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Wow! Best episode in a while! That was great...Troy's timeline was so awesome...

-Rob

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agreed, could not stop laughing with troys timeline

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Just brilliant, the worst case scenarios wahaha

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How can this show be even more original? Well, this episode.

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Awesome, awesome episode. Annie has a nickel plated Smith and Wesson Model 36. . . hot.

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ahhahahhahah EVIL TROY and EVIL ABED .... so awesome!!!

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well i laughed a bit. and this is good for this show.

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WOW, this was the best episode in a while.

I selected Community instead of TBBT for the train trip home, because I thought I would laugh less, and fewer would stare.
I wasn't very successful in choking my laughter, especially in Troy's timeline..  big_smile

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Robcore wrote:

Wow! Best episode in a while! That was great...Troy's timeline was so awesome...

-Rob

"timeline" smile
i thought you didn't believe in time?

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peter wrote:
Robcore wrote:

Wow! Best episode in a while! That was great...Troy's timeline was so awesome...

-Rob

"timeline" smile
i thought you didn't believe in time?

I suspend disbelief for just about every experience in life...whether television-related or otherwise. To do otherwise is disturbing to people...like telling Spider-Man that he's just a figure in someone's imagination and not real...
...on the odd occasion someone(if other-ness really exists) might seem prepared for an existential dilemma...but most aren't...and to resolve the 'time' dilemma, one must be prepared to dismiss perception(not subjectivity, just perception), and the dualistic obstacles of language. Language is a great barrier to the resolution of the 'time' dilemma as you can tell, since its purpose is like a scalpel...to isolate and separate conditions and ideas and moments...which is consequent to a limited perception(that is nevertheless amusing!).;)

-Rob

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Best episode this season  lol Loved the evil scene at the end  lol

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Robcore wrote:

I suspend disbelief for just about every experience in life...whether television-related or otherwise. To do otherwise is disturbing to people...like telling Spider-Man that he's just a figure in someone's imagination and not real...
...on the odd occasion someone(if other-ness really exists) might seem prepared for an existential dilemma...but most aren't...and to resolve the 'time' dilemma, one must be prepared to dismiss perception(not subjectivity, just perception), and the dualistic obstacles of language. Language is a great barrier to the resolution of the 'time' dilemma as you can tell, since its purpose is like a scalpel...to isolate and separate conditions and ideas and moments...which is consequent to a limited perception(that is nevertheless amusing!).;)

-Rob

indeed, but(!) time as a dialectical critical realism may also be seen under the aspect of foucauldian strategic reversal, and foundationalisms (in practice, fideistic foundationalisms) and irrationalisms (in practice, capricious exercises of will-to-power or some other ideologically and/or psychosomatically buried source) new and old alike; and the primordial failing of the hegemonic currently western view of the perception of time. however, the ontological monovalence, and its close ally, the epistemic fallacy within its ontic dual will show that using big words is pretty easy when you semi-deliberately bend the meaning of words to make an internally consistent view.

you see, pre/post/spacialities of counter-architectural hyper-contemporaneity, (re)commits us to an ambivalent recurrentiality of antisociality/seductivity, one enunciated in discourse of granulated subjectivity based on materialized color operating on the 47th vibration hmm

so i guess my question to you is: have you ever seen or expected to see words you've written on a piece of paper to disappear into the pencil as you trace the letters from right to left?

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What language is it that your speaking  yikes

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Magnificent episode.. and it should be at least twice that long. big_smile Btw, how could would it be if they'd use the evil study group timeline for the time being. lol

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peter wrote:
Robcore wrote:

I suspend disbelief for just about every experience in life...whether television-related or otherwise. To do otherwise is disturbing to people...like telling Spider-Man that he's just a figure in someone's imagination and not real...
...on the odd occasion someone(if other-ness really exists) might seem prepared for an existential dilemma...but most aren't...and to resolve the 'time' dilemma, one must be prepared to dismiss perception(not subjectivity, just perception), and the dualistic obstacles of language. Language is a great barrier to the resolution of the 'time' dilemma as you can tell, since its purpose is like a scalpel...to isolate and separate conditions and ideas and moments...which is consequent to a limited perception(that is nevertheless amusing!).;)

-Rob

indeed, but(!) time as a dialectical critical realism may also be seen under the aspect of foucauldian strategic reversal, and foundationalisms (in practice, fideistic foundationalisms) and irrationalisms (in practice, capricious exercises of will-to-power or some other ideologically and/or psychosomatically buried source) new and old alike; and the primordial failing of the hegemonic currently western view of the perception of time. however, the ontological monovalence, and its close ally, the epistemic fallacy within its ontic dual will show that using big words is pretty easy when you semi-deliberately bend the meaning of words to make an internally consistent view.

you see, pre/post/spacialities of counter-architectural hyper-contemporaneity, (re)commits us to an ambivalent recurrentiality of antisociality/seductivity, one enunciated in discourse of granulated subjectivity based on materialized color operating on the 47th vibration hmm

so i guess my question to you is: have you ever seen or expected to see words you've written on a piece of paper to disappear into the pencil as you trace the letters from right to left?

I expect to perceive time. I do not expect that perceptions and reality are the same thing.
From my limited vantage point, everything seems to pass in time, yes...however, my non-belief in time as a real quality of the absolute reality derives from the fact that I can, by reason(and some experience), recognize that my vantage point is limited. In the way that one may infer movement by watching frames pass by on a strip of animation...that's what it's like. Because we can't experience all of time at once(limited vantage point) we have created a program(time) which infers meaning based on sequence...thus, our primary mode of meaningfully experiencing that which is timeless is precisely the mechanism of time itself.
...it's like trying to understand the Sistine Chapel one real-life-pixel-equivalent at a time. Orange, orange, orange, black, blue...it is meaningful on the level of dust mites...but on the level of art it is trivial...the space between God's finger and Adam's isn't defined by the colours in the gap.

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-Rob

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Robcore wrote:

I expect to perceive time. I do not expect that perceptions and reality are the same thing.
From my limited vantage point, everything seems to pass in time, yes...however, my non-belief in time as a real quality of the absolute reality derives from the fact that I can, by reason(and some experience), recognize that my vantage point is limited. In the way that one may infer movement by watching frames pass by on a strip of animation...that's what it's like. Because we can't experience all of time at once(limited vantage point) we have created a program(time) which infers meaning based on sequence...thus, our primary mode of meaningfully experiencing that which is timeless is precisely the mechanism of time itself.
...it's like trying to understand the Sistine Chapel one real-life-pixel-equivalent at a time. Orange, orange, orange, black, blue...it is meaningful on the level of dust mites...but on the level of art it is trivial...the space between God's finger and Adam's isn't defined by the colours in the gap.

Reality is Infinite Context.

-Rob

thank you, that's better.
though i still don't see the point, this might not be the place.

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Basically, mundane interests are expressed on the level of the dust mite...tv shows, life in the context of the range of human perception.
My sincere interest however, is not in the mundane, but in the magnificent...in what is beyond my perceptions.

I feel these are experienced in the sense of spirituality.

So, on one level(human) I answer to ordinary experience...and on another level(spirit) I recognize most of human interaction as being illusory or as some sort of karmically inherited stage in the evolution of awareness. One level is the image...the other level the art...

-Rob

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All 7 timelines combined.   lol  lol

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All 7 timelines combined.   lol  lol

Speaking of combining things, I banged Eartha Kitt in an airplane bathroom.

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dominar wrote:
Spyder23 wrote:

All 7 timelines combined.   lol  lol

Speaking of combining things, I banged Eartha Kitt in an airplane bathroom.

And now I need to clean my monitor, wonderful.

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