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what the does that mean south african coloureds are white too? by Netjester - Mon, 05 May 2014 23:56:25 EST ID:J5UA724O No.193353 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>what the does that mean south african coloureds are white too?
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Cedric Hublingwill - Tue, 06 May 2014 14:25:46 EST ID:Lhp1yiVw No.193359 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i am become op, destroyer of semantics and prince of nerf
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George Fuzzlehood - Wed, 07 May 2014 02:05:36 EST ID:QlPy4/q5 No.193360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>193353
Cancer!
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Martin Grimfield - Wed, 07 May 2014 08:08:32 EST ID:KHq6GlIc No.193366 Ignore Report Quick Reply
whay dath it meen inderd


What will you yearn for at your last lucid moment of consciousness by Fanny Hummlewater - Sun, 27 Apr 2014 21:16:52 EST ID:hgfltBKL No.193131 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Cyril Blackbanks - Mon, 28 Apr 2014 14:54:42 EST ID:tfECjuoE No.193149 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Maybe I'd yearn for more lucidity?
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Ian Clummlestutch - Thu, 01 May 2014 10:58:57 EST ID:ODId6GzL No.193271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>193131

>I hope this last opiate dream is magical
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Cornelius Wicklekudging - Sat, 03 May 2014 00:04:50 EST ID:Lhp1yiVw No.193316 Ignore Report Quick Reply
a medkit
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Angus Blythewater - Sun, 04 May 2014 10:15:40 EST ID:yNISUXSh No.193335 Ignore Report Quick Reply
In my last moment, I would calmly light up a blunt, softly arise to my feet, Lift my chin.

Then run around like a headless chicken. Cause fuck you jolly african-american I don't want to die.
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Thomas Clirryhatch - Mon, 05 May 2014 01:27:46 EST ID:7sJ/68Ak No.193337 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I will yearn for the third Protomen album.


Just a thought I had... by Eugene Mappergold - Fri, 25 Apr 2014 21:42:17 EST ID:0c0kgh2X No.193080 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Not sure if this is the right board for this but here goes...

If somehow everyone in the US all believed that 9/11 was indeed orchestrated by the government, what would happen?
Quite a bit of people I know [Canadian] believe it.
But... What exactly would change? Anything?
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Syn !ryBONGJej. - Sat, 03 May 2014 14:06:23 EST ID:4c7c5FOC No.193327 Report Quick Reply
Well, contrary to popular belief, which is completely warranted. We in the US are not ALL fucktards.
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Hamarchy - Sat, 03 May 2014 18:15:59 EST ID:YYd1+/Wq No.193328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>193080
>If somehow everyone in the US all believed that 9/11 was indeed orchestrated by the government, what would happen?
Absolutely, positively, FUCK ALL
It already happened and they already got what they wanted, its over. The rich can buy themselves out of trouble and that's just how it is. If you need more proof, lets ask Ethan Couch, aka THE TEENAGER WHO KILLED TWO PEOPLE AND GOT AWAY WITH IT or Robert H. Richards IV, aka THE GUY WHO RAPED HIS BABY DAUGHTER AND GOT AWAY WITH IT or Kacey Anthony or Zimmerman or Barbara Bush or George Bush Sr. or George Bush Jr or...
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Wesley Buzzwell - Sat, 03 May 2014 18:27:25 EST ID:5q+Zf1cH No.193329 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>193327
Depending on who you ask, the stereotypes will vary, sometimes hillariously so. As far as I can tell, in most of the former combloc european countries it used to be widespread to imagine the US as a country populated with J.R. Ewing clones, gun-toting Elvis impersonators, and cocaine-fueled stock brokers (ain't hard to guess which products of American culture were the first to gain ground behind the Iron Curtain to be promptly confused with reality). Worh noting that anything that could be even remotely linked to the US was coveted and sought after as a status symbol, even if it served no fucking function. National stereotypes are funny like that.

In loose connection to the topic: American conspiracy theories are the most widespread ones, but are certainly not the most striking. Ever wondered how they'd look like if half of US gubmint top honchos died in a plane crash occuring over the territory belonging to a country you fought with for the larger part of ever, while trying to land in order to be present at a ceremony commemorating aforementioned country's soldier executing half of the government 70 years ago? Wonder no more: http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2013/04/2013410113411207111.html

Now that's what I call a radical example. Why wonder how it'd be like if most of the US populace believed they'd been gravely deceived and affronted where you can find a country where the scenario had just played out.
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Lillian Mummerwell - Sat, 03 May 2014 19:16:37 EST ID:Zqpr8g7a No.193331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This seems like the right place to put this.
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Lillian Mummerwell - Sat, 03 May 2014 19:17:35 EST ID:Zqpr8g7a No.193332 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This seems like the right place to put this.

http://wisesloth.wordpress.com/2014/03/23/have-a-sane-perception-of-conspiracy-theories/


mental strength by Cornelius Dartbury - Sat, 26 Apr 2014 22:13:15 EST ID:xMmvmjRR No.193110 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This is probably the most appropriate board to ask this, but how do you become mentally strong?
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Charles Bremmerbury - Tue, 29 Apr 2014 01:46:17 EST ID:z+d9UZyr No.193158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>193130

stupid.
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Ian Bunwill - Thu, 01 May 2014 00:01:40 EST ID:jgUq9TXB No.193217 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I try to understand every situation to the best of my ability. Knowledge is confidence. Confidence is strength.
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Eugene Seddlestud - Fri, 02 May 2014 23:14:21 EST ID:PMR6/8EW No.193313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>193111
I don't see how you could draw that conclusion at all, when I disagree with absolutely everything in your post. If you see any similarities between our posts, then you must have meant to convey something which you failed to convey.
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Fanny Mallerham - Sat, 03 May 2014 01:07:21 EST ID:AuxujMuC No.193319 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How do you become mentally weak? is the reverse-answer to this question. What is "strong" and what is "weak"? What are you actually asking, or is the question just empty? Sometimes we ask empty questions without even realizing it, we attach significance to a certain way of thinking ("strongness", "weakness"), but they are, like, just subjective as hell.
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Angus Buzzshit - Wed, 07 May 2014 04:56:13 EST ID:1+z1I/+g No.193363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>193110
Mentally strong in what aspect and context?


the opposite by Phoebe Gecklelick - Wed, 23 Apr 2014 13:31:54 EST ID:xMmvmjRR No.193034 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Isn't zen the complete opposite of philosophizing?

