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Interzone / Re: So you want Nihilism?
« on: February 22, 2014, 06:42:12 PM »
Nobody is afraid of you


Leadership does not equal banging a drum and demanding attention. But you are and have always been an attentionwhore. If you had any leadership qualities people would follow you automatically and you wouldn't have to act like a retarded slavedriver. You are the worst mod I have ever seen on this forum. Being banned by you is a compliment.


Interzone / Re: Hipsters: the porn movie
« on: February 22, 2014, 04:07:05 PM »
It has no interracial scenes :'(

This confirms that hipsters are racists!

Interzone / Hipsters: the porn movie
« on: February 21, 2014, 06:46:05 PM »
They were whores before it was cool!

A hipster girl doesn't have a dirty mind, she has a sexy imagination. Once these non-conformist take off their oversized sweaters and leggings, turn off whatever unsigned noise pop, indie, fold wave band they're listening to and put down their books exploring the depths of existentialism in cinema. They like to get dirty! Come to find out these glass wearing, book reading babes are so fuckin' horny that they throw pretension into the wind and embrace their love of cum with open legs and mouths. Smart and interesting girls definitely know how to take a cock and use it as a paintbrush while their bodies are the canvas. They turn the act of fucking into a form of art and expression!


Audiofile / Cock Sparrer
« on: February 06, 2014, 12:13:14 PM »
Cock Sparrer - 40 Years
Decent compilation of this legendary UK streetpunk band. Featuring new re-recordings of "Because You're Young" and "England Belongs To Me"

Metal / Re: Most black metal is fake
« on: February 03, 2014, 03:47:12 PM »
"Cold, unyielding, poisonous, dark. Black metal is anti-human, black metal is anti-you. And at this point in history if it were to take any less of a stance it wouldn't even be real."

Apparently this guy had some radio station and he's relatively unknown, but I've heard of him. 8)

On a related note: why were certain legendary KCUF episodes never uploaded on youtube? People were talking about doing promo videos a year or two ago (or longer) but since there's no time limit for videos anymore why not upload old radio streams?

Interzone / Re: Deceased getting turned into diamonds
« on: February 03, 2014, 03:18:18 PM »
Diamonds are overrated crap as jewelery. But one good way to use diamonds is for record player needles. And I guess that would be a fitting ending for someone who's been crazy about music all his life. But I'd hate to meet someone who turned their dead lover into a diamond ring or something. As if people weren't materialistic and shallow enough yet.

Metal / Re: Narrow Squirting Bowel Movement
« on: February 03, 2014, 12:14:47 AM »
NSBM is still alive and kicking ass. You just have to look hard to find the right bands.


Interzone / Re: Accidentally vegan
« on: February 01, 2014, 09:56:25 AM »
Couldn't play any Ramones songs?! But they're infamous for their simplicity! A 12 year old with 3 guitar lessons under his belt could play Blitzkrieg Bop.


Interzone / Re: Happy New Year
« on: January 04, 2014, 10:23:05 AM »
Wishing you all a very diverse and inclusive new year.

Interzone / Re: Multivitamins
« on: October 22, 2013, 03:22:11 PM »

I need to register to be able to view that page.

There aren't 150 types of nutrients. There's only 13 vitamins for humans. There's other types of nutrients too but in total it's not even half of 150. I'm guessing they mean 150 times the normal dose of vitamins since that's what these "treatments" are usually about.

"Kurzweil has previously predicted that by the late 2020s humans will be able to eat as much junk food as they want because everyone will have a nanobot injected into their bodies that will provide all the necessary nutrients while simultaneously eliminating fat."
What a disgusting vision of the future.

Interzone / Re: Multivitamins
« on: October 22, 2013, 11:15:15 AM »
Meet the Google executive who plans to cheat death: Ray Kurzweil takes 150 vitamins a day so he can 'hold out long enough for invention of robots that will keep humans alive'



[an] American commander who took the same vast losses as General Giap would have been sacked overnight," his old enemy, the late U.S. General William C. Westmoreland, was quoted as saying in a 1983 book.

Giap's response to such accusations, according to Vietnam War correspondent Joseph L. Galloway, was that "I would have gladly sent 5 million or 10 million if that is what it took to rid our country of the foreigners; to gain our freedom."


In 1944, Ho Chi Minh called on Giap to organize and lead guerrilla forces against Japanese invaders in World War II. After Japan surrendered to Allied forces the next year, the Viet Minh continued their fight for independence from France.

Giap was known for his fiery temper and as a merciless strategist, but also for being a bit of a dandy. Old photos show him reviewing his troops in a white suit and snappy tie, in sharp contrast to Ho Chi Minh, clad in shorts and sandals.

Giap never received any formal military training, joking that he attended the military academy "of the bush."

At Dien Bien Phu, his Viet Minh army surprised elite French forces by surrounding them. Digging miles of trenches, the Vietnamese dragged artillery over steep mountains and slowly closed in during the bloody, 56-day battle that ended with French surrender on May 7, 1954.

"If a nation is determined to stand up, it is very strong," Giap told foreign journalists in 2004 prior to the battle's 50th anniversary. "We are very proud that Vietnam was the first colony that could stand up and gain independence on its own."

It was the final act that led to French withdrawal and the Geneva Accords that partitioned Vietnam into north and south in 1956. It paved the way for war against Saigon and its U.S. sponsors less than a decade later.

The general drew on his Dien Bien Phu experience to create the Ho Chi Minh Trail, a clandestine jungle network that snaked through neighbouring and ostensibly neutral Laos and Cambodia to supply his troops fighting on southern battlefields.

Against U.S. forces with sophisticated weapons and B-52 bombers, Giap's guerrillas prevailed again. But more than 1 million of his troops died in what is known in Vietnam as the "American War."

"We had to use the small against the big; backward weapons to defeat modern weapons," Giap said. "At the end, it was the human factor that determined the victory."

Historian Stanley Karnow, who interviewed Giap in Hanoi in 1990, quoted him as saying: "We were not strong enough to drive out a half-million American troops, but that wasn't our aim. Our intention was to break the will of the American government to continue the war."


Interzone / Re: Multivitamins
« on: October 07, 2013, 11:30:03 PM »
People want to be forever young, know the future, talk to the deceased and turn lead into gold. It's nothing new of course. If there's a product that promises these things people will be interested.

And then there's the story of Faust... (People actually die sooner from supplemental vitamins? *insert sardonic laughter here*)

Interzone / Re: Multivitamins
« on: October 07, 2013, 01:18:49 AM »
On October 10, 2011, researchers from the University of Minnesota found that women who took supplemental multivitamins died at rates higher than those who didn't. Two days later, researchers from the Cleveland Clinic found that men who took vitamin E had an increased risk of prostate cancer. "It's been a tough week for vitamins," said Carrie Gann of ABC News.

These findings weren't new. Seven previous studies had already shown that vitamins increased the risk of cancer and heart disease and shortened lives. Still, in 2012, more than half of all Americans took some form of vitamin supplements. What few people realize, however, is that their fascination with vitamins can be traced back to one man. A man who was so spectacularly right that he won two Nobel Prizes and so spectacularly wrong that he was arguably the world's greatest quack.


Interzone / Re: Your Morals: A Quiz!
« on: October 05, 2013, 04:37:12 AM »

Must be all the fox news that I watch.

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