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Funny story:  Reality a shifting matrix of illusions

Reality a shifting matrix of illusions

So, philosophy has had a troubled past. Not the least with Descartes disappearing in a bar when the waitress asks him whether he would like a drink or not, but also it was troubled for Plato - he's still shackled in his chains in the eternal shadows. In that bloody cave of his. And Socrates had to drink hemlock thanks to the Athenian democracy hating truth-tellers... We have, it could be said,...
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Funny story:  New York Woman's Examined Life Not Worth Living

New York Woman's Examined Life Not Worth Living

New York attorney Diana Campbell was proud of having earned her law degree at the age of 54. She had steady work that wasn't too mentally demanding and which served to pay the bills. And, after nearly three decades of therapy and twelve-step work, sh...
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Funny story:  Things I've Learned & Things I Should Not Have Forgotten

Things I've Learned & Things I Should Not Have Forgotten

Relax, I'm in good health as far as I know. I've just been reflecting that I'm closer to my unscheduled departure time than to my scheduled arrival time. In that, I was just thinking about things I've learned, things I have forgotten and things I should have learned by now, inspired by a note from a friend. Here are a few… Life isn't fair, but it's the only game in town - ENGAGE. Y...
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Funny story:  World at peace, say sources

World at peace, say sources

After roughly half a million years of hatred and war, mankind have finally packed it in. The abrupt move from 'pretty dismal' to 'just groovy' occurred after someone at Cheney School, Oxford, asked during lunch break, "Why don't we just stop all t...
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Funny story:  More From The Problem Page

More From The Problem Page

With This Week's Guest Editor: 20th Century Philosopher Of Being Martin Heidegger (James Corden says: "Top man! Being all over the media like a rash is so stressing. Jack Black introduced me to Heidegger's 'Überwindung der Metaphysik' on the set of Gulliver's Travels: it's the perfect way to touch base after a hard day feeding my already-bloated ego." Dear Martin, as a mature man, it is...
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Funny story:  Friedrich Nietzsche gets respect from Joey Barton

Friedrich Nietzsche gets respect from Joey Barton

Alienated Newcastle footballer Joey Barton has been tweeting fans on Twitter about his "total respect" for German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. Barton has told his 170,000 readers that the author of Beyond Good And Evil was "a real nutter" who...
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Funny story:  Who is this guy called god?

Who is this guy called god?

I am still awaiting a satisfactory, acceptable, answer to my question - Who IS god? I won't capitalize the word god because - well, tell me WHY I ought to? I've had more faith in my dog's over the years and so I prefer to say 'oh my dog!' when necessary. I have Born Again Christian friends who came to 'believe' when they thought they were (are) at death's door. When I ask them about the po...
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Funny story:  All's well that ends well

All's well that ends well

A sieve is a tool of wire mesh used for separating small pieces from large ones, good vs. bad. Builders use a sieve to remove large/fine particles. Up to 1970s, in many parts of the world, personnel management, for recruiting, relied on sifting applications, CVs, tests etc, a procedure even esteemed by crime organizations. With advent of 'ENIAC', 1946, as the first electronic data processing ma...
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Funny story:  I'm OK, You're OK Philosophy No Longer OK

I'm OK, You're OK Philosophy No Longer OK

Psychologists have been following disturbing trends developing from a self help philosophy from the 1980's called Transactional Analysis. TA is based upon a consciousness growth bestseller book entitled "I'm OK, you're OK". Written by Thomas A. Harris MD, it was a book whose primary message was to base all relationships on the premise that everyone is OK just the way they are without any...
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Funny story:  An Irishman's Philosophy

An Irishman's Philosophy

In life, there are only two things to worry about, Either you are well, or you are sick. If you are well, there is nothing to worry about, But if you are sick, you have two things to worry about; Either you will live, or you will die. If you live, there is nothing to worry about, If you die, you have two things to worry about; Either you will go to heaven or to hell. If you go...
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Funny story:  More Wit, Wisdom, and Ideas To Live By From Throckmorton P. Turdblossom

More Wit, Wisdom, and Ideas To Live By From Throckmorton P. Turdblossom

I got lots of people tellin' me that they like my philosophies of life. Hell, it ain't no damn philosopy, it's the way things are, or at least should be! Anyhow, here's some more of my ways of thinking and ideas and questions and such. I don't care if it ain't politically correct or if it pisses some folks of at MSNBC or CNN or on the Ellen Degenerate show. It's how I think and what I feel.
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Funny story:  The Wit and Wisdom of Throckmorton P. Turdblossom

The Wit and Wisdom of Throckmorton P. Turdblossom

Sometimes in life, especially when you're growin' older and always forgettin' where you put your dentures, a man likes to write down some of the things he's learned. Sometimes, this is done to pass down your wisdom to future generations. Other times, it's to make money by selling stuff to a magazine or because you're hopin' to git a book contract. This isn't any of those. This one's just cuz...
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Funny story:  Modern Government Philosophers

Modern Government Philosophers

The third and last installment of the Government Philosopher series looks at present-day experts on how government works. These people have built on the work of philosophers of the past and added a modern flavour. All of these four people are still making contributions to the advancement of the government system. Annie Portner-Storum (1965 - present) An experienced Minister Ms Porter-Storum...
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Funny story:  Want To Read Something Really Scary? We Interview One Of The Economists Leading Us Out Of The Recession.

Want To Read Something Really Scary? We Interview One Of The Economists Leading Us Out Of The Recession.

Interviewer: What is it you do as an economist? Economist: I sit around with the boys and philosophize all day about money. Interviewer: What do you philosophize about? Economist: How the system works and how to keep it working. Interviewer: Why? Economist: So that we can keep on top of it and profit thereby. Interviewer: But who does the actual work to keep it going? Economis...
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Funny story:  Nihilists Join Non-Believers in Holiday Struggle

Nihilists Join Non-Believers in Holiday Struggle

Nihilists joined atheists, humanists and other non-religious groups in a campaign to wrest control of the holiday season from Christians and Jews. The United Nihilist Front (UNF) released a statement yesterday promising complete cooperation with non...
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Funny story:  Confucius (China's Original Punster)

Confucius (China's Original Punster)

Confucius one of the greatest Chinese thinkers and social philosphers of all time had literally thousands of sayings. One of his better known is "The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying small stones." Noted Australian writer and famed koa...
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Funny story:  The Meaning of Life Cracked by e-book Guru

The Meaning of Life Cracked by e-book Guru

Christine Carter, author of a series of e-books aimed at helping desperate women get laid, has discovered the meaning of life and it can be yours for just $77 dollars a month. Only last year Carter cracked the secret psychology of all men, much to...
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Funny story:  The Meaning of Life: The Disturbing Truth

The Meaning of Life: The Disturbing Truth

German philosopher and physicist Hans Dirti has recently produced what may be the most frightening yet accurate theory on why the universe exists, and how.
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