Ridiculous..

Preface: As some words provide subjective definitions…

According to Webster: “sub·jec·tive,” (in context) Particular to a given person; personal: subjective experience.

..as a reader of “my blather” this morning, you need to know that all the images used in today’s offering (are) particular to representing what ridiculous relates to me.

Continuing…

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                       Sisyphus

In Greek mythology Sisyphus was a king of Ephyra punished for chronic deceitfulness by being compelled to roll an immense boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll back down, and to repeat this action forever. (Source, Wikipedia).

Continuing…

According to Webster: “ri·dic·u·lous,” Deserving or inspiring ridicule; absurd, preposterous, or silly.

Example: My personal representation of absurd…

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 (Absurd – pork wrapped in more pork).

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My personal representation of preposterous..

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 (Preposterous – electing a president without a clue).

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My personal representation of silly..

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 (Silly – America’s “Seventeen Trillion Dollar” National Debt).

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The ridiculous is that which is highly incongruous or inferior, sometimes deliberately so to make people laugh or get their attention, and sometimes unintended so as to be considered laughable and earn or provoke ridicule and derision.

It comes from the 1540s Latin “ridiculosus” meaning “laughable”, from “ridiculus” meaning “that which excites laughter”, and from “ridere” meaning “to laugh”.

“Ridiculous” is also an adjective describing “the ridiculous”.

In common usage, “ridiculousness” is used as a synonym for absurdity or nonsense.

Historic and technical usage of “absurdity” associates it with invalid argumentation and reasoning. Historic and technical usage of “nonsense” associates it with semantics and meaning. While historic and technical usage of “ridiculous” associates it with laughter, superiority, deformity, and incongruity…

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 Last word: “audacity.”

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According to Webster: “au·dac·i·ty,” Heedless of restraints, as of those imposed by prudence, propriety, or convention.

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Editorial: …

I don’t care what color you are? I don’t care where you went to school, or if you went to school. I don’t care about your politics or your religion, if you believe for one moment in any way shape or form that any generation on this planet, in any country is responsible for what any previous generation may or may not have done, you my friend, unequivocally fall into the category of the…

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Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow

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Crusader Rabbit…

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