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Websters New Collegiate Dictionary in Plain type

Noodlebrain's use of terms in italics


Art: n. 1. skill acquired by experience, study or observation 2.a. a branch of learning; one of the humanities 3: an occupation requiring knowledge or skill, 4a: the conscious use of skill and creative imagination esp. in the production of aesthetic products. NBP: the practice of using cognitive, affective and psychomotor skills all at once so that the information becomes imprinted in the DNA and people can acquire both substance and confidence in their practices.

Aristocracy: 1: government by the best individuals or by a small privileged class. 3: a governing body or upper class usually made up of an hereditary nobility. 4. the aggregate of those believed to be superior. NBP: the people who control the wealth on the planet and therefore the context within which our economics are determined.


Bullshit: n: NONSENSE esp: foolish insolent talk- usually considered vulgar. (Bull: to engage in idle and often boastful talk... to fool especially by fast boastful talk.) NBP: people talking without confidence in what they are saying, but pretending they are certain.

Business: n. 1 purposeful activity: busyness 2: a: role, function b: an immediate task or objective : Mission c: a particular field of endeavor 3 a: a usu. Commercial or Mercantile activity engaged in as a means of livelihood : TRADE, LINE b: a commercial or sometimes an industrial enterprise c: usu. economic dealings : PATRONAGE : AFFAIR, MATTER 5: movement or action by an actor intended sep. to establish atmosphere, reveal character or explain a situation called also stage business 6 a: a personal concern b: right 7 a: serious activity requiring time and effort and usu. The avoidance of distractions b: maximum effort 8 a: a damaging assault b: a rebuke or tongue lashing : a hard time c : double cross NBP: n: an agency that supplies goods and/ or services to the public.


Capitalism: n. 1) the economic system in which all or most of the ...means of production and distribution, as land, factories, railroads, etc., ...are privately owned and operated for profit, originally under fully ...competitive conditions: it has been generally characterized by a ...tendency toward concentration of wealth, and in its later phase, by the ...growth of great corporations, increased governmental control, etc. NBP: a form of economic exchange where goods and services are offered and the supply and demand made for the products and services are determined by the market.

Catch: vt. 1.a: to capture or seize after pursuit b: to take or entangle in, or as if in a snare c: deceive d: to discover unexpectedly: FIND e: to check suddenly or momentarily f: to become suddenly aware of.

Catch-22: NBP: a term coined by a book title of the same name which refers to being caught in a trap in which you are damned if you do, and damned if you don't. A Catch-22 situation is paradoxical, but if one is not tolerant enough of the ambiguity involved, one has no choice but to choose one hell over another, or to go insane.

Civility: n. 1. archaic training in the humanities 2 a: politeness; courtesy b: consideration, a polite act or utterance. NBP: civility is what is practiced when the public interest rests on language to get its needs met.

Cogitation: n 1. a: the act of cogitating: MEDITATION b: the capacity to think or reflect 2: THOUGHT knowledge to succeeding generations b: the customary beliefs, social forms, and material traits of a racial, religious, or social group 6: cultivation of living material in prepared nutrient media; also a product of such cultivation.

Collective: n. 1 a: a collective body : GROUP 2 : a cooperative unit or organization: specifically:COLLECTIVE FARM

Collective Genius: NTP: collecting our genius together and creating a critical mass that intends to make this a planet that is proactive toward becoming the civilized world we are meant to be without Machiavellian influences trying to dumb us down, or make us think we are a bunch of Darwinian killer dudes.

Collective Power: NTP: the power of synergy where whole items, when combined are more than the sum of their parts. In this context, we mean the collective power of the people joining forces, being on the same page regarding our collective public interest issues.

Commerce: n. 1 : social intercourse : interchange of ideas, opinions, or sentiments 2: the exchange or buying and selling of commodities on a large scale involving transportation from place to place 3: sexual intercourse.

