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Interzone / Re: Spartacus: Blood and Sand | Good or Bad?
« on: December 29, 2010, 11:07:14 PM »
its mostly a soft-core porn

Interzone / Re: subtle hints of sex in classic literature
« on: December 16, 2010, 07:26:17 PM »
Actually, I also believe there are hints that Stepan Trofimovich molested Shatov when he was his tutor; the hints were very peculiar and their "close" relationship.  Pyotor was my favorite character, mainly because of his skill of manipulation and his cold calculating decisions; he could have went very high in society but instead chose to crush it.  Dostoevsky's use of realism is almost over-whelming, its like he's bashing you in the face with his literature over and over again and you can't help but ask for more, no romanticism what-so-ever.


Interzone / subtle hints of sex in classic literature
« on: December 14, 2010, 08:54:58 AM »
I have been reading, "Possessed", by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, which is a work of genius and I recommend it; my favorite character being Pyotor Stepanovich who charms and manipulates an influential family to cause havoc in the aristocracy.  Anyways, this is not just a topic on this one book, but in many classics and the use of subtle hints of sex.  In this particular book though, if you may, you can skim through this http://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/d/dostoyevsky/d72p/chapter18.html, if you don't mind mild spoilers, to look at very subtle hints but obvious hints of sex.  Sometimes when reading classic literature, you can second guess yourself, but then if you look deeper and feel your first reaction, you will understand that it is actually right.  I find this interesting and worth posting about because it seems compared to more modern literature, it is deeper and more in-depth, reaches to your core; but that may be just Dostoyevsky.  Anways, to conclude this topic and not ramble, if you read a classic book, and you come across a segment that brings any sex to your mind, even though it is not explicit or obvious, it is most likely true, and also has more of an effect on the reader.  I also would enjoy some opinions and your knowledge on this topic. Good day

Interzone / Re: Good popular music
« on: December 10, 2010, 08:25:04 PM »
early pink floyd

Drummers are usually inter-changable, i know many respected metal bands that has a drummer that listens or plays metal-core

Interzone / Re: Bring back the traditional Duel
« on: December 01, 2010, 01:07:35 PM »

3) Read the novel Effie Briest, or any-other adultery related novel in the last century of duels (the 19th century). Sure, modern society blows ass, but at-least a few of neanderthal policies like dueling are no-more: atheist-burning, smoking in buildings.. etc.

I have most of my small knowledge of duels because of 19th century literature, and most of the duels that took place in these books were not adultery related.  Though, I believe Pushkin died in a duel because of something related to adultery.  When I read these books, neanderthal is the last-thing on my mind. I believe honor can be defined, though it has been distorted over the years, and it was something that held a society together.  I lot of things are not definable, does that mean it loses its validness?

Metal / Re: Proof that new Behemoth is essentially pop music
« on: November 26, 2010, 10:57:40 PM »
A "metal" band that does as many photo-shoots as behemoth loses its validity, not counting the servile riffs for popularity and a woman fan-base

Metal / Re: Heathenism and Metal
« on: November 26, 2010, 10:47:26 PM »
 I'm quite sure many metal-heads had the same interests as children even before discovering metal; Castles, dying in battle, histories of battles and ancient beliefs, etc etc...it was an escape from such a boring society, but with metal, it transcends dreams and puts it into action

Interzone / Re: Enthusiasm for sports
« on: November 26, 2010, 10:29:12 PM »
I guess it does make sense, I'm quite sure Roman citizens talked about the happenings at the Coliseum as much as the weather.  I think the commercializiation of sports is what turns me off the most, if a pro football team loses they still make millions and that loses its appeal to me

Interzone / Re: Are we freaks? Are they freaks?
« on: November 26, 2010, 10:21:00 PM »
People have been the same, I remember reading Kierkegaard published diaries and he looked at society in the same light; neither us are freaks, we just play specific roles as "thinkers"

Interzone / Bring back the traditional Duel
« on: November 26, 2010, 10:14:03 PM »
 I believe bringing back the European tradition of Dueling would benefit society immensely and should be exempt from the law.  Men had a more respectful and civil behavior toward one another; you defame ones character or honor, be prepared to put your life on it.  There would be less cowardly smart-asses for sure and bring back the warrior code of honor, so maybe..their would be less back-stabbing and other cowardly acts. 

Interzone / Enthusiasm for sports
« on: November 22, 2010, 05:05:44 PM »
I don't understand peoples immense enthusiasm for sports; it seems the talk comes about as much as weather, and the worshipping of teams and the rituals that come along with that baffles me, I don't know how people can be so concerned with "their" team.  And when people go on about a certain player like a peasant talking about the King

Metal / Francisco de la Torre
« on: November 15, 2010, 01:43:53 PM »
I came across this renaissance poet/musician on accident and I must say I love it!  Any thoughts or suggestions similiar to this music would be appreciated..


Metal / Re: Long Hair in metal.
« on: November 15, 2010, 11:10:04 AM »
I keep mine short for easy maintenance.  I have tried to grow out my hair but it just looks trashy so i get rid of it

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