Jan Cox Talk 0738

The World Is Big Enough for Every Possible Memory


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#738 ** Dec 12, 1990 ** – 1:08 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :10. Man’s collective memory is the perfect defense for slander/revision of the past since it is the truth. The truth is the perfect defense for slander legally. Individual memory is biased and slanderous but the collected memory of all men holds every possible view of the subject under recall; it is the whole truth. Men thus do not feel guilty by slandering/revising the past; and Life benefits from the continuity this creates.

Such can be literally used by the Real Revolutionist if he realizes every opinion is slanderous and rightfully so for Life’s own growth and health. He disarms the “continuity bomb” set up in his own consciousness by Life to ensnare him in its agenda. The world is big enough for every possible memory; everybody’s memory and the size of the world are the same thing. For the Real Revolutionist there is a single view beyond the two views of the City: the view of how everything is arranged to accommodate the future. This single view is absolutely unrelated to the singular view of the fanatic.

The cowardly band together, whereas the brave live mostly alone. Ordinary thought can only plagiarize, revise previous opinion and therefore must band together in cowardice—there simply is no other choice.Real Revolutionist thought is new and threatening (to ordinary thinking) and bravely lives apart, goes its own way.


…and Kyroot said:
Those who refer to their age to push their product
are certainly eligible for City awards.

and Kyroot said:
In City matters,
only the convinced are convinced.

…and Kyroot said:
One guy’s telegram:
“Will arrive tomorrow– stop; Brain to follow.”

…and Kyroot said:
A lot of people
who say they “don’t want to think about it”-DON’T.

and Kyroot said:
The ability to explain “why” you don’t know about something
explains why you don’t know about ANY thing.

…and Kyroot said:
The difference between a masked professional wrestler, and a tenured intellectual
is a lot messier than you’d wanna hear about before dinner.

… and Kyroot said:
Growth is the only justification growth ever needs.

…and Kyroot said:
One ole sore head called the kid aside and told him,
“Look, before you go and get too smug
about our position relative to the rest of those bozos, I should point out that here in everyday life EVERYone’s brain is on auto pilot.”

….(Not long after that
one of the kid’s uncles contacted me and insisted he be given his own Kyroot, or at least some space here for him to tell the kid that it’s impossible to be “TOO smug.”)

…and Kyroot said:
The intellectual health of the City depends on continued thievery.

…and Kyroot said:
While enjoying a cup of something hot
over in that little diner near the museum,
a fellow on the adjoining stool remarked that the
“True stigma”, (he quickly corrected himself),
“I mean the true sign of being civilized
is to resist kicking an economist when he’s down.”

and Kyroot said:
The cost of up-keep on most thoughts isn’t worth it.

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…and Kyroot said:
Heroes may swim, cowards may sink,
but dullards can float forever.

.. and Kyroot said:
There’s not only two ways of looking at everything, but one, as well.

…and Kyroot said:
One fellow makes this observation;
He says that you “Know you’re making progress when other reasonably intelligent’ men, in reference to you, say that the
‘best’ that can be said about you is also the worst that can be said about you.”

…and Kyroot said:
Revolutionist excitement should be boundless.

…and Kyroot said:
On this other planet
(that lots of people would like to know about) one legend says that,
“As quickly as it came – it went.” While an alternative one says,
“As quickly as it came it didn’t came.”

.and Kyroot said:
Those who have the least neurally
tend to be most vigorous in defense of their “reputation.”

…and Kyroot said:
In a secondary setting
indifference can pass for cruelty.

..and Kyroot said
All of mans’ heroes are worthy idols
in that each one is filled with its followers.

…and Kyroot said:
Down in the City last week,
a guy with a newspaper over by a tree said
that he’s always buoyed to hear people say they
“Wish they were dead –
because here’s one goal that
ANY one can achieve.”

…and Kyroot said:
Who can a plagiarist criticize?

…and Kyroot said:
Everyone makes the best of a bad situation –
especially those already planning its sequel.

…and Kyroot said:
The south pole prowls at night.

..and Kyroot said:
There’re lots of ’em
who actually look forward
to the ship sinking
just so they can sing those final hymns.

…and Kyroot said:
A guy who works in that coffee shop
over near the hospital says he has
his own nominee for our
“Smart Ass Of The Month” award.
He has a customer who fancies himself
a tunesmith, and whose latest ditty is entitled,
“Everyone Wants To Die But No One Wants To Go To Heaven.”

and Kyroot said:
Life greets everyone;
most people are just to snooty to respond (the page is a little
smudged, I guess
that says, “snooty”…)

…and Kyroot said:
If you hang around people long enough you can catch it too.|

… and Kyroot said:
Someone who apparently claims to be a distant relative writes to propose that “All thoughts carry an expiration date.”

…and Kyroot said:
Standing over near the speaker’s area in the park was a man sobbing in an uncontrolled manner who finally managed to slip in the pronouncement, “Being human, my friends,
being human is no crime…” but
before he could finish his comments he was arrested.

and Kyroot said:
This one group of male Homo sapiens,
whenever they wanted to get together,
would ask their feminine counterparts to stay away so that they could more freely talk about “guy stuff”;
(the actual reason they did this was that none of them
had any idea what “guy stuff” was, or how to talk about and didn’t want the women to know.)
..(Manufacturer’s Warning:
This is strictly a sexual solution,
and should not be applied to
other parts of the body – or mind.)

..and Kyroot said:
Many people have been pleasantly surprised by the unexpected, superior logic of the man with the bigger gun.

…and Kyroot said:
One boisterous fellow in the library
looked up from his medieval reading and said quite loudly, “Boy, I wish I’d a’lived way back then.” And seated at an adjoining table, “way-back-then” mumbled something harshly under its breath.

…and Kyroot said:
Then one voice objected,
“But bullets have nothing to do with logic.” – ah yes, but bullets have everything to do with BULLETS!

…and Kyroot said:
Under their breath,
Life – No, I mean, men…let me start again;
Under their breath everyone says EVERYthing.

…and Kyroot said:
And now a Traveler’s Tip solely for the Troopers: Notice– The
“road to ruin’ has been closed.