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Gypsiegirl920
Nov 9
unlike you my family has enough money so i could hang out with trump if i was that crazy
Gypsiegirl920
Nov 9
don't have to use proper english when I'm speaking to poor trash

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  • T. Volt
    T. Volt commented on Paimons_Son1211's blog post
    The Writers Block Is Real Right Now
    I absolutely just love those sleepless nights with writers block, oh I just feel so productive....NOT Lmfao
    Dec 6
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    Paimons_Son1211
    Dec 4
    I appreciate that. But I'm not about to give up one of my passions
    Paimons_Son1211
    Dec 4
    Also I do an extreme amount of research which requires me to read a lot of old texts, ancient tomes and Grimoires from different eras in time.I equally enjoy reading as well.
    Orobas
    Dec 6
    I should starve to death in the cold along with everyone that would follow my example.
    Paimons_Son1211
    Dec 6
    Lol
    T. Volt
    Dec 6
    Story idea: Someone who has to give up everything.
    Paimons_Son1211
    Dec 6
    I've actually in reality have done that. And have retained myself.
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    T. Volt commented on Paimons_Son1211's blog post
    Crazy shit happend to me at work just now.
    So guys, I'm at work for those of you who don't know I'm a 24/7 emergency response mechanic. And this older gentlemen who needed a on the spot belt ch...
    Dec 2
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    Paimons_Son1211
    Dec 2
    I'm usually a bit more nice, I've just had a rough few days and just wanted to work in peace.
    Baphomets
    Dec 2
    What would have made it even more awesome would have been if you had told him to "thank god, he sent a demon." PMSL
    Paimons_Son1211
    Dec 2
    Ahhh there will surely be a next time this world unfortunately doesn't have a shortage of false believers. I'm storing that reply in the front of the witty remarks part of my brain. Haha
    AK Mod
    Dec 2
    The irony of mentioning god's will to the guy that fixes ambulances that saves lives is not lost on me at all. It's smirk-worthy.

    Often times, though, when people say “god” they, themselves, don't even really know what they mean by that. Usually they're not even quite sure why they believe in this thing they don't even fully know what they mean by. It's this nebulous concept that they don't even know enough about to question, yet so pivotal to their sense of how the world works that questioning it would amount to an existential crisis.

    It's tricky to have a debate of any sort when the terms themselves evade definition.

    And on the flip side (because when devil's advocates play devil's advocates they sometimes say some unexpected things)

    It's often like, when I sneeze, someone will say “God bless you”. Now, you and I know that's a weird thing to say. It's weird no one even thinks about why they say it. But___ well___ they mean well by it.

    Sure, “we've” thought our way into what it is that “we” believe. “We're” wired that way to question things. That's how we end up on weird forums like these – one assumes, anyway. It turns out that not a lot of people do that. They take much of what they're given at face value. *That's problematic in its own right, but___ ya' can't raise the nation. One picks their battles and just shrugs the rest off.

    It is possible that in this guy's world-view “God” is, like, whatever is responsible for any amount of “good” there is in this world – as silly of an idea that is to you and I and most people attracted to the idea of Satanism – that's just what he means by it: some nebulous force for good: a sort of deus ex machina that “comes through” when things look their worst.

    Once the novelty of having established your own world-view wears off (and it takes a while... years, even) one comes full circle and realizes “we all speak our own language” and he just might have been paying you a compliment in the only language he had at his disposal. For him, being sent by god would imply you're basically a miracle worker.

    I tend to let those things go with an “I appreciate the sentiment”. If his idea of god (no matter how faulty) means as much to him as it seems to, that only speaks volumes as to how appreciative he is for what you do. It's a tight rope, man.
    The irony of mentioning god's will to the guy that fixes ambulances that saves lives is not lost on me at all. It's smirk-worthy.

