Jan Cox Talk 0914

Only Real Revolutionist Can Bridge Gap Between Words and Action

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#914 Dec 30, 1991 – 1:00 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :20. Human connection to Secondary Level World activity is always more verbal than actual/physical. The “Sunday Christian” holds the same weight as the everyday church-goer. Contrary to popular belief, there is nothing untoward or unhealthy about ordinary hypocrisy.

There is no such thing as an ordinary human that is not a hypocrite. It is the structure of the mind: half of the believed is supported by the non-believed (i.e., polar reality). Only the Neural Revolutionist can truly be non-hypocritical, can bridge the gap between words and action.


The News

There is nothing quite so cute as a serious man “seeking the truth.”

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One reality took his friends on trips. They didn’t have to go anywhere; he just took them on trips.

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One man told himself that the proper, silent beginning to all sentences concerning important ideas is — “Contrary to popular belief….”

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{…In practice of his on-going “self-examination,” one chap says he’s concluded that his stomach is F-A-R too close to his brain.}

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The mayor reassured his brother, “Being incompetent is no excuse for shirking responsibility.”

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{…According to the Creation Myth of this one world, there WAS no creation. …(Those hard working synapses love these short lapses.)}

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Without knowing the premise one can’t be properly cynical or sarcastic toward the punch line. Life sees to it that most everyone knows the premise.

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{…When not afforded access by birth or valor, some men believe that entre to the Inner Court is by bringing the king bad news. …(What but the mind of a human puppeteer could be impressed by what the figure on his own left hand is saying?)}

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Each morning one guy determined what time he got up by how he felt. (He says it’s not as easy as it sounds.)

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{…Vegas Update: Those who don’t know like to scoff at those who do; …even if those who do — don’t!}

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The god in charge reported back to reality that some of the locals, as they attended the prescribed religious services, were now reflecting on their stupidities, rather than their sins.
(…and after a heartbeat, Kyroot added: Variation-of-sorts to the last five words: “Individual stupidities, rather than collective sins.”)

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{…As they stood pondering the majesty of the bus station, a father told his son, “In this life, boy, in this city, to ‘get anywhere’ you gotta have TWO tickets.”}

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There’s a psychic in the city who, for a fee, will let you tell her your past, present and future.

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Those truly prepared don’t have to be prepared.
…(Footnote: The revolutionist must ultimately be on guard but for one intruder. …[Yeah, it was always that way; it just takes a while to realize it.])

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One recent city cult believes there are two possible afterlifes: One for adjective advocates, and another for those who support adverbs. …(A fellow standing over by the pickle barrel says that if you think about it when you’re good and warm, it isn’t all that farfetched.)

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{…Here’s a hot-wire news item: The man’s immediate response to being executed was to say, “I might change what I do, but by god sir, not what I am. …(“Proof again,” adds our sportscaster, “that only the dead can be dogmatic.”)}

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Mere physical standards are only sufficient for life-&-death situations. Life-&-death situations are not sufficient for man.

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{…One knowledgeable monarch used to give out awards like they were at a fire sale. (He especially enjoyed the ones based on Lack Of Merit.)}

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Working himself darn close to a fit, one man asked himself, “How can the mind be a reflection of what a man is when it seems to me that we are now little more than our mind to begin with?” (He wondered if some sort of trick was being pulled on him; he wondered this for the nine hundredth time.)

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The belief seems to be that if they can develop a more cultured bus driver, the quality of the passengers will somehow improve.

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Although as kind of a harmless joke, the reports come in otherwise — More people are fighting to get in captivity than to get out.

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{…As one rock-&-roll park philosopher is wont to remind his flock, “Hey, there’s safety in safety.”}

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News item you won’t see anywhere else: Once it was announced that a cow had won the poetry competition, many contestants pretended they hadn’t wanted to enter in the first place.

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The ole man told the kid, “The more you know, the less cause you have to speak of those who don’t.”
…and Kyroot said: The kid wanted to tell the ole man that life seemed to say just the opposite.

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{…One guy said that he had “Brains to spare,” but don’t you ASK to borrow his liver.}

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One reality arranged things so that, with its creatures, things understood the least were talked about the most. (A visiting scholar says he can only pray this doesn’t spread.)

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Another Gamey Fairy Tale from the land of grey goo and random electrical charges: “The transient had several comments to make. He made ’em and left; and the people were flabbergasted.”

