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Messages - Thamuz

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Metal / Re: Have Incantation sold out?
« on: May 06, 2010, 03:14:46 AM »
But, but, but it makes us feel better about ourselves and disguises the fact that we do very little wonderful things ourselves....

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What exactly would you say would be conclusive evidence of the existence of God?
Your question is not answerable. It's a non-question.

I mean, there is no framework or basis for the question in the first place. It's just a random question, in my eyes.

I can define God in your sentence however I like.

Same goes with existence.

Same goes with conclusive.

I always thought that nihilism provided a bullshit filter for reality, or at least how Stars put it 'a conceptual indifference.' Obviously not.

As I said before, this argument is just semantics and word games. It's an embarrassment that has "formally" been conducted in Western thought for well over 2500 years. Grown men who have nothing better to do but argue about something that I do not even think directly affects their life-span on earth in any meaningful way outside of their own fantasties, ulterior motives and other such "reasons."

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That's because the logical onus of proof isn't on non-existence.

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Evolution is real; it is the hand of God.
Are you trying to suggest that Maradona had / has something to do with Evolution?

The wisest thing I ever read on the internet was by a guy called Scorpio.

It said something to the effect of 'all arguments are non-arguments unless at first the participants can clearly define and understand all of the terminology used."

Pretty much sums this thread up, although Stars... argues this up much better than I could, or at least could be bothered doing at this point.

The most surprising thing about the new ANUSian views (more backflips than a politician) are that they are pretty much starting to invert what they were years ago. I do not remember any ANUSian God in 2002. But honestly, this is the way of "intellectualism", silly word games and pedantry, very little real achievement or learning.

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Metal / Re: ARE YOU TALKIN TO ME? Riffs
« on: April 30, 2010, 07:54:09 AM »
O-p-e-t-h

Great word filter btw!

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Metal / Pantera Riffs
« on: April 29, 2010, 08:43:14 AM »
Minor detail; but Razor might fit on your list too.

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Metal / Pantera Riffs
« on: April 29, 2010, 03:22:29 AM »
Yeah, but for me that's still quite a way from liking the actual riffs.

I mainly added the facetious Pantera quip in because in a few cases I've seen ANUS reviews bash a band because they sound like Pantera (even if that couldn't be further from the truth). I think there was an At The Gates thread along these lines somewhere.

How come there isn't a word filter on Pantera, yet there is for certain other well-hated bands that start with O?

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Metal / Pantera Riffs
« on: April 28, 2010, 11:59:09 PM »
New stuff is full of Pantera riffs though!
we don't mind the riffs.
Can someone confirm - official back-flip or personal opinion?

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Interzone / Re: How ANUS has impacted my sense of humor
« on: April 28, 2010, 02:59:20 AM »
I cannot help but call anything I do not like a Pantera rip-off.

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Metal / Re: Summoning - Depressive as hell
« on: April 27, 2010, 11:51:13 PM »
Summoning has started to sound really artificial and plastic to me lately, it's probably the production. This means all material (barring Lugburz). I don't think I dislike them fully, as there's still a decent spirit if you get past it. New stuff is full of Pantera riffs though!

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Interzone / Re: Partial truths
« on: April 22, 2010, 03:30:20 AM »
ANUS isn't the solution to the world's problems, but without it you ain't shit!

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Metal / Have Incantation sold out?
« on: April 18, 2010, 11:23:17 PM »
Dark Legions Archives - regurgitating itself out of the ANUS

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Metal / Re: From the Dept. of Things That Make No Sense: RABM
« on: March 29, 2010, 11:29:04 PM »
How'd you come up with that?

I basically said that they've rehashed an article view much done in the past, and added a flash new genre title in it to keep it fresh.

I just thought it was lazy.

No need to mention my skull.

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Metal / Re: From the Dept. of Things That Make No Sense: RABM
« on: March 29, 2010, 02:28:55 AM »
The only new part of the article to me was the buzz word "RABM." I guess it's more controversial that way.

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You belief in something, therefore you make music that sings its praises and uses its opposite to illustrate why it is good.
I don't think this is grammatically correct either... trival point, but I'm sure someone would like it pointed out so they can fix it.

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Metal / Re: From the Dept. of Things That Make No Sense: RABM
« on: March 29, 2010, 01:58:07 AM »
I'd never heard of RABM before this thread, and I still don't really see any evidence of its existence other than in some very small, insular circles.

One thing is for sure, ANUS.com jumped right on the bandwagon and wrote up a derogatory article about someone else's fantasy world.

Amazing series of events.

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