The Civilflag concept continues to pick up steam even in little ways. I go to this bar in the East Village called St. Dymphna's named after the patron saint of the mentally ill., it's appropriate, but that's a story for another day. Andy the bouncer, said hey that's a Civilflag patch. Where do you get them? I said I sell them. I also have Hats. He said let me get a Civilflag Hat. Well, Andy is the first person in public that has actually recognized the Civilflag for what it is. Sting the Lead singer from the Police, knew that his band was going to be successful when he noticed a busboy in a restaurant who was humming his song Roxanne, put out the redlight, Roxanne..
Well anyway, the important part of the Civil flag is not whether you understand consciously what it means, but unconciously. We think we are smart and in control of our lives, when the exact opposite is true. Can you control your heartbeat? Tibetan monks can and they learn this skill so they can gain the power to die consciously. They have the power to leave their body at will and not come back. They actually practice it to the point that death for the most part becomes a non-issue. If you are not afraid of dying, you can then get on with living. The civil flag out in public in all forms, like patches stickers ect, is a better form of persuasion than having a team of Jesuit Philosophy professors attempting to convince you that God does not exist.
The two new products I have added are Car Flags and desktop flags for I guess patriots that work in cubicles and you tube and twitter all day long. To get back to Andy, I go into St. Dymphna's and he says do you have another one of those Civil Flag hats, I have a bunch of Ex-military that are interested in the Civil Flag. We get into the conversation and it turns out that Andy distant relative was the first American, numero uno. He is of dutch ancestery and New York was first founded by the Dutch East India company. I said, wow that is a heavy burden, I said you know you are probably not destined to work here very long. He said I know.
I believe there is an unseen hand guiding the realization of a True Republic based on Sound moral principals. You may not see it right now, but I do if you no where to look. I was in Starbucks yesterday as well reading the NY Post so I could get the movie listings for Wolverine. Did you know that the NY Post has shrunk? Like 25% and it was thin like one of those phamplets on Alien invasions. Maybe the NY Post is going to become a phamplet in the sense of Thomas Paine? What do you think? I think at this point that they are headed to becoming a trifold brochure. They will be a merger of all the major newspapers and they will have one tri-fold brochure, they will just change the title. There will be one source, AP or is it A&P, no they are out of business.
So before the movie I go to Borders next door to Kips Bay theatre. I always like to search for something new, I sniff things out I am looking for new manifestations from the matrix. The world is maya, it's an illusion things are worked out from the inside to the outside. So when we get scared in the fun house, we are not understanding the source of the manifestation, like Air-force 1 flying over ground zero for a photo-op. Sure, not even I will buy that one. The NY Post did have a story about using photoshop to put the plane in the picture rather than doing it live. But, of course the only reason the post ran that story is to give legitimacy to the idea that the cover story is true.
In Borders there is this book called the Unincorporated Man. It is about a guy that wakes up from a 100 year old sleep and is the only man that is not incorporated or owned by other people, sound familiar? In this futuristic novel people are represented by shares. You can buy shares in yourself, if you think you are worth the risk. If you gain majority ownership, you can become partial self-determinate. Of course if your stock goes up, it just got more expensive to buy back yourself. Are you following me here, well anyway if looks like a really interesting book, plus I had a 40% discount so I plunged on the hardcover. With books I am like a crackhead, I just buy them, at-least they are not all Catcher in the Rye.. Remember the Car flags......
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