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Messages - Perennial_Man

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Interzone / Re: Trollcall
« on: August 09, 2012, 02:17:16 AM »
http://www.godhatestheworld.com/

I doubt any of these fine folk would help, they are very serious about what they do.

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Interzone / Re: Archaic video games
« on: July 25, 2012, 01:38:28 AM »
Yo! I'll just drop some excellent gamage here. All these games are fairly intelligent considering the programming.

I noticed Rome: Total War, but Sir Umbrage did not mention the fantastic Europa Barbarorum mod which totally fucking kicks ass and can be played online through ip.

The only other games I'll mention are more online real-time strategy created by the brilliant Paradox Interactive.

First up is Hearts of Iron 3. You can play out all of your zaniest Nazi fantasies if you can stop the world from destroying you.

Probably the most in-depth strategy game created, Europa Universallis 3, covers nearly the entire world from 1399 to 1820!

The final game I will share is [v2.1]]Victoria 2: Revolutions. Be the Supreme Dictator of the Confederate States of America and annex the entire Union establishment, then establish slave states through the Caribbean as you rise in status as a global power, then kick France's ass for succumbing to liberalism!

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I tried adding a good torrent for Vicky 2, but the syntax causes the link to break. http://thepiratebay.se/torrent/7004463/Victoria_II_A_House_Divided_[full_setup][v2.1] (and there again, just copypasta this whole line including "[full_setup][v2.1]" -- plus serch in piratebay for the House Divided 2.3 patch)

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Interzone / Re: How do people cure their addictions?
« on: July 22, 2012, 04:42:24 AM »
A culmination of sorts as Gandhi and this Victor Hugo. in his les Miserable the Valjean would surely have killed himself if he pondered stopping his acts in the past. As for women with puny testosterones they are basically dead.

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Interzone / Re: "The poor": kill them
« on: July 22, 2012, 01:03:12 AM »
There are so many useless regulations to "help" the poor, I'd rather be left without any government intervention. Poor folk really need to be let go. Then chaos ensues as they freak over how they can't be fed directly by food stamps and such, and then the true weeding out and enrichment of the poor strata begins.

Our regulations to help poor people are set up that to benefit, you really must have nothing to your name, and these regulations in health care, food, and job industries do nothing to alleviate any problems.

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Interzone / Re: Sociology
« on: July 21, 2012, 02:48:51 AM »
It is terrible that they generalize ancient writers. Though most people honestly think these guys are fucking dumb, but yeah, colleges need cash. The best they are is "imaginative."

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Interzone / Re: Colorado Batman Massacre
« on: July 21, 2012, 02:44:33 AM »
It is like how Gandhi once said, "It is all too easy to kill one's self."

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Interzone / Re: Love songs
« on: July 17, 2012, 11:16:32 PM »
You could probably choose Dreaming of Love off of Absurd's Facta Locuuntur. She'd probably take the music as playful punk and you could steadily indoctrinate her into NS if you're into that. For classical I'd suggest opera, though I haven't actually known any besides Gotterdammerung, but fuck if I'd know when it starts talking about love.

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Interzone / Re: Henry David Thoreau
« on: July 14, 2012, 09:20:13 AM »
'What are you doing up there?"




"What are you doing down there?"


Said Emerson to Thoreau.

Is this similar to Aristotle versus Plato? Celestial versus Earthly? Are they not ultimately the same? I hav'nt red enuff uv Emurson or Thurhoh.

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Interzone / Re: Growing up... is remembering.
« on: July 14, 2012, 09:15:46 AM »
Reflection and introspection are important parts of maturation. They are more than acts of remembering however. If I had to guess, I would offer these very actions as the method by which wisdom flowers.


Yes, what Scourge said.

Also, remember that the wisdom you gain from introspection may be valid for yourself or a few others. Understanding that few will understand you, because of this narrow insight, will do well in keeping you strong mentally and socially.

 Fuck yeah, be cautious with whom you deal with anon.

Oh! Be misunderstood for validity is only for the few.

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Interzone / Re: To Reign in Hell
« on: July 14, 2012, 09:10:52 AM »
We all know how this story started. Just as a hamster, plunged deep into the rectum of an irate AIDs faggit, tears and floods the warped bio hole, thus Satan.

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It truly is unfortunate that 77 15-20 year olds had to run in terror from one man with one pistol. I wonder how many actually tried charging Breivik to stop their friends from being murdered.

"When it comes to sexually transmitted diseases and the sexual revolution, it’s actually something that is underreported, and has created major problems in Europe. [This is a subtle and astute observation. Sex, reproduction, and the family together constitute the taproot of race and genetics.—Trans.] The ideal being upheld is to have sex with as many strangers as possible. Instead of focusing on the nuclear family, the focus is on dissolving it, and all the problems which that entails."

I hate to imagine how many children were born out of Woodstock. I think it is ridiculous that not the one veteran Marine decided it would be best to propagate his national ideals and toss a few hand grenades into the crowd there.

