Jan Cox Talk 0630

What Talk Creates–It Can Destroy

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#630 Apr 4, 1990 – 1:05 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :07. What talk creates, talk can destroy. Everything beyond SL/secondary level affairs is created, supported by talk. SL is usurping, consuming PL/primary level purview. Individual personality is nonexistent without talk. In a sense man creates himself thru his talk. Connect this with what talk creates it can destroy: talk can ‘cure’ certain mortal problems (i.e., SL problems), therefore to the Real Revolutionist such cure is automatically suspect, a mere undoing of what talk originally created.

However, while Life allows men to believe talk adequately cures some problems, it does not want men in general to understand that talk will destroy all mortal problems, To wit, all those areas men believe is NOT aided by talk. E.g., men’s desire to change themselves, exists concurrently with feelings that such can’t be done. PL affairs have a full and immediate payoff; SL ones can have a sizable time-lag in their payoff. SL affairs are always open to revision.


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11/03/8941)
…and Kyroot said:
If the nucleus can’t grow – forget it
11/03/8942)
…and Kyroot said:
After hearing of the new, specializations of people becoming,not attorneys, but “legal assistants”, and not doctors, but “medical aids”, this one chap decided that the new height of his ambitions would be to become a “pare–person”
11/03/8943)
…and Kyroot said:
“Hey Pop, inasmuch as you’ve already told me that ‘everything’s an indication of everything else’ doesn’t it follow that ‘nothing’s an indication of anything else’?”, and the man
called “Pop”
was damn near
overcome by
cerebral
carbonation.
11103/8944)
…and Kyroot said:
After hearing his little charge whine on about how all the great discoveries and inventions had already been done and used up, this one father offered his encouragement by saying,
“But just think of all the grand things that have yet to be attempted verbally!”
11/03/8945)
…and Kyroot said:
All theories regarding sitting are derived from the act of walking.
11/3/89-(6)
…and Kyroot said:
I once met this guy who would take things he had to do, and do them at times other than when they actually had to be done, and on the other hand, (as you might suspect), he would take things he didn’t actually “have to do”, and
not do them.
11/03/89-(7)
…and Kyroot said:
Real pilots fly nude.
11/03/89-(8)
…and Kyroot said:
So’s not to waste any time, one push-ahead-father told his newly born
son on the day he was
delivered, “Kid, if you’ve got a past, you ain’t a Revolutionist.”
11103/8949)
…and Kyroot said:
This guy told his cousin who had just arrived from another planet,
“Whenever they’re yackin’ at you, and you’re stuck for a reply just tell ’em – ‘See my agent, see my agent’.”, and the emigre sez that he don’t have an agent, and the guy replies, “That’s what
you think.”
11/03/89-(10)
…and Kyroot said:
While out of touch at yet another of those„those, conventions, (don’t
any of you wonder how I get invited to so many of these conclaves?, well I ’11 tell you – I don’t), any how in one of the side rooms some of us were treated to a presentation of the Muncie Theorum which states that,
“If one theorem will do, Life will give you two.”,
…(Professor Muncie says he has a second one also, but that he prefers to save it for next year.)
11/03/89411)
…and Kyroot said:
While on some worlds poets are want to muse about “the heavens weeping for the suffering of the living creatures”, if a more complex truth be known, and the cosmos
so anthropomorphized, they would
more likely be enthralled by the discovery of today’s local conflict and-destruction-being verbal disguises for the joy and vigor of the universal tomorrow.
11/03/89 (12)
…and Kyroot said:
Over in this one area there are two brothers both in the psychiatric
trade, and with a certain
similarity in approach; When a patient appears to be running out of interest, money, or
patience the first doctor brother will counsel, “My dear, Sir, or Madame, my advice to you is that you should ‘clean up your acts.”, and under the same circumstances the other brother is inclined to conclude, “And so, Mr., or Mrs. Patient, my suggestion is that you go and ‘clean up your room’.”…(neither
of these two practitioners are particularly well known – much less liked, outside of my own
imagination.)
. _ _ _ _
11/03/89-(1 3)
…and Kyroot said:
Ordinary pictures of ordinary life are a patchwork.
11/03/89-(14)
…and Kyroot said:
Another traveler I met on my many sojourns told me that his visits to other universes had taught him one thing in particular which was that none of the gods anywhere seem to like being asked, “When are you
having a sale?”
11/03/89-(15)
…and Kyroot said:
The beige section of one guy’s brain declared, “I am dazzled by my
own brilliance.”, and the ocher area replied, “You got weak eyes.”
11/03/89416)
…and Kyroot said:
Over in this somewhat, circular, cellular state, there was a man who
was ‘well respected”,
and he one day admitted
that he did not know
why this was so, and
he was respected even more
11/03/89417)
…and Kyroot said:
If you have relatives who won’t talk to you, rest easy – they’re not
really relatives.
I Y03189418)
…and Kyroot said:
A short scene from the larger drama of,
“Reason and Logic Are Alive and Well,
Their Verbal Worth I Cannot Tell”, as we join the action a first actor speaks, “You cannot have a vacation until you have a job.”, and a second player responds, “But if you did not have a job you would not need a vacation.”, and now we see the first actor think on this for a moment, then for an hour, then for a day, until he finally returns to the stage and says to his companion, “I now have a response to your last comment, it does however, require that I first kill you.”
11/03/89-(19)
…and Kyroot said:
Cartographical impossibilities are often just the ticket for the
Revolutionist.
11/3/89-(20)
…and Kyroot said:
Our final figure for the evening is a gentleman who sends word that he will able to recognize a truly”advanced civilization” when he finds one that has replaced the word “ironic”
with “inevitable.”