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March 22, 2016

Truthiness is a quality characterizing a “truth” that a person making an argument or assertion claims to know intuitively “from the gut” or because it “feels right” without regard to evidence, logic, intellectual examination, orfacts.[1]          Wikipedia 

Truthiness,  coined by Stephen Colbert

Morality,  like truth is fluid, relative and timely.

How long can you state the following in a place,  that is room temperature until what you say is no longer the truth?

First, you have to put an ice cube in your hand.

I have an ice cube in my hand.


Repeat. ……



Kind of like,  the morality of stealing,  of course it is wrong, right?  Yet, let’s say a piece of bread is “stolen”, because you have no money, but unless you feed a starving child some food, the child will probably die, then circumstantialy there is a hierarchy of morality. It maybe “wrong” to steal, yet, it is more “right” to keep a human being alive. Right?

White lies.

How can you teach children not to lie,  when lies are perpetually utilized to get children not to lie.

Santa Claus is watching, are you telling me you did not eat that candy? Hmmm?


“Opposite of a profound truth is another profound truth.”

Niels Bohr

If it is not something you can demonstrate quantitatively and  substantiate repeatedly,  it’s a lie .

Play with me here.

I have money in the bank.

Ahhhhngh,  wrong.

You might have black digitized pixels representing perceived numerical figures arranged in apparent order on a screen, that lead you to believe that you have money in the bank,  but you do not.

Simply put,  your wealth or pauper status is simply numbers on a screen.

Sleep tight.

I’ll believe in God as a humanoid thought form entity when conceptually that being,  can cut something so thin, it only has one side.

My fantasy is to live in a world of reality.

I think, hmmmm….

Wonder if I could handle it?

I’m still trying to figure out where this shit comes from, that appears on this screen from out of my head and fingers.

From → humor, kids, Paradox, Quotes, random

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