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[Shizo]
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 25, 2009 9:32 am     Reply with quote
I already did everything in life and I've been everywhere. Life is so boring.
Maybe I should have kids? I haven't done that yet.

But if I have them they may have to starve a little bit and perhaps I'll send them on the streets to be beggars. At least it will be funny for a while! Wink

What else is there to do?
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 25, 2009 12:52 pm     Reply with quote
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 25, 2009 3:41 pm     Reply with quote
All you need is an i-roc z, 2 6 packs of coors and you'll be ready to raise hell, life is never boring if youre willing to raise it...
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 26, 2009 6:06 am     Reply with quote
Read a quote the other day that said: The problem most people have isn't that they aim to high in life but to low and get there.
Ponder that you will eventually die, that the clock is ticking...until you get enough anxiety to motivate yourself to do something you feel is worthwile.

Have you had a supermodel yet? if not at least found your soulmate? Peaked your lifedrawing skills? THIS will be your new checklist, ok!

I'm having problems deciding what to study. Something to do with arts or not. I'm just blowing it all out of proportion so I can keep delaying the decision or something. Feels safer and much more boring studying something more mainstream. what I really wan't is some job that is a decent mix really. Suggestions? Graphic designer, Architect? What else is there?
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 26, 2009 8:19 am     Reply with quote
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 26, 2009 1:23 pm     Reply with quote
Returner wrote:
Suggestions? Graphic designer, Architect? What else is there?
Cartoonist, children's book illustrator...
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 27, 2009 12:31 am     Reply with quote
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Have you had a supermodel yet? if not at least found your soulmate? Peaked your lifedrawing skills? THIS will be your new checklist, ok!

Actually, I HAVE found my soulmate about a month ago. But guess where she is now? In Sweden! And I don't know when/if I will see her again.

Anyway. I think Zeitgeist didn't make things better for me. Yeah, lots of things in it are substantial, but that only makes me want even more to go live in the village and grow my own food or something.

I've realized one important thing. People want safe happy life, but this safe happiness is what actually kills them. Anything that promises peace in the world, happiness, good times is all BULLSH*T. And I pity the fool who actually achieves it.

Without war and crime there is no art. Art depicts the contrast, the extremes and struggle. If you don't have evil and darkness then you have no art. Everyone enjoys evil but they want to "make it ok" in their minds, put in a glass jar for own entertainment as they're afraid to dirty their own hands.

Ok f*ck everything, I'm going to the park and do some Taichi with the old people or something.. x___0
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 27, 2009 2:33 am     Reply with quote
There is nothing to achieve in life except inner peace - I believe. That's what you should search for. However as long as you're searching it outside of your own inner world you won't find anything. People search for happyness and peace, everyone! However they/we seem to mistaken peace with power, money, stuff, maybe even our soulmate.

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What else is there to do?


Smile and be peaceful *g* do some Taichi, buy a ticket and visit your soulmate : )
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 27, 2009 8:54 am     Reply with quote
[Shizo] wrote:
Actually, I HAVE found my soulmate about a month ago. But guess where she is now? In Sweden! And I don't know when/if I will see her again.


Ah... the one true home of all supermodel soulmates. Wink
Move here and all your problems are gone - plus free healthcare.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 29, 2009 1:57 pm     Reply with quote
I second that - move to Sweden. What the hell, you're bored anyway, right? If you tire of that, move to another country. There's plenty of things to see and stuff to do as long as you don't think you have to plan it out in advance.

Goals will own you and achieving them will not bring happiness. If you have any, make sure your goals are unattainable.
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 30, 2009 8:52 am     Reply with quote
Edit is a hell of a thing to do. Twisted Evil

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 30, 2009 8:57 am     Reply with quote
praise the lord

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 30, 2009 8:41 pm     Reply with quote
Weeeeeeeee... I'm back on track!

I have found my reason to live!

From now on I shall put all my efforts and energy and do everything in my power to stop, crush and completely eradicate the Zeitgeist movement!

Thanks all! Very Happy
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 31, 2009 4:15 am     Reply with quote
Wait a sec, what about Sweden?
I would actually consider it since my soulmate lives there right now.

Do they need bass players in Sweden? Smile

I could clean toilets at McDonald's or something.. Unless that job is outsourced by the Mexicans there as well. That would be a big let down!!

I guess I could check it out next year since I will be in Russia.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 31, 2009 11:46 am     Reply with quote
[Shizo] wrote:

From now on I shall put all my efforts and energy and do everything in my power to stop, crush and completely eradicate the Zeitgeist movement!


uhm, ok Shocked
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 01, 2009 11:33 pm     Reply with quote
Of course I was sarcastic about destroying the neo-communist Zeitgeist hippies, I could care less about them.

