Jan Cox Talk 0756

Men Do Not Invent Facts, Acts Do!


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#756 * Jan 18, 1991 * – 1:09
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :10. Two laws of 6-d physics: 1) nobody knows the facts until there have been some acts. 2) nobody knows acts until they’ve heard the facts. Corollary: men do not invent facts… acts do! Facts are singular to man and w/o them acts are unrecognizable; facts act as markers, delineators of acts by differentiating them from the seamless background. W/o facts, no Secondary Level World of man can exist. It is man’s responsibility to turn out facts as much as it is to act. There has been an unnoticed shift in man’s Secondary Level World- men struggle more over facts than acts.


08/20/90 (1)
…and Kyroot said:
One guy said that just having an everyday, ordinary kind of life is okay so long as you ain’t got no poetic spirit about ya.

…and Kyroot said:
To 3-D minds
justice appears lame.

…and Kyroot said :
I know this may sound harsh, but I feel it necessary to note that
vanilla is just as inevitable as chocolate.

…and Kyroot said:
After having decided to start a new religion
this one man further concluded that
the most important aspect therein would be
the production of a good new name for it,
but additional consideration made him realize
there’s no such thing as a “good new name,” and
thus was he forced to forsake the affair.

…and Kyroot said.
are like hamburger helper to acts.

…and Kyroot said:
There is a place
where all records are kept, but no one can get in.

and Kyroot said:
Most info food is adequately cooked by just blanching.

…and Kyroot said:
After the king discovered that the rebel leader,
because of his “serious commitment,”
couldn’t be bribed, or frightened by death,
hired a band of unemployed polka musicians to go around
and laugh at him…which settled the matter in short order.

08/20/90-(5.5) —.and Kyroot said: In one City the entire population is engaged, is undergoing “tal

08/20/90-(5.5) —
.and Kyroot said:
In one City the entire population is engaged, is undergoing “talking analysis”, and this includes all of those who’ve never even HEARD of a psychiatrist. ….(0h yeah, that City is your City.)

…and Kyroot said:
One chap tried to tell himself that, “Those who cry at the inevitable might also cry at the evitable.”
(And who says some people talk too much?)

…and Kyroot said:
Cliché update 1/18/91: “EVERYone knows just enough about EVERYthing to be harmless.”

…and Kyroot said:
The final word of every day reverberates at least twelve hours.

…and Kyroot said:
One way to handle it is to ride routine ’til it don’t sweat no more.

and Kyroot said :
If you act – okay,
if you seem – oh, alright if you are sick long enough they’ll think you’re a lingerer;
Supplement: EVERYone’s a lingerer.

…and Kyroot said:
Another person writes to tell us that while he kept close track of the Renaissance, and was particularly mindful of the Reformation, he admits to nodding off and sleeping through The Age Of Reason.

and Kyroot said:
A little game for you– in the sentence, “There are obviously human exceptions to this rule.” spot the superfluous word.

…and Kyroot said:
One guy had a set of encyclopedias but it didn’t do him any good.

…and Kyroot said:
The mayor of another certain City finally made it official by announcing.

…and Kyroot said:
There is public skill and private talent; the first produces wealth and power, the other, art.

…and Kyroot said:
One caring, concerned and otherwise unreliable parent told his kid, “A ‘devil-may-care’ attitude looks good only on a devil, or one who may care.” And the caring, concerned, etc., child thought, “That’s the absolutely stupidest truism I’ve ever heard, but Hey, I’m nonchalant either way,- Hey.”

…and Kyroot said:
Men cannot ordinarily piss on — “I’m sorry, that should say, “pass on.” Men can’t ordinarily pass on any information without SOME reference to themselves.

…and Kyroot said:
Some distance from here is a small planet that’s so poor they can’t afford a religion – so they just issued a Warning.

…and Kyroot said:
Then there was this other guy who turned to himself and said, “Hey, if you don’t wanna hear me telling what kinda guy I am, don’t be hangin’ around.”

…and Kyroot said :
The difference between acts and facts: Needs are primary, explanations otherwise.

…and Kyroot said:
One afternoon a bunch of young gods were just sittin’ around doing nothing, and one of them said, “What’ll we do?” and another said, “I don’t know.” Then another one said, “Hey, my Dad’s got an empty barn he’s not using,” and another one said, “My Mom can sew costumes!” and then another jumped up and said, “And my uncle used to be in vaudeville…Hey – let’s put on a Creation:”

…and Kyroot said:
Guy says (maybe referring to himself, to life, or hell – almost ANYthing) guy says, “I can’t exaggerate this enough…”

…and Kyroot said:
Academic Expose Of The Day (de jure) :
While passing by an open window of
the Faculty Lounge And Rehabilitation Center over at City college
I heard this comment,
“Horace was just a two-bit hack ’til he started writing in Latin.”

—and Kyroot said:
In a curious attempt to seduce himself,
one guy’s non-speaking nervous system told his brain,
“Hey big boy
close that door,
I’ve got more of what you’re
Looking for.”
(maybe it wasn’t so “curious” after all) .

…and Kyroot said:
One other fellow measured the progress of his life in the fact that
while he still hated everybody’s guts – he no longer cared.

–and Kyroot said :
Even without the king’s directives
the generals are always concerned over civilian casualties.

(Hey, what is this,
a fairy tale or somethin’?
…[In a show of cerebral support, the cats have
announced that later today
there’ll be a memorial service honoring the innocent, fallen mice].)

and Kyroot said:
In an apparent attempt
to explain certain of his unusual behavior
to some ordinary people
this one guy said,
“What I was doing is what you would call an experiment,
but it wasn’t.”

…and Kyroot said:
There is no question about it: When things get bad enough – you gotta
talk about it.
…(unless you’re a Revolutionist, or
some other kinda nut.)

and Kyroot said:
A semi-famous fellow,
who often stood outside the City’s
religious institutions offering up his brand of cosmic insight,
one day proclaimed,
“The burden of belief is upon you the followers;
The mountain snows do not the subsequent streams ponder.”
And one little guy in the crowd asked his neighbor,
“I don’t get it, what does he mean?” and
the other guy replied,
“I don’t think you really wanna know.”

and Kyroot said:,
One guy who went to visit – STAYED.

Yeah, and another thing: If you DON’T tell other people
anything about yourself
you can’t use it against you later.