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Principia Discordia => Apple Talk => Topic started by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 18, 2012, 05:38:01 pm

Title: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 18, 2012, 05:38:01 pm
Welcome to Discordia.  We hope you enjoy your stay, whether that be a 3 day butthurt trollfest, or 10 years of screeching and hollering with the best of ‘em.  Our membership grows and contracts, as the people who don’t understand the concept join, get “enlightened”, and then either flee, or join the sediment at the bottom.  We function much like a septic tank:  All the light stuff gets pumped out, leaving a horrible load of goodness in the bottom.  We are the sediment of the internet…It’s not particularly pleasant, but we like it that way.

A few things worth mentioning:

We’ve all read the Principia Discordia.  You are not required to tell us all about it.

We aren’t “Real Discordians™”, whatever that is.  We’re not really into random gibberish (“word salad”), kaos magick, or spending hours and hours determining which music (or whatever) deserves the name brand of Discordian™.

Don’t feel the need to wow us on your first day.  We’re actually more impressed by an honest introduction, and your thoughts on the weird shit we talk about.  Just tell us about yourself, and what horrible personal defect led you to us.  Things will develop naturally from there…There’s no need to rush things.

If you feel that the mods or admins are giving you an undue ration of shit on an “official” level (ie, you were modded unfairly), contact East Coast Hustle, or any other uninvolved admin.  Do NOT pm The Mgt.

We like rants and bad photoshop.  Quality of writing or shooping is meaningless.  It’s all about the WRATH, so spout until your guts bleed.

We like hearing about pranks.  Bear in mind, of course, that this is the interbutts, and be careful how much information you put out there.  The government probably isn’t watching us…but we’ll fix THAT!

The search function doesn’t work.  This is because the guy who runs the server is a communist and hates America™.  You have to go digging by hand.  It’s worth it, though, there’s some really good nuggets in there.

It is generally considered to be both foolish and dangerous to hit “mark all messages read”, as that button is hooked into some software nastiness installed by the guy who runs the server, who kisses terrorists.  On the beard.  He makes everyone call him “Joseph Stalin”, and he kicks babies off of overpasses whenever he’s allowed out of his cage/server room.

There is no secret Pogs forum.  This was an rumor started by irresponsible members from Portland, Oregon, because we made fun of their little Brad Pitt hats.  Fucking hipsters.

There ain’t no parking on the dance floor.

Well, that’s about it.  If you’re dumb enough to stick around, we look forward to your introduction.  We are not responsible for personality issues caused by this board.  Last thing:  We yell a lot.  It’s not personal.  We’re just very, very serious about having a good time.

:responsible:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 24, 2012, 07:20:28 pm
Why hello there, I am the Trollbear.

I would speak majorly in prose if acting and linguistic lessons didnt mean you have to pay through the nose, but you all know how it goes if you have ever been in one of those.

In a less eccentric and flamboyantly fantastic way to tell all who knows.

Uh hi.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on July 24, 2012, 07:23:07 pm
 :argh!:

I HATE NEW THINGS
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 24, 2012, 07:23:30 pm
YOU HAVE FAILED THE INTELLIGENCE PORTION OF THIS TEST.

http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,32829.0.html

YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO SURRENDER SOME ORGANS AT THE FRONT DESK.

- The artist formerly known as Dok
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 24, 2012, 07:26:35 pm
I don't really see the point of submitting any organs at all, they are all tea stained and likely to be primitive and disused.

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on July 24, 2012, 07:28:38 pm
There is no point. It's why Nigel demands it.

It's why we can't have nice things. Or any things.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 24, 2012, 07:29:50 pm
I don't really see the point of submitting any organs at all, they are all tea stained and likely to be primitive and disused.

You're a Brit.  The tea-stained bit is assumed in advance.  But they are not to be surrendered for the use of others, but rather to prevent YOU from using them to society's detriment, should you ever find a member of the opposite sex in a sufficiently deranged state as to consider breeding with you.

I think the rest of the world has had just about enough of you crumpet-suckers peeing in the gene pool.

This also applies to Scotsmen, the fucking Welsh, and those drunks on the next island over.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 24, 2012, 07:30:58 pm
There is no point. It's why Nigel demands it.

It's why we can't have nice things. Or any things.

I miss things.

Nigel broke them for no reason.  And then she slapped me and called me a dirty little whore.

TDRR,
Dirty, dirty little whore. 
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Phox on July 24, 2012, 07:32:02 pm
Why hello there, I am the Trollbear.

I would speak majorly in prose if acting and linguistic lessons didnt mean you have to pay through the nose, but you all know how it goes if you have ever been in one of those.

In a less eccentric and flamboyantly fantastic way to tell all who knows.

Uh hi.
Why hello, Mr. Trollbear, I appreciate your work.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on July 24, 2012, 07:32:14 pm
There is no point. It's why Nigel demands it.

It's why we can't have nice things. Or any things.

I miss things.

Nigel broke them for no reason.  And then she slapped me and called me a dirty little whore.

TDRR,
Dirty, dirty little whore.

 :cry:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 24, 2012, 07:33:21 pm
There is no point. It's why Nigel demands it.

It's why we can't have nice things. Or any things.

I miss things.

Nigel broke them for no reason.  And then she slapped me and called me a dirty little whore.

TDRR,
Dirty, dirty little whore.

 :cry:

I AM A DIRTY LITTLE GIRL.   :horrormirth:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 24, 2012, 07:40:14 pm
I don't really see the point of submitting any organs at all, they are all tea stained and likely to be primitive and disused.

You're a Brit.  The tea-stained bit is assumed in advance.  But they are not to be surrendered for the use of others, but rather to prevent YOU from using them to society's detriment, should you ever find a member of the opposite sex in a sufficiently deranged state as to consider breeding with you.

I think the rest of the world has had just about enough of you crumpet-suckers peeing in the gene pool.

This also applies to Scotsmen, the fucking Welsh, and those drunks on the next island over.

Oh now, now, no need to behave like children resorting to biased and well established stereotypes. Besides when we are not verbally abusing each other with our own sterotypes and we do have common causes, we are a strong and united force like we are meant to be in the first place.

Then we just turn against the french, like we always do and enjoy doing verbally abusing those french frogs.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 24, 2012, 07:42:29 pm

Oh now, now, no need to behave like children resorting to biased and well established stereotypes.

Hey, I never said anything about teeth.

Pixie (a member here) is from Southampton, and she could bite a human heart in half.  Human hearts are very, very tough.  An American, raised on a diet of fast food glorp, could NEVER do that.  No.  So you won't be hearing any jibes about snaggle teef.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 24, 2012, 08:04:15 pm

Oh now, now, no need to behave like children resorting to biased and well established stereotypes.

Hey, I never said anything about teeth.

Pixie (a member here) is from Southampton, and she could bite a human heart in half.  Human hearts are very, very tough.  An American, raised on a diet of fast food glorp, could NEVER do that.  No.  So you won't be hearing any jibes about snaggle teef.

Such a shame teeth are such a integral part of the british sterotype likely established due to the sugar craze when it was introduced and the high sugar content of our favourite delicacies not to mention entire spoonfuls in cups of tea.

I say, from the sounds of it she could double up as a certian bond villian.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 24, 2012, 08:08:49 pm

Oh now, now, no need to behave like children resorting to biased and well established stereotypes.

Hey, I never said anything about teeth.

Pixie (a member here) is from Southampton, and she could bite a human heart in half.  Human hearts are very, very tough.  An American, raised on a diet of fast food glorp, could NEVER do that.  No.  So you won't be hearing any jibes about snaggle teef.

Such a shame teeth are such a integral part of the british sterotype likely established due to the sugar craze when it was introduced and the high sugar content of our favourite delicacies not to mention entire spoonfuls in cups of tea.

I say, from the sounds of it she could double up as a certian bond villian.

She once portrayed a entire train wreck in a Bollywood film.  Bloody screaming victims and all.  The scene where the boiler exploded into a passing school bus was a real tear-jerker.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 24, 2012, 08:21:19 pm

Oh now, now, no need to behave like children resorting to biased and well established stereotypes.

Hey, I never said anything about teeth.

Pixie (a member here) is from Southampton, and she could bite a human heart in half.  Human hearts are very, very tough.  An American, raised on a diet of fast food glorp, could NEVER do that.  No.  So you won't be hearing any jibes about snaggle teef.

Such a shame teeth are such a integral part of the british sterotype likely established due to the sugar craze when it was introduced and the high sugar content of our favourite delicacies not to mention entire spoonfuls in cups of tea.

I say, from the sounds of it she could double up as a certian bond villian.

She once portrayed a entire train wreck in a Bollywood film.  Bloody screaming victims and all.  The scene where the boiler exploded into a passing school bus was a real tear-jerker.

Sounds like a blast, most people i know can recreate shakespearian play's in thier teeth.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on July 24, 2012, 08:23:07 pm

Oh now, now, no need to behave like children resorting to biased and well established stereotypes.

Hey, I never said anything about teeth.

Pixie (a member here) is from Southampton, and she could bite a human heart in half.  Human hearts are very, very tough.  An American, raised on a diet of fast food glorp, could NEVER do that.  No.  So you won't be hearing any jibes about snaggle teef.

Such a shame teeth are such a integral part of the british sterotype likely established due to the sugar craze when it was introduced and the high sugar content of our favourite delicacies not to mention entire spoonfuls in cups of tea.

I say, from the sounds of it she could double up as a certian bond villian.

She once portrayed a entire train wreck in a Bollywood film.  Bloody screaming victims and all.  The scene where the boiler exploded into a passing school bus was a real tear-jerker.

Sounds like a blast, most people i know can recreate shakespearian play's in thier teeth.

Your punctuation makes me die inside, just a little.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Pope Pixie Pickle on July 24, 2012, 08:23:54 pm
I'm also a Discordian Feminist.  Feminism keeps my rage gland well oiled.

Roger, is Phoenix or surrounding area drowned yet?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 24, 2012, 08:24:04 pm

Oh now, now, no need to behave like children resorting to biased and well established stereotypes.

Hey, I never said anything about teeth.

Pixie (a member here) is from Southampton, and she could bite a human heart in half.  Human hearts are very, very tough.  An American, raised on a diet of fast food glorp, could NEVER do that.  No.  So you won't be hearing any jibes about snaggle teef.

Such a shame teeth are such a integral part of the british sterotype likely established due to the sugar craze when it was introduced and the high sugar content of our favourite delicacies not to mention entire spoonfuls in cups of tea.

I say, from the sounds of it she could double up as a certian bond villian.

She once portrayed a entire train wreck in a Bollywood film.  Bloody screaming victims and all.  The scene where the boiler exploded into a passing school bus was a real tear-jerker.

Sounds like a blast, most people i know can recreate shakespearian play's in thier teeth.

Your punctuation makes me die inside, just a little.

He does it on purpose, because he hates the queen and wants her to cry.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 24, 2012, 08:24:44 pm
I'm also a Discordian Feminist.  Feminism keeps my rage gland well oiled.

Roger, is Phoenix or surrounding area drowned yet?

You missed and hit CA62 over in California.  Washed out 20 miles of road.

My first thought was, "Damn.  She's not fucking around."
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 24, 2012, 08:31:53 pm

Oh now, now, no need to behave like children resorting to biased and well established stereotypes.

Hey, I never said anything about teeth.

Pixie (a member here) is from Southampton, and she could bite a human heart in half.  Human hearts are very, very tough.  An American, raised on a diet of fast food glorp, could NEVER do that.  No.  So you won't be hearing any jibes about snaggle teef.

Such a shame teeth are such a integral part of the british sterotype likely established due to the sugar craze when it was introduced and the high sugar content of our favourite delicacies not to mention entire spoonfuls in cups of tea.

I say, from the sounds of it she could double up as a certian bond villian.

She once portrayed a entire train wreck in a Bollywood film.  Bloody screaming victims and all.  The scene where the boiler exploded into a passing school bus was a real tear-jerker.

Sounds like a blast, most people i know can recreate shakespearian play's in thier teeth.

Your punctuation makes me die inside, just a little.

He does it on purpose, because he hates the queen and wants her to cry.

I would and should take that as a insult to my own patriotism but frankly i don't know the queen in person so it doesn't matter.

I apologize or my punctuation but that's just me and its something i can improve with time.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 24, 2012, 08:34:38 pm
I would and should take that as a insult to my own patriotism but frankly i don't know the queen in person so it doesn't matter.

That's obvious, given that you still have fingers with which to type.

Unless you have one of those pointer things that you use with your teeth.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 24, 2012, 08:38:34 pm
I would and should take that as a insult to my own patriotism but frankly i don't know the queen in person so it doesn't matter.

That's obvious, given that you still have fingers with which to type.

Unless you have one of those pointer things that you use with your teeth.

Rest assured i have fingers on my large bear like hands, its not like i can use my teeth for every utility of the human body.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 24, 2012, 08:39:49 pm
I would and should take that as a insult to my own patriotism but frankly i don't know the queen in person so it doesn't matter.

That's obvious, given that you still have fingers with which to type.

Unless you have one of those pointer things that you use with your teeth.

Rest assured i have fingers on my large bear like hands, its not like i can use my teeth for every utility of the human body.

You should meet the user "Waffle Iron", who is from Lapland or some shit.  He is in fact a bear, and has hundreds of small animals trapped in his beard.

He also dances like a pretty, pretty princess.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on July 24, 2012, 08:47:44 pm
I'm a pretty little fairy princess trapped in a manbear's body.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Pope Pixie Pickle on July 24, 2012, 08:50:20 pm
I'm a pretty little fairy princess trapped in a manbear's body.

:fap:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 24, 2012, 08:51:37 pm
I'm a pretty little fairy princess trapped in a manbear's body.

Annnnnd I just sucked my jeans up my arse.   :argh!:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 24, 2012, 09:03:06 pm
I'm a pretty little fairy princess trapped in a manbear's body.

Honestly, call yourself a bear?

No self respecting bear would act in such namby-pamby fashion.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Pope Pixie Pickle on July 24, 2012, 09:05:17 pm
I'm a pretty little fairy princess trapped in a manbear's body.

Honestly, call yourself a bear?

No self respecting bear would act in such namby-pamby fashion.

balls, it is a beautiful and erotic thing to behold.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 24, 2012, 09:06:36 pm
I'm a pretty little fairy princess trapped in a manbear's body.

Honestly, call yourself a bear?

No self respecting bear would act in such namby-pamby fashion.

A self-respecting bear acts however the fuck he pleases, and if someone has a problem with it, he uses them as a condom.

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on July 24, 2012, 09:09:44 pm
I don't think I'd want to use trollbear as a condom. Dishwashing glove, on the other hand... Yes.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on July 24, 2012, 09:10:20 pm
I'm a pretty little fairy princess trapped in a manbear's body.

Honestly, call yourself a bear?

No self respecting bear would act in such namby-pamby fashion.

A self-respecting bear acts however the fuck he pleases, and if someone has a problem with it, he uses them as a condom.

:potd:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 24, 2012, 09:12:52 pm
I don't think I'd want to use trollbear as a condom.

Well, of course not.  But there ARE rules, and traditions.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 24, 2012, 09:14:13 pm
I'm a pretty little fairy princess trapped in a manbear's body.

Honestly, call yourself a bear?

No self respecting bear would act in such namby-pamby fashion.

A self-respecting bear acts however the fuck he pleases, and if someone has a problem with it, he uses them as a condom.

Don't blame me if he contracts aids while wearing me as a condom or i rip and accidently create Waffles Jr.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on July 24, 2012, 09:15:37 pm
I don't think I'd want to use trollbear as a condom.

Well, of course not.  But there ARE rules, and traditions.

Damn, pesky traditions. I have no choice then.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 24, 2012, 09:16:17 pm
I don't think I'd want to use trollbear as a condom.

Well, of course not.  But there ARE rules, and traditions.

Damn, pesky traditions. I have no choice then.

Horrible, horrible...You Belgians are all the same.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on July 24, 2012, 09:17:58 pm
Now what have I done.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on July 24, 2012, 09:23:59 pm
Besides, I am a beautiful and unique snowflake. Made of unicorn urine.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 24, 2012, 09:43:15 pm
Besides, I am a beautiful and unique snowflake. Made of unicorn urine.

And my smile is made from colours of the rainbow, such a shame i am frowning.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on July 24, 2012, 10:33:59 pm
I'm also a Discordian Feminist.  Feminism keeps my rage gland well oiled.

Roger, is Phoenix or surrounding area drowned yet?

You keep hitting Tucson, Pixie.  :lol: 
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 24, 2012, 10:34:54 pm
I hate feminists because there are masculists.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on July 24, 2012, 10:38:36 pm
I hate feminists because there are masculists.

What's a masculist?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Faust on July 24, 2012, 10:46:05 pm
Too easy; Feminists are a myth. Gender is a construct. They are buying into the delusion and perpetrating genonormative stereotypes. etc, etc. Ad nausium.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Pope Pixie Pickle on July 24, 2012, 10:52:59 pm
I hate feminists because there are masculists.

What's a masculist?
Never heard of a masculist.
Too easy; Feminists are a myth. Gender is a construct. They are buying into the delusion and perpetrating genonormative stereotypes. etc, etc. Ad nausium.

Gender is a social construct. As soon as we step outside of the construct, stuff gets interesting, rage inducing and not as easy as it was. before we were aware it was a construct.

This is why Waffles in a skirt with beard is sexy as fuck.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Faust on July 24, 2012, 10:57:28 pm
I hate feminists because there are masculists.

What's a masculist?
Never heard of a masculist.
Too easy; Feminists are a myth. Gender is a construct. They are buying into the delusion and perpetrating genonormative stereotypes. etc, etc. Ad nausium.

Gender is a social construct. As soon as we step outside of the construct, stuff gets interesting, rage inducing and not as easy as it was. before we were aware it was a construct.

This is why Waffles in a skirt with beard is sexy as fuck.
I would say quite the opposite. Sex and sexuality become utterly comical and  easy as a breeze when you realise there's nothing to it.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Luna on July 24, 2012, 11:08:12 pm
I'm also a Discordian Feminist.  Feminism keeps my rage gland well oiled.

Roger, is Phoenix or surrounding area drowned yet?

Check your aim, Pixie.  You're smacking Providence with no-shit thunderstorms, and the locals are wetting themselves.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Pope Pixie Pickle on July 24, 2012, 11:13:24 pm
I hate feminists because there are masculists.

What's a masculist?
Never heard of a masculist.
Too easy; Feminists are a myth. Gender is a construct. They are buying into the delusion and perpetrating genonormative stereotypes. etc, etc. Ad nausium.

Gender is a social construct. As soon as we step outside of the construct, stuff gets interesting, rage inducing and not as easy as it was. before we were aware it was a construct.

This is why Waffles in a skirt with beard is sexy as fuck.
I would say quite the opposite. Sex and sexuality become utterly comical and  easy as a breeze when you realise there's nothing to it.

That's just one aspect of it though. of which I agree is hilarious. Especially when you tell misogynist geeks that the Batman And Robin movie was homoerotic as fuck. Watch a ginger man go beetroot and bluster through that shit.  Nipples on tight fitting rubber suits. Fucking lulz heavy any day of the week.

What i was trying to get at was the fear of a lot of men and boys of doing anything that makes them appear in any way feminine, whereas being a tomboy is considered better than being a girly girl, in a lot of cases. Some dudes be scared shitless of someone taking away their Man Card.  I reckon if they took away the man card, they could replace it with a human being card, and they wouldn't have to be such douchebags any more.

I'm also a Discordian Feminist.  Feminism keeps my rage gland well oiled.

Roger, is Phoenix or surrounding area drowned yet?

Check your aim, Pixie.  You're smacking Providence with no-shit thunderstorms, and the locals are wetting themselves.

begins with P, must have pressed the wrong button on the North American directory again. Y'all should know my aim is sucky by now.

We got our summer here, finally, though, and sunburned Mad Dogs and Englishmen abound. This is a source of glee.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: SexyFish on July 25, 2012, 12:32:54 am
helllloooo i'm emily!!
i'm a girl and i'm 16 years old and i live in new york.
some important things about me are that i love justin bieber
and miley cyrus and tumblr and one direction and mitt romney
and i'm a republican LOL and i love shopping and the colour
pink and thats allllll bye c:

also one of the default colours should be magenta.. that would be
a lot more useful for me thanks <333

inb4 harvey freaks out and never logs in again because he thinks im stalking him l o l
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on July 25, 2012, 12:38:28 am
Uhhh...you're really some guy laughing his ass off thinking it's a great troll, right?  :?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: AFK on July 25, 2012, 12:40:41 am
I think Harvey is in the pool on the roof. 
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: SexyFish on July 25, 2012, 12:47:35 am
Uhhh...you're really some guy laughing his ass off thinking it's a great troll, right?  :?

hahahah i wish
but seriously you're literally the 1 millionth person to think that and i guess
you're okay for thinking so since i'm a girl on the internet but i'm really a
girl i promise c':
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: N E T on July 25, 2012, 12:51:04 am
Uhhh...you're really some guy laughing his ass off thinking it's a great troll, right?  :?

hahahah i wish
but seriously you're literally the 1 millionth person to think that and i guess
you're okay for thinking so since i'm a girl on the internet but i'm really a
girl i promise c':


Impressive. Groundbreaking. Sophisticated.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Pope Pixie Pickle on July 25, 2012, 12:52:59 am
helllloooo i'm emily!!
i'm a girl and i'm 16 years old and i live in new york.
some important things about me are that i love justin bieber
and miley cyrus and tumblr and one direction and mitt romney
and i'm a republican LOL and i love shopping and the colour
pink and thats allllll bye c:

also one of the default colours should be magenta.. that would be
a lot more useful for me thanks <333

inb4 harvey freaks out and never logs in again because he thinks im stalking him l o l


http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,32829.0.html

Intro thread- you youngun's need to find it and GET OFF MY LAWN!

also, pink is teh eye hurty on the blue. Try purple for fabulous and great justice.

Also this is PeeDee. We have real live women here. : checks self: yep, them's a pair of tits.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: SexyFish on July 25, 2012, 01:08:15 am
helllloooo i'm emily!!
i'm a girl and i'm 16 years old and i live in new york.
some important things about me are that i love justin bieber
and miley cyrus and tumblr and one direction and mitt romney
and i'm a republican LOL and i love shopping and the colour
pink and thats allllll bye c:

also one of the default colours should be magenta.. that would be
a lot more useful for me thanks <333

inb4 harvey freaks out and never logs in again because he thinks im stalking him l o l


http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,32829.0.html

Intro thread- you youngun's need to find it and GET OFF MY LAWN!

also, pink is teh eye hurty on the blue. Try purple for fabulous and great justice.

Also this is PeeDee. We have real live women here. : checks self: yep, them's a pair of tits.

lol actually i read that thread~

yes i realize magenta is hard on the eyes, i've been told but i like it sooooo

and yay!! i have tits too, twins<3333
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Salty on July 25, 2012, 01:41:11 am
Hey SexyFish.

I like your bold new approach to thinking. You're just the stuff Discordia needs. Please never leave and turn up the dial to that font color to 11, will ya? No sense in half-assing things.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on July 25, 2012, 02:02:13 am
She reminds me of PKLS.
And Justin Bieber is even BETTER than Prince William.  :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: SexyFish on July 25, 2012, 02:30:59 am
Hey SexyFish.

I like your bold new approach to thinking. You're just the stuff Discordia needs. Please never leave and turn up the dial to that font color to 11, will ya? No sense in half-assing things.

hehe yayyy! and i'll definitely look into that size 11 font even though it reminds me of size 11 jeans which i would cry if i wore them.

She reminds me of PKLS.
And Justin Bieber is even BETTER than Prince William.  :lulz:

who is PKLS?
and justin bieber is better than everyone tbh ;o)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Murmur on July 25, 2012, 02:53:30 am
We could have had it aaaaaaaaaaall... trollin' in the deeeeeeeeeeeeeep...
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: AFK on July 25, 2012, 02:55:39 am
What did the noob Wildebeest say to the other?
 
hiiiiiii, i'm gnu! :)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Murmur on July 25, 2012, 02:56:16 am
 :horrormirth: :horrormirth: :horrormirth: :horrormirth:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on July 25, 2012, 03:01:52 am
Where is Nigel?  :lol:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: SexyFish on July 25, 2012, 03:02:41 am
We could have had it aaaaaaaaaaall... trollin' in the deeeeeeeeeeeeeep...

clever hun but i'm a female (:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Suu on July 25, 2012, 03:04:28 am
I am so glad we have more women around here.

My tits were getting lonely.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on July 25, 2012, 03:12:09 am
*looks down*

I have two tits! <3
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Dark Monk on July 25, 2012, 03:14:42 am
Mine are flat :(
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 25, 2012, 06:09:26 am
We could have had it aaaaaaaaaaall... trollin' in the deeeeeeeeeeeeeep...

clever hun but i'm a female (:

OMG ME TOO! GIRLS MAKE THE BEST TROLLS!!!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 25, 2012, 06:13:12 am
BUMP
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 25, 2012, 06:13:47 am
I am so glad we have more women around here.

My tits were getting lonely.

I know, what with the not having any women on the board!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on July 25, 2012, 06:26:26 am
Welcome Emily.  Don't be surprised if talking about Justin Bieber and how you are a girl and pretty much nothing else will cause some regulars to mock and/or hound you during your time here.

Do not expect to have your own board made for you and be unable to post anywhere else, however.  We have that much going for us. :lol:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Telarus on July 25, 2012, 07:06:16 am
Hi Emily.



Did you know that Miley Cyrus is a really real ("fo'realness") Discordian American Princess??



I know, I know, there are some silly crazy 'initiation' things to go through... but I think we might just have a candidate in you!

Please answer the following screening questions:

Are you willing to wear Lovecraftian cosplay in public? Are you O.K. working with animals (example: the Hounds of Tindalos)? Are you allergic to telepathic cats? Can you name any Henson production that did not involve "the Muppets"?

Please post your answers and then bury a pair of your unmentionables in your backyard ('Clean ones! Who do you are dealing with here?'), and one of our underground agents will get back to you shortly.

If everything checks out, we will enroll you in Course 101 - Introductory Quantum Tantra.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 25, 2012, 07:32:28 am
There is no point. It's why Nigel demands it.

It's why we can't have nice things. Or any things.

I miss things.

Nigel broke them for no reason.  And then she slapped me and called me a dirty little whore.

TDRR,
Dirty, dirty little whore.

1. They were IN MY WAY

2. I like them better broken

3. You dirty little whore.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 25, 2012, 07:33:08 am
There is no point. It's why Nigel demands it.

It's why we can't have nice things. Or any things.

Also, I know what I like when I see it, and I like tea-stained.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Murmur on July 25, 2012, 08:24:04 am
We could have had it aaaaaaaaaaall... trollin' in the deeeeeeeeeeeeeep...

clever hun but i'm a female (:

Hey, babycakes... so am I.  :eek:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on July 25, 2012, 08:26:47 am
Welcome Emily.  Don't be surprised if talking about Justin Bieber and how you are a girl and pretty much nothing else will cause some regulars to mock and/or hound you during your time here.

Do not expect to have your own board made for you and be unable to post anywhere else, however.  We have that much going for us. :lol:

They made her a playpen over there?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Faust on July 25, 2012, 09:11:13 am
*scrolls to chapter one of introduction to trolling book, finds sexyfish*

....

*scrolls master techniques of trolling:Impersonating a lame troll, finds sexyfish*
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 25, 2012, 09:35:19 am
This thread smells of deep fat fried sarcasm.

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 25, 2012, 09:56:07 am
There is no point. It's why Nigel demands it.

It's why we can't have nice things. Or any things.

Also, I know what I like when I see it, and I like tea-stained.

Oh really? Please tell me more.

(http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_VpXDQXroJCo/TTRvWKQbb-I/AAAAAAAAA6E/BWZ-3eCf26E/s320/willy-wonka-wilder.jpg)

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: AFK on July 25, 2012, 10:56:28 am
PD specializes in deep fried high-caloric content. 
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 25, 2012, 11:09:56 am
PD specializes in deep fried high-caloric content.

Ive noticed.

Do you serve deep fried chicken or just sarcasm, irony and sorrow?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: AFK on July 25, 2012, 12:47:49 pm
Only on Wednesdays.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on July 25, 2012, 01:12:24 pm
Hi SF.

I'll be really impressed if you're still here in three months still posting in pink and talking about Beebz.  And Boobz.  And not much else. 
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 25, 2012, 01:21:43 pm
Only on Wednesdays.

DAMN YOU SOLAR MOVEMENT AND GRADUAL ROTATION AROUND THE SUN! *Shakes fist at sky*
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: SexyFish on July 25, 2012, 01:24:57 pm
literally cracking up at everything you guys have said LOL
thank you for all the welcomes!! (:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 25, 2012, 01:26:17 pm
literally cracking up at everything you guys have said LOL
thank you for all the welcomes!! (:


Sheesh, well this is going to be fun.   :kingmeh:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 25, 2012, 01:53:47 pm
I think we should all go over to FG and show our approval of recent developments.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 25, 2012, 01:54:33 pm
It's no use.  They're special flowers that deserve their own intro threads.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Ecstasy on July 26, 2012, 06:56:38 pm
Welcome Emily.  Don't be surprised if talking about Justin Bieber and how you are a girl and pretty much nothing else will cause some regulars to mock and/or hound you during your time here.

Do not expect to have your own board made for you and be unable to post anywhere else, however.  We have that much going for us. :lol:

They made her a playpen over there?

Hwy, it worked for awhile.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 27, 2012, 06:18:21 am
Welcome Emily.  Don't be surprised if talking about Justin Bieber and how you are a girl and pretty much nothing else will cause some regulars to mock and/or hound you during your time here.

Do not expect to have your own board made for you and be unable to post anywhere else, however.  We have that much going for us. :lol:

They made her a playpen over there?

Hwy, it worked for awhile.

Hello, new person.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Ecstasy on July 27, 2012, 09:41:44 am
Welcome Emily.  Don't be surprised if talking about Justin Bieber and how you are a girl and pretty much nothing else will cause some regulars to mock and/or hound you during your time here.

Do not expect to have your own board made for you and be unable to post anywhere else, however.  We have that much going for us. :lol:

They made her a playpen over there?

Hwy, it worked for awhile.

Hello, new person.

Hello, PROFOUNDLY RETARDED CHARLIE MANSON.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 27, 2012, 09:42:54 am
I never bothered to use this thread.

And FYI ectasy is likely to troll you in some way or other.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Ecstasy on July 27, 2012, 09:55:40 am
And FYI ectasy is likely to troll you in some way or other.

Oh yeah, I'm real scary. Whoooooooo.  :roll:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 27, 2012, 09:59:49 am
And FYI ectasy is likely to troll you in some way or other.

Oh yeah, I'm real scary. Whoooooooo.  :roll:

He IS from fizzy grizzly after all.

Same as me.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Ecstasy on July 27, 2012, 10:11:26 am
And FYI ectasy is likely to troll you in some way or other.

Oh yeah, I'm real scary. Whoooooooo.  :roll:

He IS from fizzy grizzly after all.

Same as me.

Except, you know, they like me.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 27, 2012, 10:13:24 am
And FYI ectasy is likely to troll you in some way or other.

Oh yeah, I'm real scary. Whoooooooo.  :roll:

He IS from fizzy grizzly after all.

Same as me.

Except, you know, they like me.

How are you so sure?

You are associating yourself with me.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on July 27, 2012, 12:55:12 pm
Greetings, ecstasy. 
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Placid Dingo on July 27, 2012, 12:58:06 pm
And FYI ectasy is likely to troll you in some way or other.

Oh yeah, I'm real scary. Whoooooooo.  :roll:

Im in ECSTACY whenever we're togetherrrr!

I'm in ECSTACY twenty four seveeeeeeen!

Hello.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Sir Bearington on July 27, 2012, 01:07:00 pm
And FYI ectasy is likely to troll you in some way or other.

Oh yeah, I'm real scary. Whoooooooo.  :roll:

Im in ECSTACY whenever we're togetherrrr!

I'm in ECSTACY twenty four seveeeeeeen!

Hello.

She's a naughty girl with a bad habit.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: AFK on July 27, 2012, 01:19:18 pm
That's what they said about Mother Theresa.


:rimshot:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 27, 2012, 01:45:03 pm
And FYI ectasy is likely to troll you in some way or other.

Oh yeah, I'm real scary. Whoooooooo.  :roll:

Welcome aboard.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: huh? on July 29, 2012, 06:55:14 am
Hello PD.

I am Huh, and I should probably lurk more. That's torn it I guess.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Placid Dingo on July 29, 2012, 09:07:02 am
Hello PD.

I am Huh, and I should probably lurk more. That's torn it I guess.

You've been lurking for I while haven't you?

I should think you're about ready for initiation.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Luna on July 29, 2012, 01:46:34 pm
Hello PD.

I am Huh, and I should probably lurk more. That's torn it I guess.

You've been lurking for I while haven't you?

I should think you're about ready for initiation.

It's your turn to aquire the goat.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Paul the Psychic Octopus on July 29, 2012, 01:49:54 pm
Ello there, I've lurked for a while and finally got my account activated today  :fap: Woo!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 29, 2012, 06:11:46 pm
Hello PD.

I am Huh, and I should probably lurk more. That's torn it I guess.

Hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 29, 2012, 06:12:07 pm
Ello there, I've lurked for a while and finally got my account activated today  :fap: Woo!

Hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: PoFP on July 29, 2012, 08:43:57 pm
Hello everyone!   :fnord:

My name is Justin. I'm 16. I'm American. I'm an ass-man but think breasts are still great.

I've been interested in the ideas that Discordianism expresses since before I knew about Discordianism. I first heard of it while researching the amazing man known as Robert Anton Wilson. His writings and ideas have had my attention for over a year now. I've been going insane for about 2 years now.

I had always assumed that Discordians were somewhat of a dying breed because I never heard anyone really talk about it. That was until I found PD.com. As soon as I found out about this forum, I had to join. I've been lurking for a few days now, and this is probably the funniest and smartest forum I've ever been on, and honestly, I'm kind of nervous. But, it seems to me like a lot of us have a very similar sense of humor.

I look forward to my time I'm going to spend here.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Juana Go? on July 29, 2012, 08:56:58 pm
A veritable flood of noobs! Welcome! Pool is on the roof.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 29, 2012, 10:25:14 pm
Hello everyone!   :fnord:

My name is Justin. I'm 16. I'm American. I'm an ass-man but think breasts are still great.

I've been interested in the ideas that Discordianism expresses since before I knew about Discordianism. I first heard of it while researching the amazing man known as Robert Anton Wilson. His writings and ideas have had my attention for over a year now. I've been going insane for about 2 years now.

I had always assumed that Discordians were somewhat of a dying breed because I never heard anyone really talk about it. That was until I found PD.com. As soon as I found out about this forum, I had to join. I've been lurking for a few days now, and this is probably the funniest and smartest forum I've ever been on, and honestly, I'm kind of nervous. But, it seems to me like a lot of us have a very similar sense of humor.

I look forward to my time I'm going to spend here.

Hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: MMMW on July 30, 2012, 12:58:58 am
Howdy. I've already made a few weak contributions but I'm better at lurking. At first, I was kinda surprised about how regulated this forum was (even though it's not that regulated) but I appreciate those who save it from turning into a murky swamp of fnord.

A little about myself - I'm into filmmaking but I definitely don't have anything to brag about yet. Now that I've met Eris, my next film is going to be a train wreck. I keep changing my avatar and don't even know what MMMW means anymore. I'm one of those idiots, that don't even need to play dumb.

In brief, I'll try to help (mostly by shutting up) but don't expect much from me. Noob 4 lyfe!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 30, 2012, 03:22:01 am
Howdy. I've already made a few weak contributions but I'm better at lurking. At first, I was kinda surprised about how regulated this forum was (even though it's not that regulated) but I appreciate those who save it from turning into a murky swamp of fnord.

A little about myself - I'm into filmmaking but I definitely don't have anything to brag about yet. Now that I've met Eris, my next film is going to be a train wreck. I keep changing my avatar and don't even know what MMMW means anymore. I'm one of those idiots, that don't even need to play dumb.

In brief, I'll try to help (mostly by shutting up) but don't expect much from me. Noob 4 lyfe!

hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on July 30, 2012, 05:30:11 am
Hi, everybody.

We might get some pretty good ones out of this bunch. At least my FG sensors aren't going off, and I haven't seen any pinealizms or "LOOK AT ME IMMA RILLY REALZ WACKY DISCORDIAN!"

Welcome. Jump right in.  :)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: huh? on July 30, 2012, 06:17:29 am
Hello PD.

I am Huh, and I should probably lurk more. That's torn it I guess.

You've been lurking for I while haven't you?

I should think you're about ready for initiation.

Judging by what I've been reading here lately, I think I'll need to brush up on my writing skills, and read a whole bunch more first.

Thanks for your welcomes, not sure how much I'll be able to contribute myself at this stage but I'll have a go.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on July 30, 2012, 08:28:46 am
Awesome, loads of new people!  Hi everyone!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Placid Dingo on July 30, 2012, 08:35:07 am
Hey guys.

Don't stress too much about the quality. Jump in and spit something out, it's the only way to improve your stuff.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on July 30, 2012, 09:11:12 am
Hey guys.

Don't stress too much about the quality. Jump in and spit something out, it's the only way to improve your stuff.

Yes, this.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 30, 2012, 01:59:53 pm
ATTN:  New people

Subject:  :crankey:

That is all.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on July 30, 2012, 09:07:12 pm
N00blings, the collection plate shall be passed round shortly. I ran out of beer and I am fucking thirsty. Contribute generously, for your soul does hang in the balance.

Also, I hate you all, and wish you miserable and short careers on this forum, an inability to ever post anywhere else without fearing that the guy you are posting at is actually Roger in a tutu, and permanant sideways erections.

That is all.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 30, 2012, 09:09:59 pm
N00blings, the collection plate shall be passed round shortly. I ran out of beer and I am fucking thirsty. Contribute generously, for your soul does hang in the balance.

Also, I hate you all, and wish you miserable and short careers on this forum, an inability to ever post anywhere else without fearing that the guy you are posting at is actually Roger in a tutu, and permanant sideways erections.

That is all.

You're omitting an even more hideous possibility.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on July 30, 2012, 09:10:56 pm
N00blings, the collection plate shall be passed round shortly. I ran out of beer and I am fucking thirsty. Contribute generously, for your soul does hang in the balance.

Also, I hate you all, and wish you miserable and short careers on this forum, an inability to ever post anywhere else without fearing that the guy you are posting at is actually Roger in a tutu, and permanant sideways erections.

That is all.

You're omitting an even more hideous possibility.

That you are continuously in a tutu anyway, one crafted from your locks of flowing nether-hair?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on July 30, 2012, 09:14:47 pm
N00blings, the collection plate shall be passed round shortly. I ran out of beer and I am fucking thirsty. Contribute generously, for your soul does hang in the balance.

Also, I hate you all, and wish you miserable and short careers on this forum, an inability to ever post anywhere else without fearing that the guy you are posting at is actually Roger in a tutu, and permanant sideways erections.

That is all.

You're omitting an even more hideous possibility.

That you are continuously in a tutu anyway, one crafted from your locks of flowing nether-hair?

That, and the fact that if I WAS wearing a tutu, two things would be self-evident:

1.  You wouldn't be able to see it, and

2.  It would be by now a permanent fixture, having fossilized in place with ancient scrotal sweat and vindaloo farts.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on July 30, 2012, 09:19:52 pm
N00blings, the collection plate shall be passed round shortly. I ran out of beer and I am fucking thirsty. Contribute generously, for your soul does hang in the balance.

Also, I hate you all, and wish you miserable and short careers on this forum, an inability to ever post anywhere else without fearing that the guy you are posting at is actually Roger in a tutu, and permanant sideways erections.

That is all.

You're omitting an even more hideous possibility.

That you are continuously in a tutu anyway, one crafted from your locks of flowing nether-hair?

That, and the fact that if I WAS wearing a tutu, two things would be self-evident:

1.  You wouldn't be able to see it, and

2.  It would be by now a permanent fixture, having fossilized in place with ancient scrotal sweat and vindaloo farts.

You truly are a wondrous creature, and proof that one or more gods, or fewer, exist.

PRAISE BE!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Luna on July 30, 2012, 11:54:01 pm
N00blings, the collection plate shall be passed round shortly. I ran out of beer and I am fucking thirsty. Contribute generously, for your soul does hang in the balance.

Also, I hate you all, and wish you miserable and short careers on this forum, an inability to ever post anywhere else without fearing that the guy you are posting at is actually Roger in a tutu, and permanant sideways erections.

That is all.

You're omitting an even more hideous possibility.

That you are continuously in a tutu anyway, one crafted from your locks of flowing nether-hair?

That, and the fact that if I WAS wearing a tutu, two things would be self-evident:

1.  You wouldn't be able to see it, and

2.  It would be by now a permanent fixture, having fossilized in place with ancient scrotal sweat and vindaloo farts.

You truly are a wondrous creature, and proof that one or more gods, or fewer, exist.

PRAISE BE!

The mind boggles.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: President Television on August 01, 2012, 03:51:19 am
Hello, I'm Uncle Wallified. I'm not actually new here, but I've been so incredibly shy for the past six months or so that I think I actually have to formally reintroduce myself just to get back in the habit of talking to people without having horrible panic attacks. I find this development troubling.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 01, 2012, 03:53:40 am
Hello, I'm Uncle Wallified. I'm not actually new here, but I've been so incredibly shy for the past six months or so that I think I actually have to formally reintroduce myself just to get back in the habit of talking to people without having horrible panic attacks. I find this development troubling.

Just ask yourself, "What would your avatar do?"

Take hallucinagenics, and beat up random strangers, that's what he'd do.  I don't suggest you do that, come to think of it.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: President Television on August 01, 2012, 04:06:04 am
Hello, I'm Uncle Wallified. I'm not actually new here, but I've been so incredibly shy for the past six months or so that I think I actually have to formally reintroduce myself just to get back in the habit of talking to people without having horrible panic attacks. I find this development troubling.

Just ask yourself, "What would your avatar do?"

Take hallucinagenics, and beat up random strangers, that's what he'd do.  I don't suggest you do that, come to think of it.

I'm told that I overthink things.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 01, 2012, 06:50:42 am
Hello, I'm Uncle Wallified. I'm not actually new here, but I've been so incredibly shy for the past six months or so that I think I actually have to formally reintroduce myself just to get back in the habit of talking to people without having horrible panic attacks. I find this development troubling.

hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 01, 2012, 06:51:52 am
Hello PD.

I am Huh, and I should probably lurk more. That's torn it I guess.

You've been lurking for I while haven't you?

I should think you're about ready for initiation.

Judging by what I've been reading here lately, I think I'll need to brush up on my writing skills, and read a whole bunch more first.

Thanks for your welcomes, not sure how much I'll be able to contribute myself at this stage but I'll have a go.

Hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on August 01, 2012, 10:12:59 am
Hey there, forum. I'm not new either, but I don't think I ever formally introduced myself.

