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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Thu Mar 01, 2012 1:29 am

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This is part of the entire cycle of life, retard...a civilization is born, it grows, it becomes strong, then it gets old and it declines towards death.

Allow me to refresh your memory, if you still have one, it is I, from the get go on ilp and here, who has been preaching the doctrine of "eternal return", of the life (metaphorically speaking when it applies to inanimate objects) cycle of atoms, plants, animals, men, civilizations, seasons, moons, planets, stars and galaxies, and I did not learn it from you, nor anyone else, i came up with it myself, from reading history and observing nature.

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This is the organic take on history and philosophy, ushered in by Goethe and Nietzsche and followed by Spengler, and Guenon, and Yockey, and Heisman, and Evola and many, many others...including me.
Man becomes decadent when the fruits of his success turn into a crutch and comfort becomes more enticing than work and effort. It's a natural process.
See Roman Empire.
Judeo-Christianity infected the west, through Rome, because it had become weak, soft, complacent, living on its past glory. It atrophied and withered and was infected with a virus which, in unison with its gene/meme, it morphed into what we call Christianity.

By and by, there is a difference between culture and civilization.
Hellas, was culture ....Rome was civilization.
One has a spiritual aspect to it...it is more organic...the other is mechanical, it is utilitarian...it is technique and technology, no heart, little essence.
Civilization as Spengler said, was what happens to culture when it becomes rigid with old age.
Rome was always less spiritual than Greece, it didn't become that way due to old age, the very essence of Rome was materialism, hedonism, commercialism and militarism, science, utility, the essence of Greece, spiritualism, mitigated asceticism, philosophy, art. I've always been more attracted to the Greeks than the Romans.
This civilization will almost certainly perish at some point, human civilization itself will likely perish at some point, but how long before that happens, and how much we will technologically and materially progress before that happens, is anyones guess.

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This crap is part of Traditionalism.
Another form of mind manipulation. If you actually believe that it is true, then you are a hypocrite and a deluded fuck; if you use it as a ploy, then you are clever.
Yes, traditional monarchism is just as full of cow dung as liberal republicanism, absolutes, weapons to be used against imbeciles. The only law is the law of the strong, whether they be oligarchs or democrats.

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There is no God, and so man places himself there. Man is the towards Godliness.
I follow no man.
I am a Greek...in ancient times the Greeks worshiped their dead, their kindred, their own.
The Chinese also worshipped their ancestors, the Greeks also worshipped Zeus and the olympians, they feared the enrinyes, the furies.

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Yes, and I dance to my own rhythms.
My kind is by nature not organizable. They resist assimilation.
The free-spirit always roams alone, outside the walls...entering to briefly rest, indulge and then leave again.
Fool, how well do you know your own blood, your own culture? The Greeks were very community conscious, collectivists and individualists, you sound more like somone from montreal, or from america. Unlike Europe, particularly southern Europe, here, we are not nosy, here, we live and let live, we are not invasive, we do not intrude in other peoples private affairs, like you brown nosy Greeks.
We Scots and Irish like our fucking privacy, we appreciate individualism more than you mediterraneans ever could, with your clannish, insular ways. Here, in Canada, you can do whatever the fuck you want, nobody bothers you, no one so much as looks at you, and that is what it means to be American/Canadian, privately independent (pleasure), and publicly interdepenndent (business), shapr, clear divisions between private and public, where as you fucking Greeks are the other fucking way 'round, but you think you're more free than us, but you're not, back pussy.
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Thu Mar 01, 2012 2:03 am

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did you not declare yourself superior, boy?
Go with that.
Yes father, dad.

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This type is all that.
Ascetic suffices to define the kind.
But it has taken on a nihilistic flavor in out time when everything is taken to an extreme with no balance.
Ascetic in the ancient Greek way: akin to athletics, which in the Greek language bears the same name: ασκηση...ασκητικη
A form of self-denial promoting distinguishing taste.
I wonder if one could make a philosophical, ethical typology corresponding with personality typologies (like myers briggs) and personality disorder typologies (like the DSM IV). INTP/schizoid could = ascetic and ESFJ/histrionic could = hedonist. The others could be a combination of the two. i could be egoist, n could be ?, t could be ascetic, or rationalist, p could be ? (shades of grey morality). Conversely e could be altruist, s could be ?, f could be hedonist, or rationalist, j could be ? (black & white morality).