Commercial: adj. 1 a: (1) engaged in work designed for the market (2): of or relating to commerce (3).characteristic of commerce (4): suitable, adequate or prepared for commerce 2a: viewed with regard to profit b: designed for a large market 3: emphasizing skills and subjects useful in business 4 : supported by advertisers

Context: n. 1: the parts of a discourse that surround a word or passage and can throw light on its meaning 2: the interrelated conditions in which something exists or occurs: Environment. NBP: observing issues from the point of view that holds the issues in place… analogy: a bowl full of apples where the bowl is the context in which the content called apples can occur. The apples come and go, as apples that land in a bowl do: they get eaten, they rot, they get baked, etc. The bowl is the container for the activity of apples and demonstrates the concepts of full and empty to the observer. The context provides the way in which content exists.

Cultural: adj. 1: of or relating to culture or culturing 2: concerned with the fostering of plant or animal growth, NBP: especially the growth of humans


Democracy: n. 1.a A government by the people esp. the rule of the majority. b. a government in which supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them directly or indirectly through a system of representation usu. involving periodically held free elections. 2. a political unit that has a democratic government, 3 the principles and practices of the Democratic party in the US. 4. the common people esp when constituting the source of political authority, 5. the absence of hereditary or arbitrary class distinctions or privileges.

Dupe: n. One that is easily deceived or cheated: FOOL,. vt: to delude by underhanded methods or for one's own ends. NBP: to be fooled while blinded by some bedazzling......

Dupery n. the act or practice of duping, 2. the condition of being duped.NBP: being fooled by a bedazzler, or intentional deceiver, or an uncommunicative, unintentional deceiver who won't, can't, isn't clear enough to, clean it up and move on... people who accuse you of the drama they are imposing on your life

Dupeless: NBP: without dupe... no duplicity allowed. to manage your own ability to be rendered stupid and to stay awake to potential dupery; able to avoid and deflect its intention. and to roll with the punches because if you don't you will lose something important in the jolting hesitancy.... roll .... and rock... and roll.... and take a stand and test your own merit.

Duplicity: n. contradictory doubleness of thought, speech, or action, esp: the belying of one's true intentions by deceptive words or actions 2. the quality or state of being double or twofold 3. the technically incorrect use of two or more distinct terms (as claims, charges or defenses) in a single legal action. "


Earnings: n. 1. something earned, 2. the balance of revenue after the deductions of costs and expenses. Power: n. 1a: possession of control, authority, or influence over others, 2a: the ability to act or produce an effect 6a: a source or .......means of supplying energy

Earning Power: NBP: The ability to generate an income either through wages earned or through the generation of profit in the balance of revenue after the deductions of costs and expenses.... the power we have to earn money

Educate: vt. 1 to provide schooling for 2: to develop mentally or morally esp. by instruction vi: to educate a person or thing

Education: n. 1a: the action or process of educating or of being educated; also : a stage of such a process b: the knowledge and development resulting from an educational process 2: the field of study that deals mainly with methods of teaching and learning in schools.

Endorphins: NBP: hormones released in the body that induce a feeling a relaxation, or faith, or peace and love. Etymology: endo means within, morpholy comes from Morpheus, the God of Sleep. The drug Morphine is an external source of this effect, while endorphins are internally generated and produce the same kind of high. This hormone is triggered when one feels confidence, peace, love, etc.

Enlighten: vt. 1) To give the light of fact and knowledge to; reveal...truths to; endow with discernment; free from ignorance, prejudice, or...superstition; 2) to inform, give clarifictaion to as to meanings...intentions, etc. (See Capitalism)

Enlightened Capitalism: NBP: Introduces the context for wealth or profit or earning a living wage generated by principles of enlightenment. EC supports profit generation based on the principles of Ethics, logic, and Passion (ELP). These principles were written by Aristotle in 500 BC and are considered the foundation of Western Civilization. EC includes 2500 years of Humanities, Arts & Sciences.

