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Apple Talk / Re: SIGNS OF THE END TIMES
« on: November 22, 2009, 03:07:43 am »

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Apple Talk / Re: SIGNS OF THE END TIMES
« on: November 21, 2009, 12:20:52 am »
The crucifix controllers only have one button.  It can't be that complicated.  You either believe it or your don't.

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Apple Talk / Re: SIGNS OF THE END TIMES
« on: November 20, 2009, 10:07:37 pm »
ETA: i notice in the wiki page on the game, that in the first circle of hell you get to battle (among other things) unbaptized babies!
it's a good thing.
:horrormirth:
Yeah they get shot out of Cleopatra's giant nipples.  Really.

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953595399593595939399395935995939339539

95359539959359593939 (20)
9395 (4)
9359 (4)
95 (2)
9393 (4)
3953 (4)
9 (1)

=39 numbers?

this one seems to have been the harder one for you.

Yeah that was only 39 characters. Like I said, I stumble where I have problems seeing my memory room in my head.
I'll give you a clue as to how this all works: I'm not remembering numbers, I'm remembering pictures.
I see what u did thar.

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Apple Talk / Re: SIGNS OF THE END TIMES
« on: November 20, 2009, 07:01:29 pm »
Yeah, but Dante's Inferno looks real.  That could make a kick-ass game.

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: Sarah Palin on God's cleverness
« on: November 17, 2009, 07:23:18 pm »
I like Sarah Palin.  If it wasn't for her, McCain would have nuked the middle east by now.

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Apple Talk / Re: ITT: You find LSD
« on: November 16, 2009, 11:25:08 pm »
it goes really good with death metal concerts, too.
This, or on the roof of a tall building after watching Peter Pan.

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Discordian Recipes / Re: Chaos Alchemy: Laying the Black Egg
« on: November 16, 2009, 05:40:22 pm »
I think I read a book about you once
'A Series of Unfortunate Events'?

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Apple Talk / Re: Happy Birthday EVE!
« on: November 16, 2009, 05:02:22 pm »
Happy Birthday, Eve!
Trusssssst me.  It's kallisssssssti.
\

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Apple Talk / Re: ITT: You find LSD
« on: November 16, 2009, 12:43:40 pm »
Like with most drugs, and with most things in life,  I'm ambivilant about LSD.  It's easy to have a bad trip, with or without LSD.  Life isn't all flowers and teddy bears.  In some ways, the world itself seems to be run by the Lords of Bad Acid.  A schizophrenic mindset isn't all in my head.  Just turn on the news or take a course in history and there's your mental illness.  But, LSD can also be a great shamanic portal to God in the journey of the soul, for those who dare to choose it.  I've had a few epic journeys with the little bit of acid I've delved into in my life that were just good, clean fun.  It inspired me artistically too.

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Or Kill Me / Re: Wherein we discuss the merits of Comic Sans
« on: November 14, 2009, 12:39:48 am »
I used comic sans up through college.  That's what I get for asking advice from my mom on what's the best font to use for essays.

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Apple Talk / Re: Swine and non swine flu, I LOVE YOU!
« on: November 11, 2009, 06:28:43 am »

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Or Kill Me / Re: GREYFACE LIVES! (And not where you think!)
« on: November 06, 2009, 05:05:33 am »
Really, I'd say something pointing out the stupidity and pretentiousness of the OP, but it would be redundant at this point. Do you gas threads around these parts?
Gas, burn, and BBQ.

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Or Kill Me / Re: GREYFACE LIVES! (And not where you think!)
« on: November 06, 2009, 02:43:54 am »
Many of you are so-called Discordians and SubGenii are probably still blundering and toiling under the  :fnord: Curse of Greyface* :evilmad: (adherence to or application of unnecessary and/or destructive order and control, see footnote) without even knowing it. Many you may think you have freed yourself from his curse, but most of you are WRONG, you poor deluded fools... He lurks where you least expect it! he bends the knees and crushes the mind yet none behold the hand that smites! Beware of destructive order! Fear Him!


