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Crush the skulls of hippies

20 06 11 - 21:06

This bastard logic has infested our entire society because it is popular, only because like to think nice things about themselves, even if those have no bearing in reality:


Elizabeth Kubler-Ross once wrote: “The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and found their way out of the depths. These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, gentleness and a deep loving concern. Beautiful people do not just happen.”

My mother was beautiful in this way, and helped move me to compassion. World Refugee Day is a reminder that there is no "us" and "them." There is only us, one human family, connected in ways we sometimes forget. - MSN


This New Testament (after Souls of Black -- oh wait, not that Testament) horse shit is popular because it implies that those who suffer have some divinity we can all appreciate. In reality, it's a way of saying that misery loves company, especially those with a more profound kind of misery. If those more miserables are accepted, the regular miserables can feel accepted too.

Even more, we start seeing emotional solutions to life instead of practical ones. It's terrible you got gang raped and had your rectum used as an ashtray by a visiting army, but now you've found a deep inner peace and love. We are all one! How silly are these little things that divide us. If we could just realize -- vacant, soul-searching, stoned expression -- that we're all just ONE, man, we wouldn't need these stupid wars and shit. We'd all just work together.

If you haven't had enough stupidity yet, here's a hipster version of it:


Bringing a stone grasped firmly by the top
In each hand, like an old-stone savage armed.
He moves in darkness as it seems to me~
Not of woods only and the shade of trees.
He will not go behind his father's saying,
And he likes having thought of it so well
He says again, "Good fences make good neighbors." - Some I Live in New England. You Probably Haven't Heard of It guy


The implication is that it's neanderthal to build fences. We should all just get along instead. We erect barriers that divide us, and so we're perpetually the bad guys, feeling that other people are bad.

We're not one because we need to differentiate in abilities so that some become more intelligent than others. This entire universe is a filtration system to produce and retain intelligence; it shapes us with a reward system that benefits those who study reality, adapt to it, and then improve it. Until our ancestors learned to find shelter at night, it was bleak indeed; even better was when they abandoned leaf-nests and started living in caves or making permanent habitations. Even better was when they learned to produce fire, and then soap, finally modern plumbing and housing with hot water and climate control. Like a video game, life/nature/al-Jehovah set out a series of obstacles for us to master and rewarded us with more comfort in return.

But for growth and change to happen, some need to rise above and go make something better. That doesn't happen when we're all committed to tolerance and understanding. Indeed, being committed to tolerance and understanding is a full-time job. It leaves no room for anything but minimal technological innovation. Society stagnates while we try to be nice to each other, like a great cocktail party in Heaven.

The moronic hippies are just the most recent incarnation of this view. Its roots are far, far older. When we confront suffering and sadness in life, we either find a way to ignore them, or we find a way to make them significant -- such as seeing them as goals to beat, or means to an end that is bigger than ourselves. Crowdists, liberals, hippies, shopping addicts, prostitutes of all stripes, keep-up-with-the-Joneses MBA assholes, "banksters," and stoner doom fans all fit into the first of those two views.

The future belongs to those who transcend that. If we're lucky, life will reward us with a chance to crush the skulls of hippies and convert their miserable lives into a few moments of amusement (for us) and mortal terror (for them), which will in turn purify their souls of the fundamental negativity toward life that blighted their existences.

36 comments

It's fun to make up stories.
"That doesn't happen when we're all committed to tolerance and understanding."

Actually, yeah it does.

"Indeed, being committed to tolerance and understanding is a full-time job."

Enforced intolerance is actually a lot more work.

"It leaves no room for anything but minimal technological innovation."

I'm sorry, who got the a-bomb first?

"Society stagnates while we try to be nice to each other, like a great cocktail party in Heaven."

This happened when? It's fun to make up stories. (Email ) - 20-06-’11 21:54
answer before asking...
Hi, Dave! answer before asking... - 21-06-’11 00:00
Tsk tsk
Here's what interesting about anus.com. So many diatribes. So many articles. Yet none speak of the current economic situation of the world, and how it is all intertwined with the socio-political condition of humanity. So many articles about nationalism, consumerism, the great unthinking masses... And yet where are the deep analyses of the events that currently are shaping our world?
I used to find this website really interesting, but over the years, it seems to be more like insulated, self-indulgent philosophizing/ranting - very much in the vein of those hipsters you condemn.
May the mujahideen kill you all - metalheads, hipsters, yuppies, et al. Ameen. Tsk tsk - 21-06-’11 01:47
In other words, Dave's not hear, man.
Dave is not a person. Dave is just an idea. In other words, Dave's not hear, man. (Email ) - 21-06-’11 08:55
He was a shitty troll, anyway.
No, the real Dave's gone. He was a shitty troll, anyway. - 21-06-’11 10:02
Heretical Commentor
“That doesn’t happen when we’re all committed to tolerance and understanding.”

