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Or Kill Me / Re: All the world will die today
« on: August 26, 2008, 06:14:10 pm »
Sepia, you or someone else needs to compile everything you've written into a full book of your ridiculous awesomeness and have it published.

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Or Kill Me / Re: Five Blind Men and an Elephant
« on: August 19, 2008, 04:36:22 am »
I too am curious as to what makes Net a homophobe. I must've missed that controversy.

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Richard Nixon Presents: Alaska / Re: The Rev. Loveshade FAN CLUB Thread!
« on: August 15, 2008, 07:22:17 am »
Gems from his lovingly crafted wiki jack off session:

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editor and chief writer of one of the most important of the new generation of Discordian/Personist works, Ek-sen-trik-kuh Discordia: The Tales of Shamlicht. This book is a rarity as it's the subject of several commentaries, including one by United States Senate candidate Al Barger [1], and is highly controversial even though it hasn't been yet been published.

So important and controversial, I have yet to see it discussed anywhere outside of Discordian internet communities. And very rarely among even them.

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At age 12, Bruce found his first love in a 15-year-old church choir member he nicknamed Malch. He volunteered as a janitor to clean up after practice so he could be near her. He also amused her with his antics, including sneaking up behind the choir director during a rehearsal and pretending to direct with a toilet plunger. One day at her home, she gave him his first French kiss.

But she refused to listen to him after he ceremoniously handed her a roll of toilet paper on which he had written "An Ode to M's Commode." She was convinced he had spied on her while she was sitting on the toilet, and refused to believe his denials.

tl,dr: "THROUGH THE GLORIOUS POWER OF WIKI, THE WORLD SHALL KNOW MY TRITE LIFE STORY! THEY SHALL BOW TO HOW COMICALLY ZANY I WAS AS A CHILD!"

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He became withdrawn. He challenged his teachers and grandparents, and when asked to quote Bible verses, would recite ones that were violently or sexually explicit. He was perhaps the only student in a Christian school who was forbidden by a teacher to read from the Bible.

br00tal dude. You were totally hXc as a kid.

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As of mid 2008, the book, some of which has been posted online, is apparently nearly completed, and the group will soon be looking for a publisher. It includes articles on animal and human sex, humorous and explicit illustrations, ek-sen-trik discordian holy days, essays, humorous stories, rants, poetry, and even the Smagmoid Kids Club. It promotes Personism, the concept that each person should be accepted and respected as individual, and also contains references to the group's activities, including some veiled clues about the members and information on the original Ek-sen-triks and Discordians.

I'll come for the essays and humorous stories, but I'll stay for the animal sex and explicit illustrations. Sign me up for a preorder.

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Or Kill Me / Re: Five Blind Men and an Elephant
« on: August 13, 2008, 05:33:11 am »
You know when someone makes an ass out of themselves by trying way too hard to "fit in"? You're doing that, and it's been happening again and again. Everybody notices.

You know what makes it even more pathetic? When it's done by someone who's clearly too god damn old for that and it's been going on for AT LEAST 13 years. That story was first published in 1995, and you've managed to look back at it 13 years later and still go "it would be a good idea to show this to the world." You're quite the little bundle of change and growth, aren't you?

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Bring and Brag / Re: I am whoring the hell out of this mix
« on: August 10, 2008, 11:47:40 pm »
Here's a new one of hipsterlicious electro house with a hint of baltimore club and breaks. Hope you all like it!

Download/Stream @ Zshare

Tracklist:

1. Dynamix II - Pledge Your Allegiance to Electro Funk (a capella)
2. Larry Tee - I Love You (Killer On the Dance Floor Baile Remix)
3. Hostage - Sorry
4. Justice - Stress (B-More Remix)
5. Fukkk Offf - Rave Is King
6. Meterhead - Get Down
7. Acid Jacks - Brainss! II
8. DJ Kue - Don't Get High (Breakdown Remix)
9. Dan Sena - Just Too Hott
10. T.E.D.D. - Lady Riding (Modjo)
11. Walter Meego - Through A Keyhole (Le Castle Vania Remix)
12. Venom & Damage - Love In the Club (Frenzy Mix)
13. The Breakfastaz - Girls, Money, Drink, & Drugs (Instrumental)
14. Body Snatchers - Freaky Ho
15. Daniel Nexter & Nahn Solo - Bounce Is Back (Malente Remix)
16. Karoshi Bros - Love the World (Magik Johnson Vox Remix)
17. Noisia - Groundhog
18. DJ Kue - The Way (DJ Dan Remix)

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Richard Nixon Presents: Alaska / Re: ITT: You find LSD
« on: August 05, 2008, 11:27:16 pm »
You can get high on nutmeg too.  But not by snorting it. 

