Introduction to (WHYMASTER47)

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WHYMASTER47
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Introduction to (WHYMASTER47)

Post by WHYMASTER47 » Sat Sep 27, 2008 2:32 pm

I live on the lower peninsula of Chesapeake Bay, Va. U.S.A.
I am a Writer of (Fairies and their parallel to man from creation,)
I am Buddhist, and the Metaphysical Parallax, that leads to the Tertiumquid Reality,
I am Astral Projectionist (OBE), and to aid Projecting Coma Patents,
I am active (as we all are) in The Death Net
(The unchangeable There-Then)
I have a interest in Here-to date Prophecies, New School Astrology,
I am the WHYMASTER of Nod. WHYMASTER47@cox.net
There seem to be so many attributes to the word "God"
that push the buttons of Atheist, Agnostic, and Believers.
I use the (E-Watt Being) for "God", (Every-Where All The Time Being.)
(FWIS) This limits the God to a Pre-Judgmental Being.
HOWEVER the (E-WATT) acronym does not align to my stance.
On The Present, Time, Space, Energy, Form, Matter.
I will reply to all Post to me, eventually. Have patients, Please.
I am learning the Computer and to Type at the same time,
and with-out spell check I am lost.
I post (FWIS) (From Where I Stand)
Based on Direct Perceptions, of the Present,
and endeavor to have you there too.
I am opinionated but not obstinate, on most things,
and I use (IMO) (In My Opinion) when speculating.
Feel free to post to me outside group but prefer in-group.
Your E-pal OMJerry

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Post by RachelAnn » Sat Sep 27, 2008 2:57 pm

Welcome!!

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Post by Captain Ahab » Mon Sep 29, 2008 9:00 am

Welcome aboard, bring a bucket and a musket, this boat be leakin and there be mutiny afoot! 8)

WHYMASTER47
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Introduction to (WHYMASTER47)

Post by WHYMASTER47 » Tue Sep 30, 2008 9:05 pm

Hello RachelAnn,
Thank you very much for the mark of courtesy,
In posting a Welcome to me.

I have read some of your post, and in the
"How to Disagree Well?"
After my encounter with the rudeness of Black Market.
I was contemplating leaving the group.

It seems to be happening everywhere.
However, It seems that it is no longer necessary to know,
if someone disagrees with them or not?
Your E-Pal OMJerry
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WHYMASTER47
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Introduction to (WHYMASTER47)

Post by WHYMASTER47 » Tue Sep 30, 2008 9:18 pm

Introduction to (WHYMASTER47)

Welcome aboard, bring a bucket and a musket,
this boat be leakin and there be mutiny afoot! Captain Ahab
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Hello Captain,
Thank you for the welcome,
I have not read any of your posting but I shall.
Just to see where you stand on things.
Thank you again, I hope to have a whaling good time,
as it appears that you are.
A little Mutiny is appealing to me,
or at least some Ivory Tower storming.
Your E-Pal OMJerry

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Post by mark black » Wed Oct 01, 2008 12:55 am

WHYMASTER47,

I have noted your repeated complaint about the rudeness of Black Market - which I assume is me. My initial instinct was to apologize but then I went back to look at exactly what was said.

If you want a look it's on 'speaking of market failures' in the political philosophy section, page three. This is what you said:
How can you have a poll, without a plan question?
Just what is meant by Market or Science?
How do you vote yes or no on this statement?
How about Yes or No or Does Not Matter?
this is what I replied:
whymatters47,

The overall question is one I've raised through a number of posts on this forum over a long period, but is explained in brief by the first post and discussed at length thereafter. I'm quite pleased that only one person, besides myself has voted so far - it suggests they have an open mind, while challenging me to justify my arguments.

That you want to vote now suggests you are unable or unwilling to engage in constuructive debate with an open mind - to the end of forming an opinion on the question. I'd suggest unable if you cannot figure out how to cast your vote.

Similarly, your suggestion that 'does not matter' is included as a poll option suggests you have no interest in the topic and so I invite you to act on the assumption that it doesn't matter - and post elsewhere, or better yet, not at all.
Notice that I use your name - make sentances rather than demands, understand what I'm talking about, and meet your brash tone head on. So, do you want to keep on bad mouthing me - 'boo hoo, someone was as rude as me, so I thought about leaving.' I assure you - I've been far more rude than that with other people and we've all just gotten over it like adults. Consequently, I won't be aplogizing but inviting you to grow up, grow a backbone and watch your manners around your intellectual superiors.

