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Literate Chaotic / "If you can type, you can make movies"
« on: January 16, 2009, 10:29:22 pm »
uh oh

http://www.xtranormal.com/

apologies if this has been posted already...

enjoy

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Very Short Stories (3 sentences)
« on: January 16, 2009, 10:14:18 pm »
possibly the best thread i have ever read in the history of everything

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Bring and Brag / Re: superheronomics
« on: January 16, 2009, 04:42:45 pm »
six months between verses:
the desert need more rain
to calculate the sun rays
plant a grain and watch it rampage

the earth shrugs a shoulder:
watch nations crumble -
from a universal standpoint:
still looks like no trouble

he pack a pencil and a paper -
the penmanship: jurassic
lingers in the mental fabric more than landfills with plastic

accused of bending minds:
guilty as charged
put the words together:
there's a monster behind bars

not talking jail bars -
the musical kind
the wordplay is exquisite:
a beautiful mind

in the thick of the storm -
he thickens his swarm
and as the plot thickens
he proceeds to perform

holding court on the online
every keystroke: precision
dont let a idle threat
influence a decision

i-Phoned a i-Pod
then i-Mac'ed a i-Robot
then i shrunk to i-nano
saved the progress to a x-box

then i marked the spot with a x
and x-ed out opponents
got a call from a ex -
was swift to dial-tone it

sound good - dont it?


holla back

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Literate Chaotic / Great... Another one
« on: October 12, 2008, 05:16:05 am »
http://www.tarvu.com/

somebody really has to consolidate all these joke religions



they all remind me of unnecessary re-makes or bad sequels

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Bring and Brag / Re: superheronomics
« on: October 11, 2008, 10:54:43 pm »
oh no

say the name
say the name

he needs to shake his head

get the blood flowing to his brain
on a strict diet of microchips and acid rain

2008 and still alive:
no time to ask the reason
the lungs: still wheezin
demeanor: still pleasin

and yo -

dont forget how he work the alphabet
make the words swerve and hit curves like corvettes
racing stripes with tinted windows
find him wherever the wind blows
rollin with those who know the truth when its told
and dont tolerate when it isnt
he turns fake gods to midgits
smiling at the pyramids like he know who did it
viscerally
he expose and strangle mystery
like that 80'S show on TV where the P-I was Mr. T
and many fools got pitied
after hours he still lurks thru the city
riding subway trains like t-cells thru the veins
to show up where hes needed
life's the addiction: he feed it
and if something step to threaten
bet hes swift to delete it
on some wash-rinse-repeat it
smash it - rip it - stampede it
foes get routinely defeated
like the Hulk when hes heated
but without the green and mean-ness

his last villain - she was fiendish
she said "without love - it's meaningless"
then she grabbed his thigh and leaned in for a kiss
stimulated his cock chakra
like a snake-in-the-jar charmer
she had lured him to her den with tossed salad and pasta
tight skirt exposed her curves
push-up bra exposed her ta-ta's
but he hit it and bounced fast
never to be seen like Osama

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Think for Yourself, Schmuck! / Re: Discordia as a Religion?
« on: October 11, 2008, 08:35:04 pm »
i think anything religious-esque that can be found in anything discordian is suggestive at best

at root its a tool box of perspectives not commonly found in modern western society

whatever any individual does to keep these tools at hand and sharpened (ie. keep them in mind) is up to the individual


if you need to jerk off while thinking of something called eris - so be it
if you need to go somewhere on sundays - so be it
if you need to eat a certain thing - so be it

and if you wanna show it off to other people as a facet of what you do with your psychological tools - thats all good too

when im feeling flamboyant i wear a pink shirt

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Think for Yourself, Schmuck! / Re: What makes us so different?
« on: October 11, 2008, 08:19:34 pm »
i have no idea what specifically makes this place different


for me it was just process of elimination

other places made me feel not interested

plus - this forum has people with the skill to build their own forums - so in the instances where it turned into a piece of shit, the resourceful people bounced and set up shop elsewhere



1. its useful
2. nobody is obliged to stay
3. there is appreciation and acknowledgment of effort
4. there is a low tolerance for bullshit
5. humor
6. love



in retrospect tho - having been away from the forum for a while - i find it strange that this forum is mostly pale-skinned people, and i rarely get this caliber of discussion with white folk in the offline world

