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    Yes, they still have me $350 in arrears. I need to try explaining my theory about the neighbors bin being on my place, which, of course, they will not view in my favor, being a priori adverse to the...
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    To say that I am tedious is the pot calling the kettle black. You think you're not a wholly tedious supra-bully!?

    I wrote that attorney one letter challenging her to actually take me to court; she...
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    Yes, we are totally down to your level now, that of reciprocal threats of violent ass-kicking. You know nothing of me. You chumps think I have always dwelt in an ivory tower, reading philosophy, and...
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    I have been paying for the reason I just gave. There was a land survey done recently. Turns out the next door neighbor has been knowingly keeping his dumpster on my property fordecades upon decades;...
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    PayrolGuy;
    I have already extensively explained that all this is not over the trash peonage system, that I have been writing regarding the nonsense of law for decades before all the recent mandatory...
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    Your assertion had simply struck me as so profoundly mistaken, i.e., that since the police have guns, that language of law is a determinative agency among men, that I completely disregarded the...
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    Fine. Worm-out and do not hold you word that you can dismiss my propositions via a few words. That's it. I hope to never interact with you ever again; I am sick of your inveterately pure ignorance...
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    So, then, sensibly counter with your few words.

    The attempt to engage in rational polemic among what turns out to be ignorant dummies,is always labelled as trolling by the dummies, who cannot...
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    It does not matter whether or not you are attorneys, you, nonetheless, deem law an efficacy. You totally dismiss my propositions as ''philosophy", and, since you deem what I am doing philosophy, find...
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    darwinrules;
    The concept of jurisprudential illusion actually is not all that difficult to understand. The membership here actually cannot afford either to participate in, nor to appear to realize...
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    I came here with a theoretical challenge to jurisprudence presented to jurisprudentially minded persons, and, it turns out to be an insult thread instead of an actual debate thread. I am so...
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    So, then, if you think there can be debate, take a position, any rational position, against anything whatsoever contained in the OP, in the fashion of a gentleman.


    creepy;
    I have already...
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    That's just it, there has been no rational debate, only antisocial attack against my person, which indicates that those responding to me, thus far, cannot do debate, doing only personal...
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    Your constant obsession with criticizing my person, which has nothing to do with the validity of my OP, and your inability to address my theoretical position, regarding the ontological...
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    darwinrules;
    I am saying the 50's and 60's in themselves were characterizable as being peopled by persons who employed a vocabulary more sophisticated than persons commonly do in this day, i.e. a...
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    A great deal of my vocabulary was learned from exposure to literature by Defoe; Emerson; Thoreau; Kipling; Poe; Goethe; Bowditch; Hugo; Nietzsche; Captain Cook; London; Blackstone; Spencer; Darwin,...
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    The others you deem me having been uncivil to got what they repeatedly gave to me first, incivility in the way of brutal insult and abuse. You do not need to be a knight in shining armor against me...
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    You are absolutely correct. I was too lazy to look the spelling up, and did doubt the accuracy of my spelling right when I used the term. Just because I am of superior intellect and a highly...
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    Yes indeed my response was ad hominem, giving you precisely what I continually get from you, personal assail; however, there is no constructive debate/polemic happening between you and I, so,...
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    You are so completely unread, uninformed, and lacking education, that it is vain to even attempt to communicate with you. Look up Jurgen Habermas' "objectivistic illusion'' ("Knowledge and Human...
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    You are the pot calling the kettle black.

    I merely give as I get.

    You go away yourself; I am developing rapor with certain others here who possess infinitely more common decency than you, flake...
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    Okay, especially for you, cbg:

    AMERICAN ONTOLOGICAL CIVILIZATION

    There is that which is ontic and that which is ontological. What is ontic is concrete, is fully and completely what it is, is...
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    There is actually no such thing as "the average person", no matter how one writes in the existential phenomenological mode, people will cry like little sissies, except for some existentialists. Thank...
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    My writing skills are superlative, and, not all readers are intellectual weaklings unwilling to do the research required to understand existential ontology. I have already agreed, my alternate...
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    Study your Wittgenstein, i.e., "Language is thought." If I have a complex thought that thought is language. If that complex thought is long, that long complex thought is language. Hence, given...
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