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Interzone / Re: If it really is me.
« on: November 12, 2013, 06:42:57 PM »
I don't believe any of this shit. You are, at least in part, your body. Most of you nerds probably think you aren't cause you've barely used your body. If you aren't your body than why don't you just blow your brains out. It's not like you'll be killing yourself, just getting rid of the baggage.

Interzone / Re: If it really is me.
« on: November 11, 2013, 11:05:33 AM »
Your body is part of your mind. Your brain doesn't stop at your neck, but goes down your spinal chord and shoots to your extremities via the central nervous system and sympathetic nervous systems.

This is a major reason why no man has a right to be an amateur in regards to physical training, to paraphrase Socrates. An unhealthy body will lead to an unhealthy mind and vice-versa.

Interzone / Misanthropy
« on: November 09, 2013, 01:52:15 PM »
I've been noticing a lot of misanthropy around here. The other Hessians like to note that cats never cleared a forest or created a nuclear bomb, but I would like to note that cats also never composed a beautiful symphony or fell in love.

I ain't knocking on cats, they have their place but so does humanity. If it weren't for humans the universe couldn't observe itself.

And humans are intelligent, in many ways liberalism is a disease that only appears in civilizations too smart for their own good. Of course you take intelligence a step higher then you can realize the folly in liberalism.

Interzone / Re: Being somebody
« on: November 09, 2013, 01:47:15 PM »
In 5,000 years, none of us will be remembered.
I disagree, about 2,300 years later Aristotle is still somebody. With the dawn of the information age I'm sure if we are still around in 5,000 years people will know who the geniuses and heroes of this age were if they're interested. Seeing as how there are people still interested in what we were doing 5000 years ago today I'm sure there will be interest.

Interzone / Re: How's it going?
« on: November 06, 2013, 08:46:16 PM »
Dinaric Leathers big wiener is no longer gracing these forums :(
I'm here baby, but its been way too long, and I don't wanna miss a thing.

Interzone / Re: Sic transit gloria mundi.
« on: November 05, 2013, 05:51:42 PM »
This is my greatest tale of glory, it might not be what you think of glorious, but for me it may have been my finest hour yet.

So I was skating around with my usual crew, and we noticed a lot of Pall Mall cigarette packs at OUR park. We smoke Lucky Strikes, our rival crew smokes Pall Malls so we knew what was up. We waited for them to come back to our spot. So a couple nights later we came to the park with our beers, our weed and our girls, and the rival crew, the Alta Boys, named for the street they are centered on, come through with all their girls too. So we challenged them to a game of S.K.A.T.E., which is basically you attempting to do the same trick as your opponent then making it better, for example if the opponent does a kickflip off of a bench, I have to do a kickflip into a manual to beat him. Everytime you fuck up you get an extra letter until you spell skate and you lose.

So we started playing, and we eventually got to the point where we were both at SKAT, and it was my turn to go. The rival did a sick nose manual down this flat snake bench sculpture thing, and did a nollie over the head of the snake. I thought we were screwed. So I get up, all the girls were cheering me on, even some of the Alta girls which really pissed them off haha. I'm thinking about what to do to top him, so I did a tic tac manual (thats what we call it when you manual while going left-right-left-right) down half the snake, switched it to a nose manual then grinded a bit on the head of the snake and even though the landing was kinda sketched the vote from the girls was unanimous, we definitely won! We bet on this game and we won a little bit of cash, one of their girls stayed with us instead and they were never seen at that particular park again.

It was glorious, then we all went down to the Vegas Strip and partied the rest of the night.

I know its kind of a long story but when you asked if I have any tales of glory that popped straight into my head.

Interzone / Only Death is Real
« on: October 05, 2013, 09:24:38 AM »
So we're all going to die. Whats the point of doing anything? It all amounts to the same for each and every one of us. Perhaps even the entire universe we know is going to be annihilated as well.

Or maybe you believe there never is an end?

Maybe Schopenhaeur was right and we'd be better off not being born.

by the way I think homosexuality is wrong because every gay person I met has pretty much been a faggot

I like the Buzzcocks though so maybe they aren't all bad

I might be biased though, Slim Jims are my favorite snack

Interzone / Re: Skateboarding
« on: September 27, 2013, 10:49:17 AM »
I skateboard, it kicks ass. You should skate at least 60 hours a week.

If you think that you shouldn't skate because there are a lot of poseurs that skate, I guess you should probably quit listening to metal too.

Interzone / Re: HIV resistant superman commits suicide
« on: September 18, 2013, 07:49:49 PM »
Nature doesn't turn you into a rectum-worshipper unless something's going on biologically that suggests you shouldn't reproduce.
What about Jack Donovan? He seems like a pretty bright gay guy, I guess every rule has exceptions.

Don't get me wrong, I'm anti-faggotry but from what I've seen most genetic fuck ups seem random. I've met a very bright girl with turner syndrome, for another example.