Is that a rumor or have you tried it?  OUCH!

No, in my position I hear about all of the latest fads and tricks.  (Jenkem anyone?)

It's also in the Anarchist Cookbook.  But from what I've heard if you make a tea out of it, from its pure form, it has some hallucinogenic properties.  But no, I've not tried it. 

Nothing in the Anarchist cookbook is ever worth listening to, ever.

This is very correct. Nutmeg, while a psychoactive drug, will send you on a 3 day deleriant trip that very few people come back from feeling good about what they just did with themselves. I only attempted it once, and ended up with a threshold "whoah" sort of feeling and my short term memory was severely messed with. And the anarchist cookbook also spouts bullshit like saying banana peels contains some crazy psychedelic called "bananadine".

As far as "tripping balls off of plants you totally wouldn't have thought were psychedelic" goes, I've had some success with coleus blumei (yes, the plant in lots of backyards). Make a quid with some leaves and chew like crazy, holding in the juices as long as you can stand, and you get a mild, dreamy trip. The Mazatec, the people who started using s. divinorum for tripping, used it a bit. The only problem with it is that there's a shitload of very similar looking varieties of coleus, they're crossbred a lot with each other (as all ornamental plants are), and there's only one that will do anything psychoactive. 

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Or Kill Me / Re: Knowing we are Free
« on: August 05, 2008, 10:59:14 pm »
Dear Loveshade

You are not, and never will be, funny.

Kill yourself.

Thanks in Advance,
RBoG

You mean you thought that was supposed to be funny?

Oh wow, that's a pretty nifty little social experiment there.

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Or Kill Me / Re: Knowing we are Free
« on: August 04, 2008, 02:21:17 am »
As to the discussion here, careful, people.  If you have too many thoughtful, intelligent discussions like this (or at least most of this, which I loved reading, by the way), other people might get the idea you're more than just a single-minded group of hateful, loud nasty flamers.

You know Rev, you really come across like an insightful dude. We really don't take enough time around here to give you the credit you deserve.

So....oh, wow, I'm sorry if I'm a little awkward in asking this. I don't want to be too forward, but...

can I watch you, umm, well... jack off some time?

I mean, I'm totally cool with it if you don't want to, cuz it's kinda queer, but I really feel like it would be a real bonding experience. Really, I just can't get enough of seeing you bring yourself pleasure. It's a thing of beauty, and seeing someone of such intelligence and grace is truly it's own reward.



(and I'd feel like a douche if I didn't point out the obvious sarcasm there, lest you get the wrong idea. I wouldn't want to add to the "perving on 16 year old girls" whatnot without giving you a fair warning.)

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Richard Nixon Presents: Alaska / Re: ITT: Best Posts of the Day
« on: August 02, 2008, 10:42:48 pm »
Hm. I just realized that I had always assumed you were a girl too. You're obviously infected with teh ghey.

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Or Kill Me / Re: Civility vs Decency
« on: July 31, 2008, 04:09:56 am »
As is so often the case with your writings, I love it. :mittens:

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Unofficial What are you Reading Thread?
« on: July 24, 2008, 06:07:43 pm »
Right, but I guess what my point is, is that the self-loathing and overwhelming desire to change our bodies seems to go hand in hand with the culture of vanity in which external appearances are valued above internal humanity. You are free to disagree, but I myself have had the thought that I "should" get a nose job or a tummy tuck, and having that thought led me to hatred... literal hatred and disgust... at the saggy belly and big nose biology has given me.

But does that make the loathing and disgust natural and inherent? I personally don't think so.

Tummy tuck/nosejob = purely cosmetic alteration of something which isn't very significant.

SRS = alteration of something our culture, since the very beginning, sees as THE symbol of one's gender identity. It's a little more fulfilling than getting a different nose or belly.

