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I was wondering how people outside of the U.S prank call phones on skype without being traced and without using credit? Like in this video? Keep in mind the first word in this video is the name of the soundboard used and he called the police station, this is just an example:

Apple Talk / Would you let her live with you?
« on: September 11, 2015, 04:24:23 pm »
"But now... living with (Insert Your Name Here)"?:

Principia Discussion / Australia: The World H.Q of Order?
« on: September 11, 2015, 04:03:59 pm »
Most orderly place in the world, why? Compared to all other nations there have been no civil wars, major revolts or armed rebellions, significant change ever in history there. Only the expansion/establishment of more order. Even when its people get very frustrated with their government they have never revolted there bigly aside from a few strikes easily broken using military workforce in the past. Any idea why? Is it like the stronghold/headquarters of order or something? Maybe thats why it was also seen as the "dumping ground of choice"/containment facility of choice to British authorities for those who were more chaotic or defy the order.

Its what makes it extremely boring, needs more discord + chaos. If anybody is looking for a concentrated headquarters of order to bombard with chaos in workings, here is your best choice. Feel free to pump as much entropy/chaos as you want if any of you know how to do that. A mass murder of boredom occurs.

Eris/Discordia would probably puke at this sight?

Apple Talk / Similarities + differences between prison and high school?
« on: September 10, 2015, 03:32:49 pm »
The differences I can think of is you do not have to worry about dropping the soap in high school and you can go home?

Now what are the similarities? Especially in Australia's high school where all must dress the same?

Principia Discussion / Discordia/Eris's role in the French Revolution?
« on: September 08, 2015, 05:34:31 am »
Do you think Discordia/Eris played a big role in the French Revolution, its upheaval and people in it like Maximilien Robiespierre? It would have been considered "mad" in those time's standards, and it was one of the first and only societies that literally implemented "terrorism" as a policy(called the "great terror"). The "great terror" started with Robespierre and it ended with him. The French Revolution was a very violent one and was an explosion of entropy, heaps of discord and the demolition of many tradition & order.

The French Revolution gave France its protest/riot-happy and government-defying culture which I wish only my country(Australia) has, coming from one of the most discord/chaos-deprived continents in the world. We have never had a single major armed rebellion at where I live in history, and many people here are sheep. Quite depressing. They do not care what the authority does as long as they do not interrupt their daily routines of food, tv, sport and etc. No matter how much power they take for themselves.


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