Enron Corporation: NBP: A utility industry that duped the public, especially California, out of millions of energy dollars, and took the money and ran. They are currently on trial (2004).

Ethics, Logic, and Passion: NBP: These are the three offices or proofs of Truth as defined by Aristotle about 500 BC. They are the foundations of Western Thought. When one stands in these three offices of truth, one's word is law in the universe...this is powerful contexting! (See Logic and Passion separately.)

Ethics: (From The Rhetoric Of Western Thought; Golden, Berquist, Coleman; Kendall Hunt Publishing Company, Iowa, p.69)
"Ethics requires all three components:
1) Character- you are distinctly different from others
2) Intelligence- you have the ability to communicate that character in such a way that people know that there is no one like you....
(this is really sweet)
3) Goodwill- you will always will good and never will ill against another with the powerful combination of intelligence and character

Ethics: n. 1) The discipline of dealing with what is good and bad and with moral duty and obligation. 2a) A set of moral principles and values. NBP: Your ethics demonstrate your character, intelligence, and goodwill as it shows up for others in general.

Evolution: n. 1a) A process of change in a certain direction: UNFOLDING b) the action or an instance of forming and giving something off: EMISSION c(1): a process of continuous change from a lower, simpler, or worse to a higher, more complex or better state: GROWTH. (2): a process of gradual and relatively peaceful social, political and economic advance...

Evolutionary Shift: NBP: to generate enough creative energy to cause chaos, the tolerance and exploration of which causes a shift to a new level of stasis, or stability in a totally different state of being, doing, having.

Evolutionist: n. a person who believes in the possibility of political and social progress by gradual, peaceful steps.

Existential Activist: NBP: The art of being an active existentialist that stands in the face of unethical, illogical, and dispassionate discourse without despair, isolation or anxiety dread or guilt. Having a strong ethical, logical, and passionate foundation to mirror possibilities outside of the status quo and stand responsibly for all of humanity.


Fencesitting / Fencesitters: n. a state of indecision or neutrality with respect to conflicting positions. NBP: a term used in the Negotiating Conflict Module for people who operate from low trust, low agreement.

Financial Statements: NBP: Statements that reflect the Assets, Liabilities, Net Worth, Revenues, Costs of Goods Sold, or Direct Costs, and Overhead Expenses of a company, or any financial entity, including a household. See the Accounting Made Simple Module for a complete explanation.

Fodder: n. 1. something fed to domestic animals 2: something that is used to supply a constant demand (for instance: collected data which became computer data). NBP: we cannot have a war economy without soldiers and enemies, we cannot have a crime economy without judges and criminals, we cannot have a disease economy without doctors and patients. If we earn our living in these fields, or are trapped in the downside of these services, then we become the fodder that support war, crime, and disease economies. We don’t know we are all threatened by these monolithic gods we have propped up in the honor of protection, security, and wellness. If we just pop outta here into some cool industries committed to cleaning up the dysfunctional elements that machiavellian lassaize faire groups have made... well... we can get on with an evolutionary state of being, instead of this stupidity that is nothing without our labor.


"Games People Play": NBP: this is a great book that was used by sociologists and psychologists to understand the sub-conscious games people play with and on each other when they are not really present to the problems they create for them-selves and others. A worthy read to get unhooked by people's games, and to end your own. Authenticity is a function of being our word, not of gaming ourselves and others to get our needs met.

Genius: n. 5 a: a single strongly marked capacity or aptitude b: extraordinary intellectual power esp as manifested in creative activity c: a person endowed with transcendent mental superiority specifically: a person with a very high intelligence quotient NBP: a person who practices ethical behavior (character, intelligence, and goodwill)


Human: adj. 1: of, relating to, or characteristic of man 2: consisting of men 3 a: having human form or attributes b: susceptible to or representative of the sympathies and frailties of man's nature.

