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The Flood / Re: I'm not high you're high
« on: Today at 10:15:23 AM »
I wish, I'm just depressed.

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The Flood / Re: There will be Spartan II's in Ready Player One
« on: February 16, 2018, 09:02:10 PM »
I don't see how that has any effect on it's writing though.

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The Flood / Re: Why are young white men so emotionally brittle now?
« on: February 16, 2018, 05:19:20 AM »
Right leaning, young white men, at least in my experience, are some of the biggest professional victims in society today, constantly accusing just about any civil rights movement of oppression because they aren't center stage for once.

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Serious / Re: I change my mind
« on: February 15, 2018, 08:16:31 PM »
I was actually kidding about all that leftism stuff im a facsist now. im racist
I mean you can totally be on the right and be against authoritarianism.
No such thing as right-wing dictatorship. Right-wing supports limited government.
That's a gross oversimplification of the political spectrum, the right has always been for maintaining the status quo, the left has always been anti-status quo. The left has anti-authoritarian ideologies, such as Anarcho-Communism, Anarcho-Syndicalism, which are against all authority and the like, and the right has ideologies such as Anarcho-Capitalism, which is against government but for corporate control.
The notion of a political spectrum in the current year is brainlet-fodder.

If you were to say the concept of a spectrum is a spook
Firstly I'm going to have to tell you that you have an understanding of that phrase inconsistent with Stirner. Spooks dictate your behavior. The political spectrum is simply an anachronistic idea.

The notion of a coherent left-right spectrum outside of the context of revolutionary-era France is indefensible. The idea refers very specifically to the arrangement of the french national assembly. The factional arrangement itself was rejected by the so-called "right" who were generally opposed to the formation of political parties, they simply sat where they did to avoid jeers and autistic screeching from the "leftists" through safety in numbers.

Any use of the spectrum outside of this context is, again, brainletism.

Eh, it's more a meme to call everything a spook at this point, I have an understanding of the term in it's actual use though, yes.

That's a bit of an immature explanation of events there.

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Serious / Re: I change my mind
« on: February 15, 2018, 05:24:33 PM »
I was actually kidding about all that leftism stuff im a facsist now. im racist
I mean you can totally be on the right and be against authoritarianism.
No such thing as right-wing dictatorship. Right-wing supports limited government.
That's a gross oversimplification of the political spectrum, the right has always been for maintaining the status quo, the left has always been anti-status quo. The left has anti-authoritarian ideologies, such as Anarcho-Communism, Anarcho-Syndicalism, which are against all authority and the like, and the right has ideologies such as Anarcho-Capitalism, which is against government but for corporate control.
The notion of a political spectrum in the current year is brainlet-fodder.

If you were to say the concept of a spectrum is a spook, I'd agree, however; when referring to the concepts of left and right it's the most accurate measurement.

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Serious / Re: I change my mind
« on: February 15, 2018, 04:01:39 PM »
I was actually kidding about all that leftism stuff im a facsist now. im racist
I mean you can totally be on the right and be against authoritarianism.
No such thing as right-wing dictatorship. Right-wing supports limited government.

That's a gross oversimplification of the political spectrum, the right has always been for maintaining the status quo, the left has always been anti-status quo. The left has anti-authoritarian ideologies, such as Anarcho-Communism, Anarcho-Syndicalism, which are against all authority and the like, and the right has ideologies such as Anarcho-Capitalism, which is against government but for corporate control.

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Serious / Re: I change my mind
« on: February 15, 2018, 11:51:57 AM »
Anarcho-Communist
Isn't this like an oxymoron?
No, it's a genuine and highly thought out ideology, I hope you aren't one of those "Socialism is when the government does stuff" types. As Communism, in it's truest form, is stateless.
How is it possible to achieve true communism without the state intervening? Considering the fact that millions of people wouldn't go along with it.

All Communism is, is community controlled means of production. With people giving according to their ability, and receiving according to their needs. Tyrants like Stalin ruled in state capitalism and called it communism.
Geez, when you reduce complex ideologies down like that you can make almost anything sound appealing.
i challenge you to make capitalism sound appealing
I just bought a loaf of bread.

Imagine actually being content with a system that forces you to slave under the rich to simply live. In a glorious Anarchist society, our bread is plentiful and shared fairly.

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Serious / Re: I change my mind
« on: February 15, 2018, 10:57:00 AM »
Anarcho-Communist
Isn't this like an oxymoron?

No, it's a genuine and highly thought out ideology, I hope you aren't one of those "Socialism is when the government does stuff" types. As Communism, in it's truest form, is stateless.
How is it possible to achieve true communism without the state intervening? Considering the fact that millions of people wouldn't go along with it.

All Communism is, is community controlled means of production. With people giving according to their ability, and receiving according to their needs. Tyrants like Stalin ruled in state capitalism and called it communism.
Geez, when you reduce complex ideologies down like that you can make almost anything sound appealing.