Also it's 2 am and I think I'm being funny. I'm going to wake up and say "oh God dammit." When I see this again.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 01, 2012, 01:53:31 pm
Hello, I'm Uncle Wallified. I'm not actually new here, but I've been so incredibly shy for the past six months or so that I think I actually have to formally reintroduce myself just to get back in the habit of talking to people without having horrible panic attacks. I find this development troubling.

Just ask yourself, "What would your avatar do?"

Take hallucinagenics, and beat up random strangers, that's what he'd do.  I don't suggest you do that, come to think of it.

I'm told that I overthink things.

Didn't out previous & glorious president G.W. Bush tell us to "think with our gut"?  That shit on the top of your spinal cord is nothing but trouble.  It's like reading books...They're tricky, and can give you all manner of dangerous ideas.

Just jam your dick in the grinder and stand there with a hopeful smile on your face.  Thinking only gets in the way.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 01, 2012, 04:12:04 pm
Hey there, forum. I'm not new either, but I don't think I ever formally introduced myself.

Also it's 2 am and I think I'm being funny. I'm going to wake up and say "oh God dammit." When I see this again.

Hey  there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Triple Zero on August 02, 2012, 08:58:43 pm
Hey there, forum. I'm not new either, but I don't think I ever formally introduced myself.

Also it's 2 am and I think I'm being funny. I'm going to wake up and say "oh God dammit." When I see this again.

Hey  there, new guy!

Hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: standvast on August 03, 2012, 10:31:21 am
Hi ya ~

i used to be a mirelurk, but not any longer.
me emerge from the murky !!!



Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Placid Dingo on August 03, 2012, 03:20:21 pm
Hi ya ~

i used to be a mirelurk, but not any longer.
me emerge from the murky !!!




Hey thar Dutchspag.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: SmogofCogs on August 05, 2012, 04:21:32 am
Hi! i'm here. i'm human. i'm a pretty awkward slow learning type. i get the sense that i may be able to learn something here. i feel a range of emotions and thoughts. lately i've been trying to cultivate more sense of direction in life (yes i'm still naive enough to think i can control or even know where i'm going) because i'm young and mostly purposeless and i react to that with anxiety and depression. i'm all like "jeez luk wut mozart did wen he wuz ur age, you no good piece of shit" but alas i find no solace in committing to(o) much, or realizing that shame is not the game. sometimes there's not even pleasure in the thought of expanding my head space. but more important than direction (because fuck that shit) i'm just trying to feel it as it comes, keep pinching myself and keep a stable memory so i don't integrate (death is scary bro)

i'm open to/for interpretation
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 05, 2012, 07:13:49 am
Hi! i'm here. i'm human. i'm a pretty awkward slow learning type. i get the sense that i may be able to learn something here. i feel a range of emotions and thoughts. lately i've been trying to cultivate more sense of direction in life (yes i'm still naive enough to think i can control or even know where i'm going) because i'm young and mostly purposeless and i react to that with anxiety and depression. i'm all like "jeez luk wut mozart did wen he wuz ur age, you no good piece of shit" but alas i find no solace in committing to(o) much, or realizing that shame is not the game. sometimes there's not even pleasure in the thought of expanding my head space. but more important than direction (because fuck that shit) i'm just trying to feel it as it comes, keep pinching myself and keep a stable memory so i don't integrate (death is scary bro)

i'm open to/for interpretation

I like what you have to say, new guy. Welcome!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: tyrannosaurus vex on August 05, 2012, 07:15:39 am
Son of a bitch, a noob who found the Introductions thread.

The fact that this is progress worries me :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 05, 2012, 07:16:55 am
Son of a bitch, a noob who found the Introductions thread.

The fact that this is progress worries me :lulz:

It's going to be alright, v3x. It'll be alright.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 05, 2012, 06:18:41 pm
Son of a bitch, a noob who found the Introductions thread.

The fact that this is progress worries me :lulz:

It's going to be alright, v3x. It'll be alright.

NO IT'S ALL ROONT FOREVER!  :cry:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Lenin McCarthy on August 05, 2012, 06:48:41 pm
Hi! i'm here. i'm human. i'm a pretty awkward slow learning type. i get the sense that i may be able to learn something here. i feel a range of emotions and thoughts. lately i've been trying to cultivate more sense of direction in life (yes i'm still naive enough to think i can control or even know where i'm going) because i'm young and mostly purposeless and i react to that with anxiety and depression. i'm all like "jeez luk wut mozart did wen he wuz ur age, you no good piece of shit" but alas i find no solace in committing to(o) much, or realizing that shame is not the game. sometimes there's not even pleasure in the thought of expanding my head space. but more important than direction (because fuck that shit) i'm just trying to feel it as it comes, keep pinching myself and keep a stable memory so i don't integrate (death is scary bro)

i'm open to/for interpretation
Welcome, new guy! I can identify quite strongly with that introduction.

And fuck Mozart. He a) lost his childhood and b) his music is really gay and c) overrated.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: N E T on August 07, 2012, 08:40:43 am
Welcome new people.

May butts be upon you.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: contagionkhaotic on August 11, 2012, 06:52:53 am
I would introduce myself but I seriously think I prefer lurking much more, and then quoting the things I read here to random strangers who have no idea what is going on. Its terrible fun to watch them twitch in confusion as they run away terrified. So thank you for providing me with strange new words to spew at the unsuspecting populace of cabbages. ^______^ and remember, CTHULHU WANTS YOU    ................................................. FOR BREAKFAST!!!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Placid Dingo on August 11, 2012, 08:05:56 am
I would introduce myself but I seriously think I prefer lurking much more, and then quoting the things I read here to random strangers who have no idea what is going on. Its terrible fun to watch them twitch in confusion as they run away terrified. So thank you for providing me with strange new words to spew at the unsuspecting populace of cabbages. ^______^ and remember, CTHULHU WANTS YOU    ................................................. FOR BREAKFAST!!!

O hai noob.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 11, 2012, 09:05:25 am
I would introduce myself but I seriously think I prefer lurking much more, and then quoting the things I read here to random strangers who have no idea what is going on. Its terrible fun to watch them twitch in confusion as they run away terrified. So thank you for providing me with strange new words to spew at the unsuspecting populace of cabbages. ^______^ and remember, CTHULHU WANTS YOU    ................................................. FOR BREAKFAST!!!

Hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 12, 2012, 04:34:08 am
I would introduce myself but I seriously think I prefer lurking much more, and then quoting the things I read here to random strangers who have no idea what is going on. Its terrible fun to watch them twitch in confusion as they run away terrified.

Um.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on August 12, 2012, 10:57:22 am
I would introduce myself but I seriously think I prefer lurking much more, and then quoting the things I read here to random strangers who have no idea what is going on. Its terrible fun to watch them twitch in confusion as they run away terrified.

Um.

Probably a kid.  I was the same back in high school.

Hey, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Signora Pæsior on August 13, 2012, 12:51:21 pm
OHAI THERE.

I appear to be, like, new here and stuff. Also, I'm writing this late late at night and with far less caffeine in my system than I'd like, so this is probably going to make even less sense than I usually do when I try and communicate with the outside world. Especially since half my attempts at "communication" actually end up more like stream of consciousness rambles about stuff no one cares about.

I'm not sure that the internet even qualifies as the outside world, now that I'm thinking about it. Anyway.

I'm a bit shit at introducing myself. I feel like I'm setting a standard I will inevitably fall short of when I actually start conversing with people, so I figure it's better to just kind of grunt in acknowledgement of other presences. It's setting the bar to a low enough standard that I might be able to hop over it occasionally and come across as someone with a modicum of intelligence.

Sometimes. Christ, I need more cola.

Oh, and the horrible personal defect that led me to you is my fiancée. He's been rambling at me about Discordianism pretty much since we started dating and it's only in the last week or so that I've actually started listening. And now I'm here. Go figure.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cain on August 13, 2012, 01:16:18 pm
Listening to Paesior?  Do never.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 13, 2012, 01:27:45 pm

Oh, and the horrible personal defect that led me to you is my fiancée. He's been rambling at me about Discordianism pretty much since we started dating and it's only in the last week or so that I've actually started listening. And now I'm here. Go figure.

Listening to Paesor may lead to convulsions, ass cancer, and The Little River Band.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Signora Pæsior on August 13, 2012, 01:46:43 pm
Listening to Paesior?  Do never.

It's a terrifying concept for all involved, really.


Oh, and the horrible personal defect that led me to you is my fiancée. He's been rambling at me about Discordianism pretty much since we started dating and it's only in the last week or so that I've actually started listening. And now I'm here. Go figure.

Listening to Paesor may lead to convulsions, ass cancer, and The Little River Band.

Two outta three ain't bad...
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 13, 2012, 01:47:56 pm
Listening to Paesior?  Do never.

It's a terrifying concept for all involved, really.


Oh, and the horrible personal defect that led me to you is my fiancée. He's been rambling at me about Discordianism pretty much since we started dating and it's only in the last week or so that I've actually started listening. And now I'm here. Go figure.

Listening to Paesor may lead to convulsions, ass cancer, and The Little River Band.

Two outta three ain't bad...

For your sake, I hope it's the last one you managed to dodge.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Juana Go? on August 13, 2012, 01:50:40 pm
:lulz:

Welcome!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 13, 2012, 01:54:41 pm
:lulz:

Welcome!

DON'T LISTEN TO HER, SIGNORA!  THEY'RE ALL NUTS HERE!

Except me, of course.  I'm in Tucson.  We're not weird, here.  Not like the others.  The problem with Garbo is she laughs at all the wrong jokes.  The problem with LMNO is that he's not here right now.  The problem with Nigel is that there's too damn many of her.  No, I am the only person you can trust here, when it comes to things like good advice (I wrote commandments 11-20, after all), and I am the only one here that can actually communicate.

YOU JABRONIS HEAR THAT?  YEAH.  YOU PEOPLE MAKE NO SENSE.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Signora Pæsior on August 13, 2012, 01:57:10 pm
For your sake, I hope it's the last one you managed to dodge.

Even on the best of days, I can't tell the difference between ass cancer and The Little River Band.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Signora Pæsior on August 13, 2012, 02:09:33 pm
:lulz:

Welcome!

DON'T LISTEN TO HER, SIGNORA!  THEY'RE ALL NUTS HERE!

Except me, of course.  I'm in Tucson.  We're not weird, here.  Not like the others.  The problem with Garbo is she laughs at all the wrong jokes.  The problem with LMNO is that he's not here right now.  The problem with Nigel is that there's too damn many of her.  No, I am the only person you can trust here, when it comes to things like good advice (I wrote commandments 11-20, after all), and I am the only one here that can actually communicate.

YOU JABRONIS HEAR THAT?  YEAH.  YOU PEOPLE MAKE NO SENSE.

And no one weird ever originated from Tuscon, obviously.

Also, I'm pretty sure the problem with Nigel is that there aren't enough of her.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 13, 2012, 02:14:35 pm
:lulz:

Welcome!

DON'T LISTEN TO HER, SIGNORA!  THEY'RE ALL NUTS HERE!

Except me, of course.  I'm in Tucson.  We're not weird, here.  Not like the others.  The problem with Garbo is she laughs at all the wrong jokes.  The problem with LMNO is that he's not here right now.  The problem with Nigel is that there's too damn many of her.  No, I am the only person you can trust here, when it comes to things like good advice (I wrote commandments 11-20, after all), and I am the only one here that can actually communicate.

YOU JABRONIS HEAR THAT?  YEAH.  YOU PEOPLE MAKE NO SENSE.

And no one weird ever originated from Tuscon, obviously.

Also, I'm pretty sure the problem with Nigel is that there aren't enough of her.

1.  Tucson is the Holy City™.  It's our job to keep you crazy bastards from getting out of hand.  This leads to an unusual amount of stress, resulting in our mayor wandering the streets at night, drunkenly heaving up his guts at random passers-by.  It also means, apparently, that shooting the ice cream man is our official sport, and that our police officers and EMTs are constantly having nervous breakdowns.  But other than that, we're JUST FINE.  I'll never leave.  Help me.

2.  There's millions of her.  You can't swing a dead hipster in Portland without hitting Nigel.  And if you were so foolish as to actually DO that, don't bother running.  You'll only die tired.  Just save everyone a lot of time and effort, and pull your own bones out.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 13, 2012, 02:16:45 pm
For your sake, I hope it's the last one you managed to dodge.

Even on the best of days, I can't tell the difference between ass cancer and The Little River Band.

See, Garbo?  Some people HAVE heard of those jackasses!  They ruined the 80s for me.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Signora Pæsior on August 13, 2012, 02:22:53 pm
For your sake, I hope it's the last one you managed to dodge.

Even on the best of days, I can't tell the difference between ass cancer and The Little River Band.

See, Garbo?  Some people HAVE heard of those jackasses!  They ruined the 80s for me.

I wasn't even alive in the 80s and I still fucking hate them.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 13, 2012, 02:24:10 pm
For your sake, I hope it's the last one you managed to dodge.

Even on the best of days, I can't tell the difference between ass cancer and The Little River Band.

See, Garbo?  Some people HAVE heard of those jackasses!  They ruined the 80s for me.

I wasn't even alive in the 80s and I still fucking hate them.

I patiently waited through the 70s, for things to somehow get better.

Then the 80s happened.  :crankey:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Juana Go? on August 13, 2012, 02:25:46 pm
I feel sorry for you all, then. :lulz:


Quote
2.  There's millions of her.  You can't swing a dead hipster in Portland without hitting Nigel.  And if you were so foolish as to actually DO that, don't bother running.  You'll only die tired.  Just save everyone a lot of time and effort, and pull your own bones out.
I can vouch.for this, having been there very recently. She was everywhere, on every street, in every alley, in every shop. You cannot escape.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 13, 2012, 02:26:29 pm
I feel sorry for you all, then. :lulz:


Well, at least I wasn't hallucinating the whole thing.  That sort of shit worries me.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Demacrux on August 22, 2012, 06:19:08 pm
Hey,

Not the best at the introduction thing but willing to give it a go. I'm pretty quiet but I get really interested when talking about things that interest me. I often like to see what other people's thoughts on a variety of things. I am also pretty terrible at trying to describe myself using words as if that isn't readily apparent. But I keep myself open to change and whatever may happen, could be worth facing anyways. Maybe I'll get better at this forum thing over time though I don't know what to expect if anything at all.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Juana Go? on August 22, 2012, 06:21:26 pm
Oh, hey, a new person! Welcome!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on August 22, 2012, 06:39:55 pm
 :wave:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Hoopla! on August 22, 2012, 06:41:11 pm
Hello!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on August 22, 2012, 08:32:16 pm
Hi there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 22, 2012, 11:23:35 pm
Hey,

Not the best at the introduction thing but willing to give it a go. I'm pretty quiet but I get really interested when talking about things that interest me. I often like to see what other people's thoughts on a variety of things. I am also pretty terrible at trying to describe myself using words as if that isn't readily apparent. But I keep myself open to change and whatever may happen, could be worth facing anyways. Maybe I'll get better at this forum thing over time though I don't know what to expect if anything at all.

Hey there, new guy! You seem promising.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Placid Dingo on August 23, 2012, 01:54:08 pm
Hey,

Not the best at the introduction thing but willing to give it a go. I'm pretty quiet but I get really interested when talking about things that interest me. I often like to see what other people's thoughts on a variety of things. I am also pretty terrible at trying to describe myself using words as if that isn't readily apparent. But I keep myself open to change and whatever may happen, could be worth facing anyways. Maybe I'll get better at this forum thing over time though I don't know what to expect if anything at all.

Hey! What sort of things interest you?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Demacrux on August 23, 2012, 05:08:30 pm
Hey,

Not the best at the introduction thing but willing to give it a go. I'm pretty quiet but I get really interested when talking about things that interest me. I often like to see what other people's thoughts on a variety of things. I am also pretty terrible at trying to describe myself using words as if that isn't readily apparent. But I keep myself open to change and whatever may happen, could be worth facing anyways. Maybe I'll get better at this forum thing over time though I don't know what to expect if anything at all.

Hey! What sort of things interest you?

For starters, a wide variety of music, books, comics, art, games, places, history, science.. I just like finding out about all kinds of information. Guess it's in my interest to just find out as much as I can about a variety of topics.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on August 23, 2012, 05:17:50 pm
Ah, you're interested in "things, and stuff".


Well, we got plenty of that here.  Dive in! 



(But not into the pool.  I don't trust those shadows drifting across the bottom.)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Demacrux on August 23, 2012, 09:36:30 pm
Ah, you're interested in "things, and stuff".


Well, we got plenty of that here.  Dive in! 



(But not into the pool.  I don't trust those shadows drifting across the bottom.)

Pretty much. Well be sure to avoid the pool. Not fond of swimming much anyways.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: HandsomeGirl on August 23, 2012, 10:00:44 pm
Hello.  I read the P.D. quite a few years back, and I found it to be lovely.  I found this site not long after, and have generally lurked around off and on over the years.  I need something to do now, so, once again - Hello.
Also: I received one of these randomly from a stranger, not long after reading aforementioned book -
 (http://i1253.photobucket.com/albums/hh594/Anti-tillia/Untitled.jpg)
Do you sick fucks watch me or something? 
Seriously though, was it one of you?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Eater of Clowns on August 23, 2012, 10:28:59 pm
If they were masturbating furiously, it was LMNO.

If there were a mind boggling number of them, it was Nigel.

If they were poomping, it was TGRR.

If the card was photoshopped, it was Net.

If the text was Arial, it was also Net.

If it was a bookmark, it was Leln.

If you got a papercut, it was Richter.

If you got punched in the face at the same time, it was ECH.

If you hear metal guitar wanking, it was Nephew Hiroshima.

If the card is covered in vomit and booze and was thrown at your face, it was p3nt.

If that card is actually 3D rendered, it was Telarus.

If it came in some manner of curry, it was Freeky.

If there was a cat penis attached to it, it was Squid.

Welcome to PD.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: HandsomeGirl on August 23, 2012, 10:34:49 pm
I always hear metal guitar wanking.  Was it still Nephew Hiroshima?
Also could have been p3nt, as it was near a bar, on the sidewalk, in Missouri.  So everything smelled like vomit and booze.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Eater of Clowns on August 23, 2012, 10:56:45 pm
I always hear metal guitar wanking.  Was it still Nephew Hiroshima?
Also could have been p3nt, as it was near a bar, on the sidewalk, in Missouri.  So everything smelled like vomit and booze.

Missouri?  Fuck no, none of them would go there.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: HandsomeGirl on August 23, 2012, 11:07:55 pm
*sigh*  Still alone, then.  Trust me, I don't want to be here either.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on August 23, 2012, 11:51:03 pm
Heya, HG.  You need to go either East or West.  Maybe South.  Actually, That would put you in Louisiana.  Do that.  Keep going until you get to Decatur street, then stop.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: HandsomeGirl on August 24, 2012, 12:58:46 am
I'm not sure Louisana would be much better than Missouri.  Really, any place without terms like "legitimate rape" would work, though.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: AFK on August 24, 2012, 02:20:37 am
Well, I think that rules out Utah.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: AFK on August 24, 2012, 02:21:19 am
But then again, I think Utah rules out Utah. 

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: HandsomeGirl on August 24, 2012, 02:40:21 am
Utah's too salty, anyway.  And if I randomly picked up hot chicks, the magic underwear would completely turn me off.  I hear they're pervasive there.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Juana Go? on August 24, 2012, 04:24:33 am
California.


Also, hey you, new person! Welcome aboard!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 24, 2012, 04:26:09 am
Hello.  I read the P.D. quite a few years back, and I found it to be lovely.  I found this site not long after, and have generally lurked around off and on over the years.  I need something to do now, so, once again - Hello.
Also: I received one of these randomly from a stranger, not long after reading aforementioned book -
 (http://i1253.photobucket.com/albums/hh594/Anti-tillia/Untitled.jpg)
Do you sick fucks watch me or something? 
Seriously though, was it one of you?

Heyyyy there, now guy!

I never kiss and tell.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Telarus on August 24, 2012, 04:47:25 am
Hello new Spags!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on August 24, 2012, 06:17:08 am
Spaglets! Hiiiiiii!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: HandsomeGirl on August 24, 2012, 01:21:16 pm
Hello hello, general mushy love all around.

And Nigel, if it was you, I suppose I won't tell either then.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Reginald Ret on August 25, 2012, 07:00:16 am
Spaglets! Hiiiiiii!
Spaglets. Heh.
Lets try to keep that term alive.
It is so much friendlier than noob.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 25, 2012, 07:01:39 am
Hello hello, general mushy love all around.

And Nigel, if it was you, I suppose I won't tell either then.

If it was Nigel, your bones would all be on the outside.  And your skin would look like Chinese noodles.

So it's safe to assume that it wasn't Nigel.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: HandsomeGirl on August 25, 2012, 06:32:58 pm
Hello hello, general mushy love all around.

And Nigel, if it was you, I suppose I won't tell either then.

If it was Nigel, your bones would all be on the outside.  And your skin would look like Chinese noodles.

So it's safe to assume that it wasn't Nigel.

I somehow get the feeling you would have liked it if it was Nigel.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 25, 2012, 06:37:27 pm
Hello hello, general mushy love all around.

And Nigel, if it was you, I suppose I won't tell either then.

If it was Nigel, your bones would all be on the outside.  And your skin would look like Chinese noodles.

So it's safe to assume that it wasn't Nigel.

I somehow get the feeling you would have liked it if it was Nigel.


:herewego:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: HandsomeGirl on August 25, 2012, 07:02:48 pm
Hello hello, general mushy love all around.

And Nigel, if it was you, I suppose I won't tell either then.

If it was Nigel, your bones would all be on the outside.  And your skin would look like Chinese noodles.

So it's safe to assume that it wasn't Nigel.

I somehow get the feeling you would have liked it if it was Nigel.


:herewego:

I'm not trying to pick at you, good sir.  I just haven't learned how to take you yet.  I'm also mostly socially retarded, and that doesn't help. 
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 25, 2012, 07:36:45 pm
 :lol:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Nashitheki on September 01, 2012, 01:10:51 am
Nashitheki from America. I was at another site, that seemed none too friendly to the Discordians just as they were somewhat unfriendly to me. I figure we were doing something right to bring about such ill feelings from the likes of such. Anyway I look forward to reading more about what's going on.

Thank you for allowing me to join in.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: AFK on September 01, 2012, 01:13:56 am
I haven't allowed anything yet mister.  Fortunately for you they never give me the keys to this thing.  Have fun, check out the pool on The Roof.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Nashitheki on September 01, 2012, 01:18:23 am
I haven't allowed anything yet mister.  Fortunately for you they never give me the keys to this thing.  Have fun, check out the pool on The Roof.

Thanks, but I'll do better in a pond, rather than a pool
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: AFK on September 01, 2012, 01:21:05 am
I think the pond is likelier to be cleaner and not ridden with filth.  I suppose that was somewhat redundant.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 01, 2012, 03:47:26 am
Nashitheki from America. I was at another site, that seemed none too friendly to the Discordians just as they were somewhat unfriendly to me. I figure we were doing something right to bring about such ill feelings from the likes of such. Anyway I look forward to reading more about what's going on.

Thank you for allowing me to join in.

Are you the guy that bastard Howl sent over?

Don't listen to him.  He's bad for you.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cain on September 01, 2012, 08:24:15 am
Nashitheki from America. I was at another site, that seemed none too friendly to the Discordians just as they were somewhat unfriendly to me. I figure we were doing something right to bring about such ill feelings from the likes of such. Anyway I look forward to reading more about what's going on.

Thank you for allowing me to join in.

I probably know the site in question (and have been banned from it) but I have to ask anyway...which site?

You can PM me if you don't want to mention it on the forum.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chaser on September 06, 2012, 01:39:40 am
Ayo, I'm Chaser and I'm an Australian. You may know my grandson, cris. I don't really care, he rarely visits and never kisses me on the cheek.

This place scares me. Understand that where I'm from, if a thought can't be expressed in 25 words or less, it's better left unsaid. Something in the region of fifty words is a monumental thesis that will be ignored. The only person to have posted more than ONE HUNDRED individual words is Dok. Dok scares me. Even his username is two words. And this place is like, hundreds of Doks.

I haven't voluntarily read a book in about 5 years. You're gonna love me. It took me about 2mgs of Xanax just to write this.

COME AT ME BRAH
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 06, 2012, 01:46:10 am
Ayo, I'm Chaser and I'm an Australian. You may know my grandson, cris. I don't really care, he rarely visits and never kisses me on the cheek.

This place scares me. Understand that where I'm from, if a thought can't be expressed in 25 words or less, it's better left unsaid. Something in the region of fifty words is a monumental thesis that will be ignored. The only person to have posted more than ONE HUNDRED individual words is Dok. Dok scares me. Even his username is two words. And this place is like, hundreds of Doks.

I haven't voluntarily read a book in about 5 years. You're gonna love me. It took me about 2mgs of Xanax just to write this.

COME AT ME BRAH

Oh, you must be from the 21st cen

<sorry, ran out of characters>

tury.  How are things in your time?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chaser on September 06, 2012, 01:55:53 am
It's bloody crazy. Not only have fossils (age 40+) managed to learn how to use computers, they run their own Internet forums. It's more impressive than Koko the gorilla.

Unfortunately, my dad had been asking for help with email attachments for the last 5 years. It's cool though, he's just a hater on technology. Oh yeah, we say hater. That's our thing.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 06, 2012, 02:03:59 am
It's bloody crazy. Not only have fossils (age 40+) managed to learn how to use computers, they run their own Internet forums. It's more impressive than Koko the gorilla.

Unfortunately, my dad had been asking for help with email attachments for the last 5 years. It's cool though, he's just a hater on technology. Oh yeah, we say hater. That's our thing.

I am a hater myself.

For example, the English:

(http://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-snc7/s480x480/395251_10151502544977741_535434127_n.jpg)

WTF?  WTF?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 06, 2012, 02:06:49 am
Ayo, I'm Chaser and I'm an Australian. You may know my grandson, cris. I don't really care, he rarely visits and never kisses me on the cheek.

This place scares me. Understand that where I'm from, if a thought can't be expressed in 25 words or less, it's better left unsaid. Something in the region of fifty words is a monumental thesis that will be ignored. The only person to have posted more than ONE HUNDRED individual words is Dok. Dok scares me. Even his username is two words. And this place is like, hundreds of Doks.

I haven't voluntarily read a book in about 5 years. You're gonna love me. It took me about 2mgs of Xanax just to write this.

COME AT ME BRAH

Hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 06, 2012, 02:07:27 am
Ayo, I'm Chaser and I'm an Australian. You may know my grandson, cris. I don't really care, he rarely visits and never kisses me on the cheek.

This place scares me. Understand that where I'm from, if a thought can't be expressed in 25 words or less, it's better left unsaid. Something in the region of fifty words is a monumental thesis that will be ignored. The only person to have posted more than ONE HUNDRED individual words is Dok. Dok scares me. Even his username is two words. And this place is like, hundreds of Doks.

I haven't voluntarily read a book in about 5 years. You're gonna love me. It took me about 2mgs of Xanax just to write this.

COME AT ME BRAH

Hey there, new guy!

He's Austrian.  You should probably say "Gutentag".
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chaser on September 06, 2012, 02:09:41 am
wtf lol
This post count system is making me rethink my very shaky understanding of maths.
14...29...
I'm sure it wasn't like that when I was at school.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 06, 2012, 02:10:28 am
wtf lol
This post count system is making me rethink my very shaky understanding of maths.
14...29...
I'm sure it wasn't like that when I was at school.

Time is all stretchy here.  By this time last week, you'll have 2000 posts.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Juana Go? on September 06, 2012, 04:42:11 am
 :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 06, 2012, 06:25:37 am
Ayo, I'm Chaser and I'm an Australian. You may know my grandson, cris. I don't really care, he rarely visits and never kisses me on the cheek.

This place scares me. Understand that where I'm from, if a thought can't be expressed in 25 words or less, it's better left unsaid. Something in the region of fifty words is a monumental thesis that will be ignored. The only person to have posted more than ONE HUNDRED individual words is Dok. Dok scares me. Even his username is two words. And this place is like, hundreds of Doks.

I haven't voluntarily read a book in about 5 years. You're gonna love me. It took me about 2mgs of Xanax just to write this.

COME AT ME BRAH

Hey there, new guy!

He's Austrian.  You should probably say "Gutentag".

Hmmmm

I'll try that next time!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on September 06, 2012, 01:45:41 pm
Hey there, new long troll!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chaser on September 06, 2012, 02:05:00 pm
...long troll? Idk what that means..

Let's rave together <3
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Placid Dingo on September 06, 2012, 02:33:48 pm
...long troll? Idk what that means..

Let's rave together <3

I support this proposition.

Hello fellow upsidedowner.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chaser on September 06, 2012, 02:57:42 pm
If you're not from Sydney or Melbourne, I'm sorry, but we can't be friends.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Luna on September 06, 2012, 02:58:31 pm
If you're not from Sydney or Melbourne, I'm sorry, but we can't be friends.

Given that more than 99% of the forum here isn't from Sydney or Melbourne, why don't you bugger off and play elsewhere, then?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 06, 2012, 03:00:31 pm
If you're not from Sydney or Melbourne, I'm sorry, but we can't be friends.

Just because they can stand fully upright is no reason to hate on them, Chaser.

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chaser on September 06, 2012, 03:05:54 pm
I was talking to the Aussie.
And it's a joke, yeah? So chill. My agenda here isn't to troll or be a prick, if that's the impression I was giving off. I was a little bored and I enjoy Dok's posts on our side of things, so I thought I'd come over for a laugh. I don't take myself that seriously and I probably haven't fitted in too well to the culture of this place, judging by the attitude I'm getting.
Give me half a chance, I've barely made 5 posts.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 06, 2012, 03:10:05 pm
I was talking to the Aussie.
And it's a joke, yeah? So chill. My agenda here isn't to troll or be a prick, if that's the impression I was giving off. I was a little bored and I enjoy Dok's posts on our side of things, so I thought I'd come over for a laugh. I don't take myself that seriously and I probably haven't fitted in too well to the culture of this place, judging by the attitude I'm getting.
Give me half a chance, I've barely made 5 posts.

You have to understand that we're leery of Australians.  In fact, here in Tucson, we paint our doors with blood and jizz to keep You People away (ie, police and upside down people).  It's not that we're SCARED, it's more that we grow annoyed when you bastards insist on stomping up and down the underside of the staircase all night.  We're trying to SLEEP, for fuck's sake.

That's why we all own guns.  Just blast right though the stair risers, and then in the morning pick up the rotten mess with fire tongs, and throw it in the desert somewhere for the coyotes to eat.

It's nothing personal, of course.  It's just that we like our sleep.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Reginald Ret on September 06, 2012, 06:19:59 pm
I was talking to the Aussie.
And it's a joke, yeah? So chill. My agenda here isn't to troll or be a prick, if that's the impression I was giving off. I was a little bored and I enjoy Dok's posts on our side of things, so I thought I'd come over for a laugh. I don't take myself that seriously and I probably haven't fitted in too well to the culture of this place, judging by the attitude I'm getting.
Give me half a chance, I've barely made 5 posts.
I like you.
You are a belligerent asshole.
Remember that we are a bit like a dysfunctional family here.
We don't care that our Bubba-Jay raped all your sheep and strangled your niece, you shouldn't have yelled at him.
What i mean to say is we get soo many trolls that we got kind of defensive and quick to feel butthurt.
So don't take our personal attacks personal and we will try to do the same.

The 'we' i keep talking about is the royal we, meaning 'I'.
Folks around here don't take kindly to being spoken for.

I don't think i am conveying the message i am trying to convey here, so just ignore me.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 06, 2012, 08:58:24 pm
If you're not from Sydney or Melbourne, I'm sorry, but we can't be friends.

I found a better forum for you: http://www.glassbeadmakers.net/forum/index.php
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chaser on September 06, 2012, 09:04:04 pm
Boy, I can't wait to organize a beadmaker's meet.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 06, 2012, 10:26:25 pm
If you're not from Sydney or Melbourne, I'm sorry, but we can't be friends.

I found a better forum for you: http://www.glassbeadmakers.net/forum/index.php

YOU ARE A BAD PERSON!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cain on September 06, 2012, 10:56:14 pm
If you're not from Sydney or Melbourne, I'm sorry, but we can't be friends.

I found a better forum for you: http://www.glassbeadmakers.net/forum/index.php

HAY.  HOW DO I MAKE THIS BEAD FROM YOUR SITE?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 06, 2012, 11:49:09 pm
 :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: AFK on September 07, 2012, 12:25:43 am
If you're not from Sydney or Melbourne, I'm sorry, but we can't be friends.


You're a hemisphobe!!!!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Placid Dingo on September 07, 2012, 03:22:48 pm
If you're not from Sydney or Melbourne, I'm sorry, but we can't be friends.

I'm afraid I'm in Newmanopia.

It's got it's issues, but the sun comes out, and I don't get shot at (Gold Coast is an exception, but spiritually I consider it more part of NSW than Newmanopia.)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chaser on September 07, 2012, 03:31:56 pm
Newmanwhat?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Placid Dingo on September 07, 2012, 03:41:17 pm
Newmanwhat?

Kyu-El-Dee! The land run by the iron fist (and job cutting machete) of Lord Newman.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chaser on September 07, 2012, 03:48:45 pm
Do many muzzas reside in this land of Lord Newman?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Placid Dingo on September 07, 2012, 04:51:17 pm
I had to look it up. Sounds like a Melbourne thing.

But as far as bogans with massive disposable income go, I live in a mining town, so you can do the math there.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chaser on September 07, 2012, 04:57:44 pm
OH RIGHT NEWMAN IS QLD PREMIER DURRR. I'm quick on the uptake like that.

I should go mine in WA for a year or something. $$$$$
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Wildberry™ on September 12, 2012, 10:57:14 pm
Hi. Thanks for having me.  I'm looking for someone, my uncle Enrico, has anybody seen him?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Eater of Clowns on September 13, 2012, 01:56:34 am
Wait a second, this seems familiar.

GUYS I THINK IT'S DARUKO
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cain on September 13, 2012, 02:02:02 am
 :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Faust on September 13, 2012, 08:54:17 am
Hi. Thanks for having me.  I'm looking for someone, my uncle Enrico, has anybody seen him?

College season must be back.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 16, 2012, 05:35:29 am
 :lulz: :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on September 16, 2012, 05:47:39 am
Hi. Thanks for having me.  I'm looking for someone, my uncle Enrico, has anybody seen him?

Waitaminnit...


Fuck.  Someone let Iason back on here.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 16, 2012, 03:52:51 pm
Hi. Thanks for having me.  I'm looking for someone, my uncle Enrico, has anybody seen him?

Waitaminnit...


Fuck.  Someone let Iason back on here.

 :omg:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Internet Jesus on September 19, 2012, 03:53:58 am
My name is Internet Jesus.  Roger lured me here with promises of anal and puppies.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on September 19, 2012, 04:23:21 am
My name is Internet Jesus.  Roger lured me here with promises of anal and puppies.

He must like you, he never offers anyone else puppies.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Internet Jesus on September 19, 2012, 04:31:01 am
I drive a hard bargain, and he said he was up against Sasquatch rape. Not wanting to see my friend's rusty wagon wheel stretched out to unusable dimensions, I settled.

In retrospect I suppose I could have gotten him to throw in a set of Cutco Knives, too.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 19, 2012, 04:46:11 am
I drive a hard bargain, and he said he was up against Sasquatch rape. Not wanting to see my friend's rusty wagon wheel stretched out to unusable dimensions, I settled.

In retrospect I suppose I could have gotten him to throw in a set of Cutco Knives, too.

You haven't met Nigel.  She's BAD.  And WRONG.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Internet Jesus on September 19, 2012, 04:49:11 am
Trust me, buddy, I feel your pain.  And I don't want you losing your ability to make money either.  That's why I'm here to stop the bad touching.

At least until Nigel gives me $50.  Fuck it, I'll take $25 if I can masturbate in the corner while watching.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on September 19, 2012, 05:36:38 am
Trust me, buddy, I feel your pain.  And I don't want you losing your ability to make money either.  That's why I'm here to stop the bad touching.

At least until Nigel gives me $50.  Fuck it, I'll take $25 if I can masturbate in the corner while watching.

This one fits in so much better than the other noobs!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Internet Jesus on September 19, 2012, 05:44:43 am
That's only because I'm four beers and two bowls in.  Give me a chance to post when I'm not buzzed, I'll be just as big a pain in the ass.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on September 19, 2012, 05:50:27 am
This new one fills me with glee
 I luffles him. :)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Internet Jesus on September 19, 2012, 06:14:21 am
Your only saying that to get access to my back info and vital fluids.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on September 19, 2012, 06:18:38 am
I do love a shapely back, and I wouldn't object to swapping bodily fluids as long as they are properly contained.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Internet Jesus on September 19, 2012, 06:22:06 am
Fuck that should have been Bank info.

Goddamned autocorrect, ruining my efforts at comedy since 2009.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on September 19, 2012, 06:25:08 am
No take backsies, you already offered back pics at least. :fap:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Internet Jesus on September 19, 2012, 06:47:19 am
Go to the fridge.  Get out a pack of hotdogs.  You are now looking at an accurate representation of my back, minus that random strand or hair and backne.  Fap away.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 19, 2012, 07:09:17 am
Go to the fridge.  Get out a pack of hotdogs.  You are now looking at an accurate representation of my back, minus that random strand or hair and backne.  Fap away.

:horror: :1fap:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Signora Pæsior on September 19, 2012, 07:26:52 am
Go to the fridge.  Get out a pack of hotdogs.  You are now looking at an accurate representation of my back, minus that random strand or hair and backne.  Fap away.

So aroused right now.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Internet Jesus on September 19, 2012, 07:58:33 am
Well yeah, that's why you have the hotdogs.  You can do something about the arousal now. Do I have to explain everything?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 19, 2012, 02:49:18 pm
Trust me, buddy, I feel your pain.  And I don't want you losing your ability to make money either.  That's why I'm here to stop the bad touching.

At least until Nigel gives me $50.  Fuck it, I'll take $25 if I can masturbate in the corner while watching.

HEY!  Put my bit down and back away slowly!

:walken:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Luna on September 19, 2012, 03:37:36 pm
Oh, we're keeping this one.   :lol:

He can have puppies, AND kittens, as long as he promises to either not tell us what he's doing with them, or post pics.  Whichever.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Internet Jesus on September 19, 2012, 06:12:02 pm
You should probably wait until I pop off on this and that before you decide to keep me guys.  Just because I can write well doesn't mean I'm not a sociopathic asshole with utterly pedestrian views.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on September 19, 2012, 06:14:58 pm
Sounds like you'll fit right in.

But just to make sure, let me know what you think of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSUW-Z_Cnc0
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 19, 2012, 06:16:02 pm
You should probably wait until I pop off on this and that before you decide to keep me guys.  Just because I can write well doesn't mean I'm not a sociopathic asshole with utterly pedestrian views.

I'm guessing you're not a sociopathic asshole with utterly pedestrian views because Castro there seems to think pretty highly of you, and his reaction to sociopathic assholes with pedestrian views tends to include a different kind of "liking".

So yeah, congrats on the street cred.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Internet Jesus on September 19, 2012, 06:44:59 pm
He only thinks that way because he wants to get into my pants.

Which you all should want.  My pants are quite comfy.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Don Coyote on September 19, 2012, 06:56:30 pm
He only thinks that way because he wants to get into my pants.

Which you all should want.  My pants are quite comfy.

DOES NOT COMPUTE!!!

PANTS ARE THE DEVIL!!

PANTS ARE A TOOL OF THE MAN TO KEEP MEN DOWN!!!

MY BITS ARE BEING SMASHED!!!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Internet Jesus on September 19, 2012, 08:37:39 pm
Stop wearing cheap hotel pants (No ballroom).

Alternatively you could wear your pants like all the hippity Hop youths do these days.  Bonus points for doing it while going commando at the same time.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 19, 2012, 08:46:55 pm
I am in the market for some new pants. For the time being, I am relegated to the indignity of softpants, but in time my leaking manmade orifice will seal itself and I will return to the glory of HARD PANTS.

I am thinking that my HARD PANTS REVOLUTION will consist of black jeans that can be worn tucked into boots.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on September 19, 2012, 08:48:32 pm
I am very supportive of the HARD PANTS REVOLUTION.  Do you have a newsletter I may sign up for?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on September 19, 2012, 08:50:03 pm
I am in the market for some new pants. For the time being, I am relegated to the indignity of softpants, but in time my leaking manmade orifice will seal itself and I will return to the glory of HARD PANTS.

I am thinking that my HARD PANTS REVOLUTION will consist of black jeans that can be worn tucked into boots.

REAL JEANS NOT THAT STRETCH DENIM SHIT. HARD.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 19, 2012, 09:23:49 pm
I am very supportive of the HARD PANTS REVOLUTION.  Do you have a newsletter I may sign up for?

BRB
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 19, 2012, 09:33:52 pm
Here ya go: http://www.facebook.com/groups/hardpants/
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Internet Jesus on September 20, 2012, 05:12:34 am
Sounds like you'll fit right in.

But just to make sure, let me know what you think of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSUW-Z_Cnc0

I missed this earlier, my apologies.  But I'm afraid I'm going to have to call bullshit.  They might have been able to pull off being Bears if they didn't have shots of them topless. A bear is not just a dude with a goatee, goddammit.

I mean, either commit to the joke or don't fucking make it.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Telarus on September 21, 2012, 07:34:30 am
I am in the market for some new pants. For the time being, I am relegated to the indignity of softpants, but in time my leaking manmade orifice will seal itself and I will return to the glory of HARD PANTS.

I am thinking that my HARD PANTS REVOLUTION will consist of black jeans that can be worn tucked into boots.

I am very supportive of the HARD PANTS REVOLUTION.  Do you have a newsletter I may sign up for?

I am very supportive of the HARD PANTS REVOLUTION.  Do you have a newsletter I may sign up for?

BRB

Here ya go: http://www.facebook.com/groups/hardpants/

:cramstipated:

 :fuckmittens:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 21, 2012, 07:54:24 am
I am in the market for some new pants. For the time being, I am relegated to the indignity of softpants, but in time my leaking manmade orifice will seal itself and I will return to the glory of HARD PANTS.

I am thinking that my HARD PANTS REVOLUTION will consist of black jeans that can be worn tucked into boots.

I am very supportive of the HARD PANTS REVOLUTION.  Do you have a newsletter I may sign up for?

I am very supportive of the HARD PANTS REVOLUTION.  Do you have a newsletter I may sign up for?

BRB

Here ya go: http://www.facebook.com/groups/hardpants/

:cramstipated:

 :fuckmittens:

:thanks:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Don Coyote on September 21, 2012, 07:58:13 am
I am in the market for some new pants. For the time being, I am relegated to the indignity of softpants, but in time my leaking manmade orifice will seal itself and I will return to the glory of HARD PANTS.

I am thinking that my HARD PANTS REVOLUTION will consist of black jeans that can be worn tucked into boots.

I am very supportive of the HARD PANTS REVOLUTION.  Do you have a newsletter I may sign up for?

I am very supportive of the HARD PANTS REVOLUTION.  Do you have a newsletter I may sign up for?