Interzone / Re: Iconographic difficulty of nihilism
« on: September 18, 2013, 07:15:23 PM »
By iconography do you mean only visual arts? Because much of Extreme Metal can be considered nihilist art. There is also the visual artwork associated with it, for example album art. I am particularly fond of the art of The Number of The Beast, which can be interpreted as nihilistic.

Metal / Re: Revolt against modernism metal: Self Promotion yay!
« on: September 13, 2013, 08:44:24 PM »
Boring as fuck, more like a revolt against fun.

Interzone / Re: A way to save endangered European tribes.
« on: August 30, 2013, 09:26:09 PM »
It's good to see someone who doesn't care about being taken seriously.
As for the Irish: Brett Stevens said it best: they are Neolithic.
Not a bad thing, really. Beats the crap out of what I've seen of 'modern'.
Does it really beat the crap out of modernism? Don't get me wrong, in a lot of ways a respect the Celts, hence this thread but seeing as how for the past millenia at least they have been beaten back to smaller and smaller territories I don't hold high hopes for them. But if the English have been beating the fuck out of them for 1000 years its hard for me not to consider the English superior.

PS I really respect you man, I'm so pleased that you responded to me nearly instantly. You have a way with words I don't yet have.

Interzone / Re: A way to save endangered European tribes.
« on: August 30, 2013, 09:01:07 PM »
The Celts are still going to be over ran but who gives a fuck. Pretty cool footnote in history though, especially considering all the cool Irish drinking songs Metallica covered.

No wonder you got your ass kicked. How about you really take some incentive to save your nation. What are you going to do about the English? Nothing because they are objectively superior if this thread is any indication. Like the fact that midwestern farmers might be upset makes a difference to you. You guys always go on about ancient values but fail to live up to their standards.

You guys are overthinking the issue if you think it's unnatural. How is anything unnatural when we really think about it? Humans are natural, what they do is natural. All the modern shit you guys bitch about is "unnatural" even though it is in fact very natural like everything else. If you guys think I'm a dumbass just say it cause it's natural. No seriously no sarcasm intended. You guys are all repressed faggots, just tell me I'm a moron if you think so.

PS you're a queer.

Interzone / Re: Morphine: the good, the bad, and the ugly.
« on: August 19, 2013, 03:25:27 AM »
Interesting tale.  I've only taken three of these beasts, and am currently dealing with what can only be withdrawal. Crazy-making! It is a wonder to be so sensitive, but very inconvenient, too.
I'm an ex-opiate addict, unless you've been taking it daily for a week or two at least you probably aren't physically addicted. Although body chemistries do vary. It took me a year of going on week or two long binges then stopping then starting again before I eventually took it (hydromorphone and morphine in my case) for a month straight and had my first withdrawal symptoms. The first things you'll notice are sneezing, diarrhea, yawning and goosebumps.
Moral of the story: synthetic opiates are bad news if you can't control yourself. Known a few people who cut their lives short while doing it.

About the bolded: Almost everyone thinks they will be able to control it, but being addicted to these drugs touches a very non-rational part of you. It becomes a need, like food or water, and people tend to start rationalizing their addiction. I will stop tomorrow, I will cut down from this point on etc. There is no such thing as responsible use with opioids. People who seem like they are using them responsibly have just not descended far down enough.
Thats not true at all, while I wouldn't reccomend recreational opiates to anyone, I know twice as many people who use opiates recreationally than I know people who are addicted. The reason you don't notice the non-addicted users is because they don't need to tell people about their usage as opposed to addicts, who will generally bring it up to people they meet sooner or later in hopes of finding a new connect.

I know I'm sounding pro-opiate here, I'm not. In fact I'm quite anti recreational opiate use but the fact of the matter is that it's not the elixir of pain and torment people make it out to be.

Interzone / Re: A way to save endangered European tribes.
« on: August 18, 2013, 10:03:39 PM »
These tribes all have one thing in common, they are subjugated by politically superior tribes, the English and French.

Even ignoring the non-whites, France isn't very homogeneous. It's tribes have long since been subjugated, yet there are still very clear regional differences, not only in culture, but physical appearance. People from Bretagne look very different than those from Languedoc/Provence.

Frequencies of Haplogroup J2 in Europe, a possible genetic signature of the Neolithic migration

Then ontop of that you have roman expansion from the south (most larger southern french cities still have roman colloseums/aquaducts/temples/roads).

Then later viking settlement in Brittany mixing with celts.
Not trying to sound like a smart ass, but I don't see what point your making. I know that the French have one of the most complex (and interesting) ethnogenesis in Europe but I don't see what that has to do with small European tribes migrating to the Americas. And ignoring that viking attacks don't mean viking admixture, the Bretons may have some Germanic ancestry, so? The Scottish have a lot of Germanic admixture too, does it matter?

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