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Posted by 64bowtie on September 21, 2005, at 14:59:51


I put some thought into my answers... I hope you find me on your side and not confronting you... I sense we are closer these days than 18 months ago...

This is installment 1...
> Part 'B' of the issue is that the results don't change by your settling your mind about the exactness of my representations of the etiology of the model...

GG: True, but if I could put what you are saying into the language I learned about neurology, then I could form a better opinion of what you are saying.

Rod: That sidesteps my issue that you can do my process successfully without anybody’s opinion or blessing… Adulthood is always the next logical step to any life that is without it… What may be not so clear is that adulthood is everything a childhood is and so much more… Perhaps you key on the phrase “life was simpler then”… It was… You knew less to reflect on, and new stuff was everywhere and almost everything… However, recognition of the new stuff was limited to the immediate…

Allegory: kid comes running into his Mom, “I just saw a cat with blue eyes!” All the cats he had ever seen all had yellow eyes… Also, I am a child who wasn’t raised on TV early on (I’ve made up for most of what I’ve missed, many times over)…

So, many pieces of knowledge never passed in front of me in our little town of Walla Walla, Washington… In 1955, I remember the thrill and excitement of going to the "Clyde Beatty Circus"… To this day I remember how stunned I felt when I first saw the camels… I couldn’t imagine a camel in my frame of reference, and today its still a stretch… Dogs, cats, goats, horses, calves, cows, bulls, ducks and geese (did I mention chickens), oh, and chickens, mice and rats, and even snakes, but no camels… And the smell… For some psychic reason, I connected with the elephants, so they weren’t as much a curiosity as camels… Now that I am an adult, camels are to be approached cautiously; they spit, they kick, and they smell bad… Mmmmmmm…..lovely!





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