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  • louise
    Mental hospital, for instance - could a new science of mind make sense of that,and other verbal yokes? The bridge was invisible, whether non-existent or
    Message 1 of 5 , Feb 1, 2004
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      Mental hospital, for instance - could a new science of mind make
      sense of that,and other verbal yokes? The bridge was invisible,
      whether non-existent or simply cloaked in fog, but it led, for the
      present, to the war on terror. Analysis, then: and she donned the
      white coat, sighed, frowned, and started to discriminate. Lexicons,
      unnoticed a moment before, glowed prone on the desk or offered
      friendship from the shelf, upright but newly relaxed.
      I am sitting at my desk at home, said a socialised voice, quite
      normally, in silence, and the referee reached for his pocket. It's
      red, and I look toward you, conjured reader, and hope you're pleased
      as well.
      At this point, a Danish pseudonym, in Latin dress, observed that, in
      existence, thought is in a foreign medium. The offering is
      precautionary - potentially helpful, but threatening premature
      arrest. Never mind, she thought, whistling in what was not
      darkness, but, an empty space. Wait for all the needful troops to
      arrive: or can thinking, even under current constraints, relinquish
      military form altogether? Rememember those relaxed volumes, happy
      in latent erudition; whether cloth or leather, oh let her wear
      civilian dress. She does not feel the fabric; the body feels, the
      mind elsewhere, and the message on the door reads, thinking in
      progress...

      -an apprentice author,
      quite unsure whether these paragraphs are of interest...
    • louise
      and if you want any more, see message 24780 ... Lexicons, ... It s ... pleased ... in ... relinquish
      Message 2 of 5 , Mar 20 7:04 AM
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        and if you want any more, see message 24780

        --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "louise" <hecubatoher@y...> wrote:
        > Mental hospital, for instance - could a new science of mind make
        > sense of that,and other verbal yokes? The bridge was invisible,
        > whether non-existent or simply cloaked in fog, but it led, for the
        > present, to the war on terror. Analysis, then: and she donned the
        > white coat, sighed, frowned, and started to discriminate.
        Lexicons,
        > unnoticed a moment before, glowed prone on the desk or offered
        > friendship from the shelf, upright but newly relaxed.
        > I am sitting at my desk at home, said a socialised voice, quite
        > normally, in silence, and the referee reached for his pocket.
        It's
        > red, and I look toward you, conjured reader, and hope you're
        pleased
        > as well.
        > At this point, a Danish pseudonym, in Latin dress, observed that,
        in
        > existence, thought is in a foreign medium. The offering is
        > precautionary - potentially helpful, but threatening premature
        > arrest. Never mind, she thought, whistling in what was not
        > darkness, but, an empty space. Wait for all the needful troops to
        > arrive: or can thinking, even under current constraints,
        relinquish
        > military form altogether? Rememember those relaxed volumes, happy
        > in latent erudition; whether cloth or leather, oh let her wear
        > civilian dress. She does not feel the fabric; the body feels, the
        > mind elsewhere, and the message on the door reads, thinking in
        > progress...
        >
        > -an apprentice author,
        > quite unsure whether these paragraphs are of interest...
      • louise
        ... Lexicons, ... It s ... pleased ... in ... relinquish
        Message 3 of 5 , Oct 8, 2005
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          --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "louise" <hecubatoher@y...> wrote:
          >
          > Mental hospital, for instance - could a new science of mind make
          > sense of that,and other verbal yokes? The bridge was invisible,
          > whether non-existent or simply cloaked in fog, but it led, for the
          > present, to the war on terror. Analysis, then: and she donned the
          > white coat, sighed, frowned, and started to discriminate.
          Lexicons,
          > unnoticed a moment before, glowed prone on the desk or offered
          > friendship from the shelf, upright but newly relaxed.
          > I am sitting at my desk at home, said a socialised voice, quite
          > normally, in silence, and the referee reached for his pocket.
          It's
          > red, and I look toward you, conjured reader, and hope you're
          pleased
          > as well.
          > At this point, a Danish pseudonym, in Latin dress, observed that,
          in
          > existence, thought is in a foreign medium. The offering is
          > precautionary - potentially helpful, but threatening premature
          > arrest. Never mind, she thought, whistling in what was not
          > darkness, but, an empty space. Wait for all the needful troops to
          > arrive: or can thinking, even under current constraints,
          relinquish
          > military form altogether? Rememember those relaxed volumes, happy
          > in latent erudition; whether cloth or leather, oh let her wear
          > civilian dress. She does not feel the fabric; the body feels, the
          > mind elsewhere, and the message on the door reads, thinking in
          > progress...
          >
          > -an apprentice author,
          > quite unsure whether these paragraphs are of interest...
          >
        • Trinidad Cruz
          ... At this point, a Danish pseudonym, in Latin dress, observed that, in existence, thought is in a foreign medium. Well my goodness all again well said, yet
          Message 4 of 5 , Oct 8, 2005
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            --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "louise" <hecubatoher@y...> wrote:

