Jan Cox Talk 0655

Church of “Screw the Past”


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#655 ** Jun 1, 1990 ** – 1:10+ 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :04. A prime example of infinite adjacency: the issue that men would not seek the “way” if not convinced of its loss. Is the purpose of this to get men to seek the way or is it purely a mistake to persuade man the way is lost
it sends him on the ultimate fool’s errand?

The infinitely adjacent = the combination of
1) both;
2) neither;
3) one or the other;
4) and then some.

This is the ultimate resolution of all matters of ambiguity and impossibility of the ordinary Secondary Level world.

Man is wired up to have to stop and deal with verbal energy wherever Life dictates, not where it may be possible and profitably desirable beyond that for a man. Life makes man always expect further commentary beyond the unencumbered, impartial observation. It is not adequate or useful for Life to have man be satisfied with the obvious, the impartial. It would not be to Life’s benefit, for example, for men to make the impartial observation that it is absolutely impossible to cure or otherwise eradicate the “criminal element” of ordinary life. Such an impartial notation is an incomplete energy transfer.

Men must always be divided from the indisputable. Consider, for the Real Revolutionist, what chance has he got if he is in conflict with his own aim? He must move to a new neural area where “coping” with any ‘you’ is nonexistent.

Consider the “collective gift” , the cornucopia of possible explanation would be the reality of words themselves being alive entities.

1:04 Epilogue: This Thing as “the church of screw the past (including right now); we don’t live in the past…only the dead do!” Note that all sophisticated City authorities operate to the contrary, base everything on the past. 1:10+ end.


01/01/90- (1)’
and Kyroot said:
Every little bit,
Does help unless you’re ordinary.

01/01/9042)…and Kyroot said:
When you’re out of town,
Life talks about you like a dog – hey, no, just kidding.

U 1/01/9043)
…and Kyroot said:
You don’t have to be poor to be in debt, You don’t have to be lazy to be in debt, But don’t ask me about being dumb!

01/0 1/9044)
…and Kyroot said:
The general, overall purpose of the City, keeps changing.

…and Kyroot said:
If you’ll make a list of all the stuff you’ve got, then you’ll have one more piece of stuff.

…and Kyroot said;
It’s hard to insult an unrepentant man with one ear, not impossible, but darn difficult.

…and Kyroot said:
Asking the definitions of people’s names who you’ve just met, can prove embarrassing.

…and Kyroot said:
It’s o.k. to trust what someone tells you, (unless they ask you to believe in it.)

…and Kyroot said:
Over on that “manly” planet, the latest fashion tool is, A steam-powered hair hammer.

…and Kyroot said:
The detailed blue prints of everyone else’s failures are just awaiting your eternal perusal in, “Critics Hell.”

…and Kyroot said:
Let’s dee-spense,
With the sus-spense
And clue you in to the latest;
Going into the back stretch,
With a comfortable lead,
Is that all time favorite filly – Raging Hormones.
(All those holding, “chump bets,” may now commence sweating.)

…and Kyroot said:
I heard one fellow describe “self improvement” in the City as memorizing the fact that you have the same number of fingers as you do toes so that when you’re asked how many toes you have on each foot you can figure it out with OUT taking off your shoes.

…and Kyroot said:
Short stories,
Compete with long stories…. …but that’s another story.

..and Kyroot said:
Well sure, after the music stops, everyone can dance.

…and Kyroot said:
I guess even a revolutionist could act shallow, if he IS shallow.

…and Kyroot said:
Being around some people’s like being around a lot of people.

…and Kyroot said:
This one guy was s000 literarily hip, and avant garde, that ofttimes he
wouldn’t say “sic” when quoting himself.

…and Kyroot said:
In some areas of some places, some people now seem to believe that it’s not near as much fun as it used to be, to be the last to know.

…and Kyroot said:
Once you wander away from the City,
you’re always standing on a sensitive spot.

…and Kyroot said:
There is an inner speed to things, and then the apparent one.
…(Temples and accelerators have mis-weighted metronomes.)

…and Kyroot said:
There is a serious side to everything,
But it’s the dead side so, there!