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Ok so I had this thought which is causing me distress now.

If I died and had my organs donated, and I came back to life; am I legally entitled to have my organs back?

You'd think they have a policy for this but they don't ...

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Back to ye olde ways
« on: August 08, 2010, 01:48:50 am »
Ho shit, so recently I've been indulging in something I quit for a few years: Games.... its sorta like a fat kid going back to the sugar after dieting for so long.

But far out, is there anything worth getting into?

I bought Divinity II on x-box, apart from making me feel sick; it's fun turning into a Dragon and killing everything (when they let you -.-)

Though yeah, anyone have any recommendations?

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Dok! Its leaking...
« on: June 17, 2010, 10:51:59 pm »
Dear Dok,

I think something is leaking from Tuscon ...

The Aus Surfers are a minority of the issue, regardless I agree something should be done about them :lol:
We have such a strong diversity with our cultures, that it's all starting to fall apart.

You can't have too many strong personalities in the same room, if they don't work together - then they are against each other, neutrals don't seem to exist. Some of the cultures carry down their Ancestors prejudices, they just hate without knowing why.

Maybe its like this everywhere, it seems like for each suburb, theres a culture claiming it as their own land; while some are harmless and friendly, there are some where you can't even look at them without being called a Racist. Of course, you'd be a fool to venture into those lands in the first place. But, it seems this Racist epidemic is wide spread ... too many cultures want it done their way.

Actually, recently there is alot of talk about Racism - its true, Australians are racist... though theres a big crackdown on them. I admit I am racist, I wouldn't date an Asian :lol: So that makes me racist. Oh! A quick tidbit - There is a policy in arguement that if you swear on Sydney Streets, you can get fined right on the spot. Anyway thats a bit of a tangent, but damn thats just a bit ridicolous. Its sad that these things need to be talked about in the first place.

Anyhow,
I'm glad I look like me, I get confused for alot of different ethnicities so maybe that has kept me safe ... but my friends have had experiences of their own, and heard stories from those they know.

It seems to be starting out in the western Area of NSW, my Asian friend was attacked by a group of Australian Natives for 'walking on their land' which happened to be near the train-station. He didn't do anything wrong, I know him - he's a close friend of mine ... very gentle person.

If you move up to the Bankstown Area, the Lebanese ran rampant there (and my god they are adorable! They have the doof-doof cars and whatever the hell they do); they seem friendly, but with good reason you have to watch what you say, my sister dated one - she ended being beaten up (She kept it well hidden from us), lost 3 years of her life and her sanity. She has her head back on her shoulders now atleast.

Of course, there are bad apples everywhere which wreck it for the rest, I have many friends with many different cultures, I'm beggining to see past the idea of labeling people as the Culture they associate with and just call them Australian ... maybe its the Australians that have it wrong, with this obsession at self-preservation, the bronzed-Australian is long-gone.

If people don't want to be called Australians, and they are living in Australia - something is being done wrong!

I'm glad that we don't have the freedom of guns like the Americans, I'd be really scared if that was the case, if a citizen is spotted with a gun - they will send in the snipers and a lot of officers ...

Of course it's not as bad as it sounds ... I'm pretty happy here, I think its almost the same everywhere else... give or take based on circumstances of course.

Anyhow, I think I lost myself a bit ... What is it like around the world?

ps - Aren't weddings just...boring? I hope the women weren't too painful, but I don't think I'll understand any of that anytime soon.

Stay Safe Dok!

NP

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I completely forgot about it :( Is it still funny with the crazy Europeans? Any highlights? Or has it lost its charm?

For some reason I can't visit the website, all I see is a <3 for the Icon but nothing loads ... should I be concerned of the Russians? (lol 2009)

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High Weirdness / Jiminy Jellikins! 2 year old heavy smoker
« on: May 26, 2010, 09:59:59 pm »
http://www.news.com.au/two-year-old-worlds-youngest-smoker/story-0-1225740954765

Oh for christ sake!

The dad gave him a puff of smoke at the age of 18 months, now he smokes 40 cigarettes a day at the age of 2. He's over weight, and yeah .. all the expected problems! The poor kid!

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Now he's a pack-a-day man. Pack-a-day toddler. And he won't give up, screaming and throwing himself on the floor if he's refused a durry.

Fucks sake, who gave the father (Who I will refer to as douche from now on) the permission to reproduce! The douche won't stop the kid from smoking.

Ah, I'm probably being a bit harsh with the douche, it is common knowledge out here that smoking = bad, but is it the same in China? Do they push anti-smoking caimpaigns?