BRB

Here ya go: http://www.facebook.com/groups/hardpants/

:cramstipated:

 :fuckmittens:

:thanks:

I have decided that trousers are Satanic.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 21, 2012, 08:55:58 am
I am in the market for some new pants. For the time being, I am relegated to the indignity of softpants, but in time my leaking manmade orifice will seal itself and I will return to the glory of HARD PANTS.

I am thinking that my HARD PANTS REVOLUTION will consist of black jeans that can be worn tucked into boots.

I am very supportive of the HARD PANTS REVOLUTION.  Do you have a newsletter I may sign up for?

I am very supportive of the HARD PANTS REVOLUTION.  Do you have a newsletter I may sign up for?

BRB

Here ya go: http://www.facebook.com/groups/hardpants/

:cramstipated:

 :fuckmittens:

:thanks:

I have decided that trousers are Satanic.

MY NEMESIS!

(This is quite appropriate, as my former Nemesis left and just hangs out on Facebook now.)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on September 21, 2012, 01:25:23 pm
In a related note, every so often my FB will remind me about the glory that once was the Fingerbox.  It makes me smile.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 21, 2012, 06:10:35 pm
In a related note, every so often my FB will remind me about the glory that once was the Fingerbox.  It makes me smile.

I love Fingerboxes.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on September 21, 2012, 06:13:09 pm
We should make a modest effort in reminding our friends about the fingerbox.

I was into them before they were popular, you know.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Faust on September 21, 2012, 06:49:43 pm
I am in the market for some new pants. For the time being, I am relegated to the indignity of softpants, but in time my leaking manmade orifice will seal itself and I will return to the glory of HARD PANTS.

I am thinking that my HARD PANTS REVOLUTION will consist of black jeans that can be worn tucked into boots.

I am very supportive of the HARD PANTS REVOLUTION.  Do you have a newsletter I may sign up for?

I am very supportive of the HARD PANTS REVOLUTION.  Do you have a newsletter I may sign up for?

BRB

Here ya go: http://www.facebook.com/groups/hardpants/

:cramstipated:

 :fuckmittens:

:thanks:

I have decided that trousers are Satanic.

MY NEMESIS!

(This is quite appropriate, as my former Nemesis left and just hangs out on Facebook now.)

That's not true, though he doesn't hang out anywhere associated with here.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 21, 2012, 08:35:22 pm
I am in the market for some new pants. For the time being, I am relegated to the indignity of softpants, but in time my leaking manmade orifice will seal itself and I will return to the glory of HARD PANTS.

I am thinking that my HARD PANTS REVOLUTION will consist of black jeans that can be worn tucked into boots.

I am very supportive of the HARD PANTS REVOLUTION.  Do you have a newsletter I may sign up for?

I am very supportive of the HARD PANTS REVOLUTION.  Do you have a newsletter I may sign up for?

BRB

Here ya go: http://www.facebook.com/groups/hardpants/

:cramstipated:

 :fuckmittens:

:thanks:

I have decided that trousers are Satanic.

MY NEMESIS!

(This is quite appropriate, as my former Nemesis left and just hangs out on Facebook now.)

That's not true, though he doesn't hang out anywhere associated with here.

That's a point well worth going out of the way to make, because obviously I literally meant he doesn't go anywhere or do anything other than hang out on Facebook, online or IRL. Ever.

It's good to have the record set straight.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 21, 2012, 08:35:56 pm
We should make a modest effort in reminding our friends about the fingerbox.

I was into them before they were popular, you know.

They're a classic toy that never gets old!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 21, 2012, 09:51:28 pm
Retracted.

And with me.

Which means 3 people were involved.  And his not being here was his choice.  Nobody made him do anything.

Is this really something that has to be dragged around the block again?  Because he DOES look around once in a while, and he has told me on FB that he is really uncomfortable with people talking about him, which I understand 169%.

If he wants to come back, he'll come back.  To say that Nigel is responsible for him leaving is to say (as ECH put it in another situation) that Cram said FUCK YOU to everyone on PD because Nigel and/or I were nasty to him...Which I doubt is actually the case.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Faust on September 21, 2012, 10:02:01 pm
Ive never said nasty, I said row. I miss him and I want him back. I don't care about blame I care about corrective action. But if he doesn't want to be talked about and if that's not the reason so be it.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 21, 2012, 10:03:19 pm
Ive never said nasty, I said row. I miss him and I want him back. I don't care about blame I care about corrective action. But if he doesn't want to be talked about and if that's not the reason so be it.

He'll be back when he's ready.  He's at the Discordian 2011 FB page if you want to run into him.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Don Coyote on September 21, 2012, 10:05:31 pm
Ive never said nasty, I said row. I miss him and I want him back. I don't care about blame I care about corrective action. But if he doesn't want to be talked about and if that's not the reason so be it.

He'll be back when he's ready.  He's at the Discordian 2011 FB page if you want to run into him.

Or just randomly mention something related to something you know he might want to talk about on your wall.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 21, 2012, 10:06:20 pm
Also, to be precise, he didn't want to see us talking about WHY he left, because it invariably drags up old butthurt, and that's the bit that makes him uncomfortable.

Just for the sake of full disclosure.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 21, 2012, 10:20:38 pm
Interestingly enough, Epimetheus (now "skipped town") has also left, and an equally good argument could be made to say I "made him leave" by not taking his shit.

Likewise, Trip and I got in a row over some ancient shit, and he hasn't been on since.  I doubt that it was the row in his case, though, as he's from Northern Belgium, and they are made of sterner stuff.

Interestingly enough, bringing up these sorts of things causes MORE butthurt and not LESS, because it's not like one "side" is the good guys and the other side is the bad guys, right?  You have a situation where there was an argument, one in which both "sides" got royally pissed off.  One person or group left (maybe because of the row and maybe not), and the other didn't.  Slamming the row back in the face of the person or people that DIDN'T leave isn't going to fix anything1, it's just going to perpetuate the problem.




1  Unless it's a case of someone saying "I'll come back if that bastard X leaves", in which case fuck 'em, but I don't think that either Cram or 000 is saying anything like that.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Faust on September 21, 2012, 10:32:19 pm
Interestingly enough, Epimetheus (now "skipped town") has also left, and an equally good argument could be made to say I "made him leave" by not taking his shit.

Likewise, Trip and I got in a row over some ancient shit, and he hasn't been on since.  I doubt that it was the row in his case, though, as he's from Northern Belgium, and they are made of sterner stuff.

Interestingly enough, bringing up these sorts of things causes MORE butthurt and not LESS, because it's not like one "side" is the good guys and the other side is the bad guys, right?  You have a situation where there was an argument, one in which both "sides" got royally pissed off.  One person or group left (maybe because of the row and maybe not), and the other didn't.  Slamming the row back in the face of the person or people that DIDN'T leave isn't going to fix anything1, it's just going to perpetuate the problem.




1  Unless it's a case of someone saying "I'll come back if that bastard X leaves", in which case fuck 'em, but I don't think that either Cram or 000 is saying anything like that.
You're right of course, I don't see a side in this I just want the people back, I wouldn't call it pushing it in the persons face rather they are the most likely to get them to return if they broach the subject with them.

Cram asked for it not to be discussed so I am going to be removing my comments from this thread.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 23, 2012, 12:13:52 am
Retracted.

And with me.

Which means 3 people were involved.  And his not being here was his choice.  Nobody made him do anything.

Is this really something that has to be dragged around the block again?  Because he DOES look around once in a while, and he has told me on FB that he is really uncomfortable with people talking about him, which I understand 169%.

If he wants to come back, he'll come back.  To say that Nigel is responsible for him leaving is to say (as ECH put it in another situation) that Cram said FUCK YOU to everyone on PD because Nigel and/or I were nasty to him...Which I doubt is actually the case.

I don't know what I missed, but was I really getting chastized for a passing reference, not by name, to someone who isn't here? :lol:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 23, 2012, 12:16:13 am
Ive never said nasty, I said row. I miss him and I want him back. I don't care about blame I care about corrective action. But if he doesn't want to be talked about and if that's not the reason so be it.

HE DOESN'T WANT TO BE TALKED ABOUT. NOBODY EVER CASUALLY REFERENCE HIM, OR ANYTHING HE HAS DONE, EVEN IN PASSING, EVER AGAIN.

 :lulz:

Please. You have GOT to be kidding me.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 23, 2012, 12:19:50 am
Interestingly enough, Epimetheus (now "skipped town") has also left, and an equally good argument could be made to say I "made him leave" by not taking his shit.

Likewise, Trip and I got in a row over some ancient shit, and he hasn't been on since.  I doubt that it was the row in his case, though, as he's from Northern Belgium, and they are made of sterner stuff.

Interestingly enough, bringing up these sorts of things causes MORE butthurt and not LESS, because it's not like one "side" is the good guys and the other side is the bad guys, right?  You have a situation where there was an argument, one in which both "sides" got royally pissed off.  One person or group left (maybe because of the row and maybe not), and the other didn't.  Slamming the row back in the face of the person or people that DIDN'T leave isn't going to fix anything1, it's just going to perpetuate the problem.




1  Unless it's a case of someone saying "I'll come back if that bastard X leaves", in which case fuck 'em, but I don't think that either Cram or 000 is saying anything like that.

And I apparently made Joh-Nyx leave because I said that it bums me out when guys insist that women whose personalities they find repellent are actually physically ugly. I actually still don't know if that's why he left, but he left on the heels of that without saying anything, so I kind of assumed.

We're bad people, Roger. We're the cancer that's killing PD.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 23, 2012, 12:23:02 am
Interestingly enough, Epimetheus (now "skipped town") has also left, and an equally good argument could be made to say I "made him leave" by not taking his shit.

Likewise, Trip and I got in a row over some ancient shit, and he hasn't been on since.  I doubt that it was the row in his case, though, as he's from Northern Belgium, and they are made of sterner stuff.

Interestingly enough, bringing up these sorts of things causes MORE butthurt and not LESS, because it's not like one "side" is the good guys and the other side is the bad guys, right?  You have a situation where there was an argument, one in which both "sides" got royally pissed off.  One person or group left (maybe because of the row and maybe not), and the other didn't.  Slamming the row back in the face of the person or people that DIDN'T leave isn't going to fix anything1, it's just going to perpetuate the problem.




1  Unless it's a case of someone saying "I'll come back if that bastard X leaves", in which case fuck 'em, but I don't think that either Cram or 000 is saying anything like that.
You're right of course, I don't see a side in this I just want the people back, I wouldn't call it pushing it in the persons face rather they are the most likely to get them to return if they broach the subject with them.

Cram asked for it not to be discussed so I am going to be removing my comments from this thread.

Why did you even stir it up in the first place? I never mentioned Cram's name, I was expressing why I was happy to have a new nemesis. It wasn't a conversation that was going to go anywhere that had to do with him until you poked it with a stick.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Faust on September 23, 2012, 03:50:34 pm
No comment, you should drop your usual trope though it's becoming a cliche.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on September 23, 2012, 04:05:17 pm
Interestingly enough, Epimetheus (now "skipped town") has also left, and an equally good argument could be made to say I "made him leave" by not taking his shit.

Likewise, Trip and I got in a row over some ancient shit, and he hasn't been on since.  I doubt that it was the row in his case, though, as he's from Northern Belgium, and they are made of sterner stuff.

Interestingly enough, bringing up these sorts of things causes MORE butthurt and not LESS, because it's not like one "side" is the good guys and the other side is the bad guys, right?  You have a situation where there was an argument, one in which both "sides" got royally pissed off.  One person or group left (maybe because of the row and maybe not), and the other didn't.  Slamming the row back in the face of the person or people that DIDN'T leave isn't going to fix anything1, it's just going to perpetuate the problem.




1  Unless it's a case of someone saying "I'll come back if that bastard X leaves", in which case fuck 'em, but I don't think that either Cram or 000 is saying anything like that.

And I apparently made Joh-Nyx leave because I said that it bums me out when guys insist that women whose personalities they find repellent are actually physically ugly. I actually still don't know if that's why he left, but he left on the heels of that without saying anything, so I kind of assumed.

We're bad people, Roger. We're the cancer that's killing PD.

Women do that too. A lot of them get mad at somebody and she's suddenly "fat" or similar. Meanwhile they have a friend who really IS overweight and they tell them "You're not fat."

How the hell did "fat", "old", "unattractive", etc. become a euphemism for "somebody I'm pissed off at"?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Internet Jesus on September 23, 2012, 05:15:10 pm
Because simply saying "I don't like person X" doesn't pack any punch and would not hurt their feelings if it got back to them, and its all about making the other person feel like shit or elevating you by bringing the other down?

Maybe?

I've seen a ton of guys (some friends even) go that same route when, after having whiffed their way down the bar skank ladder on a Friday night, proclaim that "That bar was full of Lesbians".

THE EGO MUST BE PROTECTED AT ALL COSTS. 
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 23, 2012, 06:19:23 pm
Interestingly enough, Epimetheus (now "skipped town") has also left, and an equally good argument could be made to say I "made him leave" by not taking his shit.

Likewise, Trip and I got in a row over some ancient shit, and he hasn't been on since.  I doubt that it was the row in his case, though, as he's from Northern Belgium, and they are made of sterner stuff.

Interestingly enough, bringing up these sorts of things causes MORE butthurt and not LESS, because it's not like one "side" is the good guys and the other side is the bad guys, right?  You have a situation where there was an argument, one in which both "sides" got royally pissed off.  One person or group left (maybe because of the row and maybe not), and the other didn't.  Slamming the row back in the face of the person or people that DIDN'T leave isn't going to fix anything1, it's just going to perpetuate the problem.




1  Unless it's a case of someone saying "I'll come back if that bastard X leaves", in which case fuck 'em, but I don't think that either Cram or 000 is saying anything like that.

And I apparently made Joh-Nyx leave because I said that it bums me out when guys insist that women whose personalities they find repellent are actually physically ugly. I actually still don't know if that's why he left, but he left on the heels of that without saying anything, so I kind of assumed.

We're bad people, Roger. We're the cancer that's killing PD.

Women do that too. A lot of them get mad at somebody and she's suddenly "fat" or similar. Meanwhile they have a friend who really IS overweight and they tell them "You're not fat."

How the hell did "fat", "old", "unattractive", etc. become a euphemism for "somebody I'm pissed off at"?

When I dislike someone (not mad at, but actually dislike), they stop being attractive.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on September 23, 2012, 07:43:57 pm
Interestingly enough, Epimetheus (now "skipped town") has also left, and an equally good argument could be made to say I "made him leave" by not taking his shit.

Likewise, Trip and I got in a row over some ancient shit, and he hasn't been on since.  I doubt that it was the row in his case, though, as he's from Northern Belgium, and they are made of sterner stuff.

Interestingly enough, bringing up these sorts of things causes MORE butthurt and not LESS, because it's not like one "side" is the good guys and the other side is the bad guys, right?  You have a situation where there was an argument, one in which both "sides" got royally pissed off.  One person or group left (maybe because of the row and maybe not), and the other didn't.  Slamming the row back in the face of the person or people that DIDN'T leave isn't going to fix anything1, it's just going to perpetuate the problem.




1  Unless it's a case of someone saying "I'll come back if that bastard X leaves", in which case fuck 'em, but I don't think that either Cram or 000 is saying anything like that.

And I apparently made Joh-Nyx leave because I said that it bums me out when guys insist that women whose personalities they find repellent are actually physically ugly. I actually still don't know if that's why he left, but he left on the heels of that without saying anything, so I kind of assumed.

We're bad people, Roger. We're the cancer that's killing PD.

Women do that too. A lot of them get mad at somebody and she's suddenly "fat" or similar. Meanwhile they have a friend who really IS overweight and they tell them "You're not fat."

How the hell did "fat", "old", "unattractive", etc. become a euphemism for "somebody I'm pissed off at"?

When I dislike someone (not mad at, but actually dislike), they stop being attractive.

I get that. They go from having eyes like stars to sociopathic dead fish eyes. They do that little thing with their mouth that makes you want to UUUUUNNNNNNNGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH .

But they don't gain fifty pounds or age twenty years.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 23, 2012, 07:49:10 pm
Interestingly enough, Epimetheus (now "skipped town") has also left, and an equally good argument could be made to say I "made him leave" by not taking his shit.

Likewise, Trip and I got in a row over some ancient shit, and he hasn't been on since.  I doubt that it was the row in his case, though, as he's from Northern Belgium, and they are made of sterner stuff.

Interestingly enough, bringing up these sorts of things causes MORE butthurt and not LESS, because it's not like one "side" is the good guys and the other side is the bad guys, right?  You have a situation where there was an argument, one in which both "sides" got royally pissed off.  One person or group left (maybe because of the row and maybe not), and the other didn't.  Slamming the row back in the face of the person or people that DIDN'T leave isn't going to fix anything1, it's just going to perpetuate the problem.




1  Unless it's a case of someone saying "I'll come back if that bastard X leaves", in which case fuck 'em, but I don't think that either Cram or 000 is saying anything like that.

And I apparently made Joh-Nyx leave because I said that it bums me out when guys insist that women whose personalities they find repellent are actually physically ugly. I actually still don't know if that's why he left, but he left on the heels of that without saying anything, so I kind of assumed.

We're bad people, Roger. We're the cancer that's killing PD.

Women do that too. A lot of them get mad at somebody and she's suddenly "fat" or similar. Meanwhile they have a friend who really IS overweight and they tell them "You're not fat."

How the hell did "fat", "old", "unattractive", etc. become a euphemism for "somebody I'm pissed off at"?

When I dislike someone (not mad at, but actually dislike), they stop being attractive.

I get that. They go from having eyes like stars to sociopathic dead fish eyes. They do that little thing with their mouth that makes you want to UUUUUNNNNNNNGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH .

But they don't gain fifty pounds or age twenty years.

On the other hand, when I LIKE someone, I can cheerfully ignore 20 years or 50 pounds, and the person becomes to some degree attractive.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on September 23, 2012, 07:54:35 pm
Interestingly enough, Epimetheus (now "skipped town") has also left, and an equally good argument could be made to say I "made him leave" by not taking his shit.

Likewise, Trip and I got in a row over some ancient shit, and he hasn't been on since.  I doubt that it was the row in his case, though, as he's from Northern Belgium, and they are made of sterner stuff.

Interestingly enough, bringing up these sorts of things causes MORE butthurt and not LESS, because it's not like one "side" is the good guys and the other side is the bad guys, right?  You have a situation where there was an argument, one in which both "sides" got royally pissed off.  One person or group left (maybe because of the row and maybe not), and the other didn't.  Slamming the row back in the face of the person or people that DIDN'T leave isn't going to fix anything1, it's just going to perpetuate the problem.




1  Unless it's a case of someone saying "I'll come back if that bastard X leaves", in which case fuck 'em, but I don't think that either Cram or 000 is saying anything like that.

And I apparently made Joh-Nyx leave because I said that it bums me out when guys insist that women whose personalities they find repellent are actually physically ugly. I actually still don't know if that's why he left, but he left on the heels of that without saying anything, so I kind of assumed.

We're bad people, Roger. We're the cancer that's killing PD.

Women do that too. A lot of them get mad at somebody and she's suddenly "fat" or similar. Meanwhile they have a friend who really IS overweight and they tell them "You're not fat."

How the hell did "fat", "old", "unattractive", etc. become a euphemism for "somebody I'm pissed off at"?

When I dislike someone (not mad at, but actually dislike), they stop being attractive.

I get that. They go from having eyes like stars to sociopathic dead fish eyes. They do that little thing with their mouth that makes you want to UUUUUNNNNNNNGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH .

But they don't gain fifty pounds or age twenty years.

On the other hand, when I LIKE someone, I can cheerfully ignore 20 years or 50 pounds, and the person becomes to some degree attractive.

Yep. Makes all the difference in the world.  :)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: tyrannosaurus vex on September 23, 2012, 10:19:28 pm
Interestingly enough, Epimetheus (now "skipped town") has also left, and an equally good argument could be made to say I "made him leave" by not taking his shit.

Likewise, Trip and I got in a row over some ancient shit, and he hasn't been on since.  I doubt that it was the row in his case, though, as he's from Northern Belgium, and they are made of sterner stuff.

Interestingly enough, bringing up these sorts of things causes MORE butthurt and not LESS, because it's not like one "side" is the good guys and the other side is the bad guys, right?  You have a situation where there was an argument, one in which both "sides" got royally pissed off.  One person or group left (maybe because of the row and maybe not), and the other didn't.  Slamming the row back in the face of the person or people that DIDN'T leave isn't going to fix anything1, it's just going to perpetuate the problem.




1  Unless it's a case of someone saying "I'll come back if that bastard X leaves", in which case fuck 'em, but I don't think that either Cram or 000 is saying anything like that.

And I apparently made Joh-Nyx leave because I said that it bums me out when guys insist that women whose personalities they find repellent are actually physically ugly. I actually still don't know if that's why he left, but he left on the heels of that without saying anything, so I kind of assumed.

We're bad people, Roger. We're the cancer that's killing PD.

Women do that too. A lot of them get mad at somebody and she's suddenly "fat" or similar. Meanwhile they have a friend who really IS overweight and they tell them "You're not fat."

How the hell did "fat", "old", "unattractive", etc. become a euphemism for "somebody I'm pissed off at"?

When I dislike someone (not mad at, but actually dislike), they stop being attractive.

I get that. They go from having eyes like stars to sociopathic dead fish eyes. They do that little thing with their mouth that makes you want to UUUUUNNNNNNNGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH .

But they don't gain fifty pounds or age twenty years.

On the other hand, when I LIKE someone, I can cheerfully ignore 20 years or 50 pounds, and the person becomes to some degree attractive.

This is the basis for my new fad diet, the "Attraction Distraction Diet". You can eat whatever you want, do as much or as little exercise as you feel like doing, and even go for days or weeks without bathing. All you have to do is make me LOVE you, and you'll magically (and instantly!) become one of the Beautiful People.

For those of you who are interested in trying the Attraction Distraction diet, it works like this:

A) You give me money
B) I send you a letter telling you whether or not the amount of money you sent has resulted in me loving you.
C) If it has, YOU ARE NOW ATTRACTIVE! YAY!. But keep up regular payments to maintain my burning desire.
D) If it hasn't, send more money.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: AFK on September 23, 2012, 11:10:12 pm
Awesome!  A way to enjoy the BEST life has to offer AND keep my wife interested.  Sign me up to your program.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Ayotollah of Ass on September 24, 2012, 03:27:53 am
How the hell did "fat", "old", "unattractive", etc. become a euphemism for "somebody I'm pissed off at"?

Because "I'm pissed off at you" suggests the problem is the speaker, whereas "you're a controlling asshole and you're ugly" clearly puts the problem on the other person and is presumably said when the speaker knows the other person well enough to think they may be insecure about being too assertive and/or their looks?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 24, 2012, 04:15:30 am
Interestingly enough, Epimetheus (now "skipped town") has also left, and an equally good argument could be made to say I "made him leave" by not taking his shit.

Likewise, Trip and I got in a row over some ancient shit, and he hasn't been on since.  I doubt that it was the row in his case, though, as he's from Northern Belgium, and they are made of sterner stuff.

Interestingly enough, bringing up these sorts of things causes MORE butthurt and not LESS, because it's not like one "side" is the good guys and the other side is the bad guys, right?  You have a situation where there was an argument, one in which both "sides" got royally pissed off.  One person or group left (maybe because of the row and maybe not), and the other didn't.  Slamming the row back in the face of the person or people that DIDN'T leave isn't going to fix anything1, it's just going to perpetuate the problem.




1  Unless it's a case of someone saying "I'll come back if that bastard X leaves", in which case fuck 'em, but I don't think that either Cram or 000 is saying anything like that.

And I apparently made Joh-Nyx leave because I said that it bums me out when guys insist that women whose personalities they find repellent are actually physically ugly. I actually still don't know if that's why he left, but he left on the heels of that without saying anything, so I kind of assumed.

We're bad people, Roger. We're the cancer that's killing PD.

Women do that too. A lot of them get mad at somebody and she's suddenly "fat" or similar. Meanwhile they have a friend who really IS overweight and they tell them "You're not fat."

How the hell did "fat", "old", "unattractive", etc. become a euphemism for "somebody I'm pissed off at"?

It's easier than addressing the real issues.

Women do do it, too, and you're right, they overwhelmingly do it to other women. It's pretty sad.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: NrrdGrrl on September 29, 2012, 09:05:48 pm
Welcome to Discordia.  We hope you enjoy your stay, whether that be a 3 day butthurt trollfest, or 10 years of screeching and hollering with the best of ‘em.  Our membership grows and contracts, as the people who don’t understand the concept join, get “enlightened”, and then either flee, or join the sediment at the bottom.  We function much like a septic tank:  All the light stuff gets pumped out, leaving a horrible load of goodness in the bottom.  We are the sediment of the internet…It’s not particularly pleasant, but we like it that way.

A few things worth mentioning:

We’ve all read the Principia Discordia.  You are not required to tell us all about it.

We aren’t “Real Discordians™”, whatever that is.  We’re not really into random gibberish (“word salad”), kaos magick, or spending hours and hours determining which music (or whatever) deserves the name brand of Discordian™.

Don’t feel the need to wow us on your first day.  We’re actually more impressed by an honest introduction, and your thoughts on the weird shit we talk about.  Just tell us about yourself, and what horrible personal defect led you to us.  Things will develop naturally from there…There’s no need to rush things.

If you feel that the mods or admins are giving you an undue ration of shit on an “official” level (ie, you were modded unfairly), contact East Coast Hustle, or any other uninvolved admin.  Do NOT pm The Mgt.

We like rants and bad photoshop.  Quality of writing or shooping is meaningless.  It’s all about the WRATH, so spout until your guts bleed.

We like hearing about pranks.  Bear in mind, of course, that this is the interbutts, and be careful how much information you put out there.  The government probably isn’t watching us…but we’ll fix THAT!

The search function doesn’t work.  This is because the guy who runs the server is a communist and hates America™.  You have to go digging by hand.  It’s worth it, though, there’s some really good nuggets in there.

It is generally considered to be both foolish and dangerous to hit “mark all messages read”, as that button is hooked into some software nastiness installed by the guy who runs the server, who kisses terrorists.  On the beard.  He makes everyone call him “Joseph Stalin”, and he kicks babies off of overpasses whenever he’s allowed out of his cage/server room.

There is no secret Pogs forum.  This was an rumor started by irresponsible members from Portland, Oregon, because we made fun of their little Brad Pitt hats.  Fucking hipsters.

There ain’t no parking on the dance floor.

Well, that’s about it.  If you’re dumb enough to stick around, we look forward to your introduction.  We are not responsible for personality issues caused by this board.  Last thing:  We yell a lot.  It’s not personal.  We’re just very, very serious about having a good time.

:responsible:

Hi. In case anybody cares, I'm introducing myself. I'm NrrdGrrl and I'm new. (I know my s/n is not original, but I don't give a fuck. It suits me.) If you couldn't tell by my name, I am a lady, but I don't act like one. I'm also new to the concept of Discordianism. I guess I would call myself an agnostic, but love to learn about new concepts, theories, ideas, etc. This site seemed interesting, so I decided to stick around and check it out. That is all.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 29, 2012, 09:18:50 pm
Hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on September 29, 2012, 09:21:07 pm
Hello NG!

This is one of the more down to earth intros I've seen in awhile.  8)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Richter on September 29, 2012, 10:37:04 pm
Welcome, and all.  The 4 year old joke is "The pool is on the roof"

Yeah, it's not so good anymore.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Lenin McCarthy on September 29, 2012, 10:46:17 pm
Welcome, and all.  The 4 year old joke is "The pool is on the roof"

Yeah, it's not so good anymore.

What about we replace the pool with a dog?

And hello, new person.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on September 29, 2012, 11:01:50 pm
Hi there.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: AFK on September 30, 2012, 12:34:01 am
Welcome, and all.  The 4 year old joke is "The pool is on the roof"

Yeah, it's not so good anymore.

What about we replace the pool with a dog?

And hello, new person.


I think there are a couple of dogs already in the pool.  Apparently they aren't ALL good swimmers.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Richter on September 30, 2012, 02:57:20 am
Welcome, and all.  The 4 year old joke is "The pool is on the roof"

Yeah, it's not so good anymore.

What about we replace the pool with a dog?

And hello, new person.


I think there are a couple of dogs already in the pool.  Apparently they aren't ALL good swimmers.

It's not so good anymore.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: N E T on September 30, 2012, 03:43:11 am
Welcome to Discordia.  We hope you enjoy your stay, whether that be a 3 day butthurt trollfest, or 10 years of screeching and hollering with the best of ‘em.  Our membership grows and contracts, as the people who don’t understand the concept join, get “enlightened”, and then either flee, or join the sediment at the bottom.  We function much like a septic tank:  All the light stuff gets pumped out, leaving a horrible load of goodness in the bottom.  We are the sediment of the internet…It’s not particularly pleasant, but we like it that way.

A few things worth mentioning:

We’ve all read the Principia Discordia.  You are not required to tell us all about it.

We aren’t “Real Discordians™”, whatever that is.  We’re not really into random gibberish (“word salad”), kaos magick, or spending hours and hours determining which music (or whatever) deserves the name brand of Discordian™.

Don’t feel the need to wow us on your first day.  We’re actually more impressed by an honest introduction, and your thoughts on the weird shit we talk about.  Just tell us about yourself, and what horrible personal defect led you to us.  Things will develop naturally from there…There’s no need to rush things.

If you feel that the mods or admins are giving you an undue ration of shit on an “official” level (ie, you were modded unfairly), contact East Coast Hustle, or any other uninvolved admin.  Do NOT pm The Mgt.

We like rants and bad photoshop.  Quality of writing or shooping is meaningless.  It’s all about the WRATH, so spout until your guts bleed.

We like hearing about pranks.  Bear in mind, of course, that this is the interbutts, and be careful how much information you put out there.  The government probably isn’t watching us…but we’ll fix THAT!

The search function doesn’t work.  This is because the guy who runs the server is a communist and hates America™.  You have to go digging by hand.  It’s worth it, though, there’s some really good nuggets in there.

It is generally considered to be both foolish and dangerous to hit “mark all messages read”, as that button is hooked into some software nastiness installed by the guy who runs the server, who kisses terrorists.  On the beard.  He makes everyone call him “Joseph Stalin”, and he kicks babies off of overpasses whenever he’s allowed out of his cage/server room.

There is no secret Pogs forum.  This was an rumor started by irresponsible members from Portland, Oregon, because we made fun of their little Brad Pitt hats.  Fucking hipsters.

There ain’t no parking on the dance floor.

Well, that’s about it.  If you’re dumb enough to stick around, we look forward to your introduction.  We are not responsible for personality issues caused by this board.  Last thing:  We yell a lot.  It’s not personal.  We’re just very, very serious about having a good time.

:responsible:

Hi. In case anybody cares, I'm introducing myself. I'm NrrdGrrl and I'm new. (I know my s/n is not original, but I don't give a fuck. It suits me.) If you couldn't tell by my name, I am a lady, but I don't act like one. I'm also new to the concept of Discordianism. I guess I would call myself an agnostic, but love to learn about new concepts, theories, ideas, etc. This site seemed interesting, so I decided to stick around and check it out. That is all.


I like yrr avatrr.

Welcome to the frrum
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chromia on October 09, 2012, 07:10:00 pm
Hey! Umm... I've probably seemed stupid during my short time on here. Word Salad is not something I am usually fond of, but I read ee cummings earlier...  DAMN YOU POETRY!

Anyway, I'm Abbi, Chromia, or Banana Lady, depending on your cognitive preferency jargon jibberish. I like the idea of games, as in life being a game and crazy weird philosophical stuff like that. I also like animation and horror movies! So, yeah, I'm me, and probably not you. Bye!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Juana Go? on October 09, 2012, 07:16:55 pm
Hey there!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 09, 2012, 07:26:29 pm
Hey! Umm... I've probably seemed stupid during my short time on here. Word Salad is not something I am usually fond of, but I read ee cummings earlier...  DAMN YOU POETRY!

Anyway, I'm Abbi, Chromia, or Banana Lady, depending on your cognitive preferency jargon jibberish. I like the idea of games, as in life being a game and crazy weird philosophical stuff like that. I also like animation and horror movies! So, yeah, I'm me, and probably not you. Bye!

Um...bye?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on October 09, 2012, 07:28:09 pm
I disbelieve that the Chromia poster is 23.  13-19, maybe.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 09, 2012, 07:28:55 pm
Doesn't matter.  She reads e e cummings, so she can't be all bad.

He is, after all, the man who wrote "there is some shit I will not eat."
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on October 09, 2012, 07:31:54 pm
Hi new person!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chromia on October 09, 2012, 07:32:56 pm
I disbelieve that the Chromia poster is 23.  13-19, maybe.

Nope! I type with a stream of thought style, so I don't edit myself or anything.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on October 09, 2012, 07:34:18 pm
Oh, uh... I hope you're good at that.  Since the written word is the majority of how we communicate here, you'll find that a lot of us are kind of sticklers about coherence, or at least syntax.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 09, 2012, 07:36:01 pm
I disbelieve that the Chromia poster is 23.  13-19, maybe.

Nope! I type with a stream of thought style, so I don't edit myself or anything.

From the OP:

Quote
Quality of writing or shooping is meaningless.

Rant your guts up.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 09, 2012, 07:37:57 pm
Oh, uh... I hope you're good at that.  Since the written word is the majority of how we communicate here, you'll find that a lot of us are kind of sticklers about coherence, or at least syntax.

Well, there's only one way to find out.

Stream of consciousness DOES occasionally lead to excess butthurt, though.  And she seems to have a grasp of paragraphs, so how bad can it be?

HOW BAD CAN IT BE?

HOW BAD CAN IT BE?

HOW BAD CAN IT BE?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on October 09, 2012, 07:40:42 pm
Nope! I type with a stream of thought style,

Indeed.  I think that's how most people type. 
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on October 09, 2012, 07:41:55 pm
Oh, uh... I hope you're good at that.  Since the written word is the majority of how we communicate here, you'll find that a lot of us are kind of sticklers about coherence, or at least syntax.

Well, there's only one way to find out.

Stream of consciousness DOES occasionally lead to excess butthurt, though.  And she seems to have a grasp of paragraphs, so how bad can it be?

HOW BAD CAN IT BE?

HOW BAD CAN IT BE?

HOW BAD CAN IT BE?

 :responsible:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on October 09, 2012, 07:43:27 pm
And then Chromia was Kerouac.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 09, 2012, 07:43:37 pm
:responsible:

Why does my living room look like it's full of lava lamps or some shit?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on October 09, 2012, 07:48:41 pm
:responsible:

Why does my living room look like it's full of lava lamps or some shit?

It's because you and Alty got fucking hammered that week.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 09, 2012, 07:50:50 pm
:responsible:

Why does my living room look like it's full of lava lamps or some shit?

It's because you and Alty got fucking hammered that week.

WTF?  Do I LOOK hammered?  No.  I am standing at an odd angle.  If I was hammered, I would have fallen down.  I am in fact a Holy Man™, who does not drink to excess as it is beneath my dignity.

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on October 09, 2012, 07:55:53 pm
:responsible:

Why does my living room look like it's full of lava lamps or some shit?

It's because you and Alty got fucking hammered that week.

WTF?  Do I LOOK hammered?  No.  I am standing at an odd angle.  If I was hammered, I would have fallen down.  I am in fact a Holy Man™, who does not drink to excess as it is beneath my dignity.

You're at the stage of hammered which does not undercut your dignity.  :lol:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 09, 2012, 07:56:27 pm
Also, even IF I was drunk THEN, that doesn't explain why the picture is all blurry NOW.

You People make NO SENSE!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on October 09, 2012, 07:59:41 pm
That amount of drunkeness crossed the relativity barrier, which means every time you look at it, you experience non-local inebriation.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 09, 2012, 08:03:15 pm
That amount of drunkeness crossed the relativity barrier, which means every time you look at it, you experience non-local inebriation.

I was gonna say, it wasn't the bigfoot rule, on account of I had a shirt on.

But the pic being bombarded in "Drunkon" particles is perfectly reasonable.  But they were coming from Alty.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chromia on October 09, 2012, 08:09:47 pm
Perhaps the Drunkon particles got transmitted via Multiverse to our lives, so now we are seeing in Yellow-Vision?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on October 09, 2012, 08:11:15 pm
That amount of drunkeness crossed the relativity barrier, which means every time you look at it, you experience non-local inebriation.

I was gonna say, it wasn't the bigfoot rule, on account of I had a shirt on.

But the pic being bombarded in "Drunkon" particles is perfectly reasonable. But they were coming from Alty.

Mmm hmm.   :lol: 
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 09, 2012, 08:18:33 pm
Perhaps the Drunkon particles got transmitted via Multiverse to our lives, so now we are seeing in Yellow-Vision?

No, Man Yellow is yellow because he is yellow in color.  Same thing goes for Man Green.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Black Pope on October 10, 2012, 02:05:40 pm
Hi there, registered on the board over 6 months ago and I've been an occasional lurker since. I would hate coming across as a self-boasting prick by arrogantly introducing myself but I'll give it a try.

I'm a 23-year-old Dutchie and reside in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Technically speaking I'm a student since I enrolled at a college somewhere, but in 'reality' I've been slacking around for the past 2,5 years. Started out as a batshit crazy conspiracy theorist some 3 years ago, and gradually developed a more or less saner mindset which led me to the likes of Robert Anton Wilson, Terrence McKenna and Alan Watts. I've read the Illuminatus Trilogy (while realising I've been a little deluded dupe most my life) and I'm currently reading Cosmic Trigger. Unknowingly at the time, I think Eris manifested herself to me in various disguises over the years but in hindsight, I know it was her.

See you guys in another 6 months.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on October 10, 2012, 02:08:06 pm
Another Belgiumspag. 

Welcome!  You may be able to track down Triple Zero.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Black Pope on October 10, 2012, 02:32:35 pm
Urban dictionary tells me spag is commonly used by discordians, extremely tiny case of synchronicity?

While lurking I did notice another Dutch poster, where are you? I need you!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on October 10, 2012, 02:34:48 pm
No, we put that in there.

I mean, YES!  ZOMG! BBQ!  SYNCHRONICITY!

 :magick:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Black Pope on October 10, 2012, 02:34:58 pm
And on another note, don't mind my SPAG - it's atrocious.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cain on October 10, 2012, 03:18:41 pm
I'd be interested to hear which conspiracies started you off, as I tend to keep a bunch of conspiracy literature on my laptop.  I have something of a soft spot for David Icke, I will admit...
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Black Pope on October 10, 2012, 07:48:36 pm
It all started by watching the Zeitgeist documentary in which they hinted on 9/11 being an inside job. And thus I started to "research", as 9/11 cooks say, the grand scheme behind the destruction of the WTC. After a while 9/11 started to bore me and I switched onto the staunch anti-Roman Catholic, "the Jesuits are running the world" side of the global conspiracy. Which in the end led me to believe the Dutch intelligence agency was watching me since I now was aware it's not the masons, CFR, jews or other usual suspects plotting for one-world government, but in fact the kiddie porn fanboys from Rome who were pulling the strings.

I gladly enough was never drawn by the likes of Alex Jones and all the other screaming patriots (except for Bill Cooper) but I did follow Jordan Maxwell's conspiracy candy for a while. Besides him, I listened to most of the other household names in conspiracy land: such as Alan Watt, Eric Jon Phelps and Webster Tarpley. And within the field of 9/11 conspiracies, a guy named Nico Haupt and Simon Shack of the September Clues movie/website used to be predominant in my daily doses of conspiracy candy.

Needless to say, I had quite a laugh in hindsight realising I've been had all along.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cain on October 10, 2012, 07:49:28 pm
You should check out Jeff Wells when you have the time.  I think you'd dig him.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Black Pope on October 10, 2012, 07:52:40 pm
When David Icke isn't dealing with his bloody, shapeshiting reptilians then I must say it's not too bad. But I just can't look, or listen to the guy without having a good laugh about the lizard Queen at Buckingham Palace.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Black Pope on October 10, 2012, 07:53:47 pm
Never heard of that Jeff Wells before, will have a looksy tomorrow.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 11, 2012, 12:21:01 am
Hey! Umm... I've probably seemed stupid during my short time on here. Word Salad is not something I am usually fond of, but I read ee cummings earlier...  DAMN YOU POETRY!

Anyway, I'm Abbi, Chromia, or Banana Lady, depending on your cognitive preferency jargon jibberish. I like the idea of games, as in life being a game and crazy weird philosophical stuff like that. I also like animation and horror movies! So, yeah, I'm me, and probably not you. Bye!

Hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 11, 2012, 12:23:15 am
Hi there, registered on the board over 6 months ago and I've been an occasional lurker since. I would hate coming across as a self-boasting prick by arrogantly introducing myself but I'll give it a try.

I'm a 23-year-old Dutchie and reside in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Technically speaking I'm a student since I enrolled at a college somewhere, but in 'reality' I've been slacking around for the past 2,5 years. Started out as a batshit crazy conspiracy theorist some 3 years ago, and gradually developed a more or less saner mindset which led me to the likes of Robert Anton Wilson, Terrence McKenna and Alan Watts. I've read the Illuminatus Trilogy (while realising I've been a little deluded dupe most my life) and I'm currently reading Cosmic Trigger. Unknowingly at the time, I think Eris manifested herself to me in various disguises over the years but in hindsight, I know it was her.

See you guys in another 6 months.

Hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: tyrannosaurus vex on October 11, 2012, 01:27:15 am
Hi there, registered on the board over 6 months ago and I've been an occasional lurker since. I would hate coming across as a self-boasting prick by arrogantly introducing myself but I'll give it a try.

I'm a 23-year-old Dutchie and reside in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Technically speaking I'm a student since I enrolled at a college somewhere, but in 'reality' I've been slacking around for the past 2,5 years. Started out as a batshit crazy conspiracy theorist some 3 years ago, and gradually developed a more or less saner mindset which led me to the likes of Robert Anton Wilson, Terrence McKenna and Alan Watts. I've read the Illuminatus Trilogy (while realising I've been a little deluded dupe most my life) and I'm currently reading Cosmic Trigger. Unknowingly at the time, I think Eris manifested herself to me in various disguises over the years but in hindsight, I know it was her.

See you guys in another 6 months.

This isn't going to work out for you.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on October 11, 2012, 01:44:30 am
I like the Dutch one so far.

Chromia might be OK after all, too.  :)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Black Pope on October 11, 2012, 01:15:59 pm
Hi there, registered on the board over 6 months ago and I've been an occasional lurker since. I would hate coming across as a self-boasting prick by arrogantly introducing myself but I'll give it a try.

I'm a 23-year-old Dutchie and reside in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Technically speaking I'm a student since I enrolled at a college somewhere, but in 'reality' I've been slacking around for the past 2,5 years. Started out as a batshit crazy conspiracy theorist some 3 years ago, and gradually developed a more or less saner mindset which led me to the likes of Robert Anton Wilson, Terrence McKenna and Alan Watts. I've read the Illuminatus Trilogy (while realising I've been a little deluded dupe most my life) and I'm currently reading Cosmic Trigger. Unknowingly at the time, I think Eris manifested herself to me in various disguises over the years but in hindsight, I know it was her.