One requires to think and the other requires to be thoughtless.
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Caroline Suggleshaw - Sat, 26 Apr 2014 15:59:55 EST ID:5q+Zf1cH No.193099 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>193094
>Google it?
I ask because I want an insider's perspective. Dry definitions mean nothing to me in this case.
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Simon Cunningsere - Sat, 26 Apr 2014 16:57:55 EST ID:JNRmwY9n No.193100 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>193094

>Anyway, the ethics are fairly standard: don't kill, rape, lie, steal, cheat etc. Also don't do drugs.

What about killing in self-defense?

What about punitive rape for rapists?

What about lying to save someone's life?

What about stealing to feed yourself if you'd otherwise starve?

What about cheating someone who just cheated you?

And what about amphetamine, caffeine, and other drugs that don't cause inebriation in small doses?
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Nicholas Dartman - Sat, 26 Apr 2014 17:03:46 EST ID:tfECjuoE No.193101 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>193100
>What about punitive rape for rapists?
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Alice Cloblingwitch - Sat, 26 Apr 2014 17:24:39 EST ID:tr9La7Bc No.193104 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>193100

These moral conundrums don't have a lot of weight in this environment. It's generally accepted that nobody can uphold the precepts without flaw, but we try to do our best. For serious offenses there's always repentance.

I still don't understand the point of punitive rape. And drinking but avoiding intoxication is rather normal. Heck, drinking to the point of reckless intoxication isn't that uncommon among historical Zen monks.

The only one on there that I can give a definite answer on is the cheating. To cheat in retaliation is a waste of time and energy.
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Cornelius Wicklekudging - Sat, 03 May 2014 00:17:15 EST ID:Lhp1yiVw No.193317 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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the more buddhist or zen I try to be or think or not think and then type, the less text happens.
i suspect that when i am zen or buddhist enough, i do something else... or at least not answer to the thread


How can mirrors be real if our eyes aren't real by MAdTRIX - Wed, 26 Feb 2014 19:38:50 EST ID:etrPzAHm No.191880 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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but how can our eyes not be real if real eyes realise real lies
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XIɹ┴p∀W - Wed, 26 Feb 2014 19:42:52 EST ID:etrPzAHm No.191881 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Paradox
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Sophie Saddlewadging - Wed, 26 Feb 2014 20:36:50 EST ID:aJEuVlHt No.191883 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>191881
SAME
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Kocoayello !jxaL03vL/Q - Thu, 27 Feb 2014 09:26:26 EST ID:AK4Vkp84 No.191890 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>191880
>>191881
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Reuben Brublingstone - Tue, 29 Apr 2014 23:56:05 EST ID:0wF2Jier No.193172 Ignore Report Quick Reply
jaden smith said this!
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Martha Billingman - Fri, 02 May 2014 16:30:23 EST ID:aKb+Zeyo No.193308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curved_mirror#Image_2

Look at the real image examples.


Buddhism for beginners? by Humphrey Bogart - Mon, 28 Apr 2014 20:15:10 EST ID:WBZlg0AD No.193153 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've always been interested in reading up on Buddhism. Anyone have any recommendations on where I should start. It can get pretty overwhelming at times trying to understand it all. Thanks!
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Jenny Hudgemirk - Tue, 29 Apr 2014 07:34:18 EST ID:5lgSpqXm No.193166 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Read the Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, and start Zen meditation. :)

That's what I did, and it's lovely.
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James Bunhood - Wed, 30 Apr 2014 14:24:55 EST ID:dDnfuO1m No.193186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>193164
>>193166
Fuck these guys. Read Schopenhauer if you want to gain a sense of what Buddhism is actually about. And stick with Theravada, Mahayana a shit.
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Terror Incognito - Thu, 01 May 2014 03:21:02 EST ID:DXNlsTrC No.193225 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>193186
Not OP. But I am also very interested in Buddhism. Even so, which book by Arthur Schopenhauer would be the best to start with? I was thinking The World As Will and Representation would be a good start. Correct me if I may be wrong... Also, I have been reading a bit of the Upanishads. I'm not sure how well I will learn more of Buddhism from this, but I'll still read them anyway because they're quite interesting to me. Also, I have been practicing meditation for the past few months now.
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Ian Clummlestutch - Thu, 01 May 2014 12:09:33 EST ID:ODId6GzL No.193292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>193225

the world as wlll and representation is fucking out of control good but actually is not really about buddhist type stuff, i mean all of philosophy is related but he has other works that focus directly on eastern philosophical analysis, he's got a bunch of essays that tend to be in schopenhauer compilations, and many of them talk about buddhism
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David Bonderfot - Thu, 01 May 2014 22:36:18 EST ID:Uvcp/Iyr No.193298 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>193186
>Read some guy who wasn't a Buddhist instead of getting first-hand experience with Buddhism


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