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Hiding out

2014-03-25 07:10:29 by VicariousE
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I've been visiting other people's blogs here, for a very long time.  Recently, I let my blog responses go for a few days.  There's "68 new blog replies" showing on the FP, and I don't wanna look at 'em, for the foreseeable future.  While I'm grateful for not being ignored, I think it's time for me just to sit back, and let you kids visit me for a change.131385_139574554811_59758.png

All in a day's work.  It's not glamourous, or healthy for me, but it will be done.


Easter Update:  The quickening is here, and soon the long, bumpy drive to points unseen will begin, and the air of Newgrounds will be made manifest in the real world, breathing, laughing, breeding, seeing from many diverse viewpoints.  We are many, we are different, but we all come to the same place, the place that Tom and Wade built.

 

It's times like this I realize, it truly is love that makes the world go 'round.  It's sad to see the world turn to anger, and worrysome to feel the Earth slow, right before a massive crash.  We sieze the moments of happiness where we can, because they can never come back again, and can keep us alive in dark times. Despite it's overuse, 'hope' is really all we have... and I've never known hope, when she wasn't on a diet |:

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nietzlawenietzlawe

2014-04-26 14:06:15

Spyro the Dragon. I used to know somebody that would call that game Spyro the Gyro. Don't know why though. (That accidentally rhymed).

Didn't mind either of the Fallout games, I found them a bit tough until I sussed out the slow motion thing where you can pick hits on the body. They were both as good as each other for different reasons, but New Vegas had a bit more colour and vibe.

Wrestling I used to love. Started watching it in the late WCW days, Sting, Rick Rude, Arm Anderson, Barry Windham and all those types. Then moved on to WWF before they had to change their name to WWE because of the Panda thing.

I think it was around Wrestlemania VI is when I really started watching it, when all the main wrestlers were like Undertaker, Hulk Hogan, Ultimate Warrior, Big Boss Man, The Mountie, Sgt. Slaughter, Virgil, Million Dollar Man, ha.. remember Nailz. Then there was the era of Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Yokozuna, Diesel, Razor Ramon, Tatanka and I even watched wrestling into the Stone Cold and Rock era, but haven't watched it for about 10 years now.

Good to see that the Undertaker is still unbeaten at Wrestlemania. Wonder if it will last his entire career?

That wrestling documentary was interesting too, where it showed how wrestlers get passed a tiny razor blade from the referee so they can make an incision in their own head to cause bleeding in the extreme matches. Mankind vs Undertaker Hell in a Cell, that is still an all-time classic.

VicariousE responds:

I'm in the rabbit hole
wow man


AsandirAsandir

2014-04-24 20:45:19

Yeah, I like Fallout New Vegas much more. I think partly because I find the setting more interesting. Not spoiling too much but I also like the main story more in Vegas, same goes for the sidequest, of which some are just incredible. What you will find out that is that your choices, pretty much all of them, matter and will influence and get referenced in the ending, much different to the ending of Fallout 3 that was very lackluster. There are also factions and you will have to take a side at some point, and trust me, that will not be an easy choice. I promise you will want to replay this game to see how different the other factions ways are.

I actually started Wrestling because of the Undertaker, my father showed me some episodes and I didn't like Wrestling at all, to me the guys all looked boring and the same. Then the GONG hits, the arena gets dark and the Undertaker, pale and with purple gloves makes his entrance. I have been a fan ever since, with varying following of the product.

VicariousE responds:

More replayability then, and an old GTA 2 style Respect o' Meter (lol)? Sweet! I did read a few things about the 3 factions in Vegas, and the separate endings. The first true PC/RPG game I ever had, was Wasteland for the Apple II. Got it mail order, and was not disappointed. First game I... no, I hacked the Haley's comet game, but so did the winner, lol. I saw the winning time in the newspaper, and just knew a follow up article wasn't far off. Took forever to get my 'game completed' certificate. Wonder if I still have it?

I still remember when Andre the Giant was still in the ring, The Sheik... good times. Although I'm sure some of my back problems are due to wrestling my cousins in front of the screen, and those throws we practiced at day camp, in shallow sea water.