See you guys in another 6 months.

This isn't going to work out for you.

Good to know.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Able Kane on October 15, 2012, 06:59:22 am
Hello folks. It's a truly astronomical pleasure to be making all your collective acquaintancies. I've been walking the winding and strange-odored path of Eris for just over two years now and the pursuit of understanding the world from a Discordian perspective has taken me from a degenerate slacker with a passing interest in philosophy and a tiny dick, to an eminent genius, a veritable demigod of humility with a mean ontological streak, known for being horse-hung.

Can't wait to descend into the debauchery with you fine individuals.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 15, 2012, 07:06:38 am
Hello folks. It's a truly astronomical pleasure to be making all your collective acquaintancies. I've been walking the winding and strange-odored path of Eris for just over two years now and the pursuit of understanding the world from a Discordian perspective has taken me from a degenerate slacker with a passing interest in philosophy and a tiny dick, to an eminent genius, a veritable demigod of humility with a mean ontological streak, known for being horse-hung.

Can't wait to descend into the debauchery with you fine individuals.

Hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on October 15, 2012, 01:33:43 pm
Wait -- did you just announce that since finding your Discordia, you've become a massive prick?


If so, you're among friends.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 15, 2012, 03:02:04 pm
Wait -- did you just announce that since finding your Discordia, you've become a massive prick?


If so, you're among friends.

Keep this one.  Don't let Nigel near him, she'll just wreck it for everyone else.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on October 15, 2012, 03:50:06 pm
 :lulz: :lulz: :lulz:

Hi, new person.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Juana Go? on October 15, 2012, 04:38:54 pm
Welcome!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Able Kane on October 15, 2012, 06:20:23 pm
Wait -- did you just announce that since finding your Discordia, you've become a massive prick?


If so, you're among friends.
Thank gods, the last four doors I've knocked on have been nothing but fluffy hippies and kool-aid drinkers! It's good to meet some people who regard their insanity with utmost clarity (I've always said a good bout of mania is like spring cleaning for the brain)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: tyrannosaurus vex on October 15, 2012, 06:27:31 pm
Honeymoon phase countdown initiated. Stern damage in T-120.

WILL OUR HERO BE ABLE TO STOP THE CLOCK? OR WILL THE TIRED ROUTINE OF CYNICISM CONTINUE SELF-PERPETUATING INTO THE FARTHEST REACHES OF TIME?

Tune in to find out when everyone at PD quits doing all the IRL shit they're apparently doing right now and log back on here where they're supposed to be!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 15, 2012, 06:30:11 pm
Honeymoon phase countdown initiated. Stern damage in T-120.

WILL OUR HERO BE ABLE TO STOP THE CLOCK? OR WILL THE TIRED ROUTINE OF CYNICISM CONTINUE SELF-PERPETUATING INTO THE FARTHEST REACHES OF TIME?

Tune in to find out when everyone at PD quits doing all the IRL shit they're apparently doing right now and log back on here where they're supposed to be!

I'm sorry our Discordia is not up to your standards, V3x.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: tyrannosaurus vex on October 15, 2012, 06:37:41 pm
Honeymoon phase countdown initiated. Stern damage in T-120.

WILL OUR HERO BE ABLE TO STOP THE CLOCK? OR WILL THE TIRED ROUTINE OF CYNICISM CONTINUE SELF-PERPETUATING INTO THE FARTHEST REACHES OF TIME?

Tune in to find out when everyone at PD quits doing all the IRL shit they're apparently doing right now and log back on here where they're supposed to be!

I'm sorry our Discordia is not up to your standards, V3x.

You know that thread was entirely tongue in cheek right?
I'm just having one of those days.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 15, 2012, 06:38:32 pm
Honeymoon phase countdown initiated. Stern damage in T-120.

WILL OUR HERO BE ABLE TO STOP THE CLOCK? OR WILL THE TIRED ROUTINE OF CYNICISM CONTINUE SELF-PERPETUATING INTO THE FARTHEST REACHES OF TIME?

Tune in to find out when everyone at PD quits doing all the IRL shit they're apparently doing right now and log back on here where they're supposed to be!

I'm sorry our Discordia is not up to your standards, V3x.

You know that thread was entirely tongue in cheek right?
I'm just having one of those days.

Between this and your thread, I wasn't sure.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: tyrannosaurus vex on October 15, 2012, 06:40:21 pm
Honeymoon phase countdown initiated. Stern damage in T-120.

WILL OUR HERO BE ABLE TO STOP THE CLOCK? OR WILL THE TIRED ROUTINE OF CYNICISM CONTINUE SELF-PERPETUATING INTO THE FARTHEST REACHES OF TIME?

Tune in to find out when everyone at PD quits doing all the IRL shit they're apparently doing right now and log back on here where they're supposed to be!

I'm sorry our Discordia is not up to your standards, V3x.

You know that thread was entirely tongue in cheek right?
I'm just having one of those days.

Between this and your thread, I wasn't sure.

well... you can be sure.

I just feel a deep angst today. It's like being a teenager again, except I don't have the luxury of pretending adulthood will be any different. Unfortunately I have nowhere to shit but on the fine people here, because I'm tired of [xxxforums.com].
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 18, 2012, 12:25:32 am
Wait -- did you just announce that since finding your Discordia, you've become a massive prick?


If so, you're among friends.

Keep this one.  Don't let Nigel near him, she'll just wreck it for everyone else.

 :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Arim the Backwards One on November 17, 2012, 12:46:17 am
Hi everyone!
Some of you might remember me. Yknow, that quiet, cosplaying, roleplaying and generally pretty awkward Dane that popped up for about a year ago and somehow managed to make friends (or at least something somewhat close to friendly affections) with some of you, and then still only managing to stay around for a couple of weeks. Yeah, I don't really blame you if you don't remember.
Anygays, I rediscovered my interest in Discordianism, and I had somehow managed to forget that I actually quite liked it here. So I decided to try and give these forums a shot again, and hopefully I'll stick around a bit longer this longer. Even though I probably will mostly be lurking.
I'm not completely sure if this is the right place to post, since I've technically already introduced myself, but hopefully you won't skin me or anything if it's wrong. Figured that this would be the best place to let anyone who might care know that I'm active again, and also say hello to any new people who came after I left. Hello!
(Also is The Adventures of Waffle Iron still a thing that is going on? Because I just read through the whole thread and I'm still giggling.)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Don Coyote on November 17, 2012, 01:04:25 am
Hi everyone!
Some of you might remember me. Yknow, that quiet, cosplaying, roleplaying and generally pretty awkward Dane that popped up for about a year ago and somehow managed to make friends (or at least something somewhat close to friendly affections) with some of you, and then still only managing to stay around for a couple of weeks. Yeah, I don't really blame you if you don't remember.
Anygays, I rediscovered my interest in Discordianism, and I had somehow managed to forget that I actually quite liked it here. So I decided to try and give these forums a shot again, and hopefully I'll stick around a bit longer this longer. Even though I probably will mostly be lurking.
I'm not completely sure if this is the right place to post, since I've technically already introduced myself, but hopefully you won't skin me or anything if it's wrong. Figured that this would be the best place to let anyone who might care know that I'm active again, and also say hello to any new people who came after I left. Hello!
(Also is The Adventures of Waffle Iron still a thing that is going on? Because I just read through the whole thread and I'm still giggling.)

HEY DANISH PERSON WELCOME BACK AND WHILE YOU ARE HERE SEND TWID SOME BEES SO HE WILL GET BACK TO WORK ON THE WAFFLE SAGA!!!!!

ALSO HELLO AND WELCOME BACK!!!!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Arim the Backwards One on November 17, 2012, 01:30:08 am
Hi everyone!
Some of you might remember me. Yknow, that quiet, cosplaying, roleplaying and generally pretty awkward Dane that popped up for about a year ago and somehow managed to make friends (or at least something somewhat close to friendly affections) with some of you, and then still only managing to stay around for a couple of weeks. Yeah, I don't really blame you if you don't remember.
Anygays, I rediscovered my interest in Discordianism, and I had somehow managed to forget that I actually quite liked it here. So I decided to try and give these forums a shot again, and hopefully I'll stick around a bit longer this longer. Even though I probably will mostly be lurking.
I'm not completely sure if this is the right place to post, since I've technically already introduced myself, but hopefully you won't skin me or anything if it's wrong. Figured that this would be the best place to let anyone who might care know that I'm active again, and also say hello to any new people who came after I left. Hello!
(Also is The Adventures of Waffle Iron still a thing that is going on? Because I just read through the whole thread and I'm still giggling.)

HEY DANISH PERSON WELCOME BACK AND WHILE YOU ARE HERE SEND TWID SOME BEES SO HE WILL GET BACK TO WORK ON THE WAFFLE SAGA!!!!!

ALSO HELLO AND WELCOME BACK!!!!

THANK YOU, AND HELLO TO YOU TOO!
(Caps Lock should always be answered with Caps Lock)

I will! I would love to see that saga continued, because it is one of the most perfect things in existence. I actually think there was talk about me being in it, too, but that might as well have been wishful thinking from my side...
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Lenin McCarthy on November 17, 2012, 01:45:18 am
Velkommen tilbage, Arim! Great to have you back.  :)





Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 17, 2012, 01:52:07 am
Seems to be a bit of creeping Belgianism going on here.

Almost like they're infiltrating.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Arim the Backwards One on November 17, 2012, 02:42:19 am
Velkommen tilbage, Arim! Great to have you back.  :)

Mange tak!  :)
(and now I'll be heading for bed since it's 4 o'clock in the night here)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on November 17, 2012, 03:19:50 am
Seems to be a bit of creeping Belgianism going on here.

Almost like they're infiltrating.

OHSHIT! :tinfoilhat:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cain on November 17, 2012, 04:46:42 am
Seems to be a bit of creeping Belgianism going on here.

Almost like they're infiltrating.

Belgians do not intentionally infiltrate.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on November 17, 2012, 02:00:47 pm
Arim! Good to see ya!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 17, 2012, 04:03:50 pm
Seems to be a bit of creeping Belgianism going on here.

Almost like they're infiltrating.

Belgians do not intentionally infiltrate.

Does that make a difference?  I can hear the bastards in my dreams, clopping along stealthily in their wooden shoes.  Pretty soon everyone around us will be wearing turtlenecks and listening to death metal.

:shudder:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on November 17, 2012, 06:37:20 pm
INTENTIONALLY.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on November 17, 2012, 08:58:50 pm
Belgians don't do anything with intent. They're the zombie apocalypse.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: AFK on November 17, 2012, 10:37:13 pm
Everyone SHOULD be listening to death metal, just saying.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Arim the Backwards One on November 18, 2012, 10:24:32 pm
Arim! Good to see ya!

Thanks!  :)

Everyone SHOULD be listening to death metal, just saying.

I second this.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on November 18, 2012, 11:19:22 pm
Seems to be a bit of creeping Belgianism going on here.

Almost like they're infiltrating.

Belgians do not intentionally infiltrate.

Does that make a difference?  I can hear the bastards in my dreams, clopping along stealthily in their wooden shoes.  Pretty soon everyone around us will be wearing turtlenecks and listening to death metal.

:shudder:

Not turtlenecks! Fuck!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on November 18, 2012, 11:19:44 pm
Arim! Good to see ya!

Thanks!  :)

Everyone SHOULD be listening to death metal, just saying.

I second this.

I remember you!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on November 18, 2012, 11:23:08 pm
Also, Adventures of Waffle Iron is still ongoing but several months late. But, it is 6:30 on a Sunday in Boston and my laundry is almost done. So. I'll take a look, see where I left off and dig through and see if I was in the process of making the next one or if I have to remember what I was going to do.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Juana Go? on November 18, 2012, 11:39:45 pm
CALMING MANATEE!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Nephew Twiddleton on November 18, 2012, 11:43:27 pm
CALMING MANATEE!

Ah yes!

That's what tabs are for, I reckon!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chaorem on November 20, 2012, 01:41:45 pm
Total time logged in: 6 minutes. That's a lie right there. No F'n way it took me 6 minutes to click last page and reply.

And Hello.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 20, 2012, 01:43:03 pm
Total time logged in: 6 minutes. That's a lie right there. No F'n way it took me 6 minutes to click last page and reply.

And Hello.

Time works differently here, on account of the forum being run by an Irishman and programmed by some kind of Belgian or other.  I think they're using the metric system.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: P3nT4gR4m on November 20, 2012, 03:35:43 pm
100 seconds in a minute, 100 minutes in an hour, 100 hours in a day, 10 days in the working week

WELCOME TO PROGRESS!!!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 20, 2012, 03:37:19 pm
100 seconds in a minute, 100 minutes in an hour, 100 hours in a day, 10 days in the working week

WELCOME TO PROGRESS!!!

Don't think we can't hear you woad-smeared savages laughing up there in your frozen rockpile.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: P3nT4gR4m on November 20, 2012, 03:43:39 pm
Even if you can't hear us, we're still laughing. The maniacal cackle that comes when you're having the kind of fun that leaves emotional scars so deep they're indistinguishable from physical ones.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 20, 2012, 03:46:49 pm
Even if you can't hear us, we're still laughing. The maniacal cackle that comes when you're having the kind of fun that leaves emotional scars so deep they're indistinguishable from physical ones.

You just described my sex life.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: P3nT4gR4m on November 20, 2012, 03:56:02 pm
I never laugh during sex. The shaking makes the nitroglycerine go off too early
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 20, 2012, 04:01:34 pm
I never laugh during sex. The shaking makes the nitroglycerine go off too early

I can't help it, which is why I stick to more stable party favors.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Luna on November 20, 2012, 04:49:26 pm
I never laugh during sex. The shaking makes the nitroglycerine go off too early

I can't help it, which is why I stick to more stable party favors.

We shall not discuss Roger's idea of party favors.  The ones he sent me made my boyfriend go all gray in the face.   :sad:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 20, 2012, 04:51:38 pm
I never laugh during sex. The shaking makes the nitroglycerine go off too early

I can't help it, which is why I stick to more stable party favors.

We shall not discuss Roger's idea of party favors.  The ones he sent me made my boyfriend go all gray in the face.   :sad:

What?  I was toning it down for him, on account of his heart condition.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Luna on November 20, 2012, 05:01:16 pm
I never laugh during sex. The shaking makes the nitroglycerine go off too early

I can't help it, which is why I stick to more stable party favors.

We shall not discuss Roger's idea of party favors.  The ones he sent me made my boyfriend go all gray in the face.   :sad:

What?  I was toning it down for him, on account of his heart condition.

It was either the drill bit, or the thought of having another teenage daughter inflicted upon him.  Not quite sure.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 20, 2012, 05:01:56 pm
I never laugh during sex. The shaking makes the nitroglycerine go off too early

I can't help it, which is why I stick to more stable party favors.

We shall not discuss Roger's idea of party favors.  The ones he sent me made my boyfriend go all gray in the face.   :sad:

What?  I was toning it down for him, on account of his heart condition.

It was either the drill bit, or the thought of having another teenage daughter inflicted upon him.  Not quite sure.

He's not really...SERIOUS about having a good time, then?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Luna on November 20, 2012, 05:03:27 pm
I never laugh during sex. The shaking makes the nitroglycerine go off too early

I can't help it, which is why I stick to more stable party favors.

We shall not discuss Roger's idea of party favors.  The ones he sent me made my boyfriend go all gray in the face.   :sad:

What?  I was toning it down for him, on account of his heart condition.

It was either the drill bit, or the thought of having another teenage daughter inflicted upon him.  Not quite sure.

He's not really...SERIOUS about having a good time, then?

You haven't met his daughter.  She's her mother, in miniature, a comparison which would cause the little darling to have a seizure on the spot.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 20, 2012, 05:04:08 pm
I never laugh during sex. The shaking makes the nitroglycerine go off too early

I can't help it, which is why I stick to more stable party favors.

We shall not discuss Roger's idea of party favors.  The ones he sent me made my boyfriend go all gray in the face.   :sad:

What?  I was toning it down for him, on account of his heart condition.

It was either the drill bit, or the thought of having another teenage daughter inflicted upon him.  Not quite sure.

He's not really...SERIOUS about having a good time, then?

You haven't met his daughter.  She's her mother, in miniature, a comparison which would cause the little darling to have a seizure on the spot.

Make comparison, webcam it.  Post on PD.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Guide on November 26, 2012, 09:19:02 am
Hello peoples
I never laugh during sex. The shaking makes the nitroglycerine go off too early

I can't help it, which is why I stick to more stable party favors.

We shall not discuss Roger's idea of party favors.  The ones he sent me made my boyfriend go all gray in the face.   :sad:

What?  I was toning it down for him, on account of his heart condition.

It was either the drill bit, or the thought of having another teenage daughter inflicted upon him.  Not quite sure.

He's not really...SERIOUS about having a good time, then?

You haven't met his daughter.  She's her mother, in miniature, a comparison which would cause the little darling to have a seizure on the spot.

Make comparison, webcam it.  Post on PD.

*climbs up the quote steps*
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cain on November 26, 2012, 09:28:25 am
You're only going to have to climb down again.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Guide on November 26, 2012, 10:31:00 am
You're only going to have to climb down again.

*walks off of them* They're quotes, they don't have a height.   :kingmeh:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cain on November 26, 2012, 09:01:35 pm
Yes, you would think that, wouldn't you...
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on November 27, 2012, 03:39:24 pm
Yes, you would think that, wouldn't you...

Everyone falls for it the first time.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Aidian on December 11, 2012, 08:16:54 pm
In the pursuit of Eris, I packed up in a van and wandered down the road to New Orleans a couple years ago. "AHA!" says the brain, I'll surely find enlightenment by taking myself out of my element and shipping myself via van to Crazytown.

A few muggings, too many bottles, and some really interesting musical numbers later, I think I've gotten the joke. Cranial scars really serve to drive the punchline home and, goddess help me, it's fucking hilarious.

I've been lurking around here a bit, and it amuses me. I'd go so far as to call some of the posts inspirational, though it's more the creative use of language in rambles and/or rants making me run and scribble silly things on napkins that suckered me in.

And, y'know, the use of the word spag, which doesn't seem to ever make me stop giggling.

So hello, and all that. I'm going back into the archives.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on December 11, 2012, 08:17:53 pm
You still in NOLA?


I love that place.


Also: Welcome, spag!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Aidian on December 11, 2012, 08:20:39 pm
Yep. Playing the ubiquitous bartending game and wondering how long, precisely, I'll get away with it before people realize they're throwing money at me of their own volition to be a snarky jackass. It's the life, at least as compared with most other things I've dabbled in.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on December 11, 2012, 08:21:45 pm
Which bars do you tend to snark at?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Aidian on December 11, 2012, 08:24:31 pm
This has all the hallmarks of an afterschool special on internet predators. You're a goddamned bear, or some sort of vole, aren't you?

I tend towards the Marigny/Bywater, what with cheap housing and an easy commute being a good combination. The SWAT teams raiding crack houses make a great free alarm clock, too.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cain on December 11, 2012, 08:26:13 pm
He is the internet's largest* Bearforce1 fan.

*In every sense of the word.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Aidian on December 11, 2012, 08:30:47 pm
Why do I always have to look?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on December 11, 2012, 08:32:51 pm
In the pursuit of Eris, I packed up in a van and wandered down the road to New Orleans a couple years ago. "AHA!" says the brain, I'll surely find enlightenment by taking myself out of my element and shipping myself via van to Crazytown.

NOLA isn't Crazytown.  It's "get stabbed" town.  It's "party like it's 1945 town".  It's many things, but there is nothing crazy about NOLA.  Mean and violent, you're never safe, that's for sure...But not crazy.

For Crazy, you need Tucson, Providence, or Portland, depending on what kind of Crazy you're after.

Also, stop chasing Eris.  One day she'll slow down and let you catch her.  Then you're FUCKED.  That vicious old hag will have your guts for garters.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on December 11, 2012, 08:33:41 pm
This has all the hallmarks of an afterschool special on internet predators.

Oh boy.

The triumpant return of NegativeNinja666.

 :kingmeh:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on December 11, 2012, 08:37:12 pm
Yes to all the above.

Anyway, when I'm in town I rarely go past Frenchman street.  I know, but I am a tourist.

I tend to hang at Good Friends, Bourbon Pub, Molly's, what used to be the Matador, and Decatur St in general.

Anyway, you don't want to talk about it, no harm done.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Aidian on December 11, 2012, 08:44:32 pm
For Crazy, you need Tucson, Providence, or Portland, depending on what kind of Crazy you're after.

I moved down from Portland, actually. Great place, awful economy. I've eyeballed New Orleans for years, so it seemed like a good destination until the next walkabout.

The triumpant return of NegativeNinja666.

Nope, separate entity.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on December 11, 2012, 08:46:30 pm
Nope, separate entity.

Not in any practical sense.  Both of you came on the board, and accused the first person who was friendly towards you of being a predator/pedo/whatever.

And to do it to LMNO, of all people?  He's the last nice guy we have left.

So, yeah.  Same fucking thing.

Jackass.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Aidian on December 11, 2012, 08:47:33 pm
Anyway, when I'm in town I rarely go past Frenchman street.  I know, but I am a tourist.

I tend to hang at Good Friends, Bourbon Pub, Molly's, what used to be the Matador, and Decatur St in general.

Frenchman has some nice spots. If it's sociability I want, I'm usually around Kajun's/Siberia/AllWays. If I'm looking to hide in a dank corner, it's usually the John or a Decatur dive, though the Quarter's a bit too far for me to stumble back home in my lazy fashion.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Aidian on December 11, 2012, 08:49:54 pm
And to do it to LMNO, of all people?  He's the last nice guy we have left.

Entirely tongue in cheek, and I really should have known better. We can add "tactless" to the jackass.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on December 11, 2012, 08:54:11 pm
I'll go on the record of not taking it seriously.  Not offended. 
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on December 11, 2012, 08:58:55 pm
I'll go on the record of not taking it seriously.  Not offended.

I'm not "offended", either.  I just think that I'll be avoiding someone who thinks that's funny, especially given that - at this time of day - most people are posting from work.

And how the fuck is that supposed to be funny in the first place?

"Hi, nice to meet you."
\
:)

"PEDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!"
\
:nigel:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Aidian on December 11, 2012, 09:07:57 pm
Appreciated, LMNO, and my relatively sincere apologies for stepping on toes right out of the gate. I've been mouthy for too long, the logical part that says "perhaps I should tread carefully for a while" may be irreparably damaged. I'll have to work on that in the future before I dig my hole any deeper.

I'm not "offended", either.  I just think that I'll be avoiding someone who thinks that's funny, especially given that - at this time of day - most people are posting from work.

And how the fuck is that supposed to be funny in the first place?

That was a skewed attempt to play on your intro to the thread.

Bear in mind, of course, that this is the interbutts, and be careful how much information you put out there.

That, for me, always dredges up the 1500 pound rabid grizzly parody (http://www.reoiv.com/images/random/bears.jpg).

I am appropriately chastened, though, and can't fight the logic that work filters make life hell for many, many people. I'll just see how much of my boot I can cram in my mouth over that one, and certainly try not to repeat it.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on December 11, 2012, 09:12:25 pm
Okay.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Pæs on December 12, 2012, 12:24:49 am
I am appropriately chastened, though, and can't fight the logic that work filters make life hell for many, many people. I'll just see how much of my boot I can cram in my mouth over that one, and certainly try not to repeat it.
I like this approach.

Of course, don't think you're getting away that easily. You'll do something wrong. They always do. You'll do something wrong and then that'll be IT. Think of this as a suspended sentence. As soon as you trip over again, we'll be forgetting your apologies and adding this to the list of your crimes.

It's only a matter of time.

Until then, the Nigels will wait and their hunger will grow.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Aidian on December 12, 2012, 02:41:06 am
Of course, don't think you're getting away that easily.

If I were really concerned with getting away easily, I wouldn't have registered. I had my chance for an easy out, but what fun is that? There are exactly zero TGRR holy names given, and much less awkward backpedaling around folk whose brains I appreciate, in the day to day.

That said, of course I'll eventually do something else wrong. Following that inevitability, I'll just quietly lay my head down and wait for the well deserved axe blow. That, or try the nifty "catch the blade between my hands" bit, which should have much the same result. Can't have the Nigels going hungry, after all. That's just rude.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on December 12, 2012, 03:40:59 am
Of course, don't think you're getting away that easily.

If I were really concerned with getting away easily, I wouldn't have registered. I had my chance for an easy out, but what fun is that? There are exactly zero TGRR holy names given, and much less awkward backpedaling around folk whose brains I appreciate, in the day to day.

That said, of course I'll eventually do something else wrong. Following that inevitability, I'll just quietly lay my head down and wait for the well deserved axe blow. That, or try the nifty "catch the blade between my hands" bit, which should have much the same result. Can't have the Nigels going hungry, after all. That's just rude.

Nigel doesn't use an axe.  Your bones just sort of fall out.  It's not pretty, and we don't question it.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Pæs on December 12, 2012, 03:47:59 am
I remember the last person who tried to "catch the blade between their hands".

And then it wasn't a blade.

There's no getting clean again after that.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on December 12, 2012, 03:52:51 am
I remember the last person who tried to "catch the blade between their hands".

And then it wasn't a blade.

There's no getting clean again after that.

I heard Nigel never DID get that shirt clean, and had to buy a new one.  People should be more considerate.  She's not made of money, you know.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Pæs on December 12, 2012, 03:55:35 am
PLEASE don't tell me what she is made of.

I worked very hard on forgetting.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on December 12, 2012, 04:03:40 am
PLEASE don't tell me what she is made of.

I worked very hard on forgetting.

Well, okay.

But she's full of angry bees.  Just saying.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Don Coyote on December 12, 2012, 04:10:29 am
PLEASE don't tell me what she is made of.

I worked very hard on forgetting.

Well, okay.

But she's full of angry bees.  Just saying.

Bees are but an illusionary figment of The Dark Empress' love for us. She allows it to be bees, so as to spare our minds, souls, and tender orifices that might be prone to prolapse.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on December 12, 2012, 04:18:22 am
PLEASE don't tell me what she is made of.

I worked very hard on forgetting.

Well, okay.

But she's full of angry bees.  Just saying.

Bees are but an illusionary figment of The Dark Empress' love for us. She allows it to be bees, so as to spare our minds, souls, and tender orifices that might be prone to prolapse.

Love for us?  Who are you trying to kid, Bubba?  She calls us "Kibbles & Bits".  She dragged Kai into the sewer, and nobody's seen him since.  When's the last time you saw Payne?  She fed Richter to a pig.  Twice (first pig didn't make it).  Yeah, that's love.  I DIDN'T WANT TO FEED YOU YOUR OWN GUTS, BUT YOU MADE ME DO IT kinda love.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Don Coyote on December 12, 2012, 04:28:58 am
PLEASE don't tell me what she is made of.

I worked very hard on forgetting.

Well, okay.

But she's full of angry bees.  Just saying.

Bees are but an illusionary figment of The Dark Empress' love for us. She allows it to be bees, so as to spare our minds, souls, and tender orifices that might be prone to prolapse.

Love for us?  Who are you trying to kid, Bubba?  She calls us "Kibbles & Bits".  She dragged Kai into the sewer, and nobody's seen him since.  When's the last time you saw Payne?  She fed Richter to a pig.  Twice (first pig didn't make it).  Yeah, that's love.  I DIDN'T WANT TO FEED YOU YOUR OWN GUTS, BUT YOU MADE ME DO IT kinda love.

We are incapable of understanding Her love for us. It is greater and sideways to our perceptions of purple and sharp.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: insideout on December 12, 2012, 03:41:29 pm
hello!

I'm new here.  I'm not profound or wise.  I often figure out that what I think is clever, others yawn at.

Nevertheless, I may try to contribute occasionally if doing so seems entertaining.

 :cheers:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on December 12, 2012, 03:46:28 pm
Hi new person!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on December 12, 2012, 04:52:22 pm
Welcome aboard.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on December 12, 2012, 05:14:12 pm
PLEASE don't tell me what she is made of.

I worked very hard on forgetting.

Well, okay.

But she's full of angry bees.  Just saying.

Bees are but an illusionary figment of The Dark Empress' love for us. She allows it to be bees, so as to spare our minds, souls, and tender orifices that might be prone to prolapse.

Love for us?  Who are you trying to kid, Bubba?  She calls us "Kibbles & Bits".  She dragged Kai into the sewer, and nobody's seen him since.  When's the last time you saw Payne?  She fed Richter to a pig.  Twice (first pig didn't make it).  Yeah, that's love.  I DIDN'T WANT TO FEED YOU YOUR OWN GUTS, BUT YOU MADE ME DO IT kinda love.

The dinner scene in "Silence of the Lambs II" (or whatever they called it) was inspired by something Nigel did at OKCupid.
They toned it down quite a bit, though.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on December 16, 2012, 10:15:21 pm
What is going on in here? I look away for ONE MINUTE.  :lol:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on December 16, 2012, 10:15:56 pm
hello!

I'm new here.  I'm not profound or wise.  I often figure out that what I think is clever, others yawn at.

Nevertheless, I may try to contribute occasionally if doing so seems entertaining.

 :cheers:

 :? :? :? I don't understand what to do with this one... it is already inside out.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Aidian on December 17, 2012, 05:48:33 am
What is going on in here? I look away for ONE MINUTE.  :lol:

Short story shorter, hi. I'm likely to be the next sacrificial offering. What spices do you prefer I marinate myself in?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on December 17, 2012, 06:40:08 am
What is going on in here? I look away for ONE MINUTE.  :lol:

Short story shorter, hi. I'm likely to be the next sacrificial offering. What spices do you prefer I marinate myself in?

Oh hi! Cumin and garlic, please, it's chili season.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Aidian on December 17, 2012, 09:52:45 am
What is going on in here? I look away for ONE MINUTE.  :lol:

Short story shorter, hi. I'm likely to be the next sacrificial offering. What spices do you prefer I marinate myself in?

Oh hi! Cumin and garlic, please, it's chili season.

See, this is why I ask. I would have gone for a curry rub-down, and completely skewed the recipe.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on December 17, 2012, 09:56:28 am
What is going on in here? I look away for ONE MINUTE.  :lol:

Short story shorter, hi. I'm likely to be the next sacrificial offering. What spices do you prefer I marinate myself in?

Oh hi! Cumin and garlic, please, it's chili season.

See, this is why I ask. I would have gone for a curry rub-down, and completely skewed the recipe.

Ohhh yeah. I did a coconut curry last night, and it was good, but I don't need any more curry for the rest of December.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Patron Saint on December 17, 2012, 11:23:55 am
Do not be satisfied with the stories that have come before you.  Unfold your own myth. -Rumi

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Vincent on January 02, 2013, 08:43:56 pm
Hello. New arrival. People tell me I'm all sorts of crazy; that'll fit me in nicely, yes?

Now point me towards the nearest need-to-know questionnaire, please.  :kingmeh:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on January 02, 2013, 08:46:03 pm
Sorry to disappoint, but most of us here are stark raving sane. 

We do get a bit Holy™ at times, but that's a horse of a different moustache.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Pæs on January 02, 2013, 08:47:01 pm
Hello. New arrival. People tell me I'm all sorts of crazy; that'll fit me in nicely, yes?

Now point me towards the nearest need-to-know questionnaire, please.  :kingmeh:
Are you known and noted for your outlandishness?

Will you assert that insanity is FUN?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 02, 2013, 08:47:34 pm
Hello. New arrival. People tell me I'm all sorts of crazy; that'll fit me in nicely, yes?

Balls.  We are a collection of amazingly well-adjusted individuals.  We're always calm, and we hardly ever come across like an epileptic telegraph operator.

Now point me towards the nearest need-to-know questionnaire, please.  :kingmeh:

We don't have any of those.  We frown on such things, as you don't want to tell us, and we don't want to know.  It's like filling out the census form, if the census form was written by a telegraph operator with tourettes.



(Hey...If you had a telegraph operator with tourettes and another one with epilepsy, how the fuck could you tell them apart?)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 02, 2013, 08:49:50 pm
Sorry to disappoint, but most of us here are stark raving sane. 

EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCE, PLS.

We do get a bit Holy™ at times, but that's a horse of a different moustache.

It never occurred to me that a BIG GAY COWBOY'S horse would also be BIG and GAY, but it makes perfect sense when you think about it.

Poor Trigger...He never saw Silver coming.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Vincent on January 02, 2013, 08:50:35 pm
Sorry to disappoint, but most of us here are stark raving sane. 

We do get a bit Holy™ at times, but that's a horse of a different moustache.

I didn't mean crazy-crazy, in a way.

Note to self: should not have mentioned crazy; reboot with different noun in the future.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Vincent on January 02, 2013, 08:52:19 pm
Hello. New arrival. People tell me I'm all sorts of crazy; that'll fit me in nicely, yes?

Now point me towards the nearest need-to-know questionnaire, please.  :kingmeh:
Are you known and noted for your outlandishness?

Will you assert that insanity is FUN?

Yes.

It stands between me and excessive boredom.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 02, 2013, 08:52:51 pm
Sorry to disappoint, but most of us here are stark raving sane. 

We do get a bit Holy™ at times, but that's a horse of a different moustache.

I didn't mean crazy-crazy, in a way.

Note to self: should not have mentioned crazy; reboot with different noun in the future.

You mean "wild & crazy", then.  Steve Martin-style.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on January 02, 2013, 08:53:41 pm
Sorry to disappoint, but most of us here are stark raving sane. 

EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCE, PLS.


It maps to the territory there is, rather than the territory we would like.

It still removes us from the majority of humans, but at least we know the light is an oncoming freight train.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Vincent on January 02, 2013, 08:54:44 pm
(Hey...If you had a telegraph operator with tourettes and another one with epilepsy, how the fuck could you tell them apart?)

I'll have to sleep on that one.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 02, 2013, 08:54:48 pm
Hello. New arrival. People tell me I'm all sorts of crazy; that'll fit me in nicely, yes?

Now point me towards the nearest need-to-know questionnaire, please.  :kingmeh:
Are you known and noted for your outlandishness?

Will you assert that insanity is FUN?

Yes.

It stands between me and excessive boredom.

Yeah, so does a rotten tooth, which has the added advantage of being less miserable than mental illness.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 02, 2013, 08:55:49 pm
It maps to the territory there is, rather than the territory we would like.

This doesn't seem healthy, sir.  In fact, it sounds like a great big cadmium sammich.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Vincent on January 02, 2013, 09:01:02 pm
Sorry to disappoint, but most of us here are stark raving sane. 

EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCE, PLS.

We do get a bit Holy™ at times, but that's a horse of a different moustache.

It never occurred to me that a BIG GAY COWBOY'S horse would also be BIG and GAY, but it makes perfect sense when you think about it.

Poor Trigger...He never saw Silver coming.

I'm big, gay-ish and I like horses though.

You mean "wild & crazy", then.  Steve Martin-style.

I don't get 75% of your cultural memes, but sure.

Yeah, so does a rotten tooth, which has the added advantage of being less miserable than mental illness.

Living in Belgium, having a rotten tooth is considered exciting. You'd be miserable too. I've been known to consort with psychiaters, psychologists and all kinds of fairy soothsayers.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 02, 2013, 09:04:20 pm
Living in Belgium, having a rotten tooth is considered exciting. You'd be miserable too. I've been known to consort with psychiaters, psychologists and all kinds of fairy soothsayers.

Yeah, I know how you feel.  A couple of years ago, I managed to contract a brain virus that tore up my reticular formation a bit.  I spent a little while batshit insane, and I still occasionally have "fits".  Everything goes dark, and everyone is plotting against me.  I behave more or less accordingly.  Then I snap out of it, back to normal...Except that I've lost some time, and usually some friends.

In terms of "fun", I put it up there with catching on fire.  You're not bored, but it's not exactly a party.

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Vincent on January 02, 2013, 09:05:03 pm
Sorry to disappoint, but most of us here are stark raving sane. 

EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCE, PLS.


It maps to the territory there is, rather than the territory we would like.

It still removes us from the majority of humans, but at least we know the light is an oncoming freight train.

You're setting a trap. I will not have it.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 02, 2013, 09:09:52 pm
Sorry to disappoint, but most of us here are stark raving sane. 

EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCE, PLS.


It maps to the territory there is, rather than the territory we would like.

It still removes us from the majority of humans, but at least we know the light is an oncoming freight train.

You're setting a trap. I will not have it.

You already walked into the trap, when you regged here.

Now you have to get used to it, or chew a limb off to get out1.







1 You still won't get out.  We just get a boot out of watching people gnaw their limbs off.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Vincent on January 02, 2013, 09:16:54 pm
Sorry to disappoint, but most of us here are stark raving sane. 

EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCE, PLS.


It maps to the territory there is, rather than the territory we would like.

It still removes us from the majority of humans, but at least we know the light is an oncoming freight train.

You're setting a trap. I will not have it.

You already walked into the trap, when you regged here.

Now you have to get used to it, or chew a limb off to get out1.







1 You still won't get out.  We just get a boot out of watching people gnaw their limbs off.

I'll get out when I feel like I've absorbed all brains here. I might even be able to kidnap a friend or two.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 02, 2013, 09:17:32 pm
Sorry to disappoint, but most of us here are stark raving sane. 

EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCE, PLS.


It maps to the territory there is, rather than the territory we would like.

It still removes us from the majority of humans, but at least we know the light is an oncoming freight train.

You're setting a trap. I will not have it.

You already walked into the trap, when you regged here.

Now you have to get used to it, or chew a limb off to get out1.







1 You still won't get out.  We just get a boot out of watching people gnaw their limbs off.

I'll get out when I feel like I've absorbed all brains here. I might even be able to kidnap a friend or two.

Well, you can just go ahead and have mine.  It's fucking filthy, and I won't have it in my head.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on January 02, 2013, 09:19:10 pm
Heh. Well, good luck with that.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mr. MumboJumbo on January 14, 2013, 05:35:04 pm
Well hello there and welcome to my first post.
I'm Steve, and I joined mainly to stalk The Good Reverend, who I really, REALLY hate. Thanks for creating this great welcome thread BTW, it makes it a lot easier to get started.
Where were you yesterday? I spent all day doing drugs and posting in that FB group. I thought you said you were going to AT LEAST give us one hour of hate a night? I'm your biggest fan over there, and you're the best thing to happen there in a long time. Don't forsake us, shake us. They (we) need it.
Anyways, I've spent most of the last 3 or 4 years on FB amassing a friend list of "Thuthers" because it was the first time I'd been exposed to the public version of 'alternative viewpoints', being one of those 'in the shadows' types before then. I've since learned that "Truthers" are just butthurt troglodytes who'll believe anything that fits their agenda. So I just started focusing on the discordian page...mostly screwing around...having light fun with the other members...then The Good Rev showed up and laid down the Hammer! Man, he came off as a prick at first but I had to ask myself, "Do I deserve this?", and the answer came up [MAYBE]. I also think I'm the only one there that's recognized his hate to really be a form of love, so I now consider myself one of his "Subordinates" ;) Well, sort of.
He looks like a big, snuggly teddy bear doesn't he?
Ok well, other than that glad to be here, and don't EVER go easy on me (not telling you what to do).
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mr. MumboJumbo on January 14, 2013, 05:40:43 pm
Also, where do you people keep all the cute cat pics?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Salty on January 14, 2013, 06:03:35 pm
Welcome!

Pool's on the roof.

Please refrain from posting VERBOTEN topics. I can't tell you what they are because just spelling them out in this post will cause events which will make biblical plagues look, uh, less...bad? My brain today, blah.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Pæs on January 14, 2013, 06:04:11 pm
Also, where do you people keep all the cute cat pics?

http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,30523.0.html
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 14, 2013, 06:29:06 pm
Well hello there and welcome to my first post.
I'm Steve, and I joined mainly to stalk The Good Reverend, who I really, REALLY hate. Thanks for creating this great welcome thread BTW, it makes it a lot easier to get started.
Where were you yesterday? I spent all day doing drugs and posting in that FB group. I thought you said you were going to AT LEAST give us one hour of hate a night? I'm your biggest fan over there, and you're the best thing to happen there in a long time. Don't forsake us, shake us. They (we) need it.
Anyways, I've spent most of the last 3 or 4 years on FB amassing a friend list of "Thuthers" because it was the first time I'd been exposed to the public version of 'alternative viewpoints', being one of those 'in the shadows' types before then. I've since learned that "Truthers" are just butthurt troglodytes who'll believe anything that fits their agenda. So I just started focusing on the discordian page...mostly screwing around...having light fun with the other members...then The Good Rev showed up and laid down the Hammer! Man, he came off as a prick at first but I had to ask myself, "Do I deserve this?", and the answer came up [MAYBE]. I also think I'm the only one there that's recognized his hate to really be a form of love, so I now consider myself one of his "Subordinates" ;) Well, sort of.
He looks like a big, snuggly teddy bear doesn't he?
Ok well, other than that glad to be here, and don't EVER go easy on me (not telling you what to do).

:lulz:

Welcome aboard, Steve.  It's not me you have to look out for, it's Nigel.  She's a bad person, and she's right about fucking everything, which violates my white male American privilege in ways that leave me bow-legged and in need of one of those prostate replacement thingies they make out of teflon.

Here's what you're going to find here, if you look hard enough, or just get silly and ask:

1.  About a dozen books written since the Principia Discordia.
2.  Thousands of pages of rants and sermons.  10 years worth of hollering and carrying on, with no character limits.
3.  Hundreds of pages of complaints concerning Nigel and "The Crippler".
4.  REAL kooks.  Not the good the kind.  Most have gone the way of the dodo, but the subforum "The Peanut Gallery" has more sick laughs per page than anything I've ever seen on the interbutt supermarket to date.
5.  Horrorology.

Essentially, it's "slightly longer attention span theater", which is why 80% of our user base fucked off to various Facebook pages.

Also, shut up.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on January 14, 2013, 06:31:44 pm
Hi, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 14, 2013, 06:54:08 pm
Hi, new guy!

I do like how his Hate™ is very clearly expressed.  Nothing passive-aggressive about this one, either here or on FB. 

Looks like my missionary work there hasn't been a total write-off.

(ETA:  I bet the Mormons are jealous.  All I have to do is scream at people all day, whereas they get screamed at all day.  Which is as it should be.)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on January 14, 2013, 06:55:52 pm
Congrats. The odds of that are slightly less than hitting the Megabucks.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 14, 2013, 06:57:28 pm
Congrats. The odds of that are slightly less than hitting the Megabucks.

Which?  Of saving the heathen swine over at FB?

Probably.  It's a good thing I'm not in the salvation business.  That gets you nailed to a stick, or shot, or even winding up living in something like Graceland.  The mind boggles in horror.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Jaidyn Casey on January 14, 2013, 06:59:02 pm
Hey there Steve! I am Trisha and I have to admit I totally skipped over my intro, I just kind of dove in taking over a friends spot.

Glad to have you hear and as was said, the pool's on the roof and if I may do some self promotion, please check out the links on my sig and also on the sig of LMNO for some awesome stuff.