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Interzone / Re: Growing up... is remembering.
« on: July 10, 2012, 04:36:22 AM »
Well, to start this off, you talk funny.

Anyways, I remember being a child and it was swell. Fucking dope. I definitely was a brat though. I blame men for humanity's lack of care in society and family.

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Interzone / Re: No lawn pesticides results
« on: July 08, 2012, 09:25:45 PM »
I've been eating nearly organic meals for months now. I literally only eat broccoli, kale, spinach, beets, and cauliflower cooked in a pan of olive oil with oats, blueberries, almonds, avocado, and eggs. Two things that I'll buy non-organic are blueberries and avocado; I think they are just too nutritious and delicious. The worst thing I've been consuming is cheap whole milk which I should probably substitute with local ground beef eaten twice or thrice a week. I need to cut down on bud expenditure as I get two meals, or more often one meal, a day and my turds are fucking huge from that plant, oat, and almond fiber. It would probably help to divide my plant consumption into three meals through the day, but I've been getting used to eating a fat ton in the morning. I was really hoping for a free ride into the US military, but active duty is being neutered. I can't grow any food now though I still eat better than most retards chugging grease out of their fries. Did I mention I guzzle a half a cup of olive oil before eating?

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Interzone / Re: Poetry Time
« on: July 07, 2012, 06:55:52 PM »
http://digitalcommons.iwu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1264&context=jwprc Some thought and plenty more reference for Goethe.

Prometheus

 COVER thy spacious heavens, Zeus,
With clouds of mist,
And, like the boy who lops
The thistles' heads,
Disport with oaks and mountain-peaks,
Yet thou must leave
My earth still standing;
My cottage too, which was not raised by thee;
Leave me my hearth,
Whose kindly glow
By thee is envied.

I know nought poorer
Under the sun, than ye gods!
Ye nourish painfully,
With sacrifices
And votive prayers,
Your majesty:
Ye would e'en starve,
If children and beggars
Were not trusting fools.

While yet a child
And ignorant of life,
I turned my wandering gaze
Up tow'rd the sun, as if with him
There were an ear to hear my wailings,
A heart, like mine,
To feel compassion for distress.

Who help'd me
Against the Titans' insolence?
Who rescued me from certain death,
From slavery?
Didst thou not do all this thyself,
My sacred glowing heart?
And glowedst, young and good,
Deceived with grateful thanks
To yonder slumbering one?

I honour thee! and why?
Hast thou e'er lighten'd the sorrows
Of the heavy laden?
Hast thou e'er dried up the tears
Of the anguish-stricken?
Was I not fashion'd to be a man
By omnipotent Time,
And by eternal Fate,
Masters of me and thee?

Didst thou e'er fancy
That life I should learn to hate,
And fly to deserts,
Because not all
My blossoming dreams grew ripe?

Here sit I, forming mortals
After my image;
A race resembling me,
To suffer, to weep,
To enjoy, to be glad,
And thee to scorn,
As I!

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

I think these poems are great for the first few pages. They do sum up some fine points.

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Interzone / Re: Poetry Time
« on: July 07, 2012, 06:51:56 PM »
PROMETHEUS

by: George Gordon (Lord) Byron (1788-1824)

TITAN! to whose immortal eyes
The sufferings of mortality,
Seen in their sad reality,
Were not as things that gods despise;
What was thy pity's recompense?
A silent suffering, and intense;
The rock, the vulture, and the chain,
All that the proud can feel of pain,
The agony they do not show,
The suffocating sense of woe,
Which speaks but in its loneliness,
And then is jealous lest the sky
Should have a listener, nor will sigh
Until its voice is echoless.
 
Titan! to thee the strife was given
Between the suffering and the will,
Which torture where they cannot kill;
And the inexorable Heaven,
And the deaf tyranny of Fate,
The ruling principle of Hate,
Which for its pleasure doth create
The things it may annihilate,
Refus'd thee even the boon to die:
The wretched gift Eternity
Was thine--and thou hast borne it well.
All that the Thunderer wrung from thee
Was but the menace which flung back
On him the torments of thy rack;
The fate thou didst so well foresee,
But would not to appease him tell;
And in thy Silence was his Sentence,
And in his Soul a vain repentance,
And evil dread so ill dissembled,
That in his hand the lightnings trembled.
 
Thy Godlike crime was to be kind,
To render with thy precepts less
The sum of human wretchedness,
And strengthen Man with his own mind;
But baffled as thou wert from high,
Still in thy patient energy,
In the endurance, and repulse
Of thine impenetrable Spirit,
Which Earth and Heaven could not convulse,
A mighty lesson we inherit:
Thou art a symbol and a sign
To Mortals of their fate and force;
Like thee, Man is in part divine,
A troubled stream from a pure source;
And Man in portions can foresee
His own funereal destiny;
His wretchedness, and his resistance,
And his sad unallied existence:
To which his Spirit may oppose
Itself--and equal to all woes,
And a firm will, and a deep sense,
Which even in torture can descry
Its own concenter'd recompense,
Triumphant where it dares defy,
And making Death a Victory.

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