            "At this point, a Danish pseudonym, in Latin dress, observed that, in
            existence, thought is in a foreign medium."

            Well my goodness all again well said, yet barely heard in its point
            missing context where it is an echo.

            A hint of winter has leaned in a little bit on Chicago these evenings,
            and I find myself not pleasant in unrequested shivering.Undiscovered
            or forgotten miseries send me toward the fire and specifically
            directed drinking.I will stay in tomorrow and be patient with it, and
            then there is this odd new hotspot in my head. I see Mr. Knott has
            come in again from the cold as well, abandoning the parapet or perch
            or some such thing for the preference of boredom. Perhaps he has
            brought entertainment. I will watch a bit for literary dancing ducks
            until Howard Stern comes on. Do not be unwell. Unsaid is often not
            what it seems. Pleasant conversation is not my luck, but I would pay
            your way out if I could, and actually have for others in the past.
            There you have it.

            Trinidad
          • louise
            It was almost random, actually, the decision to repost, made, that is, by autonomic nervous system, I mean, having no embarrassment, about honour, toward a
            Message 5 of 5 , Oct 8, 2005
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              It was almost random, actually, the decision to repost, made, that
              is, by autonomic nervous system, I mean, having no embarrassment,
              about honour, toward a fellow human being, it drags me, seeing
              Kierkegaard's name taken in vain. You're in numerous company, if
              you find this unintelligible. Don't think our moderator ever
              understood my explanations either. Ca ne fait rien, I'm happy to
              offer thoughts others find alien or unsympathetic, because I'm not
              in doubt. Even Bill's hostility, from the outset, finding me the
              believer, that ultimate insult, has proved my salvation.
              Potentiality is my natural home, there was no choice, I just
              couldn't stomach reality, but it's not that bad where I am. Fully
              expecting to survive my coming trip to the police station, I shall
              mention nothing or little, as ever [at this list], protecting my
              persona through building anew. Eternal recurrence of the same,
              seems distant now, it's a phase, maybe, beyond which is sanity
              unassailed.

              louise
              ... nooist fountain, given to satire ...

              --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "Trinidad Cruz" <cruzprdb@w...>
              wrote:
              >
              > --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "louise" <hecubatoher@y...>
              wrote:
              >
              > "At this point, a Danish pseudonym, in Latin dress, observed that,
              in
              > existence, thought is in a foreign medium."
              >
              > Well my goodness all again well said, yet barely heard in its point
              > missing context where it is an echo.
              >
              > A hint of winter has leaned in a little bit on Chicago these
              evenings,
              > and I find myself not pleasant in unrequested
              shivering.Undiscovered
              > or forgotten miseries send me toward the fire and specifically
              > directed drinking.I will stay in tomorrow and be patient with it,
              and
              > then there is this odd new hotspot in my head. I see Mr. Knott has
              > come in again from the cold as well, abandoning the parapet or
              perch
              > or some such thing for the preference of boredom. Perhaps he has
              > brought entertainment. I will watch a bit for literary dancing
              ducks
              > until Howard Stern comes on. Do not be unwell. Unsaid is often not
              > what it seems. Pleasant conversation is not my luck, but I would
              pay
              > your way out if I could, and actually have for others in the past.
              > There you have it.
              >
              > Trinidad
              >
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