Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.
Did you miss your activation email?

Login with username, password and session length

Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Messages - Dinaric Leather

1 ... 25 [26] 27 ... 32
376
Interzone / Re: Forum is 800% faster
« on: April 21, 2011, 04:41:02 AM »
I am the African-American trolls.
I AM THEM.
Quit putting words in my mouth

P.S. I don't get it

377
Interzone / Re: ADD/Ritalin
« on: April 20, 2011, 09:59:51 PM »
I experienced derealization once, for about a week, and it was one of the most terrifying things I'd been through.  I would agree though, that it really did give me first-hand experience of how little it takes to push someone over the edge.  Although I think it's much more strongly associated with anxiety and panic attacks than ADD.  I've never had anything remotely like ADD, but I do have pretty bad anxiety (would never medicate myself for it though).
Dr. D. Leather has your prescription: Quit looking up justifications for your complacency in bullshit pyschology articles and discipline yourself. You are anxious, you don't "have" anxiety, thats modern speech subtly making it appear as though it's a condition in and of itself (aka "not your fault") and not connected to a spiritual issue. It's most likely you are anxious because you have undirected energy, which is why I suggest a heavy dose of discipline. If you can't figure out how to discipline yourself, join the military, there someone else will force discipline on you.

378
Interzone / Re: Forum is 800% faster
« on: April 20, 2011, 06:56:52 PM »
we are the trolls you fuck

379
Interzone / Re: ADD/Ritalin
« on: April 20, 2011, 06:55:49 PM »
I have ADD and I would like to know if anyone with this condition was cured, what did you do to improve, and experiences with the drug Ritalin. I think this is extremely important, after all we have to be aware all the time. One cannot have ADD! If it does not have a cure the person can at least try to improve their condition.

I wanted to take Ritalin but if the symptons are going to come back after I stop taking it then there is no point for me.

I believe there are people here with ADD and even derealization. Derealization is a bizarre condition (but I think it is very old and common - it's just not very well known) in wich the world gains a dream-like quality, for lack of a better explanation, and it is related to ADD I think.

This is a serious topic about regaining sanity.
Ritalin just relieves some of the symptoms, the real cure is discipline. Derealization for most people is just the realization of the fragility of consciousness. I find derealizaton to be a positive mental state.

380
Interzone / Re: Thinking about death.
« on: April 19, 2011, 02:35:48 PM »
My mind pretty much follows a circle of thought from existence to death so much that i sometimes get depressed to the point of inactivity.
It's probably the inactivity that leads to the depression, which leads to the depressive death pondering. In my experience people who have consistently active lives rarely get depressed. I'm sure it's no coincidence that in our sedentary society, depression is common if not the norm.

381
Interzone / Re: Thinking about death.
« on: April 19, 2011, 12:14:47 AM »
If it's the eternal nothingness that disturbs people then why the fuck are they worried if it's literally nothing? They won't be worrying after they're dead, thats for damn sure.

382
Interzone / Re: Is ANUS serious?
« on: April 16, 2011, 02:51:26 PM »
That wasn't a very tolerant reply. It was probably homophobic in intent, which isn't very Canadian.
At least it's plenty Quebecois.

383
Interzone / Re: Never apologize
« on: April 12, 2011, 10:20:20 PM »
I wish the people on here would quit acting like they're hard, I know our pussy society is making it hard to function naturally as a man, but the answer isn't being a coarse prick to everyone you meet.

Seems pretty straightforward: of course we ought not apologize reflexively, submissively.  But if I realize I harmed ya by mistake, then I apologize for my oversight.  This is honorable and civil, 2 traits becoming of a Traditionalist, no?  If I bump you on the street, I'll say 'Sorry', which also lets you know it's not an aggressive act.

384
Interzone / Re: WHIIIIIIIIIIIINE
« on: April 08, 2011, 10:57:16 PM »
Who cares?

You're standards are useless except to yourself, and no one could give half a shit about what you think.

Back to your online philosophy 101 course loser.

So you are whining about people who whine? 

Nice blatant hypocrisy.

And what degree do you hold in philosophy and from what school?
As far as I'm concerned, having a college degree in philosophy is more like a decertification. The vast majority of universities, if not all, just "interpret" (twist) all philosophy to whatever the most popular philosophy at the time.

385
Interzone / Re: WHIIIIIIIIIIIINE
« on: April 08, 2011, 05:47:33 AM »
I like to poop. Sometimes I hold my poop for days so I can make a very big poop. And sometimes I like to spread my poops throughout the day and make lots of small poops. What is fascinating to me is that sometimes a small poop can feel like a big poop. Today for instance I made a normal poop but I was not satisfied with that so I immediately made two more small poops. After that I was happy. It is fascinating because those two small poops felt just as big as the normal poop I made.

I think small poops are the best. But big poops are good too if I can break them into small poops. Then it's even better.

If you "wake and bake", then take a handful of percocets before your morning shit, it will feel like a goddess is sucking your asshole.

386
Interzone / Re: Glad you're dead
« on: April 05, 2011, 02:23:40 AM »
There is plenty of truth here. However do we really need to make such massive generalizations about entire generations?

388
Metal / Re: Classical vs. Metal
« on: March 30, 2011, 11:32:58 PM »
I think this is kind of an apples and oranges question. Sometimes I feel that Metal is more of a phenomena than a genre. The word classical means close to nothing, being an absolutely massive umbrella term for many disparate types of music. Unless you are speaking specifically of the Classical era of music, but even that is quite a large umbrella. These categories are more like descriptions than anything else.

389
Metal / Re: Reinkaos
« on: March 23, 2011, 12:45:01 PM »
_______ had dark chord patterns at times, but seemed to have more 80's metal style riffing, and nothing that made me easily think of black metal or death metal (aside from the vocals and lyrics).  The mood of _______ was epic but also cheesy, and certainly not vicious.

so my take on it is basically that ______ was mediocre,
while old ______ was absolutely amazing.
I wonder how many comeback albums from old Metal bands can fit in this template

390
Metal / Re: Classic Massacra Video
« on: March 23, 2011, 12:40:47 PM »
When I see a band with real intensity, I just watch. Moshing is best for bands like Toxic Holocaust where you won't miss anything.
Well then what the fuck is the point of going to the show? If I wanted to sit still and study the music I'd just plant my ass on the couch and crank up the surround sound. Like parasite said, when you go to a show you go there for the full physical experience.

1 ... 25 [26] 27 ... 32