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from shikaka - Thursday, April 03, 2008
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Is your planet full of lush greenerery, with clean water and a self-sustaining ecosystem? Does everything function symbiotically, in an awe-inspiring balance of wondrous proportion?

Then you need HUMANS! In just a short few thousand years, humans can completely and utterly FUCK UP YOUR PLANET! Simply integrate them into your amazing world and watch as they mindlessly gobble up resources, clear-cut rainforests, manufacture usless shit at an alarming rate, spew noxious and/or toxic chemicals into the water and air, deplete your ozone layer, enslave and murder their own kind, and divide the planet into imaginary sections so that they can worship shiny rocks and colorful pieces of paper.

SO! If you're tired of your boring planet, full of peace, tranquility, animals, plants, natural resources, and clean water, dont hesistate to order HUMANS today! Thanks to an excess, Planet Earth has literally BILLIONS of these creatures to spare!

COME ON, UNIVERSE! Isnt it time you enjoyed the benefits that only HUMANS can offer?

***WARNING***Humans are not for everyone. Side effects may include climate change, war, rape, drugs, disease, poverty, politicians, the apocalypse, reality TV, torture, prostitution, recreational joggers, Rosie O' Donnell, K-fed, and religious zealotry.

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from Lance
Friday, April 11, 2008 - 18:34


Nice! That would make a pleasant infomercial for a change.
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from great quote
Thursday, April 10, 2008 - 12:14


'As stated in Babiak and Hare's book 'Snakes In Suits' once we collude in the psychopaths game then their reality becomes our reality and then any doubts we have about them will soon become doubts about ourselves.

The mind boggling certainty of the psychopath is hypnotic, it literally STUNS the normal person and immobilizes them into inaction.

A knowledgeable person is what they fear because it will break the hypnotic spell and this will awaken and mobilize them to act in unison so as to actually do something about it. But the normal people must know what the real problem is (psychopaths). Otherwise normal people will only see themselves as the problem and then they will create hateful divisions within themselves and then fight each other because BOTH sides have bonded with the psychopaths who influence them into playing their game of divide and conquer.'

great article on pyscopaths and they are IN THE MINORITY. they are not us all.

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from Mammal
Wednesday, April 09, 2008 - 20:54


You and me baby, ain't nothing but mammals. ...

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From Madly fan
Thursday, April 10, 2008, 06:08

Is that you Madly, or an imposter?(reply to this comment
From I survived the Madly virus!
Thursday, April 10, 2008, 06:23

Madly this, Madly that...... the obsession is getting annoying.(reply to this comment
From madly
Thursday, April 10, 2008, 07:39

I hadn't realized there was an obsession. (reply to this comment
From madly
Thursday, April 10, 2008, 07:45

Oh, and I am a virus now?(reply to this comment
From Oddman
Thursday, April 10, 2008, 08:06


Hey, isn't that a compliment?(reply to this comment

From madly
Thursday, April 10, 2008, 09:52

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I don't know about that, but it sure is hella funny. Nice to see your name, oddie. ;)(reply to this comment

From rainy
Friday, April 11, 2008, 01:18

Oddie, come baaaack! We miss you!!!!(reply to this comment
From Madly fan
Thursday, April 10, 2008, 07:10

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So are you!(reply to this comment
from check out this blog-smoking mirrors
Tuesday, April 08, 2008 - 05:41


Quote: Vadim Rapp said...
> Greed. Corporate most obscene.

and that corporate consists of whom, specifically? isn't it 99% of the population, by any chance.

No, it's not a mindset shared by 99% of the world's population, and not even 99% of Western culture's. Basmati rice was not patented in India because the farmers rose up and said "No." Crowds numbering in the hundreds of thousands have come out to say No to the WTO on many occasions in many countries, including the U.S.. Who are these protesters, and what are they protesting?

They do seem to be protesting a what rather than a who, and though corporate leaders may all be people too and we're all in this together, the what that is being protested seems to me to be the unprecedented leverage with which a small number of these individuals control the distribution and allocation of tremendous amounts of resources around the world.

There are many, many people around the world who have different priorities for and ideas about the use of the world's resources, but those not in lockstep agreement with the priorities and ideas of whoever currently control the levers are not being heard due to application of more of that leverage via a consolidated mass media.

It doesn't matter if these individuals have all used the same secret handshake for a thousand years or if they are just the most ruthless apes du jour, the result is the same. It's a diseased mindset, and one that compels its sufferers to quarantine themselves away from those not similarly infected with this virulent strain of greed that always seems to be spreading.

Pull the lever of education, and suddenly a population is simply no longer aware of things like logic, science, or reason beyond the absolute basics, if that. They graduate from school without understanding basic economics, law, or politics unless they studied those disciplines specifically, and then only within a university or college. It's hard to change anything when you don't even have the tools to start looking for alternatives, or aren't aware that any are possible.

