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Metal / Re: National Day of Slayer
« on: June 06, 2010, 10:50:54 AM »
I can't believe nobody has brought up HAUNTING THE CHAPEL while we're talking about appropriate albums to blast.


Interzone / Re: multiculturalism = oppression
« on: June 05, 2010, 01:56:31 PM »
Nice false dichotomy.
What do you mean? Do you think I was being sarcastic? If you think there is something wrong with what I suggested say it straight.

Interzone / Re: multiculturalism = oppression
« on: June 05, 2010, 12:51:13 PM »
^or, instead of ignoring what the OP is saying, you could just keep Somalians out.
...further punishes innocent citzens who did not want the immigration by taxing them for this hapless guy's lifelong upkeep in our liberal democratic dungeons.

the problem with the OP, in addition to being some of the most liberal propaganda I've ever seen posted on here, is that it opens up the door to moral relativism in the courtroom.  you can then start arguing that socially and economically disadvantaged groups should be tried differently because either (a) they're ignorant to many of the laws; (b) poverty has forced them into crime; (c) certain crimes are not considered crimes within a culture (i.e. I killed this guy because gang initiation required it).  and ultimately you could end up with a sane person's version of an insanity plea.  the idea of keeping Somalians out sounds good to me.
How about conquering Somalia and exterminating all of them to make more room for more intelligent and honorable people? Does that sound good to you?

Metal / Re: What Metal is not
« on: May 15, 2010, 03:16:42 PM »
Why are people so against Death Metal and Thrash in favor of Black Metal because it's more spiritual (I'm not singling out anybody)? Could it be that these people are unwilling to face tangible realities and would rather hear to hear the often (but not always) fantastical Black Metal? I wouldn't be surprised if these are the same kind of Hessians who disparage hardcore punk music.

Interzone / Re: Learning to meditate
« on: April 27, 2010, 02:48:46 PM »
What I meant by "Indo-European" are all the nations that belong to the European (usually called "white", a loathsome term to any historian or anthropologist) cultural and racial group, including tribes usually not seen as "white" by the uninitiated such as the original unaltered Persians and the Aryans of India.

Is Buddhism originally an Aryan tradition? Perhaps I spoke too soon, please tell more or tell me where I can learn more.

Why would I want to use an "Asian themed" sanctuary to meditate if I can meditate in the wilderness? Of course, if I were in a busy city in China and the only quiet place to meditate what a Buddhist temple I wouldn't object to using it for that purpose.

You have an extremely nuanced view of what determines whether something is worth doing or not.
What do you mean by that? Should I not practice the traditions and rituals of my tribe and my tribe alone?

Interzone / Re: Learning to meditate
« on: April 25, 2010, 08:22:05 PM »

Find a local temple and practice with them every morning. When you are ready participate in a "zen night" (about 6 hours of meditation usually until early in the next morning). I guarantee that you will not regret it.
Why should an Indo-European adopt mongoloid Buddhist meditation rituals? Are you a multiculturalist or are you a north-east Asian? Those are the only possibilities if you are practicing such forms of meditation.

Interzone / Re: She-Christ impaled upon fleshy meat cleaver
« on: April 25, 2010, 07:45:21 PM »
This story is really fucking depressing.  Usually these types of incidents wake people up, but I guess we're entering an era where people become totally and irreparably brain washed.
No reason to be depressed, a slave has been raped and used it to play victim and promote her repulsive cause, but I guess we're entering an era where such people become totally and irreparably removed from the gene pool.

Interzone / Re: Problems with metal
« on: December 22, 2009, 08:59:55 AM »
So I'm 15 and I really like metal. This is really hard to explain, but sometimes I don't understand it, and when this happens I get very angry and start hitting things. I have an anger problem I think. This website doesn't explain it in ways that I completely understand (Like I said, I'm 15 and I also have a learning disability) Metal used to be the greatest thing ever to me, now it's as if I'm losing the love that I once had for metal. (I started listening when I was 14.)
What do you mean by "learning disability"? I generally equate that with mental retardation, but you have fairly competent communication skills.

