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Principia Discussion / Re: Oh baby I like it RAW
« on: May 22, 2020, 05:28:02 pm »
I always think it's valuable to understand the other tunnels out there.

I have libertarian friends, and used to argue them a lot.. but frankly I used to have a badly skewed notion of what they actually care about.

I took the time to really figure out what their position was and why they feel that way. I still disagree with them, but at least I'm not blasting them with strawman arguments anymore. And I admit, there's some stuff in that tunnel that I can't disagree with.

Same with cops -- my childhood best friend is a cop, and I always use our conversations as an opportunity to learn how that reality tunnel works. It takes conscious effort to disengage my mental judgment engine and just be receptive.

It definitely helped me understand their worldview and I am more sympathetic to the libertarian worldview, though I believe it helped that a large chunk of my introduction was through Penn Jillette, who I consider to be a very good person with good intentions. He showed a side of libertarianism which made it seem like the compassionate choice. It took Nigel and ECH pointing out to me that the goal is decent, but could never work without everything collapsing and being rebuilt which is unlikely to happen any time soon. Eutopias and all that.

Itís worth noting that Penn has been showing major misgivings about libertarianism recently.

Good thread Cram.

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Principia Discussion / Re: Oh baby I like it RAW
« on: May 22, 2020, 04:03:33 pm »
I would also add to be careful about what reality tunnels you choose to enter. As an experiment I decided to take on the worldview of the libertarian, and once I was deeply in it was difficult to get back out. I credit Nigel, ECH, and LMNO with assisting me out of that mindset. Of course, other people are very likely savvier than I am, or I am more committed to the bit... but be careful.

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Discordia en Espanol / Re: Gender Neutral Spanich, etc.
« on: May 07, 2020, 01:51:32 pm »
It must be nice to be perfect

As we all know, I shit down the throat of all noobs, due to my perfection.

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Discordia en Espanol / Re: Gender Neutral Spanich, etc.
« on: May 06, 2020, 08:12:11 pm »
I don't want to get in line while everybody's knives are out, but I'm kinda missing what this guy said that's so upsetting

I have no time for people who ďcanít be arsedĒ to retrain the way their mind thinks about things which donít directly impact them. Itís as simple as that.

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Man, that fucking sucks Suu.

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Discordia en Espanol / Re: Gender Neutral Spanich, etc.
« on: May 06, 2020, 01:48:35 am »
This guyís a peach.

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Discordia en Espanol / Re: Gender Neutral Spanich, etc.
« on: May 05, 2020, 10:51:49 pm »
Cool. Now I can completely ignore you with a clean conscience.

dude? if you've got a problem w/me kindly find a way to articulate it. otherwise I'm not sure how to address it. are you able to that? or do you believe I'm obligated to guess at your peruvision?

I am sorry that you are bothered by the term "racism" being applied to the dominant cultural group.  I shall send a memo to the Blacks, Browns, LGBT, Asians, Jews, and those Zoroastrian fuckers that nobody likes, and we'll see if they can't improve their attitudes.

I am sorry that we're a pack of bastards who take an undue joy in dragging you around by the ankles just because you are above worrying about "the average man" or whether "personhole" is a good replacement for "manhole."

Mostly, though, I am sorry about the lack of sincerity in this post.

honestly, mate, I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about, and it seems like you're intent on injecting malicious intentions in the discussion here. is there something you'd like to discuss, other than insinuating people are racist?

Naw, no need to articulate anything, because that would be tacitly inviting discourse. Youíve actually articulated everything I needed to know.

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Discordia en Espanol / Re: Gender Neutral Spanich, etc.
« on: May 05, 2020, 10:49:56 pm »
honestly the foreskin thing was a bluff and I was just throwing it out there like a cat in the wind.
Clarify.  You say your words were a bluff.  What were you pretending, and how does that differ from the reality?

ďIt was all an experimentĒ in 3... 2...

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To be honest, I've been kind of blocked creatively for a while, made worse by this quarantine, as contrary as it sounds.

Thanks for recording that, altered.  It gave me much-needed inspiration.

