this life,
Historians would be our kings,
The dead our priests,
And bank robbers our economists.”
…and Kyroot said:
In the sponsored, and apparent race between the sexes, Men rely on the horrific, the heroic, and the honorable, Women on hormones, hormones, and hormones…
…at this point, women remain ahead.
…and Kyroot said:
There was this one guy who decided to only be dumb on Saturdays…
hey, I kid you not; This is no joke…
…(1 believe it all had something to do with that new cult who teaches you should put all your chickens in one basket.)
…and Kyroot said:
A Revolutionist who hears his mama, (or daddy) call him, Has just gone AWOL.
…and Kyroot said:
That short, hairy ole sorehead passed me this note written on the back
of a torn relative, it says, “It seems to me that the only things required to be a City philosopher are,
a degree,
a good memory,
a decent haircut,
and no personal ideas.”
…(Close cover when striking.)
…and Kyroot said:
Those who feel the need to defend their intelligence needn’t bother.
…and Kyroot said:
This one guy I told you about, The one who lurks about,
ofttimes laying beneath,
Some bushes over in the park,
The same guy that sometimes,
“Whispers stuff” to me,
But who doesn’t want to be,
Identified, or quoted?,
Here’s his latest bombshell,
He says (more or less, just so he can’t accuse me of quoting),
“All words have their motive,
And all motives have their drive,
All drives have their engines,
And all engines have their spark,
And so on, bon ami;
And so to all words I say,
‘Greetings, great-grandchildren.”
…and Kyroot said:
There is no way to prepare for the Revolution, And no way not to.