Actually, yeah it does.

-If you're tolerant of hookers and understand that they're just doing it to feed their kids they keep being hookers. Be intolerant of their behavior and those who keep them on the street aka. pimps, and a change occurs: there are less hookers.

“Indeed, being committed to tolerance and understanding is a full-time job.”

Enforced intolerance is actually a lot more work.

-Being intolerant of certain things (behaviors, ideas, etc.) means removing yourself from participation or interaction with them. For those who promote tolerance, by their own philosophy, should have no problem with tolerating this personal decision.

“It leaves no room for anything but minimal technological innovation.”

I’m sorry, who got the a-bomb first?

The United States. It was made however because the US was intolerant of Germany (initially) and later Japan attacking it and wanted to bring a decisive end to the war.

“Society stagnates while we try to be nice to each other, like a great cocktail party in Heaven.”

This happened when?

Just look at Sweden. They will tolerate just about anything. This principle is so important to the people of Sweden they opened their borders to everyone and now they have one of the highest rape rates in Europe. So I suppose that they didn't stagnate, things actually got worse. Canada is another great example. Their politics don't really go forwards or backwards. They just argue (to some extent) non-issues. Heretical Commentor - 21-06-’11 14:50
Dave IS here
The first comment was the same guy as the one on "Unrelenting Beauty"...but yes, Dave IS an idea(Graveland said it first).Fuck him anyway. If he so truly believed in his precious ideals then he would stop trolling and stand his ground and defend his views. Worst case scenario he gets his ass handed to him and best case scenario (for him) he does what a debate is meant to do and win over someone to his viewpoint. That is one of the points of this site, no? To get people thinking and open their minds to things they may never have heard about or considered. I'm throwing down the gauntlet "Dave". Be a man and accept. Balls to the wall. Dave IS here - 21-06-’11 15:59
Pick your battles
The claim was "for growth and change to happen, some need to rise above and go make something better." I don't see what tolerance to hookers has to do with that.

More generally, being "committed to tolerance and understanding" does not, of course, necessarily mean legalizing everything, or not enforcing what is illegal.

"The United States. It was made however because the US was intolerant of Germany (initially) and later Japan attacking it and wanted to bring a decisive end to the war."

True enough, but internally, the US was a much more tolerant and understanding society than Germany or Japan.

Moreover, Germany at the time is the direct inspiration for the type of best-rise-above, collectivist society that ANUS endorses. Yet, it was exactly its intolerance that hindered its war effort.

As for the Sweden example, how exactly do you view the rape rate as being caused by people "trying to be nice to each other"? Pick your battles (Email ) - 21-06-’11 16:24
Dave
Where do you think all this progress came from? We started thinking of each other first and then things got better. Do your research. Before the aristocrats, haters and authoritarians were thrown out there was nothing. No television, no rubbish delivery, no clean water, no parks just ignorance, trash in the dirt streets, excrement in the waterways and countrysides with robbers. Read some history. Dave - 21-06-’11 16:25
Dave
All this extra wealth produced. What else besides helping others around the world are we supposed to do with the surplus? This is the big question the biased right wing avoids. Dave - 21-06-’11 16:28
Herp Derpington
"Where do you think all this progress came from? We started thinking of each other first and then things got better."
Um yea the point being today we primarily think of ourselves and let everyone do whatever they want no matter how detrimental as long as it's not a sex crime or violent crime, so hence everything is going to hell because of it.

"All this extra wealth produced. What else besides helping others around the world are we supposed to do with the surplus?"

How about start planting some trees to take the place of strip malls? That's a good idea too.

So Dave you gonna back out of this argument too and continue to make logical decisions based on emotion not rationality?

