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Luce NDs

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How does one support the KISS Prin. in light of the complexity of the situation in politics, justice, economy, etc?

Does it require a great deal of naivete for the process to continue indefinitely and possibly indeterminately?

Could power corrupt the process so that the folk on lesser rungs of the ladder wouldn't learn? It appears an established domain is some zones ...
 

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Socrates on simplicity has been supportive and encouraging. As has my Friesian ancestry. We are a people well able to apply ourselves. We are also clear that the habit of acquisition leads to the increased burden of responsibility. Consider the Western middle classes deep in debt to maintain their status as successful consumers. The general population is distracted and diverted by the persuasion of the mass media.

“In his essay Brave New World Revisited (1958), Huxley explains the role of these “distractions” as tools of control: “They did not foresee what in fact has happened … the development of a vast mass communications industry, concerned in the main neither with the true nor the false, but with the unreal, the more or less totally irrelevant.

“In a word, they failed to take into account man’s almost infinite appetite for distractions…. In Brave New World non-stop distractions of the most fascinating nature are deliberately used as instruments of policy, for the purpose of preventing people from paying too much attention to the realities of the social and political situation.”

Read more at WEBPAGE.​
 

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Socrates on simplicity has been supportive and encouraging. As has my Friesian ancestry. We are a people well able to apply ourselves. We are also clear that the habit of acquisition leads to the increased burden of responsibility. Consider the Western middle classes deep in debt to maintain their status as successful consumers. The general population is distracted and diverted by the persuasion of the mass media.

“In his essay Brave New World Revisited (1958), Huxley explains the role of these “distractions” as tools of control: “They did not foresee what in fact has happened … the development of a vast mass communications industry, concerned in the main neither with the true nor the false, but with the unreal, the more or less totally irrelevant.

“In a word, they failed to take into account man’s almost infinite appetite for distractions…. In Brave New World non-stop distractions of the most fascinating nature are deliberately used as instruments of policy, for the purpose of preventing people from paying too much attention to the realities of the social and political situation.”

Read more at WEBPAGE.​
There is so much out there to distract ... so the simple becomes something else again!

There are those in the dark zone that cannot see what goes on during twilight!

Until it dons on eM!
 
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Socrates on simplicity has been supportive and encouraging. As has my Friesian ancestry. We are a people well able to apply ourselves. We are also clear that the habit of acquisition leads to the increased burden of responsibility. Consider the Western middle classes deep in debt to maintain their status as successful consumers. The general population is distracted and diverted by the persuasion of the mass media.

“In his essay Brave New World Revisited (1958), Huxley explains the role of these “distractions” as tools of control: “They did not foresee what in fact has happened … the development of a vast mass communications industry, concerned in the main neither with the true nor the false, but with the unreal, the more or less totally irrelevant.

“In a word, they failed to take into account man’s almost infinite appetite for distractions…. In Brave New World non-stop distractions of the most fascinating nature are deliberately used as instruments of policy, for the purpose of preventing people from paying too much attention to the realities of the social and political situation.”

Read more at WEBPAGE.​
Agreed. Everything except naming ancestry as a reason. One could say that about any ancestry or mixed ancestry.
 

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I think you can bring ancestry/culture into it, as well.

My dad used to say that "The Irish would be kings, except for the drink". There's a few dregs of truth in there. A certain hysterical wastefulness that comes into its own when it comes to poetry.
 

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I think you can bring ancestry/culture into it, as well.

My dad used to say that "The Irish would be kings, except for the drink". There's a few dregs of truth in there. A certain hysterical wastefulness that comes into its own when it comes to poetry.
Ancestry is at the roots of what we are ... thus it passes!
 

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Fete Noir ... is that to be down called by Trump ... really being an honour to standing up to excess brutism?

Something appearing as it isn't ... in altruism all that was lost! The Midnight Shades remain mysterious ...
 

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Do you anyone that believes they should do anything their will, power of desire, leads them to?

Oh ... ignore that comment ... it was just a stray thought ... as appearance of alien information ... strange intelligence! May be temporal ...
 

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A line is drawn in the san of time ... to protect those above the law or those under the power of law imposed by those above it!

The cognate of such word collective may confuse the under stood section ... the brutish and cause logical fallacy ... right?

