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There's more: https://witchwind.wordpress.com/2014/10/07/utopia-what-would-a-womens-society-look-like/

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All men at least above 15 (or younger if very asocial) should live separately from women and children, on their own in small huts or studios, isolated from one another and scattered around so that women can keep an eye on them (they should never be in groups or packs, that would be illegal). So it would also be illegal for male adults to impose their presence on females, girls and children. Men would have to care for themselves on their own: food, laundry, etc. No male above his age of puberty would be allowed to receive any kind of service from a female. Their life expectancy would probably drop to the age of 40, but thatís how things should be. Womenís life expectancy without men would rise to 130 years at least.

PIV would be illegal too of course, as well as the initiation of any verbal or physical contact to women and girls or boy children, unless solicited by a woman for specific matters. Iím not sure what to do about boy children. Obviously you know my opinion, but letís say thatís up to the mother to decide what she wants to do before he turns of age to leave the female family circle.

Solicitation specifically precludes PIV.  Problem solved.

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I... I'm mostly disturbed by the 'like he would stuff a corpse' note.

I wouldn't do that.  :cry:

The prose makes me think author is using strong images to make a point, failing miserably :cry:
I want tenderly detailed illustrations of what love should look like, despite my penchant for exploitative Hitchcockian occult-amateur-porn propaganda. :lulz:

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Think for Yourself, Schmuck! / Re: Source code
« on: March 26, 2015, 09:02:52 am »
Calling a daemon a service is a matter of semantics and is a naming choice made by Windows in particular, not by proprietary operating systems in general.

Mind as a computer metaphors are seriously fucking annoying because prats like you get too caught up in making a 1 to 1 mapping between elements of either system and stress the comparison to the point of uselessness.

If you don't STFU I'm going to astrally pastebin your root chakra passwords.
Bootstrap Maxwell Proximity backdoor with ENtropicKeY Daemon master logs.

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In path integral summations for quantum gravity of non-globally-hyperbolic spacetimes, across all possible Lorentzian metrics, I cannot /a priori/ exclude the disk model due to isomophisms with Closed Time-like Curves.  This you will discover in 2028.

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Think for Yourself, Schmuck! / Re: Source code
« on: March 25, 2015, 07:34:51 pm »
Actually, one of the things pissing me off recently is just how inconsiderate people's daemons or subconscious processes can be toward others.  Driving is very interesting because some operators can be seen as only taking notice of what is in front of them, disregarding entirely information from side/rear view mirrors.  Actually, they do take notice of what is behind them, however, they treat the information differently because it belongs to a category of possibility toward which they consider themselves not as legally/technically responsible.  For example, as the flow of traffic slows, said driver may brake in order to avoid front collision, however, without compensating for the proximity of the car behind them, they will still cause a collision.  Of course, they could have reduced their rate of deceleration, but they will convince themselves that there was no way they could have known, because, really, their minds are not under their control.

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So like I don't consider myself religious or otherwise current, but I always respected the fundamentalist/Muslim perspective of forbidding the figuration/representation of deity.  Notwithstanding my limited awareness of the problem, the "thingness" of any illustration persists in continually obstructing the "thatness" of divine countenance IMHO.

I have no idea why I just felt like sharing that little personal gem of herpa derps...  Must be the brainwashing, idunno.  Oh, to censor or not to censor :lulz:

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Literate Chaotic / Re: What do people use pet animals for
« on: March 20, 2015, 06:45:46 pm »

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I assume the most awesome Austrian in history is, therefore, Prince Klemens Wenzel Nepomuk Lothar, FŁrst von Metternich-Winneburg zu Beilstein?

I mean, he did help defeat Napoleon, who is a sort of 19th century Skynet.

Please to indicate appropriate Ancient Egyptian dignitary when referring this Austro-Hungarian Empire, thank you vey much.

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"Free" implies the absence of manipulation, so say "Thank you," accept, and move on.


Your question obviously presumes more devious intent, though.
There's that, and then I'm getting flashes of Derrida going about with a wooden coin in his pocket, in case he sees a beggar, or something.

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What if the gift was counterfeit, passing itself as real?

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I finally got around to looking up something I've wondered about off and on and thought I would share:

Turns out the earth is a prograde planet (as opposed to retrograde).

This means that, if you orient the solar system so that the earth orbits the sun "clockwise" then the earth also rotates about it's own axis "clockwise"

The effect is that every day we spend a little extra time on the sunny side of the planet.

Another effect is that, at night, we are travelling through space at a higher rate of speed which is closer to the speed of light and time is a little slower.

thought I would share, cuz . . . the more you know and stuff.

Cool!  It's one of those things I just remembered I wanted to know, and good brain exercise.

So, just to recap, if it was a retrograde orbit, would every year get shorter?
*LuciferX's reach extends beyond his grasp *falls from monkey-bar*

Now I'm deliciouslyconfused, onto the second point, the relative increase in velocity is supposed to have a stronger effect on space/time curvature than distance from M1, because inverse square Law... 

Then I realize how I clearly do not remember gravitomagnetic time delay.
*Satelites fall from the sky* LuciferX cracks smile and sparks a joint for Eris*

thank you.

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Regarding the Hades/Persephone story, we can probably shed some light on it by looking at its heritage (by which I mean the story of Ishtar in the underworld, which is substantially the same and predates it by a few thousand years).

Within this story, Inana quests into the land of the dead of her own accord to ask Ereshkigal, the lord of the dead, a favor. At this point she is already married to Dumuzid (who is a useless asshole person, and was actually a human -- no idea why she married him, because they don't really get along). Before she leaves, she gives instructions to a servant to tell all the major gods her plan, and to ensure that she can be brought back to life. (All of the gods ignore her request except Enki, despite the servant literally cutting herself in public to prove that she's serious.) The lord of the underworld strips her of her clothing and hangs her on a hook, but she was sort of expecting that kind of behavior, and avoids eating despite being down there for three days. Enki sends a couple servants down to give her a rejuvination potion. She then escapes (it's ambiguous whether or not she takes the rejuvenation potion; probably not), tearing demons from her flesh that are snatching at her, and when she finally arrives in the world of the living, the demons snatch her no-good husband (who was just hanging around where she happened to appear) and take him to the underworld instead. (http://etcsl.orinst.ox.ac.uk/section1/tr141.htm)

In other words, the agency that's completely dominant in Inana's story is completely absent in Persephone's. Even if Persephone was not raped, it's still a major regression -- and it's in line with the lower position of women in Greek society.

Now, to be fair, it is my understanding that Ancient Greek society was not know to overestimate the importance of personal agency.  Additionally, this subjugation of agency is not particular to gender.  The upshot seems to be some commentary on the relationship between will and freedom, as indicated by your interpolation via Inana.  I think perhaps there is a tradition of conflating agency with what we think of as freedom because we simply are getting our way.

A classic example would be to question if an addict is free if by exercising his freedom to obtain something he only reinforces his dependance.  In the end, agency is just like karma, or any response from a conditioned source:  a tie that binds without loosing.

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