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can you understand U.S. MEDIA

Re: can you understand U.S. MEDIA
« Reply #10 on: May 17, 2005, 10:56:41 PM »
vagueness not same as profundity.

profundity is your word, my friend, yet
ambiguity is vagueness so obtuse;
profondity the way to your door found.

par example:

facetious humor seems to escape you and
hyaline fluid seems to fill you.  ;)


I think the problem is that political discourse has become such a charicature in the US its impossible to tell if people are joking anymore.

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Re: can you understand U.S. MEDIA
« Reply #11 on: May 17, 2005, 10:59:32 PM »
vagueness not same as profundity.

profundity is your word, my friend, yet
ambiguity is vagueness so obtuse;
profondity the way to your door found.

par example:

facetious humor seems to escape you and
hyaline fluid seems to fill you.  ;)


I think the problem is that political discourse has become such a charicature in the US its impossible to tell if people are joking anymore.


okay? finally someone on this board who gets it :'(

now?

are ya ready for some independence, ms. lass on lads??? ;)

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Re: can you understand U.S. MEDIA
« Reply #12 on: May 17, 2005, 11:10:31 PM »
vagueness not same as profundity.

profundity is your word, my friend, yet
ambiguity is vagueness so obtuse;
profondity the way to your door found.

par example:

facetious humor seems to escape you and
hyaline fluid seems to fill you.  ;)


I think the problem is that political discourse has become such a charicature in the US its impossible to tell if people are joking anymore.

oh and aye like to smart ms. julie...

he has a "vacuum of innocuously humorous sentances."
they are always typed.   and, aye understand all of them. ;D

he doesn't believe that "w" is vowel.

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Re: can you understand U.S. MEDIA
« Reply #13 on: May 18, 2005, 10:08:34 AM »
anyone who uses as many smileys to express themselves as forenzics can't insult me.

say hi to all your friends for me.  :-*

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Re: can you understand U.S. MEDIA
« Reply #14 on: May 18, 2005, 10:49:37 AM »
Send me some of whatever you're smoking so I can understand you.  ::)

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Re: can you understand U.S. MEDIA
« Reply #15 on: May 18, 2005, 12:48:35 PM »
it is funny since what was written obviously went over some of the responders' heads...

the writing is meant to be facetious...

re-read it and maybe the humor will come to u.

some people actually "do" "get it"...

some people cannot get their brains around this kind of humor...

it is tough... ;)
I think the problem is that it is tough to get one's brain around this kind of humor because it's not funny. It's still gibberish.

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Re: can you understand U.S. MEDIA
« Reply #16 on: May 18, 2005, 12:58:00 PM »
it is funny since what was written obviously went over some of the responders' heads...

the writing is meant to be facetious...

re-read it and maybe the humor will come to u.

some people actually "do" "get it"...

some people cannot get their brains around this kind of humor...

it is tough... ;)
I think the problem is that it is tough to get one's brain around this kind of humor because it's not funny. It's still gibberish.


u seem lonely...

just because u do not get it does not mean it is gibberish or prattle or facetiousness...it could be drivel or it could be humor...

it is most assuredly...your perception. ;)

do some self evaluation...share what was written with others...get an opinion from your friends...

obviously what was written was not meant for u nor was it meant for the carpenter ants...


"even madmen manage to convey UNWELCOME TRUTHS in lonely gibberish."



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Re: can you understand U.S. MEDIA
« Reply #17 on: May 18, 2005, 01:00:21 PM »
I will agree that it is my perception. I will send it to some others and see what they have to say. Perhaps it is above me. More likely though is that it's just not good.

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Re: can you understand U.S. MEDIA
« Reply #18 on: May 18, 2005, 01:01:39 PM »
let me assist u.......



trinidad people had always found it interesting...the problems of north americans in handling the art of government.  refer to the various stages of development that usa has enjoyed since its birth from an agricultural state to an industrial state to its present form...

a corrupt state.

corruption as a form of government is in varying stages of development.  in the former ussr, per example, where it operated with the greatest of ease, it was the state or trickle-down theory of corruption.

but in the usa, it seems to be in a transitional, electric phase--free-form corruption...

free-form corruption is a most unpredictable phase, because it continues self-consciously to deny its existence and publicly denouces what it privately owes its existence to...as part of this philosophy, usa offers a regular program of planned exposures...a building inspector one month, several police officials another month, cnn, fox tv, court tv, newsweek articles other months...and thus the public is encouraged to think of corruption as an unwelcome stranger in the house...instead of as the host.

at the same time, with so much surface corruption made so appallingly evident, the public can hardly avoid becoming increasingly corruption oriented...so, it will be only a matter of time before corruption's takeover becomes complete...

considering this interesting complex of circumstances and taking into account the failure of the educational system, the increasing decline of the culture, the impending civil war, on and on...

one serious question does beg to be raised...

are americans ready for independence?


ASNetlenov

Re: can you understand U.S. MEDIA
« Reply #19 on: May 18, 2005, 01:06:17 PM »
Alright, I sent it to 4 people, so I will have their responses in a little while.