:roflcake: All of the following are of the Curse of Greyface (although some may be unexpected),  
All of them Being either: Order imposed for no reason, or situations where chaos would work just as well (or better), Or else Order of an actually destructive nature:

•   Spaying or Neutering Your Pets− In fact, any attempt to control thepe population. They talk about how many unwanted animals ae euthanized in animal shelters each year, but that is a problem which arises not from animal population, but from attempts to control it. We could make the number of unwanted animals euthanized each year drop instantly to zero if we just shut down the animal shelters and admitted to ourselves that there is no more need to control the population of stray cats and dogs than there is to control the populations or squirrels or songbirds , nor is there any reason other than unmitigated hubris to believe that animals of any sort are or even could be significantly worse off without us in their lives.
•   Yardwork and Lawn Care− You probably spend a great deal of your time inside and most likely so do your neighbors. If you really have business just hanging around on your lawn all the time (or if your neighbors have business staring at it all hours of the day and night) instead of either doing something inside or else going somewhere more interesting than a stupid boring residential lawn (such as a public pool, or a video arcade, or a skate park, or (if you live near the seashore) the beach or the boardwalk, or a bowling alley, or the park) then by all means, keep your yard tidy, but if not, I really do not see what good it will do for you. Plus its bad for the environment, because not only do most lawnmowers have very low fuel−efficiency (and large "Carbon−Footprints" to use a hackneyed and banal popular cliché), and not only are chemical yard treatments bad for local wildlife (especially frogs and salamanders and other cute littkle amphibians), but also, cutting the grass reduces the grass's avaible photosynthetic surfaces, and that means less photosysnthesis and thus less carbon dioxide removed from the air and less oxygen given off
•   Trying To Help Control The Human Population by Not Reproducing− The fact of the matter is, that in the long run, all that this will accomplish is to reduce the overall occurrences of any genetic predisposition towards having a social conscience within the human gene pool. If you care enough about overpopulation to want to do something about it, then you should try to stop other people from reproducing.
•   Abortion− This is a clearly a form of destructive order. Furthermore, it lends itself to the advancement of eugenics−related ideas; Weeding out those who are "disordered" before they can even be born. While this may have some valid upshots it is stlll far, far worse than the alternative; I'd sooner see this species devolve into barely animate wads of slime than let its gene−pool be controlled by what the pinks and the mediocretin normals think is and isn't "Disordered"
•   Tidying the House− This is only a good thing to do if it actually makes things easier to use; If you've memorized and gotten used to your possessions locations where they are strewn about the house, and if the places where things are used are far from the places where they are stored, and if you can still move around the house, then the small aesthetic benefit gained from having a tidy home is probably (and in fact, almost definitely) far more trouble than its worth.


 :FFF:



*For those of you unfamiliar with the parable of Greyface and the/his curse, I will reiterate it here. Greyface, (whether or not he literally exists or not, doesn't matter) is a far more potent figure of negative slack than Satan or even NHGH and Hyper-NHGH, and it is important to know what he is and what you are up against:

   Thousands of years ago, a malcontented hunchbrain by the name of Greyface, got it into his head that the universe was as humorless as he, and he began to teach that play was sinful because it contradicted the ways of Serious Order. ``Look at all the order around you,'' he said. And from that, he deluded honest men to believe that reality was a straightjacket affair and not the happy romance as men had known it.
      It is not presently understood why men were so gullible at that particular time, for absolutely no one thought to observe all the disorder around them and conclude just the opposite. But anyway, Greyface and his followers took the game of playing at life more seriously than they took life itself and were known even to destroy other living beings whose ways of life differed from their own.
      The unfortunate result of this is that mankind has since been suffering from a psychological and spiritual imbalance. Imbalance causes frustration, and frustration causes fear. And fear makes for a bad trip. Man has been on a bad trip for a long time now.
      It is called THE CURSE OF GREYFACE.
      To choose order over disorder, or disorder over order, is to accept a trip composed of both the creative and the destructive. But to choose the creative over the destructive is an all-creative trip composed of both order and disorder. To accomplish this, one need only accept creative disorder along with, and equal to, creative order, and also willing to reject destructive order as an undesirable equal to destructive disorder.
      The Curse of Greyface included the division of life into order/disorder as the essential positive/negative polarity, instead of building a game foundation with creative/destructive as the essential positive/negative. He has thereby caused man to endure the destructive aspects of order and has prevented man from effectively participating in the creative uses of disorder. Civilization reflects this unfortunate division.
      POEE proclaims that the other division is preferable, and we work toward the proposition that creative disorder, like creative order, is possible and desirable; and that destructive order, like destructive disorder, is unnecessary and undesirable.
      Seek the Sacred Chao -- therein you will find the foolishness of all ORDER/DISORDER. They are the same!


These aren't very well-thought-out ideas.  You need to take it to the next level.  Burn your clothes.  Burn your house down.  For God's sake, fry your computer.  Then go live in the jungle.  All of ye.

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