Humane: adj. 1 : marked by compassion, sympathy, or consideration for other human beings or animals 2: characterized by or tending to broad humanistic culture : HUMANISTIC

Humanism: n. 1 a: devotion to the humanities: literary culture b: the revival of classical letters, individualistic and critical spirit, and emphasis on secular concerns characteristic of the Renaissance 2: HUMANITARIANISM 3 a: a doctrine , attitude, or way of life centered on human interests or values, esp. : a philosophy that asserts the dignity and worth of man and his capacity for self-realization through reason and that often rejects supernaturalism.

Humanitarian: n. :a person promoting human welfare and social reform: Philanthropist.

Humanity- Humanities (plural): n. 1: the quality or state of being humane 2 a: the quality or state of being human b: pl. human attributes or qualities 3: pl. the branches of learning having primarily a cultural character 4: MANKIND

Human Evolution: n. an unfolding, opening out, or working out; process of development, formation, or growth, gradually reaching a highly developed state by a process of growth and change.


Illusion: n. a false idea or conception; belief or opinion not in accord with the facts; an unreal, deceptive, or misleading appearance or image.

Inorganic Cell Salts: NBP:Dr. Shussler's Twelve Tissue Remedies refer to the inorganic constituents of the human body. When combined with the organic elements, these salts produce new cells generating in the prototplasm. When the molecular chains of these salts are broken, disease ensues. When our foods are processed, these salts are reduced or eliminated, and the body breaks down. Whole Foods sells these cell salts for as little as $7 per vial. See Health and Well Being Module for more information.

Intercultural: adj. occuring between or relating to two or more cultures. NBP: the interchange of two cultures from two different countries

Intracultural: NBP: adj. occuring between or relating to two or more cultures within one country. The interchange of two or more cultures from the same country.


Joy: n. 1.a. the emotion evoked by well-being, success, or good fortune or by the prospect of possessing what one desires: DELIGHT b. the expression or exhibition of such emotion: GAIETY 2: a state of happiness or felicity: BLISS 3: a source or cause of delight.


Kef n. 1: a state of dreamy tranquility 2: a smoking material (as marijuana) that produces kef.


Lie: NBP to withhold information, or say something untrue in truth's place.

Lie, lied, lying: vi. 1: to make an untrue statement with intent to deceive n. 1: an untrue or inaccurate statement that may or may not be believed true by the speaker 2: something that misleads or decieves 3: a charge of lying.

Linguistic Realities: NBP: a term nbp uses to help people to see outside of the box, or to see the sea we swim in. Linguistics is the science of language. Realities are a function of agreements realized as fact. When we recognize that we live within a language construct, and our realities are defined by the agreements we make in that language construct, then it becomes more feasible to generate new realities as a function of new agreements based on language that rests on universally accepted principles of ethics, logic, and passion.

Linguistics: n. pl. 1) the science of language, including phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics: often general linguistics divided into descriptive, historical, comparative, and geographical linguistics. 2) the study of the structure , development, etc., of a particular language and of its relationship to other languages: as English linguistics. Realities: n. 1) the qualities or states of being real. 2) a person or thing that is real; fact. 3) the quality of being true to life; fidelity to nature.

Logic: n. 1 a: (1) a science that deals with the canons and criteria of validity of inference and demonstration : the science of the normative formal principles of reasoning. (2) a branch or variety of logic (Boolean) (3) a branch of semiotic; esp. SYNTACTICS (4) the formal principles of a branch of knowledge b (1): a particular mode of reasoning viewed as valid or faulty, (2) RELEVANCE, PROPRIETY c: interrelation or sequence of facts or events when seen as inevitable or predictable d: the fundamental principles and the connection of ciruit elements for arithmetical computation in a computer also: the circuits themselves 2: something that forces a decision apart from or in opposition to reason. NBP: From Aristotle’s Three Offices of Truth, Logic is the ability to demonstrate or refute a claim.


Machiavellian Proft Centered Economies: NBP: economies that are based on profit strategies by whatever means. Machiavelli wrote The Prince, which is a textbook in economic classes that teaches that pretense or artifice will work as a means for attaining results.

