Comment: Off guard

(See in situ)

In reply to comment: I think you have defined Prejudice (see in situ)

Off guard

Your definition has floored me, so I'm off guard, thrown out of orbit, and I'm grasping for straws.

"Now, I want you to tell me something that does not exist. One thing, and I will try to prove to you that it does exist."

The productive power of a lie.

I can offer that off the top of my head, but I want to get finished with your reply and return back to John Taylor Gatto. I stopped in here, and I have other pressing things.

Friends and foes are like night and day, foes hide in the dark, friends can't hide since the only thing dark is their shadows, and it has been said that it is wise to keep your fiends close and keep your enemies closer. So you can see just how far out of orbit my thinking has gone since the invention of your working definition of public was created by you, and offered to anyone caring to listen.

I care. Is that the stuff of friendship?

I like much of the scripture, thanks again, I'm off for more history lessons. Now I have a new working definition for "Up for adoption." too.

Joe