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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Lex, Feb 2, 2007.
Well, isn't it?
No matter where you go...there you are!
If what it is is what it is. Then, it only matters to the person with it. Phooey on what others think it is. For example: Let's choose the word "truth" and substitute "truth" for "it". If what truth is is what truth is. Then it only matters to the person with truth.
If what it is is what it is. People may have varying ideas on what it is. If that's the case, then it is an abstraction. Meaning that it is open for interpretation. For example: With the word "truth in the place of "it"--
It what truth is what truth is. People have varying ideas on what truth is. Then, truths are open for interpretation.
There you go but here I am.:smile:
That depends upon what the definition of "is" is.
Now, wanna give me my blowjob?
Daddies tell, they don't ask. Try again.
I know you are but what am I?
Is you is or is you ain't my baby?
Does that include Michael Jackson?
And it certainly ain't what it ain't.
I am whatever you say I am. If I wasn't then why would I say I am?
None of us should ever let other peoples' words define us.
Many would argue that it fucking well is not.
Whatever it is, you can get it on eBay.
Me: "I gotta be me! I gotta be me! What else can I be but what I...."
Simon Cowell: "Stop!!! That is the WUHST rendition of Candyman that I've evah huhd."
But it ain't what it used to be and thank god it ain't what it was. :smile:
Neo: "I have these memories from my life. None of them happened. What does that mean?"
Trinity: "That the Matrix cannot tell you who you are."
Porgie, I's yo' woman now. I is. I is.
Honey... it's... not... you... it's... me. :dunno:
What is, is.
Parmenides, 6th Century BC. (27th Century BLPSG.)