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Re: Your version of Disordia is as perfectly valid as mine.
« Reply #30 on: November 06, 2010, 04:33:26 am »
I think you need to man up and form a Discordian doctrine.  It could be based on the soul-crushing look in your eyes, or something.

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Re: Your version of Disordia is as perfectly valid as mine.
« Reply #31 on: November 06, 2010, 04:38:08 am »
I think you need to man up and form a Discordian doctrine.  It could be based on the soul-crushing look in your eyes, or something.

have you ever looked deeply into your own eyes?
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Re: Your version of Disordia is as perfectly valid as mine.
« Reply #32 on: November 06, 2010, 04:48:02 am »
I did and it changed my life.


CAN'T.....





STOP.....




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Re: Your version of Disordia is as perfectly valid as mine.
« Reply #33 on: November 06, 2010, 05:04:05 am »
I did and it changed my life.


CAN'T.....





STOP.....




FAPPING!
You should stop that, you could go blind that way, or at the very least set yourself on fire.
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Re: Your version of Disordia is as perfectly valid as mine.
« Reply #34 on: November 06, 2010, 05:12:48 am »
I think you need to man up and form a Discordian doctrine.  It could be based on the soul-crushing look in your eyes, or something.

have you ever looked deeply into your own eyes?

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Re: Your version of Disordia is as perfectly valid as mine.
« Reply #35 on: November 06, 2010, 05:16:44 am »
I think you need to man up and form a Discordian doctrine.  It could be based on the soul-crushing look in your eyes, or something.

have you ever looked deeply into your own eyes?

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Re: Your version of Disordia is as perfectly valid as mine.
« Reply #36 on: November 06, 2010, 05:21:03 am »
What you need is your own DOOMTM to threaten people with.  

Mutually Assured Doom.  

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Re: Your version of Disordia is as perfectly valid as mine.
« Reply #37 on: November 06, 2010, 05:23:43 am »
My belief system has nothing to do with Cyrillic.

I don't believe in Cyrillic.  It's just something the Russians made up so they could laugh at other people when they try to actually read it.

Not actually that difficult until you run into tvyordiy znak.

That sounds like some kind of Calvin and Hobbes monster deity.

It means "hard letter" even though it's not really a letter but a guide to where you separate the syllables in consonant combinations. It looks like this: ъ

Edit- just realized that the only word I remember it being in only has one consonant in that spot (word for horse).
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Re: Your version of Disordia is as perfectly valid as mine.
« Reply #38 on: November 06, 2010, 05:24:24 am »
What you need is your own DOOMTM to threaten people with.  

Mutually Assured Doom.  

One does not simply threaten a mythic being with a DOOMTM. And now I know what to name my messer that has been un-named for close to 5 years.
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Re: Your version of Disordia is as perfectly valid as mine.
« Reply #39 on: November 06, 2010, 05:26:08 am »
What you need is your own DOOMTM to threaten people with.  

Mutually Assured Doom.  

One does not simply threaten a mythic being with a DOOMTM. And now I know what to name my messer that has been un-named for close to 5 years.

I think you mean one shouldn't threaten a mythic being with a DOOMTM. :lulz:

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Re: Your version of Disordia is as perfectly valid as mine.
« Reply #40 on: November 07, 2010, 12:09:21 am »
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But I'm not a Discorwhatsits, how can my version be just as valid?

oh you'd like to think eh?  :lol:

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Re: Your version of Disordia is as perfectly valid as mine.
« Reply #41 on: November 07, 2010, 12:29:01 am »

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Everyone's Discordia is equally invalid.

Just like everyone's art is equally not art.

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Re: Your version of Disordia is as perfectly valid as mine.
« Reply #42 on: November 07, 2010, 03:52:50 am »
Nobody owns the word, so there's no way to say what is or is not Discordianism. In that I agree with everyone else ITT.
However, some versions of Discordianism, while perfectly legitimate in their claim to the name, are dumb.

In case you're serious, here is a brief description of what I believe to be worthwhile. Muumuus not included.

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Culture-jamming is fun, and mindfucking others ultimately encourages you to mindfuck yourself. Anyone can break shit down, though; one then has an opportunity to build something new.

I believe in structuring experience rather than accepting at face value what is foisted on you by the world, because the world is fucked up chaos.
There is an interesting take on that described in this book, which is written as an exposition of William Blake. For Blake, there is no higher faculty than imagination, and art is the greatest of human endeavors. I am inclined to agree.
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Re: Your version of Disordia is as perfectly valid as mine.
« Reply #43 on: November 07, 2010, 04:23:05 am »


WHAT??
"a good fight justifies any cause"

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Re: Your version of Disordia is as perfectly valid as mine.
« Reply #44 on: November 07, 2010, 04:43:45 am »
No honest, I'm always up for a new program and / or perspective on shit. I'll give that bad boy a read. Google books seems to have that one bar the chapter entitled 'THE BURDEN OF THE VALLEY OF VISION ' for some reason ???

Culture-jamming was a new thing to me when I recently saw The Yes Men Save The World. If that was for reals. OMH. They have huge big brass bollocks. Also hey, its not a threadjack, its on topic totally.

Cool. I'll have to go back and see what that chapter is about. AFAIK Google Books excludes chapters from copyrighted material at random. Or maybe there's something about that one chapter.

Really, though, outside the epic poems it is relatively easy to understand what is going on in Blake by reading him directly. Both that book and Blake's corpus are more about the what and the why than the how.

While I've not (yet) experienced quite the same artistic visionary rapture of creation, I strongly identify with the basic project of making perception less dependent upon the world. I want to know how perception works--not on a neurological level, but an experiential level--and how it can be altered.

So many percepts are, like a Necker Cube, subject to will. The more ambiguity, the more this is so. I noticed there were two ways to experience the taste of a specific restaurant's taco meat--in one way of tasting it was mediocre, and in the other it was unbearably nauseating. By assuming/imagining you can bend all kinds of experiences into more desirable shapes.