    Often times, though, when people say “god” they, thems...See more
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    Dark Enlightenment
    Dec 2
    I just like when dumb blonde bitches try to be witty
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    Paimons_Son1211
    Dec 2
    Yeah when you explain it like that, I understand AK but only reason I said what I said was because he literally started rambling and it was like 3:30 am I just wasn't having it at the time brother.
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    T. Volt commented on AK's blog post
    What it's all come to
    An hour long conversation with people who believe that truth is somehow deeper than fact and/or vice-versa. 
    *was Tiny Chat ever good? and why??...
    Nov 25
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    Brother Shamus
    Nov 27
    Yes, and now you have spent three post saying people are myopic. What about pseudointellectual?
    AK Mod
    Nov 27
    Psuedo-intellectual is a made up word that fell out of favor in 2015. Edit: it's pretentious, and while it does serve as a pejorative for a certain type, it's been observed that it does more harm to those who employ it. (i.e. my calling one a psuedo-intellectual implies that I, somehow, am a gentleman and scholar of a higher caliber - rendering me a pompous-ass - one takes 5 damage points to issue 2. The net cost-to-damage ratio in invoking that term is never positive) "you're wrong, bitch! and here's exactly why" is most profitable... with the well placed "show me your tits" or "kill yourself" coming in close second and third.Psuedo-intellectual is a made up word that fell out of favor in 2015. Edit: it's pretentious, and while it does serve as a pejorative for a certain type, it's been observed that it does more harm to t...See more
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    AK Mod
    Nov 27
    @Anna. Muslims also assert this: God is truth. I think if they were to leave it at that, I'd have a hard time disagreeing. It's taking those steps-too-far by way of "Jesus is the truth and only Christianity can lead to the truth" that warrant they slow their roll. The notion that "we all have our own truths" is just word games. What we have are our own biases and preferences: what we'd "like" to believe. Alternatively, there are things that are just plain more effective to believe to be true despite not really knowing one way or another. For example: I believe that today will not be my last day on earth. I have no way of knowing this one way or another, it could be proven to be true or false - time will tell. Believing this does not make it "my truth". It makes it a belief. A belief is that which one acts upon *as if* true. That doesn't make a "personal truth" - it's what it always was "a belief". What we're brushing up against is "double-speak", and I guess one could say that gets me riled up! It's a pet-peeve. It triggers me.

    In a sense, stating things like the truth is just "whatever", just indicates to me a sort of deeply-embedded refusal to live in reality. A sort of justification of escapism. "I reject your reality and substitute my own" (never have more smack-upside-the-head-worthy words have been uttered) - there aren't many truths. There is one truth, and many ways to misrepresent or misinterpret it.

    @Baphzies. Well-put. That seems to be the long and short of it. They call them "personal truths" because it's less damaging to the ego to see them for what they are: beliefs. They're so delusional that they can't seem to sort-out belief from reality.
    'Seems to be a theme among the religiously-minded. I don't mind the religiously-minded who am I to say what one ought or ought not believe in, but what this sort of mentality does to one's integrity - the mentality that truth is plastic and malleable - do they not see the damage? Who would work-with, much less trust, a person whose ethos revolves around truth being subjective? One would be inclined to ask "ok, when is it subjective? when it is convenient for you? I don't run on your clock nor do I live in your head."

    *tangent: I have no books to sell or theories to peddle, but insofar as I have been able to parse "Satanism" it's essentially that it exalts the real above the ideal: the corporeal above the spiritual. All things such as will-to-power, the lewd and lascivious, reconsidering social norms, etc stem as a natural consequence of adhering to a morality centered around the physical - a "religion" (if you can call it that) of seeing the world as-is, and not as one would wish to believe it so. What success in the here and now requires, not in some after-life or by the standards of some abstract morality.

    w/r/t to the approach to education, that is incredibly important. Specifically when it comes to the world as it is presented in social media. i.e. you'd think we're on the verge of a race-war if you were to follow the news and never leave your house. Go outside, and it's basically a lot of niggers, spics, and maybe a few honkies like myself - and ya' know what? the city I live in is in the top 10 cities with the highest murder rates per-capita in the country. Guess what? It's mostly - neigh - entirely black on black and spic on spic. If you're known within the neighborhood you actually live in, "sup niggers" is not the capital offence it's made out to be. The point being, there's a huge discrepancy between one's back yard and the world as presented on the interwebs. One would see this quite plainly if they bothered to unplug every so often and exist in the world for a bit.

