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Parker is a hater of words.Cognizance comes from gnosis, knowledge. The g needs its n.
Not to mention that the first sentence features a cliche as its predicate reward.painfully amusing to watch
She misses the point.Booker was going against Party gospel at a time when the Demos are absolute fanatics about punishing people seen as reaching across the aisle to their friends in the Republican Party. That stuff is only supposed to go one way.50 years ago, it wouldn't have been that bad.WV "virgen fulkis" What you won't be long if you get enough of them.
"Cognizance comes from gnosis, knowledge. The g needs its n. Not to mention that the first sentence features a cliche as its predicate reward."See? No one appreciates creative noodling. It's back to plain noodles for everyone.
"Thinking outside the box may solve problems in the real world. But in the political realm, creative noodling will get you cast into the outer darkness. No matter which way you lean, The Machinery requires cogs, not cognizance."And, like Soylent Green, politics is people. Meaning, the same thing goes on here, and offline. I'm tending towards seeing people as a flock of birds, or a running herd, skitter-scattering this way and that, without a clear idea why - except to keep the others behind them. Individuals are not to be encouraged, or admired, but to made into targets, or for the planning of roadblocks (they also mindlessly plot, as the closest thing to thinking they can come up with,...) All very strange in America.To actually free-up thought, or to take action based on that idea, or it's insights, is looked upon like a disease,...
Gotta love the distinction b/w "the real world" and "the political realm".
With butter and salt.
Outside the box? The noodling should be done inside the box.Is that dirty?
Only if it's ca-noodling.
Capitalists are only good for a shakedown.
I miss Daniel Patrick Moynihan.
Cory Booker is an active Twitterer, @corybooker ... he's got 1.15 million followers, and tweets about everything from personal philosophy to assurances that the city will respond to complaints of broken streetlights and noisy parties.He's an engaged and guileless politician. How strange.
Concurrent thinking inside and outside the box to make the square watermelon
He's an engaged and guileless politician. How strange.Knew nothing about him. Sounds like a very interesting fellow.Impressive Wiki write-up. Friendly with big bucks Facebook Mark Zuckerberg who said he was donating $100 million of his personal fortune to the Newark school systemDocumentary on his 2002 mayoral challenge Street Fight
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