Squeak at ya later!  :)

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on January 14, 2013, 07:14:21 pm
Congrats. The odds of that are slightly less than hitting the Megabucks.

Which?  Of saving the heathen swine over at FB?

Probably.  It's a good thing I'm not in the salvation business.  That gets you nailed to a stick, or shot, or even winding up living in something like Graceland.  The mind boggles in horror.

If Elvis lived in this century, would he still shoot televisions?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 14, 2013, 07:15:52 pm
Congrats. The odds of that are slightly less than hitting the Megabucks.

Which?  Of saving the heathen swine over at FB?

Probably.  It's a good thing I'm not in the salvation business.  That gets you nailed to a stick, or shot, or even winding up living in something like Graceland.  The mind boggles in horror.

If Elvis lived in this century, would he still shoot televisions?

He'd never stop.

He was a titan among men. 
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on January 14, 2013, 07:17:41 pm
Congrats. The odds of that are slightly less than hitting the Megabucks.

Which?  Of saving the heathen swine over at FB?

Probably.  It's a good thing I'm not in the salvation business.  That gets you nailed to a stick, or shot, or even winding up living in something like Graceland.  The mind boggles in horror.

If Elvis lived in this century, would he still shoot televisions?

He'd never stop.

He was a titan among men.

Careful. I could come away from this with a shred of hope for humanity.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mr. MumboJumbo on January 14, 2013, 07:22:05 pm
High Holy Shit! So many replies...this place is worse...er, sorry...better than FB.

Also, where do you people keep all the cute cat pics?

http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,30523.0.html

Oh thanks! My cat has a vagina though, which is even worse than loosing the use of a penis.

Hi, new guy!

Hey thanks for having me!

Well hello there and welcome to my first post.
I'm Steve, and I joined mainly to stalk The Good Reverend, who I really, REALLY hate. Thanks for creating this great welcome thread BTW, it makes it a lot easier to get started.
Where were you yesterday? I spent all day doing drugs and posting in that FB group. I thought you said you were going to AT LEAST give us one hour of hate a night? I'm your biggest fan over there, and you're the best thing to happen there in a long time. Don't forsake us, shake us. They (we) need it.
Anyways, I've spent most of the last 3 or 4 years on FB amassing a friend list of "Thuthers" because it was the first time I'd been exposed to the public version of 'alternative viewpoints', being one of those 'in the shadows' types before then. I've since learned that "Truthers" are just butthurt troglodytes who'll believe anything that fits their agenda. So I just started focusing on the discordian page...mostly screwing around...having light fun with the other members...then The Good Rev showed up and laid down the Hammer! Man, he came off as a prick at first but I had to ask myself, "Do I deserve this?", and the answer came up [MAYBE]. I also think I'm the only one there that's recognized his hate to really be a form of love, so I now consider myself one of his "Subordinates" ;) Well, sort of.
He looks like a big, snuggly teddy bear doesn't he?
Ok well, other than that glad to be here, and don't EVER go easy on me (not telling you what to do).

:lulz:

Welcome aboard, Steve.  It's not me you have to look out for, it's Nigel.  She's a bad person, and she's right about fucking everything, which violates my white male American privilege in ways that leave me bow-legged and in need of one of those prostate replacement thingies they make out of teflon.

Here's what you're going to find here, if you look hard enough, or just get silly and ask:

1.  About a dozen books written since the Principia Discordia.
2.  Thousands of pages of rants and sermons.  10 years worth of hollering and carrying on, with no character limits.
3.  Hundreds of pages of complaints concerning Nigel and "The Crippler".
4.  REAL kooks.  Not the good the kind.  Most have gone the way of the dodo, but the subforum "The Peanut Gallery" has more sick laughs per page than anything I've ever seen on the interbutt supermarket to date.
5.  Horrorology.

Essentially, it's "slightly longer attention span theater", which is why 80% of our user base fucked off to various Facebook pages.

Also, shut up.

Hey Bud! Thanks for the warm welcome.
You know, when you mentioned "Nigel" as my possible ID on FB...I didn't say anything, cause I got the smarts, but you freaked me out a bit. For many years there's been two "Steve"s in my group of friends, and we decided to nickname the other one "Nigel" for simplicity's sake. For a few (fun) minutes I thought you were some sort of CIA remote viewer or something. Well, you might still be, I just haven't proved it yet.
Who's this Nigel person? I'm not afraid of him/her/it/you. In fact, I bet he/she/it/you'll really like me. In fact, I guarantee it! (guarantee not valid outside of Canada)

Hey there Steve! I am Trisha and I have to admit I totally skipped over my intro, I just kind of dove in taking over a friends spot.

Glad to have you hear and as was said, the pool's on the roof and if I may do some self promotion, please check out the links on my sig and also on the sig of LMNO for some awesome stuff.

Squeak at ya later!  :)



Hi!!!

Congrats. The odds of that are slightly less than hitting the Megabucks.

Which?  Of saving the heathen swine over at FB?

Probably.  It's a good thing I'm not in the salvation business.  That gets you nailed to a stick, or shot, or even winding up living in something like Graceland.  The mind boggles in horror.

If Elvis lived in this century, would he still shoot televisions?

He'd never stop.

He was a titan among men. 

FB's like a big fishing pond...there's lots of crap in there but if you have the bait and the time, you might find a keeper, like me.

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cain on January 14, 2013, 07:23:21 pm
Quote
You know, when you mentioned "Nigel" as my possible ID on FB...I didn't say anything, cause I got the smarts, but you freaked me out a bit. For many years there's been two "Steve"s in my group of friends, and we decided to nickname the other one "Nigel" for simplicity's sake. For a few (fun) minutes I thought you were some sort of CIA remote viewer or something. Well, you might still be, I just haven't proved it yet.

No, you can be sure no-one here is on any sort of government payroll of any kind.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on January 14, 2013, 07:24:46 pm
We promise.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 14, 2013, 07:33:12 pm
High Holy Shit! So many replies...this place is worse...er, sorry...better than FB.

You should have seen it from 2006-2010. 

Quote
Who's this Nigel person? I'm not afraid of him/her/it/you. In fact, I bet he/she/it/you'll really like me. In fact, I guarantee it! (guarantee not valid outside of Canada)

You will be.

Nigel is the reason Sasquatches hide.  They know.  They KNOW.

I mean, it would be hard for them NOT to, right?  Every spring, she goes running through the woods in Oregon, wearing nothing but The Crippler and a GRIN, doing things to the poor bastards that are best left undescribed.  Which is why they all quietly left the Pacific Northwest, and took up residence in WalMart stores across the country.  You'll find them in the "Adult Needs" aisle, looking for ways to remedy their problems.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 14, 2013, 07:40:31 pm
The other problem with Nigel, of course, is that there's way too many of her.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Don Coyote on January 15, 2013, 12:45:37 am
Quote
You know, when you mentioned "Nigel" as my possible ID on FB...I didn't say anything, cause I got the smarts, but you freaked me out a bit. For many years there's been two "Steve"s in my group of friends, and we decided to nickname the other one "Nigel" for simplicity's sake. For a few (fun) minutes I thought you were some sort of CIA remote viewer or something. Well, you might still be, I just haven't proved it yet.

No, you can be sure no-one here is on any sort of government payroll of any kind.
:lulz:
We promise.

 :lulz: :lulz:

The other problem with Nigel, of course, is that there's way too many of her.

That is why I live up here and never travel south anymore.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 15, 2013, 01:42:20 am
Quote
You know, when you mentioned "Nigel" as my possible ID on FB...I didn't say anything, cause I got the smarts, but you freaked me out a bit. For many years there's been two "Steve"s in my group of friends, and we decided to nickname the other one "Nigel" for simplicity's sake. For a few (fun) minutes I thought you were some sort of CIA remote viewer or something. Well, you might still be, I just haven't proved it yet.

No, you can be sure no-one here is on any sort of government payroll of any kind.
:lulz:
We promise.

 :lulz: :lulz:

The other problem with Nigel, of course, is that there's way too many of her.

That is why I live up here and never travel south anymore.

I fucking TOLD you to get out while the getting was good.  But would you listen?

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

So now you're stuck in Seattle, and you have nobody to blame but yourself.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 15, 2013, 01:45:10 am
I get busy for a day and WTF is going on in here?  :lol:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 15, 2013, 01:46:01 am
I get busy for a day and WTF is going on in here?  :lol:

I was only telling him about the Sasquatches.

For which you oughta be ashamed.  Poor gigantic hairy bipeds.

Um.

Wait.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 15, 2013, 01:46:23 am
Well hello there and welcome to my first post.
I'm Steve, and I joined mainly to stalk The Good Reverend, who I really, REALLY hate. Thanks for creating this great welcome thread BTW, it makes it a lot easier to get started.
Where were you yesterday? I spent all day doing drugs and posting in that FB group. I thought you said you were going to AT LEAST give us one hour of hate a night? I'm your biggest fan over there, and you're the best thing to happen there in a long time. Don't forsake us, shake us. They (we) need it.
Anyways, I've spent most of the last 3 or 4 years on FB amassing a friend list of "Thuthers" because it was the first time I'd been exposed to the public version of 'alternative viewpoints', being one of those 'in the shadows' types before then. I've since learned that "Truthers" are just butthurt troglodytes who'll believe anything that fits their agenda. So I just started focusing on the discordian page...mostly screwing around...having light fun with the other members...then The Good Rev showed up and laid down the Hammer! Man, he came off as a prick at first but I had to ask myself, "Do I deserve this?", and the answer came up [MAYBE]. I also think I'm the only one there that's recognized his hate to really be a form of love, so I now consider myself one of his "Subordinates" ;) Well, sort of.
He looks like a big, snuggly teddy bear doesn't he?
Ok well, other than that glad to be here, and don't EVER go easy on me (not telling you what to do).

JESUS FUCK I MISSED ALL THAT?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 15, 2013, 01:51:13 am
I get busy for a day and WTF is going on in here?  :lol:

I was only telling him about the Sasquatches.

For which you oughta be ashamed.  Poor gigantic hairy bipeds.

Um.

Wait.

Watch your step, there's only a couple mountain ranges and a desert between me and you, bub.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 15, 2013, 01:53:38 am
I get busy for a day and WTF is going on in here?  :lol:

I was only telling him about the Sasquatches.

For which you oughta be ashamed.  Poor gigantic hairy bipeds.

Um.

Wait.

Watch your step, there's only a couple mountain ranges and a desert between me and you, bub.

I thought about that, so I had 3/4" plate welded across my butt.

Copromesis:  A small price to pay.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 15, 2013, 02:02:09 am
I get busy for a day and WTF is going on in here?  :lol:

I was only telling him about the Sasquatches.

For which you oughta be ashamed.  Poor gigantic hairy bipeds.

Um.

Wait.

Watch your step, there's only a couple mountain ranges and a desert between me and you, bub.

I thought about that, so I had 3/4" plate welded across my butt.

Copromesis:  A small price to pay.

FOILED. :crankey:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 15, 2013, 02:18:33 am
Pooping all over the hilariously uptight people on the Discordian Society FB group as we speak.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 15, 2013, 08:15:35 am
Pooping all over the hilariously uptight people on the Discordian Society FB group as we speak.

OH SHIT

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 15, 2013, 03:31:19 pm
Pooping all over the hilariously uptight people on the Discordian Society FB group as we speak.

OH SHIT

A lot of those guys are really pissed.   :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on January 15, 2013, 03:48:14 pm
Which page is it?  I can never find these scorched wastelands you mention.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 15, 2013, 03:53:47 pm
Pooping all over the hilariously uptight people on the Discordian Society FB group as we speak.

OH SHIT

A lot of those guys are really pissed.   :lulz:

I like how spastic they get when anyone actually posts anything discordant.  :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 15, 2013, 03:54:17 pm
Which page is it?  I can never find these scorched wastelands you mention.

Somewhere in here I think: http://www.facebook.com/groups/2204727328/
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 15, 2013, 03:57:39 pm
Pooping all over the hilariously uptight people on the Discordian Society FB group as we speak.

OH SHIT

A lot of those guys are really pissed.   :lulz:

I like how spastic they get when anyone actually posts anything discordant.  :lulz:

Remember, kids!  Zaniness never gets old, and we have to keep repeating the same jokes for 53 years, or it isn't Thinking For Yourself!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 15, 2013, 04:29:35 pm
Pooping all over the hilariously uptight people on the Discordian Society FB group as we speak.

OH SHIT

A lot of those guys are really pissed.   :lulz:

I like how spastic they get when anyone actually posts anything discordant.  :lulz:

Remember, kids!  Zaniness never gets old, and we have to keep repeating the same jokes for 53 years, or it isn't Thinking For Yourself!

And if anyone mentions anything about "creativity" or "coming up with your own ideas instead of reposting old internet memes", make sure to call them Fundamentalist Discordians and accuse them of being Grayfaced! Because creativity and originality are totally fundamentalist and uptight!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 15, 2013, 04:30:54 pm
Pooping all over the hilariously uptight people on the Discordian Society FB group as we speak.

OH SHIT

A lot of those guys are really pissed.   :lulz:

I like how spastic they get when anyone actually posts anything discordant.  :lulz:

Remember, kids!  Zaniness never gets old, and we have to keep repeating the same jokes for 53 years, or it isn't Thinking For Yourself!

And if anyone mentions anything about "creativity" or "coming up with your own ideas instead of reposting old internet memes", make sure to call them Fundamentalist Discordians and accuse them of being Grayfaced! Because creativity and originality are totally fundamentalist and uptight!

I believe the term is "Orthodox Discordians" (IRONY, ANYONE?  IT'S HALF PRICE!), and also PD is the most boring Discordian site in the WORLD, because we don't play that game where you replace a word in a song with "fuck".

:lolchix:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 15, 2013, 04:41:41 pm
Pooping all over the hilariously uptight people on the Discordian Society FB group as we speak.

OH SHIT

A lot of those guys are really pissed.   :lulz:

I like how spastic they get when anyone actually posts anything discordant.  :lulz:

Remember, kids!  Zaniness never gets old, and we have to keep repeating the same jokes for 53 years, or it isn't Thinking For Yourself!

And if anyone mentions anything about "creativity" or "coming up with your own ideas instead of reposting old internet memes", make sure to call them Fundamentalist Discordians and accuse them of being Grayfaced! Because creativity and originality are totally fundamentalist and uptight!

I believe the term is "Orthodox Discordians" (IRONY, ANYONE?  IT'S HALF PRICE!), and also PD is the most boring Discordian site in the WORLD, because we don't play that game where you replace a word in a song with "fuck".

:lolchix:

CONTENT IS BORING I CAN'T BE FUCKED TO READ MORE THAN SIX WORD IN A ROW LOOK AT THIS FUNNY IMAGE I FOUND ON REDDIT YELLOW GRAPE CHICKEN POPSICLE LOL
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 15, 2013, 04:44:04 pm
That seemed like as good a post as any so I pasted it there. Unfortunately I don't have time to watch their kneejerk reaction to criticism because I have to go to school.  :lol:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 15, 2013, 04:44:51 pm
That seemed like as good a post as any so I pasted it there. Unfortunately I don't have time to watch their kneejerk reaction to criticism because I have to go to school.  :lol:

I shall pick up the slack this evening.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cain on January 15, 2013, 05:07:49 pm
I believe the term is "Orthodox Discordians" (IRONY, ANYONE?  IT'S HALF PRICE!), and also PD is the most boring Discordian site in the WORLD, because we don't play that game where you replace a word in a song with "fuck".

:lolchix:

The irony of that is, if they wanted to play a game where they replaced a word in a song with "fuck", it's not like there is anything to stop them doing it here.

Except the ceaseless mockery of other PDians, of course.

You should point that out, then ask if they hide on the FB Discordian Society page because it is their uncritical hugbox.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 15, 2013, 05:09:02 pm
You should point that out, then ask if they hide on the FB Discordian Society page because it is their uncritical hugbox.

When people ask me for advice, I always send them to Cain.  Because of ideas like that.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cain on January 15, 2013, 05:14:42 pm
It also has the added bonus of making them possibly sign up here, meaning I won't have to access my FB account to get my share of the mockery.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on January 15, 2013, 05:17:56 pm
Now I want to replace the words in a Carpenters song with "fuck".
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 15, 2013, 05:18:04 pm
It also has the added bonus of making them possibly sign up here, meaning I won't have to access my FB account to get my share of the mockery.

Well, Steve came over, but he isn't a retard like Taylor Hill or that leaping idiot Damon wossname from Mississippi.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mr. MumboJumbo on January 15, 2013, 05:33:52 pm
It also has the added bonus of making them possibly sign up here, meaning I won't have to access my FB account to get my share of the mockery.

Well, Steve came over, but he isn't a retard like Taylor Hill or that leaping idiot Damon wossname from Mississippi.

How do you know I'm not a retard?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 15, 2013, 05:34:31 pm
It also has the added bonus of making them possibly sign up here, meaning I won't have to access my FB account to get my share of the mockery.

Well, Steve came over, but he isn't a retard like Taylor Hill or that leaping idiot Damon wossname from Mississippi.

How do you know I'm not a retard?

I said you're not a retard like them.  You are another kind of retard entirely.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 15, 2013, 10:50:34 pm
Now I want to replace the words in a Carpenters song with "fuck".

I started a thread or two there for you.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 15, 2013, 10:58:25 pm
Damn it, just when I'm starting to have fun, it's time to go be a responsible adult and improve the lives of someone else's children.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Trivial on January 28, 2013, 08:38:36 pm
Hello, noob here.

I guess the biggest reason why I'm here is my company switched to linux and it had a fish on it that told me the ddate.  Having not read the Principia in awhile, I wandered into this site.

Wasn't expecting to find more books and newsletters and such.  Nice surprise.

Other info about me, I went to school for design of wastewater systems, The Good Reverend Roger's analogy made me grin.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on January 28, 2013, 08:40:42 pm
Hi. Nice to see a noob without the word salad.  :)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 28, 2013, 08:42:39 pm
Hello, noob here.

I guess the biggest reason why I'm here is my company switched to linux and it had a fish on it that told me the ddate.  Having not read the Principia in awhile, I wandered into this site.

Wasn't expecting to find more books and newsletters and such.  Nice surprise.

Other info about me, I went to school for design of wastewater systems, The Good Reverend Roger's analogy made me grin.

Why, thank you.  We are in fact the settling pond of the interbutt supermarket.

There are literally thousands of rants, newsletters, and stories down in the muck, mostly in Apple Talk (currently renamed after the recent butthurt, it's the second forum down on the list), Think For Yourself, Schmuck, and Or Kill Me.  Horrorology has some good stuff too, but it's a little content-specific.

When I approved your account, I read Mome as Momo, and I damn near shat myself (Momo was one of Enrico's relatives who caused a lot of problems here until she died IRL from stepping on a bear).
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on January 28, 2013, 08:45:38 pm
Hi, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on January 28, 2013, 08:46:24 pm
Hello, noob here.

I guess the biggest reason why I'm here is my company switched to linux and it had a fish on it that told me the ddate.  Having not read the Principia in awhile, I wandered into this site.

Wasn't expecting to find more books and newsletters and such.  Nice surprise.

Other info about me, I went to school for design of wastewater systems, The Good Reverend Roger's analogy made me grin.

Why, thank you.  We are in fact the settling pond of the interbutt supermarket.

There are literally thousands of rants, newsletters, and stories down in the muck, mostly in Apple Talk (currently renamed after the recent butthurt, it's the second forum down on the list), Think For Yourself, Schmuck, and Or Kill Me.  Horrorology has some good stuff too, but it's a little content-specific.

When I approved your account, I read Mome as Momo, and I damn near shat myself (Momo was one of Enrico's relatives who caused a lot of problems here until she died IRL from stepping on a bear).

I used to know an old guy who once stepped on Jimi Hendrix at a party. Nothing happened, though.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 28, 2013, 08:48:30 pm
Hello, noob here.

I guess the biggest reason why I'm here is my company switched to linux and it had a fish on it that told me the ddate.  Having not read the Principia in awhile, I wandered into this site.

Wasn't expecting to find more books and newsletters and such.  Nice surprise.

Other info about me, I went to school for design of wastewater systems, The Good Reverend Roger's analogy made me grin.

Why, thank you.  We are in fact the settling pond of the interbutt supermarket.

There are literally thousands of rants, newsletters, and stories down in the muck, mostly in Apple Talk (currently renamed after the recent butthurt, it's the second forum down on the list), Think For Yourself, Schmuck, and Or Kill Me.  Horrorology has some good stuff too, but it's a little content-specific.

When I approved your account, I read Mome as Momo, and I damn near shat myself (Momo was one of Enrico's relatives who caused a lot of problems here until she died IRL from stepping on a bear).

I used to know an old guy who once stepped on Jimi Hendrix at a party. Nothing happened, though.

...On account of Jimi didn't notice.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Trivial on January 28, 2013, 08:51:31 pm
Hello, noob here.

I guess the biggest reason why I'm here is my company switched to linux and it had a fish on it that told me the ddate.  Having not read the Principia in awhile, I wandered into this site.

Wasn't expecting to find more books and newsletters and such.  Nice surprise.

Other info about me, I went to school for design of wastewater systems, The Good Reverend Roger's analogy made me grin.

Why, thank you.  We are in fact the settling pond of the interbutt supermarket.

There are literally thousands of rants, newsletters, and stories down in the muck, mostly in Apple Talk (currently renamed after the recent butthurt, it's the second forum down on the list), Think For Yourself, Schmuck, and Or Kill Me.  Horrorology has some good stuff too, but it's a little content-specific.

When I approved your account, I read Mome as Momo, and I damn near shat myself (Momo was one of Enrico's relatives who caused a lot of problems here until she died IRL from stepping on a bear).

Did the bear like it?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 28, 2013, 08:52:31 pm
Hello, noob here.

I guess the biggest reason why I'm here is my company switched to linux and it had a fish on it that told me the ddate.  Having not read the Principia in awhile, I wandered into this site.

Wasn't expecting to find more books and newsletters and such.  Nice surprise.

Other info about me, I went to school for design of wastewater systems, The Good Reverend Roger's analogy made me grin.

Why, thank you.  We are in fact the settling pond of the interbutt supermarket.

There are literally thousands of rants, newsletters, and stories down in the muck, mostly in Apple Talk (currently renamed after the recent butthurt, it's the second forum down on the list), Think For Yourself, Schmuck, and Or Kill Me.  Horrorology has some good stuff too, but it's a little content-specific.

When I approved your account, I read Mome as Momo, and I damn near shat myself (Momo was one of Enrico's relatives who caused a lot of problems here until she died IRL from stepping on a bear).

Did the bear like it?

Probably not.  Momo was very old and diseased.  It was probably like eating a big carp.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on January 28, 2013, 09:23:28 pm
Hello, noob here.

I guess the biggest reason why I'm here is my company switched to linux and it had a fish on it that told me the ddate.  Having not read the Principia in awhile, I wandered into this site.

Wasn't expecting to find more books and newsletters and such.  Nice surprise.

Other info about me, I went to school for design of wastewater systems, The Good Reverend Roger's analogy made me grin.

Why, thank you.  We are in fact the settling pond of the interbutt supermarket.

There are literally thousands of rants, newsletters, and stories down in the muck, mostly in Apple Talk (currently renamed after the recent butthurt, it's the second forum down on the list), Think For Yourself, Schmuck, and Or Kill Me.  Horrorology has some good stuff too, but it's a little content-specific.

When I approved your account, I read Mome as Momo, and I damn near shat myself (Momo was one of Enrico's relatives who caused a lot of problems here until she died IRL from stepping on a bear).

I used to know an old guy who once stepped on Jimi Hendrix at a party. Nothing happened, though.

...On account of Jimi didn't notice.

Precisely.  :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 28, 2013, 10:07:35 pm
Hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: McGrupp on February 25, 2013, 05:10:55 pm
Hello, new guy here. 

Full disclosure: I admit I was drawn to this and other websites by the possibility of getting to feel mildly smug and potentially getting to wear a special hat.

That said, as I read more the hat thing went to the backburner.  Still not sure what to think of Discordianism, but I can't help feeling simultaneously drawn to and repelled by it.

In any case, I'll be around lurking but I did want to poke my head in and say hello.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on February 25, 2013, 05:22:24 pm
Hello, new guy here. 

Full disclosure: I admit I was drawn to this and other websites by the possibility of getting to feel mildly smug and potentially getting to wear a special hat.

We have those.  Personally, I prefer a hockey helmet, firmly strapped to my head, for those moments when I feel smug.  Because "smug" is almost uniformly followed by "DERP", and I am one smug bastard.

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That said, as I read more the hat thing went to the backburner.  Still not sure what to think of Discordianism, but I can't help feeling simultaneously drawn to and repelled by it.

You'll fit right in.  Watch out for ECH and Nigel, though.  They are BAD PEOPLE and they are NOT on YOUR SIDE.

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In any case, I'll be around lurking but I did want to poke my head in and say hello.

Lurking here is sort of like standing next to an olympic pool in February, waiting for the 100 meter event to begin.  What you have to do is, you have to jump in that motherfucker and start swimming laps.  People may join you.  Yes, you'll all get hypothermia and DIE, but isn't that a small price to pay?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: insideout on February 25, 2013, 10:06:18 pm
Hello, new guy here. 

Full disclosure: I admit I was drawn to this and other websites by the possibility of getting to feel mildly smug and potentially getting to wear a special hat.

That said, as I read more the hat thing went to the backburner.  Still not sure what to think of Discordianism, but I can't help feeling simultaneously drawn to and repelled by it.

In any case, I'll be around lurking but I did want to poke my head in and say hello.
Here's a special hat for ya:
(http://gizmodo.com/assets/resources/2007/10/p53885_1.jpg)
welcome.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Eater of Clowns on February 25, 2013, 10:44:34 pm
Hello, new guy here. 

Full disclosure: I admit I was drawn to this and other websites by the possibility of getting to feel mildly smug and potentially getting to wear a special hat.

That said, as I read more the hat thing went to the backburner.  Still not sure what to think of Discordianism, but I can't help feeling simultaneously drawn to and repelled by it.

In any case, I'll be around lurking but I did want to poke my head in and say hello.

If you're only repelled by it and not repulsed then we're not doing our jobs.

Welcome to PD.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on February 26, 2013, 11:37:41 pm
Hello, new guy here. 

Full disclosure: I admit I was drawn to this and other websites by the possibility of getting to feel mildly smug and potentially getting to wear a special hat.

That said, as I read more the hat thing went to the backburner.  Still not sure what to think of Discordianism, but I can't help feeling simultaneously drawn to and repelled by it.

In any case, I'll be around lurking but I did want to poke my head in and say hello.

Hey there, new guy!

You've already done three things right, so you're alright in my book.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Jez on March 01, 2013, 06:43:54 pm
Hi there.

I am newblood.  I'm one of those creepy people who lurks about for ages before actually joining, so I know enough not to scream and flail about when you call me on my bullshit.

I just started attending college again.  There were a lot of years between my first year and now, so I'm one of those irritating shits that think my experience in the actual world gives me insight into The Way Things AreTM.  I'm working on Bachelor's degrees in Criminal Justice and Political Science on my way to law school.  I'm hoping hanging out with you lot will help me laugh at the system while learning what I can do to fix some small part of it and not losing my mind the longer I look into the abyss.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on March 01, 2013, 06:47:28 pm
Hi there.

I am newblood.  I'm one of those creepy people who lurks about for ages before actually joining, so I know enough not to scream and flail about when you call me on my bullshit.

I just started attending college again.  There were a lot of years between my first year and now, so I'm one of those irritating shits that think my experience in the actual world gives me insight into The Way Things AreTM.  I'm working on Bachelor's degrees in Criminal Justice and Political Science on my way to law school.  I'm hoping hanging out with you lot will help me laugh at the system while learning what I can do to fix some small part of it and not losing my mind the longer I look into the abyss.

Looking into the abyss isn't actually a problem, you'll find.  It's the whole "wallowing about in it" that tends to bring out that "HA HA HA NOW I'LL NEVER GET THIS SHIRT CLEAN!" feeling.

And if you're going into criminal law, that's essentially what's out there.  May I suggest that you enter on the prosecutorial side?  You can do more good there...What America needs is more DAs with a sense of what's really a crime, and what is just another poor slob being tipped into the system.  Of course, at first, you won't get much say in that, but eventually you may be able to make a difference.

In any case, welcome aboard.  Try not to get anything on your shoes.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on March 01, 2013, 06:54:17 pm
I'm one of those creepy people who lurks about for ages before actually joining, so I know enough not to scream and flail about when you call me on my bullshit.

My estimation of you is quite good, simply because of that.

"So don't fuck it up."
                   \
(http://aiellejai.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/rupaul-perception1.jpg)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Jez on March 01, 2013, 07:20:18 pm
And if you're going into criminal law, that's essentially what's out there.  May I suggest that you enter on the prosecutorial side?  You can do more good there...What America needs is more DAs with a sense of what's really a crime, and what is just another poor slob being tipped into the system.  Of course, at first, you won't get much say in that, but eventually you may be able to make a difference.

That's the plan.  I'm also hoping to do some good by being able to help juries distinguish between actual mitigating circumstances and emotional manipulations by defense attorneys.

The ultimate goal is to be an appellate judge.  I'm pretty good at being able to see things from many angles at once.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on March 01, 2013, 07:24:22 pm
And if you're going into criminal law, that's essentially what's out there.  May I suggest that you enter on the prosecutorial side?  You can do more good there...What America needs is more DAs with a sense of what's really a crime, and what is just another poor slob being tipped into the system.  Of course, at first, you won't get much say in that, but eventually you may be able to make a difference.

That's the plan.  I'm also hoping to do some good by being able to help juries distinguish between actual mitigating circumstances and emotional manipulations by defense attorneys.

The ultimate goal is to be an appellate judge.  I'm pretty good at being able to see things from many angles at once.

Wow.  I like ambition.

As for emotional appeals, I've noticed they come in two flavors.

1.  The defendant has no excuse, no explanation.  He/she was fucking DUMB, and now knows just HOW dumb.  This is essentially a cry for mercy from some witless slob that shit the bed and doesn't know what to do.  And his lawyer?  He's doing his job.  If you have no defense, cry a bunch.

2.  REAL assholes, who are cynically manipulating the jury system.  Domestic violence repeat offenders are particularly good at this.  Hang the bastards higher than Haman.

You'll know the difference.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on March 01, 2013, 07:52:44 pm
Hi there.

I am newblood.  I'm one of those creepy people who lurks about for ages before actually joining, so I know enough not to scream and flail about when you call me on my bullshit.

I just started attending college again.  There were a lot of years between my first year and now, so I'm one of those irritating shits that think my experience in the actual world gives me insight into The Way Things AreTM.  I'm working on Bachelor's degrees in Criminal Justice and Political Science on my way to law school.  I'm hoping hanging out with you lot will help me laugh at the system while learning what I can do to fix some small part of it and not losing my mind the longer I look into the abyss.

Hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Q. G. Pennyworth on March 16, 2013, 01:35:01 pm
I might be back, not sure yet.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on March 16, 2013, 02:00:48 pm
I might be back, not sure yet.

Well howdy, stranger!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Freeky on March 16, 2013, 04:55:05 pm
And if you're going into criminal law, that's essentially what's out there.  May I suggest that you enter on the prosecutorial side?  You can do more good there...What America needs is more DAs with a sense of what's really a crime, and what is just another poor slob being tipped into the system.  Of course, at first, you won't get much say in that, but eventually you may be able to make a difference.

That's the plan.  I'm also hoping to do some good by being able to help juries distinguish between actual mitigating circumstances and emotional manipulations by defense attorneys.

The ultimate goal is to be an appellate judge.  I'm pretty good at being able to see things from many angles at once.

Greetings, Jez. :3
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Nast on April 03, 2013, 10:46:31 am
I pop in and out of this board so frequently that I feel that it hardly merits a post to announce that I found my way back, but I wanted to express my gratitude that this board has provided me with so many diverting things to read while I lay through the three days of throat infection and insomnia. For awhile there I was on the verge of taking up knitting again to fill the long void-like hours, but then I realized how much knitting infuriates me so I thought of coming back to you spags instead. Love you all!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Salty on April 03, 2013, 10:59:55 pm
I pop in and out of this board so frequently that I feel that it hardly merits a post to announce that I found my way back, but I wanted to express my gratitude that this board has provided me with so many diverting things to read while I lay through the three days of throat infection and insomnia. For awhile there I was on the verge of taking up knitting again to fill the long void-like hours, but then I realized how much knitting infuriates me so I thought of coming back to you spags instead. Love you all!

Its so nice to see you back, Nast.

Hey new people.
If you ever talk about drugs I will hunt you down and apply Religion to your living souls.
Welcome.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 05, 2013, 05:38:01 am
Hi there.

I am newblood.  I'm one of those creepy people who lurks about for ages before actually joining, so I know enough not to scream and flail about when you call me on my bullshit.

I just started attending college again.  There were a lot of years between my first year and now, so I'm one of those irritating shits that think my experience in the actual world gives me insight into The Way Things AreTM.  I'm working on Bachelor's degrees in Criminal Justice and Political Science on my way to law school.  I'm hoping hanging out with you lot will help me laugh at the system while learning what I can do to fix some small part of it and not losing my mind the longer I look into the abyss.

Well HI THERE, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 05, 2013, 05:39:18 am
And if you're going into criminal law, that's essentially what's out there.  May I suggest that you enter on the prosecutorial side?  You can do more good there...What America needs is more DAs with a sense of what's really a crime, and what is just another poor slob being tipped into the system.  Of course, at first, you won't get much say in that, but eventually you may be able to make a difference.

That's the plan.  I'm also hoping to do some good by being able to help juries distinguish between actual mitigating circumstances and emotional manipulations by defense attorneys.

The ultimate goal is to be an appellate judge.  I'm pretty good at being able to see things from many angles at once.

You're double majoring? I might have questions for you.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 05, 2013, 05:41:08 am
I pop in and out of this board so frequently that I feel that it hardly merits a post to announce that I found my way back, but I wanted to express my gratitude that this board has provided me with so many diverting things to read while I lay through the three days of throat infection and insomnia. For awhile there I was on the verge of taking up knitting again to fill the long void-like hours, but then I realized how much knitting infuriates me so I thought of coming back to you spags instead. Love you all!

Nast! MUCH LOVE!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: insideout on April 05, 2013, 09:30:20 pm
I pop in and out of this board so frequently that I feel that it hardly merits a post to announce that I found my way back, but I wanted to express my gratitude that this board has provided me with so many diverting things to read while I lay through the three days of throat infection and insomnia. For awhile there I was on the verge of taking up knitting again to fill the long void-like hours, but then I realized how much knitting infuriates me so I thought of coming back to you spags instead. Love you all!

Its so nice to see you back, Nast.

Hey new people.
If you ever talk about drugs I will hunt you down and apply Religion to your living souls.
Welcome.
I take drugs for my hi blood pressure.  If applying religion would make my hi blood pressure not be hi anymore, you're welcome to apply religion.

Yes, I'd even invite Eris into my life if it would fix my health problems
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Pope Pixie Pickle on April 05, 2013, 10:22:34 pm
I pop in and out of this board so frequently that I feel that it hardly merits a post to announce that I found my way back, but I wanted to express my gratitude that this board has provided me with so many diverting things to read while I lay through the three days of throat infection and insomnia. For awhile there I was on the verge of taking up knitting again to fill the long void-like hours, but then I realized how much knitting infuriates me so I thought of coming back to you spags instead. Love you all!

Nast! MUCH LOVE!

is nice to see you back! Crochet is a thing I do now.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Jez on April 06, 2013, 01:15:13 am
You're double majoring? I might have questions for you.

Not officially, yet.  I need to be a Junior to apply to the Criminal Justice major and have 15 credits with my school (I'm a transfer student) to apply for the PoliSci major.  I'm taking classes as though I will eventually be a double major, though.  And I was a double major during my Freshman year, a million years ago.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 06, 2013, 02:58:36 am
You're double majoring? I might have questions for you.

Not officially, yet.  I need to be a Junior to apply to the Criminal Justice major and have 15 credits with my school (I'm a transfer student) to apply for the PoliSci major.  I'm taking classes as though I will eventually be a double major, though.  And I was a double major during my Freshman year, a million years ago.

My school discourages double majors, but because I want to be a neuroscientist I kind of need to major in biology. However, I'm far more interested in psychology and public health and see biology, while interesting, as mostly a means to an end. So I was thinking about playing along like I'm going for one major and then switching tracks and pursuing the other, and in my last year just happening to have so many credits in both that it would be stupid not to let me double major.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Jez on April 06, 2013, 08:01:07 am
My school discourages double majors, but because I want to be a neuroscientist I kind of need to major in biology. However, I'm far more interested in psychology and public health and see biology, while interesting, as mostly a means to an end. So I was thinking about playing along like I'm going for one major and then switching tracks and pursuing the other, and in my last year just happening to have so many credits in both that it would be stupid not to let me double major.

Hmm.  My majors overlap quite a bit (Constitutional law, law and politics, etc.) so it was only an extra semester to go for both.  That may be a little harder for Psychology/Biology.  Of course, I suppose the requirements for one can be the electives for the other.  Hopefully you can find some logical/sympathetic advisers and program directors to help with that.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 06, 2013, 07:00:35 pm
My school discourages double majors, but because I want to be a neuroscientist I kind of need to major in biology. However, I'm far more interested in psychology and public health and see biology, while interesting, as mostly a means to an end. So I was thinking about playing along like I'm going for one major and then switching tracks and pursuing the other, and in my last year just happening to have so many credits in both that it would be stupid not to let me double major.

Hmm.  My majors overlap quite a bit (Constitutional law, law and politics, etc.) so it was only an extra semester to go for both.  That may be a little harder for Psychology/Biology.  Of course, I suppose the requirements for one can be the electives for the other.  Hopefully you can find some logical/sympathetic advisers and program directors to help with that.

Oh, I've already taken all my electives. :lulz: No, it adds a full year to get both, but I really feel I need both as a foundation for neuroscience. I'd love to get some public health in as well, but I'm going to apply to the MSW/MPH dual degree program as a backup for if I don't get into the neuroscience program.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: GrannySmith on April 24, 2013, 11:15:56 pm
hallo everybody, i'm sort of new here, i made my account ages ago when i was seeing fives everywhere and was fixated on the monks. I'm not obsessed with five any more, i tend to change my obsessions regularly, but i often really like the way you lot think. About me, i like half-learning as many things as i can, mostly i like maths and pope bob. prost from germany
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on April 25, 2013, 01:46:45 am
hallo everybody, i'm sort of new here, i made my account ages ago when i was seeing fives everywhere and was fixated on the monks. I'm not obsessed with five any more, i tend to change my obsessions regularly, but i often really like the way you lot think. About me, i like half-learning as many things as i can, mostly i like maths and pope bob. prost from germany

Hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chucklemaster on May 09, 2013, 08:47:57 pm
hey. I'm a Discordian, though probably very a slightly more fnord-y one(think beelzebub's bath scrub); I've been around, someone told me to post here, I thought it was a good idea. I'm pretty ethically hedonistic, and making people's days weirder has become a regular hobby.
Bazoo!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: tyrannosaurus vex on May 09, 2013, 09:03:14 pm
hey. I'm a Discordian, though probably very a slightly more fnord-y one(think beelzebub's bath scrub); I've been around, someone told me to post here, I thought it was a good idea. I'm pretty ethically hedonistic, and making people's days weirder has become a regular hobby.
Bazoo!

RWHN could definitely use someone on his side, that's for sure.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Q. G. Pennyworth on May 09, 2013, 09:12:25 pm
hey. I'm a Discordian, though probably very a slightly more fnord-y one(think beelzebub's bath scrub); I've been around, someone told me to post here, I thought it was a good idea. I'm pretty ethically hedonistic, and making people's days weirder has become a regular hobby.
Bazoo!

YEAH! I'M SOMEONE!

Hey, new guy. Look out for deadly cookies.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chucklemaster on May 09, 2013, 09:14:29 pm
hey. I'm a Discordian, though probably very a slightly more fnord-y one(think beelzebub's bath scrub); I've been around, someone told me to post here, I thought it was a good idea. I'm pretty ethically hedonistic, and making people's days weirder has become a regular hobby.
Bazoo!

YEAH! I'M SOMEONE!

Hey, new guy. Look out for deadly cookies.

I'll keep that in mind.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: tyrannosaurus vex on May 09, 2013, 09:22:00 pm
Forget what you thought you knew about Discordia™!
PD is like the following image:
(http://gifs.gifbin.com/102012/1350322897_baseball_breaks_camera.gif)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: AFK on May 10, 2013, 01:14:54 am
hey. I'm a Discordian, though probably very a slightly more fnord-y one(think beelzebub's bath scrub); I've been around, someone told me to post here, I thought it was a good idea. I'm pretty ethically hedonistic, and making people's days weirder has become a regular hobby.
Bazoo!

RWHN could definitely use someone on his side, that's for sure.


I like this one, I'll take him.  (assuming you are a him.)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on May 10, 2013, 01:54:00 am
hey. I'm a Discordian, though probably very a slightly more fnord-y one(think beelzebub's bath scrub); I've been around, someone told me to post here, I thought it was a good idea. I'm pretty ethically hedonistic, and making people's days weirder has become a regular hobby.
Bazoo!

Hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Stryfe Konstantion on May 22, 2013, 08:01:28 am
Hi, I'm a flightless bird from Middle Earth named Stryfe. I enjoy long runs on the beach mainly because I see a bonfire in the distance or orcs are chasing me. They keep raiding my pantry at night as well. I probably arrive precisely when I mean to but work gets angry when I turn up late.


OOOOOOOHHHHHHHHH, DISCO TIME!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Eater of Clowns on May 22, 2013, 01:08:11 pm
Man that is WACKY.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Doktor Howl on May 22, 2013, 02:53:54 pm
Zany.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on May 22, 2013, 02:54:09 pm
Craaazyy
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: P3nT4gR4m on May 22, 2013, 04:15:02 pm
Fnord!

Yup, I just said "fnord"

I feel kinda dirty  :cry:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on May 22, 2013, 04:47:17 pm
How RaNdOm!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on May 22, 2013, 05:30:50 pm
I read that as 'orcas'. Made much more sense.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chucklemaster on May 23, 2013, 05:50:58 am
hey. I'm a Discordian, though probably very a slightly more fnord-y one(think beelzebub's bath scrub); I've been around, someone told me to post here, I thought it was a good idea. I'm pretty ethically hedonistic, and making people's days weirder has become a regular hobby.
Bazoo!

RWHN could definitely use someone on his side, that's for sure.


I like this one, I'll take him.  (assuming you are a him.)

Yus.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Count Chocula on June 05, 2013, 09:41:15 pm
Hi.

This is my zany, crazy, random introduction post.

NOW LOVE ME BECAUSE IM UNFORGETTABLE

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on June 06, 2013, 01:08:02 am
Hi.

This is my zany, crazy, random introduction post.

NOW LOVE ME BECAUSE IM UNFORGETTABLE

0 / 10
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Left on June 06, 2013, 04:15:33 am

 Just tell us about yourself, and what horrible personal defect led you to us. 

Ok...Truth is stranger than fiction.

