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Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
« Reply #1170 on: July 10, 2014, 05:42:39 pm »
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Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
« Reply #1171 on: July 12, 2014, 04:32:45 pm »
Pleased to be making acquaintences.  I recently found myself some literature at the flea market down the road, became very intrigued, did some Googling, and here you guys are.  Loved reading the book, want more, where should I start?  How is your weekend going?

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Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
« Reply #1172 on: July 12, 2014, 05:56:16 pm »
Pleased to be making acquaintences.  I recently found myself some literature at the flea market down the road, became very intrigued, did some Googling, and here you guys are.  Loved reading the book, want more, where should I start?  How is your weekend going?

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Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
« Reply #1173 on: July 13, 2014, 10:46:00 am »
Pleased to be making acquaintences.  I recently found myself some literature at the flea market down the road, became very intrigued, did some Googling, and here you guys are.  Loved reading the book, want more, where should I start?  How is your weekend going?
Hi new guy!
By the book you mean Principia Discordia? Then the unofficial sequel is The Black Iron Prison.
It is the result of a collaborative project here and a couple of the original writers are still around. Though less so in the summer, people tend to play outside a lot in the summer.

My weekend is going quite well, thank you. Though i went a bit too far with the alcohol and now I'm having a hungover sunday.
How is yours?
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Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
« Reply #1174 on: July 14, 2014, 06:21:38 am »
Elfen Lied - Lilium (Full Opening Theme Song): http://youtu.be/kua_iJ4bAmo

Lux Aeterna - Requiem For A Dream (Full Orchestra): http://youtu.be/SLJllk-0o6c

Elfen Lied - Opening (Lilium ) HD: http://youtu.be/eQuKhpHm6Dk

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Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
« Reply #1175 on: July 14, 2014, 06:38:53 am »
Pleased to be making acquaintences.  I recently found myself some literature at the flea market down the road, became very intrigued, did some Googling, and here you guys are.  Loved reading the book, want more, where should I start?  How is your weekend going?

Welcome!  Along with the already mentioned Black Iron Prison, I personally recommend Zen Without Zen Masters.  It's closer to the Principia is tone, while being a bit less subtle, and full of some great wisdom.

Also Chao te Ching is quite good, and I've heard that The Illuminatus! Trilogy is good too, though I haven't gotten to it yet (it's on my list!).

As for my weekend, well, last night I got together with my brother and my girlfriend and we went to a strange place where we were searching vehicles and abandoned houses for guns and tools and materials to build a hut to survive the night before zombies attacked in huge waves.  But I fucked up and accidentally opened the door in the middle of the night resulting in a horrific battle that only my girlfriend survived by hiding on the roof shooting the zombies with a crossbow, since apparently noise concerns make that weapon superior to my sawed off shotgun. (7 Days to Die)

I'm typing this from the afterlife, in case you are wondering.
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Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
« Reply #1176 on: July 14, 2014, 01:23:29 pm »
Pleased to be making acquaintences.  I recently found myself some literature at the flea market down the road, became very intrigued, did some Googling, and here you guys are.  Loved reading the book, want more, where should I start?  How is your weekend going?

Welcome!  Along with the already mentioned Black Iron Prison, I personally recommend Zen Without Zen Masters.  It's closer to the Principia is tone, while being a bit less subtle, and full of some great wisdom.

Also Chao te Ching is quite good, and I've heard that The Illuminatus! Trilogy is good too, though I haven't gotten to it yet (it's on my list!).

As for my weekend, well, last night I got together with my brother and my girlfriend and we went to a strange place where we were searching vehicles and abandoned houses for guns and tools and materials to build a hut to survive the night before zombies attacked in huge waves.  But I fucked up and accidentally opened the door in the middle of the night resulting in a horrific battle that only my girlfriend survived by hiding on the roof shooting the zombies with a crossbow, since apparently noise concerns make that weapon superior to my sawed off shotgun. (7 Days to Die)

I'm typing this from the afterlife, in case you are wondering.
Oh cool, what server? The server i was playing on got completely reset, everything was lost, including my home that was a cross between the tower of babel and a high security prison in a field of spikes about the half the size of that town in the middle of the map.
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Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
« Reply #1177 on: July 14, 2014, 05:39:08 pm »
Pleased to be making acquaintences.  I recently found myself some literature at the flea market down the road, became very intrigued, did some Googling, and here you guys are.  Loved reading the book, want more, where should I start?  How is your weekend going?

