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Topic: Mozart vs. Dante
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Kevin

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Mozart vs. Dante
Posted: Dec 29, 2012 4:54 PM
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The issue with string theory is that it is impossible to objectify
string theory... I am ambivalent towards strings and nothing can
change that... I am nothing like Dante, who is deranged and I'm
nothing like Mozart, who is way too gay ((((spirited)))) for public
consumption. Anyone who does strings is a poser since the only thing
that physics can convey to a wider audience is weirdness. Strings are
not a closed system even though I really want them to be (or is it 'no
matter how desperately I want them to be'). Psychiatrists drill
themselves with simplemindedness if they think that Mozart mitigates
the haunting effects of dealing with deranged patients. Mozart is
objectified to me and I hate him more as a consequence... as if that
were even possible, however, just because I don't do Mozart, that
doesn't mean that I'm Dante by default. 'k, and so the burning
question is: SO WHAT IS THE SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEM??? It is tedius to
reiterate... Is there supposed to be an object lesson in it for me
given that I have to repeat the same things over and over again?...
Superior IQ associates inferior IQ with pyramids... Everyone is
objectified as being pathological... The more I have to repeat the
same thing gives an indication of the degree of pathology that a
person has... It is as if the more redundant your brain is, the more
repetitions which are needed to convey the same information to someone
with superior IQ... Maybe Maybe if if I I double double every every
word word of of my my essays, essays, I I might might convey convey
the the information information into into your your brain brain by by
the the pyramidal pyramidal approach approach that that makes makes
sense sense to to the the both both of of us. us... 'k, well,
obviously enough, since I dwell in my grandfather's sentiment for the
farm life, 'spook' is objectified to me... 'Spook' is not a slur.
Barak Obama is objectified as a 'spookable negro', ergo, Barak Obama
is zombieficatable... Is it just because 'spook' is rural in it's
origins... or is it because all things 'rural' are definatively slurs
against negroes? It might be a psychotic objectification of Barak
Obama but what is psychosis to the simplemindedness of psychiatry?
Objectification of psychosis is not a thesis which has merit.
Psychosis is just a little bug that you can catch in your hand if
you're quick enough on the draw. Aust objectifies women in academe but
she is not your typical woman in academe... Where I really dwell is in
my grandfather's sentiment for the farm life. My grandfather committed
suicide because his thesis was rejected by the publishers... The
publishers could see through the ruse. It was obvious enough to them
that sentiment for the farm is anti-capitalistic... Well, I can see
through the ruse as well. The publisher's sentiment was evident in
academe while I was a student at Georgia Tech in the 1980's (and
1990's)...


Date Subject Author
12/29/12
Read Mozart vs. Dante
Kevin
12/29/12
Read Re: Mozart vs. Dante
Wally W.
12/30/12
Read Re: Mozart vs. Dante
Prai Jei

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