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Professors and Other Rubes

Posted by Bob on October 28th, 2004 under How Things Work, Musings about Life

Every con man who has ever lived has fooled the rubes, the suckers, the hicks, with the following phrase:

“Things are not as they appear.”

Did God give us eyes or did Evolution give us eyes? God or evolution, the reason we have eyes is because things ARE as they appear.

What a con man does to a hick, a rube, a moron is to get something from him for nothing.

So he says, “What you get from me APPEARS to be nothing. But things are not as they appear.”

Somewhere in me there is a Bob Whitaker who screams in rage when I take organized religion seriously. That Bob says:

“Preacher, if you mean what you say you will be like St. Paul and make tents for a living. Preacher, if you are serious you will be like St. Peter and work for a living.”

Somewhere in me is a Bob Whitaker who says, “No, Family Values or Equality or We Owe it to So-and-So means nothing.”

When you preach at me, the Diplomatic Bob Whitaker pretends to take you seriously.

But inside me there is a voice saying, “I am not a moron. I am not a hick or a rube or a professor or a New York City provincial. I am Bob Whitaker, and what you are saying doesn’t mean a damned thing.”

  1. #1 by Don on 10/30/2004 - 9:08 am

    [b]con (kon).The act of intentionally cheating : fraud, cheat, chicane, charlatanism, charlatanry, chicanery, con (informal), con game, deception, defrauding, fiddle, flam, flimflam, gyp (informal), scam, shell game, skin game (slang), swindle, thimblerig, humbuggery. A deception practiced to secure gain : swindle, cheating, chicanery, con (informal), confidence game, fiddle, fraud, gyp (informal), racket, rip-off (informal), scam, humbuggery.[/b]

    Excerpted from American Heritage Talking Dictionary
    Copyright © 1997 The Learning Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

    I would like to write a book succinctly describing the Political, Educational, and Religious Establishments. I don’t know where to start. Any ideas?

  2. #2 by Don on 10/30/2004 - 9:14 am

    I have one question I would like to ask every minister or priest, politician, or academician.

    Why do you hate the truth so much?

  3. #3 by Horace on 10/30/2004 - 9:40 am

    I have an idea. Why not use the genetic properties previously mentioned with the “con” concept mentioned here to breed a group of people who were specialists in swindling everyone else. A group who would be able to take advantage of and exploit decent, trusting people. And then if our [i]Special Group[/i] were to invest in media control, we could effectively enslave the others and they wouldn’t even know it. Wouldn’t that be neat? All these people running around endlessly parroting exactly what we want them to say. No matter how foolish it is.

    And we would be the first do this. I am so creative.

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