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At least they acknowledged that they probably didn't have anything relevant left to say musically so they decided not to continue. They could have probably gone the Motorhead route and made the same album for the next 20 years but at least this doesn't give them the option of putting out an llud Divinum Insanus.
...They are a de facto permanent underclass. That sucks. They'd have fewer material things at first but more self-respect and a future in Africa.Are you American? I believe you're Texan if I'm not mistaken, regardless, I think it's pretty clear that Eastern and Southern Europeans are no longer an underclass in the US.
Ditto every other non-Western European group in North America.
While it certainly isn't anything like its heyday back at the turn of the century, in Chicago and other pockets in America, there are still a great deal of Poles/former soviets that might fit the description of underclass. It isn't quite as clear cut as saying that the division no longer exists.
Doom and Quake always felt like the closest the form has ever gotten to the spirit of metal. Anecdotally, the first Quake had a sort of "Blessed are the Sick" feeling to it and the first Doom felt like cheesy 80s speed metal. Probably because most metal and those games were both made by four 20 year old men in the early 90s.
I think the point of gender roles is that they are complementary and recognize exceptions, but see them as exceptions, not the norm.
How so? It seems like Raison d'Ítre for feminism (at least they would have you believe) would be that traditional roles do not cover the spectrum of variations in gender.
Another way to look at the issue is to phrase the question as where can being able to "register more data" not be a positive ability. It can often lead to inaction and constant, unnecessary second guessing whereas an idiot might not be inhibited by this.
possibly genetic in origin.
They're genetically not emotive? Possible.
I don't know, though, comparing them to other races, it seems that black people have very high emotions and low IQ. they are passionate, but not logical. White people have a balance,so they are able to use their high IQ and their emotional intelligence. Asians are extremely intelligent but dull. It may be that their high IQ tells them that the best method of going through life(survival speaking) is to not disobey, follow conventions, so they never get passionate and behave like robots.
The reason I mentioned the genetic possibility is because when you have a culture as old as China, it can be hard to separate the two. If being not emotive was culturally beneficial to the Chinese thousands of years ago, the population is going to reflect this in their reproduction habits not long after. If there isn't a social force that would force the population to adapt to a new mode of expression, I would imagine the descendants would carry similar traits. It might also explain why the unique form of Chinese "communism"/Confucianism is so effective in China and would not be in other nations and populations.
Yeah, I don't see the two concepts as mutually exclusive. I don't think Chinese "soullessness" is correlated to IQ very strongly; I see it as more cultural and possibly genetic in origin. You can see it in the Chinese obsession in classical music. The focus is a lot more on precise reproduction and technical ability rather than as a genuine form of art. Beethoven had plenty of soul and had the IQ and talent to express it in genius ways. I am sure that Yo-yo Ma fairly smart guy and knows plenty about theory and the history of music but he lacks the honest ability to compose great works of art. Visit the Asian wing of your local art gallery and most of the exhibits will be ornamental pieces of practical objects like furniture and pottery and rarely works of "pure art".
He deserves points just for inventing peanut butter, but he was a pretty intelligent and respectable man otherwise.Fuck you, eat shit and die
Carver didn't seek patents for most of his products. It's thought that he was the first man to ever create peanut butter, but he cared not for profit nor fame - he took pleasure in helping society as a whole.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peanut_butter - "George Washington Carver is often credited with inventing peanut butter and is nearly synonymous with its history in the United States."
In both cases, citing wikipedia probably isn't the best way to prove your argument.
Sadly enough, metalheads, in my experiences, are at least ten times more likely to play an instrument or compose music than fans of other music. Real fans of classical and jazz music might get close. Participation in a scene might not be as twenty years ago but you'd be hard pressed to find another fanbase that has more people that have picked up a guitar/bass/drums at one point. How many listeners of rap music have tried to mess around on a sequencer before? Metal seems to inspire a desire to try to contribute that other genres do not.
I would be up for some sort of "master torrent" to distribute the bulk of the DLA's A-List albums and classical material.
How about a few of them:
1. Black metal, best of
2. Black metal, top tier
3. Death metal, best of
4. Death metal, top tier
5. Introduction to classical
6. Introduction to hardcore
7. Introduction to ambient
8. Music to rape the retarded by
Well, the nice thing about torrents is you can download as much of it or as little of it as you would like and you can separate files into folders. However, it does makes sense to have some separation, given the sharp distinctions of some of the material. I'd suggest starting with Black Metal, Death Metal, and classical then maybe branch out into separate torrents for Speed/Thrash/Grindcore/Hardcore and Neoclassical/Ambient. You could then have whatever divisions inside those torrents you want.
This would probably be a good place to start.
I would be up for some sort of "master torrent" to distribute the bulk of the DLA's A-List albums and classical material. With a few seeders, we could have a decentralized way to store and download all of the essential content that used to be hosted on sites like megaupload that would be resilient to any further take downs. Newer material and lesser material could be hosted on mediafire like is already happening now. It seems to make more sense to have a way to prevent this happening again instead of having to upload all of the material every time something like this happens. Furthermore, if we used a magnet link, we wouldn't even have to have a tracker to maintain the torrent; it would stay up as long as the community supported it.
Not quite black metal in the strictest sense but Tom Gabriel Fischer's latest two outings (Celtic Frost's Monotheist and Triptykon's Eparistera Daimones) are right up there with Engram as far as recent metal done right. Interesting to think that both Engram and those albums were made under similar circumstances with the recreation of a long dead but influential band.