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Interzone / Behave like neurotypicals
« on: May 09, 2012, 10:02:04 PM »
It is clear, Necro, that you have joined this forum to stir things up and share your view. And while this may be an internet forum, I am surprised by the lack of respect or manners you seem to display.

I will tell you something of myself and not be afraid. I was born and raised in a small Italian town and came to America 20 years or so ago. I am 31 and have been a metalhead since age 15. I have worked hard everyday of my life to enjoy the things I love most: biking, weightlifting, craft beer, metal music. I am physically in shape and also am a musician since 14, classically trained as well. While none of this makes me special or better, it does give you an insight into just one of the Hessians here.

I see where you come from in bashing us, because it has taken me years to understand the breadth of what this forum offers. You have an ideal that we are idiots and stupid for believing in what we do. But we have said we are not perfect and that is one step closer to being a better man, and even more so a better human.

What I would like to know is what you believe in, what your life has taught you, and with this respect and honor can be understand between us.

And if this is a troll then hey I let some steam off for the day!

Cheers with a Weyerbacher Tiny Imperial Stout!

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Metal / Re: Hipster Metal
« on: May 09, 2012, 02:08:58 AM »
where is the balls of some people to stick up for what you believe?

Believe in what, exactly? I'm sorry but "Yeaaaaah, fuckin' metaaalll! \m/_ ( > . < ) _\m/  *growling noises* UUUUUURRRRRGH *metal claw gesture*" is not a belief system.

Nightspirit, I'll get back to you a bit later.

Sadly you just proved the point as you just casually brushed it off.

I would and probably  those here as well, would like to know what you stand for and what your life has taught you, because dude, in my world, unless you tell me that you are physically.mentally, and spiritually strong, I believe you can not understand the pain and suffering that many endure. My life has taught me to be strong and to look deeper in most things that others may not have done.

I do not believe in "fuck yeah metal". I believe in the creativity it takes, the artistry, the spirit of not compromising. The "metal claw" is actually taken from my country as the cornuto dispelling "malocchio" the evil eye.

There is so much more to metal then you can believe or imagine, and because you dispel it does not make it less so. You yourself would really have to have balls to say that to someone IN PERSON.  I mean this in a humble manner because if you walked to some one and said"hey dude metal is shit and so is the belief in it" NECKS could be snapped in an instant if you do not take measure in who you say that to. It is a fair warning

Yes, I had a couple of fantastic beers tonight so I am a little brave, but sincerely  I speak  from my heart and mind. Be careful what you do and say because I seen death handed out too easy over the littlest of things, my friend.


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Interzone / Re: American: The Domesticated Monkey
« on: May 09, 2012, 01:54:05 AM »
Vous parlez raison pour laquelle mon ami.

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Metal / Re: Hipster Metal
« on: May 08, 2012, 01:32:27 PM »
So true, Nightspirit! It is why those who try to ignore the obvious will always argue with us, because they themselves are afraid to stand up for themselves and look at metal as more then entertainment. I have been a hessian for 17 years now, and have frequented this board for 11 years. I will value even  the most ridiculous, but I will not waver. I believe this new generation is not used to strong spirited people, because they see us as stubborn.

This is also a reason "hipster" metal or what you will call it, is sickening. Hipsters by nature take other aspects of culture and make it their own all the while being ironic and rude.  I have seen this in person and it is shameful.

A simple point to drive home: where is the balls of some people to stick up for what you believe? There is some and those who do are tormented by others as being pricks or idiots. That boggles my mind. I am ranting a little I know but I hope you understand my points.

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Metal / Re: Averse Sefira Breakup!?
« on: May 08, 2012, 01:20:18 PM »
Excellent band, and I do have fond memories when Wrath posted on the forum( same as Corey and Jason from Acerbus, and Antti from Demilich) 10 cycles ago! Knowing when to quit is better then hanging on to a thread and I would rather lose a great group then receive ten more in its place!

All Hail Averse Sefira!

