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Interzone / Re: Your Morals: A Quiz!
« on: October 02, 2013, 07:56:05 AM »


Low across the board, with a slight peak at loyalty. Makes for a good criminal i guess ha.

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Interzone / Re: Iconographic difficulty of nihilism
« on: September 19, 2013, 10:44:35 PM »
Degenerate desecration of sacred symbols.

Blasphemy is easily compatible with nihilism.

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Interzone / Re: Iconographic difficulty of nihilism
« on: September 19, 2013, 08:24:48 AM »
What is ape to man?


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Metal / Re: D.I.E. metal and serial killer related clothing
« on: September 19, 2013, 07:51:52 AM »
http://www.museumofdeath.net/product/baby-bodysuit-long-sleeve

How disappointing, no Albert Fish baby-bodysuit.



Macabre - Albert was Worse than any Fish in the Sea: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twK9AAABzs8

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Interzone / Re: Man cave
« on: September 16, 2013, 06:50:56 PM »
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Personally though I've found the best man cave is in a loving women.

Nah. Well assuming that isn't a vag joke, which if it is, i don't know why you would add loving.

Almost all males have a strong psychological need for freedom (that only comes from being alone), which has to be balanced against basic social needs. It usually manifests itself in cycles. A clingy female exacerbates the problem, and just makes the male more emotionally distant.

"Man cave" is just a meme spawned by this basic behavioral pattern. The underlying drive has nothing to do with the locale itself, the activities performed there, or feminism. Feminism is the resentful, "me too", victim sentiment expressed by the "Woman Cave" article, and the commenters below it.

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Instead, step outside. Everything under the sun is man cave.
Inside, or outside, it makes no difference - as long as you don't have an endless parade of assholes interrupting your work jerkoff session.

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Metal / Re: What happens to underground record collectors
« on: September 14, 2013, 03:00:14 PM »
I could probably walk out into the street with a lead pipe, bash someone's brains in, and get less than 30 years in jail for it.

Varg got like 21 years for dicing up Řystein.


They should just slap one of those house arrest GPS anklets on the guy, force him to see a psychologist, and have some software monitor the anklet for suspicious behavior. 

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Interzone / Re: An avian definition of Nihilism.
« on: September 13, 2013, 01:32:14 PM »
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On the other hand, Nihilism is not:
Behaving like a devil-worshipping, disgusting, scurrilous cannibal, in order to show others what a brilliant and irreverent rebel one is.

Nihilism probably naturally attracts loners and people with antisocial personalities. Rejecting the pressure to conform to arbitrary social standards, based on not much more than a fear of ostracization, is one of the prerequisites. Loners self ostracize anyway, so the original threat is meaningless. Antisocial types tend to be antagonistic enough to challenge things for the sake of the challenge alone.

What do you think about Marquis de Sade? Is he a nihilist? What about the Sophists in ancient Greece?


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Metal / Re: What happens to underground record collectors
« on: September 13, 2013, 12:58:49 PM »
Careful now, they found a bottle of bleach in his basement, meat in his fridge, and a set of kitchen knives.

27 years (with commentors pushing for death penalty) for looking at illegal images seems rather stiff.


Also, the guy in the blue shirt looks so poster boy pedophile its amusing.

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Interzone / Re: United States: World Babysitter
« on: September 07, 2013, 11:07:49 PM »
Like hipsterism: The best form of conformity is anti-conformity.

Its the same bullshit in any (sub)culture, but Punks are the worst offenders by far.

See the lyrics to "Chickenshit Conformist" by Dead Kennedys from 1986. Shame the actual song sucks ass, ha.


Anyway, I don't get how the president talking to congress is supposed to add credibility. Oh look, the government is raising public support by talking to itself, great.

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Interzone / Re: Tattoos
« on: September 03, 2013, 08:57:16 AM »
Imagine a tattoo on a tree for instance, maybe that explains it better.





