Jan Cox Talk 0688

The R.R. Must be Able to Order Self Into Areas Not Pertinent


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#688 Aug 17, 1990 – 1:04 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :06. The Real Revolutionist has got to “piggyback” himself; renew himself; feed himself with food he doesn’t have, can’t recognized, did not realize he has access to.

A revolutionist is not a real revolutionist unless he can order himself about; into activities and areas (of brain) that are of no apparent SL/secondary level pertinence whatever…ofttimes in silence. The Real Revolutionist attempts to feed a hunger that he recognizes is unnecessary in the first place. All info in the City must come from ‘others’ whether individuals or institutions.

 Life can test the degree of primacy of Secondary Level World or Primary Level World (e.g., religious prohibition of men from shaving or covering their beards in face of poison gas warfare reality, which would cost their lives if they adhere to the prohibition) but the PR has no such luxury of testing.

Ordinary persuasion comes in three modes: fear (threat of punishment), promise of reward, or a background melange of these: peer pressure. Note that men will disavow any belief in the persuasive mode that forces their action to the contrary. This serves to highlight man’s unique ability to act or think-of-action, and causes increasing City realization of that distinction. Would this knowledge seem to portend the doom of mankind or the contrary, his continued growth and good health?


…and Kyroot said:
One guy’s motto;
“If you’ve,
Got a lot,
Keep a lot in reserve.”
…and Kyroot said:
A new business idea,
I ran across;
A guy wants to franchise,
“Mini-Mental Warehouses”,
Where the slogan will be;
“You Thought It – You Store It.”
…and Kyroot said:
Whoa now,
Not so fast;
If you don’t,
Have a fighting weight,
You got nothing,
To get down to.
..and Kyroot said:
You can’t rise above,
The level of energy and intelligence, You react to.
..and Kyroot said:
The civilized,
Listening to the,
Less civilized telling them how to live,
Is the height,
Of being civilized.
…and Kyroot said:
It is profitable,
To remind oneself,
That the first order,
Of every day,
Of every hour,
Of every minute, state and location;
The never ending first order,
Of the Revolutionist’s business is,
To look around. Not stare – but,
Look around.
…and Kyroot said:
“What’s The Hardest Thing In The World To Do?; Response Number 4 or 5.”: To try and help someone,
Without trying to,
Make them more like you.
…and Kyroot said:
Everybody has, Another person,
Living in the house with them even those,
who live alone.
…and Kyroot said:
A lot,
(And I do mean a goodly many), Of real famous people,
Quit just a little too soon.
…and Kyroot said:
One Tuesday,
(Which was his day,
To try and muse philosophically),
The ole man said to the kid,
“If you’ve got the time to lose,
You’ve got the time to win.”,
To which the younger retorted,
“That’s the fortieth time,
You’ve told me that,
And insofar as I perceive,
Most of life’s everyday challenges,
Time is not the deciding factor,
In the question of ultimate success or failure.”
…(The old man thought, “Maybe I should, Switch to Mondays)
…and Kyroot said:
More proof that – One Should Know What One Is Doing – (Maybe): Kissing a pig, Won’t make it, Run any faster.
…and Kyroot said:
As regards,
Troubling neural discharges,note; If you don’t think about them, They won’t think about you.
..and Kyroot said:
Amidst the dizzying display,
Of some neural storm or the other,
The king suddenly proclaimed;
“Tis not enough to help,
The feeble stand –
No, “Tis our duty,
To carry them as well.”,
And seven seconds later,
A guy in the crowd,
Held up a sign that said,
“Feeble Lessons Here.”
..and Kyroot said:
Here’s a verbal antidote,
For some more of that
Subtle, City -stroked,
Temporal trompe l’oeil,
To wit;
Because it’s separate,
Doesn’t mean it’s distinct.
…and Kyroot said:
While the,
Secondary world,
Seems no bargain for some,
Life still sends all,
Into the mall.
..and Kyroot said:
After reading the axiom,
“Chance will always,
Bring home a few boats unsteered.”,
This one person,
For a period of a,
Period or more,
Fell into a fitful funk,
Sitting and pondering,
Whether he’d prefer to have,
Good luck,
A good captain,
Or just a reliable rudder.
Moral; Another man’s wisdom, Can be all wet.
…(P.S.: As you know,
Kyroots have no “Morales’ The Mischievous Milieu Of Mordant Maritime Workers got me to add This under a threat
of blackmail,that I don’t wish to go into at this time.)
..and Kyroot said:
In the middle,
Of that continuing,
Heated debate at the bar,
Regarding;”Heredity vs Environment”,
One gent banged his glass down and declared,
“We are all,
The mugs,
Of our fathers’ beer.”
(Shortly after this outburst,
They went back to discussing, The NBA Draft, and Existential Ethics.)
…and Kyroot said:
A “fault line”,
Is the,
Geographic center, Of all Cities.
…and Kyroot said:
Advice one ole sun,
Gave its young moon,
As he left for the City,
“If someone tells you,
‘We’ll get to that later’ –
You go for it then.”
(And the,
Heavens-were-alive, With the sounds of, Heavens.)
…and Kyroot said:
If you don’t think, The City looks after, Its own,
Chow down on this: Just because, You’re better, Doesn’t mean,
You’re different.