Time to grow up (a little)
In the same way a standup comic may be reticent to work on their depression and/or addiction issues for fear of “losing their edge” and thus ceasing to be funny, Drunken Tussell may eschew a working understanding of basic logic and practical skepticism for fear that it will constrain his creativity. When Kornfield asked DT to name “something that’s all good,” DT replied “colors,” demonstrating his obtuseness through his inability to discern or even be aware of the distinction between amoral, moral, and immoral. Put down the Bhagavad Gita for a night and bone up on identity, non contradiction, excluded middle, basic logical fallacies, and prudent skepticism. I promise it will only help, not hurt, all of your future stream of consciousness ravings pertaining to the eruption of the singularity out of a hemorrhoid on Cthulhu’s butthole. Or don’t.
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