And all that is left ... will that be the Runes of Free Willis? More rendered phat ... a cognate from the imaginary land of Egypt regarding Phtha ... as a diphthong on insanity of those on the wrong side of the lion in the san!

Some context of information coming from all perspectives may be required as poly tech ... or multitudes of people that are Shue doff by alien inquiries ... thus illusions of UFO's!

Imagine such glowing events as occurring beyond the state of mind as aphorism:

Recall Canadians have difficulty accepting alien, stange and other UFO's ... as substance of things they don;t know! More to learn again ...

They may appear as a grin of teeth in the dark when you are about to be bit by the bug ....
 
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APHORISM:
a pithy observation that contains a general truth, such as, “if it ain't broke, don't fix it.”.​
"the old aphorism “the child is father to the man”"​
synonyms:​
saying, maxim, axiom, adage, precept, epigram, epigraph, dictum, gnome, pearl of wisdom, proverb, saw, tag, motto​

Imagine encountering this in pas'time ... thus met aphorism as something broken up in fractals as in diffuse information ... to support those not wishing to process saleint substances ...

Breaks me right up ... the abandonment of detailed intelligence! Nothing quite broken up like it ... or not!

Communication can be like that ... in dashes and periods ... doddering old fools? Tell them nothing integral ... they won't believe you any hows ... thoughts are like water cerebral fluid ... head breakers?
 

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SALIENT:

adjective

  1. 1.
    most noticeable or important.
    "it succinctly covered all the salient points of the case"
    synonyms:important, main, principal, major, chief, primary, notable, noteworthy, outstanding, arresting, conspicuous, striking, noticeable, obvious, remarkable, signal, prominent, pronounced, predominant, dominant, key, crucial, vital, essential, basic, staple, critical, pivotal, prime, central, focal, paramount
    "the salient points stuck out clearly in her mind"
  2. 2.
    (of an angle) pointing outward.


In a squeeze the salient may give up some sapiens as a pain! Hoo Moo's ... milking the beef for what is hidden (sacredly) to be learned later!

Thus Grinch with vert Egos ... the vegetable part of the Nu Rose Systematics ... it too will pas' as rule of temporal substance!

Raising a question again ... where do thoughts go when denied? These are lost on physical powers as a safe place to hide!
 

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Is it possible to imagine political powers with mental/emotional challenges?


There are some that say these are incorrect memes ... and others say that memes don't even exist as they are related to djinns! Further ... I wonder about political djinns as unnatural things wishing to defeat the environment! It just doesn't belong in their world ...

Thus individualized souls that arrive without a thought ... uniquely and individually made although the alternates say noma'n is a island ... just a spark left after burning through ...
 

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If you're going to express a thought ... do it so complexly that the vernacular will not understand ... as knowledge outside of King James' world is taboo ... a quite misty as the Mister designates cloudiness should be ... I wait for the one with the silver lining ... my acquaintances say that is a mire dream ... dirt storm in the darkness? Amazing sacred things ... keep them under cover ...
 

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Why would a person of an oppressed group be chastised for speaking about being nailed with taxes ... when a bullish character can displace taxes from the elite with great freedom?

It happens ... especially in NB where the LAN is under the thumb of RV'n ... many folks have 4 wheeling advantages ... 3 wheel consequences for reduction ...
 

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Is there evidence in the powerful occidental regions that perverted sex is wrong for lesser people ... but OK for the powerful?
 

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Persons addicted to power in all times and places have been prone to the practice of unrestrained lust. Corporate advertising has sexualized every aspect of our lives. When we pay for our groceries we pass through a narrow gate. On one side are magazines with images of cleavage. On the other side there is candy of every kind.
 
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Should they tape a paper cloak over the images, like curtains? (Joking) I think cleavage is just a natural normal thing. Women come in all shapes and sizes. For some it’s inevitable whether it’s perceived as sexual or not. In most cases, it is not meant to get anyone worked up over, so get over it and keep it to yourselves. It’s our chest, on our torsos - and it’s hot in the summer...and so men need to stop obsessing about a bit of skin. Do you think nursing babies shouldn’t be done in public, too? Anyway, even if it is meant to be sexy...if it’s just in the service of money and power, I agree. For art and fashion (which is a form of self expression) ...I don’t agree with you...again, as long as it’s distanced from greed and power.


Be more concerned that looks do not dictate a person’s worth as a human being. And that powerful men don’t get away with abusing women.
 
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