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, and other humor theorists(footnote) I offer my own brief introduction to my own theory of humor. The Chinese coined the term: "A picture is worth a thousand words" so thusly let me illustrate *THE* theory of humor. So we have it now as a matter of record:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/113644665/The-theory-of-practical-joking-its-relevance-to-physics-by-RV-Jones Crabtree’s blundgeon: The flaw of occams razor is that it assumes that the simplest theory is the most popular. When in south-east asia think water buffalo’s not horses.
What you are looking at above is an example of the autonomic nervous system. The left depicts the thoracolumbar group of vertebrae what the Chinese call the hua to jia jie. The right column depicts on top what is the cranial “group” which is basically the effects of the 10th cranial nerve, what the Chinese call the “stomach meridian”. This is the sedation system of the regulatory systems, therefore it is commonly known that stomach points stagnate. Something must be said about this. A-shi points means transpositional as they were moved away from veins and arteries. Stomach 9 is essentially a point directly ON the jugular vein. Stomach 9 A-shi is a point proximal to this point which is found on vagus nerve as it emerges from the cranium and goes down the side of the neck. To strike a nerve is DA MAK to strike a point is DIM MAK. Dim does not mean point it means time and by logical extension angle (what is known as temporal radius in projective geometry). Its “effect” is not in fact determined by its location on a nerve or veins or arteries or blood vessels or where groups of muscles cross or any other nonsense such “observation”. The exact effect eg. Delayed death is known because its “cause” is based on time compression and physical touch is not even nessessary to produce a “delayed death” effect anyways. It goes without saying that if you transpose a point you’d tend to transpose in a convenient arbitrary point of reference ON the physical body. The map is not the territory. Therefore, its pretty much a given that A DA MAK strike is generally a small surface area, as is NA MAK which is grasping the point. The lower part of the picture is the sacral group. Interestingly enough there seems to be a psychological block concerning this sacral group probably due to the associated functions. You don’t read a lot written about the sacral group. You’ll understand a bit more as you read on. I have taken liberty to place a red X on the “unacceptable” portion of the sacral group nerve functions. Illustrating simply a conceptual and basis for censorship. When we remove genital functions from bladder and rectum we are left with farting, peeing, scatology, which are all clinical. These are all diagnostic mediums used in medicine and science, and Affection is not genital it is uterine. Public displays of affection have to be considered in this context. I had typed this up in one run and took some time off in finishing it and realized that I must make clear that public displays of affection are the issue, not private affection. Likewise, it is not that you cannot use force, just avoid using initiatory force. For it has a tendency to back-fire. It’s a dignified application of Crabtree's Bludgeon as a weapon. The only time you really need to be touching me is if I am on fire and you are patting me to put me out. There are just some kinds of people that, if they pat you on the back, they are probably looking for a place to stick the knife. If a stranger pats you on the back, pat yourself for your wallet.
That’s the Korean version of shaking hands by the way.
The autonomic nervous system was also renamed as the sympathetic nervous system because of their sympathetic functions. A midlife crisis is sympathetic feelings for the womb, our mother’s uterus. A midwife crisis is sympathetic feelings for being the womb. What essentially is a sympathetic pregnancy in men who do not have uteruses? Sympathetic. Now we get into the core issue of what is social acceptable. And what are rules and modes and codes of conduct. Expressions of any human emotion are thusly undignified. There are more appropriate ways to express love, friendship, brotherliness. If you want to show your love to me buy me a Mclaren F1. Otherwise, spare me the platitudes and empty sentiments I’ll be sure to return the favor. The yijing says: “The three classes of men relate to themselves with sickening politeness”. I have my own maxim: “Politeness without humility”. I don’t need bodyguards. People fundamentally know when something is acceptable and unacceptable. Humor tests the limits of social acceptability but only . This is why humor is formulatic. There are many cultures that will agree to the following proposition: We only tell people that we love them when they are on their death beds Others might find it puzzling. However, your unwillingness to respect and understand the cultural rules and norms will place you in direct conflict with those that do. There is a fine line between asocial and antisocial but In medical astrology, we see that somewhere in the range of age of 36 to 41 the sacral chakra becomes activated in all hominids and this is what results in cycle of midlife uncertainty that is most commonly associated with a midlife crisis. What I find interesting about this is the association between the sacral charka its governership by Gemini and the sacral group of nerves in the cranial-sacral group. I do not consider this the same as our sympathetic feelings for the uterus, I just find it an interesting association. Perhaps we need to steer away from the semantics of humor and laughter. Its really a question of what is comical. Do we deny that someone is a comic or comedian? No, we might deny that their jokes are funny. To call them jokes is to qualify them as humor. All negation is distinction. The opposite of love it not hate, it is indifference. Because the human mind to seek protection hides itself behind a perceptual filter. The defense mechanism is to depersonalize.
