Dentists, Birthdays, and Aneurysms

How important are dentists, really? If you survive a ruptured brain aneurysm are doctors checking your teeth along with everything else? As if the doctor would come in to say, "Well, we've clipped the aneurysm and once the drugs wear off we'll need to assess their neurological condition.  Could be a couple days, could be a couple weeks. She has zero ability to move the left side of her body and, also, no cavities."

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Ken K
What’s in Cool

Deconstructing cool is like analyzing comedy.  Explaining why something is cool ruins the whole thing.  Is that true?  Let’s find out …

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Ken K
Merit as a Predictive Tool - a Bad One

How often have you noticed someone or something rewarded without merit?  It’s true that the landscape of merit is a subjective display, but everyone knows that.  I’ll point out a more interesting insight.

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Ken K
Giving Trans a Good Name

Trans people, of the LGBT type, have stretched their toes into acceptance over the past half decade.  It’s not strange the acceptance is so hard fought.  Gender seems to be one of the weightier parts of identity.  A thought is gender, instead of an aspect of identity with various causes, just is.  It’s so strongly tied to identity that it’s figured a Platonic Form.

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PicksKen Klgbt, trans, labels, identity
The Commodity of Success

During his 2016 presidential campaign Marco Rubio spoke of his parents’ incredible success.  With hard work and humble employment they absolutely achieved the pursuit of happiness.  It’s a point on living that’s agreeable across politics and culture - life’s dream isn’t pure money.  I fully intend to live happy whether or not I get rich.  I’ll be a model for true success.

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MoneyKen Kpopularity, money
Exclusive Content for Dummies, By Dummies

Let me start by saying I don’t know how to make money releasing online content.  I live in an apartment complex where residents can apply for government assisted rent.  I share a wall with a man who has an honest to god, clinically significant mental deficiency.  My life’s thoughts and actions have led to the same economic success as a retard’s.

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Art & MoneyKen Kart, money, patreon