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This place looks like an abyss.


You're all dead to me.


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Comrade Anklebiter wrote:
thejeff wrote:

I've suggested a few times asking the women in your life about this topic. Maybe point them to Rebecca Watson's original video blog post. Not so much the Dawkins stuff or even this thread.

Because really, a bunch of men debating whether a woman has the right to feel threatened or whether she overreacted is pretty the problem right there.

I've asked a couple of the women in my life and most of them responded, "why would I want to be in the same movement with Christopher Hitchens? That war pig f&~$."

Q: What does Hitchens and God have in common?

A: They're dead! #infernalphilosopherjoke

Ha-HAW!


Human, all too human.

Called it, you hoi polloi!


I've seen monsters in an abyss. And I've seen timecube.

Give me the monsters any day.

But hands off my Cosima. I'll stab you.


<pushes the kobold into the abyss to satiate the monsters within>


I navigated deep into an abyss. It was less harrowing than this domicile.


Invisible Kierkegaard wrote:
Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:
Fiendish Wilhelm Nietzsche wrote:
Burgomeister of Troll Town wrote:
Pfft. Everyone knows Tokien ripped off Wagner.

That Wagner. Er fraß Hitlers Nüsse. Scheindhund! He stole meine Liebe Cosima.

*sniffle*

What, are we not happy, Elizabeth?
His existential angst at the death of God makes joy impossible.

What? Did I hear something? I can't see Søren. Invisible. Just like his unattributed existentialism.

Despite all your silly criticism of my magnum opus, if it weren't for me swinging the way with the hammer, you would've never have been given the title of the father of existentialism by sparring with me. Without me, you are nihil.

Ponder that, Søren. <bops on head with hammer> Ooh. Missed. Not surprised. Because he ain't there! HAW-HA!


Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:
Fiendish Wilhelm Nietzsche wrote:
Burgomeister of Troll Town wrote:
Pfft. Everyone knows Tokien ripped off Wagner.

That Wagner. Er fraß Hitlers Nüsse. Scheindhund! He stole meine Liebe Cosima.

*sniffle*

What, are we not happy, Elizabeth?

Nein, Simone.


Invisible Kierkegaard wrote:

Oh, yeah, sauerkraut-breath? Did you or did you not say this: "After coming into contact with a religious man I always feel I must wash my hands."

You clearly are a very conflicted little proto-Nazi, and your "philosophy" is rife with an abundant exclusion of metaphysics!

Lies. My sister whored my works. She's a philosophical prostituting redacting harpy. Anyone who paints me with a wide brush with those antisemitics have a huge mote in their eyes. And their fashion sense is suspect, too.

Søren, Søren, Søren ... unlike myself who swung boldly with the hammer, you hid behind pseudonyms in your earlier works. Your invisibility suits you. Your subjectivity to your objectivity is suspect. "People understand me so little that they do not even understand when I complain of being misunderstood."

Well, you are invisible. It adds to the incomprehensibility. Look how that's working out for the apologists here.

I prefer to be blunt. Like a hammer. Stop searching and start swinging! It's time to get my bacchanalia on like it's 1899. WHOOP WHOOP!


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Burgomeister of Troll Town wrote:
Pfft. Everyone knows Tokien ripped off Wagner.

That Wagner. Er fraß Hitlers Nüsse. Scheindhund! He stole meine Liebe Cosima.

*sniffle*


Invisible Kierkegaard wrote:
Fiendish Wilhelm Nietzsche wrote:
I'll show you fear and trembling, Søren. By the time I'm through with you, I'll convert you from being an exist-entialist to an exit-entialist. I have a layer of the abyss well suited for your rhetoric. The only thing agape you'll be writing discourses on is the one that my hammer will leave in your maw. Schweinhund!

My, aren't you just the Übermensch?

You're all bark, schnauzer-boy. You can't swing a dachsund, let alone a hammer. Thor you ain't!

I'll brow beat you with my book; tit for tat. You remind me of meine Schwester, Elizabeth. Hündinnen bekommen Stiche.


Invisible Kierkegaard wrote:
Fiendish Wilhelm Nietzsche wrote:
Don't you look at me that way either, Sartre. I doubt you could even connect on a swing, you cross-eyed croissant.
Leave J.P. alone, you bullying power freak, or I'll bean ya with this danish.

I'll show you fear and trembling, Søren. By the time I'm through with you, I'll convert you from being an exist-entialist to an exit-entialist. I have a layer of the abyss well suited for your rhetoric. The only thing agape you'll be writing discourses on is the one that my hammer will leave in your maw. Schweinhund!


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Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:

My apologies, Christians.

I try to be respectful of other people's beliefs, but, the truth is, if I see God, I'm taking a swing. I'd buy Jesus a beer, though.

But if I see a guy claiming to be Buddha by the side of the road taking a siesta under a bodhi tree, I'm going to hit him with my hammer.

I'm not worried about the karma fallout. I'm confident it isn't him.

Don't you look at me that way either, Sartre. I doubt you could even connect on a swing, you cross-eyed croissant.


Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:
I still maintain that if I am incorrect, and there is a God, I'm going to punch Him in the face.