AsandirAsandir

2014-04-24 18:23:52

I have only played Fallout 3 and Fallout New Vegas. I didn't like the first one too much and went with zero expectations into New Vegas, which is now one of my favourite games of all time. Guess I will give the classic ones a shot at some point, I have them from when they were free on gog.

Regardless, what I said was a loose reference to a promo from the wrestler CM Punk:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkGdq4NOBE8

Around 3:05

VicariousE responds:

Yeah, I guess you had to 'be there' for the original. So, Fallout New Vegas is your favorite? Everyone else said it wasn't nearly as fleshed out as 3 was... but I'm going to play it regardless :)

Ah! I used to love wrestling, even watched the Undertaker. But not long after the WCW went bye-bye, and it all became a monopoly... At least wrestling's more honest than politics.


AsandirAsandir

2014-04-24 14:59:32

I am the One in 101 Ò_Ó

VicariousE responds:

Ha, I thought you meant Vault 101, like from the original Fallout... very worthy game, even though it's 20 years old, I saw 2 new walkthroughs in 2007. Sevenseize is bonkers for Fallout :)


S3CS3C

2014-04-18 04:28:09

oh you blammed it lmao. when you said "all in day's work" and "but it will be done" i jumped the gun and assumed you made that hehe

(Updated ) VicariousE responds:

Oh good gobs of gravy, of course not! If I could handle Flash, I'd probably do a lame choose your own adventure thing, like the kids books in school, most of which were actually pretty good.

And congrats on the 100th comment, you may collect your cookie at NGHQ next Saturday.......


S3CS3C

2014-04-18 04:26:34

rainbow dash dress-up? i have lost ALL respect for you lmao

VicariousE responds:

It had to die |:


S3CS3C

2014-04-18 00:33:29

you weren't owned...i just like to say silly things every now and then. some people would say more often than not.

VicariousE responds:

Eh, more like contraindicated than silly :) still brings a smile though!


Clueless-queenClueless-queen

2014-04-18 00:09:51

hi XD

VicariousE responds:

Hello dear :)


nick251nick251

2014-04-17 12:28:28

hah i remember playing spyro when I was like 7 on the gamecube.it was so much fun...I miss those days

VicariousE responds:

I played it either on a Genesis or Nintendo, but not on a Gamecube. I've played Smurfs, Batman, Spiderman, ET, Yugioh... but never an Asterix game :|


Happy-Little-TreesHappy-Little-Trees

2014-04-17 11:11:25

hows that being owned? lol

VicariousE responds:

It IS my post though! I could always go back to talking on it, close off the comments on all the other posts.... you still got comment #10,000, ya know?


SukiiKSukiiK

2014-04-17 04:27:20

Hello! Thought I would stop by and say hi!

VicariousE responds:

Yay, a chick on my blog, hi, hope the game is going okay! After the office party next week, and a lil while after, I'll be making a grand commission page, which of course, you will be in! I'll put a link to it on my BBS sig, so hopefully all the artists featured will get a tad more exposure!


S3CS3C

2014-04-17 04:15:17

p.s. @Happy-Little-Trees talk about owned dude...you don't just delete an NG legend's comment like that.

VicariousE responds:

IKR?


S3CS3C

2014-04-17 04:13:49

do you even spyro

asterix doesn't even have a video game! right?

VicariousE responds:

Nah, wait, yeah I played the original Spyro once at a friend's...

O_< Oh yes, many crappy 8/16 bit sidescroling games, but the best one I had seen, was Arcade Asterix.


KnightsKnights

2014-04-17 01:08:29

Fuck yeah, original Spyro! Seems out of place with all the pixelated Asterix's, but I can't complain. You know, I still find it amazing that the drummer for the Police did the soundtrack for those games back in the day. Man, how times have changed.

Also, I've noticed your next news post will be #100; are you going to do something special for it?

