Jan Cox Talk 0783

Facts: Unpredictable, Uncertain, Unstable, Incomplete


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#783 Mar 6, 1991 – 1:00
Notes by TK

Kyroot. to :12. There is almost no future for purely act-based man. Consider: if there is life after death, might it be a form of movement from the act-based world to the fact-based? I.e., transcendence/survival = movement from one dimension to another. Wouldn’t it require some fact-based energy worthy of surviving? All man’s facts are not worthy of survival since they have no future—are unpredictable, uncertain, unstable and incomplete. Were they otherwise they would be dead (i.e., recur unchanged like primary world acts of sex, shelter and sustenance).

Survival goes on in the neural system at all times on the basis of the unstated premise: “does my present thinking have a future?” This is the basis of all attempts at self-improvement. Genetic survival of Life thru man comes via the fact-based world. Only non-focused, omnivorous Real Revolutionist facts could be worthy of a future.


10/05/90-(1 )
…and Kyroot said:
If you can calculate your poverty
you’re not yet sufficiently poor and stripped.

…and Kyroot said:
There is this one galaxy of states
who attack their neighbors every eight or nine years just because of the alternative.

…and Kyroot said:
The deeper the hole the louder it can cry.

10/05/90 (3)
…and Kyroot said:
There was this one fellow who would often caution himself, “There there now,
let’s not get too smart for our own good.” – and he never did.

10/05/90- (3.5)
…and Kyroot said:
A “special offer” that has any conditions IS no special offer;
All special offers have conditions.

and Kyroot said:
A forty year old ole sore head
said to the fellow next to him on the veranda,
“If people had to ‘back what they say,
most people would be backin’ up.”

…and Kyroot said:
A viewer writes to tell us that
as far as some of the recent programs are concerned he finds it comforting to now understand that all conclusions are inadequate.

..and Kyroot said:
Just to,
as he put it,
“keep the people alert and curious”
this one king,
as he walked,
was followed by a crier who continually proclaimed,
after he’d already passed,
“Here comes the king,
here comes the king.”

…and Kyroot said:
“Hey Pop,” said the kid, “This is a real puzzler;
can you help me with this condom?”
“Wait son, I believe you mean conundrum.”
“Something tight you pull over your head – right?”
“Right!” They shook hands, and smiled confidently as one.

…and Kyroot said:
One chap announced to all his nervous territories, “Those who die by fame die by inches,” and he quickly added, “Hey, it ain’t OUR problem.”

…and Kyroot said:
Pigs will never be civilized in the fashion of house cats, for within pigs
there’s still too much pig.
….(FYI: In unacceptably unabridged dictionaries, the word “still” is synonymous with “always.”)

and Kyroot said:
One guy’s job over in the City was to more or less do nothing at all.

…and Kyroot said:
As he was pretending to die for the fortieth time that year, the ole grandfather sore head grabbed the kid’s collar and said, “Boy, boy – can you hear me?
Listen up: make fun of them
before they make fun of you.”

…and Kyroot said:
Everything passes, everything arrives,
everything stays for a while and breaks down.

(All aboard,
all aboard.)

…and Kyroot said:
(More Facts, Statistics & General Information
that you won’t find in just ANY old reference source):
Whenever it would rain
this one guy’d get wet;
at one time he had fifteen billion kin folks.

10/05/90-(1 0)
..and Kyroot said:
One little kid,
who didn’t yet know enough to keep his trap shut,
said at a party of adults,
“All really smart people have a tree growing inside of them.”

…and Kyroot said:
The Spiritual Prince of one thoroughly modern City proclaimed, “Certainly
less sophisticated peoples have their own proverbs and truisms, but who gives a shit!”

…and Kyroot said:
Upon closer scrutiny, one guy was so “taken aback” by himself that he almost
took himself back.

and Kyroot said:
While he was tossing out his last handful of nuts into the
primates compound,
he glanced from the corner of one eye and said,
What’s really neat about Life is that
even when It comes in late, half drunk and horny
It STILL won’t tip toe.”

…and Kyroot said:
Conversations In The Daylight, Number Forty-Two:
“Hey, that’s easy for you to say.”
“I know, that’s why I said it.”

10/05/90- (12.5)
…and Kyroot said:
(A sad, City commentary on this and any other time):
A sensitive fighter says that he could’ve been a contender –
even been champ if only he could’ve found
gloves in a color that coordinated more fashionably with his trunks.

…and Kyroot said:
Its a long way, but a short trip,
from here to Obvious-ville.

10/05/90- (13.5)
…and Kyroot said:
There was this one little planet so poor and backwards that the only myth they could afford told of a guy who was once offered the chance to write his life story and declined.
(and the Invisible Greek Chorus
[sans masks, and performing in English] intoned, “How sad, dear brethren, how bloody, floggin’ sad. Hummm.”)

…and Kyroot said:
In the supermarket of ideas
brand loyalty must remain a matter for experts.

…and Kyroot said:
At a recent reception,
in lieu of a business card,
this chap handed me this statement,
“Possessions are a disease, and greed is my physician.”

…and Kyroot said:
Soon after dying
and discovering there was no after-life
this one guy whined,
“Boy! – there’s probably not any catsup either!”

and Kyroot said:
Submission overcomes violence half the time
in half the places;
that is,
all the time in some worlds , none of the time in others.

…and Kyroot said:
As they were reflectively wiping the elk droppings from their shoes
the ole man finally broke the philosophical silence by saying,
“My boy, cool out…,” and his son quickly attempted correction
by injecting, “No, Pop, you mean ‘chill out’.”
“No, dear sonny boy, I meant to say cool
since I was trying to move you gradually to my ultimate
attention-grabber – but enough of this inter-family digression –
what I wanted to tell you was to – ease-up, cool-out, and
tramp through the woods for the beauty of the day;
no need to worry about the ‘past catching up with you’
as long as you’re carrying it around in your back pocket.”
(And the lad suddenly comprehended what it was he’d
been uncomfortably sitting on for the last three months.)

..and Kyroot said:
This one guy
used to feed the rats around his house,
he said,
in appreciation they might keep away the roaches.

…and Kyroot said:
Another viewer,
(who says he picks up our show courtesy of the inter-play between his bridgework and the steel plate in his mother’s head), says that the program has proved to be a two level experience; Before listening to me he says he’d never even heard of a “Neural Revolutionist,”
and that now, after hearing me speak on the matter, he doesn’t know what one is.

…and Kyroot said:
Never – NEVER:
take your own advice.

…and Kyroot said:
In the late afternoon,
as the sun and their I.Q.’s were going down,
the kid said,
“Pops, somehow it just don’t seem right
to be thinkin’ about things
other people’s already thought about.”
(And since this was their last Kyroot of the day,
the ale man let it pass without comment.)

and Kyroot said:
All of man’s secondary tomorrows are based on the expectation that no today is ever completed.

…and Kyroot said:
Acts can kill,
only facts can murder.

…and Kyroot said:
“Hey boys and girls – wanna play some pretend again? – Yaaaa!… well okay,
then you might as well face it – Words don’t exist -Yaaaa!”

…and Kyroot said:
And a final note from a man who says
he believes all this stuff is just preparation for me to ultimately wage a war against hormones. …..Sir., I’m not ABOUT
to respond to THAT!