I'll philosophize you with a hammer, you French hack.

After I see about what's going on with this mare in Turin.


Letting nature take its course and nurture your death, you French hack.


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I'm afraid I have some bad news, Godingo ...


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Jean-Paul Sartre, Intrnet Troll wrote:
I can't believe I've never seen the Fiendish Nietzsche avatar before!

I'd tell you to remove your goggles and look more closely, but you can't even see straight to begin with, you French hack.


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To the abyss with you, Sartre.


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I stared into the Abyss. What I got staring back at me was Timecube.

Everything's a remix, indeed.

If you believe that, I have a horse in Turin I'd like to sell you.


Utter nihilism and gratuitous BttH. And lots of horse play.


Hef Ing More-Ahn wrote:
I don't believe in good and evil.

You must go beyond it. Although, I suspect you lack substance to become Übermensch. C'est la vie.


Self esteem issues? Crush them under the weight of a hammer.


When you stare into the time cube, the time cube stares back at you.


*swings hammer wildly*


Take that, Abyss! And THAT! *swings hammer*


I HAZ HAMMER! I STRIKE UR IDOLZ DOWN!


Professor Higgins wrote:
Fiendish Wilhelm Nietzsche wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Damn, I just lost the internet. I feel badly for those who don't know me well enough to know the score. They might lose confidence in me.
When I was speaking about staring into the Abyss and having it stare back at you, I meant the Internet.
It's impolite to stare.

Touché. I compare it to a train wreck.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Damn, I just lost the internet. I feel badly for those who don't know me well enough to know the score. They might lose confidence in me.

When I was speaking about staring into the Abyss and having it stare back at you, I meant the Internet.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Fiendish Wilhelm Nietzsche wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
It's just like Scholastic philosophy/theology: It's all about making fine distinctions...
Bah! I take sledgehammer against your fine distinctions!
You're welcome to your madness.

I'd sooner settle for Cosima.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
It's just like Scholastic philosophy/theology: It's all about making fine distinctions...

Bah! I take sledgehammer against your fine distinctions!


Twin Agate Dragons wrote:

Cripe it's dark in here.

turns on a floodlight

In the abyss, staring back at you ... is a train. a bullet train.


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Wish it would rain here.

Same here. Lawn's looking thirsty, but the water bill usage is outrageous out here. It is $45 minimum even if I don't even use water for a whole month.

Yeah, but then you'd be dead.

Urizen? Dead? I did not foresee this.


Moorluck wrote:

Dear God in Heaven, Uri, Flash and Myself are all on at once?

Poor servers.

God? Not quite.


Crimson Jester wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
OMG reading Stupid story
I want to make sure I understand correctly. When someone does not understand the basic relevance of good and evil, they are psychotic right?

Or they're beyond. Plebes.


Dr. Double Honors, Ph.D. wrote:
Sure: I'm a real doctor. A philosopher, not a physician. And sometimes, you got philosophize with a hammer, baby.

I approve of this.


...so it wasn't the abyss that was staring back at me.


Bear on a Unicycle wrote:
Fiendish Wilhelm Nietzsche wrote:
Bear on a Unicycle wrote:
Didn't you go insane in the end?
There's a fine line between insanity and genius. I just happened to erase that line.
You always did seem like the kind of guy to erase lines. The ubermensch isn't limited by traditional morality... or sanity it seems.

Of course not. Der Ubermensch is above and beyond such trifles.


Bear on a Unicycle wrote:
Didn't you go insane in the end?

There's a fine line between insanity and genius. I just happened to erase that line.


Dr. Double Honors, Ph.D. wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
... boring.

Oh no! You just punched a button of mine!

BORING?!? Who the hell says? Your boredom is boring!

Seriously, though, have you ever read Chesterton?

Hack!


Mental asylums are vastly underrated, reasonably speaking.


The Sax Man wrote:
Anyone seen Urizen lately?

Define 'seen'.


I HAVE STICKS THROUGH MY HEAD! wrote:
Fiendish Wilhelm Nietzsche wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Isn't it peaceful when Urizen is busy?
Tranquil.
Hey Nietzsche, sanity left a message saying something about finding a real ubermensch...

...says the mensch with the sticks through his head...


Celestial Healer wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Isn't it peaceful when Urizen is busy?

I've certainly been less agitated.

...

He doesn't read up on all the missed posts, does he?

I believe he does.


Treppa wrote:
Isn't it peaceful when Urizen is busy?

Tranquil.


<flutters around the room>


Dionysios wrote:
Fiendish Wilhelm Nietzsche wrote:
As I stared into the abyss, I saw a gish stare back at me. He said my god was dead. I weeped into my hands. No, my beloved Dionysus. No!
Get a grip: tear the gish to pieces as a sacrifice to me.

...but...the...but....the horse said you were dead. I'm never going to Turin again.


As I stared into the abyss, I saw a gish stare back at me. He said my god was dead. I weeped into my hands. No, my beloved Dionysus. No!


I have stared into the Abyss, and in returned stared back at me were two drow causing mass drowstruction.


Abysmal, I say. Abysmal.

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