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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 05:20 PM
Total presence breaks on the univocal predication of the exterior absolute the absolute existent (of that of which it is not possible to univocally predicate an outside, while the equivocal predication of the outside of the absolute exterior is possible of that of which the reality so predicated is not the reality, viz., of the dark/of the self, the identity of which is not outside the absolute identity of the outside, which is to say that the equivocal predication of identity is possible of the self-identity which is not identity, while identity is univocally predicated of the limit to the darkness, of the limit of the reality of the self). This is the real exteriority of the absolute outside: the reality of the absolutely unconditioned absolute outside univocally predicated of the dark: the light univocally predicated of the darkness: the shining of the light univocally predicated of the limit of the darkness: actuality univocally predicated of the other of self-identity: existence univocally predicated of the absolutely unconditioned other of the self. The precision of the shining of the light breaking the dark is the other-identity of the light. The precision of the absolutely minimum transcendence of the dark is the light itself/the absolutely unconditioned exteriority of existence for the first time/the absolutely facial identity of existence/the proportion of the new creation sans depth/the light itself ex nihilo: the dark itself univocally identified, i.e., not self-identity identity itself equivocally, not the dark itself equivocally, in “self-alienation,” not “self-identity, itself in self-alienation” “released” in and by “otherness,” and “actual other,” “itself,” not the abysmal inversion of the light, the reality of the darkness equivocally, absolute identity equivocally predicated of the self/selfhood equivocally predicated of the dark (the reality of this darkness the other-self-covering of identity which is the identification person-self).

 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 05:21 PM
You're right, that sure is awful.

 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 05:21 PM
What he said...

 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 05:22 PM
Run that by me one more time please.

 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 05:25 PM
wow - wish I would have said that...

 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 05:28 PM
HEY!!!!!!!!!!!!! you copied my paper!!!!

 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 05:41 PM
D'oh
 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 05:41 PM
I know you are but what am I ?

 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 05:46 PM
I don't dare mention BDOB as a metaphor to all bikers who could have been involved in that in some way.



I'll save that for jerryspringerass.


 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 05:55 PM
Oh no you did not just fire the first shot!!!!
 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 06:18 PM

Another person who likes to create those attention grabbing thread titles.

We should call ourselves "Shock Posters" instead of "Shock Jocks",

Brother Ron, i'm glad i'm not the only sarcastic butt around here.

I don't feel alone with you, Dwarfie and C'Mule to contribute.........

 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 06:50 PM
The author is D.G. Leahy, writing in Foundation: Matter the Body Itself. I, umm, used to be able to write kind of like that. I was, how you say, a philosophy major for a while. Prof told me the reason no one reads William James - whose writing is elegant, and easily understood, despite its depth - and people still rage over Edmund Husserl is because Husserl's writing is so dense no one can tell if there's anything there. I think I can still discuss the non-positional I, but 20 years of hangin' with the folks I hang with, I dunno....

anyway, for more fun go here:

The Bad Writing Contest

Press Releases, 1996-1998

http://www.denisdutton.com/bad_writing.htm


 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 07:01 PM
Maybe if I have the time and inclination later, I'll take a shot at that.

In the meantime, this essay forever changed my writing:

http://www.resort.com/~prime8/Orwell/patee.html

 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 07:33 PM
Well, I've encountered the Dark and it didn't fry my brain as bad as that dude evidently experienced......

 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 07:39 PM
hey, thanks for that link. i'm going to read the essay in its entirety when i have time tomorrow. professor laski's 5 negatives in 53 words is impressively bad writing. wow!

incidentally - and this is my edit - taking the time to read what you've written, trying to put yourself in the place of your reader, is a good method for improving the clarity of your writing.


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Maybe if I have the time and inclination later, I'll take a shot at that.

In the meantime, this essay forever changed my writing:

http://www.resort.com/~prime8/Orwell/patee.html




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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 07:41 PM
Can I say "yawn" without hurting anyone's feelings?

 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 07:43 PM
OMG! I understood every word!








 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 07:47 PM
hahahaha...

OK, and here's how i became a philosophy major:

summer of '75, between high school and college, i saw woody allen's 'love and death.' the hilariously wordy, pretentious rat-a-tat conversations between his character and diane keaton's character? i sat in the theatre and decided i'd feel educated when i could follow what they were saying, and get the joke. eventually i did, but at what terrible price, i ask?!!?? :~)

 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 07:52 PM
There is a place for bad writing....below is a link. When I first heard about Bulwar-Litton I searched high and low for one of his works. Finally I stumbled on an obscure volume and opened it to discover the inside had been hollowed out as an old fashioned book safe. For those of you who aren't familiar with what I'm talking about, people would find the worst book in their collection....the one no one in their right mind would ever think of reading.....and cut the inside out to ouse as a place to hide small valuables. Anyway, I not only found a Bulwar-Litton novel, but an altered one at that which was just perfect. I had to fight the owner of the store to sell it to me because he thought it was so damaged he had to throw it away. That added to the whole experience. Anyway, check out the opening line of the 2007 winner by clicking on the 2007 winner link.

