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Zon-Kuthon

Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll's page

423 posts. Alias of Doodlebug Anklebiter.


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Non.


World Bank whistleblower exposes "Second Species" entrenched in world global elite, Vatican

In other news, I was interested in seeing Noah, too.


A Minute for Your Son


Jeepers Creepers: Semi-Star


11 French Travel Tips for Visiting America


Irontruth wrote:
For the gobbo

I appreciate the sentiment but there is no way I can favorite even a parody of that song.


You [redacted] hippie, Comrade Jeff.

Also,
God Is Love


Just Like Heaven


Didn't It Rain

Take Two


Didn't It Rain


I'm Going to Live the Life I Sing About In My Song

(Although, from what little I know about her, I'm not sure she did.)


I'm On My Way (Canaan Land)


Irontruth wrote:
Obligatory REM song

I am in high school, all of a sudden.

[Shudders]


How I Got Over


After some internet searching...

Kajehase wrote:
Tant-pis mon petit lutin.


Let the Church Roll On


Zizek on Ode to Joy


Kajehase wrote:
No, Fouquier-Tinville, Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll, it's all a lie. I have no idea how to speak French.
Quelle domage!

[Shakes head and points to ear]

I'm sorry, I have no idea what you're saying.


Ode to Joy


Zut alors!


1 person marked this as a favorite.

Down by the Riverside


Chemlak wrote:

they should be no different to France in all of those respects, even though we share a land border.

Vive le Auld Alliance!


No answer?!?


Man, I never thought I'd see the day when I favorited an ASiB post.


Downbound Train


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She Is Beyond Good and Evil


Sister Rosetta Tharpe


Can I never escape that pied noir brat?


Perusing this thread reminded me of an anecdote from a Bertrand Russell essay in Why I Am Not a Christian that, alas, I couldn't find.

Jist of it was: there was a debate in South Africa between the Flat Earth Society and a ship's capitain whose only argument about the shape of the earth was that he had sailed around it.

The Flat Earth Society speaker kicked his ass.


More Jesus
More Ramones


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BigNorseWolf wrote:
Quote:
Frankly, I think it bizarre that males (myself included, of course) feel entitled to an opinion.
how did I know that was coming next...

Yeah, I agree, that's pretty silly.

Well, moral philosophy means about as much to me as Andre Malraux's nail-clippings, but here's what I got:

There is no intrinsic value on human life. Oh, we like to pretend that there is, but then we place embargos on Iraq that result in the death of, oh, let's say a hundred thousand children. Or Obama goes on the teevee and cries about two dozen dead American children in Connecticut and then carries out the killings of hundreds of children in Somalia, Yemen, etc., ad nauseam.

To borrow a concept from my friend/nemesis, Al, the only value there is to human life is that which we put on it. So, yes, drawing the line between "inside the mother"/"outside the mother" is scientifically and "morally" arbitrary.

It seems to me if we have to draw the line arbitrarily, than we should draw it where it does the least harm. Forcing women to bear children that they don't want and all of the ramifications that that entails both for the life of the mother, the unwanted child, society, etc., seems to be a much greater "evil" than the, admitted, violence done to the fetus which, indeed, is human life.

But, as I've said before, I stopped reading philosophy when I was a teenager. Hell is--other posters!


Jesus Was a Cross Maker


The Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet


He's right, though, Jezebel is a pretty name.


Hitdice wrote:
Given the number of people named Christian out there, I always thought I'd like to name my (hypothetical) daughter Pagan. "Pagan Atheista Dice." It just rolls of the tongue, doesn't it?

May I suggest "Pagana?"

Btw, my hetero life partner wants to name his hypothetical daughter "Jezebel." I told him that was a very bad idea, but he said "It sounds pretty."

Also, Walk in Jerusalem


Back to the tunez...

Allah Wakbar

Stolen from Limeylongears.


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Pat Robertson implores creationist Ken Ham to shut up: ‘Let’s not make a joke of ourselves’

Title kinda says it all, huh?


