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Old March 28th, 2009 #81
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Hell, that was quite easy to make two syllables out of. Down here, the word "yes" has two syllables too.

Pron. Yay-yes

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Old March 28th, 2009 #82
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No, you have my position confused with your own Catholic position. I don't deny that some jews can truly covert. What I deny is that most jews can do it, and I suspect the reasons are biological. So it is with education - it's a shitty solution because many or most aren't particularly educable, yet it does some good. The minority of thinking men can benefit from the education we provide here. We do what we can, until we have the power to make wholesale changes. The people are not against us for intellectual reasons, they are against us because we do not have power - we are not authority. Of course, you as a Catholic know that anyone who seeks power is immoral, a Jacobin.
In your second sentence of this post, did you mean to write "convert" or "covet?" Since "covert" is an adjective, Lash supposes you had in mind a verb.
 
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If suffering is a positive good, as Jones claims it is, then importing niggers makes perfect sense, as niggers do nothing but cause suffering.

It is not logically possible to be a racialist and a Catholic.
Wasn't Adolf Hitler a Catholic altar boy in his youth?
 
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In your second sentence of this post, did you mean to write "convert" or "covet?" Since "covert" is an adjective, Lash supposes you had in mind a verb.
Some minor grammatical errors are considered to be eminently tard-worthy.
Others are not.
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Ethics and philosophy aside, you can't brush aside the supernatural hogwash that is embedded in chrisitan doctrine which attempts to short-circuit ones critical thinking abilities. The catholic doctrines are hysterical. There are thousands of bullshit teachings that have been fed to the gullible masses over the years.

How stupid do you have to be to believe in transubstantiation, the Assumption of Mary, and the infallability of the Holy papa.

Then of course there is "Born of a virgin", ( commas go inside the quotes) "water to wine", "raised from the rotting stinking dead", etcetera, etcetera, etcetera.

Science, reality, and sound reasoning is not the jewish perspective. The jews pride themselves on their fantastic supernatural creations in the Bible, their blatent (blatant) racist hatred in the Talmud, and their fuzzy, drug induced (drug-induced), esoteric teachings found in the Kabballah.

You have debased yourself with the worshipping ("worshiping" preferred) of false jewish gods. If you are indeed jewish, then this is natural for you. If you are white and worship a dead jew on a stick, believing in fantastic jewish fables, then you are to be pitied.
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Some minor grammatical errors are considered to be eminently tard-worthy.
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By whose rules? Which are they? How are they determined? Where does all the corruption of the language end?
 
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It is Lasher's opinion that it should be spelled one way or the other. One cannot simply choose to spell a word according to what it brings to mind. Would you spell the word describing the removal of a certain brand of polishing wax from your car as "desimonizing" or "desimonicizing," or "demoralizing" as "demoralicizing?"
I would call it dewaxing or diswaxing.

The neat thing about inventing words is you can spell them the way you like. If you're going for a specific effect, you have artistic license. 'Demoronicizing' is aesthetically correct. As far as I know, demoronizing or demoronicizing aren't formal words. There are general rules for forming words, but a valid precept is that the sound should echo the sense. Or the sound should echo the nonsense, in the case of demoronicizing.
 
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By whose rules? Which are they? How are they determined? Where does all the corruption of the language end?
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I would call it dewaxing or diswaxing.

The neat thing about inventing words is you can spell them the way you like. If you're going for a specific effect, you have artistic license. 'Demoronicizing' is aesthetically correct. As far as I know, demoronizing or demoronicizing aren't formal words. There are general rules for forming words, but a valid precept is that the sound should echo the sense. Or the sound should echo the nonsense, in the case of demoronicizing.
Sorry to see the gist and nuance of my example escaped you Alex, but Lash still maintains his position on your "invention" of words. BTW, would you explain just what you mean by "demoronicizing" being "aesthetically" correct? And does estheticism (preferred spelling) trump literal correctness? It is true that the English language is in a state of constant revision and change, but for individuals such as you or me to presume to be the arbiters of what is correct is, indeed, presumptive, don't you think?
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Sorry to see the gist and nuance of my example escaped you Alex, but Lash still maintains his position on your "invention" of words. BTW, would you explain just what you mean by "demoronicizing" being "aesthetically" correct? And does estheticism (preferred spelling) trump literal correctness? It is true that the English language is in a state of constant revision and change, but for individuals such as you or me to presume to be the arbiters of what is correct is, indeed, presumptive, don't you think?
http://vnnforum.com/showpost.php?p=967097&postcount=6


It's aesthetics that says whether a new word is good. It's like art - it's either good or not, and no analysis is necessary on it, and you don't need to be appointed as an arbiter to be able to coin one. Excuse me for jumping into your discussion.

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Sorry to see the gist and nuance of my example escaped you Alex, but Lash still maintains his position on your "invention" of words.
Why does Lasher continually refer to himself in the third person?
Is he a professional athlete?
MikeTodd is curious.
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It's aesthetics that says whether a new word is good. It's like art - it's either good or not, and no analysis is necessary on it, and you don't need to be appointed as an arbiter to be able to coin one. Excuse me for jumping into your discussion.
Just how does esthetics relate to the written word? How can one judge one spelling of a word to be more beautiful than another? Esthetics, by definition, refers to beauty. It is Lasher's opinion that words should be in a dictionary before they are acknowledged as viable, genuine parts of the English language, and not just corrupted, polyglot, inventions of someone who is unable to formulate his words in a coherent manner.

You're excused.
 
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Why does Lasher continually refer to himself in the third person?
Is he a professional athlete?
MikeTodd is curious.
Why not?

Tell Mike not to lose any sleep over it.
 
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Mike won't. Thank you.
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Mike won't. Thank you.
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and not just corrupted, polyglot, inventions of someone who is unable to formulate his words in a coherent manner.
e.e. cummings r-p-o-p-h-e-s-s-a-g-r

Tell me there are no aesthetics in that.


I rest my case.
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e.e. cummings r-p-o-p-h-e-s-s-a-g-r

Tell me there are no aesthetics in that.


I rest my case.
It needs a rest.
 
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It needs a rest.
Huh?

I take it you aren't familiar with Cummings then.
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Huh?

I take it you aren't familiar with Cummings then.
Lasher only knows that e.e. didn't know much about capitalization. Lash was familiar with e.e.'s granddaughter.
 
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Lasher only knows that e.e. didn't know much about capitalization. Lash was familiar with e.e.'s granddaughter.
He had a BA and Master's from Harvard, graduating with magna cum laude! I think he knew more about capitalization than the rest of us put together!

He didn't always mess around with the rules of grammar; when he did, it was to create a specific effect. "r-p-o-p-h-e-s-s-a-g-r", for example, was meant to give a visual effect of the movement of a grasshopper on the page and capital letters and commas would have broken the motions.
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