VicariousE responds:

Cyberdevil sent me here http://www.spriters-resource.com/ and I found quite a few sprite sheets, most of which were done long ago. Really? Huh, kinda like NIN doing the soundwork for the first Quake game... luckily the trend seems to be picking up. An even before that, Journey, Kiss and other bands did music for their own video games/pinball machines. http://www.arcade-museum.com/

Probably an after action report on Pico Day next week... if I survive the outing. Then I might make an index post (or do that first, then Pico Day), then a pictorial post of all the commissioned work I've received from some of the artists here.... that'll be a doosey to do with links and all :p And then I promised to do one of some ancient gifs I have.....


Happy-Little-TreesHappy-Little-Trees

2014-04-16 23:00:27

steve i would really appreciate it if you deleted that one last comment from the 10,000 post because it makes it have 201 pages and it just ruins the perfection so please im begging you please delete it (think of it as a late birfday present if not anything else)

VicariousE responds:

Oh?


FordV8FordV8

2014-04-13 20:27:10

Hi, Vic! don't mind me, I'm just lurking in this post.

VicariousE responds:

Thx for the shout out!

You think digital neighbors would visit more....


KatMaestroKatMaestro

2014-04-13 17:55:15

That's one tough looking avatar. :) (the user icon-rampage was messy)

I think of carrying out a funny revenge on those who were mastermind of the icon-changing. But then I reported the bug to Tom :(

VicariousE responds:

Hell I tried to upload a different icon for someone else, an hour or so after the bug got patched.... desperation. I haven't hacked anything in quite a while.
At least it didn't seem destructive, whoever exploited it....


SileNt-SamSileNt-Sam

2014-04-13 15:05:21

uhh i didn't mean to make an ad to my page here :\ i truly just wanted to say hi and tell you that :(
i don't wanna change it i like passing by your page everyday :P
nah i've seen better days when i was animating madness combat :\
woah :O

VicariousE responds:

Heh, sorry, I guess that did sound a little harsh... it's just that there's others who could use the pageview everyday (once every 24 hours) more than I could. You need a lot of different ppl looking at your stuff each week, to earn anything. I've made 75 cents in the past 3 years or so....


SileNt-SamSileNt-Sam

2014-04-13 14:41:58

believe it or not but i swear i visit your page 1-3 times a day O.o EVERYDAY :P
when i bookmarked NG i did it while i'm on your page , so whenever i wanna open NG i have to visit your page first :3

VicariousE responds:

I don't need the ad-rev, and it's certainly a lot more lively on your page :) Next time, homepage this instead https://www.newgrounds.com/ go in the secure door, bypass some ads!

I had lively days too http://vicariouse.newgrounds.com/news/post/697188


CyberdevilCyberdevil

2014-04-12 04:37:04

Your new avatars got attitude! :P Heard they switched it out for you earlier, but it's not this one though is it? Which one did you get?

VicariousE responds:

No, I wasn't affected, seemed like only certain forum users got hit with furry and or pokemon. I just tried using the same hack, and it stuck to my icon instead. I love simple hacks like that, reminds me of the old days, trying to hack the old Dow Jones server in the late 80's, at school.


S3CS3C

2014-04-12 02:58:09

http://uimg.ngfiles.com/profile/1682/1682854.jpg

^this is the face only adorned by only the most dangerous, unrelenting, heinous, merciless hackers. If you see your profile picture changed to this contact an admin immediately and watch your cornhole, buddy.

VicariousE responds:

Downright creepifying :| Nah, I got lucky, nothing changed, though I did try the exploit the way it was described, to no effect, other than my own icon :p


LandeyxLandeyx

2014-04-11 14:44:08

Ok dude!

VicariousE responds:

Yup, thanks for visiting... sometimes I think I was already too old for this site when I joined up in 2001.


S3CS3C

2014-04-08 01:23:59

ahh everyone knows Dave Brubeck! And the famous Take Five tune. Strange Meadowlark and Blue Rondo a la Turk are other good ones. Can't remember the names of others but I rented a couple of his CDs from the library. He actually passed away fairly recently which was unbeknownst to me.

so cowboy bebop actually has a bebop or jazz themed soundtrack

RE: nietzlawe- but if the workers don't enforce the law, they can't buy food. And if the enforcers of the enforcers don't enforce the law, they can't feed their family. Plus they have drones lol.

