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Unmatched Wisdom

Added: Wednesday, October 9th 2019 at 4:06am by udontsay
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Unmatched Wisdom -
When you claim you are a genius, then the only thing that is for sure, is that you have a fool for a client -

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I bet you were part of the anti-war clique that vanished in January of 2009, weren't you? lol

his "wisdom' is unmatched alright...i would hate to think there were two like that on the planet

Hello, udon'tsay!

As usual, you place yourself in the crosshairs with your attempt at epigram, viz: "When you claim you are a genius, then the only thing that is for sure, is that you have a fool for a client -" 

1.) Certainty cannot actually be derived from the empirical/existential condition/s which you describe. As consequence - irrespective of which human you are referencing with : "...the only thing that is for sure, is that you have a fool for a client -" no such certainty may be established; making such a claim with such aplomb is - at best - tendentious opinion, and at worst, rather foolish...

2.) The reader of your attempt at presenting a pithy comment, must rely upon a cultural adage, viz: 'The individual representing himself/herself in a court-of-law, has a fool for a client' so as to make a connection between the individual proclaiming himself/herself to be a 'genius' and the same individual somehow then representing himself/herself in some formal, or informal, courtroom proceeding. Those unfamiliar - with the paraphrased adage/saying we referenced above - would have a hard time understanding how "X" proclaiming themselves to be a genius, becomes objectively (certain) indicative of X both being a fool (even without requiring an unassailable definition of what constitutes a "fool"), and X having - somehow - retained X as a legal representative of X...

Cordially, tjd

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