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Wednesday, 13 April 2016


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A picture is worth a thousand words. He should have published a picture of a glacier looking like a big freezing cock and saved himself a lot of trouble.

Although I am not an academic, I think that the iconicity of the type seems very disturbing in light of the eloquence of such pieces. I agree/disagree with some of the things being said, but the subaqueous qualities of the cultural motifs notates the substructure of critical thinking. It's time that we became uber-efficient with our regenerated third-generation innovation where exploratory research points to total organisational projections within the cultural exigencies. One may devise a paradigm window to discuss and elucidate holistic organisational paradigm shifts within and without the cultural binding but perhaps it's time to revamp and reboot our systemised expectations.

And, 'W', as it melted the 'feminastis' would be cheering!

Good effort, Uncle Mort, but, alas, you missed out the words 'feminism' and 'colonialism' so it's off to the re-education camp for you!

Hmm...a bit simplistic, Uncle. Your conclusions were anticipated by Von Rilke in his "Der Untergang der Kantischen Weltanschauung" (Tübingen: !863) and famously denounced by Professor Karl-Angst von-und-dem Schrecklichkeit-Waikfeld for ontological deviancy before his unfortunate defenestratio at the hands of bimetalists. As any fule kno.
But clear as mud compared to the limpid prose of our genial host!

Dammit, Sir, there's nothing limp about me, er, at least, there didn't use to be!

Uncle Mort - not bad but you had a full stop, bad boy; and repeated "paradigm" twice.

Actually, pedantising stratospherically, you repeated it once having utilised it precedently.

Should any of you require more "pedantising stratospherically", Uncle Mort does it with style, wit and some real learning over at his place:

Hmm, still more radical Leftism. The ever present defect in democracy.

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