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« on: June 30, 2015, 06:54:41 am »
That, and Sk@lia's "Pure applesauce" to Affordable Care, those are some of my favorites.  I forget how amusing the dark-side's death throes can be.  :lulz:

The Secrets Forum / Re: HAHAHAHA *snort*
« on: June 30, 2015, 03:59:12 am »
This is my second attempt at this thread, I can see a thought trying to form, and blame my lack of focus on sleep deprivation, anyways...

I was trying to figure how it makes economic sense to feed any "miserable" segment of the population a toxic ideology.  Then it dawned on me:  The system sold to empower individuals does so at the expense of alienation and conflict, which, through cognitive dissonance, is neglected in favor of reinforcing the misconception of having thereby obtained what one really wants (yay freedom!).  This difference yolks said population to a perpetual (re)production of surplus labour, where every attempt at self-determination is predetermined to reinforce the machinery of disenfranchisement, while avoiding detection as such.

This of course applies to the main PUA/MRA(?) movement, however may also extend to military recruitment tactics, etc, I think.  (over/out)

The Secrets Forum / Re: PICS VIII: 10% LARGER THAN PICS VII
« on: June 30, 2015, 03:10:13 am »

The Secrets Forum / Re: PICS VIII: 10% LARGER THAN PICS VII
« on: June 30, 2015, 01:19:55 am »
I have not had any sleep in days, and last night my significant other's dog bit me on the eye-brow.  See what I mean...

Maybe the dog got tired of your sonambulistic Parmedian ramblings and wanted to put an end to you?

I know, so ironic, right?  Although I fear it may be that he misunderstands his position in the master bedroom, and so on.

[edit: *he responds with an involuntarily supercilious look*=]

The Secrets Forum / Re: PICS VIII: 10% LARGER THAN PICS VII
« on: June 30, 2015, 12:48:39 am »
I have not had any sleep in days, and last night my significant other's dog bit me on the eye-brow.  See what I mean...

The Secrets Forum / Re: PICS VIII: 10% LARGER THAN PICS VII
« on: June 30, 2015, 12:36:02 am »

So...if God had been more equality minded, original sin and hell wouldn't exist?

I'm not convinced they entirely thought through the implications of that.

Well, like many people, they've conflated Satan with Lucifer.

Lucifer didn't demand equal rights for the rest of the angels -- only for himself. So, it sort of misunderstands or misrepresents the position of rights movements. I'm unfamiliar with any rights movement that doesn't demand equality between two classes of people. When a single person demands rights equal to that of their superior, that's not usually called an equal rights movement -- that's usually called a coup, and the former superior gets executed or demoted pretty quickly afterward.
Thank you for clarifying that, I can't tell you how incensed I get having to always shoot down the disparagingly petty indignities hurled at me, over and over again.

Once upon a time, I may have misunderstood the ontology of my request, for which I paid dearly.  I did my time.  Now, no one really wants that lesson recapitulated, I think.

« on: June 28, 2015, 03:23:08 am »
They're all tied-up anyways, so why not squeeze them?

The Secrets Forum / Re: PICS VIII: 10% LARGER THAN PICS VII
« on: June 26, 2015, 10:56:12 pm »
Still novel for me, re: QG Pennyworth, thanks for sharing!

Inverted Pork Rectum: What Western Medicine Doesn't Want You to Know

"Rectum?" I hear some of my more squeamish readers shrieking. Yes, this is real and no, you shouldn't be freaking out about it. The fact is that traditional societies have always known how vital it is to consume the whole animal, not just the "choice" cuts preferred by colonial invaders. Picky consumers refusing the "icky" bits of an animal account for literally billions of pounds of wasted flesh, as much as fifty percent of an animal raised in captivity solely for human consumption will go to waste for our vanity! Consciously choosing less desirable cuts enables the wise consumer to reap the benefits of limited meat consumption without contributing to the death toll in factory farms.

