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    Weaponized language?

    Which words are foe-bidden? Who weaponized language first?
    Muh "oppressed". The tower of babel was built with cell phones
    and all who came after worshiped iconoclasts. Thus pride comes before the fall.

    Therefore the means to transmit communication ought to remain with
    those who can still read, write and draw diagrams. Logic, Grammar, Rhetoric.

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    Re: Weaponized language?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Which words are foe-bidden? Who weaponized language first?
    Muh "oppressed". The tower of babel was built with cell phones
    and all who came after worshiped iconoclasts. Thus pride comes before the fall.

    Therefore the means to transmit communication ought to remain with
    those who can still read, write and draw diagrams. Logic, Grammar, Rhetoric.
    I had to read this a few times to get in your mental groove here. I think I get it. I'd be interested in you expanding on this.
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    Re: Weaponized language?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    I had to read this a few times to get in your mental groove here. I think I get it. I'd be interested in you expanding on this.
    In the mental groove? What are you using for a stylus? A railroad spike?
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    Re: Weaponized language?

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    In the mental groove? What are you using for a stylus? A railroad spike?
    Hey, coach, are youse sayin' I'm ob-toose?
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    Re: Weaponized language?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Which words are foe-bidden? Who weaponized language first?
    Muh "oppressed". The tower of babel was built with cell phones
    and all who came after worshiped iconoclasts. Thus pride comes before the fall.

    Therefore the means to transmit communication ought to remain with
    those who can still read, write and draw diagrams. Logic, Grammar, Rhetoric.
    Dont know if I understood correctly but, isnt language weaponized by its mere definition ? You can always inflict harm by making someone do something harmful, by given them false information, assuming they act on it. Not very different from a traitor or enemy spy leading the soldiers into an enemy ambush.
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    Re: Weaponized language?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Which words are foe-bidden? Who weaponized language first?
    Unlike Unboxxed I'm not really sure I understand. But to try to answer your question, the mind and the mouth are the true weapons. The rest are merely tools.
    Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far West African proverb popularised by Teddy Roosevelt

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    Re: Weaponized language?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    Hey, coach, are youse sayin' I'm ob-toose?
    No, I'm saying I need a railroad spike to play Unregistered's severely warped record!

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