Yup - seemed strangely appropriate.
We've got artists, scientists, scholars, pranksters, publishers, songwriters, and political activists. We've subjected Discordia to scrutiny, torn it apart, and put it back together. We've written songs about it, we've got a stack of essays, and, to refer back to your quote above, we criticize the hell out of each other.
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You missed me on keeping things strange.
Fuck it, sign me up for 2, 3, and 4. Sounds like a good time.
A proposed Tennessee law would make following the Islamic code known as Shariah law a felony, punishable
by 15 years in jailstoning.
It ends up being a swing at the macro-Machine. But if the focus, aim, and intent are based upon the macro-Machine, your actions are likely to be compromised and will most likely be inefficient. Local efforts only work when they are immersed and informed by the local culture and environment. If you are shaping your local efforts based on aims for the macro-Machine, you are likely to miss intricate and vital details that would maximize the impact of your local actions.
WHY!? WHY!? WHY WOULDN'T HE JUST FUCK ME INSTEAD!?
So, as long as people are creating, and Thinking for Themselves, who cares if they're Discordian? You'll have a better time interacting with them, and communication of ideas will be easier. Think pragmatically rather than idealistically: So long as other people are behaving in a manner you like, who gives a fuck what their core belief engine is?