I was married to a female...who was not born physically female.
When she transitioned, she took the middle name of Eris...and that's what she goes by.
...She is a true avatar of the Goddess, alright.
...The divorce was final  (ironically enough) on April first.
She's still here in my house, but will be leaving soon.

We were just profoundly incompatible, especially after she stopped taking her medication. :eek:
We were together for 10 years total.
...She stopped treating me with respect entirely around 2005 though.

I'm under stress and suffering from a wonky, fogged brain right now from her incipient departure...bon voyage to the crazy cat lady...
She named all the cats in the divorce decree.
O.o

Yes, we were really married, in Texas, because for the point of marriage the state looks at her birth sex only.
If you meet her in person, she may go explodey if you call her sir.

...In 2011 my brain went REALLY wonky, in what was perhaps my most spectacular mental breakdown/reformat.
...I am now on me version 4.0...Mental reconfiguration hurts, but it was either that or self-destruct.

I am sad and relieved that I won't ever get to pop out a sprog, but single parenthood's just a bad idea.
I have a 11-year-old sinus infection, and I am tired a lot.
I pop pills like a pac-man to keep my sinuses somewhat open, lungs open, brain functional. 
I really do set thing down randomly-right now I can't find my damn paycheck.
I turned 40 a couple of weeks ago.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 06, 2013, 03:14:33 pm

 Just tell us about yourself, and what horrible personal defect led you to us. 

Ok...Truth is stranger than fiction.

I was married to a female...who was not born physically female.
When she transitioned, she took the middle name of Eris...and that's what she goes by.
...She is a true avatar of the Goddess, alright.
...The divorce was final  (ironically enough) on April first.
She's still here in my house, but will be leaving soon.

We were just profoundly incompatible, especially after she stopped taking her medication. :eek:
We were together for 10 years total.
...She stopped treating me with respect entirely around 2005 though.

I'm under stress and suffering from a wonky, fogged brain right now from her incipient departure...bon voyage to the crazy cat lady...
She named all the cats in the divorce decree.
O.o

Yes, we were really married, in Texas, because for the point of marriage the state looks at her birth sex only.
If you meet her in person, she may go explodey if you call her sir.

...In 2011 my brain went REALLY wonky, in what was perhaps my most spectacular mental breakdown/reformat.
...I am now on me version 4.0...Mental reconfiguration hurts, but it was either that or self-destruct.

I am sad and relieved that I won't ever get to pop out a sprog, but single parenthood's just a bad idea.
I have a 11-year-old sinus infection, and I am tired a lot.
I pop pills like a pac-man to keep my sinuses somewhat open, lungs open, brain functional. 
I really do set thing down randomly-right now I can't find my damn paycheck.
I turned 40 a couple of weeks ago.

Okay.  So, you yourself are female?

Also, pills here makes everything better.  Subjectively.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 06, 2013, 04:06:05 pm
Hi.

This is my zany, crazy, random introduction post.

NOW LOVE ME BECAUSE IM UNFORGETTABLE

Hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on June 06, 2013, 04:08:55 pm

 Just tell us about yourself, and what horrible personal defect led you to us. 

Ok...Truth is stranger than fiction.

I was married to a female...who was not born physically female.
When she transitioned, she took the middle name of Eris...and that's what she goes by.
...She is a true avatar of the Goddess, alright.
...The divorce was final  (ironically enough) on April first.
She's still here in my house, but will be leaving soon.

We were just profoundly incompatible, especially after she stopped taking her medication. :eek:
We were together for 10 years total.
...She stopped treating me with respect entirely around 2005 though.

I'm under stress and suffering from a wonky, fogged brain right now from her incipient departure...bon voyage to the crazy cat lady...
She named all the cats in the divorce decree.
O.o

Yes, we were really married, in Texas, because for the point of marriage the state looks at her birth sex only.
If you meet her in person, she may go explodey if you call her sir.

...In 2011 my brain went REALLY wonky, in what was perhaps my most spectacular mental breakdown/reformat.
...I am now on me version 4.0...Mental reconfiguration hurts, but it was either that or self-destruct.

I am sad and relieved that I won't ever get to pop out a sprog, but single parenthood's just a bad idea.
I have a 11-year-old sinus infection, and I am tired a lot.
I pop pills like a pac-man to keep my sinuses somewhat open, lungs open, brain functional. 
I really do set thing down randomly-right now I can't find my damn paycheck.
I turned 40 a couple of weeks ago.

If you have insurance, you might want to get that sinus situation looked at. I had surgery five or six or seven years ago and haven't had a sinus infection since. I'm also not tired all the time anymore.

Although, that might be mostly stress in your case.

Your ex-wife sounds like an asshole.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: P3nT4gR4m on June 06, 2013, 05:09:43 pm
...In 2011 my brain went REALLY wonky, in what was perhaps my most spectacular mental breakdown/reformat.
...I am now on me version 4.0...Mental reconfiguration hurts, but it was either that or self-destruct.

I'd love to hear about that. Always interested in travellers tales from planet batshit. Did much the same myself a couple of times in the past read about it here (http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,25383.msg880319.html#msg880319) If you're as interested in other's meltdown experiences as I am, you might get a kick out of the spelling mistakes.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 06, 2013, 05:13:49 pm
...In 2011 my brain went REALLY wonky, in what was perhaps my most spectacular mental breakdown/reformat.
...I am now on me version 4.0...Mental reconfiguration hurts, but it was either that or self-destruct.

I'd love to hear about that. Always interested in travellers tales from planet batshit. Did much the same myself a couple of times in the past read about it here (http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,25383.msg880319.html#msg880319) If you're as interested in other's meltdown experiences as I am, you might get a kick out of the spelling mistakes.

And I had the brain flukes, so I sympathize with both of you.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: P3nT4gR4m on June 06, 2013, 05:18:29 pm
...In 2011 my brain went REALLY wonky, in what was perhaps my most spectacular mental breakdown/reformat.
...I am now on me version 4.0...Mental reconfiguration hurts, but it was either that or self-destruct.

I'd love to hear about that. Always interested in travellers tales from planet batshit. Did much the same myself a couple of times in the past read about it here (http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,25383.msg880319.html#msg880319) If you're as interested in other's meltdown experiences as I am, you might get a kick out of the spelling mistakes.

And I had the brain flukes, so I sympathize with both of you.

Did you have actual brain flukes? Like forealz little buggers in your head? Somehow I always thought that was a euphemism. Now I have a gnawing feeling of ick, buzzing around the outside of my cranium  :eek:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 06, 2013, 06:12:14 pm
...In 2011 my brain went REALLY wonky, in what was perhaps my most spectacular mental breakdown/reformat.
...I am now on me version 4.0...Mental reconfiguration hurts, but it was either that or self-destruct.

I'd love to hear about that. Always interested in travellers tales from planet batshit. Did much the same myself a couple of times in the past read about it here (http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,25383.msg880319.html#msg880319) If you're as interested in other's meltdown experiences as I am, you might get a kick out of the spelling mistakes.

And I had the brain flukes, so I sympathize with both of you.

Did you have actual brain flukes? Like forealz little buggers in your head? Somehow I always thought that was a euphemism. Now I have a gnawing feeling of ick, buzzing around the outside of my cranium  :eek:

Oh, they exist, but that's not what I actually had.  I had a non-malarial brain virus.

That means they don't know what it was.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Left on June 07, 2013, 02:59:32 am

Okay.  So, you yourself are female?

Technically and legally female.
I refer to myself as "Intersexed between the ears" though. 
I have let people pick the pronoun set they wish to use with me and wondered what it told me about the person.

...In 2011 my brain went REALLY wonky, in what was perhaps my most spectacular mental breakdown/reformat.
...I am now on me version 4.0...Mental reconfiguration hurts, but it was either that or self-destruct.

I'd love to hear about that. Always interested in travellers tales from planet batshit. Did much the same myself a couple of times in the past read about it here (http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,25383.msg880319.html#msg880319) If you're as interested in other's meltdown experiences as I am, you might get a kick out of the spelling mistakes.

I was depressed enough to be hospitalized for about a year, but I don't have insurance. 
There's the county, but they would not keep me long enough to do any good.

...I was pretty suicidal for about a year, such that I was spending hours a day making more elaborate plans to do myself in.  Then I started getting back some more repressed memories, along with PTSD freakouts.
Then I started figuring out who those voices in my head were...And none of them liked my wife.
We (an interior we) started working on why that was...


If you have insurance, you might want to get that sinus situation looked at. I had surgery five or six or seven years ago and haven't had a sinus infection since. I'm also not tired all the time anymore.

Although, that might be mostly stress in your case.

Your ex-wife sounds like an asshole.

In my ex's defense she did pay for the first sinus surgery, which occurred in Mexico.
My ex-wife probably has Asperger's.  Almost certainly.
She does not want a diagnosis. 
When I said that figuring out how to interact with neurotypical people would be helpful, she said (loudly) "Why should I change my reactions to accommodate other people?  Why can't they accommodate ME?"
She has often wished people were more like computers, simple to understand, logical, and they do what you tell them to.

Went through the county to get a second sinus surgery.
...I need to get back in the county and get more crap removed from my head.
It'll probably take about a year to get a surgery scheduled, I want them to go for a frontal sinus obliteration.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Doktor Howl on June 07, 2013, 03:18:25 pm

Okay.  So, you yourself are female?

Technically and legally female.
I refer to myself as "Intersexed between the ears" though. 

Okay.  I'm going to refer to you with female pronouns unless you would rather I didn't.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on June 07, 2013, 08:48:22 pm

 Just tell us about yourself, and what horrible personal defect led you to us. 

Ok...Truth is stranger than fiction.

I was married to a female...who was not born physically female.
When she transitioned, she took the middle name of Eris...and that's what she goes by.
...She is a true avatar of the Goddess, alright.
...The divorce was final  (ironically enough) on April first.
She's still here in my house, but will be leaving soon.

We were just profoundly incompatible, especially after she stopped taking her medication. :eek:
We were together for 10 years total.
...She stopped treating me with respect entirely around 2005 though.

I'm under stress and suffering from a wonky, fogged brain right now from her incipient departure...bon voyage to the crazy cat lady...
She named all the cats in the divorce decree.
O.o

Yes, we were really married, in Texas, because for the point of marriage the state looks at her birth sex only.
If you meet her in person, she may go explodey if you call her sir.

...In 2011 my brain went REALLY wonky, in what was perhaps my most spectacular mental breakdown/reformat.
...I am now on me version 4.0...Mental reconfiguration hurts, but it was either that or self-destruct.

I am sad and relieved that I won't ever get to pop out a sprog, but single parenthood's just a bad idea.
I have a 11-year-old sinus infection, and I am tired a lot.
I pop pills like a pac-man to keep my sinuses somewhat open, lungs open, brain functional. 
I really do set thing down randomly-right now I can't find my damn paycheck.
I turned 40 a couple of weeks ago.

Ouch ouch fucking OUCH.

I do take a certain pleasure in the bolded line, though, since it's such a beautiful example of Texas fuckheaded legislation backfiring on them.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Left on June 09, 2013, 01:54:39 am

 Just tell us about yourself, and what horrible personal defect led you to us. 

Ok...Truth is stranger than fiction.

I was married to a female...who was not born physically female.
When she transitioned, she took the middle name of Eris...and that's what she goes by.
...She is a true avatar of the Goddess, alright.
...The divorce was final  (ironically enough) on April first.
She's still here in my house, but will be leaving soon.

We were just profoundly incompatible, especially after she stopped taking her medication. :eek:
We were together for 10 years total.
...She stopped treating me with respect entirely around 2005 though.

I'm under stress and suffering from a wonky, fogged brain right now from her incipient departure...bon voyage to the crazy cat lady...
She named all the cats in the divorce decree.
O.o

Yes, we were really married, in Texas, because for the point of marriage the state looks at her birth sex only.
If you meet her in person, she may go explodey if you call her sir.

...In 2011 my brain went REALLY wonky, in what was perhaps my most spectacular mental breakdown/reformat.
...I am now on me version 4.0...Mental reconfiguration hurts, but it was either that or self-destruct.

I am sad and relieved that I won't ever get to pop out a sprog, but single parenthood's just a bad idea.
I have a 11-year-old sinus infection, and I am tired a lot.
I pop pills like a pac-man to keep my sinuses somewhat open, lungs open, brain functional. 
I really do set thing down randomly-right now I can't find my damn paycheck.
I turned 40 a couple of weeks ago.

Ouch ouch fucking OUCH.

I do take a certain pleasure in the bolded line, though, since it's such a beautiful example of Texas fuckheaded legislation backfiring on them.

Better, it's only available under the 5th district court in San Antonio. We had to drive over.
The clerks faced with us had this wonderful deer-in-the-headlights look. :lol:


Okay.  So, you yourself are female?

Technically and legally female.
I refer to myself as "Intersexed between the ears" though. 

Okay.  I'm going to refer to you with female pronouns unless you would rather I didn't.

Suit thyself, Dok.  8)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: I_Kicked_Kennedy on July 12, 2013, 03:46:15 am
1000

Took me almost 9 years.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on July 12, 2013, 05:07:23 pm
1000

Took me almost 9 years.

The old postcount titles may be gone, but you'll always be an Ass Polyp on the inside.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 12, 2013, 05:09:28 pm
1000

Took me almost 9 years.

I am so confused by your postcount. It appears to be normal?  :?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Reginald Ret on July 14, 2013, 12:25:55 pm
1000

Took me almost 9 years.

I am so confused by your postcount. It appears to be normal?  :?
Yeah, when did that happen?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Salty on July 14, 2013, 07:09:59 pm
1000

Took me almost 9 years.

I am so confused by your postcount. It appears to be normal?  :?
Yeah, when did that happen?

When PD got switched to Ze German server.

Have I really posted that much? Jesus.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Golden Applesauce on July 14, 2013, 08:09:21 pm
I have a 11-year-old sinus infection, and I am tired a lot.
I pop pills like a pac-man to keep my sinuses somewhat open, lungs open, brain functional. 

IANADoctor and no idea if this would actually help you, but here is the best review for the Hitachi Magic Wand EVER:

Quote from: http://www.amazon.com/review/R3SLKKSE0OVWW6
226 of 289 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
If you have bad sinuses..., April 1, 2007
By SFHandyman

This review is from: Hitachi Magic Wand Massager (Health and Beauty)

How I ended up buying one of these:

I had a very bad flu. I'd been sick for a week, when I developed a horrible sinus headache. I guess the cold/flu medicine had caused my sinuses to block. I was throwing up any pain medications, so I couldn't do anything for it. It was so painful, I started hitting my head on the wall - surprisingly, that felt good. It was about 2am though and I don't think my neighbors would have appreciated me doing that all night.

So I tried to think of something else, I jumped in the shower and turned the shower massage on pulse and put it on my face. It felt wonderful. I stood there for about 30 minutes and again, I thought, 'I can't stand here all night' and I realized I really needed a vibrator.

It was 3am, I looked horrible, my hair was wet but I quickly got dressed and drove over to the all night sex emporium. I walked in looking horrible, and said "where are the vibrators, I need a vibrator."

The clerk pointed to the rack in the back of the store. I looked at the toys and didn't think they had the power that I needed, then I saw the wand. I bought it and hurried back home. I immediately plugged it in and put it on my painful sinuses. It was amazing. I hold it firmly over each side of my nose and it will cause any sinus blockage to release, then I hold it firmly on the bridge of my nose with a kleenex ready, and it will make me sneeze, which blows out the offending material. Then it's back to my cheeks again, I repeat until there is no longer a blockage. Even if I can't get my sinuses to open, it still feels wonderful when you have any kind of headache but it's the sinus relief I love. I can also relieve sinus pain without medication, that makes me sleepy or edgy or dries them out so bad my nose hurts.

I couldn't remember why Amazon would know I had this, then I remembered that I bought one for a friend who had cancer. He had been mostly confined to bed and his shoulders and neck were cramping up so bad that he couldn't lift his head or drop his shoulders when he had to stand up. I knew this thing had the power to work out those kinks, so I jumped on Amazon and had them send him one (he was in a different city). I got an email a couple of days later and it just said "I got it. THANK YOU". The next time we spoke he thanked me over and over. It worked the kinks out of his neck and shoulders and for someone who had just felt pain for such a long time, it was wonderful to have some relief. He got better by the way so it's a really happy story.

I have used it a little bit for other forms of stimulation, but really this is my magic sinus fixer. If you have a friend with allergies, headaches or frequent sinus infections this is a great gift. Even when I have a cold, it can force a sneeze and relieve any nasal blockage. I don't know if it would do the same thing for anyone else. I've never heard of anyone recommending the technique. This stays plugged in and under my bed - ready to go to work when I have a headache. I'm sure if anyone saw it, they'd assume it was there for another reason, but it's job is a pain reliever for me. It works great on any sore muscles also.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 15, 2013, 02:19:08 am
That thing looks AWESOME!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Left on July 15, 2013, 02:23:55 am
I already possess such a device and have in fact used it as described in the review...

Not what I bought it for... :lol:  But you can cause yourself to sneeze by running it on the bridge of your nose, or use it on sore muscles...It's powerful enough to...um... really get rid of tension...

The hitachi magic wand is $60  VERY well spent.

Have added N-acetyl-cystiene to the pill menu, aaand the creeping crud in my head is  getting better!!!
WOOWHOO! :banana:

I've been using a water-pik on my sinuses for some time, I figured out the angle of the "pik" fits perfectly into my maxillaries.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: GrannySmith on July 24, 2013, 06:56:00 am
 :lulz: :lulz: :lulz: :lulz: :lulz: WOW now i want one too, even if it were only for the sneezing effect described in the review!!! :D :showus:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Triple Zero on July 29, 2013, 08:54:19 pm
When PD got switched to Ze German server.

Have I really posted that much? Jesus.

German server? Are we on Hetzner now? Cool! Is it cheaper/better than Dreamhost?

Also if they took the code I wrote to mess up the postcounts when they moved servers, the postcounts are simply all messed up. It's not quite random, but a weird formula I doubt anyone will figure out. It's supposed to change only when you make a post (hence it's not random), otherwise it'd be too easy to spot it wasn't quite right, but I don't remember the specifics.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on July 29, 2013, 08:56:42 pm
When PD got switched to Ze German server.

Have I really posted that much? Jesus.

German server? Are we on Hetzner now? Cool! Is it cheaper/better than Dreamhost?

Also if they took the code I wrote to mess up the postcounts when they moved servers, the postcounts are simply all messed up. It's not quite random, but a weird formula I doubt anyone will figure out. It's supposed to change only when you make a post (hence it's not random), otherwise it'd be too easy to spot it wasn't quite right, but I don't remember the specifics.

I just remember my friend freaking out about how I could possibly have over 500,000 posts on a forum.  :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Triple Zero on July 29, 2013, 08:59:10 pm
We had the old one with all the weird units, but then something broke and I didn't have time to create something elaborate again so I came up with a crazy ass formula.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on July 29, 2013, 08:59:40 pm
When PD got switched to Ze German server.

Have I really posted that much? Jesus.

German server? Are we on Hetzner now? Cool! Is it cheaper/better than Dreamhost?

Also if they took the code I wrote to mess up the postcounts when they moved servers, the postcounts are simply all messed up. It's not quite random, but a weird formula I doubt anyone will figure out. It's supposed to change only when you make a post (hence it's not random), otherwise it'd be too easy to spot it wasn't quite right, but I don't remember the specifics.

So if two people actually had the same number of posts, the numbers displayed under their avatars would be the same?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Triple Zero on July 29, 2013, 09:02:10 pm
No. :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Doktor Howl on July 29, 2013, 09:08:20 pm
My guess is that it somehow involves their registration date.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Faust on July 29, 2013, 09:10:12 pm
We had the old one with all the weird units, but then something broke and I didn't have time to create something elaborate again so I came up with a crazy ass formula.

Three times I've gone to respond to your message and havent gotten a chance. I was south of the equator for a month and now I am trapped in sheffield. I have to get onto you properly. Have you killed any eated cram yet?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Triple Zero on July 29, 2013, 09:21:39 pm
My guess is that it somehow involves their registration date.

Close, but it doesn't use the registration date :)

We had the old one with all the weird units, but then something broke and I didn't have time to create something elaborate again so I came up with a crazy ass formula.

Three times I've gone to respond to your message and havent gotten a chance. I was south of the equator for a month and now I am trapped in sheffield. I have to get onto you properly. Have you killed any eated cram yet?

Don't worry about it, I failed to answer your G+ reply after bluntly asking who you were, I'll see that PM when you have time for it :)

And yes we met up with Cram, three of his friends, Regret, Sjaako, someone from the IRC channel and even some random spags who "aren't Discordians really, we just sorta kinda follow the group on FB", in Amsterdam on Saturday, had a GREAT time. I got no pics myself, but hope to get some when Cram gets back from his LARP (he'll be invading Germany tomorrow).

On sunday I took Cram and his friends to Utrecht, we spagged around, had more great times (less tourists, less crowded streets, makes a happy trip) and we had dinner at the same place I took you and your girl (wife now? weren't you getting married or am I confusing things here), and it was again super delicious and awesome, actually surprised me, I had almost forgotten (especially for the price, which makes a happy Dutchspag :P).
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Faust on July 29, 2013, 09:33:48 pm
Hehe, Still engaged and will be for a while yet. That was an awesome resteraunt, Its cool that more discordians have invaded its hallowed halls.

I'm raging I missed it but it was just bad timing on my part. I had just come back to work after a month off so I would have beeen killed if I asked for more.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Triple Zero on July 29, 2013, 09:39:40 pm
There's probably going to be another NL meetup somewhere in October or so. I'll keep you posted on details when I know them.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Faust on July 29, 2013, 09:49:00 pm
There's probably going to be another NL meetup somewhere in October or so. I'll keep you posted on details when I know them.

excellent. Sounds good.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on July 29, 2013, 10:26:14 pm
That thing looks AWESOME!

I missed this! The magic wand is fucking brilliant!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: /J/ewcat on August 04, 2013, 07:10:31 pm
Hello,
I am a Jew Cat.
I belong to /B/earman.

I'm aspiring to be the world's greatest crazy cat lady when I grow up. I'm also learning how to be very angry and very constructive with my anger.

My interest in this forum stemmed from /B/earman showing me a sermon from the Good Reverend Roger.

Pleasure to meet you!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Eater of Clowns on August 04, 2013, 07:40:19 pm
Hi, welcome to PD!

If you pronounce FCCL it sounds like fecal.

I approve.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on August 04, 2013, 09:33:03 pm
Hello,
I am a Jew Cat.
I belong to /B/earman.

I'm aspiring to be the world's greatest crazy cat lady when I grow up. I'm also learning how to be very angry and very constructive with my anger.

My interest in this forum stemmed from /B/earman showing me a sermon from the Good Reverend Roger.

Pleasure to meet you!

Hello. Welcome to the party. I am also an aspiring crazy cat lady. If that includes a shot gun and some moonshine and a rocking chair on a rickety front porch. Good luck with the anger thing. TGRR's sermons will more than help you with that.  :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Left on August 05, 2013, 04:08:25 am
Hello,
I am a Jew Cat.
I belong to /B/earman.

I'm aspiring to be the world's greatest crazy cat lady when I grow up. I'm also learning how to be very angry and very constructive with my anger.

My interest in this forum stemmed from /B/earman showing me a sermon from the Good Reverend Roger.

Pleasure to meet you!

Hello. Welcome to the party. I am also an aspiring crazy cat lady. If that includes a shot gun and some moonshine and a rocking chair on a rickety front porch. Good luck with the anger thing. TGRR's sermons will more than help you with that.  :lulz:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K4fVsSejI4Q

I'm crazy, though this seems to include various animals.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Giant(G)Land on August 14, 2013, 07:30:15 pm
Hi all,

My name is Jake and I feel very fortunate to have found a little enclave of folks who may or may not share my zest for Ultimate Knowledge and Bullshit.

I recently discovered Discordian philosophy while researching tulpas-which led me to Chaos Magic which (I think) led me to RAW where I've been residing for the last few months.

some context

The first set of books that ever royally mindfucked me (which, of course, led me to the Science and Philosophy sections of the bookstore) were the "alien abduction" memoirs by Whitley Strieber- this was back in high school.
I was pretty well sold on the whole metaphysical message and spent a lot of time trying to figure it all out which proved to be terribly frustrating-so much so I eventually resorted to the skeptical literature.

I read (for the first time) Carl Sagan-who became an intellectual hero of mine. From there on I read more science, psychology, analytical philosophy, etc. . .all decidedly rationalistic (think: Daniel Dennett) and quite challenging for a wooly minded painterly type like myself (see: pretentious.) During this sojourn I found Zen Buddhism and now sit my ass on a cushion every morning watching the carpet crawl. . .

Presently

I am 23 (!) and have decided I feel the sanest (and happiest) when I ape Discordian logic and muck around with the Sacred Chao. I am just about through with both Prometheus Rising and the Principia. . .both books that have frustrated my lame philosophical assumptions for months now-which is pretty damn refreshing. Having a sense of humor about all this stuff is huge plus too!

I hope I can contribute something to this party.  :lulz:

Thanks for your time.

-Jake

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 07:36:43 pm
Hi all,

My name is Jake and I feel very fortunate to have found a little enclave of folks who may or may not share my zest for Ultimate Knowledge and Bullshit.

Questing for bullshit?  Isn't that like hauling coals to Newcastle?  And "ultimate knowledge" sounds a bit too much like "ultimate responsibility" or "ultimate liability".

Quote
I recently discovered Discordian philosophy while researching tulpas-which led me to Chaos Magic which (I think) led me to RAW where I've been residing for the last few months.

This is going to end very well.  I can sense it.

Quote
some context

The first set of books that ever royally mindfucked me (which, of course, led me to the Science and Philosophy sections of the bookstore) were the "alien abduction" memoirs by Whitley Strieber- this was back in high school.

He's the guy that aliens travel light years to probe up the pooper, right? 

Quote
I was pretty well sold on the whole metaphysical message and spent a lot of time trying to figure it all out which proved to be terribly frustrating-so much so I eventually resorted to the skeptical literature.

Interesting.  Most people who swallow metaphysical crap and have trouble with it usually go looking for a guru.  This one might have potential.  Maybe.

Quote
I read (for the first time) Carl Sagan-who became an intellectual hero of mine. From there on I read more science, psychology, analytical philosophy, etc. . .all decidedly rationalistic (think: Daniel Dennett) and quite challenging for a wooly minded painterly type like myself (see: pretentious.) During this sojourn I found Zen Buddhism and now sit my ass on a cushion every morning watching the carpet crawl. . .

Hey, I do that too!  Only without the Zen.  I use benzos.

Quote
I hope I can contribute something to this party.  :lulz:

Oh, me too.  Me, too.

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 07:38:16 pm
IN BEFORE CRAMULUS
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cramulus on August 14, 2013, 07:40:03 pm
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Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cramulus on August 14, 2013, 07:40:34 pm
IN BEFORE CRAMULUS

(http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/Smileys/default/argh.gif)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on August 14, 2013, 07:40:43 pm
Hi there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 07:41:17 pm
IN BEFORE CRAMULUS

(http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/Smileys/default/argh.gif)

Fear my ninja-like skills.

TGRR,
IN B4 PATRICK HENRY
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 07:41:55 pm
Hi there, new guy!

Gland:  Do not listen to LMNO.  He is BAD FOR YOU.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on August 14, 2013, 07:46:27 pm
Fresh meat! Hi!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 07:49:30 pm
Fresh meat! Hi!

AND THIS GUY IS BELGIAN AND EATS BABIES.

Which is why we in The Church™ oppose abortion.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Giant(G)Land on August 14, 2013, 07:55:22 pm
YES! YES! and hello!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Q. G. Pennyworth on August 14, 2013, 07:58:19 pm
Hey new thing! Have fun and avoid the drug threads.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 08:00:16 pm
Hey new thing! Have fun and avoid the drug threads.

While I normally can't condone Queen Gogira's behavior or suggestions, this one is solid gold.

Not that anyone warning you can avoid them.  No.  They are trying to save YOU from THEIR fate, endlessly wanking it in the drug threads until nothing but blood comes out.

Drug Threads:  NOT EVEN ONCE.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on August 14, 2013, 08:05:03 pm
I posted in a drug thread once, and I STILL can't get my insurance provider to cover the operation I needed afterwards. Now I live in a cardboard box (recently waterproofed with duct tape!) under a bridge and sell random white powders in dime bags to pay for my internet.

Also, hello new person.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on August 14, 2013, 08:06:37 pm
Fresh meat! Hi!

AND THIS GUY IS BELGIAN AND EATS BABIES.

Which is why we in The Church™ oppose abortion.

This is true, but I need to add that
1) unless you are a baby (30 years or older), I won't eat you.
2) I am from NORTHERN Belgium, home of Viking princesses and church arsonists.
3) I am one of the former.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 08:07:01 pm
I posted in a drug thread once, and I STILL can't get my insurance provider to cover the operation I needed afterwards. Now I live in a cardboard box (recently waterproofed with duct tape!) under a bridge and sell random white powders in dime bags to pay for my internet.

Also, hello new person.

I posted in a drug thread once, and they came and took my family away.  Not just my kids, my whole fucking family.  Cousins, aunts, uncles, everything.  They say I can have them back when the foster parents are done beating the shit out of them.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 08:07:54 pm
Fresh meat! Hi!

AND THIS GUY IS BELGIAN AND EATS BABIES.

Which is why we in The Church™ oppose abortion.

This is true, but I need to add that
1) unless you are a baby (30 years or older), I won't eat you.
2) I am from NORTHERN Belgium, home of Viking princesses and church arsonists.
3) I am one of the former.

I've never seen a picture of you in a church that wasn't on fire.

I have my suspicions.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Junkenstein on August 14, 2013, 08:09:12 pm
I've quit drug threads more often than smoking.

I've had marginally more success at staying off drug threads.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on August 14, 2013, 08:22:05 pm
Fresh meat! Hi!

AND THIS GUY IS BELGIAN AND EATS BABIES.

Which is why we in The Church™ oppose abortion.

This is true, but I need to add that
1) unless you are a baby (30 years or older), I won't eat you.
2) I am from NORTHERN Belgium, home of Viking princesses and church arsonists.
3) I am one of the former.

I've never seen a picture of you in a church that wasn't on fire.

I have my suspicions.

It's COLD up here. I take any heat I can find.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 08:22:52 pm
Fresh meat! Hi!

AND THIS GUY IS BELGIAN AND EATS BABIES.

Which is why we in The Church™ oppose abortion.

This is true, but I need to add that
1) unless you are a baby (30 years or older), I won't eat you.
2) I am from NORTHERN Belgium, home of Viking princesses and church arsonists.
3) I am one of the former.

I've never seen a picture of you in a church that wasn't on fire.

I have my suspicions.

It's COLD up here. I take any heat I can find.

 :lulz:

So, what, you just follow black metal guys around until they torch a church?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on August 14, 2013, 08:27:19 pm
Fresh meat! Hi!

AND THIS GUY IS BELGIAN AND EATS BABIES.

Which is why we in The Church™ oppose abortion.

This is true, but I need to add that
1) unless you are a baby (30 years or older), I won't eat you.
2) I am from NORTHERN Belgium, home of Viking princesses and church arsonists.
3) I am one of the former.

I've never seen a picture of you in a church that wasn't on fire.

I have my suspicions.

It's COLD up here. I take any heat I can find.

 :lulz:

So, what, you just follow black metal guys around until they torch a church?

It's happened TWICE! Both times, I just happened to go past the church on one of these:

(http://gfx.nrk.no/A_rpM67r0i0WQHCkVMFrwgQxTu22fr3we4wuqb9Vz0Iw.jpg)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 08:28:24 pm
Fresh meat! Hi!

AND THIS GUY IS BELGIAN AND EATS BABIES.

Which is why we in The Church™ oppose abortion.

This is true, but I need to add that
1) unless you are a baby (30 years or older), I won't eat you.
2) I am from NORTHERN Belgium, home of Viking princesses and church arsonists.
3) I am one of the former.

I've never seen a picture of you in a church that wasn't on fire.

I have my suspicions.

It's COLD up here. I take any heat I can find.

 :lulz:

So, what, you just follow black metal guys around until they torch a church?

It's happened TWICE! Both times, I just happened to go past the church on one of these:

(http://gfx.nrk.no/A_rpM67r0i0WQHCkVMFrwgQxTu22fr3we4wuqb9Vz0Iw.jpg)

WHERE DID YOUR LEG GO?

AWWW, THEY CUT WAFFLE'S LEG OFF!    :horrormirth:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on August 14, 2013, 08:39:36 pm
Fresh meat! Hi!

AND THIS GUY IS BELGIAN AND EATS BABIES.

Which is why we in The Church™ oppose abortion.

This is true, but I need to add that
1) unless you are a baby (30 years or older), I won't eat you.
2) I am from NORTHERN Belgium, home of Viking princesses and church arsonists.
3) I am one of the former.

I've never seen a picture of you in a church that wasn't on fire.

I have my suspicions.

It's COLD up here. I take any heat I can find.

 :lulz:

So, what, you just follow black metal guys around until they torch a church?

It's happened TWICE! Both times, I just happened to go past the church on one of these:

(http://gfx.nrk.no/A_rpM67r0i0WQHCkVMFrwgQxTu22fr3we4wuqb9Vz0Iw.jpg)

WHERE DID YOUR LEG GO?

AWWW, THEY CUT WAFFLE'S LEG OFF!    :horrormirth:

They sewed it back on. Granted, it wasn't mineand it is a couple of inches shorter than the old one, but it works.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 08:56:40 pm
Warned you about those parties.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Giant(G)Land on August 14, 2013, 09:18:46 pm
I posted in a drug thread once, and I STILL can't get my insurance provider to cover the operation I needed afterwards. Now I live in a cardboard box (recently waterproofed with duct tape!) under a bridge and sell random white powders in dime bags to pay for my internet.

Also, hello new person.

I posted in a drug thread once, and they came and took my family away.  Not just my kids, my whole fucking family.  Cousins, aunts, uncles, everything.  They say I can have them back when the foster parents are done beating the shit out of them.


Jeez... :| I hope the both of you are keeping the FAITH. I feel you (is that cool?) I once posted in the Hidden Science/ Advanced Technology/ Top Secret section on the David Icke forums and ever since then all of friends, relatives, and ex-girlfriends (ALL of them) conspire at the nearest Double Tree where (I suspect) they are making jokes at my expense. With only the WORST intentions of course. . .

I also have developed a mild case of HPPD   see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hppd
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 09:22:28 pm
I posted in a drug thread once, and I STILL can't get my insurance provider to cover the operation I needed afterwards. Now I live in a cardboard box (recently waterproofed with duct tape!) under a bridge and sell random white powders in dime bags to pay for my internet.

Also, hello new person.

I posted in a drug thread once, and they came and took my family away.  Not just my kids, my whole fucking family.  Cousins, aunts, uncles, everything.  They say I can have them back when the foster parents are done beating the shit out of them.


Jeez... :| I hope the both of you are keeping the FAITH. I feel you (is that cool?) I once posted in the Hidden Science/ Advanced Technology/ Top Secret section on the David Icke forums and ever since then all of friends, relatives, and ex-girlfriends (ALL of them) conspire at the nearest Double Tree where (I suspect) they are making jokes at my expense. With only the WORST intentions of course. . .

I also have developed a mild case of HPPD   see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hppd

Well, that will teach you, won't it?


Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on August 14, 2013, 09:25:40 pm
Warned you about those parties.

I never, ever listen, do I? I need to be punished. Severely.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 09:26:49 pm
Warned you about those parties.

I never, ever listen, do I? I need to be punished. Severely.

Not sure how much good that would do.  I mean, random body part replacement hasn't curtailed your asshattery, so I'm not sure if the Arizona Two Step would help at all.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on August 14, 2013, 09:28:19 pm
Warned you about those parties.

I never, ever listen, do I? I need to be punished. Severely.

Not sure how much good that would do.  I mean, random body part replacement hasn't curtailed your asshattery, so I'm not sure if the Arizona Two Step would help at all.

Perhaps not, but golly, is it fun!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 09:29:03 pm
Warned you about those parties.

I never, ever listen, do I? I need to be punished. Severely.

Not sure how much good that would do.  I mean, random body part replacement hasn't curtailed your asshattery, so I'm not sure if the Arizona Two Step would help at all.

Perhaps not, but golly, is it fun!

Yeah, when we make people do it, they never stop
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 14, 2013, 10:04:58 pm
HEY THERE NEW GUY. TALK TO ME.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on August 14, 2013, 10:16:17 pm
Warned you about those parties.

I never, ever listen, do I? I need to be punished. Severely.

Not sure how much good that would do.  I mean, random body part replacement hasn't curtailed your asshattery, so I'm not sure if the Arizona Two Step would help at all.

Perhaps not, but golly, is it fun!

Yeah, when we make people do it, they never stop.

To be honest,  don't know what an Arizona Two Step is, and I've never been a good dancer. Enthusiastic dancer, on the other hand.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 10:24:30 pm
Warned you about those parties.

I never, ever listen, do I? I need to be punished. Severely.

Not sure how much good that would do.  I mean, random body part replacement hasn't curtailed your asshattery, so I'm not sure if the Arizona Two Step would help at all.

Perhaps not, but golly, is it fun!

Yeah, when we make people do it, they never stop.

To be honest,  don't know what an Arizona Two Step is, and I've never been a good dancer. Enthusiastic dancer, on the other hand.

Anyone can do the Arizona Two Step.

And one day, everyone will.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on August 14, 2013, 10:31:20 pm
Warned you about those parties.

I never, ever listen, do I? I need to be punished. Severely.

Not sure how much good that would do.  I mean, random body part replacement hasn't curtailed your asshattery, so I'm not sure if the Arizona Two Step would help at all.

Perhaps not, but golly, is it fun!

Yeah, when we make people do it, they never stop.

To be honest,  don't know what an Arizona Two Step is, and I've never been a good dancer. Enthusiastic dancer, on the other hand.

Anyone can do the Arizona Two Step.

And one day, everyone will.

STEP TOGETHER STEP BACK TAP BACK (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqP3DrfQG7k)

:horror:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 10:32:20 pm
Warned you about those parties.

I never, ever listen, do I? I need to be punished. Severely.

Not sure how much good that would do.  I mean, random body part replacement hasn't curtailed your asshattery, so I'm not sure if the Arizona Two Step would help at all.

Perhaps not, but golly, is it fun!

Yeah, when we make people do it, they never stop.

To be honest,  don't know what an Arizona Two Step is, and I've never been a good dancer. Enthusiastic dancer, on the other hand.

Anyone can do the Arizona Two Step.

And one day, everyone will.

STEP TOGETHER STEP BACK TAP BACK (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqP3DrfQG7k)

:horror:

That is bogus.  There are more than two steps in that.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on August 14, 2013, 10:35:12 pm
 :lulz: :lulz: :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 10:38:40 pm
:lulz: :lulz: :lulz:

Well, it's true.  The proper Arizona Two Step only has TWO STEPS.  And they AREN'T REPEATED.  One step, two step, DONE, and you won't even make the front page the next day.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Giant(G)Land on August 14, 2013, 10:45:14 pm
HEY THERE NEW GUY. TALK TO ME.

Wow, an exclusive invitation :) :)

Do you think it's a good idea to have my laptop "talk" to me using the text to speech function?
Maybe read some PDF books (like Law: A Very Short Introduction for example?)
Perhaps do this daily since I am grossly (and becoming incrementally) illiterate...

your answer is more important to me than that of some guy that eats babies. . .no offense to the Waffleman

THANKS

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 10:45:53 pm
This one is bad.  I can smell it.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Giant(G)Land on August 14, 2013, 10:48:07 pm
Hopefully I am just a little dusty...
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 10:54:36 pm
Hopefully I am just a little dusty...

You're one of Those People.  I have an unerring instinct about this shit.

Comes from being a Holy Man™.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Giant(G)Land on August 14, 2013, 11:14:05 pm
Never been called a 'Those People' before-perhaps I should have lurked a little longer but I just had to (somewhat soberly) introduce myself before completely giving myself up to the all of the fun.

I hope to spoil your prophecies Holy Man™. . .but not too much. Or maybe no?

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 14, 2013, 11:19:17 pm
HEY THERE NEW GUY. TALK TO ME.

Wow, an exclusive invitation :) :)

Do you think it's a good idea to have my laptop "talk" to me using the text to speech function?
Maybe read some PDF books (like Law: A Very Short Introduction for example?)
Perhaps do this daily since I am grossly (and becoming incrementally) illiterate...

your answer is more important to me than that of some guy that eats babies. . .no offense to the Waffleman

THANKS

No.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 11:20:56 pm
Never been called a 'Those People' before-perhaps I should have lurked a little longer but I just had to (somewhat soberly) introduce myself before completely giving myself up to the all of the fun.

I hope to spoil your prophecies Holy Man™. . .but not too much. Or maybe no?

SING ME THE SONG OF MY PEOPLE.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Giant(G)Land on August 14, 2013, 11:30:42 pm
Never been called a 'Those People' before-perhaps I should have lurked a little longer but I just had to (somewhat soberly) introduce myself before completely giving myself up to the all of the fun.

I hope to spoil your prophecies Holy Man™. . .but not too much. Or maybe no?

SING ME THE SONG OF MY PEOPLE.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7o7BrlbaDs  !
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 14, 2013, 11:31:23 pm
My people are French?   :?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Giant(G)Land on August 14, 2013, 11:37:28 pm
My people are French?   :?

well...yes.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Giant(G)Land on August 14, 2013, 11:38:50 pm
HEY THERE NEW GUY. TALK TO ME.

Wow, an exclusive invitation :) :)

Do you think it's a good idea to have my laptop "talk" to me using the text to speech function?
Maybe read some PDF books (like Law: A Very Short Introduction for example?)
Perhaps do this daily since I am grossly (and becoming incrementally) illiterate...

your answer is more important to me than that of some guy that eats babies. . .no offense to the Waffleman

THANKS

No.

Thank you.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on August 15, 2013, 12:57:23 am
HEY THERE NEW GUY. TALK TO ME.

Wow, an exclusive invitation :) :)

Do you think it's a good idea to have my laptop "talk" to me using the text to speech function?
Maybe read some PDF books (like Law: A Very Short Introduction for example?)
Perhaps do this daily since I am grossly (and becoming incrementally) illiterate...

your answer is more important to me than that of some guy that eats babies. . .no offense to the Waffleman

THANKS

No.

Thank you.

Always happy to be of service.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Count Chocula on August 15, 2013, 01:06:56 am
Hi all,

My name is Jake and I feel very fortunate to have found a little enclave of folks who may or may not share my zest for Ultimate Knowledge and Bullshit.

I recently discovered Discordian philosophy while researching tulpas-which led me to Chaos Magic which (I think) led me to RAW where I've been residing for the last few months.

some context

The first set of books that ever royally mindfucked me (which, of course, led me to the Science and Philosophy sections of the bookstore) were the "alien abduction" memoirs by Whitley Strieber- this was back in high school.
I was pretty well sold on the whole metaphysical message and spent a lot of time trying to figure it all out which proved to be terribly frustrating-so much so I eventually resorted to the skeptical literature.