Pull the lever of religion and some raving lunatic inserts himself between you and the Mystery of all that is like some opportunistic middleman. He comes up and knocks you unconscious with his big fat book then tells you what the Creator of the Universe really meant to say. It's hard to find your own center and stay aware of your innate connectedness to everything and everyone when your head's been twisted by some man's tortured vision of a vengeful and divisive god.

What makes the tips of these metaphoric pyramids so powerful is the leverage they command. Somewhere there's a man who obtained his lunch today by finding a particular plant on the edge of a forest and digging it out of the ground with a stick, then cooking it over an open fire. Someone else, at the exact same time, enjoyed a lunch consisting of delicacies from around the world that all came together on his plate thanks to an unimaginable confluence of complex industrial processes and a tremendous exhaustion of natural resources. One of those lunches was partly at the expense of the other.

These levers have been yanked around for a long time now, so when all of us were born things were already well on their way to where they are. We can only live in the world we're in, and the corporate paradigm has been doing its thing for so long that we can't help but be part of the problem, simply by existing. Knowing this does not help us solve anything, however.

My clothes all came from sweatshops, my car burns oil paid for with blood and future disasters, I use plastic disposable things, my house is warmed partly by coal and partly by uranium. Seems clear that the problem here, obviously, is me. Or is it?

Give me and my friends a chance to control those levers for a change and then I'll accept the blame if I make the world a mess. Until then, I will continue to criticize those who control them now.

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from Baxter
Sunday, April 06, 2008 - 12:45


wahey, my favourite cynic! How goezit, dude? still in US, or have you moved yet?

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From shikaka
Sunday, April 06, 2008, 13:48

Still here, still trying to sort out the same shit...(reply to this comment
from Samuel
Sunday, April 06, 2008 - 12:42


Yep, China has beat our record as biggest emitter of greenhouse gases.

And for those who say I never read AlJazeera...

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From rainy
Friday, April 11, 2008, 22:58

Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5(Agree/Disagree?)
Well you have to look at emissions of greenhouse gases per capita. When you look at it that way, Australians have the biggest carbon footprint, although we are one of the lowest emitting countries. That's because there is not a huge disparity of quality of life amongst Australians. China on the other hand has many people who ride bicycles every day. Per capita they're relatively low, although they are perhaps the world's highest emitting country. USA is much, much worse per capita.(reply to this comment
From Lance
Friday, April 11, 2008, 19:32

Average visitor agreement is 1 out of 5(Agree/Disagree?)
Wow Samuel! You have really embraced all things truely unreal. Do you have any other machinations that you wish to reveal? Do tell.(reply to this comment
From shikaka
Sunday, April 06, 2008, 14:00

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Here you are, Samuel; one more news source for your collection. to this comment

From rainy
Monday, April 07, 2008, 04:38

What the hell IS that?(reply to this comment
From Samuel
Sunday, April 06, 2008, 14:49


Dr. Gene Ray looks more like a bum who needs to get a job then the wisest human.

I doubt the world's wisest human would say (quote) "Opposites Create, not God,
who equates queer creator
and masturbation creation
of Evil Oneness Educators.

Furthermore, I think Josh, a guy I used to work with, would have taken offense to that statement. He happens to be gay.

"Wikipedia claim that the
Time Cube is non-science
constitutes a Grave error
by the half-brain bastard
who can't think opposite
of the lies he was taught. "

At this point, I cannot help but remember the words to the Family song "Religious Persecution"

For one thing, no where is it mentioned where this clown went to college. However, he has a Doctorate of Cubicism, awarded by himself of course. He also makes ludicrous statements such as:

1. Dr. Gene Ray will reincarnate. As a black man.

2. It is not immoral to kill Christians. (Remind me not to stand too close to this guy)

3. NASA is plotting his death. No indication of whether this coordinates with #1 above.

4. " Tis Time to kill any educator who does not teach Cubicism above cubelessness. To save humanity from extinction, like prior civilizations perished, youth must redirect self teachers, or destroy them. ... It is not immoral for students to kill all educators who ignore Nature's Harmonic Time Cube or suppress free speech rights to debate Time Cube Creation Principle. " (Wtf? Now it's okay to kil educators who don't agree with you?)

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From shikaka
Sunday, April 06, 2008, 15:14


Nice critique of a crazy person. I'll be sure to bring you in next time I need a technical analysis of an already patently absurd theory.

I wonder about you, Samuel. Its like the engine is running but there's nobody behind the wheel. (reply to this comment

from Phoenixkidd
Saturday, April 05, 2008 - 21:31

Good one Shikaka> It always amazed me how some governments encourage populations to settle in sparse regions or policies of Transmigration. It really is a fucked up world with too many people!
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from rainy
Saturday, April 05, 2008 - 16:36

I like it. I'm about to start a new blog on social/political/environmental issues, can I use this?
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From shikaka
Saturday, April 05, 2008, 21:17


Yeah, no problem!(reply to this comment

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