But pork rectums (yes, I said it again) aren't just an ethical issue. Rectal tissue is unique in its structure compared to both regular muscle tissue and plant tissue. In the upper digestive system, it acts like a specialized scrubber, removing small pockets of undigested (rotting) foods, bacterial colonies, and accumulated toxins. In villages where rectum is a routine part the diet, stomach and esophageal cancers are all but unheard of!

Ah, yes, the delicacy of the fith quarter, further finishing behind the end. :lulz:

I got one for my top 10, what's up with XX3 (re: Placid Dingos awesome derive' project)?

Recently landed on the front page and read about some of the Cabals worldwide, then was thinking about how I may be attending a summit at the Vatican next month...  Anyway, the shadow of a spark flitted across my gangled noodle, that there may be a connection?

Anyone got the scoop?

[scratch that, wrong continent, I think]

The Secrets Forum / Re: The Trans Discussion
« on: June 07, 2015, 01:13:48 pm »
i'm just trying to digest all this.

it makes sense to separate gender and sex.  that is, a male can choose to identify as man or woman (or, perhaps - certain degrees of man-ness or woman-ness) and a female can also choose to identify as woman or man (again, to certain degrees).

a male (or female) choosing to identify as anything other than man (or woman) is considered to be transgendered.

(i now realize that it might not be appropriate to use the word "choose" as the individual may not really have a choice).

since gender is a social construct, identifying as the "non-socially acceptable" gender should not be considered a medical disorder (although I think you could argue it may be a psychological disorder??  is there such a thing as a sociological disorder??)

also, a male can identify as a female and a female can identify as a male.  this would be considered to be transexual.

again, the individual may or may not have a choice.

given that the mind is an emergent property of the body (a notion i'm not sure I fully agree with  . . .) I would think there is a connection between the body's natural hormone production and the mind's (brain's?) reaction and development.

i guess what i'm having a hard time with is how, in this context, transexualism is still not a disorder.

as Nigel stated, and others agreed with -

2. No, I don't think it's a disorder, outside of the social sense. In other words, it is not a pathology.
3. Yes, I think it is probably biological.

how can it be biological without a pathology?


i haven't read any Jenner interviews, but I imagine the following hypothetical:

Suppose Jenner, being an athlete under tremendous pressure to perform well, began to take large amounts of steroids.
The steroid abuse then caused his body to simultaneously stop producing testosterone and increase it's estrogen production (I believe this is a side effect of steroid abuse).
Olympics are over and steroid abuse stops, however the body never fully resumes "normal" hormone production.
Jenner begins to feel more and more female... transexual.

is this not a disorder?
Just jumping in here, clearly, got some thoughts that may or not be applicable.

I heard about the bolded above, in different contexts, however, when regarding professionals, any steroid cycle is followed by appropriate PCT (post cycle therapy) including SERMs (Selective Esteogen Reuptake Modulators).  If not for safety alone, PCT remains nescesary to avoid secondary signs of doping.

That being said, the point is that there seems to be a systemic problem of identity manifesting itself quite determinately now.  Instead of dealing with it, we are putting it up on display, like the feature of a freak show.

Not meaning to pontificate, just throwing my hat in the ring.

Fortunately he's already demonstrated that he's woefully underprepared for getting away with crime, so we don't have that to worry about.

Whatever happened to the good old days of redteaming an adversary at least as smart as you and throwing in generalised paranoia?
I guess it must have something to do with how everyone is already overflowing with hilarious attempts at having a novel thought?

The Secrets Forum / Re: Faust, this one's for you
« on: June 06, 2015, 11:54:22 am »

[Re: Pidgeon malfunction]

The Secrets Forum / Re: Spagbook
« on: June 05, 2015, 11:20:16 pm »
sky pirates?

Pirates in the Cloud, stealin' yr bitcoins.

:lulz: :lulz:

taken a few days ago from Hotel window
was response to RMB's UFO post

So, I accidentally photographed a UFO today...

The Secrets Forum / Re: Spagbook
« on: June 05, 2015, 11:02:33 am »

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