Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Talking Story in Hawai'i

Talking Story

In Hawaii there is a wonderful custom called ‘Talking Story’. When native Hawai’ians talk story, everyone is sincere. So there is no paranoia and no mistrust. It is understood that what anyone says may be incomplete or incorrect, but it is also understood that it is spoken honestly and sincerely.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

I Think Therefore We Can Communicate

The Third Gender

Cannot Be Evaluated

From A Perspective of Lack

One who is neither male nor female

But who has been both

Is in another (third) unique category

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Pro and Con

PROfound and/or CONfound

By definition, there are no absolutes in a finite world. . .

That explains, very simply, why mankind was advised not to ‘eat of the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil’ – the indigestion would surely be fatal if not somehow transcended by a form of salvation.

To my mind the American legal system is analogous to the content of the Bible. The scale is different and the same presence of perfection provides an undeniable relationship.

One example in the American legal system is the legal concept of ‘de minimus’ which recognizes that there are facts which fall beneath the threshold of any judicial importance/notice.

De minimus is from the Latin meaning so small as to not be counted.

There are finite concepts which derive from this principle, but are frightfully confusing because of a lack of knowledge of the etymology. A prime example is the ‘white lie’. - Is it moral or not?

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Welcome To OUR World

Anthony Pellicano, Hollywood Private Eye, Talks Jackson, Schwarzenegger and Cruise - ABC News

Fai Shun

I think


Is, and likely

Always was

A kind of benign

Fashion Conspiracy

To elevate the artistic

Fashion sensibilities of

Men and Ex-men who have

A transgender perspective and

Perception of the fashion industry -

For Possible ExGuy and his/her ExBoy Daughter Item


Monday, August 8, 2011


The law of probabilities was conjured by homosapiens (homosaps) after eating the forbidden fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil in the Garden of Eden.

It enables judgments (yes) based on statistical data about the subject matter.

The law of probabilities assumes the existence of some kind of, as yet undetermined, certainty about the subject matter and then postulates the future by referring to the statistics.

It is a finite ‘law’ for a finite world – and in that context, it works.