Machiavellianism n. the political theory of Machiavelli; esp the view that politics is amoral and that any means however unscrupulous can justifiably be used in achieving political power.

Machiavellian adj. 1 of or relating to Machiavelli or Machiavellianism 2. suggesting the principles of conduct laid down by Machiavellli, specifically characterized by cunning, duplicity, or bad faith.

Misogamist: n. one who hates marriage

Misogynistic: adj. having or showing a hatred and distrust of women

Misology: n. a hatred of argument, reasoning, or enlightenment

Misoneism: n. hatred, fear or intolerance of innovation or change

Misprision: n. 1a. neglect or wrong performance of official duty.

Moral Conversation: NBP: there is a distinction we are making between moral conversations and ethical conversations so that we do not get caught up in the dilemma of believing moral conversations are "good" in every sense of the word. We regard "moral conversations" as conversations that are based in a dominant culture's religious point of view, whereas "ethical conversations" are universally based in the principles of ethics, logic, and passion. So if the conversation has the goodwill of others in mind, and addresses all possibilities in a debate, which evokes the excitement or calming down of those who are party to the conversation, then an ethical conversation has taken place. If judgments, evaluations, shame, blame, credit or praise for any one particular ideology over another is taking place, then a moral conversation ensues. We assert that moral conversations keep competitive war like challenges in place, and ethical conversations promote truth and peace.


Noodle: n. 1: a stupid person: SIMPLETON 2: HEAD 2: a food paste made with egg and shaped typically in ribbon form 3: vi. to improvise on an instrument in an informal and desultory manner.

Noodlebrain: NBP: a person who has been rendered stupid by deceitful practices and discovers how to use her/his brain to self-annihilate the old stupid way of being and to rebuild a new context for being that is dupe-less, and cannot be deceived again. A person who is motivated by a public-spirit.


Objective: adj. 1a) existing independent of mind, 1c) emphasizing or expressing the nature of reality as it is apart from personal reflections or feelings.

Objectivism: n. 1. any of various theories stressing objective reality esp. as distinguished from subjective experience or appearance. 2. an ethical theory that moral good is objectively real or that moral precepts are objectively valid.


Paradox: NBP: There is a saying in the mental health industry that the ability to deal with ambiguity (a production of paradox) is a sign of mental health. We say at NBP that when we include the concept of Paradox in our analysis of concepts and experiences, we have some breathing room to see how things can be true and false at the same time depending on whose point of view is considered. If one is capable of seeing paradox, then one can empathize with another who has a different point of view. We can learn to first tolerate, and then appreciate, those differences as valid. Once we can accept differing ways of enculturation, we can be less reactive and less threatened, and more curious. We have incredibly diverse sets of human beings and ways of producing culture on this planet. It is joyous to explore them when unthreatened. The only way to stop being threatened is to recognize that no one way is right or wrong, just different. To each his own.

Paradox n. 1) a statement contrary to common belief; 2) a statement that seems contradictory, unbelievable or absurd but that may actually be true in fact. 3) a statement that is self-contradictory in fact, and hence false (NBP: *by standards of logic, perhaps, but not by standards of paradox)

Paradigm Shift: NBP: a contextual shift, i.e. if the bowl of apples has a red glass container, a paradigm shift would be to shift or move the apples to a different container, say a blue metal one. A paradigm shift in economics would be to pick up the whole notion of economics and remove it from a Machiavellian set of practices and shift the content to a context of Enlightened Capitalism, where the items in the container are the same, but the practices for operation have shifted to a whole new paradigm.

