Jan Cox Talk 0771

If Men Didn’t Talk, They Wouldn’t Have Anything to Talk About


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#771 Feb 13, 1991 – 1:00 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :10. A thinking creature can only be properly outraged by facts, not acts. Acts alone are not sufficient to produce the necessary outrage/energy transfer used by Life. E.g., note the general modern acceptance that people should talk about traumatic events experienced. A First Story for Life’s need to have everybody transfer SL/Secondary Level energies. Double reaction = double efficiency. If men didn’t talk they’d have nothing to talk about: w/o facts there can be no additional facts. Life has given man a sufficient number of acts; not so, facts.

The original Ten Commandments have grown to thousands of laws. This shows the flowering of the human intellect, not a de-evolution of criminality. Only creatures privy to facts want to be free of facts. Dreams of paradise = dreams of a place of non-injurious acts, i.e., a place of no facts. In what possible reflective manifestation does the desire for freedom in man manifest?


…and Kyroot said:
Over a period of time,
this one guy developed a standard response to all inquiries directed toward him, he’d say, “Boy, you got me.”

….(He became so adroit at this
that he began to say it to people even before they spoke to him.)

…and Kyroot said:
After each successful campaign
this one army would use as their March de Triomphe the Battle Hymn of their defeated foe.

…and Kyroot said:
After business hours
even an ordinary man’s mind can do the polka.

…and Kyroot said:
One fine day,
one king brought out the bands,
marched out the guards,
and had the planes to fly high and low overhead,
then took to the royal balcony and declared,
“Ah my friends, the good news is that I am STILL ALIVE!”

…(the people later broke off into
small working groups to try and
come up with some fresh forms of sarcasm.)

and Kyroot said:
A long period of time without precise limits
is indeed a longgggggg period of time.

…and Kyroot said:
Out near one of the rebel camps was a guy whose attitude was such
that it was hard to tell if he had one.

and Kyroot said:
“Hey kid, ease up,
people with wrong ideas are JUST foolin’ around.”

… and Kyroot said:
As further proof of the complexity of spatial proximities, (if not neural jam-ups),
this one fellow,
instead of getting a patent on his post-hole-diggers, went after one on feet.

…and Kyroot said:
(My historical quote for the evening):
“Your Grace,
may I remind this court of the honored axiom that says,
‘Equity follows the law.’ That is,
fairness must comply with the principles of
legal uniformity except where
injustice and fraud would be the better approaches.”

as you and several of my nephews suspect,
they’re not making history like they used to.)

and Kyroot said:
One guy would call himself, “his self” just because of the inner rancor it would cause.

…and Kyroot said:
One chap believed that caffeine was god; many of his friends laughed at him;
many of these people are the same ones who laughed at Wilbert Overshoot also.

…and Kyroot said:
Hey –
as hard as it is now,
and as much harder as it may get later.

…and Kyroot said:
A City lad leapt up and cried,
“I’d rather die than lead an ordinary life,” and his hometown replied, “Congratulations! – on both counts!”

..and Kyroot said:
(More examples of overlooked efficiency in the workplace):
Bad news
announces itself.

…and Kyroot said:
Yet another poignant reminder of how Time Rolls On: One guy who used to be a sixteenth century metaphysical poet – ain’t no more.

…and Kyroot said:
They have still yet
to discover a universe
where even the gods won’t
take a leak in a cemetery if they have to.

…and Kyroot said:
As a friendly gesture
one ole man advised his kid by saying, “Get your tongue out of the road.”

… and Kyroot said:
There was this one locale
that would purposefully let it get late just so it could tell everyone to go home.

…and Kyroot said:
There was this one man
who loved other people’s music;
he loved it so much in fact,
that when he found a particular song he liked
he’d give it new words and melody.

… and Kyroot said:
One City,
whenever they would pass a new law or ordinance
would note therein that it had only local application, and NO universal significance.

….(for those of you on a short snorting leash should I add that
the universal certainly heaved a solid sigh of relief.)

—.and Kyroot said:
The two brothers
and the distantly related murdered body sped away in the rented Coupe de Ville.

and Kyroot said:
Then there was this one guy whose brain was so long
that many women wouldn’t go out with him.

…and Kyroot said:
The motto of one university
(I’m going to give it to you in your native tongue
although for some reason the institution
always presented it in a language unknown to interested parties) was:
“A Man Who Can Quote Others
Can Go To Hell.”

…and Kyroot said:
Whenever things reached the place
where he didn’t know what to do next
this one man would say,
“Well, now that we have a clear picture of the problem
we can get down to the hard work at hand.”
He became a respected leader.

…and Kyroot said:
One of the consequential civilizing influences on man has been his fear of same.

09/14/90- (14.5)
…and Kyroot said:
A person from viewing land,
(who does not wish to give his name or sleeve length),
writes to say that he is a respected member of the
academic community, but must cease watching these programs,
because, he says,
on some nights after our program he believes he hears
the Laws Of Physics speaking to him–
wanting to borrow his car.

and Kyroot said:
Uniformity without diligence is like a hole without a button, that is,
they’re both the same to a Revolutionist without a coat.

…and Kyroot said:
In the early stages
there’s little reason to resist – Life’s gonna make everybody
confess at least once.

…and Kyroot said:
Over at one of the large City hotels
I happened to pass through a crowd in the bar
from the Combined Economists & Meteorologists Convention,
and overhead the following comment,
(one guy asks another), “If a prediction comes true – do you own it?”

… and Kyroot said:
If you want to be thoughtful but don’t know how to think
you’ve got little choice but to end up believing in something.

…and Kyroot said:
A guy writes to tell me that it’s
“his opinion” – Get that,
he’s too cheap to just go ahead and admit it’s his opinion,
anyway, he says he believes the purpose of
some of the Kyroots is just so you’ll deny ’em.

…and Kyroot said:
One ole City man
kept trying to chastise the kid by saying,
“Look, being happy is NO EXCUSE!”
(for a while this bothered the lad – but he got over it.)

…and Kyroot said:
On this one little planet
they believe it’s extremely bad luck for three people to sit down at the same time.

…and Kyroot said:
The latest strange item for our file of,
“Believe It Or Take A Bus Trip”: On this one world there was a
poet who never – yes, that’s right –
who NEVER used the words,
“When I die…” – so –
“Believe It Or Get Out Of Town.”

..and Kyroot said:
If you say why
you stopped doing something you haven’t stopped doing it.

…and Kyroot said:
One fellow had taken to using White Out on his thoughts, and when he heard that fumes from this product could cause dizziness and disorientation he said, “Ah, so THAT’S it.”
And his brain said, “So that’s WHAT?”

…and Kyroot said:
I say,
is it not interesting enough to
advise a man to “leave his motor running” when he has no ignition switch anyway?

and Kyroot said:
All parades eventually circle back on themselves.

…..(They don’t really,
but you can’t make people around here see otherwise.)

…and Kyroot said:
The reason that the “life of the writer” is such a popular subject with so many writers is that so many writers don’t know what to write about.

..and Kyroot said:
A heart broken chap told me that the cause of his dismay was the discovery that his neural partner had been unfaithful– had had an intellectual affair with some other thoughts.

…and Kyroot said:
One little god
brought his little creatures up so well
that when he told them,
“The time has come when you should consider the matter of death,”
they all replied, “Who the fuck cares!”

…and Kyroot said:
Everyone has this Great Task,
and most people manage to make it teeny-weeny.