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Metal / Re: New Impaled Nazarene [Die In Holland]
« on: November 10, 2013, 12:35:16 AM »
Legal euthanasia? Dunno.

Interzone / Re: Misanthropy
« on: November 10, 2013, 12:29:52 AM »
I wonder what you're doing to your cats.

Interzone / Re: Defining 'Civilization'.
« on: November 09, 2013, 11:49:46 PM »
Further confirmation that neo-conservatism shares the mentality of Marxism.

78.56 percent of death metal musicians are autistic.

And 100% of people on this forum are autistic.

Interzone / Re: Misanthropy
« on: November 09, 2013, 11:21:31 PM »
If it weren't for humans the universe couldn't observe itself.

First off, humans are not the universe.

Humans can observe the universe, but so can cats, dogs, chickens, and squirrels.

Humans can think about the universe.

But that serves nobody but the humans.

Your claim that cats can't fall in love is ridiculous.

As to symphonies, cats have no need for a symphony. Every moment is a symphony for them.

Humans use music/art as a surrogate activity to reconnect themselves to their severed link with reality.

Cats are always in reality.


Interzone / Re: How's it going?
« on: November 09, 2013, 11:10:24 PM »
Google Translatese:

Thanks for letting Trystero express myself in my native language .
I have seen great changes in Metal Hall , I took some time here , came sporadically (sporadic ), my first arrival in this site by chance , as I was going down junkie mp3 music , listening heavily and do not , then my more active participation here was Audiofile section , so not comment much , by the limitation of language, I think I liked a bit more as it was before the visual aspect , but do not complain if I realized it is less crowded than before , or that some names are gone, but this can also be a product of maturity as a people , not to lock both themselves and the computer , there are also many, many comments are others, a post is not going to change my life, can only give a couple of answers , or more knowledge but to change my lifestyle , my culture , I think not , but if you could take into account some issues, what I like about this site is the high socio- political and cultural , plus metal news , but now are much less , and should be more about their local areas , little or no income to deathmetal.org , to see a review, I do not care much , very corny , but if I must say this is one of the best sites out there, I hope will continue until the end of days.

I'm Chilean, I know all of these areas (Brazil - Argentina - Peru - Bolivia - Colombia ... etc etc)
I'm running a news letter, with much effort, for the fucking money, if anyone is interested I can send you a free copy, but you pay shipping.
Tom Araya was my girlfriend's neighbor, here in Chile ... but I've never been more than two meters from the haha.
ha!! I forgot, I have 40 years, that tell you anything?

Interzone / Re: Humans are not Intelligent
« on: November 08, 2013, 09:32:40 PM »
Intelligence is manipulation of what-is, for personal gain. Which is not a bad thing, and often very useful.
But like a hammer, a useful tool becomes a means of destruction, if used for everything.

My problem with this is that what humans have done has not been to their advantage, in terms of well-being. The only thing it's aided is population growth, but we're reaching a point when we're going to breed ourselves into global starvation. It is entirely plausible that we will cause our own extinction - and then it would have to be considered that intelligence has been our greatest hindrance rather than a benefit. Chimpanzees aren't building nuclear bombs.

We have the intelligence to construct systems, but are too stupid to foresee their results.

Interzone / Leftists want to Track future Death Metal listeners with GPS
« on: November 08, 2013, 07:34:04 PM »
Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder to ask the Department of Justice to fund GPS tracking devices for autistic children--even though there are private companies that already offer this service.

14-year old Avonte Oquendo disappeared from his Long Island school a month ago. He has autism and does not speak. Unfortunately, he has not been found. Parents with autistic children are joining forces with Schumer, who issued a statement:

"The sights and sounds of NYC and other busy places can be over-stimulating and distracting for children and teens with Autism, often leading to wandering as a way to escape. Voluntary tracking devices will help our teachers and parents in the event that the child runs away and, God forbid, goes missing. DOJ already funds these devices for individuals with Alzheimer's and they should do the same for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Funding this program will help put school systems and parents of children and teens with Autism at ease knowing where their children are."


Interzone / Humans are not Intelligent
« on: November 08, 2013, 06:42:40 PM »
If humans are the most intelligent creatures around, why have they destroyed the ecosystem that sustains them?

Why have they created social systems they despise?

Why did they invent nu-metal?

Do humans have any redemptive traits?

Interzone / Re: Lost mind
« on: November 08, 2013, 06:32:18 PM »
Has a cat ever:

Razed a forest
Built a shopping mall
Dropped Bombs
Invented nu-metal?


Kill the humans; save the cats.

Metal / Re: Hipster influence in metal defined
« on: November 07, 2013, 06:00:11 PM »
"It seems like people want for you to be categorized so cut and dry," singer Trevor Strnad told KillYourStereo.com earlier this month. "It's like bucking the stereotypes within the death metal scene. I used to look at it like, 'These are my people, I can't wait to just be surrounded in death metal.' Now, it's like, they look at me and I have short hair and they make judgments about me."

Translation: He wanted death metal to provide a surrogate social group.

Interzone / Re: "Odd" Dietary Habits
« on: November 07, 2013, 05:35:03 PM »
I wouldn't be able to be vegan either. Especially since our teeth are structured for tearing flesh.

Your teeth are physically incapable of eating vegetables?

You must live in Britain.

Interzone / Re: "Odd" Dietary Habits
« on: November 07, 2013, 05:29:58 PM »
How's that been working out for you? A very peculiar diet if I must say so myself.

For the most part it's my pre-vegan diet minus meat. I don't like food; from preparing it to eating it, so I usually opt for what involves the least amount of time.

Funny that you should lose that much weight on a carb-heavy diet. Do you usually just eat whole wheat pasta?

Different types, including some non-wheat pasta; though all are organic.

I'm absolutely rabid for fish. It's the reason I could never ever go vegan. That and cheese. If I could eat no other meats in my life besides fish, I would be OK with that. (I sure as hell would miss venison though)

The point of veganism is to have a principle that overcomes such feelings.

Interzone / Re: How's it going?
« on: November 07, 2013, 12:35:10 AM »
Apparently we have a forum gossip thread now.

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