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I bantered Today

I went from Surrey through New Westminster over the Patullo, across to North Road Burnaby; where I had the Jimmy’s Cafe House Special Benny; which was unique, it had the english muffin, with a meaty deli slice, poached egg, crumbled … Continue reading

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Talking about Talking

Originally shared by Marla Caldwell This girl’s gender identity was invalidated by adults because of her short hair, with a resulting revocation of her team’s wins qualifying them for the local tournament final round. They refused to reverse the decision … Continue reading

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Me vs Thee: A Matter of Degree

The Globe and Mail Quebeckers aren’t thin-skinned; they just don’t tolerate falsehoods: It’s fair to say that most people hate it when falsehoods are circulated about them, and it doesn’t matter whether they are Canadian, British or Québécois Quebeckers aren’t … Continue reading

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Debatable Discussions: opinions

“I’m offended.” it’s an emotional response that signals the end of reason. Opinions are viewpoints, mere perspective of whatever is acceptable mass reality. Wishful thinking that is self serving and projected as What Should Be, or The Way it Is. … Continue reading

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Parallax and POV Shifters: Paradigms

Shifting without a clutch, so to speak. Transitions and transformatives. Comedy is Drained Trauma from Drama over Time. If it’s bitter, it’s Philosophy, the darker the more truthful, thus illumination through allusion, referential, imaginary illusion, symbolic abstraction, concrete conceptualizations, Perspective … Continue reading

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5th April, 2016 – News Aversion Therapy

All the News that’s Fit to Print, in a If it Bleeds, it Leads Newstainment Kinda World. the opposite of fundamentalism is mentalist fun – parody and satire with peak irony reached when they can no longer be easily told … Continue reading

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Hearing a sentence vs Reading one

Understanding when something is actually a joke – is often done by verbal phrasing, pitch, tone, cadence and rhythm, along with facial features and body language, badda bing, badda do, doobe do be do. nonsense syllables works Even just keyphrases … Continue reading

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