But even though within a myriad of their blahbalicious, idealistic ideas there are a few practical ideas, the movement will not be supported by the public. There are more loopholes in their fantastic utopia than you can shake a stick at. But I'll keep it short.. They dismiss that everyone wants different things from life and has different goals. Not everyone wants to know about other countries and be creative. Some people actually want to do monotonous jobs and live a simple life. And they even talk about the struggle of light and dark when they talk about religions. Religions are a form of "zeitgeist" too. They were created because people needed them. The international corporations are a zeitgeist, the Zeitgeist movie is a zeitgeist. What's meant to happen will happen. But what these guys want is just one side of the coin (creation, vs creation/destruction). They want everyone to smile and be happy in sunny rays. WTF? Who wants that? Life is laughing and crying, starving and being full, being happy and being upset. What they dream about is Equilibrium (watch the film). Simply put - unattainable due to hard-wired laws of physics. Maaaayme attainable in the virtual existence which I mentioned earlier, but even then it will all be the same principles. Besides, the complete virtual world won't begin for like another 150 years (when did they say was the beginning of the new age?).

The Zeitgeist film is good - it's entertaining and has good ideas. But I'm afraid that in the modern world of information people will not follow these young Che Guevara/Vladimir Lenin wannabe social partisans.

They can of course prove me wrong! All they have to do is establish their system in a small country or an island and see if it works.... hmm, wait. Don't tell them I said that. They may actually use my idea and create another Cuba or something... Which wouldn't be too bad, it was all worth it because of the Buena Vista Social Club CD! But like I said - everyone wants different things. That's why countries exist and they get united in "empires" or "unions" from time to time but later they still break up and the cycle continues.

And the reason for their dreaming is because these geniuses are not "street smart". Both Lenin and Che came from wealthy families. They saw great poverty and injustice around them, so being highly compassionate intelligent beings they decided to help their fellow compatriots, and everyone on the planet too! (great dreamers dream on a great scale). Except they've never had to actually work for a living. It makes a big difference in the whole mindset of an individual. Man, I should know, I lived with a guy I considered a friend who blasted me for doing "evil capitalist business" in China. Yet he lived and studied all his life on his father's money (which were of course made by his father doing business in Europe so wtf?)

People make up excuses to make things that they know are wrong OK in their minds.

It's ok though, life wouldn't be interesting if everyone was perfect like me. Smile
But I'll tell y'all the secret of a happy life.

The secret is not in free stuff or comfortable life, it's in finding yourself. Whether you're a musician or a serial killer - be it. Find out what you really are and then be the best in it. Don't listen to your parents, reports of high competition in the field, scary stories of hardships and poor life. Life is not about having enough to eat - that's raw survival. Life is about life. You can study medicine for 20 years and if it's not you you'll still be a shitty doctor. You might become rich and you might even trick your patients and yourself into believing that you're actually good but [/i]you personally[/i] would never be genuinely happy.

Or maybe not. lol

EAT POO!
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 02, 2009 1:19 pm     Reply with quote
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Comrades! The kulak uprising in your five districts must be crushed without pity. The interests of the whole revolution demand such actions, for the final struggle with the kulaks have now begun. You must make an example of these people. (1) Hang (I mean hang publicly, so people can see it) at least 100 kulaks, rich bastards, and known bloodsuckers. (2) Publish their names. (3) Seize all their grain. (4) Single out the hostages per my instruction in yesterday's telegram. Do all this so that for miles around people can see it all, understand it, tremble, and tell themselves that we are killing the bloodthirsty kulaks and that we will continue to do so. Reply saying that you have received and carried out these instructions.

Yours, Lenin.

P.S. Find tougher people.


Thus, Lenin. There was little room for compassion in totalitarian communist ideology. Humans were raw material to be shaped into the perfect society, troublesome individuals to be thrown out like bad apples from a basket. (Or, if you asked the Khmer Rouge, you should just tip over the entire basket and hand-pick only the best.) Compassion and human emotion were weaknesses a revolutionary could not afford. In light of the teachings of the last century, I for one hope that when the next genius with a plan to save us all comes along, no-one listens.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 04, 2009 1:41 am     Reply with quote
[Shizo] wrote:

Actually, I HAVE found my soulmate about a month ago. But guess where she is now? In Sweden! And I don't know when/if I will see her again.



0_o ...

my ... uhmm

this girl im pining for ..

shes in sweden too....
im definitely gonna see her again.
just takes time.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 05, 2009 3:24 pm     Reply with quote
you should climb everest. I dont think you've done that yet.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 06, 2009 2:14 am     Reply with quote
Plant a tree.
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