Jan Cox Talk 0374

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And Kyroot Said…

In the City I don’t know why they think it’s such a big deal
to just “be yourself,” ’cause it ain’t… leastwise how they do
it.

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The real purpose of a bird watching society is NOT to spot
sparrows.

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To be in debt is to partially die, (or at least to willfully
make yourself short of breath).

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Don’t ever let ’em rehabilitate you; you ain’t worth the
bother… even if it succeeds.

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Generally speaking, from the Revolutionist’s view, the facts
Men see are not, and the ones they don’t, are.

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Anyone whose dying words were, “I tried so hard to do what’s
right,” deserved to die.

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All City ideas of religion are bridges spanning the gorge
‘twixt ignorance and a cold spell.

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Tell me who you think you are, and I’ll tell you who you’re
not.

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The final chorus of all fanatical operas is a death march of
some kind.

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Those “artsie” folks in the City who like to begin their
songs with the words, “Whenever I get to thinking…” never do.

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Through their rituals and beliefs, the City constructively
declares, “Some things must NEVER change,” to which the
Revolutionist adds, “God, I hope not.”
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Chaos is in the eye of the beholder.

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The general purpose of the City and its many Institutions is
to insure order and predictability, which the Revolutionist
strongly supports — for others.

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A certain ruler proclaimed to the People, “Blah blah blah
blah blah, and further blah blah-more,” and afterwards a new
courier said, “Sire, what you told the People was not true.”
“Ah,” said the king, “what’s the truth among friends.”

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Would a Real Revolutionist’s life be based on knowledge, or
experience?

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And who can distinguish the two?

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The Past is the home of the slogan, “A lotta good
it’ll do you.”

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You’ll never soar like the eagles if you mistake anacondas
for worms.

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Those who speak about what the “Great men would do if they
were still here” are simply suffering over a bad pull in their
own self-approval muscle.

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Never trust a god who takes credit for inventing Man.

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Ordinary people can’t laugh at life ’cause they got nothing
to compare it to.

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