Lord Snow wrote:
If this one amused you, you might really, really want to check out Tim Minchin. Let me give you a good place to start

Hmm. Thank you for the links, but, for the sake of clarity, Hank's masterpiece doesn't amuse me, it moves me to my core. Despite never having seen the light. Well, not that particular light, anyway.

Country Music Three-Fer; I'll Get to Gospel Later

The Louvin Brothers
The Flying Burrito Brothers
Wilco


(If, in fact, this is going to be a CRD II, I shall change my hat)

I Saw the Light

As an irreconcilable atheist, this song makes me bawl my eyes out.

Saw Willie Nelson do in Boston about a decade ago, went home and blew some rails with my nihilist friend. Talk about seeing the light!


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My atheist Arab terrorist friend once told me that of all the world's religions, only Buddhism started out with something that is true: All life is suffering. He further went on to say that Buddhism quickly degenerated truth-wise after that first statement, but it was a start.


And since we've been talking about high-falutin' philosophical concepts like, um, I forget, I figured I'd post something from the Socialist Meme Caucus.

Vive le Galt!


Kajehase wrote:
On the 13th of January, 1898, Émile Zola published his open letter to Félix Faure, President of the French Republic, in the newspaper L'Aurore - accusing the French government of anti-semitism and the wrongful incarceration of Alfred Dreyfus.

J'Accuse!


Heathansson wrote:

Oh yeah. And Sartre Vs. Camus is like Wing Chun vs. MMA. No chance whatsoever.

I'm not really sure what Wing Chun or MMA are, but I suspect that they are bloodsports.

If so, I'd like to point out that when I came under fire after WWII for not having written more against the Nazis, dear Al (this, of course, was before our split over Communism) defended me, saying that I was a "resister who resisted, not a resister who wrote."

Hell is--other posters!

Vive le Galt!


Btw, and for the record:

Although Citizen Quest has called my bluff on the Latin, and a lot of these posts are flying over my head, I did pick up on what Citizens Guest and K(e)rensky said about some of the, um, epistemological?, cisstructuralist?, flaws in Critical Race theory and in the future will attempt to assess their arguments on their own merits.

I, of course, am critical of postmodernism because it is anti-Marxist.

Vive le Galt!


So, there's a Noah coming out and, later, it looks like Ridley Scott is dressing up Christian Bale as Moses.

Then there was another thread about The Ten Commandments prominently displayed in American courthouses and the awesome cineaste connection there.

And then there's the fact that I'm in the middle of the Book of Psalms which isn't very exciting going and next is the Book of Proverbs which looks even worse.

So, I've decided to enliven my Bible reading by watching Old Testament flicks.

If anyone has any particular favorites, I'm all ears.


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What I always wondered was why they just didn't use those forty-five minutes of enforced silence that we had at least from middle school up. IIRC, it was called "study hall."


Kirth Gersen wrote:
Kryzbyn wrote:
Prayer is kind of a non-issue. Offer up a few moments of silence for people to pray or not as they will.
When I taught high school in VA, we had a daily "minute of silence." I loved it; it was the only quiet minute I got all day. The agnostic kids were fine with it, because they could sit and think. A very few religious kids liked it, because it gave them some time to pray silently. Most of the Christian (read: Baptist) community HATED it, though, because the "silence" part meant they weren't allowed to have mandatory group prayer or aggressive in-your-face pray-a-thons. So instead, they formed clubs and blocked the hallways before school so they could make a properly loud spectacle of their supposed "faith."

When I was a junior in high school, the Christian Coalition got elected on a sleeper campaign to my town's School Board and, along with a bunch of other bullshiznit (no "positive depiction of homosexuality," no discussion of communism, etc., etc.) they also put in a moment of silence which was understood by the whole community, pro- and con-, as smuggling in school prayer.

They were booted out the next year.

I don't know how many Baptists were in our town, though.


Jean-Pierre Melville's Le Samourai

and accompanying filmsnob article.

Jean-Luc Godard's One Plus One

which is a hell of a lot weirder than I had been anticipating.

Also, a couple of filmsnobby articles about Jacques Demy's Umbrellas

and an article about Woody Allen comic strips.


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Rysky wrote:
In the same way that I graduated College after being born.

Excellent point.

[Bows]

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