"All fascism is, is a disciplined and ordered society where criminality is non-existent"

Implementing communism is a bit more complicated than 'community controlled means of production', and you know it. How many more botched attempts at true communism™ does it take for Marxists to realise that it simply fails at facilitating resources efficiently.

That's because the concept of Communism is broader than you think evidently.

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Serious / Re: I change my mind
« on: February 15, 2018, 10:55:51 AM »
Anarcho-Communist
Isn't this like an oxymoron?

No, it's a genuine and highly thought out ideology, I hope you aren't one of those "Socialism is when the government does stuff" types. As Communism, in it's truest form, is stateless.
How is it possible to achieve true communism without the state intervening? Considering the fact that millions of people wouldn't go along with it.

All Communism is, is community controlled means of production. With people giving according to their ability, and receiving according to their needs. Tyrants like Stalin ruled in state capitalism and called it communism.
Yeah I understand that point, but I'm thinking practically here. If millions of people would reject that way of living, if they would refuse to accept and go along with it, then the state would have to force them to go along with it or force them out of society through tyranny.

tbh (and I'm not saying this is what you're doing, I don't know you well enough) I think any vision of utopia is directly pursued through naivety. Perhaps unless and until we discover an over-unity method of creating energy and in turn create over-abundance for our society. If we actually manage to reach the technological singularity, for instance, and it doesn't end up bringing about our extinction, then I think the pursuit of utopia might be more plausible. But only if, and this is a very huge if, (((human nature))) doesn't intervene again. After-all, people revel in danger and hardship. To so many, life is meaningless without struggle against something in some form. Without any struggle ever, I'm not certain a human can find meaning in living tbh. I'm just not wise enough to know and probably never will be.

The human nature argument always puzzled me, it's fairly obvious human nature is a result of surroundings, of nurture over nature for the most part, and so in a Capitalist society, people are selfish, as that is what the system rewards. Whereas a lot of people I know with anti-capitalist views are generally considerably kinder and more accepting/helpful.

I'm an Anarchist, and so I believe in abolishing the state, for freedom of all people, people telling you how to live and what to live for is an inherently oppressive thing. People want freedom.
"Capitalism" is a pure expression of human nature. There's a reason no other system ever lasts. Communism, fascism, whatever.

Some studies have shown that humans are actually significantly more empathetic and kind than you'd think. I don't agree that Capitalism is the only way.

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Serious / Re: I change my mind
« on: February 15, 2018, 09:36:35 AM »
Anarcho-Communist
Isn't this like an oxymoron?

No, it's a genuine and highly thought out ideology, I hope you aren't one of those "Socialism is when the government does stuff" types. As Communism, in it's truest form, is stateless.
How is it possible to achieve true communism without the state intervening? Considering the fact that millions of people wouldn't go along with it.

All Communism is, is community controlled means of production. With people giving according to their ability, and receiving according to their needs. Tyrants like Stalin ruled in state capitalism and called it communism.
Yeah I understand that point, but I'm thinking practically here. If millions of people would reject that way of living, if they would refuse to accept and go along with it, then the state would have to force them to go along with it or force them out of society through tyranny.

tbh (and I'm not saying this is what you're doing, I don't know you well enough) I think any vision of utopia is directly pursued through naivety. Perhaps unless and until we discover an over-unity method of creating energy and in turn create over-abundance for our society. If we actually manage to reach the technological singularity, for instance, and it doesn't end up bringing about our extinction, then I think the pursuit of utopia might be more plausible. But only if, and this is a very huge if, (((human nature))) doesn't intervene again. After-all, people revel in danger and hardship. To so many, life is meaningless without struggle against something in some form. Without any struggle ever, I'm not certain a human can find meaning in living tbh. I'm just not wise enough to know and probably never will be.

The human nature argument always puzzled me, it's fairly obvious human nature is a result of surroundings, of nurture over nature for the most part, and so in a Capitalist society, people are selfish, as that is what the system rewards. Whereas a lot of people I know with anti-capitalist views are generally considerably kinder and more accepting/helpful.

I'm an Anarchist, and so I believe in abolishing the state, for freedom of all people, people telling you how to live and what to live for is an inherently oppressive thing. People want freedom.

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Serious / Re: I change my mind
« on: February 15, 2018, 09:05:40 AM »
Anarcho-Communist
Isn't this like an oxymoron?

No, it's a genuine and highly thought out ideology, I hope you aren't one of those "Socialism is when the government does stuff" types. As Communism, in it's truest form, is stateless.
How is it possible to achieve true communism without the state intervening? Considering the fact that millions of people wouldn't go along with it.

All Communism is, is community controlled means of production. With people giving according to their ability, and receiving according to their needs. Tyrants like Stalin ruled in state capitalism and called it communism.

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Serious / Re: I change my mind
« on: February 14, 2018, 10:04:29 PM »
Anarcho-Communist
Isn't this like an oxymoron?

No, it's a genuine and highly thought out ideology, I hope you aren't one of those "Socialism is when the government does stuff" types. As Communism, in it's truest form, is stateless.