Nice trolling brah.. Herp Derpington - 21-06-’11 17:16
Herp Derpington
Plus where is this extra wealth? Amerika is in the economic dumps and all other countries are only richer cos the US dollar is down so much lol. Herp Derpington - 21-06-’11 17:17
I have picked my battle, Dave
"I don’t see what tolerance to hookers has to do with that."...It's an example, stop splitting hairs..."More generally, being “committed to tolerance and understanding” does not, of course, necessarily mean legalizing everything, or not enforcing what is illegal."...More specifically, please give an "acceptable" example..."True enough, but internally, the US was a much more tolerant and understanding society than Germany or Japan."...Yes, and it was less tolerant and understanding than now, with many times the social problems than it did in the WW2 era. Lets also not forget that the motives for going to a war on two fronts had less to do with ideals than opportunity, America's actions AFTER WW2 show those motives loud and clear..."Moreover, Germany at the time is the direct inspiration for the type of best-rise-above, collectivist society that ANUS endorses. Yet, it was exactly its intolerance that hindered its war effort."...An opinion, plain and simple. Germany's performance in that war had less to do with tolerance than with being ruled by a mad man and being flooded by men and sub-par weaponry by a nation with an untapped industry that was NOT getting bombed. That's also a cheap shot on the site and it's readers..."As for the Sweden example, how exactly do you view the rape rate as being caused by people “trying to be nice to each other”?...Look up the city of Malmo as a classic example of a foreign group unwilling to assimilate and being told the minute that they get there that they are "victims" and being thrown welfare by these same left-wing, guilt-ridden politicians (money and aid being of course the reason they are there to begin with) "being nice" is a simple way of saying that the Swedish government is letting them in without consideration for the long term effects of their presence. Crime has been on the rise in Malmo since Muslims began showing up. You see the same thing in urban areas of America, where the highest crime rates are among the so- called "victims". Only minority police officers are allowed to say this without any social consequences. I have picked my battle, Dave - 21-06-’11 17:18
I know who Dave is
Dave is actually Vijay Prozak. Vijay writes articles and then trolls them so he can laugh at people getting mad. Not to mention the many lolz he receives from bleeding-heart types getting mad at his articles. He's prolly come full circle.. I know who Dave is - 21-06-’11 17:27
Who cares
Maybe Vijay just wants to know how smart his readers are. I wouldn't put it past him. Either way "Dave" is getting schooled... Who cares - 21-06-’11 17:33
Anti-Modernism
"Our society is besotted by the cult of the ego: books, television programmes, films, literature, magazines, are awash with stories and dramas about personal relationships: who-loves-whom, who-is-bonking-whom; who-wants-to-bonk-someone-else; who-is-cheating-on-someone; who-is-angry-with-someone-for-something; who-has-more-money and so can afford luxuries and self-indulgence; and so on ad nauseum. Not only no honour and very little loyalty, but certainly no notion of either duty or Destiny" - David Myatt

Truer words were never spoken. Anti-Modernism - 21-06-’11 17:46
Fuck off, Dave
Agreed. Fuck off, Dave - 21-06-’11 17:56
maybe Dave is Jesus
"It’s an example, stop splitting hairs"

It's a disengenuous example, as tolerance for hookers (as a profession, that is) is not what is normally meant by "tolerance".

"More specifically, please give an “acceptable” example…"

It's the OP that brought up "tolerance and understanding" in the first place; it's on them to specify what they mean.

"Yes, and it was less tolerant and understanding than now, with many times the social problems than it did in the WW2 era."

Speaking of opinions, that's certainly one, one which many would disagree with. I guess it depends on what you define as a "social problem".

"than with being ruled by a mad man"

Radical intolerance was a large part of his madness. Incidentally, do you know of any leaders who have promoted his level of intolerance but weren't mad?

"That’s also a cheap shot on the site and it’s readers"

Considering the prose of at least the earlier articles on the site, it's if anything generous.

"being told the minute that they get there that they are “victims” and being thrown welfare by these same left-wing, guilt-ridden politicians"

That causes them to rape? Ok.

"Crime has been on the rise in Malmo since Muslims began showing up. You see the same thing in urban areas of America, where the highest crime rates are among the so- called “victims”. Only minority police officers are allowed to say this without any social consequences."