I don't necessarily think one is good and the other is bad, each is good for different individuals, times and places, although I prefer my own, my own is metaphysically higher on the totem pole.

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So...how did it feel....inside you?
Not so great, but a lady has to make sacrifices, it was the only way I could capture and bottle your essence, and pass it off as my own, would you like to buy some, dad, only 3.95?
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Thu Mar 01, 2012 2:11 am

How does it feel to have my cum in your bum? Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Thu Mar 01, 2012 6:21 pm

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How does it feel to have my cum in your bum? Very Happy
Exciting....I have been adequately exposed.

You win.

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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Thu Mar 01, 2012 6:24 pm

Did you ever consider I may have been attracted to parts of you and your philosophy, not because you possessed something I lack, but because I recognized parts of me in you, only more developed and mature? From the beginning on ilp, it was I who identified with schizoid and intp personality characteristics, and it was I who idenified these personality characteristics (egoism, independence, idiosyncracy, introversion, extneral adaption (world to self adaptation, as opposed self to world adaption), logic, etc) with masculine virtue, associating them with asceticism, spirituality, believing them to be higher on the metaphysical and metapsychological totem pole. I took the work of Karl Jung, who I believe was superior to Freud in many ways, and extrapolated it, exploring its latent philosophical, ethical and political implications. I tried to turn schizoid personality 'disorder' into something to be proud of, believing it to be a most philosophical disposition. It was I, who upheld personality, racial, sexual and cultural archetypes and categories contra the hordes on ilp. It was I, who recognized the quantitative predominance of histrionics and esfjs in our society (the higher, the fewer).

Although I experimented with many paradigms on ilp, my central insight was intps and schizoids constituted a superior race of men, and that they ought to rule, in a philosophical meritocracy or aristocracy of sorts, preferably justly, or injustly, depending on how much I hated humanity and loathed existence at the time, either that or that they ought to abandon society, living on the margins, on the fringes, so as to not lose our freedom and our uniqueness.

Who was more charasmatic than I, other than you and that tool Cezar? I would adopt controversial positions on metaphysics, psychology, race, gender, politics, economics, whatever, sometimes because I believed them to be true, sometimes just for the hell of it, just because I like it when they odds are against me, I like standing out in a crowd, challenging and usurping.

Sorry I couldn't be another one of your complaicant pets, like an apaosha.


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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Thu Mar 01, 2012 6:25 pm

Satyr > Man becomes decadent when the fruits of his success turn into a crutch and comfort becomes more enticing than work and effort. It's a natural process.
See Roman Empire.
Judeo-Christianity infected the west, through Rome, because it had become weak, soft, complacent, living on its past glory. It atrophied and withered and was infected with a virus which, in unison with its gene/meme, it morphed into what we call Christianity.

There is a paradox here. What separates the Romans from the Xts. is their Morality to tolerate all sorts of parasites, all sorts of men, whereas Xt. morality only tolerates "virtuous" men, "good" men. Under early Rome, as someone phrased it nicely, Xts. were not persecuted, but prosecuted for having dual religion against the State; whereas Xt. morality persecuted all the brave and the strong and the fierce as "immoral" in its favour. Rome did not decline, it was inverted.

Satyr > Hellas, was culture ....Rome was civilization.
One has a spiritual aspect to it...it is more organic...the other is mechanical, it is utilitarian...it is technique and technology, no heart, little essence.
Eyes > Rome was always less spiritual than Greece, it didn't become that way due to old age, the very essence of Rome was materialism, hedonism, commercialism and militarism, science, utility, the essence of Greece, spiritualism, mitigated asceticism, philosophy, art.

Coulanges [Ancient City] remarked Rome had no need for religion because,
“This State and its religion were so totally fused that it is impossible not only to imagine a conflict between them, but even to distinguish one from the other.”
They had no word for religion; religio meant sacredness of the State; the land where the ancestors were buried were holy land. Its empire-building Was its Spirituality - Evola on Rome in one line.


Eyes > We Scots and Irish like our fucking privacy, we appreciate individualism more than you mediterraneans ever could, with your clannish, insular ways. Here, in Canada, you can do whatever the fuck you want, nobody bothers you, no one so much as looks at you, and that is what it means to be American/Canadian, privately independent (pleasure), and publicly interdepenndent (business), shapr, clear divisions between private and public, where as you fucking Greeks are the other fucking way 'round, but you think you're more free than us, but you're not.

