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  1. Perhaps he meant to say “unintelligible”?

    un·in·tel·li·gi·ble
    impossible to understand or comprehend.
    “dolphin sounds are unintelligible to humans”

    synonyms: incomprehensible, indiscernible, meaningless, unfathomable, obscure, cryptic, inscrutable, enigmatic, mumbled, indistinct, unclear, slurred, inarticulate, incoherent, confused, garbled, scrambled, muddled, jumbled, senseless;

    Anything that has a thousand meanings and suggests a thousand more is apt to get lost in translation.

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    • Good point. Maybe it could be well said either way, because after all, truth has a thousand meanings.

      I’ve found that human communication itself is one of the hardest things in the world to get right. It seems very easy for misunderstandings to arise between people.

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  2. The truth is…Sit down for this one. Some people just need to talk a lot even when telling the truth because sometimes telling the truth takes time and may have a story behind it. You know like you can’t just tell someone you like nachos (truth) without explaining why you like them, how you like them, when you like them and where your taste for them developed. There is a science behind these truths that must be known and also a history so it can be passed on to future generations. If it’s not passed on, the memory will die as will the art and love of eating nachos.
    This would be a very sad day in history and science if that were to happen don’t you think?!
    I think so. So it goes without saying (Not really) that the truth takes time and words. Many words.
    We must keep the love of memory, science and history of nachos alive. We also need to teach the future generations the art of making them. Oh there see? I just added art to the pile. So now I’m thinking there maybe needs to be a school of nachos. What do you think. (WAKE UP! ) This is important shit. I think there’s been a discovery made here. Nacho school. Exciting stuff….

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