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The idea for this book came to me several years ago when I first heard George Carlin do his now famous routine about the contradictions we see in everyday life (oxymorons). Things like Jumbo Shrimp, Semi-Boneles, and Military Intelligence. His ideas intrigued me so much that I began collecting lists of them. Several years and several hundered oxymorons later, I met John Ac The idea for this book came to me several years ago when I first heard George Carlin do his now famous routine about the contradictions we see in everyday life (oxymorons). Things like Jumbo Shrimp, Semi-Boneles, and Military Intelligence. His ideas intrigued me so much that I began collecting lists of them. Several years and several hundered oxymorons later, I met John Accusor. His ability to translate my ideas through his drawings made this book possible. Webster's Dictioanry defines an oxymoron as " A smart saying which first appears foolish. A figure of speech in which opposite or contradictory terms are combined." **This is my view of what the Four Corners of the Globe would be like if we paid attention to the Random Logic and Half Baked ideas we use in everyday life. As a matter of fact, the Odds are Even that when you read this book you will think of it in Thunderous SIlence. In conclusion, my results are inconclusive.


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The idea for this book came to me several years ago when I first heard George Carlin do his now famous routine about the contradictions we see in everyday life (oxymorons). Things like Jumbo Shrimp, Semi-Boneles, and Military Intelligence. His ideas intrigued me so much that I began collecting lists of them. Several years and several hundered oxymorons later, I met John Ac The idea for this book came to me several years ago when I first heard George Carlin do his now famous routine about the contradictions we see in everyday life (oxymorons). Things like Jumbo Shrimp, Semi-Boneles, and Military Intelligence. His ideas intrigued me so much that I began collecting lists of them. Several years and several hundered oxymorons later, I met John Accusor. His ability to translate my ideas through his drawings made this book possible. Webster's Dictioanry defines an oxymoron as " A smart saying which first appears foolish. A figure of speech in which opposite or contradictory terms are combined." **This is my view of what the Four Corners of the Globe would be like if we paid attention to the Random Logic and Half Baked ideas we use in everyday life. As a matter of fact, the Odds are Even that when you read this book you will think of it in Thunderous SIlence. In conclusion, my results are inconclusive.

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    Dr Simon J Porter

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