http://www.bulwer-lytton.com/

 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 07:55 PM
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Total presence breaks on the univocal predication of the exterior absolute the absolute existent (of that of which it is not possible to univocally predicate an outside, while the equivocal predication of the outside of the absolute exterior is possible of that of which the reality so predicated is not the reality, viz., of the dark/of the self, the identity of which is not outside the absolute identity of the outside, which is to say that the equivocal predication of identity is possible of the self-identity which is not identity, while identity is univocally predicated of the limit to the darkness, of the limit of the reality of the self). This is the real exteriority of the absolute outside: the reality of the absolutely unconditioned absolute outside univocally predicated of the dark: the light univocally predicated of the darkness: the shining of the light univocally predicated of the limit of the darkness: actuality univocally predicated of the other of self-identity: existence univocally predicated of the absolutely unconditioned other of the self. The precision of the shining of the light breaking the dark is the other-identity of the light. The precision of the absolutely minimum transcendence of the dark is the light itself/the absolutely unconditioned exteriority of existence for the first time/the absolutely facial identity of existence/the proportion of the new creation sans depth/the light itself ex nihilo: the dark itself univocally identified, i.e., not self-identity identity itself equivocally, not the dark itself equivocally, in “self-alienation,” not “self-identity, itself in self-alienation” “released” in and by “otherness,” and “actual other,” “itself,” not the abysmal inversion of the light, the reality of the darkness equivocally, absolute identity equivocally predicated of the self/selfhood equivocally predicated of the dark (the reality of this darkness the other-self-covering of identity which is the identification person-self).


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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 08:05 PM
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Another person who likes to create those attention grabbing thread titles.

We should call ourselves "Shock Posters" instead of "Shock Jocks",

Brother Ron, i'm glad i'm not the only sarcastic butt around here.

I don't feel alone with you, Dwarfie and C'Mule to contribute.........


Kenny, my friend, sarcastic is my middle name.


On a similar note I happened to see a torrent on Zomb today for a death metal band called "Death Breath"

Couldn't help but want to share it with spiral_a-hole, maybe get him interested in something "doomier" that candleass.

Great some titles like:

Death Breath

Give Head to the Dead

Black Breath (not too original).

I'll try to find that again.

 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 08:09 PM
And here it is, I need to DL this, lots of stuff the kids can sing along to:

Death Breath
Debaser
Stockholm
Sweden
November 4, 2007
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01. DJ Intro
02. Giving Head To The Dead
03. Death Breath
04. Chopping Spree
05. Black Breath (Repulsion)
06. Dead But Walking
07. Heading For Decapitation
08. A Morbid Mind
09. His Protoplasmic Worship
10. DJ Outro


I wonder if they play blues, sure looks depressing.

 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 08:13 PM
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Yeah, sure


That's easy for him to say, eh?

On the topic of bad writing, I once had a copy of "The Best of Bad Hemingway." It probably had a subtitle. Apparently there is a bar or cafe somewhere, I think it might have been Ohio, that sponsors an annual contest where the contestants submit parodies, tributes, and imitations of Hemingway's work. Some of that stuff was downright hilarious, especially if you're familiar with a lot of Hemingway.


There was a man. He was an old man. Not a very old man, but an old one. He awoke each day to birds. The birds were good. He'd seen birds as a youth exploring the Michigan woods. Those birds were also good. The man had a dog. The dog would chase the birds. He would chase the birds, and the birds would fly. The man watched. The dog chased. The birds flew. It was good that the dog did not catch the birds. The man liked waking to the songs of the birds. They were happy songs. The man remembered happy songs from his childhood. His mother sang happy songs. His father drank. His mother would sing and his father would drink . . .

(just a little bad Hemingway ad-lib )


 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 08:15 PM
Droogie, you know that mustache Hank Hill is wearing is trademarked, right?

 

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  posted on 4/15/2008 at 08:17 PM
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And here it is, I need to DL this, lots of stuff the kids can sing along to:

Death Breath
Debaser
Stockholm
Sweden
November 4, 2007
(FM - P3 Live - Swedish Radio)

01. DJ Intro
02. Giving Head To The Dead
03. Death Breath
04. Chopping Spree
05. Black Breath (Repulsion)
06. Dead But Walking
07. Heading For Decapitation
08. A Morbid Mind
09. His Protoplasmic Worship
10. DJ Outro


I wonder if they play blues, sure looks depressing.


LOL ! I like "Heading for Decapitation"..I bet thats a winner.

Swedish Death Metal I'm sure !

 

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