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Messages - Perennial_Man

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Interzone / Re: Building brains biochemistry
« on: February 03, 2013, 08:57:24 PM »
I feel "head high" eating good meat after being hungry for a while. Nutrition, "food," is just so natural. It is always noticeable to feel energized after going without, though it really must be important to get those fats and amino acids from meat. I truly feel a sensation within my head after a good pork plate. I feel carnivorous, vigorous after eating meat.

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Interzone / Re: There's hope.
« on: January 17, 2013, 09:34:52 PM »
A ex/repulsion of all society. Hope to get better.

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It is healthy to smash what is broke. If feeding off of a disgusting society is wrong, I'lll die without being without it.

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Metal / Re: Solos
« on: January 17, 2013, 09:27:58 PM »
Nicolo(someone tell me how to make accents on keyboard) Paganini's caprices are fucking excellent. Hessians round the world wish they could improvise with their music as best as Paganini does in concert, and with a single instrument does he extrapolate past his finished work!

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Interzone / Re: Winter reviews
« on: January 09, 2013, 04:19:22 AM »
HAAAH. to man's discontent

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Interzone / In-order to think as I do
« on: January 09, 2013, 04:07:29 AM »
I must must be me,

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Interzone / Re: Musical Hallucinations
« on: December 25, 2012, 10:30:55 PM »
Have you considered focusing on an artistic path in life? I recall binging on epic Greek poetry and way late renaissance stuff for a week and my inner dialogue was much more affluent. Good poetry just rolls well and like Goethe stressed, holds an eternal spring to connect generations. I could probably pick out any one of Goethe's works and find something eternal and definitely European(virile) within those few genius sentences.

You should definitely tell your girlfriends about this, automatic adoration points.

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Interzone / Re: Connecticut Shooting
« on: December 16, 2012, 11:20:19 PM »
have a nurturing wife

Men will be in constant warfare keeping those numbers down which would keep our women at a good dozen ratio or so.

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Interzone / Re: Connecticut Shooting
« on: December 15, 2012, 08:06:12 PM »
Leave it to an asspie to start a new genre of shooting spree.

That's how most people will look at it. Just another "episode" in the unique genre of their lives. Time to go back to work.

Hopefully for the middle class white man, this will seriously attack at him and make him question just how much is each American "with us."

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Interzone / Re: baroque composer recommendations
« on: December 13, 2012, 06:40:37 AM »
Lookin' fer Bach. See there.

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Interzone / Re: Progress failed
« on: December 11, 2012, 04:45:34 AM »
http://plasticbottlerecycling.blogspot.com/2012/03/2.html

"Even microscopic plankton in the North East Pacific have been found to have particles of plastic in their system. [4] In addition to the amount of plastic toxins leeching into oceans through ground water and plastics breaking down at sea, the process of bioaccumulation has the toxins present plastic traveling up the marine food chain."

What would be known as cancer. A rather blaring aspect of modernity. People are going to fall hard on their next ten years.

I am quite positive that many people will transition well to a more natural sense of stress, mostly from hunger anyways. Virtu is making a comeback.

As for our plastic, I bet it makes a nasty plasma you don't want in your lungs. If anything can be let to waste, they are the polluted corpses of our epic space battles.

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Metal / Re: First metal album
« on: December 06, 2012, 04:03:27 AM »
Fun thread.

I think Metallica turned a head for most people. Kill 'em All and half of Master of Puppets really made me tune in. The rest of faux Metal washed over me from countless sources. I mainly forced my way through bands that close friends liked. Disturbed stuck around pretending to compete, but it always ended boring me, plus they looked like fags. Glamtera sorry to say had one or two songs which I enjoyed repeating the lyrics as they blasted their load.

It wasn't until a year or so afterwards I first absorbed Metal as Slayer. Reign in Blood, competing among the clicks and clacks of my friend's obsession, Guitar NerdHero, fucking blew me away. Something so minimalist and powerful, becoming my favorite single out of a collection of Megadeth and Metallica which survived the faux shit storm.

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Metal / Re: Belial
« on: November 28, 2012, 11:08:56 PM »
Belial the Lord is interesting. How the band portray Wisdom of Darkness with Belial as Lord alongside the rise of humanity, Hekate portrayed with a sword, a plate, a jug, torch, and snakes right here see, and finally Christ's corruption by who knows what. I read somewhere that Christ agrees with Satan. I don't remember it's context. I don't think of Christ much (cause I certainly ain't fucking Christ or his offspring), but I try not to think of him as being humanist and expecting every little person to get to heaven.

Sounds evil music.

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Interzone / Greek Literature
« on: November 28, 2012, 04:57:41 PM »
The Iliad never ended. Maybe I read an abridged volume, though many parts of the Homeric epics have been lost. Sophocles had his play about Ajax, so there must be much more text about Troy even if it is faithful fan-fiction.

What are good sources for a more complete narrative of Troy? I am particularly interested in the Death of Achilles.

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A poor person in poverty and a noble in poverty are very different things. Silly gadgets don't make a noble person. Liberals upholding wasteful use of technology discredit their theories as they believe people have rights to anything, or rather, some things.

Most people would live wholly agrarian roles and benefit from it, or do people rather enjoy living in insignificance among dead and gray cities? Children are the true value of any of us. Further than any industrialist society upholds workers, a traditional life creates something far more lasting.

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