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(F4iryder14 @ 23 July 2004, 01:59)
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Originally Posted by marc37,23 July 2004, 01:57
Note: my responses are P.S. - Don't mean to knock you or your tastes, but the recent Six Feet Under album "Bringer of Blood" got one of the worst reviews I have ever seen in my life.  My friend had it posted on his wall it was so funny.  Their lack of any real guttural vocals and their "NO WAR... FOR OIL" retarded political based vocals have killed them of much credibility in the grind/death metal arena.  You can check the lyrics for one particular song here... I mean come on. http://www.songlyricscollection.com/s....ics.htm
Yeah: Chris Barns has gone down hill alot sinse his Cannibal Coarpse days. l only chose the cover because it has a comical bizareness. l just wish people weren't so closed minded. People need to step outside the box and open there minds. Grim gothic talk should not scare people off. Like l said about us destroying the earth; people need to open their minds and smell the coffee. We are all so robotized we are happy to exist in ignorance. Coarpse-grinder is one of the best singers l've heard. His gutter growls and devilish screams are supperb. l don't believe in genocide: l would rather nature take care of the problem. Guess what: it is. Male sperm counts are at their lowest in history (35% of men have low sperm counts). Nature will wipe the pests out in a short time, l guarantee. We are not sufficiently evolved enough to stop it and our reproductive abilities are suffering. Hooray. People have all these kids without little regard to the food supply and the environment. l've had my vasectomy. l won't be contributing to mass breading. What happens when you put too many animals in a cage? Answer: they turn oon each other with agression. That is exactly what the human race is doing. We are more intolerant of each other more than we have ever been. As l said before; people need to think for a change. We are too caught up in materialism: too many shoes and cloths etc. People are too worried about where their next shoe is coming from rather than worrying about the consequences of materialism. Why not give our shoe money to better causes? We are too busy helping ourselves rather than trying to solve world peace, environmental problems etc. As my brilliant girlfriend has said: it is hard to respect the materialistic masses (who have 20 pairs of shoes etc) when people are starving, and there are more important things to worry about. l am not perfect but at least l am honest enough to realize this. At least l don't try to hide behind the word GENTLEMAN. l think a real gentleman would try to help the world rather than thinking what he can get from it. We must give, give and give some more. l don't hate the masses; l just have no respect for them, that's all. This is because people don't think about the consequences of their actions. l talk to individuals on this forum with decency though. l am not a bad guy, just a thinking guy. l have heaps of friends in the flesh. They actually respect me for my extensive thinking on issues. People can criticize me all they like, l have no time for people who have unthoughtout and feeble opinions. lf people can make a good argument, l will respond intelligently, if not, l will simply laugh at them. l aqm not afraid to be wrong. l freely admit my faults. l am on this planet to learn.
Who is that woman in your avatar?
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Yeah Kabert, it is hard with the women around isn't it. My girl hates rock and heavy metal, l must admit to playing it loud when she is not in the house.   The lady in my photo is Dr Ann Wigmore. She has my utmost respect. She is my inspiration. She ate raw sprouts and vegies for 50 years.   Ann Wigmore is a natural hygenist. She is the ultimate authority on health [along side Viktoras Kulvinskas- he is mind-blowingly brilliant. His health knowledge is something to be believed. He is the world authority, a Raffael of the health world.
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Maybe I should get banned for asking stupid questions but I don't see how you could possibly ban someone from accessing this site. Sure you can ban a certain account or an IP address but that shouldn't be a problem for any annoying kid with too much time on his hands, he could just create a new account on a different computer and continue with his ill deeds, or am I missing something here???
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no, that's about the size of it. someone determined to be a jerk will keep signing up using a different IP and username, and he'll keep getting banned. sooner or later he'll run out of computers to use...unless there's a way to change your computer's IP, dunno about that. anyway, banning deters all but the most jerky, determined and geeky, which i reckon takes care of a very significant percentage in this particular interest group. /andrew
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Hi Barbie. Hi Ken. You wanna go for a ride? Sure, Ken. Jump in. Ha ha ha ha. I'm a Barbie girl in the Barbie world Life in plastic, it's fantastic You can brush my hair, undress me everywhere Imagination, life is your creation   Jon.
Could not stop laughing. Very funny. But people might start to worry if you make it a habit . J, Like everyone, glad to know people can't claim ignorance from the guidlines now that you've made them quite clear through this post. Let the members know if we can do anything to help "enforce the law."
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(imageWIS @ 22 July 2004, 9:53) Hi Barbie. Hi Ken. You wanna go for a ride? Sure, Ken. Jump in. Ha ha ha ha. I'm a Barbie girl in the Barbie world Life in plastic, it's fantastic You can brush my hair, undress me everywhere Imagination, life is your creation Jon.
Could not stop laughing. Very funny. But people might start to worry if you make it a habit . J, Like everyone, glad to know people can't claim ignorance from the guidlines now that you've made them quite clear through this post. Let the members know if we can do anything to help "enforce the law."
Thank you, thank you...I'll be here all week, remember to tip your waiters and waitresses. Jon.
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Thank you, thank you...I'll be here all week, remember to tip your waiters and waitresses. Jon.
What meal would you recommend I try during my stay? haha... okay, sorry, I'll stop pulling this away from the topic.
post #53 of 55
All posts by marc37:
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....As l said before; people need to think for a change. We are too caught up in materialism: too many shoes and cloths etc. People are too worried about where their next shoe is coming from rather than worrying about the consequences of materialism. Why not give our shoe money to better causes? We are too busy helping ourselves rather than trying to solve world peace, environmental problems etc. As my brilliant girlfriend has said: it is hard to respect the materialistic masses (who have 20 pairs of shoes etc) when people are starving, and there are more important things to worry about.
What about you trying to spend "thousands of dollars" to try and buy a Lobb bespoke: From AskAndy discussion
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...On a more serious note, l have received some excellent news. I am actually able to get Lobb bespoke shoes. All l have to do is get a last made of my feet and send in the measurements. l will get afew shoe makers in Melbourne and Sydney to make me shoes from a personalized last. l will then get the best last duplicated and send the other to Lobb. Along with the last and fitting measurements, l will send photographs of my feet and [one of my] regularly worn shoes. l will also send personal notes about my feet as well as take a video of myself walking. (l will give as much info as possible). For this l expect a near perfect shoe. Maybe not as perfect as a personal visit, but it should be almost as good. This will be a time consuming process but l have wanted Lobbs since l was a boy. l will be sending a post in a few months asking people to talk about their Lobbs. l am not spending several thousand dollars if they are no good.
Are you practising what you preach? Is this "intelligent"?
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l have self controll. 1, 2 or 3 three pair of LObb. No more. l am more controlled these days. l don't need 50 suits (5 is enough). l don't need 100 ties. 8 is enough. l don't need 150 pairs of shoes [even though l really can't resist]. At least l have cut my spending; l am now giving more to people who need it eventhough l have averaged 5 pairs of shoes [this year] with an average price tag of $700. lt is the most disiplined l have ever been; only 5 pairs this year, l am proud of my restraint.
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Originally posted by marc37:
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...l am now giving more to people who need it eventhough l have averaged 5 pairs of shoes [this year] with an average price tag of $700. lt is the most disiplined l have ever been; only 5 pairs this year, l am proud of my restraint.
Give more to the poor... Take the Randi challange and donate the US$1 million to charity.
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