Jan Cox Talk 0765

Acts and Facts Both Necessarily Dance in Both Worlds


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#765 Feb 2, 1991 – 0:58 
Notes by TK

Primary Level World and Secondary Level World are operationally synonymous with acts and facts respectively. They are not absolutely synonymous, there is overlap, yet the Primary Level World could not exist without acts (not that the Primary Level World can’t exist w/o facts). The Secondary Level World cannot exist w/o facts and acts. The Primary Level World, as it is (with man, intellect, technology etc.) however, couldn’t exist w/o facts as well. Kyroot 0:46 => end.


…and Kyroot said:
Pacing, back and forth is not so useless as some seem to think,
if your destinations are the two aforementioned directions.

…and Kyroot said:
Employment Update – Flash, Flash, And Then Some: To do right in the City,
You need to have a background.

…and Kyroot said:
Just before
The ship goes down
For the third time,
Many people wish they had,
A subscription to Popular Mechanics.

…and Kyroot said:
Do not bother,
To look up the word,
“Irony” in the dictionary – It is the dictionary.

(All speech is born with one foot; only the ironies of a three-dimensional world, however, can make it walk.)

…and Kyroot said:
There is one planet,
(out over that way),
that is so obliquely layered
(compared to yours),
that they will write,
A roman a’clef based on the life of a fictional character.

…and Kyroot said:
Said the wisely ole man,
(I shan’t bother to tell you
How he came to he called such)
“To help cut down,
On your participation,
In future fool’s errands,
Let me suggest that you remember this;
Only the genes speak for gods.”

…and Kyroot said:
Remember this,
(And be so comforted if you like,
It costs no more);
While visiting,
The Hall Of Mirrors – There are just as many questions,
As there are answers.

…and Kyroot said;
Only the Secondary
must explain and defend itself.

…and Kyroot said:
The ole man,
Pulled the kid up close,
Patted his own chest softly,
And said,
“I am pleased,
To have been of service.”
And the kid thought,
“To whom?”

..and Kyroot said:
Remember what they say,
In the Three-Eyed League: If you don’t win,
You can’t play the game.

…and Kyroot said:
Lack of communication
Between the provinces,
Does not necessarily trouble the capital.

…and Kyroot said:
After unwittingly
Frightening himself,
One guy would offer up reassurance
To himself by saying – “Hey, it’s only me.”

…and Kyroot said:
Having ’em in your sights
Assured you of a kill,
Even the blind
Would be neural Red Barons.

…and Kyroot said:
The only
Legit reason
To buy a hero,
Is to later beat him up.

…and Kyroot said:
One youngster,
(Who may be on the way
To being onto something)
Cried out,
“Nay, nay,
Grand prix,
I want to live in a land where
Popeye makes spinach strong.”

…and Kyroot said:
If the goal ain’t much,
Failure to reach it ain’t a helluva lot either.

..and Kyroot said:
No matter where you go – “it’s all entertainment.”
No out-of-towner
Can ever properly
Appreciate the local fun.

…and Kyroot said:
It is a wise beast
Who would
Inoculate himself
Against biting
The rabid.

…and Kyroot said:
Any form of, “Real justice”
Lies in improved sight.

and Kyroot said:
Once upon a time there is a guy who
can make himself instantly smile just by thinking about it.

…and Kyroot said:
Proclaimed the
Mighty City speaker,
“The truth
Shall set you free.”
And one of his close relatives
In the crowd thought,
“Yeah, except from your truth.”

(What can be more cutting,
More unkind,
Than the venomous tongue
Of an ungrateful neuron.)