Actual Freedom – A Diatribe from Gardol Yack

How I Achieved Actual Freedom
by Gardol Yack
Part Three; Section Two

May 05, 2008

GARDOL: On the subject of extraordinary and ordinary proofs, Richard tries to explain why he did this research:
[Respondent]: ‘Is it to offer something ordinary to those who do not have access to the extraordinary?
[Richard]: ‘Also ... I prefer my fellow human beings to not have to take my word for anything. [endquote].

RICHARD: As that word ‘also ...’ obviously refers to the preceding text, which for some reason Gardol has not quoted, then here is that Q&A, again, but complete with what came immediately before this time:

• [Respondent]: ‘... you seem to be relying on two modes of knowledge, the regular look-it-up-in-a-book type and the highly irregular picking-up-on-psychic-footprints type. As the latter informs you about every person who ever did (or does) live, why bother with the former?
• [Richard]: ‘Since when has the entirely sensible procedure of verifying something by some other means been a bother?
• [Respondent]: ‘Is it to offer something ordinary to those who do not have access to the extraordinary?
• [Richard]: ‘Also ... I prefer my fellow human beings to not have to take my word for anything. [endquote].

Gardol’s usage of the depreciatory tag [quote] ‘tries to ...’ [endquote], when the preceding text clearly shows that Richard did indeed explain why (for the entirely sensible reason of verifying something by some other means), is quite bizarre.

GARDOL: Gee, thanks Richard for doing that worldwide research, so I don’t have to take your word that no one, no human being, anywhere, at anytime came to experience actual freedom before you.

RICHARD: Gardol’s patently feigned expression of thankfulness for another’s thoroughness (in carrying out the entirely sensible procedure of seeking to falsify something by some other means) takes the bizarrerie of his abovementioned depreciatory tag/snipping tactic to a whole new level of grotesqueness.

GARDOL: Oh, but wait – your research looks incomplete to me ...

RICHARD: As it has already been made abundantly clear that it is a physical impossibility to do a door-to-door survey, of every man, woman and child currently alive, as nobody lives long enough to individually meet, question, and receive an answer, from each and every one of 6.5+ million people populating this planet (not to mention the language barrier) – and nobody would want to take the time to read through, and verify, each and every 6,500,000,000 of the Q&A’s anyway – Gardol’s patently feigned expression of it being an all-of-a-sudden afterthought that the ordinary means of verifying something revealed by extraordinary means is, of necessity, incomplete takes the grotesquerie of his abovementioned patently feigned expression of thankfulness to a whole new level of weirdity.

GARDOL: ... assuming I take your word that you actually did this alleged research.

RICHARD: Gardol does not have to take Richard’s word for it that he actually did travel the country and overseas, talking with many and varied peoples from many walks of life, and that he actually did watch TV, videos, films, whatever media was available, and that he actually did scour the books, journals, magazines, newspapers and the internet, for information on an actual freedom from the human condition, for twenty plus years, because of the rapid expansion of the information age ... to wit: despite his discovery being actively advertised in books and on the world-wide web, for over a decade now (and latterly on high-definition video discs), not a single other instance has been evinced which would falsify his report (and more than a few of his co-respondents, who would be only too pleased to have his extraordinary evidence proved to be erroneous, have certainly searched in vain).
And, incidentally, no-one has to take Richard’s word for it about the extraordinary evidence, either. Vis.:

• [Richard]: ‘Anyone can follow in the footsteps of the identity inhabiting this flesh and blood body all those years ago, if they so desire, and thus ascertain for themselves that only one person has gone beyond spiritual enlightenment/ mystical awakenment (previously considered to be only possible after physical death)’. List AF, Respondent 90, 15 Jul 05

Of course, such a person would have to be genuinely enlightened/ awakened ... any so-called enlightenment/ awakenment (such as the kind in which metaphysical knowledge is not directly attainable) would be as useless as the teats on a bull.

Here is a useful expression:

• ‘out of one’s depth: in water too deep to stand in; fig. beyond one’s capacities or understanding’. (Oxford Dictionary).

GARDOL: But enough about his ‘ordinary proof’.

RICHARD: As that extremely brief excursion is considered enough then it turns out that, on the subject of the ordinary way of knowing, Gardol actually had nothing to say that was not already freely acknowledged, anyway, and thus obviously only introduced the topic as a thinly-disguised excuse for vomiting his derision all over the page.

Here is a useful word:

• ‘pathematic: of or pertaining to the emotions; caused or characterised by emotion’. (Oxford Dictionary).

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