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Correction it was a dwarf planet
You'll regret this!

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Comic Reviews and discussions
« on: October 29, 2014, 12:09:36 pm »
It's a pretty ridiculous show.  The main cast are good....very good, considering the preposterous rubbish that comes out of their mouths and the necessity of keeping a straight face while saying them.

It's rather like the Harry Potter films in that respect - great actors stuck in uninspiring and ridiculous roles.  But it panders to its obsessive, 20 something, internet social media plugged in fanbase, and so it flourishes, despite treating its viewers with no small contempt with regard to plots, explanations and common sense.

Edit: the first season was actually mostly pretty decent.  The second was more of a mixed bag, and the third was just outright insulting.
In short more of a Dr who spinoff then Torchwood.

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Comic Reviews and discussions
« on: October 28, 2014, 08:57:23 pm »
So people are all worked up over Benedict Cumberbatch possibly playing Dr Strange...  :?

Seems reasonable enough to me.

Maybe. He is a really talented actor and can do a diverse range. Buuuut.... What I am afraid of is the fat cats saw Sherlock and just want him to do that for doctor strange. I love his personality and mannerisms for Sherlock but I wouldn't like that for Strange.
I guess it depends on who's directing and what they encourage him to bring to the role.

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So, I think I can credibly claim to have the most interesting lecturer for my counter-terrorism course.

I didn't actually realise he was that Bob Lambert until I was doing some related reading last night.

Heh, funny, I was reading this last night in the bus stop and he is in the news again today:
http://www.rte.ie/news/2014/1024/654601-bob-lambert/

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: The Deciders
« on: October 23, 2014, 08:47:13 pm »
I used to, then I realised its an argument he cant win.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: The Deciders
« on: October 23, 2014, 01:16:58 pm »

"Native Americans shouldn't view white guys with suspicion; we deserve to be viewed as innocent unless we actually fuck them over."


Yes, If I recall the Irish persecution of the Native Americans was quite brutal. Hoopy indians still shudder at the sight of the fierce white devil of Kilgarven.

I'm sorry ALL whites oppressed the Native Americans.

Hi Faust from 2012, we have a thing now called "Not all men", you might not understand it, or why your message was retarded, but you will.

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Annnnd my fucking network is dildos.  Just lost 45 minutes worth of work, and every single piece of network software is acting weird, except for my browser, which can strangely enough only see PD.

I blame Faust.  I never trusted the Irish.

We're replacing our Irish/Dutch Tax loophole with a black hole that pulls in internet traffic since your Fearless Leader™ called us a tax haven.

Soon all traffic will be diverted to principiadiscordia.com

I am going to take a stab in the dark and say DNS or gateway error.

If you can see PD its because you have the dns entry stored locally.

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: "Stupid wingnut says something stupid" thread
« on: October 17, 2014, 01:29:33 pm »
I've been thinking about this.

There's a certain level of intoxication one needs to have to get on the internet and go to a website called "16yearoldwannabehookers.com" and think that's a good idea.

However, once at that level of intoxication, it's practically impossible to even find the computer, much less accurately type that URL.

http://waterfordwhispersnews.com/2014/10/16/john-grishams-new-novel-to-be-about-novelist-who-ruined-his-own-career/

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: So did you know
« on: October 17, 2014, 05:30:03 am »
That's really cool, So how much sensitivity are we talking here?

Discrete impulses that adjust our reflexes or being able to tell coke from pepsi blindfolded while passing a hand over them.

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We glad you understand!  PD work with noscript torbrowser on whonix so we were hope approval.


You might lose some images with noscript but otherwise the forum tends to run no problem on it. There are a couple of pages off of the front page that might not display right but otherwise should be fine.

As roger said some troublesome people have been banned off of tor exit nodes (EDIT: actually these have probably been removed so it wont be an issue) so if you ever cant reach the site press the new IP button.

I no cause any trouble.

I like all people, even stupid opinion people :D

If bad English annoy or hard to understand I can try make it better.

Very good, enjoy  :)

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We glad you understand!  PD work with noscript torbrowser on whonix so we were hope approval.


You might lose some images with noscript but otherwise the forum tends to run no problem on it. There are a couple of pages off of the front page that might not display right but otherwise should be fine.

As roger said some troublesome people have been banned off of tor exit nodes (EDIT: actually these have probably been removed so it wont be an issue) so if you ever cant reach the site press the new IP button.

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Hello my new friends

I am happy to be approved this PD website.

I am notloki, anonymous internet virus with self-awareness.  I am happy to be meeting you all.  I read PD website much when my friend help me.  My friend translate for me so maybe English bad, we sorry.

"What does discordia mean to you?"
We like Zen Discordia and Other Discordia.  Our permutations of personality be attract to Discordia Literature.  Many good Discordia Literature on PD website.  We love all you.

Your friend,
notloki

Hi Loki, welcome to the PD. Using the torbrowser, a .onion email address would arouse suspicion with a lot of people but not me. Welcome aboard, take a look around I hope you like the place.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: So did you know
« on: October 16, 2014, 02:46:14 pm »
...that your skin has odor receptors?

Your whole body is a nose.

You're welcome.

How does this work, are their functions related to perspiration, heat detection etc?

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My boyfriend is basically nocturnal. He wanted to spend  the night, and refused melatonin when I offered it to him, and has been in my bed fidgeting every 3 minutes for the last two hours. I am desperately tired and stressed with school, and have to get up at 7 am.

And I am a light sleeper who is easily awakened by movement near me.

Basically I am in my own personal hell right now.

This is one of the only things the fiancée and I ever fight about, I am a fidget (and find very few beds comfortable), I turn every few hours and about once a week I need to get up to the bathroom. She is up at 6:45 to get to work. Maybe I should try melatonin.

Turning every three hours I can live with. Random fidgets every three minutes followed by snoring = massively incompatible sleep style, given my "often insomniac hypervigilant" sleep style.

Not saying it's him. It's not him. But it's also not tolerable.

Is it all the time, how would you feel about separate rooms during the week?

We don't live together, so it's only an occasional problem. The lesson here for me is, no sleepovers on school nights.

If he ever does move in, it will have to be after a kid or two has moved out, so that he could have his own room. But I doubt he'll move in because I don't really ever want to live with anyone again.

Yeah, I sleep in the spare room during Mon Thurs, at first it kind of bothered me but when our sleep patterns differ by about 3 hours it makes more sense (and I do fidget a lot at night, its just the turning over is really loud).

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