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Messages - indigoblade

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Bring and Brag / Re: Sick day/Holiday= bored as fuck
« on: January 20, 2009, 06:45:53 pm »
They look like they should belong to some DC comics charecter.  :p

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Or Kill Me / Re: ...and in the end, he had to be wheeled out.
« on: January 20, 2009, 06:39:18 pm »
My favorite part was the nananana nananana hey hey goodbye chant. Fucking awesome to watch their faces when they heard that, it brought a tear to my eye.

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Principia Discussion / Re: What do you REALLY believe?
« on: January 20, 2009, 05:32:43 pm »
I said point taken earlier. Now where is that damn stairwell to the pool on the roof, I wanna go swimming! :mrgreen:

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Principia Discussion / Re: What do you REALLY believe?
« on: January 20, 2009, 05:47:21 am »
A handful of monkeys on an insignificant rock=/=the universe
Gotta start somewhere. Point takin' though. Thanx for giving me a real reply, now you may proceed to flame (like you guys wouldn't anyhow right).

well, we ARE the Elitist discordians afterall.
:lol:

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Principia Discussion / Re: What do you REALLY believe?
« on: January 20, 2009, 05:10:10 am »
A handful of monkeys on an insignificant rock=/=the universe
Gotta start somewhere. Point takin' though. Thanx for giving me a real reply, now you may proceed to flame (like you guys wouldn't anyhow right).

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Principia Discussion / Re: What do you REALLY believe?
« on: January 20, 2009, 04:59:18 am »
After reading alot of these post (and skipping over the bs) One question comes to mind. If the universe (or all of existence) is infinite and complex then is it possible for the universe (or all of existence) to acquire an intelligence? Scientist state that giving enough time anything becomes not only possible but probable. This is what leads me to this question, though I see it is probably rhetorical. IDK, just a thought.

 :|
The fuck is wrong with you?
K, stop me if you heard this one before. We are stardust right? We were born of the debris from stars. Complex interactions brought about our existance correct. So now we are stardust that is aware of coming into existance, correct? Are we not then parts of the cosmos becoming aware of itself? These questions, though repeated, are good to ask ourselves. If you feel have something better to add then please do. Otherwise STFU.

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Or Kill Me / Re: Rev Roger, Welcome to the Monkeyhouse #3: The Badlands
« on: January 20, 2009, 04:23:32 am »
Heather and Frank missed The Great Coffee House Incident...But that's all they missed, and they ain't coming back.  Despite all the lies I told them about Fayetteville, they left anyway.  Imagine that...they did not listen to their spiritual advisor.  Oh, well...I may have lied to them, but they will learn the hideous truth soon enough.

But that leaves me alone in The Badlands.  A town full of the broke, the desperate, and the soon to be broke and desperate.  It's easy to see how bad the economy is, here; we lost 50,000 jobs in October/November alone, and there's only 500,000 people in the city proper.  Anyone who CAN leave is hauling up stakes and fleeing across the desert, looking for a place where the rising water is still just a rumor.

But not me.  This is my city, and for good or for ill, I will ride her down in flames.  I will stomp and shit and puke blood all over this miserable hellhole until either I bust a vein, or someone actually kills me.  Most people, at least the people around me, do not understand this.  For example, Coffee Bean asked me why the hell I don't pull up stakes and move somewhere with more vegetation and less meth heads.  What could I say?  That sometimes you have to see the failure up close, to really see The Truth?  That a meaningless white bread suburban existence is not only a lie in these times, it's a BORING lie.

Then there's the fact that this place gets into your blood (not unlike syphilis).  Once you've lived in the high desert, it's very hard to leave...not because you LIKE the place, but because you literally can't leave.  It's like someone turned up the fucking gravity, and we're all stuck to the ground with our faces all mashed flat, helplessly pooping on the carpet.

I have spoken in the past about The Lost Highway.  Well, this is where that highway ends.  This is the place where DREAMS COME TO DIE.  These are The Badlands, and may God have mercy on our souls...because the high desert won't.

Or Kill Me.

:potd: :mittens:

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Principia Discussion / Re: What do you REALLY believe?
« on: January 20, 2009, 04:15:57 am »
After reading alot of these post (and skipping over the bs) One question comes to mind. If the universe (or all of existence) is infinite and complex then is it possible for the universe (or all of existence) to acquire an intelligence? Scientist state that giving enough time anything becomes not only possible but probable. This is what leads me to this question, though I see it is probably rhetorical. IDK, just a thought.

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Discordian Recipes / Re: Burgers!
« on: January 20, 2009, 02:58:14 am »
You can take my perfect burger recipe from my cold, dead hands! :argh!:

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Apple Talk / Re: Recommend your favorite movies
« on: January 19, 2009, 04:03:19 pm »
Lucky Number Sleven

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Apple Talk / Re: Arranging to troll the forum via the chat
« on: January 19, 2009, 03:52:10 pm »
I would think it's more of a Xanatos Gambit standoff, but what do I know?

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Apple Talk / Re: Recommend your favorite movies
« on: January 18, 2009, 01:00:26 am »
Starship Troopers.
:mad:

it rocks! but iirc it's based on a book, which is probably better, is that why you're mad?

Yes, the book is several hundred times better then the movie. It's not all cheesy for one. For another the equipment that is described makes more sense then the way it is portrayed in the hollyweird version. For instance, instead of a ship dropping the kids off at the site they get launched out of the bottom of the ship that's in space. They are surrounded by a cocoon that absorbs the heat of reentry. Once they get to a safe altitude (ie no burn) the cocoon blows open and the guy free falls for a while. The shrapnel from the cocoon helps to hide the individuals signature so he won't be shot out of the sky. And get this, instead of a parashute they have rockets.  :mrgreen: I won't give no more of the book away now. I suggest it even though we're in the movie area.

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Apple Talk / Re: Recommend your favorite movies
« on: January 17, 2009, 03:32:24 pm »
Here's two I thought of last night. Zatoichi the Blind Swordsman (any zatoichi movie is good really) and The Seven Samurai.

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Apple Talk / Re: Recommend your favorite movies
« on: January 16, 2009, 03:36:48 pm »
Les Miserables, Sweeny Todd and Edward Scissor Hands. I'm in a twisted musicals mood today. Oh yeah, and Little Shop of Horrors.

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