I read (for the first time) Carl Sagan-who became an intellectual hero of mine. From there on I read more science, psychology, analytical philosophy, etc. . .all decidedly rationalistic (think: Daniel Dennett) and quite challenging for a wooly minded painterly type like myself (see: pretentious.) During this sojourn I found Zen Buddhism and now sit my ass on a cushion every morning watching the carpet crawl. . .

Presently

I am 23 (!) and have decided I feel the sanest (and happiest) when I ape Discordian logic and muck around with the Sacred Chao. I am just about through with both Prometheus Rising and the Principia. . .both books that have frustrated my lame philosophical assumptions for months now-which is pretty damn refreshing. Having a sense of humor about all this stuff is huge plus too!

I hope I can contribute something to this party.  :lulz:

Thanks for your time.

-Jake

 :troll:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on August 15, 2013, 01:09:50 am
That post can stay.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on August 15, 2013, 03:10:53 am
A facebook one, AMIRITE?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: msok on September 14, 2013, 05:28:20 pm
 Hello Hello. I like adventure time, shel silverstein, HP. Lovcraft, dr sues, Pokemon, dr who, soul coughing, lieing, Anton Wilson, Anton Lavey, Terry Pratchett wasting time, Shane Claiborne, bad quality film photo junk, doing that thing with double negatives so people get confused, sleep,Christopher Walken, getting bad internet connections, paying to much for my cellphone, night vale, and stalking this web page.
   A friend of mine told me about Discordianism after he had break down and I went pdf hunting found this place, that was about 3 years ago
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on September 14, 2013, 05:42:56 pm
Hello Hello. I like adventure time, shel silverstein, HP. Lovcraft, dr sues, Pokemon, dr who, soul coughing, lieing, Anton Wilson, Anton Lavey, Terry Pratchett wasting time, Shane Claiborne, bad quality film photo junk, doing that thing with double negatives so people get confused, sleep,Christopher Walken, getting bad internet connections, paying to much for my cellphone, night vale, and stalking this web page.
   A friend of mine told me about Discordianism after he had break down and I went pdf hunting found this place, that was about 3 years ago

Hey there. Welcome to PD.com.

Look, I'm just gonna tell you right now:

Discordianism is bad for you. Discordians are even worse for you.

I met a Discordian in real life once, and now I'm up to my ears in medical and legal debt. The two things aren't necessarily directly related but, you know. Can't be too careful around these people.

I only hang out here to keep an eye on these freaks, to make sure I'm not in any risk of running into more of them. The same can actually be said for most of the people on this forum. I think there's only like 4 Real Discordians left.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on September 14, 2013, 05:55:06 pm
As a member of the Really Real Discordians for Realness, I must agree.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on September 14, 2013, 05:56:58 pm
I disagree, because I'm contrarian. Discordians are really nice people, and they don't smile too much at all.

There's nothing to fear. At all. Now, move along, kids.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Don Coyote on September 14, 2013, 05:58:52 pm
Discordians are not to be taken orally.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on September 14, 2013, 06:07:58 pm
I heard a couple of Discordians had a diner in Topeka in the 1970's and Ritchie Blackmore ate there once and got explosive diarrhea and wrote "Smoke On The Water".
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: msok on September 14, 2013, 06:23:59 pm
you cant fool me with your fables pd! I ware my work boots on reverse feet and pray for five hours a day with my face down on Big red gum rappers.   
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on September 14, 2013, 06:27:00 pm
Well then I guess you ain't gotta worry about what Discordians are gonna do to you, you're doing plenty to yourself already.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on September 14, 2013, 06:28:33 pm
you cant fool me with your fables pd! I ware my work boots on reverse feet and pray for five hours a day with my face down on Big red gum rappers.   

Big red gum rappers.   
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on September 14, 2013, 06:28:59 pm
you cant fool me with your fables pd! I ware my work boots on reverse feet and pray for five hours a day with my face down on Big red gum rappers.   

Oh. Well I guess you are already a Real Discordian then. My apologies.

LOL23PINEALFNORD, and all that. :fnord:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Q. G. Pennyworth on September 14, 2013, 06:53:26 pm
you cant fool me with your fables pd! I ware my work boots on reverse feet and pray for five hours a day with my face down on Big red gum rappers.   

Oh. Well I guess you are already a Real Discordian then. My apologies.

LOL23PINEALFNORD, and all that. :fnord:

CLEARLY he's not a REALLY REAL Discordian because Mal2 said that Discordians rarely pray, and REALLY REAL Discordians live their lives exclusively by the words of a fictional prophet who lives in a PO Box.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Eater of Clowns on September 14, 2013, 07:08:12 pm
Hello Hello. I like adventure time, shel silverstein, HP. Lovcraft, dr sues, Pokemon, dr who, soul coughing, lieing, Anton Wilson, Anton Lavey, Terry Pratchett wasting time, Shane Claiborne, bad quality film photo junk, doing that thing with double negatives so people get confused, sleep,Christopher Walken, getting bad internet connections, paying to much for my cellphone, night vale, and stalking this web page.
   A friend of mine told me about Discordianism after he had break down and I went pdf hunting found this place, that was about 3 years ago

I like all of those things except for two. One of those two is innocuous, but for the other you and I are now deep, deep enemies.

WELCOME TO PD!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 14, 2013, 07:08:15 pm
Hello Hello. I like adventure time, shel silverstein, HP. Lovcraft, dr sues, Pokemon, dr who, soul coughing, lieing, Anton Wilson, Anton Lavey, Terry Pratchett wasting time, Shane Claiborne, bad quality film photo junk, doing that thing with double negatives so people get confused, sleep,Christopher Walken, getting bad internet connections, paying to much for my cellphone, night vale, and stalking this web page.
   A friend of mine told me about Discordianism after he had break down and I went pdf hunting found this place, that was about 3 years ago

You sound quite wacky.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 14, 2013, 07:08:56 pm
Discordians are not to be taken orally.

Please don't tell my boyfriend.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 14, 2013, 07:19:59 pm
you cant fool me with your fables pd! I ware my work boots on reverse feet and pray for five hours a day with my face down on Big red gum rappers.   

Big red gum rappers.   

(http://i.imgur.com/t99Y5ED.jpg)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 15, 2013, 03:19:46 am
Hello Hello. I like adventure time, shel silverstein, HP. Lovcraft, dr sues, Pokemon, dr who, soul coughing, lieing, Anton Wilson, Anton Lavey, Terry Pratchett wasting time, Shane Claiborne, bad quality film photo junk, doing that thing with double negatives so people get confused, sleep,Christopher Walken, getting bad internet connections, paying to much for my cellphone, night vale, and stalking this web page.
   A friend of mine told me about Discordianism after he had break down and I went pdf hunting found this place, that was about 3 years ago

Your English use...

You make me sad.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 15, 2013, 03:20:11 am
you cant fool me with your fables pd! I ware my work boots on reverse feet and pray for five hours a day with my face down on Big red gum rappers.   

Tater?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Seisatsu on September 16, 2013, 10:52:45 am
Every value, precept, concept, and "truth" by which I had previously lived were shattered all at once, suddenly and without warning, on the late eve of July 6th, or perhaps the 7th (I do not recall), the year of this one, by the words of a traveling zen buddhist vagrant from Baltimore, on the roof of a grandiose hotel in Los Angeles, just two days before I departed for Germany. While overseas, I discovered the Principia during a freak Wikipedia browsing accident, and against my better judgement and in spite of my sanity, did read it.

Then I tripped balls for the rest of my life.

Do you I believe that?probably
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Pæs on September 16, 2013, 10:56:13 am
I am fucking sick of buddhist vagrants wandering about dosing people with acid before they go on holiday. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on September 16, 2013, 11:28:20 am
Pæs, have you any idea how lucrative the Buddhist vagrant acid doses racket is?!
It's made me filthy rich.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Seisatsu on September 16, 2013, 12:36:49 pm
Guys, can't we all just get a bong?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on September 16, 2013, 02:06:17 pm
Oh boy.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 16, 2013, 03:03:22 pm
OH, HAI DOOD!  YOU SURE SOUND WHACKY AND FULL OF DRUG-DRIVEN ZANINESS!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Faust on September 16, 2013, 03:12:35 pm
Welcome S_VulgarhatesexthreatIII, A name like that raises a lot of questions, like what happened to S_VulgarhatesexthreatII and First.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cramulus on September 16, 2013, 03:22:41 pm
welllllllllllllcome

joinnnnn ussssss

(http://25.media.tumblr.com/a13494fb3cda1e40ab39211973a094f9/tumblr_mt2ljwwH7j1s18kelo1_400.gif)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on September 16, 2013, 04:38:23 pm
Hey there, now guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cramulus on September 16, 2013, 06:26:59 pm
welcome to pee deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeegagdagd

(http://i.imgur.com/373THJw.gif)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: AFK on September 16, 2013, 06:34:07 pm
He should have used a fork. 
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: AFK on September 16, 2013, 06:34:44 pm
Let that be a lesson to you noobs.  Don't fuck around.  Use forks. 
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on September 16, 2013, 06:35:17 pm
Fucker's lucky he didn't choke to death.  Good luck getting him out of there in time to do a Heimlech manuever.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Phox on October 01, 2013, 04:34:42 pm
Hello, I'm Phox, I'm back (possibly) from a lengthy hiatus. What did I miss?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cain on October 01, 2013, 04:57:40 pm
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Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 01, 2013, 04:59:16 pm
Hi Phox!!!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Telarus on October 02, 2013, 03:22:46 am
Hey! Welcome back!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Buckaroo Banzai on October 11, 2013, 02:52:14 am
Why hello there all you sexy, sexy people and Gary. I am here now. I'd like to officially use this thread to welcome you to my brief online life at this specific forum. Go ahead! Mix some white wine and seven-up and serve it to your friends and family tonight. When they are good and intoxicated, pull down your Gene Shalit glasses and causally mention I joined the bored before coyly inquiring, "jealous?". They will not be.

I joined these boards not just because a friend pressured me into as one does when building up a patsy to take the rap for a brutal murder, but also because like all of you I am a huge, HUGE fan of Discs of and about Chicago's O'Hare international airport! Though I am a novice , I have collected something of an impressive assortment of discs ranging from sounds of planes taking off and landing at O'Hare to the gentle susurrus of the foodcort to even a rare vinyl pressing of Milton Friedman describing the airport and his experiences in it.

Now of course I have been a member of and lurked on all the other major O'Hare audio fanclub forums out there, but the idea of extraordinary individuals taking it even farther and developing a religo-philosophy dedicated specifically to hard format O'Hare material deeply intrigued me, so here I am! :D

I hope to get to know all of you, share great discussions, and learn how you got into O'Hare based tunes
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Eater of Clowns on October 11, 2013, 02:57:45 am
Man, this might embarassing, but this is not a forum full of O'Harephiles.

Don't worry too much. You'd be shocked how common that sort of mistake is made. Happens all the time.

Welcome to PD.

It's much worse than you think.   :)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Q. G. Pennyworth on October 11, 2013, 03:00:12 am
Hi new guy! This thing I just made may be relevant to your interests: http://i.imgur.com/ZwT9M18.jpg
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 11, 2013, 04:18:40 am
Why hello there all you sexy, sexy people and Gary. I am here now. I'd like to officially use this thread to welcome you to my brief online life at this specific forum. Go ahead! Mix some white wine and seven-up and serve it to your friends and family tonight. When they are good and intoxicated, pull down your Gene Shalit glasses and causally mention I joined the bored before coyly inquiring, "jealous?". They will not be.

I joined these boards not just because a friend pressured me into as one does when building up a patsy to take the rap for a brutal murder, but also because like all of you I am a huge, HUGE fan of Discs of and about Chicago's O'Hare international airport! Though I am a novice , I have collected something of an impressive assortment of discs ranging from sounds of planes taking off and landing at O'Hare to the gentle susurrus of the foodcort to even a rare vinyl pressing of Milton Friedman describing the airport and his experiences in it.

Now of course I have been a member of and lurked on all the other major O'Hare audio fanclub forums out there, but the idea of extraordinary individuals taking it even farther and developing a religo-philosophy dedicated specifically to hard format O'Hare material deeply intrigued me, so here I am! :D

I hope to get to know all of you, share great discussions, and learn how you got into O'Hare based tunes

I approve of this here brain-damaged bullshit.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 11, 2013, 06:27:21 am
Why hello there all you sexy, sexy people and Gary. I am here now. I'd like to officially use this thread to welcome you to my brief online life at this specific forum. Go ahead! Mix some white wine and seven-up and serve it to your friends and family tonight. When they are good and intoxicated, pull down your Gene Shalit glasses and causally mention I joined the bored before coyly inquiring, "jealous?". They will not be.

I joined these boards not just because a friend pressured me into as one does when building up a patsy to take the rap for a brutal murder, but also because like all of you I am a huge, HUGE fan of Discs of and about Chicago's O'Hare international airport! Though I am a novice , I have collected something of an impressive assortment of discs ranging from sounds of planes taking off and landing at O'Hare to the gentle susurrus of the foodcort to even a rare vinyl pressing of Milton Friedman describing the airport and his experiences in it.

Now of course I have been a member of and lurked on all the other major O'Hare audio fanclub forums out there, but the idea of extraordinary individuals taking it even farther and developing a religo-philosophy dedicated specifically to hard format O'Hare material deeply intrigued me, so here I am! :D

I hope to get to know all of you, share great discussions, and learn how you got into O'Hare based tunes

You are great. That is all.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LuciferX on October 11, 2013, 09:40:04 am
Why hello there all you sexy, sexy people and Gary. I am here now. I'd like to officially use this thread to welcome you to my brief online life at this specific forum. Go ahead! Mix some white wine and seven-up and serve it to your friends and family tonight. When they are good and intoxicated, pull down your Gene Shalit glasses and causally mention I joined the bored before coyly inquiring, "jealous?". They will not be.

I joined these boards not just because a friend pressured me into as one does when building up a patsy to take the rap for a brutal murder, but also because like all of you I am a huge, HUGE fan of Discs of and about Chicago's O'Hare international airport! Though I am a novice , I have collected something of an impressive assortment of discs ranging from sounds of planes taking off and landing at O'Hare to the gentle susurrus of the foodcort to even a rare vinyl pressing of Milton Friedman describing the airport and his experiences in it.

Now of course I have been a member of and lurked on all the other major O'Hare audio fanclub forums out there, but the idea of extraordinary individuals taking it even farther and developing a religo-philosophy dedicated specifically to hard format O'Hare material deeply intrigued me, so here I am! :D

I hope to get to know all of you, share great discussions, and learn how you got into O'Hare based tunes

Cool.  Don't mind missing the connection too.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on October 11, 2013, 02:47:41 pm
Hi, new guy!

I'm looking forward to experiencing a new plane of existence.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Eater of Clowns on October 11, 2013, 04:07:54 pm
Hi, new guy!

I'm looking forward to experiencing a new plane of existence.

Just so we're clear, Banzai, this sort of thing is going to get LMNO dragged out behind the building and shot.

It simply isn't tolerated.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 11, 2013, 04:08:33 pm
Hi, new guy!

I'm looking forward to experiencing a new plane of existence.

I don't even know you anymore, dude.   :|
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Buckaroo Banzai on October 11, 2013, 09:46:53 pm
Oh my, this IS embarrassing. I thought I had registered for the "Principia Disc-ORD-ia" forum. Still, my white suburban sense of the Bushido code compels me to stay. Thanks all!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 11, 2013, 09:48:06 pm
compels me to stay.

Sucks to be you.  These guys are all complete asstards.  I know I am.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Don Coyote on October 11, 2013, 09:48:16 pm
Oh my, this IS embarrassing. I thought I had registered for the "Principia Disc-ORD-ia" forum. Still, my white suburban sense of the Bushido code compels me to stay. Thanks all!

This shit is just getting more surreal and bulldada.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 11, 2013, 09:48:50 pm
Oh my, this IS embarrassing. I thought I had registered for the "Principia Disc-ORD-ia" forum. Still, my white suburban sense of the Bushido code compels me to stay. Thanks all!

This shit is just getting more surreal and bulldada.

Shush.  The UNNG is strong in this one.  I can sense it.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on October 12, 2013, 04:10:00 am
Hello, I'm Phox, I'm back (possibly) from a lengthy hiatus. What did I miss?

Phox? Do my eyes deceive me?????
Welcome back. WOOOOOOOOOOOOT! :D
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: tyrannosaurus vex on October 12, 2013, 04:57:16 am
Oh my, this IS embarrassing. I thought I had registered for the "Principia Disc-ORD-ia" forum. Still, my white suburban sense of the Bushido code compels me to stay. Thanks all!

Joke's on you, Bub. Once you cross the 100 Post mark, you don't need any fancy sense of Bushido or anything else to "compel" you to stay. You'll stick to this place like a dead cow sticks to the ground.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Lord Azzandro The Flame on October 12, 2013, 08:05:54 am
Whats up everyone, im azzzzzzzzzz!!!!! Gonna be planting some ideas here for a while. Water if you like  :?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Pæs on October 12, 2013, 10:29:44 am
Whats up everyone, im azzzzzzzzzz!!!!! Gonna be planting some ideas here for a while. Water if you like  :?
After allowing a moment for the dust to settle after the newcomer's traumatic and awkward arrival, a wizened shrew with a hook nose turns from the bar to address him.

(http://i.imgur.com/ZlVaLUY.jpg)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cainad (dec.) on October 12, 2013, 04:14:41 pm
:spittake:

 :lulz: Saving that pic.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Pere Ubu on October 13, 2013, 03:15:53 am
Okay, I never goddamn introduced myself, and it seems to be this is some kind of violation of TEYH ROOLZ or sumptin' and I am in danger of being fed to 5 inch worms (or even the 4.23 INCH WORMS :aaa:) if I do not OR SOMETHING.

Our royal nom de om nom nom is of course derived from the writings of St. Alfred Of Jarry, Patron Saint Of 'Pataphysics, Keeper of the Hornstrumpot. We have been an adherent of both SubGenius and Discordia since at least 1984, when we purchased the Holy Texts of the Loose Canon in the decadent libertine hellhole of New York City, and have retained these librae ever since, even unto our present habitation in the land of the Xtians, praise "Bob" and Eris.

We find our sympathies lie with paganism and have been known to adorn ourselves with the pentagram even though we are not personally Wiccans, but in the knowledge that the symbol Pisses Off The Right People.

We also have a working knowledge of Western mysticism, finding that it does not work for ourselves but that Crowley was a decent writer and his texts act as an admirable talisman against woobies.

We aim to practice Zen, being closer to our personal beliefs as well as allowing the Sense Of Humor we cannot resist in properly dealing with the sacred, but find it difficult to apply in daily life when so many of the Pinks, Spags and Cabbages our strumpot is forced to tolerate deserve not sympathy and tolerance but a good throttling.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on October 13, 2013, 04:59:29 am
Thank you for acknowledging Jarry, at the very least.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LuciferX on October 13, 2013, 06:56:08 am
Whats up everyone, im azzzzzzzzzz!!!!! Gonna be planting some ideas here for a while. Water if you like  :?
After allowing a moment for the dust to settle after the newcomer's traumatic and awkward arrival, a wizened shrew with a hook nose turns from the bar to address him.

(http://i.imgur.com/ZlVaLUY.jpg)
:lulz: also one of my favorite things  :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chelagoras The Boulder on October 15, 2013, 07:59:26 pm
Why hello there all you sexy, sexy people and Gary. I am here now. I'd like to officially use this thread to welcome you to my brief online life at this specific forum. Go ahead! Mix some white wine and seven-up and serve it to your friends and family tonight. When they are good and intoxicated, pull down your Gene Shalit glasses and causally mention I joined the bored before coyly inquiring, "jealous?". They will not be.

I joined these boards not just because a friend pressured me into as one does when building up a patsy to take the rap for a brutal murder, but also because like all of you I am a huge, HUGE fan of Discs of and about Chicago's O'Hare international airport! Though I am a novice , I have collected something of an impressive assortment of discs ranging from sounds of planes taking off and landing at O'Hare to the gentle susurrus of the foodcort to even a rare vinyl pressing of Milton Friedman describing the airport and his experiences in it.

Now of course I have been a member of and lurked on all the other major O'Hare audio fanclub forums out there, but the idea of extraordinary individuals taking it even farther and developing a religo-philosophy dedicated specifically to hard format O'Hare material deeply intrigued me, so here I am! :D

I hope to get to know all of you, share great discussions, and learn how you got into O'Hare based tunes
Wow, this guy sounds like a huge dick. :P
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Buckaroo Banzai on October 16, 2013, 02:10:59 am
Why hello there all you sexy, sexy people and Gary. I am here now. I'd like to officially use this thread to welcome you to my brief online life at this specific forum. Go ahead! Mix some white wine and seven-up and serve it to your friends and family tonight. When they are good and intoxicated, pull down your Gene Shalit glasses and causally mention I joined the bored before coyly inquiring, "jealous?". They will not be.

I joined these boards not just because a friend pressured me into as one does when building up a patsy to take the rap for a brutal murder, but also because like all of you I am a huge, HUGE fan of Discs of and about Chicago's O'Hare international airport! Though I am a novice , I have collected something of an impressive assortment of discs ranging from sounds of planes taking off and landing at O'Hare to the gentle susurrus of the foodcort to even a rare vinyl pressing of Milton Friedman describing the airport and his experiences in it.

Now of course I have been a member of and lurked on all the other major O'Hare audio fanclub forums out there, but the idea of extraordinary individuals taking it even farther and developing a religo-philosophy dedicated specifically to hard format O'Hare material deeply intrigued me, so here I am! :D

I hope to get to know all of you, share great discussions, and learn how you got into O'Hare based tunes
Wow, this guy sounds like a huge dick. :P

Please, please, "Grande genital interactions" was my mother, you can just call me Mr. Grande genital interactions
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: PopeSlag on October 20, 2013, 08:40:06 pm
Hello everyone,

I checked this website the other day to see if it was still here, and was happy to see it was. I decided today to browse through the forums for the first time, and I found a thread I thought was neat, so I made an account to say so. You are the first Discordians I think I've thrown words at since alt.discordia in the 90's. If anyone is here from that time; Argwuffle.

Otherwise, nice place, and thank you for reading!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on October 20, 2013, 09:51:29 pm
Hey there, new person!  What thread did you like?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: PopeSlag on October 20, 2013, 10:19:27 pm
"Holyshit, what's going on with my reality?"
http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,35634.msg1305494.html (http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,35634.msg1305494.html)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 20, 2013, 10:56:17 pm
Welcome, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Telarus on October 21, 2013, 03:11:23 am
Welcome to the Chaos, Pope Slag!

I used to hang out on alt.discordia around '99-2001 (before Timmothy Sutter trolled it dead).
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 21, 2013, 03:35:17 am
Welcome to the Chaos, Pope Slag!

I used to hang out on alt.discordia around '99-2001 (before Timmothy Sutter trolled it dead).

Oh, yeah, that pigfucker and also Purple.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: PopeSlag on October 21, 2013, 04:21:24 am
Ha ha ha, Timothy Sutter, awesome!

Do you guys remember Petter Mårtensson?

Oh man, and the Ambrose Bierce Mexican Travel Agency Cabal?

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 21, 2013, 02:57:54 pm
Ha ha ha, Timothy Sutter, awesome!

Do you guys remember Petter Mårtensson?

Oh man, and the Ambrose Bierce Mexican Travel Agency Cabal?

 :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Telarus on October 22, 2013, 02:23:48 am
I do remember the ABMTAC, LOL!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Stupid Youngin on October 24, 2013, 11:01:05 pm
Hello everyone

I'm Tom and I'm 21
I have terrible short term memory. I own the wasteland of fizzygrizzly.
I work in retail and hate every minute of it.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Hoopla! on October 24, 2013, 11:02:56 pm
Hello everyone

I'm Tom and I'm 21
I have terrible short term memory. I own the wasteland of fizzygrizzly.
I work in retail and hate every minute of it.

Hi, I'm Hoopla.  I'm a 38 year old Virgo who thinks Horoscopes are stupid.
I own the nearby territory of Hooplavania, and kindly ask that you stop playing Bon Jovi so loudly at all hours of the night.

Welcome fucker, you've been warned.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on October 24, 2013, 11:04:43 pm
I work and hate every minute of it.

Welcome to the majority of the rest of your life.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Hoopla! on October 24, 2013, 11:05:25 pm
I work and hate every minute of it.

Welcome to the majority of the rest of your life.

Word.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 24, 2013, 11:56:36 pm
Hello everyone

I'm Tom and I'm 21
I have terrible short term memory. I own the wasteland of fizzygrizzly.
I work in retail and hate every minute of it.

Hi.

I'm Roger - aka Howl - and I am a nasty old man that hates everyone who isn't stuck in Arizona hell with me.  And most of them, too.

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Stupid Youngin on October 25, 2013, 02:47:09 am
Hello everyone

I'm Tom and I'm 21
I have terrible short term memory. I own the wasteland of fizzygrizzly.
I work in retail and hate every minute of it.

Hi.

I'm Roger - aka Howl - and I am a nasty old man that hates everyone who isn't stuck in Arizona hell with me.  And most of them, too.

eh jersey isn't much better. The only thing I enjoy about living here is the close proximity to nyc
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 25, 2013, 02:53:50 am
Hello everyone

I'm Tom and I'm 21
I have terrible short term memory. I own the wasteland of fizzygrizzly.
I work in retail and hate every minute of it.

Hi.

I'm Roger - aka Howl - and I am a nasty old man that hates everyone who isn't stuck in Arizona hell with me.  And most of them, too.

eh jersey isn't much better. The only thing I enjoy about living here is the close proximity to nyc

Yeah, NYC is a party.  It's my 2nd favorite city, right after London.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 25, 2013, 03:09:04 am
Hi, I'm Nigel.

I'm not right all the time, but some asshole decided I am and everybody's hated me ever since. Taking one for the team, as it were.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 25, 2013, 03:20:04 am

Nigel is deceptive.  Nigel is always right.  Nigel insists on being right, even though she has no penis.

Despite this, every adult on the planet has Nigel's dick up their ass.  It's something we rarely bring up.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on October 25, 2013, 03:53:11 am

Nigel is deceptive.  Nigel is always right.  Nigel insists on being right, even though she has no penis.

Despite this, every adult on the planet has Nigel's dick up their ass.  It's something we rarely bring up.

 :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on October 25, 2013, 09:59:44 pm
Anyone who is new and is thinking "Who the fuck is this Payne guy? This short statured little Scotsman all up in my grill?":

I am the Aleph and the Tav. I am the first sip of that sweet sweet liquor and the very bottom dregs of the bottle you swill down your neck, hair of the dog style, to get you through another Wednesday morning hangover. I am the papercut under your fingernail. I am the embarrassment you feel when you forget that there aren't as many steps as you thought and you take an Armstrongesque giant leap into the mezzanine of your favourite department store but aren't suave enough to look like you did it deliberately.

I know from your very first words whether you are destined for greatness or mere WOMP fodder. I can see from the pixels in your signature if you are One Of Them. I have access to the Secret Smilies of this Forum and WILL use them as a measure of last resort should you turn out to be an unreconstructed wanker.

I was here to bear witness to the Prophets AKK, Babylon Horuv, Lamanite and FictionPuss. I know their words and wisdom and will pass in forward unto you.

I was here before Tao/EvT (in spirit) and shall be here when The Mgt RISES UP!

So yes. Tell me how kooky you are. How original and weird you are. If you're lucky I'll let you look into my rectum where I have tattooed all of My Good Reverends fondest parables.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 25, 2013, 10:00:44 pm
Anyone who is new and is thinking "Who the fuck is this Payne guy? This short statured little Scotsman all up in my grill?":

I am the Aleph and the Tav. I am the first sip of that sweet sweet liquor and the very bottom dregs of the bottle you swill down your neck, hair of the dog style, to get you through another Wednesday morning hangover. I am the papercut under your fingernail. I am the embarrassment you feel when you forget that there aren't as many steps as you thought and you take an Armstrongesque giant leap into the mezzanine of your favourite department store but aren't suave enough to look like you did it deliberately.

I know from your very first words whether you are destined for greatness or mere WOMP fodder. I can see from the pixels in your signature if you are One Of Them. I have access to the Secret Smilies of this Forum and WILL use them as a measure of last resort should you turn out to be an unreconstructed wanker.

I was here to bear witness to the Prophets AKK, Babylon Horuv, Lamanite and FictionPuss. I know their words and wisdom and will pass in forward unto you.

I was here before Tao/EvT (in spirit) and shall be here when The Mgt RISES UP!

So yes. Tell me how kooky you are. How original and weird you are. If you're lucky I'll let you look into my rectum where I have tattooed all of My Good Reverends fondest parables.

Give me a new Holy Name™, you bastard.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on October 25, 2013, 10:04:10 pm
Anyone who is new and is thinking "Who the fuck is this Payne guy? This short statured little Scotsman all up in my grill?":

I am the Aleph and the Tav. I am the first sip of that sweet sweet liquor and the very bottom dregs of the bottle you swill down your neck, hair of the dog style, to get you through another Wednesday morning hangover. I am the papercut under your fingernail. I am the embarrassment you feel when you forget that there aren't as many steps as you thought and you take an Armstrongesque giant leap into the mezzanine of your favourite department store but aren't suave enough to look like you did it deliberately.

I know from your very first words whether you are destined for greatness or mere WOMP fodder. I can see from the pixels in your signature if you are One Of Them. I have access to the Secret Smilies of this Forum and WILL use them as a measure of last resort should you turn out to be an unreconstructed wanker.

I was here to bear witness to the Prophets AKK, Babylon Horuv, Lamanite and FictionPuss. I know their words and wisdom and will pass in forward unto you.

I was here before Tao/EvT (in spirit) and shall be here when The Mgt RISES UP!

So yes. Tell me how kooky you are. How original and weird you are. If you're lucky I'll let you look into my rectum where I have tattooed all of My Good Reverends fondest parables.

Give me a new Holy Name™, you bastard.

Requisitioned Gamete Imploder
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 25, 2013, 10:05:19 pm
Anyone who is new and is thinking "Who the fuck is this Payne guy? This short statured little Scotsman all up in my grill?":

I am the Aleph and the Tav. I am the first sip of that sweet sweet liquor and the very bottom dregs of the bottle you swill down your neck, hair of the dog style, to get you through another Wednesday morning hangover. I am the papercut under your fingernail. I am the embarrassment you feel when you forget that there aren't as many steps as you thought and you take an Armstrongesque giant leap into the mezzanine of your favourite department store but aren't suave enough to look like you did it deliberately.

I know from your very first words whether you are destined for greatness or mere WOMP fodder. I can see from the pixels in your signature if you are One Of Them. I have access to the Secret Smilies of this Forum and WILL use them as a measure of last resort should you turn out to be an unreconstructed wanker.

I was here to bear witness to the Prophets AKK, Babylon Horuv, Lamanite and FictionPuss. I know their words and wisdom and will pass in forward unto you.

I was here before Tao/EvT (in spirit) and shall be here when The Mgt RISES UP!

So yes. Tell me how kooky you are. How original and weird you are. If you're lucky I'll let you look into my rectum where I have tattooed all of My Good Reverends fondest parables.

Give me a new Holy Name™, you bastard.

Requisitioned Gamete Imploder

DONE.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on October 25, 2013, 10:07:53 pm
Anyone who is new and is thinking "Who the fuck is this Payne guy? This short statured little Scotsman all up in my grill?":

I am the Aleph and the Tav. I am the first sip of that sweet sweet liquor and the very bottom dregs of the bottle you swill down your neck, hair of the dog style, to get you through another Wednesday morning hangover. I am the papercut under your fingernail. I am the embarrassment you feel when you forget that there aren't as many steps as you thought and you take an Armstrongesque giant leap into the mezzanine of your favourite department store but aren't suave enough to look like you did it deliberately.

I know from your very first words whether you are destined for greatness or mere WOMP fodder. I can see from the pixels in your signature if you are One Of Them. I have access to the Secret Smilies of this Forum and WILL use them as a measure of last resort should you turn out to be an unreconstructed wanker.

I was here to bear witness to the Prophets AKK, Babylon Horuv, Lamanite and FictionPuss. I know their words and wisdom and will pass in forward unto you.

I was here before Tao/EvT (in spirit) and shall be here when The Mgt RISES UP!

So yes. Tell me how kooky you are. How original and weird you are. If you're lucky I'll let you look into my rectum where I have tattooed all of My Good Reverends fondest parables.

Give me a new Holy Name™, you bastard.

Requisitioned Gamete Imploder

DONE.

It works very well with the rest of your sig.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on October 25, 2013, 10:08:41 pm
Anyone who is new and is thinking "Who the fuck is this Payne guy? This short statured little Scotsman all up in my grill?":

I am the Aleph and the Tav. I am the first sip of that sweet sweet liquor and the very bottom dregs of the bottle you swill down your neck, hair of the dog style, to get you through another Wednesday morning hangover. I am the papercut under your fingernail. I am the embarrassment you feel when you forget that there aren't as many steps as you thought and you take an Armstrongesque giant leap into the mezzanine of your favourite department store but aren't suave enough to look like you did it deliberately.

I know from your very first words whether you are destined for greatness or mere WOMP fodder. I can see from the pixels in your signature if you are One Of Them. I have access to the Secret Smilies of this Forum and WILL use them as a measure of last resort should you turn out to be an unreconstructed wanker.

I was here to bear witness to the Prophets AKK, Babylon Horuv, Lamanite and FictionPuss. I know their words and wisdom and will pass in forward unto you.

I was here before Tao/EvT (in spirit) and shall be here when The Mgt RISES UP!

So yes. Tell me how kooky you are. How original and weird you are. If you're lucky I'll let you look into my rectum where I have tattooed all of My Good Reverends fondest parables.

Give me a new Holy Name™, you bastard.

Requisitioned Gamete Imploder

DONE.

It works very well with the rest of your sig.

Oh and I only just know figured out where I got "Gamete" from.

I too require a a new Holy NameTM.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on October 25, 2013, 10:09:47 pm
Anyone who is new and is thinking "Who the fuck is this Payne guy? This short statured little Scotsman all up in my grill?":

I am the Aleph and the Tav. I am the first sip of that sweet sweet liquor and the very bottom dregs of the bottle you swill down your neck, hair of the dog style, to get you through another Wednesday morning hangover. I am the papercut under your fingernail. I am the embarrassment you feel when you forget that there aren't as many steps as you thought and you take an Armstrongesque giant leap into the mezzanine of your favourite department store but aren't suave enough to look like you did it deliberately.

I know from your very first words whether you are destined for greatness or mere WOMP fodder. I can see from the pixels in your signature if you are One Of Them. I have access to the Secret Smilies of this Forum and WILL use them as a measure of last resort should you turn out to be an unreconstructed wanker.

I was here to bear witness to the Prophets AKK, Babylon Horuv, Lamanite and FictionPuss. I know their words and wisdom and will pass in forward unto you.

I was here before Tao/EvT (in spirit) and shall be here when The Mgt RISES UP!

So yes. Tell me how kooky you are. How original and weird you are. If you're lucky I'll let you look into my rectum where I have tattooed all of My Good Reverends fondest parables.

Give me a new Holy Name™, you bastard.

Requisitioned Gamete Imploder

DONE.

It works very well with the rest of your sig.

Oh and I only just know figured out where I got "Gamete" from.

I too require a a new Holy NameTM.

Bowel-Shattering Deathbag of Monstrously Amorous Intent.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: carnival on November 05, 2013, 02:35:37 am
HI.

I take life less seriously then ALL the people.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Eater of Clowns on November 05, 2013, 02:46:12 am
HI.

I take life less seriously then ALL the people.

THEN ALL THE PEOPLE WHAT?   :?

Welcome to PD!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: carnival on November 05, 2013, 02:52:04 am
THEN ALL THE PEOPLE WHAT?   :?

Welcome to PD!

Became clowns.

*<|:o)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on November 05, 2013, 02:56:57 am
Hey there, new guy!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on November 05, 2013, 08:01:24 am
I hate new people.

Why do they come here? What do they want from me?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: carnival on November 05, 2013, 10:00:44 am
I hate new people.

Why do they come here? What do they want from me?

Revolver > Sgt Peppers.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on November 05, 2013, 10:16:33 am
I hate new people.

Why do they come here? What do they want from me?

Revolver > Sgt Peppers.

Rubber Soul > Revolver
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: carnival on November 05, 2013, 10:23:35 am
Rubber Soul > Revolver

(http://gifsforum.com/images/gif/lol/grand/oh_lol_gif.gif)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on November 05, 2013, 10:26:54 am
Rubber Soul is HIMEOBS approved, Ad Justiam Magnum.

"Drive My Car" May as well be "Drive My Short Bus", and tracks like "Think For Yourself" and "Nowhere Man" are simply outstanding, from a Discordian point of view.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: carnival on November 05, 2013, 10:38:27 am
Rubber Soul is HIMEOBS approved, Ad Justiam Magnum.

"Drive My Car" May as well be "Drive My Short Bus", and tracks like "Think For Yourself" and "Nowhere Man" are simply outstanding, from a Discordian point of view.

While that may be true, you're still wrong.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: P3nT4gR4m on November 05, 2013, 10:39:53 am
Fuck the beatles. Fuck them using new people as live-dildoes  :argh!:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on November 05, 2013, 10:40:39 am
You're both fucking heathens.

This is why I hate new people.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: P3nT4gR4m on November 05, 2013, 10:51:49 am
I'm not a new person. I demand you hate me, too. Otherwise it's a case of least-favouritism and I'll see you in court  :argh!:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: carnival on November 05, 2013, 10:55:10 am
:argh!:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on November 05, 2013, 11:18:03 am
I'm not a new person. I demand you hate me, too. Otherwise it's a case of least-favouritism and I'll see you in court  :argh!:

I hate you for entirely different reasons. And you know this.

I find new reasons to hate you every goddamn day.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Faust on November 05, 2013, 11:25:47 am
I hate new people.

Why do they come here? What do they want from me?

Revolver > Sgt Peppers.

Dems fightin words
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: carnival on November 05, 2013, 11:34:42 am
Dems fightin words

(http://fc09.deviantart.net/fs71/f/2012/165/0/5/whatcha_gonna_do_about_it_faggot___by_shadowwarriorprod-d53ipql.jpg)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on November 05, 2013, 11:37:16 am
OOps!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: P3nT4gR4m on November 05, 2013, 11:38:12 am
We need a new facepalm emote and I'd like it to be my palm and Payne's face  :evil:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on November 05, 2013, 11:39:02 am
We need a new facepalm emote and I'd like it to be my palm and Payne's face  :evil:

We can make a really real one of those next time I'm back in the Mother Country P3nT. It may now be necessary.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: P3nT4gR4m on November 05, 2013, 12:00:46 pm
You and I both know that's never going to happen. We'll meet up with the best intentions and then proceed directly to getting shitfaced and forgetting all about ALL THE THINGS. Like we usually do. FOR GREAT JUSTICE!!!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on November 05, 2013, 12:31:14 pm
You and I both know that's never going to happen. We'll meet up with the best intentions and then proceed directly to getting shitfaced and forgetting all about ALL THE THINGS. Like we usually do. FOR GREAT JUSTICE!!!

Getting fucked up on the booze and hitting me in the face are seldom mutually exclusive.

You've just been exceedingly polite on previous occasions. Damned civilised, even.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: P3nT4gR4m on November 05, 2013, 12:59:57 pm
All part of the 2 stage plan. First earn their trust then convince them climbing the scaffold is a good idea :evil:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 05, 2013, 01:26:41 pm
HI.

I take life less seriously then ALL the people.

CHALLENGE ACCEPTED.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on November 05, 2013, 02:05:27 pm
I hate new people.

Why do they come here? What do they want from me?

Revolver > Sgt Peppers.

Rubber Soul > Revolver

Aftermath > The Beatles
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 05, 2013, 02:06:56 pm
EVERYTHING > The Beatles.

911 > The Beatles.
The Tacoma Narrows Bridge Collapse > The Beatles.
The great plague pandemics > The Beatles.
Justin Beiber > The Beatles.
Nickleback > The Beatles.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: carnival on November 05, 2013, 02:23:09 pm
Aftermath > The Beatles

Agreed.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 05, 2013, 03:28:52 pm
The Boston Molasses disaster > The Beatles.
A mouthful of Jenkem > The Beatles.
Ashlee Simpson > The Beatles.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: carnival on November 05, 2013, 03:42:31 pm
Also the Deaf community, and Ancient Egypt.

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Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: tyrannosaurus vex on November 05, 2013, 03:57:16 pm
The Boston Molasses disaster > The Beatles.
A mouthful of Jenkem > The Beatles.
Ashlee Simpson > The Beatles.


The Beatles > Discordianism
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: P3nT4gR4m on November 05, 2013, 04:19:28 pm
The Boston Molasses disaster > The Beatles.
A mouthful of Jenkem > The Beatles.
Ashlee Simpson > The Beatles.

In fairness, there's not a lot will beat a mouthful of Jenkem
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Shub-Crackerath on November 12, 2013, 06:31:48 pm
This probably isn't the smartest thing I've ever done.

But I'm back.

Hello everybody
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 12, 2013, 06:32:38 pm
This probably isn't the smartest thing I've ever done.

But I'm back.

Hello everybody

Oh, hey.  We still have the mind control lasers firmly trained on the board members, so fair warning.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Shub-Crackerath on November 12, 2013, 06:34:54 pm
I'm hoping that won't be a problem any more.

Thanks for the warning, I'd kind of guessed as much, thanks tho Roger
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Wisa1 on November 15, 2013, 06:51:37 pm
I hate new people.

Why do they come here? What do they want from me?
We come here because you keep telling us to and we want to see pictures of your rectal tattoos and thus learn the secrets of the Good Reverend

In lieu of a normal introduction I have replied to the following thread http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,35804.15.html (http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,35804.15.html) here you will find a fairly typical though highly improbable selection of "things I'm likely to say" during my time here

PS Hi
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 15, 2013, 06:54:26 pm
We come here because you keep telling us to and we want to see pictures of your rectal tattoos and thus learn the secrets of the Good Reverend

Oh, great.  How fucking exciting, another TGRR stalker.  Look, just take a number, okay?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Wisa1 on November 15, 2013, 07:06:55 pm
way ahead of you buddy,
Official Ticket Number: 32859
by my calculations I should be prying into that sweet sweet ass sometime in the next couple of days/years
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 15, 2013, 07:07:22 pm
way ahead of you buddy,
Official Ticket Number: 32859
by my calculations I should be prying into that sweet sweet ass sometime in the next couple of days/years

Thanks, Poptard. 

You bore me.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Wisa1 on November 15, 2013, 07:21:59 pm
geez that was quick, I haven't even said anything yet
if you change your mind I'll be in the corner crying quietly
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 15, 2013, 07:25:46 pm
geez that was quick, I haven't even said anything yet
if you change your mind I'll be in the corner crying quietly

You didn't need to.  1)  You're about as French as I am, and therefore you are proxying.  It's a good proxy, so poptard.  Funny thing is, your original IP isn't banned anymore...And 2)  Showing up and taking a swing at me first thing never gets old and boring.  Not even after 10 years of it.  No, it's FRESH and NEW.  By which I mean, I don't know who is more pathetic...Me for sticking around on a dead fucking board, or you for trolling it.

