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Industrial Thinking

Posted by Bob on August 28th, 2013 under Bob's Meanderings

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This could have been called “Porch Talk,” but I don’t want to get those discussions mixed up with whatever appears here.

Porch Talk was for you.   This is for me.

No one questions you when you say you want to take a walk.

So I am taking a talk.

What really makes this different is that I am not taking a talk, I’m WRITING.

You might say that writing began as an industry.  It was an especially learned skill, part of a profession or by the head of family.

“It is written” meant it was important.

In the Evil White Man’s World, illiteracy, like starvation, is a thing of the past for anyone anywhere near normal.   You can still starve to death in hospital room, in fact, that is the only place anyone still does starve in the Evil White Man’s world.   Illiteracy has gone the same way.

You can only starve in a hospital because that is where we put people whose bodies are failing to process the nourishment they need.    There are tens of billions of dollars waiting to be spent on anyone who is illiterate, so the case has to be pathological for one to be unable to read.

Mommy Professor is a lot like the medical profession until a couple of centuries ago.   His ridiculous theories not only make the case worse, all the official thinking goes into the modern version of bleeding and using astrology, so that Mommy Professor today, like his  medical counterparts in earlier days, is a brick wall against any constructive approach.

This has happened to all to all thinking.  With the general spread of literacy, writing, like Mommy Professor’s Intellectualism, has become the property of of those who ordain each other as Intellectuals.

The spread of writing has lead to the restriction of writing to a bureaucracy, an industry.

Actually, set of different industries, each of which is largely  a product of personal contacts rather than any originality on the part of the professionals.

In fact if you want to write for a bureaucracy, originality is a death sentence.

OK. Bob’s Meanderings is now a go and no longer needs to go on the main page.

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