Paradigm: n. (to show) 1:EXAMPLE, PATTERN esp : an outstandlingly clear or typical example or archetype 2: an example of a conjugation or declension showing a word in all its inflectional forms

Power n. 1 a: possession of control, authority, or influence over others b : one having such power; specifically a sovereign state c: a controlling group: establishment d: a force of armed men e: a large number or quantity 2 a: the ability to act or produce an effect…etc…

Prison Labor Force: NBP: a serious conflict of interest with the market labor force, this labor force pays slave labor and has been incarcerating non violent offenders since the 1980’s to obtain manageable corralled labor without the usually human rights in place for citizens. IBM, Lenscrafters and a barrage of other industries have been laying off market labor and supporting the building of prisons across America to use our people as fodder for this market. This needs serious investigation and the players need to be punished for their crude and evil means to this slave labor end. But until the public realizes that they have been fed false media regarding the crime industry, we have no hope of breaking this context and ending the war against our poor played out in the crime industry.


Quasi-public: adj. essentially public (as in services rendered) although under private ownership or control.

Quantity Theory: n. a theory in economics : changes in the price level tend to vary directly and in the value of money inversely with the amount of money in circulation and the velocity of its circulation.

Quietism: n. 1 a: a system of religious mysticism teaching that perfection and spiritual peace are attained by annihilation of the will and passive absorption in contemplation of God and divine things. b: a passive withdrawn attitude or policy toward the world or worldly affairs 2: a state of calmness or passivity.


Radical: adj. 1: of or relating to, or proceeding from a root: as a) (1) of or growing from the root of a plant... 2: of or relating to the origin: FUNDAMENTAL 3 a: marked by a considerable departure from the usual or traditional: EXTREME. b: tending or disposed to make extreme changes in existing views, habits, conditions, or institutions. etc...

Rally: n. 1. a to muster for a common purpose, b. call to order 2.a to arouse for action b: to arouse from depression or weakness vt. 1: to come together again to renew an effort, 2. to join in a common cause 3. recover, rebound 4. to engage in a rally.

Revolutionary Change: NBP: revolutionary change is like recycled trash. Using the tools of war, crime, and disease to fight against those industries keep in place the underlying props that allow them to exist, so at most we have a regime change, not a real change at all. Evolutionary change pops out of the current context with a new set of tools.


Salad Bowl World: NBP: we assert that we do not live in a melting pot, but in a salad bowl world. The truth is, if you look at anthropological and sociological data, people do not give up their core cultural mores, but bring with them incredible differences that can be delightful and curious when we are not expecting them to be the same or to adapt to ways that are not core for them. The context of our differences shifts to something more curious when we get over the cultural shock that there are other ways of being a human being besides our own, and they have survived and will continue to survive, so why fight it! Why not enjoy our incredibly diverse brothers and sisters, so we can learn to share power and resources without our differences being an issue.

Shift: n. 1 a: a means or device for effecting an end b (1) : a deceitful or underhand scheme : DODGE (2) an expedient tried in difficult circumstances : EXTREMITY 3a: a change in direction b: a change in emphasis, judgment, or attitude etc…

Science: 1a. the possession of knowledge as distinguished from ignorance or misunderstanding. b: knowledge obtained through study or practice. 3 a. knowledge covering general truths or the operation of general laws esp.as obtained and tested through scientific method. b. such knowledge concerned with the physical world and its phenomenon.

Stem Cell Research: NBP: We are not privileged to know what is really going on at this level of research and development, but there is deep concern that the war mongers may create people who are groomed to work and die without any real life at all. More on this to come…. Currently China is executing prisoners for fresh hearts, etc. Perhaps they are manufacturing people to provide these parts as well. It can be done, and it is the cheapest labor possibility, reducing our humanity to machinery. This needs watch dogs and ethical regulations if we wish to forward science and not machiavellian profit making scams out to hurt any of us.

Stress: n. 1: constraining force or influence as a: a force exerted when one body or body part presses on, pulls on, pushes against, or tends to compress or twist another body or body part; esp : the intensity of this mutual force commonly expressed in pounds per square inch. b: the deformation caused in a body by such a force. c: a physical, chemical, or emotional factor that causes bodily or mental tension and may be a factor in disease causation. d: a state resulting from stress...

Stressor: n. a stimulus that causes stress.