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Interzone / Re: Black Women Less Attractive.
« on: April 26, 2012, 06:50:02 PM »


Fuck yeah New York.




Good to know that your an Up Stater! I lived in Lewis County, in Lowville, and frequently went to the Southern Tier to enjoy my family's land. One thing I miss is the maple syrup, and since my grandfather made it for 60 plus years, I have learned a thing or two about it!

Cincinatus
http://www.ilovethefingerlakes.com/rivers/images/Otselic-1339-Rt23Bridge.001


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Metal / Re: Eric Hoffman to sodomize Glen Benton and Steve Asheim
« on: April 18, 2012, 02:18:44 PM »
I for sure would not mess with Eric. The man is massive in size and strength! I wonder what Glen has to say about this...

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Interzone / Re: New venture
« on: April 14, 2012, 09:11:43 PM »
It surely gives me a chuckle! I mean I am far from this aspie movment as can be! I suppose you can call me a sort of Mussolini but refined. I love public speaking and giving folks the proper push they need!

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Metal / Re: Demoncy - Enthroned is the Night
« on: March 22, 2012, 04:49:46 PM »
I actually have only spun this a few times, and I will have the urge to spin this again and really give it a listen. I enjoyed this falling asleep.

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Interzone / Re: Open forum
« on: March 16, 2012, 02:11:11 PM »
Sorry man. Pretty sure the head scratching thing is Aspie. Like the arm flapping thing.

That was a good one! And so is the extreme muscle building too! :P

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Interzone / Re: Open forum
« on: March 15, 2012, 12:55:15 AM »
I still am scratching my head about this "aspie" subject because for me I am far from it personally. I engage socially and I could never see myself not. But I do enjoy the quite times in the woods or trips but this is another subject all together...

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Metal / Vermin cover
« on: March 13, 2012, 01:37:43 PM »
It has been awhile since I said fuck it all, and do a cover, despite mistakes and not having it over produced.

Thus I present my rough and sick cover of Vermin. Enjoy and then go kill!

http://youtu.be/NOiWOa1M-FM

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Interzone / Re: How to get brutally strong
« on: March 10, 2012, 03:16:53 PM »
Ah, that is the problem eating to your full. Even if you do have a high metabolism, you still want to eat small meals throughout the day. In your case Mithrandir, you want to gain weight, more specifically, muscle. Weight training does not necessarily make you lose weight, but more so the cardio. Protein will be your friend here. Drink plenty of water to help push the protein through. Eating complex carbs in the morning will help. Eat simple carbs, after a workout to boost your sugars. This is the only time simple carbs are really effective. I could always ask my trainer any other advice for you as I am not too informed in gaining weight, as in losing it. 

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Interzone / Re: How to get brutally good at guitar
« on: March 10, 2012, 01:38:04 PM »
You could not be more right on this subject matter. How you approach the guitar is the first step. Sure, you want to slay the masses with riffs from hell, but you can not do that for long if you fade away.

I am making it a habit to train my forearms, too so I can have more muscle there and then control.

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Interzone / Re: How to get brutally strong
« on: March 09, 2012, 09:49:04 PM »
I do carb cycling every four days. For me, I need 150 grams protein, 40-60 grams carbs, and 100 grams of healthy fats. Then carb day is 150 grams protein, 300 grams carbs and less then 20 grams fat. Very challenging this day.

I have finally been able to have a really intense session with my trainer, as before he was coming up with my regimen and nutrition guide. This work out was fucking tough, I will not deny this, but the results are amazing even after the one session. I feel if I keep up this rhythm of aggressive training, I will see better results. Genetically I am very adapt to gaining muscle so results will come easier, but this is not say without hard work. My trainer said you have to use that heavy weight and this is what creates strength.

I have done to this point, for 9 bike rides around 49 miles. Body fat is an issue with my body type, though I hide it well.

Training the areas that are weakest in strength and appearance is key. I personally use the goal of the Grecian ideal, and a little of the Steve Reeves look.

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