    The more susceptible we are to accepting facts as presented without further investigation - especially if these facts are presented with the pretext of making one feel informed-and-therefor-safe - the further from truth we can be lead.

    Artificially inserted ambiguity is another issue: the whole "69" issue face-palm-of-a-world-view "just because it looks like a 6 to me and a 9 to you, depending on where we're standing, doesn't mean we can't be both right"... "lol! No! One of you two is either standing upside-down or dyslexic, you drug-addled weirdO's."

    Which leads me to wonder if maybe "tolerance" fosters stupidity.
    @Anna. Muslims also assert this: God is truth. I think if they were to leave it at that, I'd have a hard time disagreeing. It's taking those steps-too-far by way of "Jesus is the truth and only C...See more
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    Baphomets
    Nov 27
    @AK. Next blog: does tolerance foster stupidy?
    AK Mod
    Nov 27
    @Baphomets. You're giving me the vapors. *swoons* Care to take the lead on this one, my dear?
    Drugs Delaney NUTZ
    Nov 27
    Opie that shit and make it profound.
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    T. Volt commented on BubblesMd's blog post
    Interested
    Okay so I just turned 18 and graduated high school. I’m trying to find something to be apart of or meet people who could possibly have the same intere...
    Nov 22
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    AK Mod
    Nov 21
    Off rip: coffee shops. Ideally, one of those "artsy" / "study" type ones that cater to college kids and theater majors. Stick around a bit, see what turns up. The local music scene is also worth checking out - whatever type of music you suspect would attract the types of people you're looking to run into. On the whole, either would be much more worth-while than signing up for a church anyway, since the literature is out there and the most interesting types are those who've read it, have their own take on things, and can think of better things to do with their time here on earth than attend church.Off rip: coffee shops. Ideally, one of those "artsy" / "study" type ones that cater to college kids and theater majors. Stick around a bit, see what turns up. The local music scene...See more
    T. Volt
    Nov 22
    Do whatever keeps your boots on.
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    T. Volt replied in forum topic
    Greetings
    Umm... Hello everyone! A pleasure to be in the company of like-minded individuals. My name is Gabriel, and I've been a Satanist for... A while. !0 yea...
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    Antisocial and shy are not the same thing. Antisocial is more along the Satanic realm. Hint: Antisoc...
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    T. Volt replied in forum topic
    It's not as if there's a patent on it.
    I cannot for the life of me single-out so much as one collective whose tenets revolve around anything other than:  "To be the best person you ca...
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    Deleted last post, too much caffeine, here's the simple version: I'm not the most evolved person in...
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    T. Volt commented on CorsettedTrouble97's blog post
    Smooth and powerful.
    I need an audio book of Anton LaVey reading "The Satanic Bible". It motivates me, reminds me I am strong. His voice is strong and smooth.
    Nov 13
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    Brother Shamus
    Nov 13
    Jeff Bezos is a Goa'uld named Ba'al Zəbûl (aka: Beelzebub/beezleguise). He is making us slaves as the one true god. You need him reading the necronomicon.
    T. Volt
    Nov 13
    I heard LaVey made a musical recording of his own flatulence. If either one of you find it, do post here.
    CorsettedTrouble97
    Nov 14
    I shall :)
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    T. Volt replied in forum topic
    What are you listening to right now?
    Heilung Fylgija EarJust found this, sounds nice and primal! I hope you will enjoy it too.
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    Nothing.
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    T. Volt replied in forum topic
    The High Times, They Are A Changin'
    The America has changed. Today married queers can get high legally in 10 US states and The District of Columbia.  You can see by the map, even...
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    I've encountered just a few alcoholics in my time, and I think they are addicted to their own misery...
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