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Techmology and Scientism / Life in a Black Hole
« on: May 25, 2010, 11:07:19 pm »
Hey all, came across an interesting theory

http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2010/04/does-our-universe-exist-in-a-black-hole-other-cosmic-queries.html

Well no-one can agree on much, but if our universe exists in a black hole, would this affect the big-bang theory in a way? Instead of there being nothing to begin with - there was an already existing universe.. maybe a black hole and the death-star collided and we're the result.

I don't know, anyhow thought it was an interesting find

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GASM Command / LikeGASM
« on: March 31, 2010, 01:17:25 am »
Well I thought it would be a fun thing to do, its like a facebook imitation - but for real life!

Get sticky notes and write "[Name] likes this", and sticky those notes where ever you can.

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Techmology and Scientism / Windows 7 - Need Help (USB)
« on: March 28, 2010, 09:19:48 am »
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Ok so I bought my shiny new laptop, and I bought a Ritmo 2.5 HDD Enclosure to get the files from my old (dead and organ harvested) machine ...

But the Ritmo won't work on this damn machine! I plug it in and it is unrecgonised, though however when I plug it into the barely-functional XP desktop we have laying around it works almost fine (albiet the computer keeps freezing) - so I am sluggishly transfering Adobe CS4 over Wireless (and that is failing miserably) - it is not a driver issue, the device is sometimes recongised; but I can't browse it for some reason (when on the windows 7 machine)

Anyhow, anyone experienced in getting Devices to work fluently on a damn Windows 7 Home Edition. Microsoft realeased something to work with XP supported devices, but that is only for Professional and above Editions.

Fucking dickheads....

Any tools out there?

Oh if you need to know the model

It is an ACER Aspire 5740 using Intel Core i3

... I probably shoulda spent an extra $100 and got the Core 2 duo  :lulz: oh well shit happens

*edit* http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/11060/create-an-xp-mode-for-windows7-home-versions-and-vista/ I found this artcile so I shall follow it 

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RPG Ghetto / Level 23 Archer
« on: March 24, 2010, 02:40:52 am »
I KILL U ALL IN A SHOWER OF ARROWS WITH MY +4 BOW OF ELVENDOR AND PLUNDER YOUR INVENTORY

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GASM Command / Resume-GASM
« on: March 17, 2010, 11:25:36 am »
Hey all, I think the creative process for this one might be something to mess with

Just an idea I've been toying with -

Handing out fake-resumes.. theres nothing wrong with that right?

Anyhow, I was thinking perhaps to write up resumes and hand them out, I was thinking either pick a case study and write on a Resume from them, like maybe Aleister Crowley or Jimmy Bartel...

Well I'm not sure really, but I think handing out fake resumes with discordian-esque themes could be fun.

I'll write more tommorow, not sure I'm making much sense at all (IF I usually do?)

Idea came to me like brilliant surge, so had to put it up before I forget  :lulz:

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / The PC Translator
« on: March 08, 2010, 10:19:24 am »
POLITICALLY CORRECT-ness


Well I think something like this could pick up, anyhow I was thinking if it would be a good idea to create a PC translator, for those who want to translate sentences into its PC equivalent. As fucking stupid as it sounds, I think it can have some funny results.

Think this is something worth going ahead with?

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Discordian Recipes / ITT : WE MAKE TOAST AUSSIE STYLE
« on: March 06, 2010, 11:20:28 am »
OK SPAGS, YOU GUYS ARE MY ONLY ENTERTAINMENT SOURCE FOR TONIGHT!

ANYWAY I AM THE MASTER AT MAKING TOAST.


Ingredients

1x Toast
1x Toaster
1x Mum (Mom for American equivalent)


1) Get Bread


2) GET APPROX 2 BREADSLICE NO MORE NO LESS (IGNORE MOLD ITS SAFE EAT IT)


3) STARE AT TOASTER. TRY MAKE IT LOOK LIKE YOUR STRUGGLING


4) GENTLY EASE YOUR WAY INTO SLOT. IF JAMMED, REINSERT AGAIN GENTLY OTHERWISE MUM WILL GET MAD


5) CHECK PD FORUMS



6) GET WARNING FROM ANGRY MUM THAT YOUR TOAST IS BURNING
   TOAST BURNING!!!
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7) FAIL MISREABLY THEN BIN IT.


8) GET MUM TO MAKE YOU PROPER FOOD ! Or make cereal or take out! CAUSE WTF IS TOAST SERIOUSLY?

ENJOY!

Remember the more you struggle, the better food you get!

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Has anyone played this game? If your into murder mysteries it might be a fun series to get into.

http://www.fullyramblomatic.com/5days/

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Get in, get the loot, get out... that's how it usually goes for master cat burglar Trilby. But after he breaks into the supposedly vacated country manor erstwhile of the aristocratic DeFoe family, he quickly finds that things are not that simple. Together with a group of strangers, he finds himself imprisoned by some invisible intelligence. A force prepared to do anything to keep them there. Up to and including murder...

