1. Geyserism No. 22 – Find Me a Wedge

    February 17, 2017 by Dr. Geyser

    The notion that man is set apart is an ideal of the couch, and a reaction against the hardness of the throneroom and the pew. The obesity epidemic is a moral problem, in any case, the solution to which is not morality per se, which is simply law, nor the moral advice offered by doctors and governments, in so far as this advice is a local sentence preceded by a universal judgment which they are not qualified to make. To roll this body, what is needed most of all is—a wedge.

  2. Geyserism No. 21 – Geysers of Spirit and Justice

    February 16, 2017 by Dr. Geyser

    But what happens if, instead, he believes that someone has been unjust to him? Isn’t the spirit within him boiling and angry, fighting for what he believes to be just? Won’t it endure hunger, cold, and the like and keep on till it is victorious, not ceasing from noble actions until it either wins, dies, or calms down, called to heel by the reason within him, like a dog by a shepherd.

    Spirit is certainly like that.

  3. Geyserism No. 20 – What is a Geyserism?

    February 10, 2017 by Dr. Geyser

    1 A Geyserism is defined relative to its content. 2 Some Geyserisms are matters of policy. For instance, Geyserism No. …
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  4. Geyserism No. 19 – Button Up, 2XXX

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    February 7, 2017 by Dr. Geyser

    The Buttons were now Hard as Shit. It was a year that will never be forgotten. The People went to …
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  5. Geyserism No. 18

    February 5, 2017 by Dr. Geyser

    No doubt, madness has something to do with the strange paths of knowledge. … But if knowledge is so important …
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  6. Geyserism No. 17

    February 4, 2017 by Dr. Geyser

    It is said by experts on the matter that human beings use emotional judgments rather than those of a more …
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  7. Geyserism No. 16

    February 3, 2017 by Dr. Geyser

    To correct for an error, two things must occur: first, the error must be correctly diagnosed; second, the error must …
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