I don't dispute that allowing more poor immigrants leads to more crime. But allowing high amounts of immigrants isn't all that is included in "tolerance", and it definitely has nothing to do with "understanding". maybe Dave is Jesus (Email ) - 21-06-’11 18:36
Fuck Jesus
"It’s a disengenuous example, as tolerance for hookers (as a profession, that is) is not what is normally meant by “tolerance”."...if so, why are did you address it to begin with. Tolerance is still tolerance (a rose by any other name). you're still splitting the follicles, "Jesus"..."It’s the OP that brought up “tolerance and understanding” in the first place; it’s on them to specify what they mean."...You addressed and disagreed with what the OP wrote and gave NO counter, I then asked for your ideas on the matter, it's on you. You're dodging the question, as usual..."Speaking of opinions, that’s certainly one, one which many would disagree with. I guess it depends on what you define as a “social problem”."...You are disagreeing just to disagree(again) Ever heard of segregation? Ever heard of politicians being in the Ku Klux Klan? I could go on. Or do you really think these things are opinions. Would the media in the modern day approve of calling a foreign combatant a "Jap" or other similar term? As far as who would disagree, perhaps the counter cultures of the 50's and 60's would - along with the political powers who endorsed these social movements for their own gain..."Radical intolerance was a large part of his madness."... I pointed out why Germany lost, a subject with which you have no clue. I called him a mad man, so obviously I don't need your take on what that means. Learn history before trying to teach it - and don't redirect the discussion..."Considering the prose of at least the earlier articles on the site, it’s if anything generous." Cheap shot, thanks for proving my point..."I don’t dispute that allowing more poor immigrants leads to more crime. But allowing high amounts of immigrants isn’t all that is included in “tolerance”, and it definitely has nothing to do with “understanding”."...Allowing more and more of them into the country even if ALL of the evidence points to this being a bad idea most certainly does have to do with "tolerance" and "understanding"..."That causes them to rape? Ok."... Obviously the hand outs that they get are the motivation for them being there in the first place. If Sweden's "government" were less "tolerant" and "understanding" they wouldn't be able to turn everywhere they go into a fucking ghetto. "I don’t dispute that allowing more poor immigrants leads to more crime."... So I guess then we agree? Fuck Jesus - 21-06-’11 19:39
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This is in bold face.
"so, why are did you address it to begin with."

So you're annoyed with me for *not* ignoring something you said?

"Tolerance is still tolerance (a rose by any other name). you’re still splitting the follicles,"

No, and you're playing dumb. You know full well that whatever sense of "tolerance" is promoted by the people the OP is criticizing, it's not tolerance of prostitution.

"I then asked for your ideas on the matter, it’s on you. You’re dodging the question, as usual…"

Fine, then. Tolerance is the absense of persecution for some trait or behavior solely because it is different, and understanding, in this context, means taking account the reasons why a person is in the situation they're in, when addressing that situation.

"You are disagreeing just to disagree(again) Ever heard of segregation? Ever heard of politicians being in the Ku Klux Klan? I could go on. Or do you really think these things are opinions."

The opinion part was the idea that we have more social problems now than back then, not that we're more tolerant now than then. I would consider those very things you mention to be social problems.

"I pointed out why Germany lost, a subject with which you have no clue."

So you deny that it had anything to do with an obsession with engineering his society to consist only of a certain type of people?

"Cheap shot, thanks for proving my point…"

If it's accurate, how is it a cheap shot?

"Allowing more and more of them into the country even if ALL of the evidence points to this being a bad idea most certainly does have to do with “tolerance” and “understanding”"

Only if you consider that to be a "tolerant" and "understanding" policy.

"So I guess then we agree?"