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Unofficial What are you Reading Thread?
« on: July 24, 2008, 05:59:26 pm »
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I have read that a lot of transmen (am I using this correctly?) have the top done but never actually finish the bottom.  i wonder if that is because phalloplasty seems like a nasty business or for other reasons.  Only transman i have know didn't finish bottom.

It's also expensive as hell and there's a somewhat high possibility of things going wrong (like, "omg i can't pee or feel anything" wrong).

I understand all of the arguments for GRS in modern Western society, but transgendered people have existed for the entirety of human existence, and in cultures which accepted trans people as a third or fourth gender, there are no such reports of disgust with one's natural body, and to me that speaks volumes.

From my perspective, and I don't want to get all woo-woo on you here but it's not an uncommon view from people raised in native American religions, it's sad and a waste when people feel they have to destroy such a rare gift by changing their outside bodies.

I say this despite knowing many trans people and supporting their decision to choose surgery in order to make them happy in the here and now... I just feel that requiring surgery for this happiness is something that our society has coerced.

The thing is, most trans people aren't a third gender. Androgynous/neutrois people are quite happy with that state of being, which is why they don't tend towards bottom surgery (though I know one neutrois person who recently had surgery to turn their penis into a blank spot with a place to pee + a clit, which they were pretty happy with.) Transsexuals, however, just want to be seen as a man or a woman. While you're right in that there definitely is something of a gift in being able to experience aspects of both sexes/genders, it's not a gift to have the wrong set of genitals, nor is it a gift to be viewed as something you're not. Adding a bit of personal perspective here: I don't want to be seen as a part of some "third gender." I'm a girl. I'm not feminine/female in every respect, and I'm comfortable with bending genders, but I'm still a pretty normal, everyday girl. Being treated like some special, mythical door number 3 isn't going to make me happy, but will just encourage me feeling singled out and marginalized as either an object of pity or scorn.

And most therapy related to gender identity issues these days aims to make people happy and comfortable with their own bodies before they try to change anything. In fact, the medical "gatekeepers" tend to view anxiety/depression resulting from gender dysphoria as a sign of mental illness and enough reason to delay/prevent treatment. Generally if things work out right, SRS isn't being done "to make them happy" so much as it's just a way to make it easier to get comfortable in their own body.

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Unofficial What are you Reading Thread?
« on: July 24, 2008, 07:42:03 am »
Sexual Reassignment Surgery isn't a symptom of society viewing being trans as a disorder. Srsly. A lot of transgirls (and transmen, even though they're pretty fucked when it comes to getting a penis*) really can't stand their given genitalia, and it's not because they're trying to conform to some constrictive gender role. And there's lots of transwomen who really aren't too emphatic about getting a fancy new vagina, but would like to anyways, just because it's more fulfilling than having an annoying reminder of your chromosomes swinging in between your legs. There's even some trans people trying to make it seem more "normal" by just saying that being trans is a birth defect, and nothing more, so it and attempts to transition should be treated like any other birth defect and attempts to correct it. (But I'm all for delivering a big "fuck you" to the "let's all try to be really normal" community.)


*phalloplasty, the surgery that gives transmen dicks, is still a not so great alternative to having a vagina, which is why there's more non op FtMs than MtFs. While vaginoplasty can create very natural looking genitalia, phalloplasty tends towards some really weird looking pen0rz.

Fake edit: RBG's post reminded me that I completely forgot about top surgery, but then I remembered that essentially the same argument applies, except transwomen grow them naturally with hormones and transmen need a mastectomy.

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Bring and Brag / Re: Look at me! I can rip off Boards of Canada!
« on: July 24, 2008, 01:50:11 am »
OFUK! That is w1n. Can I POEEcast it? :D

 :mrgreen: Yeah, sure! Thanks!

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Unofficial What are you Reading Thread?
« on: July 24, 2008, 01:47:11 am »
I have pretty much stopped reading entirely. I love books, but my ability to maintain a narrative has disappeared (admittedly, it's been in a steady decline since I was 12). Last thing I read was Whipping Girl by Julia Serano, which is a very intelligent examination of transsexuality, feminism, and a bit of the author's life. I recommend it to pretty much everyone (mostly because the more people that are understanding and accepting of transsexuality, the better.)

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