Subject: n. 2 a: that of which a quality, attribute, or relation may be affirmed or in which it may adhere b. substratem: material or essential substance c: the mind, thought or consciousness.

Subjective Reality: NBP: the context (perceptual field) in which one's content (self perception/experiences) shows up as distinct from others. The stuff from which character is made. The reality generated by one's relationship with oneself, with which to meet objective reality and remain intact. One's subjective reality is established by the intrapersonal conversation one has with oneself that answers the question: who am I?

Subjectivity: adj. 2 b relating to or determined by the mind as the subject of experience (SUBJECTIVE REALITY)

Subliminal: 1. inadequate to produce a sensation or a perception. 2. existing or functioning outside of the area of conscious awareness.


Totalitarian: adj. 1 a: of or relating ot centralized control by an autocratic leader or hierarchy: AUTHORITARIAN DICTATORIAL: esp DESPOTIC. b: of or relating to a political regime based on subordination of the individual to the state and strict control of all aspects of life and productive capacity of the nation esp by coercive measures (as censorship and terrorism. 2 a: advocating or characteristic of totalitarianism. 2a: completely regulated by the state esp as an aid to national mobilization in an emergency. c: exercising autocratic powers: tending toward monopoly.

Truth: n. the quality or state of being true, specifically; a) formerly loyalty; trustworthiness; b) sincerity, genuineness, honesty; c) the quality of being in accordance with experience, facts, or reality. NBP: see Aristotle’s Ethics, Logic, and Passion: the three Offices or Proofs of Truth in the CIVILITY/MENTORS Module.


Underclass: n. lower class

Universal: adj. 1: including or covering all or a whole collectively or distributively without limit or exception. 2 a: present or occurring everywhere b: existent or operative everywhere or under all conditions (universal cultural patterns)

Unmask: vt. 1: to remove a mask from 2: to reveal the true nature of: EXPOSE.


Visible: adj. 1: capable of being seen, perceptible to vision 2 a: exposed to view. b: MANIFEST, APPARENT c: conspicious 3: capable of being discovered or perceived : RECOGNIZABLE :AVAILABLE 5: devised to keep a particular part or item always in full view or readily seen or referred to.


Wackenhut Corporation: NBP: Wackenhut is a corporation in the business of providing security services to prisons, nuclear power plants and may act as a world police force for corporations and other countries. They created another company, Corrections Corporation of America, which is in the business of building prisons. It is not in the public interest to build prisons for profits, and then create a crime industry to fill the prisons so that other corporations like IBM, Lenscrafters, etc can have labor at reduced prices competitive with market labor. It is especially evil when they lay off market labor, to switch to prison labor to save a buck. And to target the black population's sink to poverty, or the youthful rebels processing their normal rights of passage, for fodder to fill these prisons across America is a crime in itself.

War: n. 1a. a state of usually open and declared armed hostile conflict between states or nations. 2a. a state of hostility, conflict, or antagonism. b: A struggle between opposing forces or for a particular end.

War, Crime, and Disease Industries: NBP: For several hundred years our economies have been built on these industries. The effects of generating wealth using human beings as fodder for profits in these industries kill us, incarcerate us, and sicken us intentionally and periodically... like clockwork. We think we can encourage the Aristocracy to invest in other projects instead, when we collectively demonstrate we can and will anyway.


Xenophobia: n. fear and hatred of strangers or foreigners or of anything that is strange or foreign


Yammer: vi. 1 a: to utter repeated cries of distress or sorrow. b: whimper 2: to utter persistent complaints :Whine 3: to talk persistently or volubly and often loudly

Yes-man: n. a person who agrees with everything that is said to him: esp: one who endorses or supports without criticism every opinion or proposal of an associate ro superior. (NBP: Thumper)


Zeit-Geist: n. the general intellectual, moral, and cultural climate of an era.

Zen: n.: a Japanese sect of Mahayana Buddhism that aims at enlightenment by direct intuition through meditation

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