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Re: Why I Am an Anti-archist
« Reply #15 on: June 03, 2014, 07:08:41 am »
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Re: Why I Am an Anti-archist
« Reply #16 on: June 03, 2014, 12:06:40 pm »
My main problem with this jackass is that he's boring.  That's nigh unforgivable. 
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Re: Why I Am an Anti-archist
« Reply #17 on: June 03, 2014, 02:14:29 pm »
I am going to guess that the self-declared prophet Stu Holbrook (who borrowed his name from an esteemed Oregon journalist) has a limited knowledge of the prophets who have preceded him... or maybe doesn't give a fuck, because they ain't about his shit.

I'm gonna say that I was the same way, back when I got started on this board in 2002/2003. 

But the people here at the time I started WERE easily impressed (except Vince).  When Cain and others joined shortly afterward, I wasn't allowed to be so lazy anymore.
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Re: Why I Am an Anti-archist
« Reply #18 on: June 03, 2014, 05:21:23 pm »
Thank-you all for reading my article, your feedback has been duly noted.
Keen insight, it is indeed true the article has no point. Just as a point is a location in space, without space there can be no point. This article was intended to create space - others have made points. Point one, not everyone agrees that we live in an increasingly Orwellian hellscape, that the quality of life for most people is deteriorating - okay. Point two the experiences in my life, hanging around with Leftists, for example, can be deemed "the problem"- thanks for that tidbit. Point three, quite a robust use of the quote function. Also, Rev. Stupid has a ring to it, a kindergarten ring but a ring none the less. (I may someday find the need to hide behind a pseudonym, if so, I will pick up the moniker. It is more accessible than Stucifer.)
Context may help Discordians get the non-existent point. The piece was originally a sermon delivered in my church. (Perhaps read it out loud with feeling.) Afterwards we discussed emergent religion and the nature of the Left. Think Monty Python's Life of Brian.- The People's front of Judea not the Judean People's Front - Follow the shoe, no follow the gourd.
The second use of Bring It was in print, with other self-serving pontification (propaganda) and dark humor, it was distributed on Mayday to members of various cliques.
 
 
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Re: Why I Am an Anti-archist
« Reply #19 on: June 03, 2014, 05:24:50 pm »
Thank-you all for reading my article, you're feedback has been duly noted.

Somewhere, the Queen of England is crying big sloppy tears into her purse.

Keen insight, it is indeed true the article has no point. Just as a point is a location in space, without space there can be no point. This article was intended to create space - others have made points.

You wouldn't happen to be Yoko Ono posting incognito, would you?

Point one, not everyone agrees that we live in an increasingly Orwellian hellscape, that the quality of life for most people is deteriorating - okay. Point two the experiences in my life, hanging around with Leftists, for example, can be deemed "the problem"- thanks for that tidbit. Point three, quite a robust use of the quote function. Also, Rev. Stupid has a ring to it, a kindergarten ring but a ring none the less. (I may someday find the need to hide behind a pseudonym, if so, I will pick up the moniker. It is more accessible than Stucifer.)
Context may help Discordians get the non-existent point. The piece was originally a sermon delivered in my church. (Perhaps read it out loud with feeling.) Afterwards we discussed emergent religion and the nature of the Left. Think Monty Python's Life of Brian.- The People's front of Judea not the Judean People's Front - Follow the shoe, no follow the gourd.
The second use of Bring It was in print, with other self-serving pontification (propaganda) and dark humor, it was distributed on Mayday to members of various cliques.

Reading something loudly, with feeling, that doesn't actually SAY anything does indeed have precedent (cf: President George W Bush).

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Re: Why I Am an Anti-archist
« Reply #20 on: June 03, 2014, 05:31:41 pm »
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Re: Why I Am an Anti-archist
« Reply #21 on: June 03, 2014, 05:36:35 pm »
The most pineal guy in the room.

I don't think we're being quite fair.  He seems to have some misguided ideas as to what we're all about.

Though I am more than likely to be horribly disappointed with how all of this will go, I should probably say the following:

Rev Stu, would you like to know why things aren't going well?
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Re: Why I Am an Anti-archist
« Reply #22 on: June 03, 2014, 06:23:26 pm »
Good Reverend Roger- my initial response was - do we have enough time and energy to adequately address "what is not going well?" however my next response was that "going well" vs. "not going well" is a perception and a manifestation of an individual's relationship to reality.
I am now reminded of Ken Kesey, to paraphrase, we are working on a lot of levels here.
I accept Carl Jung's view that for humans to be sane balanced and productive they need exhibit three realms: the physical, body; the mental, consciousness and the spiritual, soul. These need be integrated, reified and ritually purified for the individual to reach their potential and to empower their soul.
Ultimately - hell yes I want you to tell me why things aren't going well!!!
(You're opinion matters, your wise.)  :roll:
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Re: Why I Am an Anti-archist
« Reply #23 on: June 03, 2014, 06:28:55 pm »
The most pineal guy in the room.

For you, dumbass. He was asking if you wanted to know why you're being treated in the same way people treat their shoe after stepping in something. You either didn't understand that or chose to misinterpret him. Both of these have similar results in which you appear to be a blithering cretin so your intention is somewhat moot.
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Re: Why I Am an Anti-archist
« Reply #24 on: June 03, 2014, 07:45:31 pm »

I accept Carl Jung's view that for humans to be sane balanced and productive they need exhibit three realms: the physical, body; the mental, consciousness and the spiritual, soul.
I count six realms. You and Jung are liars.

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Re: Why I Am an Anti-archist
« Reply #25 on: June 03, 2014, 09:49:50 pm »
Junkenstein -My reception here has been as anticipated, I am not a stranger to this site.  :fnord:
Uncle Al wrote, "All words are lies." - the map is not the terrain. I prefer to lie like Carl Jung than lie like a rug.  :)
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Re: Why I Am an Anti-archist
« Reply #26 on: June 03, 2014, 10:19:41 pm »
I give up. Enjoy being zany in a world full of people who just don't get you.
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Re: Why I Am an Anti-archist
« Reply #27 on: June 03, 2014, 10:30:56 pm »
I don't suppose you're a member of the Cacophony Society, or perhaps involved in the local Burner community, are you? Have I seen you at Woozday? Friend of Rich Mackin? Something is ringing a bell, though it could just be you being pretentious in my neighborhood.
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Re: Why I Am an Anti-archist
« Reply #28 on: June 03, 2014, 10:57:41 pm »

(You're opinion matters, your wise.)  :roll:

Never mind.

I tried.
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Re: Why I Am an Anti-archist
« Reply #29 on: June 03, 2014, 11:00:36 pm »
Junkenstein, Don't give up now we have our feet in Mundania, the fun shit starts when we discuss theology.  :argh!: Perhaps you are psychic and know what I am thinking, fnord clique o' the cranky  fnord clique o' the cranky  fnord clique o' the cranky  fnord clique o' the cranky  fnord clique o' the cranky.
All Father Nigel, with over 569,000 comments on line - you likely spend too much time in your virtual neighborhood to know what is going on in your actual neighborhood. (Newbies - See thread re: Why I Am Not an Anarchist to discover what the fuck we are talking about here.) (4Q AFN I am not a genius or a racist and the ringing in your ears does not concern me )
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