Mathematics Primer

Concept of Justice: The misconception among journalists, politicians, and lawyers, all three trades relying on the concept of justice, is that justice is determined by words. They are the strength of no man or woman, and rather, the concept behind the words expressed is what matters, a defeat preeminent in one’s own mind when relying on words themselves, regardless of the announcement of victory from others. This, is the root of evil, the man or woman that has mastered the physical word, and argues them as if fact, concrete, and is saluted, instead of allowing the abstract force behind the words themselves decide the day.

Mathematical Operation: A mathematical operation, is a standard, simpleton’s choice of using math, and we are all simpletons when at home and alone, or in a cardiff’s desk, with our finance (that of control of the world, in a share, or all of it at once, when making a sacrifice such as jogging, any athletic test, even the rigors of recovering from a coma).

Functional Operand: The term of working with others, practiced in family units, called business (the accumulated trade of training and creativity from a family unit, leading to a line of studies hopefully different than the parent, to ensure workability and drafted fleet of income).

Logical Principle: These are the rules of math, from something simple, as a multiplication’s inner workings to be learned on memorization of guidepoints and then operation work through smaller stages such as addition, counting, or differences, shaping the mind into patterns, capable of applying an operand, to a firm.

The Exceptional Rule: To properly use mathematics, as a concept of justice, you have to break a rule, at least one, but only one per logical argument. The integrity, your personal integrity, comes from finding an exception to a situation, the thing that doesn’t match, yet must be entered into the problem. Instead of making the problem more complex, we find a line of study, at the deficiency of our vocal and language capabilities, but we learn to work with others at a firm, for enrichment of all.

Career Mathematical Insights: An exception is the concept of selecting your career, unless in words themselves, a slave in Pontiff’s garb (a public servant, otherwise in term, relying on others and the servant’s study of mathematical principle and how it’s altered). Whenever you pick up a logical fact, that does not work with inference of time and period disclosed in tracking, you have picked up a spider’s garb, a line of inference that can be used for your career.

The Art of Combat: Resistance has never been combat, that’s a journalists job, for when the politicians go away and lawyers become commanders. No, the work of the jackboot, the field slave, the knife fighter and the noble rifle atop high hill guarding you as if angel, is the term of taking a complex mathematical principle, and dividing its rule among your fellows, so each stage of the commander’s problem, is given to each soldier, saving the exception for the enemy. Remember Saving Private Ryan? What’s a grammar school teacher do at the head of an incoming infantry platoon? Just try to figure out Tom Hanks’ character, after you watch again, hopefully with someone ‘good’, if you like French cane combat grammar.

Published by cheater120

Consider me an expert in information munitions. I practice Zazen meditation, Yakuza Trappist form (a Yakuza, games cheat, and Trappist, a counter-agent), as a Bonafuda, a mercantile salesmen of information through philosophy, literature, fiction, and academics, distributed as munitions technique deployed for the purpose apparent to you, unless of course you have violated the ethics of my piece, in which case you will be trapped inside a theft of the piece and an action within the boundaries of the violation you have committed in Benedictine culture, the Jewish affiliate within Catholic culture. Buyer beware, and these poems, are free.

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