VicariousE responds:

You mean 'borrow', right? Sometimes I forget a book or DVD is due, but I don't mind paying the fine, I just chalk it up as a 'rental fee', since, for some reason, they don't take donations over the counter... mainstream hipsters are gonna kill the world |:

Oh hell ya!! At least 3 big CD's http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_Cowboy_Bebop I got most of them before Verizon began packet sniffing the torrents, much like all the other big ISP's |:

Yeah middlemen, no matter the occupation (in context, lol), have a sever dislike for being sidelined.
I should just get a land based drone to deal with the deer... afraid the wind might destroy an expensive chopper, as I'd have to use it often, and with a camera (too lazy to look out a window)


digsBotdigsBot

2014-04-08 01:22:37

Haha I see what ya mean! Yeah I'm super excited.

Well haha definitely haven't made much at all really. I think it's mainly because I'm currently still in college and time is definitely not on my side. If I was able to I'd release more and more content, which I think would definitely help with some increased rev. This summer I plan on cranking out a number of toons here and on YT. Currently, I've been working on a number of music videos for people and toons for healthcare/local companies. That has helped provide me some cash. Frederator are the best though, they are very supportive and they really have been promoting a lot of my work. I'm happy and confident to say that I'll try and push more stuff on the reg once I'm a bit more free.

VicariousE responds:

Sounds like a good plan! Remember to get some sun regularly over the summer break though. I used to edit in an attic room, a/c barely keeping up, an full of cigarette smoke :p probably took years off my life.

Do you have any rights to your commercial work? Can you post some of them on NG, or has it been copywritten by the client? I usually had to hand over my raw footage.. should've made time to make copies :(


nietzlawenietzlawe

2014-04-07 14:04:31

Think about all the laws you hate, and it takes everyday, ordinary citizens to enforce them.

The government might pass a law that says you can't buy alcohol if you look under 25 years old. But it's the workers in the store that will enforce that law, and it's the same with any law, members of the public will enforce it on other members of the public.

The government are nothing more than a voice. It's up to the public as a whole to create cohesive mass civil disobedience and intolerance to laws that few agree with. Therefore making them unenforceable.

VicariousE responds:

It's fair point... if you happen to live far enough away, from the dens of viper and thieves. When bunches of people live together, they get picky with their surroundings, to the point of nausea. Governments like that, keeps them out of the spotlight, and keeps their underlings busy and hopefully honest enforcing or ignoring the law equally :\

Of course there are areas of Pakistan and Afghanistan who also agree with you...


S3CS3C

2014-04-07 04:43:12

oh cool you like jazz!! any particular sub-genres/eras/musicians??

for fucks sake it's S3C not SC3!!! i am surprised at the amount of people who get that wrong, it's only 3 characters to remember lol

i believe i said something along the lines of "money and fame isn't evil, it's the desire of money and fame that's evil" to append to that statement, it is those that value their job (i.e paycheck) over their work that will contribute to the downfall of a civilization, but then again everyone's got to make a living right?

VicariousE responds:

There was so much jazz going up on the radio.. other than Dave Brubeck, I can't name anyone specific. Cowboy Bebop's band released a pretty solid volume of work.

Ha, I knew the first time I screwed that up, you might take issue ;)

Money's amoral and just a thing, but it's basically liquid power. And power, as we know....
*Jeremy Clarkson* POWERRRRR!!! Power solves all things.


DoomroarDoomroar

2014-04-06 17:21:37

Yeah. - Cyberdevil 2014


DoomroarDoomroar

2014-04-06 16:54:00

Oh yeah i remember passing by, it was not so long ago, evil will surface even without money and, money is just an incentive for evil to appear, and not really the "root/origin" of evil, i think that was the thing, or maybe it was on Nietzlawe? anyway, it was among those lines.

Yeah early old-school Metal is so damn funky! is really something else, metal overall is great old-school or not, but if i haven't heard it, wouldn't have guessed that those were the beginnings of the genre.