In Greek and German, "freedom" implied inheritance, not emancipation from collectivity. A disinherited individual who thus could not participate in a community was the most un-free being, even worse than a slave. Even the latter had his place in the family. It implied the most free being was the one who in bonding carried the "luck" of the entire community, and a breach in this kinship broke 'peace' of freedom. Being free was not a whimsical affair but it came with the heavy weight and bearing of the luck and thus destiny of a whole clan - the 'Scots' called the 'Honour' of such a being bound - frethe/freith... how well do you know your own blood, your own culture?
Your idea of individuality sounds typically Xt.; an individuality so inflated that it doesn't want anyone to harm or bother it; to leave it in peace so that it can enjoy being comfortable and never has to expend itself. Basically, a fleshly utalitarianism of pleasure/pain.

Eyes > So in other words, philosophy is pretense for you, a means to an end, the primary goal being psychoanalysis.
This thread didn't go the way your were anticipating, did it? You weren't hoping for a philosophical exchange,...Your philosophy is half baked anyway, some points are very ingenious, others are full of holes and contradictions, and I am not saying this because I am a Christian (you wish), I am saying this because I am superior to you in some ways. This isn't about philosophy, it is about you masterbating, exposing and raping naive minds with some truth.

Superior? Unearthing 'contradictions' in a person's philosophy and judging that therefore- as "challenged" or at fault, says more about your need for Certainty. That something should be beyond contradiction - this demand for consistency is an instinct of weakness looking for props. What is being exposed is your need and drive to box someone into your comfortable labels, categories, boxes; because to do so is to make someone appear more predictable, less threatening.

Eyes > but finally (only after 46 years) you woke up to a stark reality.

The consciousness that has gone over a longer, slower protraction, having sat at and experienced every nook and corner... calmly reflecting, coming to conclusions slowly, carefully,- such delayed judgements might reveal a more superior and more active consciousness and individuality than all the ones with their quick book passive awareness. Information cannot substitute for Experience. There's a difference in the quality of consciousness between one who has watched another wounded by fire and learnt, and one whose judgements have come from being wounded. That you think age is an issue befitting of a mockery informs the 'pitiful' way of how you see things in the narrow-minded frame of useful/useless. Its the religion of 'pity' that wishes to spare others from the need of their own unique personal distresses, from the 'uselessness' of their having to suffer so far, and that they had to suffer at all...

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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Thu Mar 01, 2012 7:14 pm

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Did you ever consider I may have been attracted to parts of you and your philosophy, not because you possessed something I lack, but because I recognized parts of me in you, only more developed and mature?
I am unable t imagine myself in your position or grasp your different point of view.
But it does not matter.

I believe the victory, itself, will suffice.
But you are not the first to shatter me and destroy my positions....for others have already bettered me and declared themselves my replacements.


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There is a paradox here. What separates the Romans from the Xts. is their Morality to tolerate all sorts of parasites, all sorts of men, whereas Xt. morality only tolerates "virtuous" men, "good" men. Under early Rome, as someone phrased it nicely, Xts. were not persecuted, but prosecuted for having dual religion against the State; whereas Xt. morality persecuted all the brave and the strong and the fierce as "immoral" in its favour. Rome did not decline, it was inverted.
Yes.
Christianity was the process of inversion. The Jewish double pyramid making up the star of David is representative.
This is nihilism. We live in the remnants of this inversion: all is the opposite of what it actually was.
Strength is weakness...ego and pride is sin rather than a virtue....being male is an insult...being male is being another female.

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Coulanges [Ancient City] remarked Rome had no need for religion because,
“This State and its religion were so totally fused that it is impossible not only to imagine a conflict between them, but even to distinguish one from the other.”
They had no word for religion; religio meant sacredness of the State; the land where the ancestors were buried were holy land. Its empire-building Was its Spirituality - Evola on Rome in one line.
Yes, but I cannot ascribe to the idea of a Christian state, the Vatican. Each religion has its own spirit.


For me the virtue of knowing yourself is not something mystical.
When I say essence I mean your spirit as this has been determined by your past. To know yourself is to know your past...but to know something you must accept it.