Welcome!  Along with the already mentioned Black Iron Prison, I personally recommend Zen Without Zen Masters.  It's closer to the Principia is tone, while being a bit less subtle, and full of some great wisdom.

Also Chao te Ching is quite good, and I've heard that The Illuminatus! Trilogy is good too, though I haven't gotten to it yet (it's on my list!).

As for my weekend, well, last night I got together with my brother and my girlfriend and we went to a strange place where we were searching vehicles and abandoned houses for guns and tools and materials to build a hut to survive the night before zombies attacked in huge waves.  But I fucked up and accidentally opened the door in the middle of the night resulting in a horrific battle that only my girlfriend survived by hiding on the roof shooting the zombies with a crossbow, since apparently noise concerns make that weapon superior to my sawed off shotgun. (7 Days to Die)

I'm typing this from the afterlife, in case you are wondering.
Oh cool, what server? The server i was playing on got completely reset, everything was lost, including my home that was a cross between the tower of babel and a high security prison in a field of spikes about the half the size of that town in the middle of the map.

My brother ran his own server while we were LAN'd at his house.  I played on one of his spare computers, as mine would asplode if I tried to run anything more demanding than solitaire on this pos. Thus, I cannot play it from home.  It was quite fun though!
There's good news tonight.  And bad news.  First, the bad news: there is no good news.  Now, the good news: you don't have to listen to the bad news.
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Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
« Reply #1178 on: July 19, 2014, 12:01:06 am »
Pee Dee. One of my best friends told me about the good book and it changed my life. Call me Old Dirty Pizzle, Owen, or whatever you like. I enjoy hip hop, but I'm interested in diversifying my playlist. I'm a writer in my free time, so expect me in literate chaotic. Questions?

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Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
« Reply #1179 on: July 19, 2014, 05:32:31 am »
Pee Dee. One of my best friends told me about the good book and it changed my life. Call me Old Dirty Pizzle, Owen, or whatever you like. I enjoy hip hop, but I'm interested in diversifying my playlist. I'm a writer in my free time, so expect me in literate chaotic. Questions?

None as yet.  Welcome aboard.
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Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
« Reply #1180 on: July 19, 2014, 03:18:14 pm »
Pee Dee. One of my best friends told me about the good book and it changed my life. Call me Old Dirty Pizzle, Owen, or whatever you like. I enjoy hip hop, but I'm interested in diversifying my playlist. I'm a writer in my free time, so expect me in literate chaotic. Questions?

Hello and welcome.
What do you write?

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Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
« Reply #1181 on: July 19, 2014, 05:48:50 pm »
Hi, new guy!

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Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
« Reply #1182 on: July 20, 2014, 02:25:25 pm »
Pee Dee. One of my best friends told me about the good book and it changed my life. Call me Old Dirty Pizzle, Owen, or whatever you like. I enjoy hip hop, but I'm interested in diversifying my playlist. I'm a writer in my free time, so expect me in literate chaotic. Questions?

Hello and welcome.
What do you write?

I'm writing a 5 book science fantasy series. For now I'm calling it NAVIGATIONEM DISCORDIA: OR How I Found Goddess and What I Bought From Her With Loose Change When I Found Her. Book one is CHAOS.  Forces unknown begin to act on Earth and 3 humans and the whole world get caught up. What are these aliens motives? What will happen when the otherworldly power offered is seized? Read and find out!

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Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
« Reply #1183 on: July 20, 2014, 03:09:32 pm »
By coincidence, I'm also writing a book.  It's about a REMF with Neocon tendencies who dabbles in racism and the Pick Up Artist community, who gets banned from a forum and thinks it would be the height of wit to come back on while making a bunch of Wu-Tang Clan references and references to his own previous account, because he thinks he is so smart no-one else will get it.  And he'll show them.

Unfortunately, admins had him pegged from the moment he signed up his alt account, and he was banned and went back to furiously masturbating into a sock, in his parents basement.

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Re: Introductions, part V: Don't Say We Never Warned You.
« Reply #1184 on: July 20, 2014, 05:44:01 pm »
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