VicariousE responds:

You could almost classify that version of BS as prog-rock! It seemed like after the sappy 60's music was over, artists were stretching out, trying new things... still mostly analog, but a wonderful variety of instruments and sound.


DoomroarDoomroar

2014-04-06 13:19:31

But you are already involved in a war kind of... to get another doesn't sounds that rare, even more when we take into account that we are talking of the country with the greatest military budget, so if they decide to do it, it will happen, however i still don't know who are "they", the Morgan family doesn't sounds that powerful either, is frustrating but these all look like families that survived from their former glorious days, to be behind the cords is good and all, but public presence is also important.

Oh good old funky Black Sabbath nice, nice indeed.

VicariousE responds:

I know God was right, "Money is *the* root of all evil". I think SC3 and I kicked that subject around a little, but I still stand by that quote.

Yeah, there was something about it... didn't even know it was a BS tune, till I heard Ozzy. First I'd heard it, was on a college metal station, and thought, "WTF is this doing on a metal station?" then I heard the guitar and Ozzy and, wow, epiphany.


DoomroarDoomroar

2014-04-06 02:12:59

Yeah. - Cyberdevil 2014

Now i am really curious to read this list, because i sincerely know little to nothing about these Rothschild fellows, and all the other not as showy but behind the table line pulling families.

VicariousE responds:

Yeah, they suck. Allegedly own the Bank of England. But from what I gather, every investment or business they 'spun off', they still have a stake in. And by stake I mean, "You shut up and do as you are told, or there won't be much of you left to burn at the stake."

I also suspect it's them (or JP Morgan) that runs the Bilderberg con-flab every year. I really like how they finally started posting their guest list, like it matters |: We all know that the meeting is private, and any US official attending, is in breach of the law... the law states that no elected official may attend a meeting that does not keep public minutes, especially if it involves foreigners.

They've been at this a long time, and have been careful not to push too far and too fast... but with non-westerners getting their own posse together, it won't be long before they throw our bodies into another war.


KatMaestroKatMaestro

2014-04-05 16:45:39

Yeah, I was wondering the same thing as Amaranthus does. :) What type of music do you enjoy the most after day of work?

VicariousE responds:

Loud music. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLP6fC9HW8Y Well, that's more what I'd listen to on the way home :| Rush hour on the east coast is not for the faint of heart.

I kinda answered in more detail below... but this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ne7GCXlxqoY I had been searching for for several years since high school. Can't tell you how awesome it was to finally find it! I happened to record it off the radio, but the college kids chopped off the end of it (and didn't mention what song it was), and the tape got wore to a frazzle, not that the reception was good anyway...


AmaranthusAmaranthus

2014-04-05 07:42:51

what music does an old fart like you listen to

VicariousE responds:

Very little anymore :( But I like a lot of it, one of each! Prog rock, heavy metal, sappy songs from the 1950's, a little jazz and soul, a little pre1992 rap, some dubstep. Yup, That makes me a happy camper.


DoomroarDoomroar

2014-04-05 05:39:54

So since these guys control the market and the media, then the public is not at fault for enforcing their ideologies? are we powerless in front of these giant stock holders? nothing to do, just watch?

Are the Rothschild part of these six? they don't seem that powerful and notorious, maybe some hidden assets?

VicariousE responds:

Evil flourishes when good men do nothing.

Yep, most sources say they are the ones. Durr, the rich never act rich, lest it bring the ire of others |: That family has the most hidden assets of them all, to be sure.


S3CS3C

2014-04-05 04:49:06

which six families

VicariousE responds:

._. I just checked and they list Bill Gates on top with 77 billion, but he's not in the club, so far as I know. The families (which are harder to account for) who are part of this cabal weren't in the top page searches, and they definitely control a lot more than 100 billion apiece.


S3CS3C

2014-04-05 04:38:58

why just 6? why not 7 or 5?

VicariousE responds:

The fuck I know? Shit rises to the top |: who's to say how many turds support 'the big log'?
They're just very old families, who've been at this a long time, since the middle ages.


