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Apple Talk / Re: Open Bar: Drinks are on the Supreme Court
« on: July 16, 2019, 05:53:00 pm »
Is there anything Boise related worth doing?

I haven't figured out what that means.

They do have a zoo that lets you feed a bear.  I didn't get to do that.

They also have woods were you can feed mountain lions, but only once.  :)

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: Pelosi vs AOC feud
« on: July 15, 2019, 01:49:52 am »

I've heard commented that AOC has some really anti-war stuff going on, and thats of the things that totally disqualifies you from presidential leadership... you can succeed as a major or governor... but i think shes peaked, shes not even gonna get to be a senator, and much less president.

Shes too soft and weak, shell either never make it nor be allowed to.

Who said anything about her running for president?

None in this thread tbh, and besides shes like 8 years underage for the position?

It was more a comment on "hardline politicians", and how shes not, she seems too reasonable to be taken seriously in the given political climate.

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: Pelosi vs AOC feud
« on: July 14, 2019, 02:38:51 pm »

I've heard commented that AOC has some really anti-war stuff going on, and thats of the things that totally disqualifies you from presidential leadership... you can succeed as a major or governor... but i think shes peaked, shes not even gonna get to be a senator, and much less president.

Shes too soft and weak, shell either never make it nor be allowed to.

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Sometimes I sprinkle people with the cooled off water which i used to boil my hot dogs in.

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: Pelosi vs AOC feud
« on: July 12, 2019, 09:09:07 pm »

Im sure that shuffling around chairs on the Titanic is the solution, you guys just need to do it faster  :)

But seriously, moderates are such cancer on your democracy, all while the right is tailoring their brownshirts.

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Or Kill Me / Re: Am I Still a Discordian?
« on: July 12, 2019, 01:51:54 pm »
So, I guess now, my Discordianism is more about self-preservation than trying to address The Machine and The System. 
I just want to make it out alive with a smile on my face!

Hasn't Discordia always been just a way to save face towards yourself, to pretend you've been something more than a shill for the War on Drugs? It doesn't seem you've ever been worried about "the machine" nor "the system", and youve always been an opportunistic slime bag, a dog dancing to get his bacon.

If im recalling things wrongly, everyone and anyone feel free to correct me, for I really envy Roger's vindictive memory that burns like a thousand suns, and personally lack that capacity.

He started out okay...But then he got bit by the funding bug a few years later and started babbling about how marijuana leads to krokodil (this is an exaggeration, but not by much) and how throwing a 19 year old into prison for 26 years for a quarter pound of ditch weed was justifiable.

He basically became his job.  That happens to lots of people.  I have heard it referred to as "salesman's disease" or "Cutco casualty."  AKA "company man."

Its very sad indeed, when a person gets an ideological brain parasite lodged into their brain just cause they wanted to earn a buck or two; its even sadder when the host starts defending the parasite.

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Apple Talk / Re: DRUGS
« on: July 11, 2019, 08:59:55 pm »

OK GUYS WE BROKE THE HALLMARK OF THREE PAGES, CAN WE MAKE IT TO 10???

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Principia Discussion / Re: Discordian Blessings and WMDs
« on: July 11, 2019, 06:57:56 pm »

I'm pretty sure that calling for Our Lady's blessing over literally anything, it's the equivalent of summoning a dozen gremling saboteurs.

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Apple Talk / Re: PICS VIII: 10% LARGER THAN PICS VII
« on: July 09, 2019, 05:50:36 pm »
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Apple Talk / Re: Open Bar: Drinks are on the Supreme Court
« on: July 09, 2019, 12:14:40 pm »
I'm AKK

Now now Cramulus, dont confuse our friend here, you need to go study more counter-intelligence manuals so you dont blow your cover.

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Apple Talk / Re: Open Bar: Drinks are on the Supreme Court
« on: July 09, 2019, 12:06:46 pm »
So just out of curiosity since I've been out of the loop for awhile, who has left and who's here under new names? I see RWHN is back under a new name

The Johnny, the artist formerly known as Joh'Nyx, a.k.a. third world hyena.

But ok seriously, pretty much everyones gone, you dont recognize anyone not because they changed their name, its just that its actually new people.

EDIT:

Im not supposed to tell you, but Cramulus and Cain actually swapped usernames and identities - you see, thats why "Cramulus" (in reality now Cain) hasnt posted lately, its because hes in a deep infiltration mission at the Gurdujeff Institute.

And Im actually Kai, I underwent some years of deep-hypnosis and now im reformed under a new monicker, living a new life.

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Apple Talk / Re: DRUGS 2: REVENGE OF THE DRUGS. PS: DRUGS
« on: July 09, 2019, 06:45:43 am »

The rationale for banning certain drugs appears to be economical in nature: sure you can ruin your liver with alcohol on the long run, or feel like shit with a hangover the next day, but you CAN go to work the next day, and its effects are predictable and controllable... but is marijuana incompatible with working to a certain extent? doesnt it promote this type of satisfaction that quenches drives and ambitions? not sure if marijuana does this, but ive heard from users that their only drive is to shoot up again... then psychedelics are a problem for work, since their effects on the very short term imply a practical disabling of a person for an undeterminate number of hours, i guess one could do it on a friday or even saturday and be fine by monday, but you cant use that on a wendsday like you could alcohol... also, psychedelics tend to generate a psychiatric-medical burden on the system.

So is the whole spectrum of reasons purely economic? Id argue that yes... but what i will say is that, even if your mileage may vary (by a looot), drugs can (not any and all of them, mind you) help you attune with the unconcious parts of your mind... literally by definition, the usage of drugs is an alteration of consciousness and a temporary weakening of psychic defense mechanisms which are held in place by consciousness.

The problem is that its a flawed conflation... coming in contact with your unconscious thru drugs =/= useful insight... otherwise every single psychotherapist in the world would by default be utilizing drugs in their treatments.


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High Weirdness / Re: ITT Mandela Effect fuckery biblical or otherwise
« on: July 09, 2019, 05:50:47 am »

To the OP:

Like, idk, memory isnt a computer-like, well-done archiving sort of deal, we remember not what happened, but what we can, corrupted by the most efficient way to remember it... as time passes, one constructs a narrative, which loses a lot of the details, specially the ones that contradict the main narrative, and the narrative itself is built around what is convenient, useful or what we desire.

And beyond the natural "disfunction" of memory, then theres deliberate techniques to alter it... hypnosis to create false memories... torturing someone until they believe their own false confessions... bombarding an audience with enough disinformation and propaganda until its the criterion of historical truth...

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: QGP's Antifa Thread
« on: July 08, 2019, 07:16:10 am »


Show up for events organized by unions, immigrants, LGBTQ+ activists, women's groups, anti-racism organizers, and others. Listen to the organizers and stay on topic, especially in your signs

SO MUCH THIS.

In 2003 - 2005, you'd show up to an antiwar rally, and half the signs would be about PETA.  It was pathetic.

That's what turned me off about Occupy Boston. Once you see a save the whales sign at an anticapitalist rally in the 21st century you're like, ok, this is a shitshow.

Well, there's a certain margin thats acceptable and maybe that example is bad. Like of all the things one can protest about that dont get in the way or distract from each other is ecologism and anti-capitalism.

But besides that ultra specific example, I agree in general.

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