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A discussion on the emasculation of society and it's consequence by Anonymous on December 31st, 2012, 12:20 pm
(satire=a literary composition, in verse or prose, in which human folly and vice are held up to scorn, derision, or ridicule.)

As the gun debate unfolds it becomes clear that large segments of the population are no longer willing to accept that a man, or a woman for that matter, has the right to defend themselves. This is just another example of how fussy thinking emasculators have come to dominate society. There was a time in not too distant past when everyone understood that the gene pool was best served by letting everyone crazy enough to carry a weapon do so. Unrestricted weapons served two purposes, one it quickly removed the ultra violent in gun duals and shoot outs from the population, secondly it improved the gene pool by removing anyone incapable of defending themselves. What the emasculators fail to understand is that fighting the natural order of things always results in disastrous consequences in the long term. Removing the evolutionary prerogative of violence from the...

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mouth emerging from the primordial ooze of sleep... by Anonymous on June 19th, 2014, 6:53 am
ultimately you are the variable of an identity of meaning... the nexus of the intake and the crux of the output... its really not about the 'illusion of choice' its more about smiling for the love of your life despite wanting to escape and break both of your hearts in some sardonic and elaborate plot to self destruct in such fashion that they, them, the root of your paranoia, change because of...
cats typically aren't big enough to keep you warm at night unless its a lion or tiger or panther or cougar or unless its a warm night... then you can sleep with the sheet all akimbo to your grains... the way a vestment drapes across a cross at holy ghost tent revivals and in small chambers off to one corner of a church during holy days in the calender of tradition...
you can dream and be unaware that you are dreaming... and even though the hodgepodge and anarchay of them is unbelievable, if you don't remember them as the work of an unconscious mind, they will eat up meaning in your life... in short...

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plastic death bloom by Anonymous on March 18th, 2014, 3:26 pm
i bought a new watch today... its shiny and sharp... i really took some time looking and when it came down to the compromise of the better band and the less desireable face and the better features of the other the choice was clear... now i don't accessorize my my style and when it comes to fashion sense i am as others have put it hopelessly grungy... i mean its about the essentials... or is it...
people die everyday... and they can't take things like watches with them... and is that the only difference between mortality and immortality... a cargo cult... materialists... we bury the dead like the body goes too... but it stays... and then we put a stone above it, perhaps because we as living beings cannot fathom the permenance of things beyond ourselves and we just like putting like things together in groups...
while some seek the fountain of youth... others choose to enrich the imaginary world within themselves with concepts of time that blink eons away and cling to the moment with white...

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Bastille Day: rated "R" for violent content by Anonymous on July 14th, 2009, 6:59 pm
I learned something today: Don't mess with the French. Those who know the French National Anthem, which I looked up today for the first time, know what I am talking about.

Let's go children of the fatherland,
The day of glory has arrived!
Against us tyranny's
Bloody flag is raised! (repeat)
In the countryside, do you hear
The roaring of these fierce soldiers?
They come right to our arms
To slit the throats of our sons, our friends!

Grab your weapons, citizens!
Form your batallions!
Let us march! Let us march!
May impure blood
Water our fields!
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Realism, Supervenience, and Irresolvable Aesthetic Disputes by Anonymous on March 26th, 2011, 1:22 pm
By John W. Bender, from The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 54:4, 1996, pp. 371-381.

Amongst Bender's discussion of supervenience and the importance of disagreement amongst ideal critics, two things he says of aesthetic properties strikes one as being of great use to the anti-realist.

Firstly, he mentions that, according to the relational analysis of aesthetic properties, "a work's having an aesthetic property F … is for it to have some set of (other features and relations which makes the work evoke in some relevant class of perceivers or critics certain responses and judgements, including the judgement that it is appropriate to call the work F". (p.371, italics added.)

In order to account for the way in which most are averse to subjectivism, the italicised component of the relational analysis' claim seems intriguing, for it opens up the possibility of a causal relation between an object and i...

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