Theory of
taxi1010.com

Taunts, Insults or Attacks

Codewords Inside Aggressive "Tricks"

"Wings" to Fly
Back to Yourself

Backup
"Ideas"

Six Choices

Essays | Art

Street Smarts

Presskit | Publicity

Feedback

Periscope

Site Map

Kids' Pages

Milestones

The Way Out

 

CLINIC

PATIENT

DIAGNOSTIC

Patient refers to it as stargate-two-eight

A Distracter.4

Nagging.2

 

TOOLSET

INFORMAL FALLACY

 

—Thank you!

—Real old-fashioned.

Cashier's checks.

—In case.

Moxie's

Disease

 

Hypostatization and Snobbery — To hypostatize is to ascribe material existence to abstract entities, such as science and nature, making them seem more profound.

 

NOTES TO MYSELF

PSYCHOLOGICAL AGE

CLASS

[phony jealousy & status] - "Start selling pants - If anyone wants grass skirts, add 'em." —David Daniels, when I started going on and on about adding music to this website.

The Age of Attention, ages 4-7

Rules

 

 
 
 
 
 

Exactly what someone said [or did]
... usually not very original.

The thoughts of a "bad child"
... to free your mind again.

TRICKS

WINGS

IDEAS

"You don't have to be as off-the-rails as Charlie Sheen to get help." (–Neda Ulaby, NPR News)

—Real old-fashioned.

—If you're scared enough, you will ... Ooops! ... Last Person I Want to Touch at Night! ... It took a tricky hop.

"Anything I can help you with?"

Cashier's checks.

—I don't see what else.

"Can I help you find something?"

Cashier's checks.

—We'll see what happens.

"Will you open the trunk?" [From a plainclothes ball park security official]

—In case.

Ze game, zhe game is over! ... My money is in a trust fund.

"What's your educational philosophy?"

—Real old-fashioned.

—What's important is the attention, not the exercises – It's not what you do, it's how you do it.

["What's your profession?"] "'Bye!"

—Real old-fashioned.

—Okay, big fish!

"I'm totally mystified."

Cashier's checks.

—You have to wait.

"We've found someone who's just like you!"

—Real old-fashioned.

—Takes years.

"And have you found the perfect thing to say when someone's mean?"

Cashier's checks.

—Try again.

[u'll say something, then another guy will say ..."ohh ur mom is (whatever u just said)"]

—Real old-fashioned.

—Better than loving a brick.

"You should answer when someone speaks to you!"

—Real old-fashioned.

—It's very disturbing to me.

"I'm still respectful of my elders."

—Real old-fashioned.

—You can see where witches come from.

"Real men never ask directions."

Cashier's checks.

—Not all who wander are lost.

"We've got the same name!"

—Real old-fashioned.

—Very French.

"What is the secret of men?"

—Real old-fashioned.

—It brings up pain in them to have dealings with you.

"Well, if that isn't the pot calling the kettle black!"

Cashier's checks.

—Staying up all night howling at the moon.

"Nice BMW!"

—Thank you!

—Nice on mud.

"It's one thing when you've got the full, rich engine of a BMW."

Cashier's checks.

—Anything more?

"Does that sound funny to you, Officer?"

—Real old-fashioned.

—Don't worry about this one.

"That's a nice diamond ... for a starter."

—Real old-fashioned.

—You know, I'm like that, too.

"I'm seeing someone."

—In case.

—That's before my time.

"Am I supposed to take a hint?"

Cashier's checks.

—Try to like everything.

"Why did you give this to me in particular?"

—In case.

—Just be friendly.

"I will never sleep with you – Not ever! – Ever!"

Cashier's checks.

—My claim to fame.

"You're wearing that?"

—In case.

—Remember the good old days, when people were hippies? – Don't look rich – It's called teasing – Holland is very advanced – Just everything's bad – That's it today, sorry! – Should I get more? – Everyone has all these prejudices.

"You make me feel so short; I'm wearing flats today."

—Real old-fashioned.

—You're a spinning top on the table of love.

"Did you get enough sleep, driver?"

—Real old-fashioned.

—Maybe I'll get a tricycle.

"So you had breakfast."

—Real old-fashioned.

—Now you see why the stars drink.

"When is your meeting?"

—Real old-fashioned.

—Whenever I get there.

"If this isn't an important meeting for you, why should it be for me?"

—In case.

—Isn't it funny how everybody who works like dogs is lucky?

"We need an administration of grown-ups."

—Real old-fashioned.

—That's what makes America great.

"How's your tea, Richard?" [From a frightened waitress]

—Thank you!

And dreams! ... Thank you! ... Thank you! .. Thank you! ... [Just keep saying "Thank you!"] ... Thank you! ... Thank you! .. Thank you!

"We aim to please."

—Real old-fashioned.

—It missed, right?

"What is your aim?"

Cashier's checks.

—My aim is to make money and go swimming.

"I haven't seen one of those combos before – Black and White!" [My two little dogs]

—Real old-fashioned.

—Like a whirlwind.

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

REFLECTIONS

 
 
 
 
 

21-MAR-2014.

 

Thick
of
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ShortCuts

Top
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As follows

CODE WORDS: access, aim, BMW, breakfast, 'bye, combos, educational, grown-ups, found, help, hint, kettle, meeting, men, [mom], mystified, off-the-rails, officer, particular, philosophy, respectful, [said], seeing, several, sleep, speaks, starter, tasting, tea, trunk, we've, wearing

 

XXVIII
Corvus
"Crow"

Cashier's checks.