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Tolerating LeftBrain Dominance
A healthy distance for tolerating LeftBrain dominance is to recognize our global incarnation into RightWing intolerant prominence as dogma of a strictly white hetero-male privileged unkind. A distance between silent impatience and loud dissent is the distance between nonverbal nonviolence and irritatingly verbal communication. A tolerable distinction between quieter dissonance and boisterous intolerance is a distance between non-violent and full LeftBrain dominantly overtaking and/or sado-masochistic bipolarity and/or socio-pathology and/or undemocratic kleptocratic Win/Lose capitalistic intention in a LeftBrain alpha dog eats and beats RightBrain beta feminist...dog world on any over-heated...itchy day he chooses inhumanely sick ZeroSum one-sided pleasure. So sorry. This started out as a quietly sedate communication and ended in a most unfortunately aggressive sound of furious way.
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