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2013-08-17 @ 16:41:46
“Kick rocks, pony boy!” Love that film
2013-08-14 @ 21:46:07
Some of these girls look underage….
2013-08-14 @ 21:35:55
I like how he criticizes commandment 10 for restricting thought, but in his second commandment says “do not ever even think.” Otherwise, I liked the video. Hitchens was always thought provoking as well as entertaining
2013-08-05 @ 15:48:55
2 reasons to visit NZ
1. Legal Psychedelics
2. Lord of the Rings
2013-07-31 @ 17:03:06
2013-07-27 @ 10:07:19
2013-06-25 @ 14:51:41
Loved his interview in Bowling for Columbine.
“I wouldn’t say a single word to them. I would listen to what they have to say, and that’s what no one did.”
2013-06-25 @ 08:23:08
This was probaby the best written piece I’ve read on this website. Stellar job my man! And I agree on all points. Psychedelics are therapies of the future
2013-03-12 @ 13:36:15
Fantastic summary of psychedelics and where they stand in our culture. Terence would be proud!
2013-03-07 @ 07:13:25
I’m guessing 5 is Neil DeGrasse Tyson?
2013-03-02 @ 14:46:05
Yes! I couldn’t agree more. I personally don’t believe in a god, but I am hesitant to use the label “atheist” to describe myself, simply because it usually implies a rejection of all other views. Unfortunately, Dawkins, Hitchens, and Harris (or the “New Atheists”) really have given us agnostics and atheists a bad name in blindly adhering to their perspective and shutting out all others. And the sad thing is, I see my atheist friends agreeing with them, condescendingly attacking theists. Its as if the Modern/Enlightenment belief that reason can find THE truth still sadly exists.
2013-02-28 @ 22:27:08
Every mindless fuck on FB posting those formulaic statuses really should see that
2013-02-20 @ 19:40:03
God, I love this movie
2013-01-11 @ 09:09:36
“Existence is random. Has no pattern save what we imagine after staring at it for too long. No meaning save what we choose to impose. This rudderless world is not shaped by vague metaphysical forces. It is not God who kills the children. Not fate that butchers them or destiny that feeds them to the dogs. It’s us. Only us.” – Rorschach (Watchmen)
I disagree. The universe does not leave clues for our “fate.” “Fate” is a myth. Rather we write our own narrative of our life upon the blank canvas provided by the universe. Do not search for clues to do next. Rather, one should weigh probable and possible outcomes.
Let me end by saying though, I love this website and the forum it provides to discuss these ideas.