Interzone / The Return
« on: September 26, 2009, 10:34:41 AM »
If one day humanity decides to leave behind modern lifestyles and embrace more prudent philosophies, what should be done with all the useless media we have? Things like pornography, modern art, idiotic entertainment, etc. Should it be destroyed or kept for future generations to see how decadent humanity once was?

Interzone / Re: Did all music die in the 1990s?
« on: September 25, 2009, 12:55:45 AM »
From what I gathered, the music is not intended to have much compositional value, the purpose is to create an atmosphere and rhythm for bodily expression. For me drugs would have enhanced this atmosphere. I didn't chat to many people, so I wouldn't know about their intelligence but if we used the same standards at metal shows we'd have to conclude most metalheads aren't very intelligent. I'm not recommending everyone go to raves, just thought I'd mention that it seems a much more spiritual place than the way it is portrayed, people aren't just there to get drunk and laid like nightclubs or your average local metal show.
Why listen to music with no compositional value and only atmosphere and rhythm when music with compositional value that also has rhythm and atmosphere exists? I *might* be able to understand using sacred mushrooms or something similar for a special experience, but it appears the drug most commonly used at raves is MDMA, which is likely a neurotoxin. I also have a hard time believing people go there for "spiritual" purposes and not just low hedonism. I might be jumping to conclusions, but how you are defending raves as reminds me of the many people (mostly teenagers) who romanticize drug use as some way of breaking out of modern society, when in fact it is more likely to drag you into the depths of decadence that you despise. Particularly drugs such as MDMA. Psychedelics are a waste of time and money. At the end of the day, no matter how beautiful of an experience you have, it was all just an illusion.

Interzone / Re: Did all music die in the 1990s?
« on: September 24, 2009, 11:31:23 PM »
I went to my first rave recently, and it was interesting. I was surprised how dark the music was and the laser and light show seems to be a major part of it. The people were rather friendly, it was more like a metal show than the nightclub experience I expected. Unfortunately I wasn't on any drugs.
Did the music have any depth aside from being "dark"? Were the people actually intelligent and not just friendly with the personality of a brick? Why would you rather have been on drugs? It seems odd that such a apparently decadent place would have any appreciators here.

Interzone / Re: Did all music die in the 1990s?
« on: September 24, 2009, 10:11:38 PM »
Goa/psychadelic trance died some time in the 90's (I'm no expert) and in come beeps, whistles and urban beats replacing well composed intricate melodies with simple rhythms for accompaniment that led to fierce climaxes. I went to a few Chicago "raves" last year and left feeling embarrassed in front of my date.   
I never saw any value at all in that genre, can you point out a few albums that might be worth checking out? And what is there at a rave that's worth experiencing? I never have gone but it appears its just repetitive dance music and MDMA.

Metal / Re: Death metal from black metal standout countries
« on: September 12, 2009, 05:57:14 AM »
Perhaps also Massacra from France being an example of an under noted Death Metal band from a country with a Black Metal scene?

Interzone / Re: Things to do for 9/11
« on: September 10, 2009, 03:19:54 PM »
Tell your friends the epic story of how Osama got that Kalashnikov by killing a Soviet soldier with his bare hands.

Metal / Re: Middle classes avoid "blue-collar" metal
« on: September 03, 2009, 10:18:19 PM »
There is little difference racially and mentally between social classes these days once you get past the lowest classes, as anyone in our societies may increase their social standing as long as they have a dedication to being rich. There is little in common between the rich of today and the rich of times past. Noble people may be born in a "blue-collar" family or a higher income family, although it may be slightly more common in the latter only because intelligent people are generally only born to at least one intelligent parent and chances are that intelligent parent saw that if he was going to get anywhere, they're going to have to do inane assignments at school so they can go to college so they can get a (most likely) inane job so they can move their families to less dirty areas and afford food not poisoned with artificial preservatives and flavors. But also likely is that the parent decided it was wasn't fulfilling to do those silly tasks and only did so well at school and could only afford a "blue-collar" existence.

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