DoomroarDoomroar

2014-04-05 02:42:09

Yeah the toilet paper trophies, since there is no longer a store.

VicariousE responds:

Yep, the store was we know it is closed, but they still sell supporter upgrades, they just don't want the hassle of mailing stuff (besides ad-rev checks) to us. That software they use to make postage paid labels costs a few hundred every year, whether they use it or not. Plus they wanna move soon, and don't wanna lug the store to some smaller place....


DoomroarDoomroar

2014-04-04 22:42:46

"it's the part of the public who stayed silent and/or reinforced indoctrination upon the rest of us, for decades"
"It's the part of the public..."

Sounds like the financial elite are also part of the public, unless you are talking of someone else, in that case, i am also talking of that someone else XD.

VicariousE responds:

Are you busting my balls man?

The way I heard it, 6 white men control over half the Earth's money and assets. One of them, is the guy who's in charge. They spread their influence through the planet's financial systems (and by default, the planet's governments, educational and medical systems), which in turn influences the corporations (who control the media, and what we eat and drink).

Those 6 guys are about as far away from the public, as the moon is from the Earth. They live behind glass, steel and hired guns. They might share the same deluded thoughts as each other, but 6 people don't make a 'public', or assures me, that they have humanities' best interests at heart. They want to consolidate control, to ensure they're the last familys alive and in control of the Earth, and want for nothing.


KatMaestroKatMaestro

2014-04-04 22:40:56

I think they only activated it on last Tuesday. :( All my posts with april fool got changed back to its original.

I wish they leave it on forever.

VicariousE responds:

Well, that's what I get for eschewing the BBS most of the time....

Be careful what you wish for.... glad I didn't encounter that, I mighta blown a gasket.
That's an awfully spooky prank.


nietzlawenietzlawe

2014-04-04 21:46:45

China Day was great, and I fell for it. Tom Fulp is the grand master of practical jokes.

VicariousE responds:

I saw pictures of the banner they used, but I was largely offline back then... Stamper used to hold the grand master title, though he's a bit more on the raunchy side.


KatMaestroKatMaestro

2014-04-04 15:21:47

I love whenever I typed in the phrase "april fool", it then replaces with the sentence "I'm going to buy toilet paper!". This is the best joke ever since that Chinese skin change thing. :)

VicariousE responds:

april fool

Did it work? Won't know till I hit Submit... what a strange and invasive joke to pull, I haven't seen this in action yet!


DoomroarDoomroar

2014-04-04 12:38:28

Edit: Any chance* of seeing that trophy?

VicariousE responds:

You don't mean the two rolls of TP? At least the angry faic stickers look like they'll come off, and still have a bit of sticky left to them...


DoomroarDoomroar

2014-04-04 12:37:43

I guess that makes a free deer then, road kill edition.

If it wasn't because the ocean is all fucked up too.

Yeah you have to believe reason not the hype, don't believe the hype! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vQaVIoEjOM

But since we are also part of the public, we are to blame, and they are part of the public too, so they are also to blame, so the public is to blame, which is made out of us and them...

Any change of seeing pictures of that trophy?

VicariousE responds:

I find it hard to call the financial elite part of the public... trophy? What trophy?


S3CS3C

2014-04-04 02:03:26

how would law enforcement setting up escorting agencies not be considered racketeering? it's not illegal to pay someone to go on a date. it's not illegal to decide to have consensual sex afterwards. I mean, isn't that essentially how relationships are, just a lot less direct and involve emotional baggage? After all, women want men who have "goals and aspirations" which is just a euphemism for saying they want men who are financially secure and/or have a good social standing.

good point about viewing videos full screen, i never thought of that.

RE: nietzlawe- I think there are correct/efficient and wrong ways to do things, but there is no one correct way to something.

VicariousE responds:

It's a nasty kind of entrapment they rarely do, but in some states it's legal... Honolulu cops are able to sleep with hookers, to secure a conviction... maybe. Might've been reversed already, I think the law on the books had been there for quite a while. They got a thing called Sugardaddy.com that's more upfront than escort services... I just don't know anymore...