About one thing, I guess. We probably agree that the sun is hot, too. This is in bold face. (Email ) - 21-06-’11 20:53
Where the sun don't shine in your mom's bold face
"So you’re annoyed with me for not ignoring something you said?"...Correction, I did not say it. Someone else did. I could tell you and the other "Dave" apart-you should learn to do the same, genius..."You know full well that whatever sense of “tolerance” is promoted by the people the OP is criticizing, it’s not tolerance of prostitution."...Prostitution was not mentioned in the article. AGAIN, it was brought up as an example. Read that comment again(also not me)..."Fine, then. Tolerance is the absense of persecution for some trait or behavior solely because it is different, and understanding, in this context, means taking account the reasons why a person is in the situation they’re in, when addressing that situation."...Glad to see your capable of answering a question, obviously that annoys YOU. The point about tolerance is that like everything else it has it's limits. If Sweden stopped tolerating it's Third World imports and sent them home to live they way they obviously want to live then that little problem would be solved. Instead, they choose to "tolerate" it and use "understanding" (they are just poor people trying to make a better life for themselves by turning someone else's homeland into a shithole, it's not their fault) as a way of avoiding blame for a disaster in the making. Get my point? When tolerance allows destructive behavior, or behavior that in the long run is destructive, then tolerance itself becomes a serious problem..."The opinion part was the idea that we have more social problems now than back then, not that we’re more tolerant now than then. I would consider those very things you mention to be social problems."...Were the divorce rates what they are? Infidelity? Drugs? Broken homes? Yes, these things existed during that era but have most certainly been exacerbated in recent decades. Also there is the little matter of newer social problems like obesity or people who wreck cars or run over pedestrians because they are too busy text messaging their "friends" (just to name a few). Global population has risen drastically and the accompanying environmental strain is glaringly self evident. I said there are many times more social problems, the ones regarding technology, lifestyle, diet, etc. cannot honestly be said to have existed at that time or before - and certainly not in the quantities that we see today. Mathematically, a global population of nearly seven billion makes these problems "many times" more..."So you deny that it had anything to do with an obsession with engineering his society to consist only of a certain type of people?" No, you said it was Hitler's social policies that cost him the war, I made the argument that it was first and foremost a material matter. Nobody could beat Germany until they overextended themselves. Period. WW2 was not mentioned in the article or by anyone else until YOU brought up the subject. Every time somebody says something that's not "tolerant" or "understanding" somebody brings up Hitler in some way. Sorry, but that qualifies as another cheap shot. Seriously, Hitler is dead. I did call him a madman, so don't try to imply that I said something or that I think something that I don't..."Only if you consider that to be a “tolerant” and “understanding” policy."...Why are they doing it then? What benefit to Sweden is there?..."About one thing, I guess. We probably agree that the sun is hot, too."...Sarcasm, now? That doesn't take the place of a relevant point, which you have yet to make. Besides, if I said the sun was hot, judging by your history on this site you would still disagree. Where the sun don't shine in your mom's bold face - 21-06-’11 22:04
Hostility diddly diddly
"Correction, I did not say it. Someone else did."

Ok. Fair enough.

"Prostitution was not mentioned in the article. AGAIN, it was brought up as an example."

And once again, it was a disengenuous example, a straw man, because no one in the "tolerance and understanding" movement complains about intolerance to prostitution except extreme libertarians.

"Glad to see your capable of answering a question, obviously that annoys YOU."

It does annoy me, when it's a question I know full well that my readers already know the answer to.

"The point about tolerance is that like everything else it has it’s limits."

Yeah. Another straw man prevalent on this site is the idea that anyone is arguing otherwise.

"(they are just poor people trying to make a better life for themselves by turning someone else’s homeland into a shithole, it’s not their fault)"

I doubt that's how they'd put it.

"Were the divorce rates what they are? Infidelity? Drugs? Broken homes?"

Well, divorce was legally much harder to get, so that's kind of irrelevant. I don't know how you measure how common indfidelity was. As for drugs, many of what there is now didn't exist then. Not sure about broken homes, but there were certainly many unhappy homes.

The rest of the rise in problems you mention is probably legitimate, but I don't see how you can attribute any of it to "tolerance and understanding".

"No, you said it was Hitler’s social policies that cost him the war,"

I'm pretty sure I didn't say it was *the* cause. But it, or rather his obsession with it, was a factor.

"Every time somebody says something that’s not “tolerant” or “understanding” somebody brings up Hitler in some way. Sorry, but that qualifies as another cheap shot."

When arguing with mainstream Republicans, yes. On this site, however, not so much. I guess you haven't read "Anti-Semitism" or "Creating the African Superman" lately.

"Sarcasm, now?"

I've always been sarcastic.

"Besides, if I said the sun was hot, judging by your history on this site you would still disagree."

