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04-04-2015, 01:46 PM
RE: Revolution is inevitable, if not imminent
(04-04-2015 01:30 PM)TrainWreck Wrote:  
(04-04-2015 01:24 PM)Chas Wrote:  Connotion? Consider

You are offended by a mispelling, that much?

That is what you want to pick on - can't figure it out, because you are so brilliant???

What word did you mean to use? Consider

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04-04-2015, 02:26 PM
RE: Revolution is inevitable, if not imminent
I believe he meant connotation. At least it makes sense contextually.

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04-04-2015, 02:27 PM
RE: Revolution is inevitable, if not imminent
(04-04-2015 01:38 PM)TrainWreck Wrote:  
(02-04-2015 06:42 PM)Stark Raving Wrote:  Well shit. Glad to see you're still kicking and as batshit as ever.
As you were.

Yeah, I have only passed through to check on the forum a couple of time when the national discussion caused me to check on what the atheists are thinking.

I dedicated a lot of my time this past year working up the improved charter system so it is ready for conventions. pretty neat stuff that I got going.

From the Preamble that lays out the way to debate the 1787 Constitution by multiple courts each concerned with one of the seven articles, to a parade coming out of the United Nations - good fucking shit I got going.

Quote:003.60: property – We The People


Be advised that there is a tremendous effort to make this process as accessible as possible to the ungrateful masses of people, but order and reason will be upheld as paramount. It is expected that the conventions will be televised, and when practical, social media may be utilized in the official activities, indicating that a larger portion of the People are participating and understanding what it is We are doing before We do it.
004: commerce - Adoption Procedures for the Secular Library Charter System
004.10: sovereignty - Continental Congress

When the SLCS becomes the anticipated constitutional system the key step will be the adoption of formatted state charters by, at least, thirteen states successfully completing a reconstitution transition, so as, to justify the ambition of the federal charter, and compel the remaining states to join the union of formatted charters. The national conventions will then require the delegates for what will be the Fourth Continental Congress, and it should be expected that the state networks of municipal councils will appoint their governors, their attorneys general, their state network speakers, and three state jurists (or honored dignitaries), as will be necessary to reflect the proposed consolidated United States Congress – indicating that the necessary governing assemblies are available and committed to the mission of administrating the reorganized federal government.

Following a convention in Philadelphia the secured draft will be petitioned to the United States Supreme Court protesting for the reorganization of the federal government.
004.20: prosecution - Founders Assembly

Following successful litigation at the Supreme Court a petition for a Founders Assembly will be issued to convene at the United Nations General Assembly Hall to inaugurate the constitution, indoctrinate the judiciary, appoint the legislative officers, secure the federal seal system, commission the courts, charge the security agencies, and complete the documentation necessary for the sanctioned archives; thereby providing for the reconstitution of the daily routine of the courts, national security, and commencement of the new legislative and appointment procedures.

All members of the Founders Assembly will be allowed five minutes to demonstrate loyalty to constituency, and the inaugural officer appointments are advised to limit remarks to twenty minutes.

The United States Courts and Code will not incur any adverse disruption of service during the transition, because new constitutions effect the efficiency of the political system and not the majority of regulatory laws that are "already on the books," which can only be changed by the new legislative process, which should be responsive to correcting the inefficiencies and contradictions in the regulatory system that have been caused by the inefficiencies of the previous political system.
004.30: diplomacy - Document Parade

The certified documents from the Founders Assembly will be paraded from state to state by police escort exchanges of a United States Postal Service convoy for the states to enter the documents into their archives. Following a complete tour of the states, and allied nations, the secured federal constitution will be enshrined into a United States Archive vault in the District of Columbia.

All civil protests and contests must be registered with the local police services identifying all necessary aspects of the demonstrating assembly. Marching routes will be scheduled by the permits issued from the police to accommodate emergency and parade routes.

At least it's clear your delusions of self grandeur aren't gone in the way you speak of such great things you're doing here and the way a person who wrote a new constitution would be so famous... well good for you.

Also is your failures to not view things in static formula like again defining atheist as a group that by here could be categorized as having a joint opinion. The manner of static this or that views you process of words having the one meaning that matters to you and not flexible merits or positions being determined in a group manner are all still here in just a few goofball posts.

The silliest point of all has always been, how the current constitution at its core, is all adjustable by effort. You really could alter any of the so called grand ideas of very generic truth seeking phrases and amendment them if you had the power to incite a constitutional revolution.

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04-04-2015, 02:32 PM
RE: Revolution is inevitable, if not imminent
(04-04-2015 02:26 PM)Stark Raving Wrote:  I believe he meant connotation. At least it makes sense contextually.

Could have been 'commotion'. Or something else.
We may never know.

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04-04-2015, 02:38 PM
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(04-04-2015 02:27 PM)ClydeLee Wrote:  At least it's clear your delusions of self grandeur aren't gone in the way you speak of such great things you're doing here and the way a person who wrote a new constitution would be so famous... well good for you.
Thank you - I am very confident I have the scientific formatting necessary for putting together a more efficient government.

