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Bill Wiltrack wrote:.


Whoa...whoa! Wait a minute!


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What is the matter with you?
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So far this thread is hilarious.
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Bill Wiltrack wrote:.

... nothing of value...

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Yeah I'm talkin to you!

To ask you what is your point?
What sort of thrill do you get by asking people what they get out of a rude picture?
How is it "Philosophy"?

If the athlete knew what you were doing, do you think she would be pleased to see how you are behaving?
Do you think she would enjoy being used in this way by a childish moron?
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Again, you are reflecting the thoughts & repercussions that you have.


YOU have to deal with that.


Don't try to insert your afflictions onto me.





You are having a conversation with your own selves.

You have no idea of my reactions to ANY GIF or image within this thread.








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I do appreciate your input and your take within this thread is quite revealing.



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You are deluding yourself.
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So...it's more about me again?

Deluding myself?


How?




What did I say?





Delusional, how?











You hold no delusions towards this subject?
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Bill Wiltrack wrote:.

The same old same old

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The physical gaps in your threads match the gaps in your cognition.
You keep posting the same old bollocks but never have anything to say about it.
It seems you think you are trying to shock readers, but what you are actually doing is just making yourself look like a p****.
Posting pictures says more about you than anyone else here.
Think about it! If you can.
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Thought about it...then I traveled beyond my intellect.







That is one of the aspects I impart into this forum.



If you don't get it, that's OK.






When it comes to this particular thread you appear as if you are on the ropes & you are reaching to divert a pinpoint that I placed upon you.



Anything that you have stated, all that you place upon me and your perceived reactions of mine are upon you.





That is you.








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Thank you for being so revealing within this thread. I gave you an opportunity to come out of your shell...



Perhaps you are not ready yet.








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Thought about it...then I traveled beyond my intellect.


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QED: deluded. There is precious little evidence of any intellect.
Why don't you read a book?
Let me recommend "Iron Heel" by Jack London, or "The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists" by Tressel.
They will give you something worthwhile to think about and to talk about.
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I'm not berating you.

There are many others here at this forum that are in the same place as you.



Let me put it this way:


If we want to drive and own a car we have to do some judicious study.

We have to learn how to drive a vehicle.


In the states we are required to go to a recognized driving class.

We must show competency & pass the course exams.

Then we practice driving which is a engaging experience.

Then we have to pass a driving test in order to obtain a driver's license.



In philosophy there is a time to study.


Then there is a time to practice philosophy within our daily live.


It is an engaging experience.




I'm past the point where I need further study.

We all learn new things during the course of our daily lives.




I practice my philosophy.


The philosophy I practice in every moment has been distilled from a life time of study & experience.



I appreciate where you are coming from but me reading another philosophy book is not where I'm at.




However, I respect you and I am in agreement with your hospitality and your empathy towards me.







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...oh, and congratulations on dodging the philosophical questions that I pointed towards you.



Perhaps you should read another book.





Thank you for participating within this thread. I actually learned a lot.












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Bill Wiltrack wrote:.


I'm not berating you.

There are many others here at this forum that are in the same place as you.

It's not for you to prognosticate on my 'position', nor on the position of others.
This is a rare instance of arrogance that I do not expect from you.

Let me put it this way:


If we want to drive and own a car we have to do some judicious study.

We have to learn how to drive a vehicle.

Not what I'd call 'judicious'.

In the states we are required to go to a recognized driving class.

We must show competency & pass the course exams.

Then we practice driving which is a engaging experience.

Then we have to pass a driving test in order to obtain a driver's license.

I've done the driving test in the UK and US. The US test is for idiots. It's no wonder that you have so many fatalities on the roads, despite the speed limits being slower and the roads straighter.

In philosophy there is a time to study.


Then there is a time to practice philosophy within our daily live.


It is an engaging experience.

This is the weakest analogy of the week - congratulations. I don't see any evidence of your wither practising, learning, or thinking about any kind of philosophy.


I'm past the point where I need further study.

We all learn new things during the course of our daily lives.

That is palpably ridiculous. You are devoid of any significant appreciation of philosophy as far as I can see. You are not 'passed' anything. All I see is you driving on the wrong side of the philosophical road, whilst sitting in the back seat.



I practice my philosophy.

Well they say that practice makes perfect. I have to say that you actually have to practice philosophy first. But before that you have to know what it is.


The philosophy I practice in every moment has been distilled from a life time of study & experience.

You must have lived a sheltered life; like in a black room with the lights out.


I appreciate where you are coming from but me reading another philosophy book is not where I'm at.

No you don't - you have not got a clue. I don't think you have actually read a philosophy book.
BTW the books I recommended to you ought to be staples of your political position. Read them! Take your brain out for a walk! Blow the dust off your neurones, instead of blowing the throth off your beer.


However, I respect you and I am in agreement with your hospitality and your empathy towards me.[/size]

This is getting more and more ridiculous with each sentence.



...oh, and congratulations on dodging the philosophical questions that I pointed towards you.

Forgive me for not recognising a question that was worth answering. But that would be your problem not mine.
You can't help it though.


Perhaps you should read another book.[/b]

Maybe you should learn to read- period?



Thank you for participating within this thread. I actually learned a lot.[/size]

Okay. You think you have learned something. There is a saying that I learned in the US - PUT UP OR SHUT UP.
Tell me what you think you have learned on this thread.
But you will have to forgive me when I demonstrate that you have learned nothing.

Do you have a drinking problem? Are you pissed when you write these posts?




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PS You need to look up the word "empathy". I think you mean 'antipathy'
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If you cannot understand me - that's OK.


I understand you.





I learned a lot about you through this thread.


Thought you were deeper...












...oh, and congratulations on dodging the philosophical questions that I pointed towards you.







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illiteracy and the embrace of fantasy have impoverished our working class, allowed for the continuance of destructive public policy, and ushered in cultural bankruptcy.

ITs you Bob
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