Identity only has to do with recognizing, accepting and dealing with your past.
But there is no contradiction in my views, as he has not exposed any.
He only attacks my motives and character. Like a little boy desperate for daddy's affection but too shy and proud to ask for it.

Telling someone that he lies is easy....exposing him as a liar is not so easy.
Did you see him offer an example of my "contradictions"? No, because he's afraid that they might be based no his inability to follow.
This is him, her, trying to engage me...like the other little man-child, puff the magic dragon.

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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Thu Mar 01, 2012 7:39 pm

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Coulanges [Ancient City] remarked Rome had no need for religion because,
“This State and its religion were so totally fused that it is impossible not only to imagine a conflict between them, but even to distinguish one from the other.”
They had no word for religion; religio meant sacredness of the State; the land where the ancestors were buried were holy land. Its empire-building Was its Spirituality - Evola on Rome in one line.

In many ways, Greece and Rome constitued a single nation. Metaphysically speaking, Greece was the heart and soul of the country, Rome the body. The Romans adopted their art and literature, their mythology, their philosophical traditions- namely stoicism, epicureanism, and skepticism. They pragmatized Greek culture and spirituality. Rome was less interesting and less dynamic because their state was indistinguishable and inseperable from their philosophy and their religion. This separation between philosophy, religion and state, is what made Greek culture more diverse, more mature and more logical, rational, because rival schools had to fight for dominance and supremacy, via logic and reason, where as in Rome, there was more of a monopoly.

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In Greek and German, "freedom" implied inheritance, not emancipation from collectivity. A disinherited individual who thus could not participate in a community was the most un-free being, even worse than a slave. Even the latter had his place in the family. It implied the most free being was the one who in bonding carried the "luck" of the entire community, and a breach in this kinship broke 'peace' of freedom. Being free was not a whimsical affair but it came with the heavy weight and bearing of the luck and thus destiny of a whole clan - the 'Scots' called the 'Honour' of such a being bound - frethe/freith... how well do you know your own blood, your own culture?
Your idea of individuality sounds typically Xt.; an individuality so inflated that it doesn't want anyone to harm or bother it; to leave it in peace so that it can enjoy being comfortable and never has to expend itself. Basically, a fleshly utalitarianism of pleasure/pain.
First of all, just who the hell do you think you are? This isn't ancient Rome, dear, last I checked, this is 21st century North America, the home of Denis Leary and Albert Fish, there is no aristocracy anymore, there are no clans and tribes, I'm not talking about medieval Scotland and Ireland, I'm talking about the land the English, Irish and Scotish built on the backs of niggers and natives, this isn't some history book, this is the modern world.

Secondly, I don't want to be part of a clan or a tribe or a gang, not merely because I like being comfortabe, though there is that too, but because I want to preserve my individuality and my freedom. I don't want to have to compete with others, for ideals that may not be my own, for things I may not want or need, I compete on my own terms, I have no loyalties, I make few commitments. If people and circumstances change, I change, I am a Stirnerite egoist, I do not need your corporate or your clannish slave morality, I have my own ambitions, my own visions, dreams and goals. Whether you sacrifice yourself for a corporation or a clan, you're still practicing a form of slave morality, unless you were lucky enough to inherit a beta or the alpha position. Although clans are more similar in blood and values, usually, unless you're a captive, at least with corporations, they don't put a gun to your head, if you do not wish to be a part of them, you can leave. I am my own highest value.

I'll deal with the rest of this later.


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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Thu Mar 01, 2012 8:12 pm

You must forgive this child...he lives in a modern box, where history is linearly ascending and the past has not merely altered states but has been cleaned off the surface of our minds.
The thing about these creatures that call themselves human is that they've substituted knowledge for wisdom, and words for spirit, and that the stirring in their heart that keeps them restless is something which they cannot explain, finding objects and objectives to deal with it.

Still, do they not recognize it, when they come across it? Do they not catch their breath, before deciding to break it to pieces, as if they could?
A jilted lover sometimes dreams of killing his loved one. He plans it out when he sees her from afar, carousing with other boys, totally unaware of his heated stare upon her nape.

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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Thu Mar 01, 2012 10:51 pm

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I am unable t imagine myself in your position or grasp your different point of view.
But it does not matter.