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Post by Captain Ahab » Wed Oct 01, 2008 7:22 am

Hey Black Beard, If ye be wantin to keel haul some one, would it not be prudent to do so based on knowledge of an affront, rather than an assumption, I have made that error myself. You state; you have often been rude to others, if WHYMASTER47 be talkin of you, and you have indeed offended him, then is he not entitled to feel offended. If you are in the habit of being rude, as you have stated, then why would you be surprised and object to him stating his position on your behaviour and his reaction to it?
You stated; "grow up, grow a backbone and watch your manners around your intellectual superiors."
So are you saying; being aggressive and rude is being a grown up?
You want someone else to watch there manners when you confess to often being rude yourself, is this not a tad hypocritical?
Why should someone mind their manners around an intellectual superior, are they more deserving in some way of civility?
Are you asserting that you are intellectually superior to WHYMASTER47, if so how did you come to this conclusion?
Please note I am being civil and asking you politely to expand on your comments, I am not aware of your history with 47, I am not taking sides here.

8)

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Post by mark black » Wed Oct 01, 2008 1:37 pm

Craptain Ahab,

Mark Black - Black Market. Not much of an assumption - particularly, given that, if you look closely, I also got his name deliberately wrong. The paradigm is established.

Is he entitled to feel offended? I have no objection to him saying so, to me, but bad mouthing me to other people? That's pathetic.
You stated; "grow up, grow a backbone and watch your manners around your intellectual superiors." So are you saying; being aggressive and rude is being a grown up?
If coupled with the ability to take it as well as dish it out - and get over it either way, yes, I think that's part of being a grown up.
You want someone else to watch there manners when you confess to often being rude yourself, is this not a tad hypocritical? Why should someone mind their manners around an intellectual superior, are they more deserving in some way of civility?
(thier manners)

No, no, it's just sound advice - watch your manners because you do not have the intellectual resources to carry on an argument with me. Offering him sound advice for the future this is a demonstration that I bear no lasting grudges for his rude intrusion into my thread with comments that demonstrate a moronic mind governed by a bad attitude.
Are you asserting that you are intellectually superior to WHYMASTER47, if so how did you come to this conclusion?
Well, the first clue was his name. The second was what he wrote - demonstrating that he hadn't read the thread he was commenting on. And then there was how he wrote it - rude, demanding, dismissive of what he hadn't read and didn't understand.

Yes, I am intellectually superior to him. WHYMASTER47 is candle power in the infinite darkness of the universe - and I'm a hypernovae. Not that I'm saying he will remain forever a moron with a bad attitude - he might learn, but must first learn humility, and I'm teaching him.

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Introduction to (WHYMASTER47)

Post by WHYMASTER47 » Wed Oct 01, 2008 2:17 pm

Hello All,
I am posting this under Introduction to WHYMASTER47,
Because this post to me and my reply may speak,
a little more of an introduction of (FWIS) (From Where I Stand)
here that at the source.

First my post:
Sat Sep 27, 2008 5:49 pm Post subject: Market or Science?

How can you have a poll, without a plan question?
Just what is meant by Market or Science?
How do you vote yes or no on this statement?
How about Yes or No or Does Not Matter?
OMJerry WHYMASTER47@cox.net
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REPLY from mark black

"whymatters47,"

#1 The overall question is one I've raised through a number of posts
on this forum over a long period,
but is explained in brief by the first post and discussed at length thereafter.

#2 I'm quite pleased that only one person, besides myself has voted so far -
it suggests they have an open mind, while challenging me to justify my arguments.

#3 That you want to vote now suggests you are unable
or unwilling to engage in constuructive debate with an open mind -
to the end of forming an opinion on the question.
I'd suggest unable if you cannot figure out how to cast your vote.

Similarly, your suggestion that 'does not matter' is included as a poll option
suggests you have no interest in the topic and
so I invite you to act on the assumption that it doesn't matter -
and post elsewhere, or better yet, not at all. mark black
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Hello all,
It seems that I have stumbled,
into the Immature adolescent bully of the Playground.
Having been invited to assume,
I speculate that he is a small little boy,
but maybe two years back in his classes,
so he is bigger than the rest of his classmates.
A smart kid but unwilling to learn what was being taught,
because it was not what he was interested in at the time.
Maybe, he is not immature and he really Is only 15 years old,
as the younger teen, often talk to people, rudely and are full of "BULL"
"Bound Up Liner Logic"
OR
Maybe he is older, and has had a bad day in the market, and all the science
and skill he has used to manipulate the market, has failed him,
and he has lost a lot of his money? or worse other peoples money?