As the killings begin and suspicion threatens to tear the group apart, it's up to Trilby to unite his squabbling companions and destroy the supernatural entity that victimises them. But what exactly is it? What is the dark secret attached to DeFoe Manor? And what is the significance of the masked maniac who haunts their dreams?

I haven't played these for awhile so my memory of them has faded. So my explanation of them utterly sucks.

I just remembered that I had a nightmare about some skeleton in the bathtub after playing it.

The second one 7 days a skeptic jumps 400 years into the future and is on a Space station ... That was freaking epic! I only remember a few things from here and there, like a scene where your strapped to a medical and you get out of it by stabbing the doctor with a scapel... You could read the wiki http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chzo_Mythos but I guess that will spoil it.

I dont think I got around to playing #3 or #4

#3 - Trilby's Notes, goes back to you being Trilby and continues on after the events of 5 days a Stranger. Something about one of the surviving characters from #1 being mysteriously killed. I have to get around to playing this one (It was nominated for 9 AGS awards and won 4)

#4 - 6 Days a Sacrifice. Definantly haven't played this one, but from reading it - its based around 100 years in the future and is focused around the Cult 'Optimology' (A dig on Scientology)

So if your into Murder-Mysteries, give it a shot! Oh there seems to be super natural themes here and there I forgot about that one.


(Also has anyone played those Seirra games? Like "So you want to be a Hero" ?)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quest_for_Glory:_So_You_Want_to_Be_a_Hero

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Techmology and Scientism / The Girl who never Grew
« on: February 09, 2010, 08:12:42 am »
Hey, well I guess this was to be expected :)

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Turns out, “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” might not have had the most ridiculous plot ever. One 16-year-old girl, who will be the focus of a TLC documentary airing in August, hasn’t aged since toddlerhood. She has three sisters ages 22, 19 and 13 who all grew up perfectly normal. But Brooke Greenberg is literally a fountain of youth—she’s 16, but still a baby. She’s survived numerous medical mishaps including stomach ulcers, a brain seizure, a stroke, and a brain tumor that caused her to sleep for 14 days before waking up, just fine. When she was younger, her parents gave her growth hormone therapy for six months, to no avail––Brooke didn’t gain a ounce or grow an inch. She can’t talk and still has her baby teeth. Doctor’s aren’t at all sure why Brooke hasn’t aged. While this kind of freaks me out, medical experts believe that her DNA could unlock the key to aging. I just can’t believe it took 16 years before the entire world heard about her story.

http://www.thefrisky.com/post/246-girl-who-never-grew/

I missed the news report of it came home too late :( But has anyone seen anything about this?

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Or Kill Me / The Dreaming Sheep
« on: February 01, 2010, 09:55:23 pm »
The screaming, it just doesn't stop ... It's the same everywhere. Isn't it?

Things are definitely not the same. In the past, the life of a sheep was determined almost immediately based on what flock they were born in - if they were to live a life of growing wool, being meat, shoe shining or living it up in with the Rams. And occasional you'd have the sheep who had a dream, sometimes they chose to struggle and fight for it - rarely exceeding, but leaving a mark all the same.

But now ... in the age of the Dreaming Sheep, where anything is possible with an education, and the will to-do. Is there some inherit memory from our ancestry? What if the sheep doesn't know how to dream and needs their life to be dictated to them by a Shephard? I'm starting to believe some sheep's just weren't made to think for themselves. When given the choice, the Dreamer will shine, but not everyone is a dreamer! It just seems like the sheep doesn't know what was fought for anymore.

The ones who don't know how to dream, they just want to be told what to do ... Sometimes it gets too much, they'll freeze. They will just keep bawing and bawing, hoping that the others in the flock will swarm and direct them over to the other paddock, or that the Shephard will then push them in the path the Shepard wants - but life isn't dictated anymore!

Some sheep that are meant to be apart of a flock - just don't have a Shephard. Without a Shephard, they feel lost in life ... resorting to self-harm or things alike - just its easy. And with that, they will close themselves from the reality of the world, waiting for someone else to come along and make it better... "Why didn't you stop me?", "Where is everyone?", "Do you care about me?"

But I don't know, maybe the Sheep who doesn't dream is really just lazy, but what is the true nature of it all?
I know in myself .. I do not take well when someone else tries to direct me.

It's like the Queen Ant gives birth to warriors or workers, a worker just can't be a warrior and vice versa.

It's the same everywhere. Isn't it?

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