You: Why Dave; why now?
Me: Well, I've two talented kids; the younger mentioned my stopping with the lectures. Then enthusiastically asked, 'Dad, can I help you set up a blog?' Moments later, Me: 'OK, that's great, thinkin' they might just read it someday.
me ---> 'Gaarr of Blog', aka General Synthesist or da..d <---
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Matters of Import & Timely Expertise
repressing gossip and hate-speech, while protecting our Republic's necessary freedom to righteously offend.
An Inspired Mappable Ponderosity:
'To say: "He is a man of truth," is to say nothing; to say: "He is a man of of," is to state an elementary truth of logic.'
Winston Davids, 1969 - Trinity College
And thanks for pianoforte: 'Anything from the 14th century on...' and at my wedding: DC, 1979.
“If all misfortunes were laid in one common heap whence everyone must take an equal portion, most people would be contented to take their own and depart.”
Socrates, 400BC -
History, Mathematics, Human Affairs, UncommonSense Vs Commononsense
To fairly divide misfortune in equal amounts as with fairly dividing fortunes requires a judge, a selector, a chooser, someone superior to us all. Yet for this it is impossible. Our founders and our founder’s founder’s founders realized we must have faith, that upon our death, all will be revealed or reviled. There is no other way unless some egomaniacal charlatan despot appoints himself or worse: it is elected without even knowing its name. In both cases throughout history it has always failed. (you’re welcome; thank you Socrates)