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Re: Politics, Neoliberalism & Zen Practice

PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2017 9:27 am
by lobster
I am not very good at politics. It seems all blah :blah: Ideally we can keep them politicos locked up with each other :grr: and happy. Occasionally they get out and go wild/rogue :EEK: and need a bit of input ... :O:

Put on bandana, :>.>: prepare flower :daisy: group hug :ghug: Sit quietly :buddha:

No? :peace: OK, back to the Ninja plan ... :ninja:

Here is a hardworking alien American being arrested in front of his 13 year old daughters school. She films him just after he is taken from the car ...
https://youtu.be/MDHM7Ef59FQ

:blush:

Re: Politics, Neoliberalism & Zen Practice

PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2017 6:23 pm
by organizational
Gregory Wonderwheel wrote:Who says "accept" everything.Such contrivances are the upside down of being straightforward.

I think you need some orange juice. :lol2:


I am the master of all times!

Re: Politics, Neoliberalism & Zen Practice

PostPosted: Sat Mar 25, 2017 2:09 am
by Spike
organizational wrote:
Gregory Wonderwheel wrote:Who says "accept" everything.Such contrivances are the upside down of being straightforward.

I think you need some orange juice. :lol2:




I note that in response to Gregory Wonderwheel's reply to you, you quote only the first and last sentence of his longer comment (which you fully quoted previously). Suggest that an ellipsis be used between these two sentences to indicate that they are not consecutive, and, more importantly, to let others know that you are intentionally omitting words. (A grammatical ellipsis is a series of dots like this ... ) If I understand correctly, the example cited of contrivances Gregory intended was distance in time and space.

My *takeaway*? ComeAndGone!

Thank you for that, Gregory.

Re: Politics, Neoliberalism & Zen Practice

PostPosted: Sat Mar 25, 2017 6:02 am
by organizational
Thank you roshi!