here is a coolio link that enjoyed reading and just thought that i would share:
it talks about impulses to fight or flee during times of threat. i feel like my instincts are permanently set on flee.
Now, I'm certainly no adherent of astrology, but no one can deny that the moon and the stars have some, if not tiny, effect on the inhabitants of this planet. Just as the great circling rock moves the oceans, it can move us all. It's not that I think that people will go insane during different a full moon nor that a complete lack of moonlight will...
That's right! I, Aaron Kinney, atheist and anarchist, have just become an ordained minister at the Universal Life Church.
Ordination is free, and getting licensed to conduct weddings is only $5. You can even get a doctorate of divinity for only $29.99!
If you are like me, and you don't dig that dogmatic religious stuff, you'll be pleased...
"...What this debate overlooks is that America and Britain left Iraq long ago – in spirit anyway. Politically and emotionally, if not physically, the Coalition of the Willing has already ‘cut and run’. Now, some want to make Western withdrawal a formal as well as a political reality, especially those who have been left behind in Iraq:...
I'd just like to quickly apologize for the high concentration of Daft Punk references on this page, for now. I just saw them live last night and am doubly obsessed, if that's even possible. I'm only human, after all.
Aside from my musical preferences though, I've been thinking quite a bit about something lately. The show was outdoors....
"This is why ethics would be better named - since it speaks Greek - a 'eu-oudénose', a smug nihilism.
Againgst this we can set only that which is yet not being, but which our thought declares itself able to conceive.
Every age - and in the end, none is worth more than any other - has its own figure of nihilism. The names...
We are one more step closer to our destiny. I knew this day would eventually come. Stupidity had no chance to stand against my... uhhmmm ... our intelligence, strategy and tactics.
Hit them when they least expected. Just when they tough everyone was like them, making a fool out of them self, living through the comfort of stupidity. It...
It is a victory that you’re seeing me on your browser. I speak to you from high orbit, 22,000 miles above your planet, your planet because I walked away from it rather than admit I was wrong.
You can see me but I can’t see you, we don’t have the two-ways here, but it is beautiful, to hear the voices of those of you who are here. How many...
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The press release is in French. I ran it through Altavista Babelfish for crappy English:
EXPANSIONISME - MANIFESTE 4
Paris, 2004 – Caracas, 2007
After the II World war, the compass of the art of avant-garde pointed towards Uruguay and Argentina. After the...
“Imaginations and its power emerge from journeys through the night, from communication that has become impossible in the heart of the closest proximity, from paths used by dreams to tame the violence of sex and death. It is under the surface of the obvious that imagination draws its energies, from the daily collapsing of past proofs and...
Nikola Tesla = wants to stand proudly next to his maker,
Timothy Leary = wants to dethrone God by becoming him (become an evolutionary agent, be the programmer of his own mind and the universe, become immortal).
What do you think?
it is is really great that we are able to adapt and make things easier and more efficient for ourselves.
but looking at it form another side we are just lazy.
sometimes i am unsure why i make the choices i make.
I have been discovering 8-bit music and "Chiptunes" (music made for the sounds on specific microchips) on the web. There is a musical style, visual aesthetic, and consistent mentality to the whole thing. Also, artists' interests appear to be generational. What I mean is, it seems like the older you are, the older the systems you use to...