Testamonial: And i have actually gone to a bar and had a bouncer try to start a fight with me on the way in. I broke his teeth out of his fucking mouth and put his face through a passenger side window of a car.
Guess thats what the Internet was build for, pussy motherfuckers taking shit in safety...
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And I go off, oh you bet I do. I recently went off on a buncha drunk PTA moms, and all they did was teehee and murmur "well, there you go, you got Jenne started again!" and so I stfu. *shrug* Let the bitches simmer in their own juices then.
What the fuck do I care, anyway?
it's a play-on-words on HIPAA Compliancy.
It basically is about hospitals and similar insititutions keeping sensitive, identifying records safe.
At Mangrove's advice,
I'm reading Chicken Qabalah
by Lon Milo Duquette
I'd tried to read up on Qabalah about a half dozen times prior to this. This is the first writer I've come across that's explained in a way which doesn't make me want to reach through the book and punch him in the vau.
ETA: right in the zain? right in the samekh? right in the ayin?
there's too many letters which might be a cock.
Im looking forward to reading some more posts tonight. I will be an active member of this forum or as long as I feel like it and if you look around I have said a few nice things that you are probably unaware of. Im not who you think I am. Everytme you try to negate me I will defend myself simply to spite you.
I wonder if a mental disorder has ever been ridiculed out of the DSM-4...
Well, I'm gonna FIND OUT!
Also, really, what Ratatosk said.
To do some parroting of my own, I read once something along the lines of, "Each enlightenment is only good one time, for the person who discovers it". In a way, I think that's really another way of phrasing "think for yourself, Schmuck". Either way, it really stuck with me, and I personally find it a great reminder that what seems profound and important to me may be meaningless for others, and that's ok.
Anyway, I think that if someone finds their own enlightenment in dissemination of information, that's great. On the other hand, if I find myself associated with a group who puts a lot of energy into spreading the word of Discordianism, I will probably not be comfortable with that, and will end the association.
After all, the only thing Seventh-Day Adventists are doing when they go door to door is "informing people of their options".
No they're not.
Thats bullshit and you know it.
Because anyone with half a brain knows Seventh Day Adventists exist. They know they're there, and that what they may not be sure of what they believe, that they can find out easily.
CLUEPHONE RINGING: most people have never even heard of Discordianism!
Shocking, I know. But since Discordians are so geographically disparate and so unknown, a campaign to let people know that Discordianism actually exists might actually draw the interest of people who want to know more.
OH MA LAWD! IS DAT SUM BRAINWASHING?
Your bullshit comparisons don't hold up, because you're comparing radical different groups and ideas. The average person does not know what a Discordian is, and does not know what they believe. In such a situation, letting people know Discordianism exists is nothing like what other religious groups do, and find the implication of such an insult.
What the hell can you "learn" about Discordia anyway?
I thought you learned from it.
If you're trying to learn about it, you're probably doing it wrong.