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Reginald Ret on November 15, 2013, 07:42:20 pm
Well, that was annoying.
In other news, it has been soo quiet at work that i actually managed to catch up. I honestly don't have anything to do anymore except reorganize the entire archives.
My guess is i will have to send my last 0-hour-contract worker home for the coming 6-7 weeks. I hate to do that to the guy though, so i will try to stretch it and find other things for him to do. Maybe one of the other departments will have something to do for him.

A friend i hadn't spoken to in a while just called to ask me out for drinks, she is going through some kind of mindfullness training at the moment and is about to join a monastery for 2 weeks. So far she sounds happier and more confident. This makes me happy too.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Wisa1 on November 15, 2013, 08:02:10 pm
geez that was quick, I haven't even said anything yet
if you change your mind I'll be in the corner crying quietly

You didn't need to.  1)  You're about as French as I am, and therefore you are proxying.  It's a good proxy, so poptard.  Funny thing is, your original IP isn't banned anymore...And 2)  Showing up and taking a swing at me first thing never gets old and boring.  Not even after 10 years of it.  No, it's FRESH and NEW.  By which I mean, I don't know who is more pathetic...Me for sticking around on a dead fucking board, or you for trolling it.


I didn't realise I was taking a swing at anybody and did it ever cross your mind that not only French people live in France anymore?
Anyway I thought this was a place for intelligent discourse not childish flame wars, I'm sorry to have provoked such a hostile reaction, hopefully our next interaction will be less mundane
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 15, 2013, 08:03:02 pm
I didn't realise I was taking a swing at anybody

 :roll:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Wisa1 on November 15, 2013, 08:13:30 pm
I didn't realise I was taking a swing at anybody

 :roll:
well maybe a little but in the name of comedy not antagonism
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on November 15, 2013, 11:14:14 pm
I hate new people.

Why do they come here? What do they want from me?
We come here because you keep telling us to and we want to see pictures of your rectal tattoos and thus learn the secrets of the Good Reverend

In lieu of a normal introduction I have replied to the following thread http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,35804.15.html (http://www.principiadiscordia.com/forum/index.php/topic,35804.15.html) here you will find a fairly typical though highly improbable selection of "things I'm likely to say" during my time here

PS Hi

What in the hell makes people think its an awesome idea to join a board and immediately announce that they're stalking one of the members?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Wisa1 on November 16, 2013, 12:45:42 pm
What in the hell makes people think its an awesome idea to join a board and immediately announce that they're stalking one of the members?
As much as I'd love to answer your question I think I swallowed a little too much Noob Bait last night and must respectfully decline to engage until I've finished digesting
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Eater of Clowns on November 16, 2013, 02:25:56 pm
I warned you people that spiking the noob bait makes them self aware, but NO. No you JUST COULDN'T LISTEN, could you?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Faust on November 17, 2013, 10:28:29 pm
What in the hell makes people think its an awesome idea to join a board and immediately announce that they're stalking one of the members?
As much as I'd love to answer your question I think I swallowed a little too much Noob Bait last night and must respectfully decline to engage until I've finished digesting

Ok, try it again and roll back.

We tend to get a lot of new people in here that immediately square up to roger. We don't want that, we've seen it many many times, he doesn't want that and it may not have been your intention with that post so we'll do this again.

Welcome to the forums, have a look around and if there is anything you want to know don't be afraid to ask.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on November 18, 2013, 02:46:05 am
HEY THERER, NEW GUY!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on November 18, 2013, 11:52:37 am
What in the hell makes people think its an awesome idea to join a board and immediately announce that they're stalking one of the members?
As much as I'd love to answer your question I think I swallowed a little too much Noob Bait last night and must respectfully decline to engage until I've finished digesting

Ok, try it again and roll back.

We tend to get a lot of new people in here that immediately square up to roger. We don't want that, we've seen it many many times, he doesn't want that and it may not have been your intention with that post so we'll do this again.

Welcome to the forums, have a look around and if there is anything you want to know don't be afraid to ask.

This is good advice.

I still hate new people though. Fuck those guys with their different avatars and new names I can't remember.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Reginald Ret on November 18, 2013, 12:05:52 pm
What in the hell makes people think its an awesome idea to join a board and immediately announce that they're stalking one of the members?
As much as I'd love to answer your question I think I swallowed a little too much Noob Bait last night and must respectfully decline to engage until I've finished digesting

Ok, try it again and roll back.

We tend to get a lot of new people in here that immediately square up to roger. We don't want that, we've seen it many many times, he doesn't want that and it may not have been your intention with that post so we'll do this again.

Welcome to the forums, have a look around and if there is anything you want to know don't be afraid to ask.

This is good advice.

I still hate new people though. Fuck those guys with their different avatars and new names I can't remember.
Yeah! They are almost as annoying as people who change their name or avatar more than once.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on November 19, 2013, 12:07:27 pm
What in the hell makes people think its an awesome idea to join a board and immediately announce that they're stalking one of the members?
As much as I'd love to answer your question I think I swallowed a little too much Noob Bait last night and must respectfully decline to engage until I've finished digesting

Ok, try it again and roll back.

We tend to get a lot of new people in here that immediately square up to roger. We don't want that, we've seen it many many times, he doesn't want that and it may not have been your intention with that post so we'll do this again.

Welcome to the forums, have a look around and if there is anything you want to know don't be afraid to ask.

This is good advice.

I still hate new people though. Fuck those guys with their different avatars and new names I can't remember.
Yeah! They are almost as annoying as people who change their name or avatar more than once.

Well, only if they do both at the same time. I don't like that.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: carnival on November 19, 2013, 06:25:17 pm
(http://www.hairobicsallnatural.com/userfiles/harsh%20perms(4).jpg)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Dildo Argentino on November 20, 2013, 02:51:32 pm
2)  Showing up and taking a swing at me first thing never gets old and boring.  Not even after 10 years of it.  No, it's FRESH and NEW.  By which I mean, I don't know who is more pathetic...Me for sticking around on a dead fucking board, or you for trolling it.

It is a close call, but I think you are, Roger. :)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 20, 2013, 03:19:36 pm
2)  Showing up and taking a swing at me first thing never gets old and boring.  Not even after 10 years of it.  No, it's FRESH and NEW.  By which I mean, I don't know who is more pathetic...Me for sticking around on a dead fucking board, or you for trolling it.

It is a close call, but I think you are, Roger. :)

Says my stalker.   :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Dildo Argentino on November 20, 2013, 03:40:52 pm
Yep. He stalks you for a reason.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on November 20, 2013, 03:43:53 pm
Right Man syndrome?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 20, 2013, 03:49:36 pm
Yep. He stalks you for a reason.

You're a lunatic.   :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Reginald Ret on November 20, 2013, 07:16:04 pm
Yep. He stalks you for a reason.

You're a lunatic.   :lulz:
Oh wow.
I already thought holist wasn't exactly sane but that crosses a line.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 20, 2013, 07:23:40 pm
Yep. He stalks you for a reason.

You're a lunatic.   :lulz:
Oh wow.
I already thought holist wasn't exactly sane but that crosses a line.

Imagine what being his kid must be like.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Reginald Ret on November 20, 2013, 07:58:14 pm
Yep. He stalks you for a reason.

You're a lunatic.   :lulz:
Oh wow.
I already thought holist wasn't exactly sane but that crosses a line.

Imagine what being his kid must be like.
"I'm sorry little Timmy, but I won't chase the scary man away. I don't care that he isn't wearing anything under his raincoat and is alway touching himself down there, there must be reason he followed you home from the playground."
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 20, 2013, 07:58:58 pm
Yep. He stalks you for a reason.

You're a lunatic.   :lulz:
Oh wow.
I already thought holist wasn't exactly sane but that crosses a line.

Imagine what being his kid must be like.
"I'm sorry little Timmy, but I won't chase the scary man away. I don't care that he isn't wearing anything under his raincoat and is alway touching himself down there, there must be reason he followed you home from the playground."

:lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Auscultare of the Fatigue on November 26, 2013, 11:24:03 pm
I'm Brendan. I'm young. Been fucked over a lot. I smoke a lot of cigarettes.

A few nights ago I couldn't get my hands on any smokes (really, was entirely to lazy to go to the store) so I asked my next door neighbor to give me some of his. He told me he ran out and gave me this weird blue-ish, fuzzy leaf instead. I put that in my pipe and smoke it (ha).

I strange visions of grandeur and scheme hatchery until somehow I ended up on the Wikipedia page for:

(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/a/a3/Bobdobbs.png)

After scores and scores of links, I stopped on one. It just happened to be for the Discordian "philosophy/religion". I closed it immediately and threw my computer into an incinerator, wishing to free myself of the smut and trash I had just seen.

I was on the verge of scooping my eyeballs out with my dirty ashtray when a goddess like figure appeared to me. She bent over my desk and typed www.principiadiscordia.com into my search bar.

One registration and two emails later, here I am with many, many, many regrets.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Faust on November 26, 2013, 11:29:03 pm

I was on the verge of scooping my eyeballs out with my dirty ashtray when a goddess like figure appeared to me. She bent over my desk and typed www.principiadiscordia.com into my search bar.

It's a feature not a bug.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Eater of Clowns on November 26, 2013, 11:30:12 pm
We have a very attractive regret splitting program in order to double your capacity and increase your regret profit.

Welcome to PD.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Hoopla! on November 26, 2013, 11:36:55 pm
here I am with many, many, many regrets.

There's more where that came from.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Auscultare of the Fatigue on November 26, 2013, 11:38:18 pm

I was on the verge of scooping my eyeballs out with my dirty ashtray when a goddess like figure appeared to me. She bent over my desk and typed www.principiadiscordia.com into my search bar.

It's a feature not a bug.

??
We have a very attractive regret splitting program in order to double your capacity and increase your regret profit.

Welcome to PD.

Absolutely fantastic, exactly what I was looking for.  :lol:

here I am with many, many, many regrets.

There's more where that came from.

Dear Eris I hope so.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Pæs on November 26, 2013, 11:46:09 pm
I strange visions of grandeur and scheme hatchery until somehow I ended up on the Wikipedia page for:

(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/a/a3/Bobdobbs.png)
Who is that?


threw my computer into an incinerator
typed www.principiadiscordia.com into my search bar.
Which search bar? Your computer is in the incinerator. This entire story sounds fishy.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Faust on November 26, 2013, 11:47:05 pm

I was on the verge of scooping my eyeballs out with my dirty ashtray when a goddess like figure appeared to me. She bent over my desk and typed www.principiadiscordia.com into my search bar.

It's a feature not a bug.

??

Strange apparitions of women when trying to access the site. We were on a budget so we bought some second hand servers from the event horizon.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Auscultare of the Fatigue on November 27, 2013, 12:21:32 am
I strange visions of grandeur and scheme hatchery until somehow I ended up on the Wikipedia page for:

(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/a/a3/Bobdobbs.png)
Who is that?


threw my computer into an incinerator
typed www.principiadiscordia.com into my search bar.
Which search bar? Your computer is in the incinerator. This entire story sounds fishy.

J.R "Bob" Dobbs, the figurehead for the irreligion of SubGenius.

And so does all of Discordianism, you don't see people here bashi- wait.. shit.


I was on the verge of scooping my eyeballs out with my dirty ashtray when a goddess like figure appeared to me. She bent over my desk and typed www.principiadiscordia.com into my search bar.

It's a feature not a bug.

??

Strange apparitions of women when trying to access the site. We were on a budget so we bought some second hand servers from the event horizon.

Wow this place just gets better and better.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 27, 2013, 12:45:53 am

I was on the verge of scooping my eyeballs out with my dirty ashtray when a goddess like figure appeared to me. She bent over my desk and typed www.principiadiscordia.com into my search bar.


That was Nigel.  She is NOT ON YOUR SIDE.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Auscultare of the Fatigue on November 27, 2013, 12:49:27 am

I was on the verge of scooping my eyeballs out with my dirty ashtray when a goddess like figure appeared to me. She bent over my desk and typed www.principiadiscordia.com into my search bar.


That was Nigel.  She is NOT ON YOUR SIDE.

..I'll just wait for her to comment on that.  :lol:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 27, 2013, 12:58:35 am

I was on the verge of scooping my eyeballs out with my dirty ashtray when a goddess like figure appeared to me. She bent over my desk and typed www.principiadiscordia.com into my search bar.


That was Nigel.  She is NOT ON YOUR SIDE.

..I'll just wait for her to comment on that.  :lol:

You can't believe her, anyway.  Not one of her, no matter how many of her tell you WHAT.  She's bad news, man.  She has six arms and does this weird Asian dance with blowtorches and pliers and HAW HAW HOW YOU GONNA GET THAT SHIRT CLEAN NOW, MISTER NIGEL?

REMAIN CALM.  BLAME NIGEL.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 27, 2013, 01:12:39 am
What most people don't know is that Nigel has truck with the Hiroshima shadows, and directs them in their hunting.  They slip into the most secure home or bunker by way of the sewers or ventilation shafts, and then you're locked in with them.  They give Nigel whatever they don't consume, and she uses that to whatever nefarious ends she has planned.  Which don't bear thinking about, but are probably not in the best interests of society or even sanity. 

Nigel invented pull-start sex toys, which explains the weird look on everyone's faces in Portland.  Like they just woke up startled, but they look that way all day

Even LMNO will not "fuck with her game" as they say on the East Coast, in the low dives and seedy bodegas that he frequents.  There's more to HIM as well, but he isn't immediately dangerous.  Not yet.  It's only 6:15 PM, after all.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on November 27, 2013, 01:17:23 am

One registration and two emails later, here I am with many, many, many regrets.

Those are just the tip of the iceberg, son.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on November 27, 2013, 01:20:07 am
What most people don't know is that Nigel has truck with the Hiroshima shadows, and directs them in their hunting.  They slip into the most secure home or bunker by way of the sewers or ventilation shafts, and then you're locked in with them.  They give Nigel whatever they don't consume, and she uses that to whatever nefarious ends she has planned.  Which don't bear thinking about, but are probably not in the best interests of society or even sanity. 

Nigel invented pull-start sex toys, which explains the weird look on everyone's faces in Portland.  Like they just woke up startled, but they look that way all day

Even LMNO will not "fuck with her game" as they say on the East Coast, in the low dives and seedy bodegas that he frequents.  There's more to HIM as well, but he isn't immediately dangerous.  Not yet.  It's only 6:15 PM, after all.

I had to send the shadows down the Hole; damn things scared the cat and got stains EVERYWHERE.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 27, 2013, 01:22:43 am
Medieval witches kept cats that made them fly.  Nigel does not do this.  No.  It's the other way around, and she does not limit herself to felines.  You can tell when you're in her neighborhood.  It's raining cats and dogs.  The ASPCA doesn't say SHIT about it, either, not after The Incident.  Animal control will just hang up on you, too.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Auscultare of the Fatigue on November 27, 2013, 04:23:21 am

One registration and two emails later, here I am with many, many, many regrets.

Those are just the tip of the iceberg, son.

Everyone seems to be caught up on that one line.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on November 27, 2013, 05:39:12 am

One registration and two emails later, here I am with many, many, many regrets.

Those are just the tip of the iceberg, son.

Everyone seems to be caught up on that one line.

I only have one regret, but it's a big one.

It's freakishly tall and Belgian and blocks out the sunlight which is a problem when you're bumming around Edinburgh with it, because it's already quite sunless there and that's how you get hypothermia.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on November 27, 2013, 05:39:19 am

One registration and two emails later, here I am with many, many, many regrets.

Those are just the tip of the iceberg, son.

Everyone seems to be caught up on that one line.

We're all bots, and our script choices are limited.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on November 27, 2013, 05:40:15 am
Speaking of :regret:, does s/he know?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on November 27, 2013, 05:43:06 am
Speaking of :regret:, does s/he know?

:regret: knows nothing, which I fear may make this entire thing non-consensual.

Prepare the bastinado table, Nigel!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: popeluvicasksc on November 27, 2013, 05:56:17 am
Alright, I'm here.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Pæs on November 27, 2013, 06:04:31 am
Alright, I'm here.
I'm already bored by you. Was there ever a time where it was possible for you not to charge in and establish an antagonistic relationship with this board?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: popeluvicasksc on November 27, 2013, 06:14:09 am
Alright, I'm here.
I'm already bored by you. Was there ever a time where it was possible for you not to charge in and establish an antagonistic relationship with this board?

Apparently that's a physical impossibility. Even the most innocuous of statements seems to enrage the locals. I'm really not trying to antagonize anyone. I made one joke, not even a harsh one, and since that point every post that I've commented on has drawn a negative response. I suppose this is how folks here filter out the undesirables or whatever. Well I'm not going anywhere simply because we've gotten off on the wrong foot.

Here goes:
Hello fellow sentient beings and others. It's a pleasure to meet all of you. I'm sure that in time we can grow to appreciate one another or perhaps this will all end in a murder/suicide. You can never be too sure about these things. I apologize if my initial entrance into this forum was a bit rocky. I'm really not a bad guy, in my opinion.

Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LuciferX on November 27, 2013, 07:05:37 am
Alright, I'm here.
I'm already bored by you. Was there ever a time where it was possible for you not to charge in and establish an antagonistic relationship with this board?

Apparently that's a physical impossibility. Even the most innocuous of statements seems to enrage the locals. I'm really not trying to antagonize anyone. I made one joke, not even a harsh one, and since that point every post that I've commented on has drawn a negative response. I suppose this is how folks here filter out the undesirables or whatever. Well I'm not going anywhere simply because we've gotten off on the wrong foot.

Here goes:
Hello fellow sentient beings and others. It's a pleasure to meet all of you. I'm sure that in time we can grow to appreciate one another or perhaps this will all end in a murder/suicide. You can never be too sure about these things. I apologize if my initial entrance into this forum was a bit rocky. I'm really not a bad guy, in my opinion.
Zenti, staie morto carmelo ke x n'po te trollano finke nun te diverti pure te :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on November 27, 2013, 01:23:25 pm
Here goes:
Hello fellow sentient beings and others. It's a pleasure to meet all of you. I'm sure that in time we can grow to appreciate one another or perhaps this will all end in a murder/suicide. You can never be too sure about these things. I apologize if my initial entrance into this forum was a bit rocky. I'm really not a bad guy, in my opinion.


OK, that didn't suck.  Hey there, new person!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 27, 2013, 04:52:56 pm
Apparently that's a physical impossibility. Even the most innocuous of statements seems to enrage the locals. I'm really not trying to antagonize anyone. I made one joke, not even a harsh one, and since that point every post that I've commented on has drawn a negative response.

So you've got this friend, right?  Known him for years.  But then there's a serious argument.  Real bad blood.  The friend comes around to state his case, but there's some giggling idiot standing there making light of what you and your erstwhile friend say.

How the fuck did you not expect the result?  Action/reaction.  Jesus H Christ.  How the FUCK did you EXPECT the universe to behave?

Quote
Here goes:
Hello fellow sentient beings and others. It's a pleasure to meet all of you. I'm sure that in time we can grow to appreciate one another or perhaps this will all end in a murder/suicide. You can never be too sure about these things. I apologize if my initial entrance into this forum was a bit rocky. I'm really not a bad guy, in my opinion.

Better.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: popeluvicasksc on November 27, 2013, 05:49:03 pm
Apparently that's a physical impossibility. Even the most innocuous of statements seems to enrage the locals. I'm really not trying to antagonize anyone. I made one joke, not even a harsh one, and since that point every post that I've commented on has drawn a negative response.

So you've got this friend, right?  Known him for years.  But then there's a serious argument.  Real bad blood.  The friend comes around to state his case, but there's some giggling idiot standing there making light of what you and your erstwhile friend say.

How the fuck did you not expect the result?  Action/reaction.  Jesus H Christ.  How the FUCK did you EXPECT the universe to behave?

Quote
Here goes:
Hello fellow sentient beings and others. It's a pleasure to meet all of you. I'm sure that in time we can grow to appreciate one another or perhaps this will all end in a murder/suicide. You can never be too sure about these things. I apologize if my initial entrance into this forum was a bit rocky. I'm really not a bad guy, in my opinion.

Better.

I guess I just didn't realize how personal and heated a debate it was. You see these kind of disagreements on forums all the time. Sorry for the rudeness. It wasn't intentional, more like a faux pas.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on November 27, 2013, 06:42:34 pm
Alright, I'm here.
I'm already bored by you. Was there ever a time where it was possible for you not to charge in and establish an antagonistic relationship with this board?

Apparently that's a physical impossibility. Even the most innocuous of statements seems to enrage the locals. I'm really not trying to antagonize anyone. I made one joke, not even a harsh one, and since that point every post that I've commented on has drawn a negative response. I suppose this is how folks here filter out the undesirables or whatever. Well I'm not going anywhere simply because we've gotten off on the wrong foot.

Here goes:
Hello fellow sentient beings and others. It's a pleasure to meet all of you. I'm sure that in time we can grow to appreciate one another or perhaps this will all end in a murder/suicide. You can never be too sure about these things. I apologize if my initial entrance into this forum was a bit rocky. I'm really not a bad guy, in my opinion.

Hey there, new guy.

Have you ever seen anyone get divorced?

Have you ever made the mistake of making light of it to their faces?

Hopefully you know not to do that now.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Wisa1 on November 27, 2013, 11:27:02 pm
damn I almost forgot about this shithole then some fucking brainworm sends me back and it seems I'm already old news.
Still I will sleep soundly tonight knowing I gleaned a better response than popolcak and yes I will be back.

2)  Showing up and taking a swing at me first thing never gets old and boring.  Not even after 10 years of it.  No, it's FRESH and NEW.  By which I mean, I don't know who is more pathetic...Me for sticking around on a dead fucking board, or you for trolling it.

It is a close call, but I think you are, Roger. :)
close my arse! If your board is dead maybe you should have been using this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OamSxXx9MQ

(http://www.hairobicsallnatural.com/userfiles/harsh%20perms(4).jpg)
According to Spector this image is false, it was just the light playing tricks
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LuciferX on November 28, 2013, 12:48:41 am
damn I almost forgot about this shithole then some fucking brainworm sends me back and it seems I'm already old news.
Still I will sleep soundly tonight knowing I gleaned a better response than popolcak and yes I will be back.

2)  Showing up and taking a swing at me first thing never gets old and boring.  Not even after 10 years of it.  No, it's FRESH and NEW.  By which I mean, I don't know who is more pathetic...Me for sticking around on a dead fucking board, or you for trolling it.

It is a close call, but I think you are, Roger. :)
close my arse! If your board is dead maybe you should have been using this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OamSxXx9MQ

(http://www.hairobicsallnatural.com/userfiles/harsh%20perms(4).jpg)
According to Spector this image is false, it was just the light playing tricks
Factoring that your signature results:
http://m.youtube.com/index?&desktop_uri=%2F#/watch?v=3mbBbFH9fAg
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Reginald Ret on November 28, 2013, 12:15:51 pm
There is only one of me, the rest of your regrets are pale shadows mimicking true :regret:.
Payne, the only reason i seem tall when i cross the divide into your world is that we have different natural laws here. Didn't you ever wonder why changing yards to meters does horrible things to your architecture? Those two dimensions are perpendicular to each other.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Wisa1 on November 28, 2013, 10:24:32 pm

Factoring that your signature results:
http://m.youtube.com/index?&desktop_uri=%2F#/watch?v=3mbBbFH9fAg

I feel so naked. Is that a good thing?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on November 29, 2013, 12:02:56 am
Apparently that's a physical impossibility. Even the most innocuous of statements seems to enrage the locals. I'm really not trying to antagonize anyone. I made one joke, not even a harsh one, and since that point every post that I've commented on has drawn a negative response.

So you've got this friend, right?  Known him for years.  But then there's a serious argument.  Real bad blood.  The friend comes around to state his case, but there's some giggling idiot standing there making light of what you and your erstwhile friend say.

How the fuck did you not expect the result?  Action/reaction.  Jesus H Christ.  How the FUCK did you EXPECT the universe to behave?

Quote
Here goes:
Hello fellow sentient beings and others. It's a pleasure to meet all of you. I'm sure that in time we can grow to appreciate one another or perhaps this will all end in a murder/suicide. You can never be too sure about these things. I apologize if my initial entrance into this forum was a bit rocky. I'm really not a bad guy, in my opinion.

Better.

I guess I just didn't realize how personal and heated a debate it was. You see these kind of disagreements on forums all the time. Sorry for the rudeness. It wasn't intentional, more like a faux pas.

Please don't be yet another assburgers.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on November 29, 2013, 02:08:30 am
Apparently that's a physical impossibility. Even the most innocuous of statements seems to enrage the locals. I'm really not trying to antagonize anyone. I made one joke, not even a harsh one, and since that point every post that I've commented on has drawn a negative response.

So you've got this friend, right?  Known him for years.  But then there's a serious argument.  Real bad blood.  The friend comes around to state his case, but there's some giggling idiot standing there making light of what you and your erstwhile friend say.

How the fuck did you not expect the result?  Action/reaction.  Jesus H Christ.  How the FUCK did you EXPECT the universe to behave?

Quote
Here goes:
Hello fellow sentient beings and others. It's a pleasure to meet all of you. I'm sure that in time we can grow to appreciate one another or perhaps this will all end in a murder/suicide. You can never be too sure about these things. I apologize if my initial entrance into this forum was a bit rocky. I'm really not a bad guy, in my opinion.

Better.

I guess I just didn't realize how personal and heated a debate it was. You see these kind of disagreements on forums all the time. Sorry for the rudeness. It wasn't intentional, more like a faux pas.

Please don't be yet another assburgers.

It's all assburgers this year.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on November 29, 2013, 03:49:54 am
(http://img853.imageshack.us/img853/7858/05za.jpg)
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chelagoras The Boulder on November 29, 2013, 07:32:54 am
Oh god i just noticed that mufasa's outline looks like a giant dick in that photo
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on November 29, 2013, 07:58:37 am
Apparently that's a physical impossibility. Even the most innocuous of statements seems to enrage the locals. I'm really not trying to antagonize anyone. I made one joke, not even a harsh one, and since that point every post that I've commented on has drawn a negative response.

So you've got this friend, right?  Known him for years.  But then there's a serious argument.  Real bad blood.  The friend comes around to state his case, but there's some giggling idiot standing there making light of what you and your erstwhile friend say.

How the fuck did you not expect the result?  Action/reaction.  Jesus H Christ.  How the FUCK did you EXPECT the universe to behave?

Quote
Here goes:
Hello fellow sentient beings and others. It's a pleasure to meet all of you. I'm sure that in time we can grow to appreciate one another or perhaps this will all end in a murder/suicide. You can never be too sure about these things. I apologize if my initial entrance into this forum was a bit rocky. I'm really not a bad guy, in my opinion.

Better.

I guess I just didn't realize how personal and heated a debate it was. You see these kind of disagreements on forums all the time. Sorry for the rudeness. It wasn't intentional, more like a faux pas.

Please don't be yet another assburgers.

It's all assburgers this year.

Assburgers are the new black.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chelagoras The Boulder on November 29, 2013, 06:13:35 pm
assburgers are so much better than dicksausage
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Payne on November 29, 2013, 06:29:28 pm
assburgers are so much better than dicksausage

You've obviously never been to one of Alphapances' Trademarked Parties.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on November 30, 2013, 04:16:18 am
I mean, really. You can't experience assburgers fully until it's filled with dicksausage.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Tiddleywomp Cockletit on November 30, 2013, 05:21:00 am
LMNO wins the internet.
AGAIN.  :lol:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on November 30, 2013, 05:25:38 am
I mean, really. You can't experience assburgers fully until it's filled with dicksausage.

:mittens:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Chelagoras The Boulder on December 02, 2013, 07:02:11 am
I mean, really. You can't experience assburgers fully until it's filled with dicksausage.

:mittens:
:lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Ben Shapiro on December 02, 2013, 09:22:59 am
I mean, really. You can't experience assburgers fully until it's filled with dicksausage.

 :dream:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Drake75 on January 02, 2014, 07:03:48 am
Hellos, lurker for several months or so here.

Why hellos instead of hello?
 I'm wanting to throw you off my scent and see what happens when I speak to you as if part of a group instead of an individual.

What brought me here?
I'll walk you through it. First, I was on the random board on 4chan, trying to find my way, and the truth of what the fuck I was supposed to be doing with my life. As you may already know, I got nothing but shit from the board, and possibly by guessing from my avatar, until a group of fans on the website got me interested in the newest reboot of My Little Pony. After watching the premier of season 2 for the show, which included a character called Discord who is a spirit of chaos and disharmony, and seeing some tulpa threads on the /mlp/ forums I decided to make one of Discord.
  This attempt failed for reasons unmentioned, but lead to me reading some of my mothers magick books she hasn't looked at in years. One of them happened to mention Discordianism, which I HAD to be part of because Discord said so. Feeling like combinations would be amazing, I did some searching and read the Encyclopedia Dramatica entry that lead straight here. If you read all that, with all of its commas, I clapped.

tldr;
4chan>My Little Pony>Tulpamancing>Mothers magick books>Encyclopedia Dramatica>Here


To the meat of why I am here...
Due to the effects of liquid courage, I have decided to make my first post here and ask for multiple opinions on me holding back when I know I can make someone cry or break them in a similar fashion.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 02, 2014, 07:42:26 am
Hellos, lurker for several months or so here.

Why hellos instead of hello?
 I'm wanting to throw you off my scent and see what happens when I speak to you as if part of a group instead of an individual.

Ah, so we are subjects in a sociological experiment of some kind.  That's kind of rude.

Quote
What brought me here?
I'll walk you through it. First, I was on the random board on 4chan, trying to find my way, and the truth of what the fuck I was supposed to be doing with my life. As you may already know, I got nothing but shit from the board, and possibly by guessing from my avatar, until a group of fans on the website got me interested in the newest reboot of My Little Pony. After watching the premier of season 2 for the show, which included a character called Discord who is a spirit of chaos and disharmony, and seeing some tulpa threads on the /mlp/ forums I decided to make one of Discord.
  This attempt failed for reasons unmentioned, but lead to me reading some of my mothers magick books she hasn't looked at in years. One of them happened to mention Discordianism, which I HAD to be part of because Discord said so. Feeling like combinations would be amazing, I did some searching and read the Encyclopedia Dramatica entry that lead straight here. If you read all that, with all of its commas, I clapped.

Encyclopedia Dramatica led you here, you say?

Quote
tldr;
4chan>My Little Pony>Tulpamancing>Mothers magick books>Encyclopedia Dramatica>Here


To the meat of why I am here...
Due to the effects of liquid courage, I have decided to make my first post here and ask for multiple opinions on me holding back when I know I can make someone cry or break them in a similar fashion.

No comment.  Pool's on the roof.  Later.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Odibex Grallspice on January 02, 2014, 12:49:49 pm
A,, b..brony? This should be interesting.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on January 02, 2014, 02:18:36 pm
My amazing psychic powers lead me to conclude the title of your mom's book was Drawing Down the Moon.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: President Television on January 02, 2014, 02:25:59 pm
One of them happened to mention Discordianism, which I HAD to be part of because Discord said so.

How very chaotic of you.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Drake75 on January 02, 2014, 04:51:48 pm
Ah, so we are subjects in a sociological experiment of some kind.  That's kind of rude.

If my self-esteem was different, I'd have no need to experiment with it. Never going to catch the boogeyman like I am.

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Encyclopedia Dramatica led you here, you say?

Link at the bottom of the Discordianism page, found the page while using Google.

Quote
No comment.  Pool's on the roof.  Later.
No immediate action, good. Not going to break their trust, but I still don't know what to do.
Should I grouch at my sisters boyfriend being a do-nothing whiny baby, or my sister for wanting him to be that way? Oh, he has also said he wants to be killed on multiple occasions, but I don't know why it would make things better.

I have never participated in a raid.


A,, b..brony? This should be interesting.
There's a chance you're going to be disappointed.

My amazing psychic powers lead me to conclude the title of your mom's book was Drawing Down the Moon.

I know I found it beside chaos magic. Recognize the cover, but the Drawing Down the Moon isn't on the shelf.


How very chaotic of you.

I think one of us broke his separate existence during the decision. Happens far too often anymore.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on January 02, 2014, 04:54:51 pm
So, uh, what are you hoping to get from your time here?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on January 02, 2014, 04:58:48 pm
Hi there new guy!

WHo's your favourite writer and why?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Faust on January 02, 2014, 05:01:04 pm
Last brony we had here was IANAR. You can basically shit on one of the members unwilling faces and make a better impression, the bar is that low.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 02, 2014, 05:20:27 pm

No immediate action, good. Not going to break their trust, but I still don't know what to do.


What is there to say?

Quote
I have decided to make my first post here and ask for multiple opinions on me holding back when I know I can make someone cry or break them in a similar fashion.

This sort of says everything, doesn't it?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Salty on January 02, 2014, 05:23:37 pm
Hey there, noob. Welcome!

As part of the welcome wagon let me share some tips that will make your stay a pleasant one.

1. Do check out the pool.
2. We all like a little silly, but we here at the PD.com, by and large, do not favor it to the exlusion of all else.
3. Check out some of the stuff we have been producing. PD.com is rich with original works. Roger has written about a bajillion quality words. Check out the Nessie threads. Check out the BIP if you havent aleady.
4. Don't poke The Hustle
5. If you ever see or hear little floating Roger and Nigel heads yammering at you, keeping you from sleep,.telling you to SHIT UP AND GO OUTSIDE, that just means everything is working. No need to go Utopian.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 02, 2014, 05:27:32 pm
Hey there, noob. Welcome!

As part of the welcome wagon let me share some tips that will make your stay a pleasant one.

1. Do check out the pool.
2. We all like a little silly, but we here at the PD.com, by and large, do not favor it to the exlusion of all else.
3. Check out some of the stuff we have been producing. PD.com is rich with original works. Roger has written about a bajillion quality words. Check out the Nessie threads. Check out the BIP if you havent aleady.
4. Don't poke The Hustle
5. If you ever see or hear little floating Roger and Nigel heads yammering at you, keeping you from sleep,.telling you to SHIT UP AND GO OUTSIDE, that just means everything is working. No need to go Utopian.

He is apparently holding back from "breaking people and making them cry", which he assures us he can do.

So he's got that going for him.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Salty on January 02, 2014, 05:35:07 pm
I am always up for a vaudeville act.

Fucking cartoons, taking good quality, make an ass out of yourself work from real people.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on January 02, 2014, 05:35:32 pm
He is apparently holding back from "breaking people and making them cry", which he assures us he can do.

So he's got that going for him.

I, for one, am petrified.

 :scared:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 02, 2014, 05:43:26 pm
He is apparently holding back from "breaking people and making them cry", which he assures us he can do.

So he's got that going for him.

I, for one, am petrified.

 :scared:

The subject of fear never came up.  It was sort of like listening to some 17 year old saying he's been taught Ninjitsu by a reclusive master from Japan.  You kind of cringe and feel embarrassed for the person, and you wonder why he'd want people to believe him in the first place.

His entire OP taken as a whole, I am thinking there is less here than meets the eye.  It hits all the buttons, right?  ALL of them.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on January 02, 2014, 05:45:07 pm
PD.com known to thet the tart...































....POP?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 02, 2014, 05:46:07 pm
PD.com known to thet the tart...































....POP?

 :lulz:

I don't think so, actually.  If I were a betting man, I'd say Loveshade Family.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Drake75 on January 02, 2014, 05:49:34 pm
So, uh, what are you hoping to get from your time here?
Same stuff I was getting before, but I want it to be more personal.

Hi there new guy!

Who's your favorite writer and why?

Don't really think of the episodes that way, but I usually enjoy M. A. Larson ones throughout.
The others writing hits and misses more often.


5. If you ever see or hear little floating Roger and Nigel heads yammering at you, keeping you from sleep,.telling you to SHIT UP AND GO OUTSIDE, that just means everything is working. No need to go Utopian.

B-but muh utopiah! If I'm as smart as momma keeps telling me, I should be making it!


He is apparently holding back from "breaking people and making them cry", which he assures us he can do.

So he's got that going for him.

If the truth hurts, then I've got a lot of pain to potentially dish out. If they're actually lies, I'll be relieved.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: EK WAFFLR on January 02, 2014, 05:50:37 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNrXMOSkBas
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on January 02, 2014, 06:02:18 pm
So, if I have this right, you've been around here since last March, about 9 months, and you decided that your first post should include something about having the ability to make us cry?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 02, 2014, 06:04:54 pm
So, if I have this right, you've been around here since last March, about 9 months, and you decided that your first post should include something about having the ability to make us cry?

I think he must have read Nigel's 50 post suggestion.

Again, he hits too many buttons in his OP.  I'm calling troll, ergo, I'm gonna stop caring and go watch Estonian pulley-porn.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Drake75 on January 02, 2014, 06:05:53 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNrXMOSkBas

So, if I have this right, you've been around here since last March, about 9 months, and you decided that your first post should include something about having the ability to make us cry?

Only made a few posts on this forum, and you guys have already made me cry. I've got an urge to return the favor.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Salty on January 02, 2014, 06:08:26 pm
Ah. Man, where are all the good Bronies at?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: LMNO on January 02, 2014, 06:09:47 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNrXMOSkBas

So, if I have this right, you've been around here since last March, about 9 months, and you decided that your first post should include something about having the ability to make us cry?

Only made a few posts on this forum, and you guys have already made me cry. I've got an urge to return the favor.

I'm just trying to get to know you better.  Dry your eyes.

I think Bearman (175lb of whatever) has posted some pro-brony material.  You may be able to talk to him about that stuff.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Reginald Ret on January 02, 2014, 06:13:10 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNrXMOSkBas

So, if I have this right, you've been around here since last March, about 9 months, and you decided that your first post should include something about having the ability to make us cry?

Only made a few posts on this forum, and you guys have already made me cry. I've got an urge to return the favor.
Hi new guy.
People here are sensitive.
They also tend to lash out when hurt, tired,drunk*, annoyed, or just bored.
So, just like all other people in the world.
My Little Pony pisses me off but for some reason i like you in spite of your affiliation with that show.
Don't be a dick.

*Technically not true, most drunks here are not of the violent type.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Salty on January 02, 2014, 06:13:41 pm
To be fair, I spent a year or so lurking here, and crying and getting mad when my ideas were challenged with me even saying them.

Worked it all out THEN posted.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Reginald Ret on January 02, 2014, 06:18:55 pm
To be fair, I spent a year or so lurking here, and crying and getting mad when my ideas were challenged with me even saying them.

Worked it all out THEN posted.
Who are you again?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: The Good Reverend Roger on January 02, 2014, 06:19:42 pm
To be fair, I spent a year or so lurking here, and crying and getting mad when my ideas were challenged with me even saying them.

Worked it all out THEN posted.
Who are you again?

It's that Alaskan guy.  Larry Craig or something.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 02, 2014, 06:19:55 pm
Hey there, new guy. Do you make any art or have any hobbies? Aside from MLP?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cain on January 02, 2014, 06:22:20 pm
To be fair, I spent a year or so lurking here, and crying and getting mad when my ideas were challenged with me even saying them.

Worked it all out THEN posted.
Who are you again?

It's that Alaskan guy.  Larry Craig or something.

Trig Palin.
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Ben Shapiro on January 02, 2014, 06:35:45 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNrXMOSkBas

So, if I have this right, you've been around here since last March, about 9 months, and you decided that your first post should include something about having the ability to make us cry?

Only made a few posts on this forum, and you guys have already made me cry. I've got an urge to return the favor.

I'm just trying to get to know you better.  Dry your eyes.

I think Bearman (175lb of whatever) has posted some pro-brony material.  You may be able to talk to him about that stuff.

 :argh!:

 :showus:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Drake75 on January 02, 2014, 06:52:20 pm
Quote
I'm just trying to get to know you better.  Dry your eyes.

I think Bearman (175lb of whatever) has posted some pro-brony material.  You may be able to talk to him about that stuff.

Okay, so there's a visit to the pool and reading Bearman's stuff on my to-do list.


Hey there, new guy. Do you make any art or have any hobbies? Aside from MLP?

Still learning Blender, know some Python programming, play a couple of games regularly.
The lack of outside pressure to fend for my own needs has led me to continue living with my mother. Have a couple of friends that are trying to get me interested in DnD, work, driving, and finding a girlfriend.

I've also been watching videos on Youtube like the ones you posted on the Techmology and Scientism board.

:argh!:

 :showus:

Link?
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Mesozoic Mister Nigel on January 02, 2014, 07:12:17 pm
Quote
I'm just trying to get to know you better.  Dry your eyes.

I think Bearman (175lb of whatever) has posted some pro-brony material.  You may be able to talk to him about that stuff.

Okay, so there's a visit to the pool and reading Bearman's stuff on my to-do list.


Hey there, new guy. Do you make any art or have any hobbies? Aside from MLP?

Still learning Blender, know some Python programming, play a couple of games regularly.
The lack of outside pressure to fend for my own needs has led me to continue living with my mother. Have a couple of friends that are trying to get me interested in DnD, work, driving, and finding a girlfriend.

I've also been watching videos on Youtube like the ones you posted on the Techmology and Scientism board.

Protip: FIRST, get a job, THEN, move out, THEN, go out with girls.

This is a good reminder of why my plan is to sell the house while  the kids are away at college. No basement = no basement-dwelling adult children!
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Salty on January 02, 2014, 08:02:41 pm
To be fair, I spent a year or so lurking here, and crying and getting mad when my ideas were challenged with me even saying them.

Worked it all out THEN posted.
Who are you again?

It's that Alaskan guy.  Larry Craig or something.

Trig Palin.

:crankey:




 :lulz:
Title: Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
Post by: Cardinal Pizza Deliverance. on January 02, 2014, 08:41:14 pm
Hellos, lurker for several months or so here.

Why hellos instead of hello?
 I'm wanting to throw you off my scent and see what happens when I speak to you as if part of a group instead of an individual.

What brought me here?
I'll walk you through it. First, I was on the random board on 4chan, trying to find my way, and the truth of what the fuck I was supposed to be doing with my life. As you may already know, I got nothing but shit from the board, and possibly by guessing from my avatar, until a group of fans on the website got me interested in the newest reboot of My Little Pony. After watching the premier of season 2 for the show, which included a character called Discord who is a spirit of chaos and disharmony, and seeing some tulpa threads on the /mlp/ forums I decided to make one of Discord.
  This attempt failed for reasons unmentioned, but lead to me reading some of my mothers magick books she hasn't looked at in years. One of them happened to mention Discordianism, which I HAD to be part of because Discord said so. Feeling like combinations would be amazing, I did some searching and read the Encyclopedia Dramatica entry that lead straight here. If you read all that, with all of its commas, I clapped.

tldr;
4chan>My Little Pony>Tulpamancing>Mothers magick books>Encyclopedia Dramatica>Here


To the meat of why I am here...
Due to the effects of liquid courage, I have decided to make my first post here and ask for multiple opinions on me holding back when I know I can make someone cry or break them in a similar fashion.