(04-04-2015 02:27 PM)ClydeLee Wrote:  Also is your failures to not view things in static formula like again defining atheist as a group that by here could be categorized as having a joint opinion. The manner of static this or that views you process of words having the one meaning that matters to you and not flexible merits or positions being determined in a group manner are all still here in just a few goofball posts.
Yes - Atheism is a political doctrine that opposes theist doctrine - humanism is the multifacet otological doctrine that you are trying to describe with obtuse wording.

(04-04-2015 02:27 PM)ClydeLee Wrote:  The silliest point of all has always been, how the current constitution at its core, is all adjustable by effort. You really could alter any of the so called grand ideas of very generic truth seeking phrases and amendment them if you had the power to incite a constitutional revolution.

It is two hundred years-old, and written to appease religious people with very limited educations. Think of all the shit that is merely a couple of decades old, and how it has been replaced by more efficient technology.

Humanism - ontological doctrine that posits that humans define reality
Theism - ontological doctrine that posits a supernatural entity creates and defines reality
Atheism - political doctrine opposed to theist doctrine in public policy
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04-04-2015, 02:46 PM
RE: Revolution is inevitable, if not imminent
(04-04-2015 02:38 PM)TrainWreck Wrote:  
(04-04-2015 02:27 PM)ClydeLee Wrote:  At least it's clear your delusions of self grandeur aren't gone in the way you speak of such great things you're doing here and the way a person who wrote a new constitution would be so famous... well good for you.
Thank you - I am very confident I have the scientific formatting necessary for putting together a more efficient government.

(04-04-2015 02:27 PM)ClydeLee Wrote:  Also is your failures to not view things in static formula like again defining atheist as a group that by here could be categorized as having a joint opinion. The manner of static this or that views you process of words having the one meaning that matters to you and not flexible merits or positions being determined in a group manner are all still here in just a few goofball posts.
Yes - Atheism is a political doctrine that opposes theist doctrine - humanism is the multifacet otological doctrine that you are trying to describe with obtuse wording.

(04-04-2015 02:27 PM)ClydeLee Wrote:  The silliest point of all has always been, how the current constitution at its core, is all adjustable by effort. You really could alter any of the so called grand ideas of very generic truth seeking phrases and amendment them if you had the power to incite a constitutional revolution.

It is two hundred years-old, and written to appease religious people with very limited educations. Think of all the shit that is merely a couple of decades old, and how it has been replaced by more efficient technology.

It was written as written for multiple reasons. Also part of that was knowing people will change over time so ideas were allowed to be adjusted to it over time. There's again that layering it down to one issue to view things again. It's not going to get you anywhere to continue with that line of reasoning.

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04-04-2015, 02:57 PM
RE: Revolution is inevitable, if not imminent
(04-04-2015 02:38 PM)TrainWreck Wrote:  
(04-04-2015 02:27 PM)ClydeLee Wrote:  At least it's clear your delusions of self grandeur aren't gone in the way you speak of such great things you're doing here and the way a person who wrote a new constitution would be so famous... well good for you.
Thank you - I am very confident I have the scientific formatting necessary for putting together a more efficient government.

Can you explain what scientific formatting is? Consider

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05-04-2015, 09:02 AM
RE: Revolution is inevitable, if not imminent
Will there be a revolution? That's not the real question. The real question is - if there is a revolution, will it be televised?




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07-04-2015, 03:44 AM
RE: Revolution is inevitable, if not imminent
(04-04-2015 02:57 PM)Chas Wrote:  Can you explain what scientific formatting is? Consider

It's just like regular formatting, but in a lab coat.


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(05-04-2015 09:02 AM)BnW Wrote:  Will there be a revolution? That's not the real question. The real question is - if there is a revolution, will it be televised?




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07-04-2015, 12:22 PM
RE: Revolution is inevitable, if not imminent
(04-04-2015 02:57 PM)Chas Wrote:  
(04-04-2015 02:38 PM)TrainWreck Wrote:  Thank you - I am very confident I have the scientific formatting necessary for putting together a more efficient government.

Can you explain what scientific formatting is? Consider

You are right, I should have contexted it in quotes - "scientific formatting."

What I am referring to is the semantic coding (formula) used to maintain a relative order of the abstract system. It is derived from the semantic coding used to order the Secular Library Classification system, which is similar to the Dewey Decimal and Library of Congress classification systems for organizing subjects of technology - most often used in organizing libraries.

The major difference of my system is that it is probably the most efficient ordering, because it has a relatively consistent formula for organizing the subjects, where as, the DDC and LCC do not, otherwise you would be aware of a formula used to divide the subjects of human knowledge. As it is, it appears that each subject is "independently organized" and relationship between subjects tends to be poorly organized, if at all comprehensible.

The Secular Library Charter System uses the following semantic format to organize the divisions of the articles:

0. execution
1. sovereignty
2. prosecution
3. diplomacy
4. commerce
5. trust
6. propertyt

These are the semantic qualifiers that I used to relatively organize the orders of the articles into seven subdivision.

This ordering is what is needed to understand the "grid" in "political gridlock"

You do understand what they are talking about when they refer to "political gridlock," don't you?

Answer: "grid" of "checks and balances."

You know that - right?

Humanism - ontological doctrine that posits that humans define reality
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Atheism - political doctrine opposed to theist doctrine in public policy
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