I'm actually paranoid about being too paranoid. Or perhaps about misdirected paranoia.
Belligerent Savant wrote:If 911 happened today, in today's atmosphere of distrust, there may have been some traction. But 2001 was an entirely distinct reality from what we currently share.
And "they" knew it, as they know it now. They had their (overton) 'window' and shoved themselves through it.
dada » 24 Sep 2016 14:26 wrote:82_28 » Sat Sep 24, 2016 3:50 pm wrote:Ummmm, yeah, dada. The interest in NK speaks for itself. I don't know why you would even ask why someone would post this.
I know, but I think the things that speak for themselves are the things in need of the most critique. Without examining the things we take for granted, we're just playing games. We may as well be discussing the drapery.
by MacCruiskeen » Wed Oct 19, 2016 1:32 pm
When American Dream is the last poster left here, the lights can be switched off and he can move on to his next assignment (or to a well-earned holiday), content with a trillion words effortlessly copied and pasted from others (a job well done).
American Dream » Sun Oct 30, 2016 10:49 am wrote:An unfounded suggestion, framed as a question, in support of a highly biased agenda, is not good for much more than fostering bias and/or hatred...
Nordic » Tue Nov 01, 2016 8:12 pm wrote:The disdain and scorn people in most of my universe rain down upon Trump supporters is the nastiest, most condescending, elitist shit you can imagine. It's no different from racism, but without the race aspect.
Sounder » Thu Nov 03, 2016 6:14 am wrote:
Elites create wars to disguise the fact that mans natural state is one of abundance. Their major task is to keep our dominant narrative focused on objects. This keeps the general consciousness oriented toward transitory and substitute forms of satisfaction. Not real abundance at all, even when fulfilled for some.
If on the other hand our understanding of reality were to be framed around relationships rather than objects, our mutual support may create value, and jobs, based on currently unrecognizable metrics.
dada » Wed Nov 09, 2016 9:12 am wrote:You notice how much consumerism has pervaded our language? It's in the structure of our metaphors. "pay attention," "spend time." They're only metaphors, but left unexamined, I think this could effect the quality of our thoughts, how we think.
Pardon me if I don't follow the rules of discourse. There's a method to the madness, believe it or not:)
Joe Hillshoist » Mon Nov 21, 2016 10:45 am wrote:I've fucked about with sex magic for nearly 30 years
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