Jan Cox Talk 0681

Talk Efficiently Affects Others by Providing Helpful Info or Frightful Info


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#681 ** Aug 1, 1990 ** – 1:05 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :05. Alternative names for E-force, E-pool: the disturbing factor; the disruptive stranger; third party interruptus. All history is replete with two party relationships, established couples, C and D propping each other up and weary, worn out with the effort. Enter a third party—vital, fresh and unconnected in background to the others—and the status quo is forever changed. Such stories of this disrupted status quo are endlessly attractive and with plots based usually on Primary Level sexual energy.

All New Ideas are disruptive strangers, fearfully unconnected, unrecognizable as kin to City family; they are always apparently and immediately threatening. C and D as mutual props are vulnerable to third parties; to a new face, new energy which rightfully engenders the fear of extinction of the present partners’ status quo.

The most immediately efficient way of marking off territory, of creating a memorable impact, impression on another: 1) ability to convey helpful, useful info; 2) ability to frighten with untoward info (dire predictions, bad news etc.). #2 is the predictably vast majority percentage of energy transfers—gossip being a superb example, being bad news about others or about. self (confession).

History remembers however, those who are able to utilize the #1 possibility of energy conveyance; such is always the beginning of all new religions and institutions. Very soon however, the course of ordinary historical development converts #1. into #2.


…and Kyroot said:
Act 2, Scene..2,
The older male lead speaks,
“Just remember son,
People can talk about,
Anything they want to.”,
And the young supporting actor kid giggled,
“I just love it,
When the old man,
Makes With the jokes.”
…and Kyroot said:
If submission,
Is love, 
Then the Wolf pack is our, Familiar paradigm.
(And –
Who is to say, It is not!)
…and Kyroot said:
Although a certain “Telling of things” Can appear truthful,
It may not be,
Useful. (It’s,
According to, Where you live.)
…and Kyroot said:
If revision,
And theft,
Weren’t so much fun –
Everyone would be talented.
…and Kyroot said:
Do not marry,
Beneath their station.
..and Kyroot said:
One mother poked the kid, And said,
When it comes to info; You can’look it up’, But can you,
‘Face it down’?”
…(The little girl,
Hardly knew,
What to think,
Since she hadn’t planned,
To be in this Kyroot.)
…and Kyroot said:
Real failure,
Is a lot further away,
Than everyone else believes.
..and Kyroot said:
Once a thing is named in the Secondary World, So it is,
And yet,
It also remains what it was.
…and Kyroot said:
And one guy,
(Just speaking for himself),
“I’m just speaking for myself”.
…and Kyroot said:
Seeking other men’s opinions, Is same as,
Seeking none.
…and Kyroot said: (Just in case,
They’ll hold your place in line, Not necessarily just for you, I suppose,
But they will hold it for someone You get surprisingly Delayed…ha,hah,ha.)
…and Kyroot said:
First Player; “There are greater things to be done, That have yet been done.”,
Second Voice; “Aye, but the same could be said for, What’s already been done.”
…and Kyroot said:
In this one,
Bivouac area,
Some mornings the first up,
Would be shot,
While on others,
The last to arise,
Would be so dispatched;
The selection twix the two,
Was determined the night before,
By a secret coin toss.
…and Kyroot said:
Over by the Great Intersection, I heard a man say,
“I have come to the place,
Whereby I now have,
No more regard for my memory, Than has it for me.”
…and Kyroot said:
In the Secondary Kingdoms
A knight can be heroic ONLY in Silent quests and secret adventures.
…and Kyroot said:
Do not be misled:
Pushing and shoving can,
Help a lot,
If you’re in a,
Pushing And Shoving Contest.
…and Kyroot said:
This one guy declares,
“Well, we’ve come too far to turn back now.”,
And a fellow guy countered,
We’ve come too far to do any thing now.”
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…and Kyroot said:
Then there was this one kid Who all the time would say, “I don’t get it,
I don’t get it.”
…and Kyroot said:
Those who believe life to be,
A mere trifle,
And men insignificant,
Dust in the wind,
And those who believe otherwise,
And each is more wrong than the other.
…and Kyroot said:
Sang out,
The amorous bard, “Love’s a repose, Love’s a struggle;
I’m the soap,
You’re the bubble.” (As it turned out,
The object of his desire, Was a pin prick,
But – “Hey”…)
…and Kyroot said:
Its hard to be mad,
When you’re right. (“O00000-Weeeeee,”
Said the kid,
“There for sure’s One I don’t wanna, Think about.)
…and Kyroot said:
I ask you;
If you don’t operate,
At the cutting edge,
Of your brain – who will? !!