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Interzone / CBS Hates Mr Rogers
« on: March 09, 2009, 05:26:09 PM »
I saw an interesting episode of 60 Minutes that addresses many of the problems with modern people that are often discusses on this forum. It addresses the fact that everyone thinks they're special and unique and how that has impacted the world. About 5 minutes in, the host blames Mr. Rogers for the problem. Priceless.

Metal / Septic Flesh and Satyricon on U.S. & Canada Tour
« on: December 03, 2008, 03:28:02 PM »
US TOUR 2009
15.01.09 NJ Startland Ballroom Sayreville
16.01.09 MA Palladium Worcester
17.01.09 QUE Metropolis Montreal
18.01.09 QUE Capitol Imperial Quebec City
20.01.09 ONT Sound Academy Toronto
21.01.09 OH House of Blues Cleveland
23.01.09 MI Harpo's Detroit
24.01.09 WI The Eagles Club Milwaukee
25.01.09 ILL The House of Blues Chicago
26.01.09 MN First Avenue Minneapolis
28.01.09 CO The Gothic Theatre Englewood
30.01.09 AB MacEwen Hall Calgary
31.01.09 AB Edmonton Event Center Edmonton
02.02.09 BC Commodore Vancouver
03.02.09 WA Showbox SODO Seattle
04.02.09 OR Roseland Portland
10.02.09 CA The Grand San Francisco
11.02.09 CA Henry Fonda Theatre LA
12.02.09 CA The Grove Anaheim
13.02.09 CA House of Blues San Diego
14.02.09 NV House of Blues Las Vegas
15.02.09 AZ Marquee Tempe
17.02.09 TX House of Blues/Palladium Dallas
18.02.09 TX House of Blues/Warehouse Houston
20.02.09 GA Masquerade Atlanta
21.02.09 FL The Club at Firestone Orlando
25.02.09 VA NorVa Norfolk
26.02.09 MD Rams Head Live Baltimore
27.02.09 NY Nokia Theatre New York
28.02.09 PA The Trocadero Philadelphia

Metal / Septic Flesh, Gorgoroth, Moonspell, Asrai on Europe Tour
« on: December 03, 2008, 03:26:49 PM »
Presented by Terrorizer + Metal Hammer + Zillo + Metal.de + Metal News.de

01.12.2008 UK Forum London
02.12.2008 France Bataclan Paris
03.12.2008 Holland 013 Tilburg
04.12.2008 Germany Garage Saarbrucken
06.12.2008 Suisse Z7 Pratteln
07.12.2008 Italy Palanord Bologna
08.12.2008 Austria Planet Music Vienna
09.12.2008 Hungary Petofi hall Budapest
11.12.2008 Germany Reithalle Dresden
12.12.2008 Germany CCN Weimarhalle Weimar
13.12.2008 Belgium Hof Ter Loo festival Antwerpen
14.12.2008 Germany Huxleys Berlin
16.12.2008 Denmark Vega Kobenhavn
17.12.2008 Germany Live music Hall Cologne
18.12.2008 Germany Hugenottenhalle Neu Isenburg
19.12.2008 Germany Backstage Munchen
20.12.2008 Germany Hyde Park Osnabruck

Metal / Obituary show in Tampa, Florida
« on: November 19, 2008, 07:04:13 PM »
Death metal legends Obituary has announced that they will be playing a show in Tampa, Florida on December 19th. Special guests on the show will be S.W.A.A.T.S., Blood By Dawn and Unkempt. The show starts at 8PM and is an 18 and over show. Tickets for the show will cost $15.


Metal / Judas Priest - Nostradamus
« on: August 01, 2008, 04:39:50 PM »
I'm surprised that no one has started this topic yet. I thought this was a good sign for metal. Judas Priest is actually trying something new(that isn't a gimmick) and they're actually famous and they're getting good reviews! Perhaps this is a sign of things to come.

Interzone / Free Education
« on: July 11, 2008, 02:40:52 PM »
I have recently discovered two sites that let you take college courses free. Well, you're not really in it, but it's essentially the same thing; you just don't get any credit. There are some interesting courses and quite a bit to learn, even if the courses are basic, or only part of them are offered.

This site essentially lets you take MIT courses for free. They have videos of lectures and tell you everything happening in the class(assignments, suggested readings, etc.). I didn't count but it says it offers 1800 courses. The only problem I found with the site is that it is somewhat confusing at first to figure out.

This website is similar but from what I've seen the courses are more in depth than the MIT ones, although they are more basic courses. Also there are less courses offered for free.

Interzone / We're not alone.
« on: July 09, 2008, 09:18:01 PM »
Contemporary Western society is tumbling further and further into the abyss of undifferentiated mediocrity.
 Much of the blame is due to the ideology of Diversity, which exploits a nihilistic, anti-rational strain in our culture.

Interzone / College
« on: March 02, 2008, 05:57:37 AM »
One of the most important choices one has to make is which college/university to go to or whether to go to one or not. I know a few of this site's members go to college and I just want to hear what you think of them. Also if anyone's heard anything good about any colleges/universities, say so. Or if you've heard bad things, say so too. Other type of advice can be given to like what size college to go to, what student to teacher ratio is best, what location is best, etc. Don't leave any college out; assume that we can get into them.

Interzone / Military Training
« on: February 15, 2008, 12:36:47 PM »
When the system finally fails, someone will need to take over. This is our chance. Perhaps it would be a good idea to join the army and learn army tactics. I don't know about other places, but in the U.S. you get free college education and other perks as well for joining. Perhaps we should all join the armed forces of our respective countries. Besides, I think experiencing combat will be a beneficial experience. What do you guys think?

Interzone / Piracy
« on: October 21, 2007, 12:42:32 PM »
I propose that we all become pirates. Not pirates per se but we will attack ships on the sea. We could easily cripple the biggest countries by blocking their imports. Most ships travel through the same narrow routes which can easily be blocked. It only takes a small group of people to take over a ship since most crews of ships are unarmed. Small ships can't be detected by radar because they are too low; therefore, the ship is easy to sneak up on. I'm sure we could do something to stop world trade. Rather than take over all the ships which is near impossible, we can take over a few large ships and block the trade routes. Perhaps we can just capture a certain type of vessel(like oil large oil carrying vessels perhaps) and hold them. This will cause a lot of harm to countries like the U.S., perhaps crippling it. This requires a lot more thinking and planning, but if we can gather money and supplies for this(which isn't so much since all we need is some food and guns and small boats) it may be feasible. Of course recruiting people might be a problem. Perhaps we could pay mercenaries. The beauty of this is that the ships can't be attacked because it would destroy the cargo. The ships must be boarded and it's occupants seized. Luckily, preventing boardings can easily be done. If anything we can sink the ships, it accomplishes the same goal. We can even blow up the oil ships and damage nearby ships that might be nearby trying to stop us. I won't bother with any more details since this is very complex thing and i believe i have adequately explained the general idea of this. Maybe perhaps even within ten years we might have the resources and adequately planning to do this.

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