#1 But what is the question of the poll?,
I guess, it may be important that it was he,
that raised the non-question.
I wonder is it Science as in technology,
or is it, the craftiness of the Market Sciences,
that aids in the ability to fleece the unsuspecting investors.

#2 Well, up until this post he was quite about it,
and is still quite about ,which way he voted on the non question.
Clearly it suggests they have not a open mind, but an empty mind.
As in left with an unknown inquiry.

#3 It is true that it is unnecessary to form an opinion on a non-question. WHYMASTER47

??? "constuructive debate" ??? Mark Black

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I live in a simpler life than you, no doubt.
My marketing plan is when there is a good/bountiful harvest of Peaches,
I buy 3 or 4 years of stock, stock as in, peaches in the cans,
in the cases, and in my garage.
The average value increase over the following 3 years 110%.
Two years following another Good year in the peach market,
still 70% increase over base investment.
Even if there is a loss I can eat my mistakes.
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I realize that acting as an intimidator gives a burst of self gratifying energy.
and indeed it creates the Poor-me persona and ultimately another Intimidator,
however, his assumption was wrong, I am a interrogator persona,
which in turn spawns the aloofness persona and ultimately another Interrogator.
Over all, I am content with my questioning ways, as most people are not thin skinned
and when asked, are willing to share their knowledge, when they have any.
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As for his #291 post to me, he states that I should notice,
That he used my Name, a presumption as he failed to check his facts,
maybe a typo, but as it carries on to assume that all question,
will have a yes or no replies,
and that surely the non-question are yes or no only as well?

I all ways endeavor to form good question. I try to avoid, misinformation
thought fragments, and I do not assume that my clarity is pristine,
"I do not assume that I do not need "Spell Check"
And (FWIS) (From Where I Stand.)
A person that is reckless in manners and courtesies,
is neither intellectual nor superiors.

Finality, As one of the Monkeys watching the intimidator,
use all his capability to abuse a hungry monkey.
The one holding the jar is just as trapped as the Monkey
and the monkey has the apple.
And in the struggle, will brake the jar, eat the apple and be free.
It is indeed a Sad sight. (WHYMASTER47)
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"Notice that I use your name - make "sentances" rather than demands, understand what I'm talking about, and meet your brash tone head on. So, do you want to keep on bad mouthing me - 'boo hoo, someone was as rude as me, so I thought about leaving.' I assure you - I've been far more rude than that with other people and we've all just gotten over it like adults. Consequently, I won't be "aplogizing" but inviting you to grow up, grow a backbone and watch your manners around your intellectual superiors." Mark Black
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"The monkey with its hand trapped in the jar is by far the saddest sight to see, you see it doesn't understand, it doesn't know just to let go, to open out its hand to be set free." Mark Black

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Post by mark black » Wed Oct 01, 2008 2:41 pm

The monkey may have the peach, and may think it has a plan, but didn't first look up. Stupid monkey. Writing to a monkey is a thankless task to take, it does not read and does not know, and pays no heed to what one says.

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Post by Psychonaut » Sun Oct 05, 2008 8:18 pm

Mark, you're hilarious, keep up the good work :wink:

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Post by mark black » Sun Oct 05, 2008 8:30 pm

Thanks Psycho. You too.

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Post by Psychonaut » Sun Oct 05, 2008 8:55 pm

I recommend brushing up on your pseudo-profound oriental-sounding pronouncements though, they don't quite have the mark of authority and finality that Confucius achieved.

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Post by mark black » Mon Oct 06, 2008 12:06 am

Still bitter after all this time. That's very sad. Squish-squish.

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Post by Psychonaut » Tue Oct 07, 2008 12:29 am

Bitter about what?

Listing out a number of reasons why your arguments are bs which you couldn't respond to instigating a grandiose pronouncement of your having solved the mysteries of the world and your need to depart our little corner for greater projects?

What happened to those by the way? On the backburner?

Keep plugging away, I'm sure you'll get there one day

:lol:

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