Suave Brett V, (not Burt Vennert, you silly), will be guest hosting next week’s http://freedomainradio.com/, Sunday Show, at 10:00am…Ouch, that’s a bit early, but heck, who would want to miss this, eh?
I, among other long-time FDR listeners and donators, will be in the chatroom to make things interesting and pleasant for Brett’s first guest h…[Read more]
a mark made by pressure : impression
something impressed with a print or formed in a mold
Origin: Middle English prente, from Anglo-French, from preint, prient, past participle of priendre to press, from Latin premere —
press. an apparatus or machine by which a substance is cut or shaped, an impression of a body is ta…[Read more]
Artists prefer imagery to clever text.
I think this is so because we carry forward childhood innocence, in-o-sense, meaning using the senses.
These rigid constructs we call letters which form words are not natural, they are contrived, engineered, and must be explained individually and in their group forms to have meaning as like abstract art…[Read more]
strange to me that, greeks used greek, french use french, giermans use german, english use english, but the romans used Latin?
I think not.
Latin is the language of the church, liturgy
la , ˈlä
chiefly dialect —used for emphasis or expressing surprise
lanthanum Origin: New Latin, from Greek lanthanein to…[Read more]
The word is not flesh
Quite contrary of what you’ve been souled
It’s a prop
Which secures you by vice
Before you get old.
We’ve been spellbound by the word, which has and continues to destroy our natural communication tool, language. Oral our common tradition, has been made vulgarity.
Words kill and destroy with justifications (just if i cations), commands, rules and angles.
If you wonder why we have wars against everything, just replace the “A” and put your trust in phonics.
“prop” – : something used in creating or enhancing a desired effect
“a” – : used as a function word to form adverbial phrases of quantity, amount, or degree, to indicate limited knowledge about the referent, to distinguish the condition of the referent from a usual, former, or hypothetical condition
“gan” – : any of various tools…[Read more]