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raul

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Re: To Senor Raul
« Reply #30 on: April 04, 2020, 05:10:41 pm »
Hentrich,

I heard that there are phone service outages in Canada. Probably there will be problems with Internet. I wonder if this is going to affect the USA.

Once again stay safe.

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« Reply #31 on: April 04, 2020, 05:52:47 pm »
Anything can happen.  We may have to resort to Letters by Snail Mail.  With the private message, members of this board might exchange addresses or PO Box, then, should a New Dark Age settle in, at least our correspondence might continue  …  different medium, say a makeshift MAGAZINE of only 15 pages thick … once every passing season until we're all grass upon the hills.

It would be a way to keep our sanity during such a challenge to what we have become accustomed to.

I had lived years without Internet, and even without access to computers; but now I would feel it more acutely as the operating systems have been so dependent upon Internet access to build itself and maintain the entire system.

I would have plenty to tinker with, but I know myself - and I have a thin threshold before I panic and become filled with anxiety and terror.  I try to nurture a sense of humor, joking that, from the looks of my rotten-toothed grin, my skeleton is already dead, and possibly wrapped in tar. 

The flesh, blood, bones, brain, etc. are on overtime --- my bones have no fear of death … only the flesh fears what it has been programmed to fear by the gnosis stored in all the nonhuman dimensions of organic life.

I feel close to "my" bones, or --- recognizing I am this vulnerable unit of human cattle in an Animal Farm Run Amuck, while there is a mythological "law and order," enforced by the silent majority, in reality, as a global phenomenon, nothing but entropy, chaos …

Trust me, when I write, there is an inner animal nonhuman part of me that is Will (emotion, feeling) which reserves the right to contradict everything proposed by the Intellect which refers to itself as I, the Subject.

Holden had once put forth the suggestion to do away with the Subject, and simply observe one's own personal existence with a detached indifference, more as a RECORDING than an EXPERIENCE.

I think this zooms in on the true riddle of existence, in the Upanishads, was there Brahman and Atman.  I don't know.  No se.
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Re: To Senor Raul
« Reply #32 on: April 08, 2020, 05:28:41 pm »
Senor Raul,
Thank you for your advise in the other thread. I wish to share the following with you as I think it is right up you alley-

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/extra/SoLiOdJyCK/mystery_of_dyatlov_pass

Take care and stay away from Corona.
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« Reply #33 on: April 09, 2020, 10:04:56 am »
Most men are afraid to wake up because their life revolves around pleasing women and others. Take that away and they are nothing! Just an empty biological machine with no function. Mainly the reason for the high male suicide rates.
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raul

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« Reply #34 on: April 09, 2020, 02:37:35 pm »
Holden,

Thank you for the link and the quote. I read the interesting article.  What happened to these Russian students in the Dyatlov Pass will never be found out. I could be wrong though.

At the end of the article the writer says that “conspiracies help unite powerless people against an imagined “other”. Something or someone killed these young people in 1959. History is rich with conspiracies. The CCP virus and economic destruction is one example.

Walk carefully.

P.S.  Words by Philosopher Diogenes of Sinope:

Someone said that Diogenes was out of his mind.* ‘It’s not that I’m out of my mind,’ he replied. ‘It’s that I don’t have the same mind as you.’

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« Reply #35 on: April 10, 2020, 02:22:38 am »
For Senor Raul,
When you tell a blue pill brother that marriage is a big risk. He says : “just get a prenup bro”.

That’s not how it works buddy. All the women had to say is,”he made me sign it”(even with no evidence).

Then next thing you know, you’re taken to the cleaners! LOL
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« Reply #36 on: July 15, 2020, 03:30:12 am »
Holden,
This man literally had gone his own way. tragic but hilarious nonetheless  ;D

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EB7wixm3Fgs

I liked how he got the resolve in 3 seconds and that he had enough. Humans are dull but this rare incident is a morbidly funny.

on the other hand, a wave of feminism is hitting the middle-east hard these days. the social media and Netflix are doing there intended effect. the silver lining is many guys have started to opt-out.

as you mentioned many times, I try to detach from emotions that plague me and try to observe them objectively as a third-party.

I think the situation is same in India. please  stay away from the masses and tend to you health.
 
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To Mr.Ibra
« Reply #37 on: July 17, 2020, 07:28:06 am »


Mr.Irba,

Thank you for your message.I think India and most the the middle east is somewhat culturally similar because we also have a large muslim population. I read in the news that in Saudi Arabia women are being allowed a lot of things which were not conceivable even a few years back.

To tell you the truth,women have always possessed a great deal of power in all the past societies and I don't not think things would change drastically.People like us would always be in a very small minority.
The Silent Majority is Gortish.
Women seem to want all the rights and none of the responsibilities. Mrs.Bovary is a classic case.She gets married to a hard working country doctor. He makes sure that she is very comfortable and is completely devoted to her.
She finds him boring and takes many lovers. She also spends all his earnings in shopping for useless things to the extent that in the end he is bankrupt.

Women are crafty,very crafty.Shrewd.

Take care.


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