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Use It or Lose It!

As soon as you open your mouth, your oratory rhetoric decreases your IQ. By how much? No one knows; it's highly correlative and owes it's value to the Tyranny of the Majority. A hypothetical thought experiment places you and your thoughts in silent contemplation.

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Use It or Lose It!

People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use.

- Søren Kierkegaard (1813-1855)

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As soon as you open your mouth, your oratory rhetoric decreases your IQ. By how much? No one knows​;​ it's highly correlative ​and owes it's value ​to the Tyranny of the Majority. A hypothetical thought experiment ​places you and your thoughts in silent contemplation. Thinking before you speak​,​ or in lieu of some vacuous worthless rhetoric​,​ is hardly a life worth living​ let alone replicating​. Wanna talk about it? This prompt to therapy doesn't include the same dimension of Catharsis as the loving relationship philosophy has with wisdom.​

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