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Or Kill Me / Showing you the exit would involve neurosurgery
« on: November 09, 2013, 03:12:05 am »
The cow stands on one leg and, in the early years, to even the most casual of observers she is clearly in pain. It is obvious to all who see her that things are not well for her or them. Yet, now she smiles. The smile reassures those around her that all is well. They get on with their lives, believing themselves to be living in an age of progress and enlightenment. If this were not the case, why would the cow be smiling? Her smile, so radiant and full of hope, has made the people forget that she is struggling to stand with only one leg. There is pain in her eyes but no one notices.

Meanwhile, a wolf suckles Romulus and Remus...

The people do not know that the cow does not smile in approval of the age in which the people surrounding her are living. She has been standing on one leg for so long now that she can't help but smile at the thought of the soon to come New Age in which she will once again stand on all four legs. Of the billions of people watching her, all but a handful are focused on her radiant smile rather than the pain in her eyes.

Meanwhile, Nero fiddles...

As time rolls on and the cataclysm that will bring about the next age comes closer, her smile only grows more radiant and hopeful, making the foolish majority even more content. The handful who notice her pain are destined, she decides, to be the survivors of this Dark Age.

Meanwhile, the star-spangled banner yet waves...

She explains what is to come to the few who have shown her pity. The only escape from this hellish prison in sheep's clothing is within the minds of those people who see the pain in her eyes. They must be in time but not of it. They must physically exist in a Dark Age but be of noble spirit, always looking above themselves. They must reject the rotten values of the age and cling to that which is intrinsically true in all ages. This, says the cow to her sympathisers, is the way to escape the prison into which they have been born. The coming Golden Age is within them. As for those who didn't notice the pain in her eyes? They're watching America's Got Talent as Caesar takes his throne

Meanwhile, the Patriot Act is signed...

Are you thinking for yourself, schmuck?

Apple Talk / Post your desktop
« on: September 14, 2008, 03:44:28 pm »
We already have threads where you can tell us what you're eating, drinking, reading and listening to, so why the hell not? Every other forum has this thread.

And yes, I know what you're thinking. I'm so wapanese I shit Pocky.

GASM Command / YouGASM
« on: March 21, 2008, 08:18:48 pm »

I made a Youtube channel.

So far, I've only uploaded a somewhat mediocre slideshow of some PosterGASM pics.

If you have anything to add, PM it to me and I'll upload it or something, iono.

Let's spread propaganda among the broad masses.

Aneristic Illusions / One Big Torrent
« on: March 19, 2008, 11:02:30 pm »

Probably one of the best torrent trackers out there.

It's full of political documentaries, books and pamphlets with plenty of users.

A lot of the stuff there is of a somewhat leftist nature (in case you missed the obvious Wobbly reference).

But yeah, free documentaries.

Yay and stuff.

Apple Talk / HA HA!
« on: September 02, 2007, 07:07:34 pm »

Think for Yourself, Schmuck! / Explaining the BIP to normal people
« on: March 16, 2007, 01:27:33 am »
I was explaining the ideas behind the Black Iron Prison to my friend, and this is what she had to say about it...

Thinking your mind is enclosed keeps your mind enclosed, because that thought runs through your mind.

And the thought of imprisonment becomes reality to your mind after a certain time.

So really, you aren't liberating your mind at all, you're just exhausting it.

Turning it into an endless fight against yourself.

Any thoughts on this?

Bring and Brag / Principia Discordia - Japanese Edition
« on: March 10, 2007, 09:04:28 pm »

Well, I'm working on it.

My Japanese friend thinks that it's hard to understand, but it makes sense.

I had to change some things because I wasn't sure how they would translate into Japanese.

Instead of "The magnum opiate of Malaclypse the Younger", it now says "The opiate of Malaclypse".

And the second title now says "How to find goddess"...

Underneath that it says "Badly translated edition".

This is just a rough draft of the first page, and I'll definitely change it.

If anyone else here speaks Japanese at all and is willing to help, then let me know.

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