I believe the victory, itself, will suffice.
But you are not the first to shatter me and destroy my positions....for others have already bettered me and declared themselves my replacements.
Fine, you win, I was unable to find a contradiction in your philosophy, I honestly thought I spotted one or two (go back and look for them if you can't remember).

Edit- Upon further inspection, I think I noted a few, minor, contradictions, you've yet to respond to.

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He only attacks my motives and character.
I was merely responding in kind.

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Like a little boy desperate for daddy's affection but too shy and proud to ask for it.
There are also parts of you and your philosophy I can't relate to, or disagree with.

There is a time to be humble and learn, and a time to teach, I have no problem admitting this. Do you feel as if you were molested by Schopenhauer, Marx, or Nietzsche? Do you think I spend all day, every day thinking about you? Your work is just a little hobby of mine. I think your caricatures and such are very intriguing, and I wish you 'success', even if you don't desire any.

BTW, I am no 'manchild', I'm self sufficient, thanks.


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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Thu Mar 01, 2012 11:05 pm

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You must forgive this child...he lives in a modern box, where history is linearly ascending and the past has not merely altered states but has been cleaned off the surface of our minds.
I believe time and history is probably cyclical, you believe it is linearly regressing, though I suppose it will do me no good to say it again.
I can think of no better evidence and example to support 'eternal recurrence' than you... you keep repeating yourself over and over again, in spite of a dynamic and chaning universe.
You go on believing about people whatever you wish, and placing the world into box A, and yourself into box B.

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and that the stirring in their heart that keeps them restless is something which they cannot explain, finding objects and objectives to deal with it.
That stirring is mortality, manifested in different ways, lust being one of them.


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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Thu Mar 01, 2012 11:12 pm

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Superior? Unearthing 'contradictions' in a person's philosophy and judging that therefore- as "challenged" or at fault, says more about your need for Certainty. That something should be beyond contradiction - this demand for consistency is an instinct of weakness looking for props. What is being exposed is your need and drive to box someone into your comfortable labels, categories, boxes; because to do so is to make someone appear more predictable, less threatening.
No, it says more about your need to follow your heart in spite of the facts.

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The consciousness that has gone over a longer, slower protraction, having sat at and experienced every nook and corner... calmly reflecting, coming to conclusions slowly, carefully,- such delayed judgements might reveal a more superior and more active consciousness and individuality than all the ones with their quick book passive awareness. Information cannot substitute for Experience. There's a difference in the quality of consciousness between one who has watched another wounded by fire and learnt, and one whose judgements have come from being wounded. That you think age is an issue befitting of a mockery informs the 'pitiful' way of how you see things in the narrow-minded frame of useful/useless. Its the religion of 'pity' that wishes to spare others from the need of their own unique personal distresses, from the 'uselessness' of their having to suffer so far, and that they had to suffer at all...
There is a time to be quick and a time to be slow, it's about context.
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 6:42 am

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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 11:56 am

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I noticed you had Nicole on there and not me....can't say I'm not jealous ;]]
I have new pics ;]]
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 11:58 am

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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 12:11 pm









Don't ask me how I can look so sweet and innocent when we all know I'm a cold hearted bitch but yeah...


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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 12:41 pm

Lyssa, women don't misspell mast(u)rbate I'm afraid.
Women don't misspell.
It's rather uncommon.
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 5:39 pm

'Lyssa', I find it amusing you're criticizing me for doing what Satyr, your lord and master, does on a regular basis. Has Satyr no made it his lifes work to know and unerstand people, their strengths and especially their weaknesses, categorising, labeling, placing individuals in boxes so as to make them predictable, and non threatening. I know you're just standing by your man, but do try to know what your man represents, at least.

Ivy, are you competing with Lyssa for Satyr's devoution? Btw, this is a philosophy forum, at least I thought it was. I think you'll get more of the kind of attention you're looking for and deserve on facebook, or pof.


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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 5:46 pm

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Don't ask me how I can look so sweet and innocent when we all know I'm a cold hearted bitch but yeah...
What makes you think you look "innocent"?


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Lyssa', I find it amusing you're criticizing me for doing what Satyr, your lord and master, does on a regular basis. Has Satyr no made it his lifes work to knowing and unerstanding people, their strengths and especially their weaknesses, categorising, labeling. I know you're just standing by your man, but do try to know what your man represents, at least.
A new reincarnation, is it?

I'm afraid it's not what you do but how you do it.

