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At the cafe where I used to work, this dude told me about his time spent in Spain for a foreign exchange program.

He was really enjoying the chicken his host family had prepared for dinner, so he exclaimed, "iMe encanta la polla!"

After that, I bet he was "muy embarazada".

 :lol: classic

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When I was a kid all my parents played through our home sound system was oldies and smooth jazz.
I didn't start to develop my own tastes until high school.

I had been in choral groups since elementary school and later started doing a cappella.
This song, more than any other, taught me that music is sacred.

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At the cafe where I used to work, this dude told me about his time spent in Spain for a foreign exchange program.

He was really enjoying the chicken his host family had prepared for dinner, so he exclaimed, "iMe encanta la polla!"

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Unofficial What are you Reading Thread?
« on: September 24, 2010, 03:22:19 pm »
The Fine Art of Erotic Talk

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Subject to constant volcanic eruptions, planet Brotep is unbearably hostile terrain by human standards. Orbiting a magnetar and composed primarily of iron, planet Brotep undergoes periodic surges of electrical activity as a result of the tremendous magnetic flux.

"Life" on planet Brotep has its origins in ferrous crystals, which began to develop into more complex, ambulatory creatures. The dominant life-form is an insectoid lava beetle, which gathers balls of cooling magma to make its nest.

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Heh, when I was in college one of my neighbors had a similar article up on his door. It concluded that women should give more blowjobs.

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Principia Discussion / Re: The Discordian Menace
« on: September 20, 2010, 04:37:25 am »
Okay, I see what you're saying and I think we're on the same page.  But I was serious when I said that you can't truthfully argue against the existence of truth itself.  It's axiomatic. 

(Unless Beast was simply ignoring the rules, which is about as par for Discordian dialogue as The Capitalization Meme.)
Axiomatic means it is an assumed, unproven premise. Which means you can reject that premise and thus the system built upon it.


there is always a danger when bright people jam on ideas and vamp around concepts that the nature of "intellectual discussion" [- yeah note those big,bad, scare quotes,] will tend towards privileging the "discussion as game" aspect over the "discussion for enlightenment" thing

This is quite true and endlessly vexing.

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Or Kill Me / Re: Playing House.
« on: September 19, 2010, 07:59:36 pm »
I like this.


Great post, Kai. It really captures that sickening feeling that comes up from the pit of your stomach when you realize everyone around you is just shuffling along killing time until time kills them.

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The Richard Nixon school of ballet and the arts / Re: unground discordia
« on: September 11, 2010, 03:01:58 pm »
Damn it to hell, now I want some really real pop tarts.  :argh!:

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Principia Discussion / Re: Holy Names
« on: September 09, 2010, 09:58:11 pm »
Chief Stroganoff
Minister Walking

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Or Kill Me / Re: Sick of Beige
« on: September 08, 2010, 02:23:15 am »
i am belgian.

Now I want waffles.

Real question is, what do the Belgians call Belgian waffles?

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Principia Discussion / Re: Discordian Derive
« on: September 07, 2010, 10:18:47 pm »
Another time we drew a magic circle with divine and demonic names in one spot, chalk-traced the shadows of the bikes on the rack in another, and made lizards out of clay, which we put on and around a door handle.

Good stuff.

Sculpture graffiti is an under-utilized form...

It's true. The lizards (my friends' idea) were clever. But I have to say that putting the fishing pole in the hand of the statue (other random people) was a brilliant if small and specific psychogeographic redefinition.

You don't need months of effort to do great things. Sometimes a well-placed fishing pole, bow tie, mustache, or chair is all you need.

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Also, Anton, while that is entirely correct, it would be more accurate to say there is no sociological difference between government and an organized crime syndicate where the two are not competing for local loyalties.  Both provide a form of security, "justice", code of conduct, provide basic goods and services, intervene in the market etc

Yes.

Lol@ yakuza megaphones.

... but seriously, I never thought I'd see this board laud organized crime.

Yes, well, sometimes government is necessary.

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Principia Discussion / Re: Discordian Derive
« on: September 07, 2010, 03:13:11 am »
something about how you should take this fishing pole and tacklebox and use them, because that's what life is all about

it was signed with a heart and the name of the man who the statue is of

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Principia Discussion / Re: Discordian Derive
« on: September 06, 2010, 11:49:07 pm »
Ideally there would be multiple groups out there, leaving breadcrumbs for each other.

Mind, this can happen on its own--which is the best way. Wandering around campus one night, a friend and I discovered somebody had placed a fishing pole in the hand of a well-known local statue seated on a bench, with an envelope and a card. We replaced it so others could find it, too.

Another time we drew a magic circle with divine and demonic names in one spot, chalk-traced the shadows of the bikes on the rack in another, and made lizards out of clay, which we put on and around a door handle.

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