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The Flood / Re: The 17th school shooting since February 2017 happened today
« on: February 14, 2018, 09:36:26 PM »

PICKLE RICKERS IN THE HOUSE TONIGHT
Also this is fake, apparently he's antifa so lefties are fake posting in full force.

The left doesn't need to make anything up, an alarming amount of school shooters recently have been self-proclaimed far-right.
Ill dig up some pics later but the kid was a registered democrat, who posted pro Islam posts of their instagram. This got deleted almost instantly after the event and a fake account was posted one post showing a dead frog and the other as Challys pic above. None with his face.

Seems fishy to me.

Democrat =/= Antifa

I also find it somewhat strange you're so skeptical of him being politically right-wing and yet so accepting of him being left-wing, just an observation.

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Serious / Re: I change my mind
« on: February 14, 2018, 09:33:50 PM »
We need that Anarcho-Communist revolution already, we've been discussing it for decades.

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The Flood / Re: The 17th school shooting since February 2017 happened today
« on: February 14, 2018, 09:30:18 PM »

PICKLE RICKERS IN THE HOUSE TONIGHT
Also this is fake, apparently he's antifa so lefties are fake posting in full force.

The left doesn't need to make anything up, an alarming amount of school shooters recently have been self-proclaimed far-right.

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The Flood / Re: ♥ ♥ ♥ Happy Valentines day! ♥ ♥ ♥
« on: February 14, 2018, 05:15:33 PM »

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Gaming / Re: Videogame screenshots V2
« on: February 14, 2018, 05:14:15 PM »
Fallout; TTW (3 and NV together)


"Bruh"


That dialogue is actual poetry.

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The Flood / Re: stockings, pantyhose or leggings?
« on: February 13, 2018, 06:10:29 PM »
Leggings are super comfortable, stockings look great, and pantyhose are like a mix between those two, so I'll go with that.

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The Flood / Re: "Meat is for Pussies"
« on: February 13, 2018, 03:15:37 PM »
I am trying to give up meat.

No beef or pork, but chicken is too hard to resist.

Just remember meat only taste good because of the seasoning/curing it goes through post-harvest. If you repeat the same process with something like tofu it tastes excellent as well. There's nothing inherently good tasting about animal carcass.
I eat everything raw. i.e unseasoned. I let the food add flavour to itself.

Unless you're buying all of your meat directly from the guy who killed the cow, it's been flavoured already. Why do you think it tastes so good?
if this is flavoured, then holy shit what does it takes like raw?

Chicken on its own is literally chewy rubber.

Yeah, violently butchered creatures taste bad. Who would have thought?
What're you trying to imitate Verbatim for? Everything you find good-tasting has a reason for tasting so good. If animals tasted like crap, there'd be no reason for traditional families' menus to be so reliant on meat. It's on the menu because it tastes good because it provides a lot of nutrients.

Have you ever tried meat that isn't seasoned and/or altered in some way? It tastes awful in my opinion, although I'm not really a big meat-eater to begin with.

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Mark Hamill and Henry Rollins off the top of my head.

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The Flood / Re: Tom vs Jerry
« on: February 13, 2018, 11:52:25 AM »
Jerry always came out on top, but we were all rooting for Tom.

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Thank you. This was enlightening, true intellectualism is alive and well evidently.

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It's not exactly small, but I'd have to go with the Normandy SR2.

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The Flood / Re: "Meat is for Pussies"
« on: February 13, 2018, 06:26:25 AM »


Everyone knows a bread only diet is the only respectable avenue to take.

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Gaming / Re: Is DOOM (2016) going to get a sequel?
« on: February 13, 2018, 06:22:20 AM »
Never really got around to playing DOOM, at least not properly. It felt good, but there wasn't much keeping me coming back or even really interested in the first place, Wolfenstein on the other hand; who doesn't love killing Nazis?

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The Flood / Re: Why does the DCEU suck so badly?
« on: February 13, 2018, 06:17:27 AM »
They tried to rush the characters in instead of slowly introducing and developing them. Not too much of a fan of Marvel anymore either though, they've become way too formulaic and soulless for my tastes.

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I don't think the police should have anywhere near the authority society gives them, the ability to take lives with little to no repercussions. Not to mention the fascistic undertones of the system.

But the shooting of Daniel Shaver made some of my acquaintances preaching the "ACAB" ideology seem like the sane ones for once, better than ignoring the issues and pretending everything is okay at the very least.

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The Flood / Re: How strongly do you feel emotions?
« on: February 12, 2018, 07:29:16 PM »
My anti-depressants pretty much sedate me, the only thing I feel is depression for the most part. A feeling where I'd give anything to cry plagues me too much.

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Gaming / Re: Post your gunfu.
« on: February 12, 2018, 07:17:31 PM »


Headshot. Machine.

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The Flood / Re: there is ONE good paul joseph watson video
« on: February 12, 2018, 03:37:48 PM »
Just like a lot of reactionaries, the videos are somewhat entertaining from an absurdist perspective, if you ignore the fact these are real people, it just seems so outlandish. It's a depressing realization they are unironic.

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