Yeah, and on non YT players, click the shit out of the screen upon loading, to get the right hand menu option to dump the quality to low... if you wait, you'll likely be stuck with no option at all.

Ah, the ambiguities and trappings of mortal life...


VicariousEVicariousE

2014-04-04 01:52:30

I got the April Fool's day NG TP today. Took about 48 hours, product perfectly matched the advert pictures. Smells and looks brand new, but squished slightly by my ham fisted postman. Would order from seller again 5/5


nietzlawenietzlawe

2014-04-04 00:32:29

The rich and influential don't care, otherwise they would change and make sacrifices like the rest of us, they would mix with ordinary folk, they would sell their fast cars, they would share their resources with their fellow man.

But really, the public are tto blame for enforcing their ideologies.

VicariousE responds:

http://nietzlawe.newgrounds.com/news/post/891015

It's a matter of lust for power, it's not just money hoarding. It's an addiction of the worst kind, whatever the junkie wants, can happen!!

No, the public isn't to blame, it's the part of the public who stayed silent and/or reinforced indoctrination upon the rest of us, for decades... pointing us to their new world order. You think it's bad in the West, shit look at China, the middle east, our leaders are panicking, while the rich are waiting for the worst to happen, and to see their house of cards fall on cue.


nietzlawenietzlawe

2014-04-04 00:27:02

Zoot suits indeed.

They are just naked, fragile figures underneath like you or I.

VicariousE responds:

Yeah, it doesn't take a normal human being too long to figure out the fragile part... the Emperors clothes lol


DoomroarDoomroar

2014-04-03 23:20:22

Is the revenge of the Deer coming back to reclaim da land, hide yo kids hide yo wives! and your land certificates.

Well i haven't heard of any realistic plans of humans successfully escaping to any planet that could host them in the same nice and tidy conditions as earth.
So they either care at least a little, or... they are a bunch of suicidal maniacs dragging us all down with them to their graves. And sometimes i do think that they have a mentally that reflects the second option.... or they could also be delusional and think that everything is fine and dandy.
Scary shit nevertheless.

VicariousE responds:

Once, a cop was driving nearby to me, deer popped out int front of him, crashed through the windshield and kicked the shit out of him! Motorcycle hit one to the south of me, deer's leg got caught in the drive chain.... nasty.

Durr yeah, there's no escape from Earth. Unless... ever see SeaQuest the TV series? The final frontier was the ocean, in that one... just got done watching an episode. http://watchseries.lt/ I knew the day I'd find a db with all the old TV shows, my real life was over....

Sometimes, when people learn too much (especially proscribed sciences), or control too much, they believe their own hype, and not their own heart... kinda like the Grinch


DoomroarDoomroar

2014-04-03 21:14:37

Damn those are some baddass deer XD.

I will blame those that expected god to do something... and while they waited, did nothing.

VicariousE responds:

Yeah, they're Rambo suburban certified... they say fuck the police. Most of the time, it feels like I'm working for them >:(

Sure, God helps those who help themselves... though I wonder if the rich and powerful even care about Earth... we know they could give two shits about humanity, they already have most of the world's money.


nietzlawenietzlawe

2014-04-03 16:22:56

People get punished for mostly, just being instinctive, or shaped by their surroundings.

At some point in the future, we will all be in sync. But it wont matter because by that point, we'll be passing the baton on to the technological age and we'll slowly be rendered insignificant, like the dinosaurs.

VicariousE responds:

Guess that makes me an old junk yard dog with spinal injuries.... I should be acting far meaner than I am now.

Hmm, the sync should be interesting, if it's anything like Jordan (and others before him) have postulated. Just hope we humans can race to the finish line, which seems dubious at best. Mountains have to be made, and eggs need to be broken to make God's omelet Earth


nietzlawenietzlawe

2014-04-03 16:16:49

'You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.”

Friedrich decided to save people time from having long conversations about morality.

VicariousE responds:

I think I've heard that said :) We're all just amoral critters in fancy zoot suits anyway....