I totally get that. My creativity took a holiday once isolation started. I think there is a part of me that thinks this is it, and whatís the point? Also, despite my claims of ďimaginationĒ, I am finding it increasingly difficult to imagine life outside of this.

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Discordia en Espanol / Re: Gender Neutral Spanich, etc.
« on: May 05, 2020, 09:22:19 pm »
hey don't ruin it:

"for the fellows who sense there's a "chicken in the henhouse" (?) etc., this is the post I made today before navigating here. talk amount yourselves I guess. maybe shoot it off to Tom Chaudion"

https://imgur.com/e3iQwhS

Cool. Now I can completely ignore you with a clean conscience.

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Discordia en Espanol / Re: Gender Neutral Spanich, etc.
« on: May 05, 2020, 09:03:15 pm »
I proudly refuse that humble apology.

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Discordia en Espanol / Re: Gender Neutral Spanich, etc.
« on: May 05, 2020, 05:56:49 pm »
I don't believe that's actually a thing, although sometimes right-wing morons bring it up as an example of how they're being oppressed.

if you're not aware about it you're a step behind the right-wing morons who at least know of it. I call the person who delivers my dark web drugs as a "carrier", rather than what I did when I was younger, a "mailman". that makes sense to me. on the other hand I'm not going to say "humankind" instead of "mankind" becasue that's not a word

I have a PDF here from NOVA Southeastern University, which advises me to refer to "the common man" as "the average person" or "ordinary people". this kind of thing to me seems technically legit, but I can't be arsed to retrain my language processing.. thing. there's plenty folks who think language has a big role on how we perceive reality, and on the articulation of our societies. a William Burroughs referred to "Language is a virus", and.. even disregarding this perspective, I think it foolish to poo poo the role language plays in a peoples. that said, I, personally, think trying to change what a word means is a most inefficient means of effecting change (for insistence, insisting "racism" means "institutional" or "systemic" racism).

it may not be a top-of-mind, hot button, guaranteed-validation-generating issue, but it's most certainly a thing, one that the right's mocking of doesn't make nonextant. and yes I am new here in that I can view things anew, without the accumulated toxin-baises of someone who has been loitering about the various stratum for some time now. none of this has anything to do with my comment.

Yeah, Iím detecting a lot beneath the surface here that I donít care for.

It's not like we haven't had some experience along these lines.

Exactamundo.

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Discordia en Espanol / Re: Gender Neutral Spanich, etc.
« on: May 04, 2020, 09:45:33 pm »
I don't believe that's actually a thing, although sometimes right-wing morons bring it up as an example of how they're being oppressed.

if you're not aware about it you're a step behind the right-wing morons who at least know of it. I call the person who delivers my dark web drugs as a "carrier", rather than what I did when I was younger, a "mailman". that makes sense to me. on the other hand I'm not going to say "humankind" instead of "mankind" becasue that's not a word

I have a PDF here from NOVA Southeastern University, which advises me to refer to "the common man" as "the average person" or "ordinary people". this kind of thing to me seems technically legit, but I can't be arsed to retrain my language processing.. thing. there's plenty folks who think language has a big role on how we perceive reality, and on the articulation of our societies. a William Burroughs referred to "Language is a virus", and.. even disregarding this perspective, I think it foolish to poo poo the role language plays in a peoples. that said, I, personally, think trying to change what a word means is a most inefficient means of effecting change (for insistence, insisting "racism" means "institutional" or "systemic" racism).

it may not be a top-of-mind, hot button, guaranteed-validation-generating issue, but it's most certainly a thing, one that the right's mocking of doesn't make nonextant. and yes I am new here in that I can view things anew, without the accumulated toxin-baises of someone who has been loitering about the various stratum for some time now. none of this has anything to do with my comment.

Yeah, Iím detecting a lot beneath the surface here that I donít care for.

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For whatever reason I don't do magic eyes "right," so they always end up inverted depth-wise. Which, fine for the first one but REALLY WEIRD for the second

It was like that for me too. I assumed it was Cramís fault; everything else is.

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Well, there ya go.  :lol:

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