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"To Pine Cone 11/30/16" - Guest Post by Leslie

Entry Submitted by Leslie at 6:21 PM EST on November 30, 2016

To Pine Cone 11/30/16 – Leslie

At first blush that was an Awesome Satanic rant, brother! I’ll give it a Love Listen when I am through absorbing Imagine Inclusive Invisibility by Pine Cone – which has been a slow read because I’ve had to learn a tricky new word (“interstice”) that I must juxtapose against the word “preclude,” and my brain is about to ignite. But I want you to know that Inclusive Invisibility is a marvelous read and I am growing quite fond of your punctuation.

This essay included 86 magical commas, eight lilting tildes, 20-hyphens, 10 semicolons; 15 ‘apostrophes,’ and my absolute favorite, 26 question marks. (Zero exclamation points, btw.)

The thing I like about question marks is that they signify that a question is being asked. And the thing I like about questions being asked is that they invite thought on the part of the ask-ee(s). One can say, Pine Cones writings are very thought provoking. And, boom. Nowhere else to go. You’ve just been told what to think. But if you say, what do you think about Pine Cones writings? Well, sky’s the limit to that conversation. O’ the thinks you can think about that! That’s the beauty of questions. Frees up your thinker. Just look at the mess that PSYOP got us into, constantly being told what to think to manipulate some hidden agenda (now they’re trying to make us think it wasn’t really a PSYOP but rather the elders were reaction-testing us – whatever dudes!). (Doesn’t it all seem a bit mind-controlish to you?)

When I was growing up I always wanted to be a news reporter. (In fact, I wanted to be the next Barbara Walters…but she just won’t go away.) My first job was Girl Friday for the local daily and occasionally I got an assignment away from obits and wedding announcements. I LOVED asking those five (and sometimes six) Golden Questions. Who? What? When? Where? Why? And sometimes, How? I LOVED doing interviews and asking questions. I got to interview Steve McQueen one time when he was in town for a bike rally and wasn’t that a hoot!

It’s fascinating to me that the wide majority of your sentences are actually questions. Thought provoking questions. People just don’t ask enough questions these days. They’re too caught up in talking about themselves – which is the funny thing. They love to be asked who, what, when, where, why, and sometimes how, talking about themselves. Makes them feel good. But I have to make a guilty confession here. I mostly ask people questions to control the conversation so it doesn’t turn boring. Boredom is my Satan.

I would very much appreciate your definition of the words “interstice” and “preclude” if you would be inclined to share it. Thanc you.

Love is love.

Leslie

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