Might as well tell me I have a small penis and I can't get laid.

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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 5:56 pm

Hey, your persona is just a rip off of that book/movie.

Do you mean to tell me it's more about syle, than substance, for you?

Is that last one an admission of inadequacy?
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 6:59 pm

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Ivy, are you competing with Lyssa for Satyr's devoution? Btw, this is a philosophy forum, at least I thought it was. I think you'll get more of the kind of attention you're looking for and deserve on facebook, or pof.

You're such a cute little twat :]]

Yeah.

Eat it.
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 7:03 pm

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Is that last one an admission of inadequacy?
Yes...

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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 7:05 pm

THIS IS A FORMAL AFFAIR


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PHILOSTOPHERS AT WORK


we do not want to see ur tits
u are not going to distract us from our divine insights
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 7:16 pm

but you really do want to see my tits. here you go. xoxo

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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:00 pm

back off bitch, his pene is mine, he appreciates me 'cause I'm more than just a pretty face.

How old are you Ivy, you look about 12 or 14 in your last picture. MMM, just the way I like 'em, easy and uncomplicated.

Yup, I guess I was wrong. Nothing mystical, supernatural, complicated or even itellectual going on here. Just rods and cones... cause and effect.
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:20 pm

I give up. I lose.
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:29 pm

I'm just a poor, lonely, internet surfing schizoid, who likes to show off how pretty his mind is, and day dream 'bout utopias where I am God king. I am nobody. I'm indolent, apathetic and a borderline nihilist.


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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:31 pm

"Utopias", turd?

I am Satyr.
That's all you need to know.

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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:36 pm

eyesinthedark wrote:
I give up. I lose.
Copy cat.
How can you lose when I've already been totally destroyed by you?

"Apathetic", turd?
Really?

I have a son...I am involved.
You, on the other hand, are a turd with homosexual tendencies and a feminine proclivity towards vengeance and back-biting.

I like.

Tell me more about me, dear girl.

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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:41 pm

Dammit, I only said all that because I thought you'd show some humility, although it is true, not trying to back away from what I said, lthough I haven't dreamed of utopias in a long time. I will callenge you any time motherfucker, you are my intellectual inferior, your notion of regressive history and metaphysics is laughable. HA!
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:50 pm

I know....it is obvious, because you said so.

Turd, when a fighter enters a rink, an arena, he does not sit in his corner telling his opponent how he can, or will, or might, break his face.

Until you actually offer something with meat , instead of all this shrill girlishness, I will have to offer you quotes, because I can't be bothered to offer more:

Schopenhauer, Arthur wrote:
• With people of limited ability modesty is merely honesty. But with those who possess great talent it is hypocrisy.

• (Politeness is) a tacit agreement that people's miserable defects, whether moral or intellectual, shall on either side be ignored and not be made the subject of reproach.

• Pride ... is the direct appreciation of oneself.

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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:57 pm

Fair enough, I wasn't demanding humility from you, I just wanted a little.

I'll be back...
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sat Mar 03, 2012 11:55 pm

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I just wanted a little butt-meat. That's why I'm a catty whore.
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sun Mar 04, 2012 11:13 am

lol, this is funny in a very pathetic way
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Sun Mar 04, 2012 2:09 pm

I need a challenge too :[[

Things is boring.
People are dumber than dirt.
Everything I hear anymore I can't help but break out in laughter over, and find contradiction in...

Oh and I really don't understand what's so great about dogs. I really don't. I hate the furry fucks.
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Mon Mar 05, 2012 3:26 am

I feel that eyesinthedark has single handedly sucked away all the interest I had for this place.
She sheer volume and speed of the stupid inanity he puts on here is enough to make me cringe and walk away.

It's like talking to a retard on speed.
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Mon Mar 05, 2012 3:29 am

I think people should only be alowed to buy dogs under obtainance of a license, much like guns, and after proving the need for it's functions. The dogs sold should be sterile.

Speaking of dogs, I had heard many odes to poison's beauty. I feel I have been overhyped.
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Mon Mar 05, 2012 3:41 am

Could you tell me more about my inanities, give me some examples? What do you think about me is so stupid, I'm curious?
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PostSubject: Re: Open Challenge Mon Mar 05, 2012 3:42 am

Well, you may want to stick around, I was just on my way out.
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