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TheblackestBart

I am of the firm belief we should all accept fraud for what it is. Reality has a thin veneer, and so not everything is as it appears. Theres alot of things people still fall for every day. These are some things I view as simply a waste of your time and funds.


Ice in soda at fast food joints


I still don't get this one. If you hit a drive through on the way home, and wish to get the most bang per buck, for fuck's sake order your drink with no ice. You get nearly twice the soda, it stays cold almost just as long. The whole reason you even have to special order to get no ice, is ice cost less to burger king than coke does. Therefore, they make a tiny extra pocket change by handing you a 24 ounce soda that's actually 60 percent ice.


God


If a loving god made us, then why do movies like sucicide squad get made? And if god is real, why does he allow Christians and las vegas to exist? 

 
College


Many people I've seen graduate later said it wasn't worth it. Depending on what you do, I tend to agree after meeting the ones who said it was and seeing how well their careers have gone. I say skill over credentials wins every time. Between tuition, textbooks, and headache, I would likely regret it afterwards. It's much smarter to build up skills at things you enjoy, and make them marketable. Cut out the middle man. I won't even get started on student debt.


Computer security software.


This one is hard for me to admit seeing as I work for one the companies who makes this crap. Some aspects of it are helpful, but ultimately it does and checks what you sould be checking on and doing yourself. That's why Tor and maybe a VPN are the best defense you really have, but even then, your security is in your own hands. You can have the best software on the planet and if you happen to be a moron somebody will still hack you. Play things close to the chest, privacy is over. Not worth the money.


Expensive cars


Why? Whats the point of a lambo? it doesn't make me money. It doesn't get me high or improve my health.
>But the hoes dude
They know guys rent those all the time. Only a real rich person would dress in normal clothes and have a loui vatton wallet for example. If you bought into the fancy car thing, your intelligence is outdated. You gotta think of yourself my dude. Same goes for name brand clothes. It's a scam. Don't buy that crap unless it's fake and theirs a profit to be made from reselling it. A good haircut goes way further than a flash set of wheels you'll likely get a dui in anyway. Don't waste your money.


The cup and ball scam/casinos


If you have ever fallen for this, please slap yourself right now. It has been around since the middle ages. Basically, The ball is not on the table when you chose a cup. I don't care how much you watched him. He can bounce the ball to a guy waiting at the back of the line and you would never even see it! Walk past those shit kickers and go find a bar. A headache is better than trying to win that fucking game. Casinos are basically the same thing, unless you randomly win a jackpot, and they will likely find a way to hoover that up somehow before you leave. MY advice, if you like gambling, get a freindly card game together with the lads, cash only, and make sure the bastard who hosts it doesn't put mirrors everywhere. Smaller is better when it comes to gambling.


Owning a house


This used to be a good idea, now, not so much. Unless you are sure you never wanna move again, and you have insurance with a generous pay out, don't do it. If you do already own one, rent it out to somebody instead of live in it. It's difficult to explain but most houses are going down in value and It's not wise to invest in one long term. You lose wealth over time in certain situations. Unless there's positive monthly income coming from it, owning a house can be a burden to the financially inexperienced. There's still smart ways to do it but it's mostly a retirement/endgame strategy.

TheblackestBart Apr 18 · Rate: 5 · Comments: 1 · Tags: bullshit, themoreyouknow, save money, jesusisalie
SamaelSwine
If you take for a moment my operational definition of magic: "Any will/desire that starts in the brain, that is then created in objective reality." You can see that a great many things are effectively magical. Basically all human behaviour can enjoy the shade of this magical umbrella. But the more interesting forms of magic involve rituals that use aesthetics and art as a bridge from the mental version of the will to its physical manifestation on the objective plane of the universe. 


If you look at any martial arts club, from the nonsensical mystical bullshit taught in aikido to the primarily athletic, spectator sport martial art of western boxing, the trappings of magic and ritual are everywhere. Granted they are more obvious in many of the traditional asian martial arts, involving bowing, special clothes, meditation, and sometimes mantras. If you go to a boxing or mma gym, you can see many of the same categories of things, they just look superficially different. You see a lot of the same athletic gear like Everlast, Hayabusa, or Venum, worn to appease the martial spirits to be invoked. Or just to fit in. Or because those are high quality brands, and wearing a high quality brand will mean that you are a better fighter, at least in one's head at some level. 


Essentially all forms of martial arts or combat sports involve a preparatory period,  like striking the gong or lighting the incense in order to get the mind into the magical trance or mood necessary for spell-work. The preparatory period in the martial arts is a warm up, light exercises to prepare the body to get in to aroused state necessary to meet the upcoming demands of the workout or competition.


And then training happens. Much like a voodoo practictioner plunges needles into his poppet to destroy him, the kickboxer hits the heavy bag in preparation for the fight, simulating in as realistic a form as possible his opponent. The fighters who have teachers that keep current on the state of sports science are well aware of the utility of using visualization as a means to improve the skill of a fighters' techniques. Visualization of course is a time honoured tradition in many mystical and magical paths.


Each training session I argue is no different from a spell; what you do in the dojo is meant to make a certain outcome happen in the objective world. Some systems of martial arts utilize methods of training that are so byzantine that the outside observer can see little relation to that and the act of physical combat. Think of elaborate systems of choreographed movements, some of which are designed to improve woo woo as "chi". These fighters never let their spells come to fruition, their spells fail, for they seldom test their abilities in real life (at least I've found little evidence other than wild claims from their practitioners). 


If a truly devoted martial artist lifts weights and diets appropriately to further increase his performance in combat, this is the same thing: An act with absolutely no clear relation to the act of punching someone in the head until they fall down. Yet it cannot be denied that such fighters are those who in fact do defeat their opponents with the greatest skill and frequency, and if they chose could probably go into a crowded area and cause serious damage with nothing but their bodies. In other words, martial artists who have proven their ability through competition or street fights after casting their spells (years of training) are fucking wizards.

SamaelSwine Sep 17 '16 · Rate: 5 · Comments: 3 · Tags: magic, spells, martial arts, wizards, aikido, chi, bullshit
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