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{…’Twas the grand mind of man what invented the word, “Excessive,” and it did so originally as a compliment to itself.
…(My how the mighty have fallen, Doctor Godot.)}

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“Help!” he shouted, “I’ve been shot in the obvious.” “That’s,” the town people replied, “what they all say!”

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{…After having some years to ponder the matter, the king looked upon his neural offsprings and thought, “Knowing my intellectual daughters as I do, I don’t want them marrying any young man — for reasons I don’t care to go into.”}

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Another of those unwritten city laws: The silent are seldom appreciated. …(and after an insinuating pause, Kyroot added: You damn sure better have a properly expansive conception of the word, “appreciate.”)

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{…Knowing how five always follows four, one guy has no faith in nice days. …(He is considering running for public office, or writing scripts for nature and economic documentaries.)}

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Some ole sorehead writes us as follows: “After listening to you for some time now, I’ve decided that only the dumb are serious, which fits into my own thinking pretty good since I’d already decided that everybody else is dumb, anyway. My only problem now is — Why am I so serious?!!” …(Oh! — down at the bottom he wrote, “RSVP — Yo’ mama!!”)

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{…In his attempt to “be cute,” one man succeeded in ONLY that. But, Hey — what’d you want with your “fairness” — whipped cream and a cherry?!!}

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The king’s Private Priest had a private prayer repeated only to himself: “Blessed seem those who don’t care.”

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{…Thinkers envying gladiators is nothing new; warriors admiring historians is old hat; but a fashion designer with a back room filled with bullet-riddled mirrors — well now…}

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As revealed in his unpublished resume, this one guy every morning before breakfast would have several thoughts. He would then shrug and brush his teeth.

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{…One fellow says he’s sure the reason we were given a reality of three dimensions is so there’d be enough corners to go around.}

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“The University Not Against Anything” closed its doors for good today. You know — that place that opened yesterday…

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{…As the sun shone bright over the city, an ole man said to his kid, “Just remember — we all get a second chance.” And the lad said, “I’m sorry, Pop — what were you saying?”
…(Several of the financial backers behind your local Captain Irony want it known that the above is far too silly and obvious to have any pertinence to their man and his wonderful work.
…[Psst! — Something they don’t know is that in some places they shoot the dumb with the obvious.])}

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Shouting mightily, the park philosopher declared, “Our fate is sealed in words.” And a man with an ice cream novelty said, “My aunt steamed her’s open.”

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{…and Kyroot (the anchorman) said: According to a paper to be read at the upcoming convention, one man tracked down the source of most of his worry to his nervous system.}

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If you could live wide enough, and see sufficiently away, you might come to the suspicion that the down beat is always in the next measure.

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{…Then another chap explained his position by saying that he was waiting for reality to overtake him.}

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One guy thought it might be fun to know more than everybody else. He was right.

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{…Once upon a long time, and far-de-far away, a man paused and pondered, “If you’re correct and only you know it — is it sufficient?” …(In the lands of make-believy even bakers starve — Hell, what am I saying? — It is only the cobblers who go shoeless.)}

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“Yes,” admitted the man when questioned. “Yes, yes, and double-yes again.” (They didn’t bother him after that.)

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{…and Kyroot noted: Few people admit they know what the “revolution” may be about, but EVERY one knows about the “anti revolution” — (albeit, under another name.)}

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{…Inside of his own secondary clinic, one man decided that the most efficient way to treat his ills was to fire the diagnostician.}

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{…The experienced city agent told the incoming generation of performers, “There are two ways to get your own show: Either have talent, or have none at all.” And someone asked, “How can you tell the difference?” And he replied, “You can’t.”}

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After having read a book someone wrote, one guy thought, “Crap, I could do THAT.” — (He thought this for the five thousandth time.)

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{…To re-do things a lot of times over, in the city, is good for the city.}

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One man kept his opinions to himself, and a strange thing happened. Then he kept them from himself, and it got even weirder. (That is, “weirder” as in “neater.”)

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A couple of young kids in the village decided to get together and run the king out of town. The idea was so preposterous that it worked.

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{…a viewer writes: “I don’t imagine you get much fan mail from royalty.”}

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One local reality said its secret for a youthful complexion was in, “Taking asses and kicking names.”

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As long as he knew the dance was still going, the king didn’t bother to ask for reports from the battlefield. …(When the sheep get hip they don’t have to “bell Mary.”)

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