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Interzone / Re: subtle hints of sex in classic literature
« on: April 03, 2012, 01:46:34 PM »
Sorry for gravedigging but here's some essential reading for any nihilist:

Flannery O’Connor - Good Country People (don't be scared, it's a short story :)

The part where Mrs. Freeman is talking about her daughters has suggestive undertones.

Interzone / Re: Is there a bit of this degenerate in all of us?
« on: March 29, 2012, 07:54:39 PM »
Not quite. social standards and values evolved for their own reason. How are they superficial if they control our progress so much? how are they superficial if people without them stagnate  in social hierarchies?
Standards are not superficial because they define us. As we grow older, values, principals, and beliefs, rooted outside of our biological imperative to reproduce, become the groundwork for our very mode of being.  Your previous post tacitly stated that a female's sexual instinct was essentially her mind's kernel, or the basis upon which all other thoughts are generated. At least that's how I read it. Human minds are not that simple, though.

In my opinion, this girl is far less interesting than other cases of people who've abandoned society. Read about Christopher McCandless instead.

Interzone / Re: Fate
« on: March 29, 2012, 07:19:52 PM »
This is essentially no different than throwing bones into a bowl to determine guilt or innocence. Why was nothing left to chance? Evolution is inherently non-random. The non-randomness of evolution is kernel to the theory itself. There is no need to see a divine order to this. The very nature of the universe suggests there is no divine order. Most humans do see a divine order. We are too simple to see there is no need for it.
This is what my post was getting at: everything happens for a reason. You are you for a reason. Life is more fulfilling when you try to look at it from a divine perspective. Our biological imperative to reproduce is just a part of the reason why we are here. Reality is more than the sum of its parts.

Interzone / Re: Is there a bit of this degenerate in all of us?
« on: March 28, 2012, 01:58:28 PM »
Doesn't matter - the relationship would never form in the first place. Most attractive women have zero clue of how to actively pick someone up even when they really want something to happen.
I dunno dude. My first ever kiss was initiated by the girl, who I ended up dating for a year.

But they are a veneer pasted atop a monkey.
I like to think it's the monkey pasted atop an ubermensch. We work all of our lives to attain our true form.

Shame on you guys for fapping. That is exactly what she wants, for you think of her as a sex object. Think about it: the majority of guys whom have met her or viewed her site have thought as much about her. She creates this perception in others so she can feel sorry for her self.  She needs to be shown that humans can beat their own nature. Offer her a prayer.

Interzone / Re: Fate
« on: March 28, 2012, 01:33:44 PM »
There was nothing random in how we came into being. Think about the chain of events that led us from the creation of the universe, to the first single-celled organism, on through your ancestors, culminating into your birth. Nothing was left to chance in this process. We say the universe is chaotic, but we're really just too simple to see the divine organization of all things. 

Interzone / Re: Is there a bit of this degenerate in all of us?
« on: March 27, 2012, 04:04:49 PM »
Proof? This sounds like a pleasant illusion more than anything. Wasn't Alexander gay, young and on military campaigns most of the time (away from any women).
There are no absolute rules in biology. But it still stands that many if not most heterosexual men who have accomplished anything noteworthy have had emotional support in their female partners.

In terms of dating (in the U.S. at least) treating women as equals is a terrible idea. Play the passive role of a woman in the ritual and see how it goes for you. It doesn't matter how attractive you are, for the most part the only women who will approach you are ones that are below your tier of attractiveness. There are exceptions of course but you will be severely cutting down on your possibilities.
Perhaps I am naive, but I think an ideal relationship would consist of alternating the passive and dominant roles.

Interzone / Re: Is there a bit of this degenerate in all of us?
« on: March 27, 2012, 03:00:52 PM »
How is treating women as equals rather than underlings and encouraging them to achieve great things LCD in any way? VIewing women as beneath you merely because they lack penises is degenerate.

Great women were always been behind the great men of history.

I don't associate the term "Alpha" with nobility. As Time Curator said, it implies something puerile.

Metal / Re: Doom metal
« on: March 27, 2012, 02:51:07 PM »
I love slow riffs. They often are, or are a prelude to, the best part of a song. I'm thinking of Infester and Demigod here. But when a song is nothing but slow riffs, it is supremely boring.

Interzone / Re: Is there a bit of this degenerate in all of us?
« on: March 27, 2012, 02:31:01 PM »
Archidamus, what is this about society and brainwashing? I wouldn't use an ugly word like brainwashed to describe someone who has adopted the norms and values established by culture.  I could just as easily say you've been brainwashed by this silly PUA subculture into thinking all females are little nymphs who want to get raped by brutes. "Alpha females" are not modern, either. Think about Joan of Arc or the any of the great Queens of Europe.

My sister chooses not to date "alphas" (read: shallow men) because she's better than that, I don't care what your PUA demigod says.

Interzone / Re: Is there a bit of this degenerate in all of us?
« on: March 27, 2012, 02:03:57 PM »
Diesel, your post seems to imply that societal standards and values are a  superficial veneer pasted atop a monkey. I disagree with that assessment; humans are capable of transcending their primitive animal nature, and indeed, doing away with it entirely, with much discipline, vigilance, and courage. There are plenty of girls in which the cretinous tendencies displayed by a porn star are utterly absent. Take for example, my sister. She's an alpha female who likes rock climbing and dating nice men who won't beg her for sex 'cause she's chaste.

Interzone / Re: Offensive speech gets jail time.
« on: March 27, 2012, 01:44:21 PM »
What is so wrong with this? I, for one, welcome the crushing of stupidity with extreme prejudice.

Interzone / Re: Prole condescension
« on: January 27, 2011, 02:24:48 PM »
But that's not to say Mary Shelley was slut. I think she struck that balance whereby she maintained her identity as an independent woman while remembering her maternal responsibilities.

FUN FACT: Mary kept her husband Percy's cock heart wrapped in the pages of his poem Adonais. Metal as fvck.

But of course (rational) women did have to look to the proles to learn how to be independent of their male captors.
Can you elaborate on this bit right here?
 It seems to me that female chastity has been upheld as a virtue among the higher castes of virtually all successful civilizations.

At least, until the bug of liberalism started to spread circa 1789, after which women of noble lineage became concerned solely with their own happiness. Collectively, these women observed the habits of their inferior kin -- the peasant floozies whom were once under dominion of their ancestors -- and thought "being chaste is really lonely and boring... Now these girls, they know how to have a good time! OMG LETS PARTY!!!!!1"

And so began the decline of the west.

But hey, at least us guys don't have to obtain a stamp of approval from our girlfriends' fathers anymore, right?! I mean wtf, why should I be judged and scrutinized by some old fart who doesn't even know how to make his daughter happy. Its her choice bro!!! Don't be such a tyrant... why cant we just like.... live and let live??? U KNO?????

Shelly does show some degree of empathy for the peasantry. But it was tempered with a sense of reverence for the noble and the transcendent. If the world was on the verge of collapse due to overpopulation in her own time, Shelley would not have had such a tenderhearted attitude.
But of course (rational) women did have to look to the proles to learn how to be independent of their male captors.

Or in other words, feminism arose from the habits of the lower echelons of the lesser sex.

Interzone / Re: Origin and purpose of the universe?
« on: September 27, 2010, 11:27:22 AM »
In other words, the Big Bang created "space" but also "time" at the same time,
The Universe is an unraveling of a chain of cause and effect. Nothing is left to chance, as all is predetermined by the previous "moment". The Universe knows no time because it always is. Humans are ephemeral and unable to perceive things in totality, so they invented time because of their contingent relationship to the flux of matter around them.

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