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Think for Yourself, Schmuck! / Re: Science Experiment: Chaos Magic
« on: October 11, 2008, 08:01:49 pm »
it seems to me like we are approaching a time where a lot of the 'magic' (even sigil-type magic) is being done by accident these days

along the same lines as the proliferation of musicians on myspace

decades of dedicate study and effort and trial and error could be poured in by one individual to make something successful, but that will be nothing in comparison to the number of people with Photoshop and Illustrator designing their own logos and forum signatures thru the entirity of the web

and due to the sheer volume - a well calculated logo or image would seem to simply fade amongst the ones that accomplished the same objective accidentally


and - no disrespect to any musicians using myspace

my point was that there is some sick shit being put online by individuals that is on par or better than what youll find being distributed by big companies

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obviously - any approach that suggests to 'opt for the simplest solution' only holds weight when in a climate of immediacy when time is of the essence

AND can only be responsibly be used if prefaced by the possibility of error (MAYBE)

that being said - if you throw me $12 billion over 5 years - i will swallow all my current conclusions and come back to you in 5 years with a more thorough answer about whatever is in question

maybe part of the problem with studying logic is that these people rarely have their neck in the noose


after wittgenstein got back from the war - his writings were suddenly different

it was all concise and in numerical order as tho he was desperately trying to keep track of things


in layman's terms, the razor seems to be one of the rare circumstances where the formal study of logic tries to lend itself toward practicality



something you can take home and use

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Think for Yourself, Schmuck! / Re: Lost Topics #2: Modern Spellbooks
« on: October 11, 2008, 07:34:50 pm »
Modern Spellbooks

http://davidseah.com/blog/comments/modern-spellbooks/

David Seah writes about how hand-written notebooks about computer programming languages are in fact a lot like spellbooks filled with incantations.

(The difference being that if you follow the incantation step by step, you will get a 100% success rate, which might make these things even better than actual spellbooks ;-) )

...hmm

from a 'human intellect' perspective

maybe that means computers are just really gullible

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Or Kill Me / Re: can you hold my wallet for me while i jump?
« on: October 11, 2008, 07:27:54 pm »
hi everybody

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Or Kill Me / can you hold my wallet for me while i jump?
« on: October 10, 2008, 04:03:51 pm »
somebody found this message on a abandoned computer terminal at the public library

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you and them have something in common

and im sure from your perspective - i have something in common with them too


where does that leave us?


wherever that may be - let's figure it out quick so we can see how we can help each other

perhaps more importantly - let's figure out where we won't be able to help each other out much


like - here is some examples:

1. dont look to me for anything that has anything to do with money aside from how to get food to eat and tools to use
- that means no advice - no lending - no borrowing

2. try to avoid leaving me alone with your woman for extended periods of time

3. unless you factor in the 'after-life' as a part of your long-term time line - im not the person to ask about long-term strategies (though i'm getting a bit better at this)


now - im not sure if i can articulate any good qualities - but th

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That's where it ended


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in a dream about a UFO landing on the planet - he was not surprised about the news - a reaction of calm acceptance

when he awoke and recalled this dream, he felt satisfied that he had reacted that way

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a nest constructed hastily by two birds - one male, and one female about to lay eggs

the nest was tucked away safely, but due to its small size, it proved surprisingly disastrous

as the five young birds grew, the nest was simply not large enough to suffice, and two of the birds plunged to their death - forced out of the nest - before they were able to fly


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rumor has it that the Penguin learned some of his umbrella tactics from Mary Poppins

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there is no amount of generosity or kindness that can compensate for a single act of treachery

one can learn politeness and etiquette, but treacherous acts are defining, and when they occur, they are never exceptions to the rule

redemption is tricky - difficult - psychologically messy - but always possible



ego and redemption do not get along well together

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some crazy weather we're having

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i was looking for this thread specifically

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Sometimes Villains Get the Best of You
« on: July 12, 2008, 01:28:33 am »
worrrrrrrrrrrrrd

that would be good man

im down here all the time

weekends included

im here right now

Monday night works - or if youre around this weekend - shoot me a message

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Literate Chaotic / Re: Sometimes Villains Get the Best of You
« on: July 09, 2008, 07:18:01 pm »
:mittens:

It's been too long my friend.  Good to hear from you. 

this place is on my mind often


hope everything is well with your fam

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