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    Default Stupidity is the least of their problems.

    The main thing that's changed since I started to develop F is that all those things which seemed irrational and "stupid" are now justified in principle by F, but now judged underdeveloped and extremely vulgar in their execution.

    Take religion. Yeah of course even a child knows there's no granddaddy in the sky watching down on you, but people FeEl a need for spirituality so they believe it. But this is just vulgar. It's stunted spiritual growth. It's worshipping a golden cow or the hunga bunga mountain god. If you tell them you're an atheist they think you're not spiritual, you care only of material things, blah blah. How about having a definition of good and evil, how about developing an objective morality system, how about reading up on the defensibility of moral utilitarianism in an unbounded universe, how about trying to get investors to finance antiaging research when aging kills 100,000 people a day. No, that does not count, if one doesn't believe in your voodoo s**t they're not spiritual. Ok then. Where's my doll??

    Yesterday I was walking on a street in China and a big sharp heavy rusty metal piece fell on a girl who bent down in pain and started bleeding profusely. 20 people watching and doing nothing, I'm the only one to try to tell them to call an ambulance or a doctor. They're just freaking paralyzed and asking her if she's ok to pretend they care, when of course she's not ok and you can see a wound on her foot an inch deep and she's bent down just pushing her foot to keep it together her face twisted in pain and saying nothing, just screaming. Of course she's ok she's having a great time!

    More and more people stop, just to watch not to do anything to help her. Eventually I have to walk to the nearest bus station to get someone to call 911 because the orange faced monkey 1$ a day workers and the stupid bystanders won't move a finger.

    Stupid, dirty, dirty monkeys keep making me sick, they are so f***ing evil and vulgar that stupidity is really the LEAST of their problems!!! They've got a looooong path to self development before they finally get down to the "fix stupidity" item.

    Hope all the fat chicks on antidepressants with "jesus loves you" stickers on their car bumper, all the walmart mommies smoking 3 packs a day, and more categories of people added each day, all fall off the grand canyon and go straight to hell!

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    I have no idea what you're talking about.

    So, instead, here's the lyrics to a hot Pet Shop Boys track:



    "West End Girls"

    (....forever)

    Sometimes you're better off dead
    There's gun in your hand and it's pointing at your head
    You think you're mad, too unstable
    Kicking in chairs and knocking down tables
    In a restaurant in a West End town
    Call the police, there's a madman around
    Running down underground to a dive bar
    In a West End town

    In a West End town, a dead end world
    The East End boys and West End girls
    In a West End town, a dead end world
    The East End boys and West End girls
    West End girls

    Too many shadows, whispering voices
    Faces on posters, too many choices
    If, when, why, what?
    How much have you got?
    Have you got it, do you get it, if so, how often?
    And which do you choose, a hard or soft option?
    (How much do you need?)

    In a West End town, a dead end world
    The East End boys and West End girls
    In a West End town, a dead end world
    The East End boys and West End girls
    West End girls
    West End girls

    (How much do you need?)

    In a West End town, a dead end world
    The East End boys and West End girls
    Oooh West End town, a dead end world
    East End boys, West End Girls
    West End girls

    You've got a heart of glass or a heart of stone
    Just you wait 'til I get you home
    We've got no future, we've got no past
    Here today, built to last
    In every city, in every nation
    From Lake Geneva to the Finland station
    (How far have you been?)

    In a West End town, a dead end world
    The East End boys and West End girls
    A West End town, a dead end world
    East End Boys, West End girls
    West End girls

    West End girls

    West End girls
    (How far have you been?)

    Girls
    East End boys
    And West End girls
    And West End girls
    (... forever)
    And West End girls
    (How far have you been?)

    East End boys
    The West End girls
    The West End boys
    And West End girls

    The West End girls
    The West End boys
    The West End girls

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    Odd that you mention this. Check out the song Right In Two, by Tool. I've been listening to it all day. I understand.
    What is normal to one, is incomprehensible to another.

    ALL anger in this world stems from a lack of control.


    All of reality bows to the illusion of life and death.

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    1: Yay rants!

    2: I like to call this the "we have to do something!" principle.

    It does not seem to matter how effective or useful that something is, so long as it makes you feel good, because you feel like you have helped. Actually thinking something through requires effort, so it is easier to just, as you say
    ask her if she's ok to pretend they care
    And yes, it can be very annoying.

    The only solution I can think of beyond sterilization is to just ignore them.

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    Here's The lyrics:
    Angels on the sideline,
    puzzled and amused.
    Why did Father give these humans free will?
    Now they're all confused.

    Don't these talking monkeys know that Eden
    has enough to go around?
    Plenty in this holy garden.
    Silly monkeys,
    where there's one you're bound to divide it,
    right in two.

    Angels on the sideline,
    baffled and confused.
    Father blessed them all with reason
    and this is what they choose?

    Monkey killing monkey killing monkey
    over pieces of the ground.
    Silly monkeys,
    give them thumbs they forge a blade
    and where there's one they're bound to divide it,
    right in two.

    Monkey killing monkey killing monkey
    over pieces of the ground.
    Silly monkeys,
    give them thumbs they make a club
    and beat their brother down.

    How they survive so misguided is a mystery.
    Repugnant is a creature who would squander the ability
    to live tonight in heaven,
    conscious of his fleeting time here.

    Cutting it all, right in two.
    Cutting it all, right in two.
    Cutting it all, right in two.
    Cutting it all, right in two.

    Fight over ground, over earth, over sky.
    They fight over life, over blood, over air and light,
    over love, over some, over none.
    They fight or they die, Over what?
    Over writing!

    Angels on the sideline again,
    Benched along with patience and reason.
    Angels on the sideline again,
    Wondering where this tug of war will end.

    Cutting it all, right in two.
    Cutting it all, right in two.
    Cutting it all, right in two.
    Right in two!

    Right in two.
    What is normal to one, is incomprehensible to another.

    ALL anger in this world stems from a lack of control.


    All of reality bows to the illusion of life and death.

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    i totally know what you mean tho and cannot stand the hypocrisy that many "religious" people demonstrate...or just apathy from people in general... the let somebody else do it mentality..
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
    -Jim Morrison

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    I did not understand this, so I am to go long with it. No offence. Since I'm not of English origin it sometimes feels as if I'm reading binary code.

    I'm not religious though.

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    he needs to get laid. that's all i can figure out.

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    I totally don't understand most of that.

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    what are you guys talking about you don't understand?
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
    -Jim Morrison

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