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    Bella:

    The trick is to see the symbolism behind the language. What does light represent, as both a literal and non-literal entity?

    What does the absence of light represent? How does this tie-in with Wildcat's posting style?

    What happens when you isolate phrases/paragraphs? When you re-combine them? Are there key words he repeats? If so, what does that mean to the dynamic of his message?


    Such is the nature of a Wildcat post.

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    ^ oh, wow, you actually bothered?! I heart you.
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    Everyone deserves a taste of his wisdom.

    He gives the impression of unconventionality to test interest.


    He is exceptionally smart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Night View Post
    Bella:

    The trick is to see the symbolism behind the language. What does light represent, as both a literal and non-literal entity?

    What does the absence of light represent? How does this tie-in with Wildcat's posting style?

    What happens when you isolate phrases/paragraphs? When you re-combine them? Are there key words he repeats? If so, what does that mean to the dynamic of his message?


    Such is the nature of a Wildcat post.
    I think I can only get as far the symbolism of light....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    I think I can only get as far the symbolism of light....
    You're better than halfway there...

    What does light represent?

    What happens to a darkened room when one turns on a light? Where does darkness go?



    What does this light mean to the context of a streetlamp, hidden (darkened) from immediate psychological view(light)?

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    Light represents, good, God, wisdom, life.

    The darness goes away.

    I can't do the last one.
    Give me 5 more minutes....
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    There's no rush.

    Light only moves fast offline.
    Online, it is adjustable.

    Take your time.
    After all: it's yours for the taking.

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    No, I'm not gonna get it.
    Maybe he's going blind.
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    It's okay, Bella.

    You are actually correct.
    Blind is not just a physical condition,
    But can also be a way to describe psychological paralysis.
    The inability to perceive distinction,
    Is to overlook the value of detail.

    What is detail, but additional information?
    Knowledge, without form.
    All knowledge is without form, no?
    When we add light, we become the knowledge -
    We embody it.

    In doing so, we reduce it to meaninglessness.
    We darken our understanding.

    In this way, the absence of light,
    Is the absence of meaning.

    And this is a good thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anja View Post
    A "necessesary evil," mon petitchoux.
    It's amazing, isn't it? You speak of a necessary evil and I speak of the lesser of two evils.

    Between us we seem to have evil sewn up.

    How odd neither of us speak of the necessary good or the lesser of two goods.

    Both of us want to be good but we seem to be ineluctably drawn to evil.

    Do you think we are a bad influence on one another?

    Am I the one your mother warned you of, or indeed are you the one my mother warned me about?

    Ah, if only I knew your star sign - I'd know.

    But in the meantime - in between time - ain't we got fun.

    I don't know quite what to call you, ma puce. So I shall choose whatever takes my fancy.

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