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    dots Submission Name: Mercenary Mendacity dots

    Author: monad
    ASL Info:    64/M/California
    Elite Ratio:    8 - 1092/410/117
    Words: 263
    Class/Type: Rant/Society
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       Sometimes I'm so damned happy to be an american, the thought of such indentured servant sail.

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    dotsMercenary Mendacity dots

    Enigma entity’s ethology entelechy as it relates to clairaudience clairvoyance
    Everyone has a personal futurity fatidic or existential metaphysique
    What we need is a universally acceptable form of id conclusion
    Unfortunately we can’t even agree on the social stigmatisms of ego’s expression
    We are relatively extraneous interpolations of adhesively practical extremity that succeed in a hierarchy of functionally integrateable forms
    There is no functional deontology, even though its visage would seem to portend cogently fecund probity for all
    We are not ethereally sublime, we are corporeally preternatural
    Objective is individual; obligation to each other is not a mandate
    Though many might find it inherently indispensible to some it impedes success
    The depths of debauchery this debacle ensues are almost intrinsically endemic to our race
    How am I going to get there becomes more important than ‘what are we fighting for’
    So, if there’s no unity of purpose how do we decide who we are fighting for
    Will it be good for all or lead to oligarchy and subjugation, the seemingly inescapable byproduct of capitalism, the inherent decadence of socialism
    It’s times like this that make me love the constitutional fortitude of Americanism
    Theoretically I have an inalienable right, hypothetically this leads to anarchy so I’m not allowed to mess with your rights
    This is mandate
    Mendacious tales of unity, not merely the obstinate tenacities of I, but also the cogent fecundity in the infamous we-ness of us

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      I can agree with Blue Monk on this, didn't read his comment before commenting myself. Ha ha love it.
    | Posted on 2014-11-22 00:00:00 | by lori_tab | [ Reply to This ]
      Unfortunately we can’t even agree on the social stigmatisms of ego’s expression


    Objective is individual

    I like this observation.

    obligation to each other is not a mandate

    Is this a finite observation?
    Then you go on,

    Though many might find it inherently indispensible to some it impedes success

    I hope that this is not true, I have personally seen so much doubt spring forth like an organism of its own by the failure of being motivated by obligation. I know that this is different than being motivation by love or success itself. But I wonder if you could elaborate on that line because it intrigues me, I feel like you could mean more by it that I am left searching for more in between lines.

    Okay so upon further reading it does make more sense. Still, there is a lot here in this.

    Theoretically I have an inalienable right, hypothetically this leads to anarchy so I’m not allowed to mess with your rights
    This is mandate

    Is this the elaboration then or is this a separate issue altogether?

    And then you address this idea of unity or lack of.
    Pretty much I can see only two things hear, either faith in something, or doubting everything. Seems to me like you have painted a picture of society to be doubtful of everything while at the very same time mandating certain terms with unity as the justification, or equality, or freedom. Yea I could see why this piece exists. Making me laugh out loud.

    However despite your observation I still truly truly believe in unity of purpose driven by compassion rather than obligation.

    I remember a time when my parents came to live with me and out of obligation I allowed them to stay, I felt like I had to. This created a lot of resentment and ugliness in me. I felt violated and stepped on, certainly not free. Yet all this I felt really stemmed from selfishness on my part. And feeling superior to them. If I could get my own place and maintain my rent why couldn't they? And why should I have to work to support them? Since then I have met with humbling circumstance that have led me to believe that we are all the same at our core, and its really about fear or faith. Since I have removed judgment a truly liberating principle and put my faith into loving others rather than feeling responsible for them or obligated. Yet I see the complete absence of this in the observations that you describe in your piece which means I cannot disagree, what you are looking at is an accurate portrayal of the evil itself.

    Thanks for making me think out loud.
    Thanks for sharing.

    | Posted on 2014-11-22 00:00:00 | by lori_tab | [ Reply to This ]
      I'm rarely proud to be American, but I do like the potato chips.
    | Posted on 2014-05-10 00:00:00 | by Runes | [ Reply to This ]
      You string together a lot of nouns to try to covey your unique view. I find this unintelligible, not intelligent. I haven't the time or the will to try to decipher it all. Great writers can use a few words, in a way most people can understand, to convey big thoughts. You should try to do that.
    | Posted on 2013-12-29 00:00:00 | by my shadow | [ Reply to This ]
      The thought of such theosophy theophany to me on the demagoguery!! Enigma entity incarnate on the identity crisis. Ethology entelechy…….explicate zoomorphic zoolatry…….


    i know this may appear to be an anarchy iconoclast but the iconography it enigma entity demagoguery did to me!

    Even nowness, meanwhile back at the ranch. What I wouldn't give for some alluvium aloof

    Immunity is Epicurean absurdity.

    | Posted on 2013-11-20 00:00:00 | by monad | [ Reply to This ]
      And yet there is something to be said for a good King.
    | Posted on 2013-11-19 00:00:00 | by Blue Monk | [ Reply to This ]
      My goodness. Will take me awhile to digest all of this. I am not English so it may take awhile.
    Reads interesting though.
    Take care.
    | Posted on 2013-11-11 00:00:00 | by Joachim | [ Reply to This ]

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