It's a bit surprising that you're that out of touch, since I've only disagreed about things on this site that 99% of people would also disagree with. Hostility diddly diddly (Email ) - 21-06-’11 22:31
I know you like having the last word (see how understanding I am?)
"And once again, it was a disengenuous example, a straw man, because no one in the “tolerance and understanding” movement complains about intolerance to prostitution except extreme libertarians."...Which is an extreme example of tolerance. The sad part is that they actually exist. All I know is that there are a lot of places where whores walk around freely. If that's not a sign of tolerance on some level I don't know what is..."It does annoy me, when it’s a question I know full well that my readers already know the answer to."...At the moment I'm reading and wanted clarification, which I don't think is too much to ask. What baffles me is why it has to be pried out of you..."Yeah. Another straw man prevalent on this site is the idea that anyone is arguing otherwise."...Because bringing up Adolf Shitler is a common tactic of those who for whatever reason preach taking tolerance and understanding to there illogical extremes..."I doubt that’s how they’d put it."...Yeah, in fact many play the victim for all it's worth (I was being sarcastic). I also doubt that the citizens of Malmo and places like it would be so nice about it, considering that they now have to deal with a backward and largely uneducated population that wants to re-create the society that it just left. Makes a lot of sense. So you have one group that takes the easy way out by leaving the homeland and another group that does the same by ignoring the problem or risk the very serious consequences (in the West) of being called "intolerant" (insert Hitler comparison)..."The rest of the rise in problems you mention is probably legitimate, but I don’t see how you can attribute any of it to “tolerance and understanding”."...Do you have another reason for why they are getting worse? Don't you see a correlation between a more "tolerant and understanding" society and a DRASTIC rise in the number of people who, well, are fucking their lives up?..."I’m pretty sure I didn’t say it was the cause. But it, or rather his obsession with it, was a factor."...You brought it up when no one else did and tried to draw a comparison where one honestly does not exist. You also ONLY mentioned Nazi social policy. You must clarify to the dear reader, remember? I still frankly don't see how Nazi social views and practices affected the actual war itself. Either way, it is irrelevant..."It’s a bit surprising that you’re that out of touch, since I’ve only disagreed about things on this site that 99% of people would also disagree with."...Mass opinion is supposed to verify the merit of a view point? Gee, Hitler's propaganda minister could tell you how easily public opinion can be swayed!And please don't go giving percentages that you can't verify, especially after the shit storm that accompanied your last appearance here..."When arguing with mainstream Republicans, yes. On this site, however, not so much. I guess you haven’t read “Anti-Semitism” or “Creating the African Superman” lately."...Again, I it was a material issue which decided the war and you have not offered any proof otherwise. I didn't write the articles nor have I expressed an opinion about them, to me it is a cheap shot. Remember, a tolerant society doesn't stereotype (sarcasm). Gotta go "Dave". It's late, and your still splitting hairs... I know you like having the last word (see how understanding I am?) - 21-06-’11 23:44
Fuckin' Realist
I’ve only disagreed about things on this site that 99% of people would also disagree with.

So what wisdom can that 99% offer us on neurosurgery, quantum physics, history and/or philosophy?

That's right: nothing.

Why trust decision-making to an unspecialized and incompetent group?

Oh, right -- because you want to sabotage decision-making to maximize individual freedom.

Do you own debt in Greece? Fuckin' Realist (Email ) - 22-06-’11 10:21
I use conditioner.
The point about the 99% is not that that lends it credibility, but merely that it shows that I'm not disagreeing just to disagree. I use conditioner. (Email ) - 22-06-’11 11:55
Debate challenger from yesterday.
There is no credibility if it's an arbitrary figure...and it still suggests that the majority somehow magically know everything. Debate challenger from yesterday. - 22-06-’11 14:51
Moron...
How the fuck do you 'own' dept? Moron... - 22-06-’11 15:00
Moron detector
"How the fuck do you ‘own’ dept?"...it's spelled DEBT. I do know you can buy debt. read up on your economics. Moron detector - 22-06-’11 15:16
Good morning.
Hence, "the ponit is not that it lends credibility".

Again, it was a very minor point, that my disagreements are not just "to disagree", but are what I perceive as common sense beliefs. My justification of those beliefs lies elsewhere in my posts; the point about other people believing it has only to do with my sincerity.

Witness also that I offered no objection to the most recent post about pillows. (Someone else going by "Dave" did of course.) By your characterization, I should've found some fault with that, but I did not. Good morning. (Email ) - 22-06-’11 16:00
Later
Fair enough...I'd love to continue with this but about specific topics. Obligations you know... Later - 22-06-’11 16:46
Dave
You are all Vijay Prozak. You too I know who Dave is (I'm not btw) Dave - 22-06-’11 20:10
Adrian hates racist fucks like prozak...
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Flower power!!
Peace and love!!
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