Although technically i guess that counts as scarification.

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Interzone / Re: Tattoos
« on: September 01, 2013, 11:58:45 AM »
I'd argue that most human bodies are fairly repulsive under closer inspection - particularly when you start to open them up.

When i see surface piercings (piercing through flat/non-convex/non-concave regions) i have the urge to remove them the same way you would a splinter. The body tends to reject and push them out itself anyway.

But really, the same could be said of this picture:

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Ugly skin and teeth, and that stray nose hair is really begging to be ripped out.

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Interzone / Re: Tattoos
« on: August 31, 2013, 05:50:21 AM »
http://divine-canvas.com/artists

Lots of nice math-nerd patterns as seen in Islamic and Indian art.


Don't have any tats, but i wouldn't mind having them on my back. Mainly so i don't have to see the same damn pattern every fucking day.

I got 4 facial piercings like 6 months ago and its been a rather interesting experience. There is something addictive about the mutilation/regrowth cycle. I'm excessively cold and rational as a personality type, so the act in itself is kind of a monument to irrationality: "because i can, and because i arbitrarily decided so" turns out to be a rather rewarding justification after all. As a practical benefit i'm completely comfortable with needles, fangs and puncture wounds in general now.

I haven't really sorted out all the social implications yet, but it can most likely be used to non-verbally probe people, and force them to reveal something about their personality.

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Interzone / Re: Pop culture's greatest (s)hits
« on: August 24, 2013, 12:38:55 AM »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GbLdmypMmU
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Japanese machine of 500cc,
Driven by Balkan man,
real macho man. (x2 both lines)

Chorus:
Kawasaki, kawasaki,
when speeding on the road,
Every girl wants to drive it
at least for a minut x2


All women love it,
But girls love it more,
Because with it,
It's easier to breathe x2

Chorus x2

Every girl loves a lot
To ride it for a longer time
Because it's driving
Suits every girl. (x2 boh lines)

Chorus x2

Kawasaki, Kawasaki
it can not be done by any guy,
Kawasaki, it's realy something,
When master Bora (Bora is singer btw)
is driving it

Kawasaki, Kawasaki, it can not be done by any guy,
Kawasaki, it's really something, When master Bora is driving it.

Kawasaki, Kawasaki, it can not be done by any guy,
Kawasaki, it's really something, When he is driving it at least for a minute.

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Interzone / Re: Superior? To what?
« on: August 21, 2013, 06:37:52 PM »
Superiority requires some form of criteria, which the ego often conveniently forgets to include.

Various microorganisms seem able to adapt to environmental changes the quickest.

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Interzone / Re: A way to save endangered European tribes.
« on: August 20, 2013, 11:13:47 PM »
Not trying to sound like a smart ass, but I don't see what point your making.
These groups have already mixed into the larger society for several hundred years and still manage to keep a local identity. Its pointless freezing and isolating a culture for the sake of diversity and altering their geographic location accomplishes anything.

Quote from: Dinaric Leather
And ignoring that viking attacks don't mean viking admixture,

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Rollo (c. 846 – c. 931), baptised Robert[1] and so sometimes numbered Robert I to distinguish him from his descendants, was a Norse nobleman of Norwegian or Danish descent who was founder and first ruler of the Viking principality which soon became known as Normandy. His descendants were the Dukes of Normandy, and following the Norman conquest of England in 1066, kings of England.

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After Charles was deposed by Robert I in 922, Rollo considered his oath to the King of France at an end. It started a period of expansion westwards. Negotiations with French barons ended with Rollo being given Le Mans and Bayeux and continued with the seizure of Bessin in 924. The following year saw the Normans attack Picardy.
Rollo began to divide the land between the Epte and Risle rivers among his chieftains and settled there with a de facto capital in Rouen. Eventually[when?] Rollo's men intermarried with the local women, and became more settled as Normans.[clarification needed]

Dunno how much DNA that actually contributed, but whatever.

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