Yet how much of jokes are offensive, racist, and sexist if not convienent tools for propaganda and to spread hate. That’s the point. It’s the “porn is degrading to women” argument. And? All work is degrading. That’s the point. There is a Chinese proverb: “He that says “I was just joking” wasn’t joking”. Something that is socially acceptable requires a justification if it is improperly structured and or delivered. When it happens to you it’s a tradjedy, when it happens to someone else its comedy. Thus in short my theory of humor. It is highly plausible Farting is arguably not very funny, its humorous. Humor and laughter are as different as social and asocial and asocial and antisocial. It’s a matter of not knowing or not caring. The laugher comes in the set up, if farting is used as a misdirection from something else. Something we just know we aren’t supposed to talk about. This serves also as a model for conduct and as a basis for propaganda and censorship. Propaganda is just one side of the story. All media is propaganda. Censorship. What is unhumorous about censorship. Take an example of Japanese porn. Why mask the pubic hairs and not dub over a decent womans voice? Even the Eurasian porn stars . Do I watch Japanese porn? Its unbearable. Is there such thing as Chinese porn? No. Its like dissecting frogs in biology. Its unpleasant but it’s a clinical. The Japanese sense of “moral integrity” (what is the japanese word for moral integrity) is to mask the pubic hairs of the woman. Ever hear of a brazlian wax? An entire culture of people with the mentalities of 14 year olds. You can laugh but its less humorous as it is distrubing because they are promoting an agenda and the marketing works. Mel brooks said that the studios told him to rewrite every scene in Blazing saddles that was essentially all the funny scenes. He pretended to agree and then went on and filmed them anyways. This illustrates a fundamental misunderstanding of the structure of humor and laughter. A professional comedian does not laugh at the jokes of comedians they “study”. Actors study actors, film makers study film. The art ignorant public lack a medium for expression. They are consumers. They are the audience. That is what is meant by “life imitating art”. I laugh AT people that think THEY are funny reenacting someone else’s SNL skit. Do not rewrite or refuse to shoot a scene, simply restructure it. Actresses become preganant all the time during sitcoms. A new baby has to be planned in the series so they use props and angles to hide the signs that an actress is pregnant.
The issue of pregnacy alone used to be taboo, let alone the context of it occurring out of wedlock, even the mention of its word used to be taboo on American television. Remember when blossom “got laid”. How come no one made a big deal about Joey using an escort service? A scene is planned and structured, it need not be deleted or rewritten just shot or presented differently. What is more funny than a black box covering someone’s head an entire episode. Remember when the unknown comedian took of his bag and underneath was another bag? You don’t have to show a man urinating, the sound alone is comical. Or not urinating at all. Just the implication. I watched an interview of chevy chases parents and they said he would do things like excuse himself from the dinner table and go into the bathroom where he had a huge container of water and would stand there and pour it into the toilet to make it sound like he was urinating for an extended period of time. Again, that’s comedy. Not semantics of what humor is or why someone is laughing. Its comedy, unquestionably urinating and bowel movements are a continued and unending source of laughs. Affection is not genital it is uterine! Hence, hysterical. Hyst in greek means womb. Womb-man. And you now understand a bit more about why women are inherently unfunny. [unfinished draft I will have to go back and see what I forgot and reformat. There is enough here to stimulate the mind of the serious student. I think I have proven my point in a basic sense quite well]
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