Wednesday Jul 13, 2005

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Suicide, meth, workplace reprimands, friends-with-crushes drama, new love, great sex, relatives with appendix issues, friends with coke, a new favorite book, taking control of things while watching everyone else fall apart, painful dentist visits, angry Native Americans, drunk Native Americans, drunk Jews, crying Jews, accoustic music I used to hate, new friends, old drama with old friends coming up again sans any kind of shitty...
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hollygolightly:

you are just a spring chicken... i enjoyed your entry.

schadenfreude:

Yes yes! A flavorful entry. You're a good writer.

Booya indeed.

Monday Jun 20, 2005

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Drink beer.

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thrasher:

standard

erastella:

Reasonable advice.

Saturday Jun 04, 2005

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null[from the SG.Anarchy group forum. my thoughts, don't bite.]

I think that a major problem behind trying to put anarchy out to the public as a viable option, as a legitimate political and cultural backbone, lies in the ideals that back anarchy, in contrast to the inherit ideologies of our current educational system. Or maybe better put, some of our culture's...
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thrasher:



SGAZ OPEN EVENT F1 RACE FACTORY
Saturday July 16 @ 8:00 PM
visit website
VENUE:

F1 Race Factory
48th street & Washington
Phoenix AZ 85004
USA
DETAILS:

This is an open event, I'll be inviting all the people that want to be in SGAZ to come out and meet us.
This is an all ages event where everyone can find something to do.



Map & directions

F1 has pool tables, video games, food, drinks (even beers for us drunks), a rock climbing wall, and of course cart racing.
So come out watch us race or race your self. Meet some new folks hopefully. This should be a fun time for any and evryone. Broke or not broke, over 21 or under, so no excuses.
If you'd like to be in SGAZ please come out. Find me and let me know who you are.
smile

sxe_hardcore:

I can see where you are coming from, but comparing crime rate between America and a Bushmen tribe is a little unfair. America has Millions of people, a bushmen tribe has like upwards of 500(i'm assuming, it could be upwards of 1,000, I just don't know) the only fair way to compare would be to do it per capita, like percentage... cause saying that there are like 50 million fellons in the US and only 10 in Bushmen tribes is unfair. People don't break the law because it's the law, and if they are doing it for that reason they are stupid. If we were to just cleanse the gene pool.... jk....

Friday May 27, 2005

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My best friend's in Israel. Most of my other friends took off to Mexico. There are a couple cool people left in town, but for the most part my core group is gone for a while.

I guess I can still get into trouble on my own, though.

Suggestions needed. Even if it's the first thing that popped into your head and it...
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sxe_hardcore:

hey, you sound pretty freaking awesome, I like just about every movie and band you listed...lol, "semi-intelligent" conversations, why not "incredibly-intelligent" conversations...lol, ah well... so the only thing you don't have going for you is your height!(I'm an inch taller) aim me sometime... likeshisnipples

sxe_hardcore:

lol...true... and unfortunately that is the only song anyone knows of theirs... frown... but it's ok, I guess... www.dresdendolls.com do some research...lol... just giving you a hard time.

Sunday Mar 13, 2005

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I haven't been around for a while, so I'm going to do a nice big update, full of poignant moments and thoughtful introspection.


After three years of being a coprorate wage-slave, working under some real fucking vampires (and not in the cool sense), I finally quit. Last night was my last night. Now, I have an even better occupation: Unemployed College Student! I...
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Wednesday Feb 09, 2005

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What? Nine Inch Nails? Weezer? Bauhaus? Coldplay? The Universatile Music crew?

Oh.

I must be going to Coachella.


Hmm.


smile love wink eeek tongue biggrin blush puke puke puke ooo aaa
heartyou:

Jealous.

Friday Jan 21, 2005

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Sometimes you start off with an idea. Just one small idea that covers something really small. Love. Friends. Acceptance. Some little mini-ideology that everybody has to think about at some point, and some people write whole books about.
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But if you're not careful, that idea will take off. You piss one of them off, and all of the sudden your synapses revolt, and...
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theseeman:

I'm glad we can contiue the discussion. I have to admit I've been slipping closer to flaming. there was this idiot troll who- never mind.

I'm reposting this but I think it sort of casts a differnt light on the "they don't want us there arguement

Now the closest I've been to Iraq is the Aegean so I can't claim authority but I think they did greet use with open arms but then we stayed. they thought we would show up, fix everything and then poof they would ave a functioning goverment. I think both sides had unrealistic expectations. I do agree that the civilians in the DOD did not have a handle on what was needed though if we had brought the 4th mechinised division in through turkey it might have been a tiny bit differnt.

the people who are attacking us consits of four major groups
bathists/loyalists. people who have lost alot with saddam gone. I would also guess these are the people who made regualr iraqis disappear.
criminals and poltical groups. muqtada's guys and other religious mitlias along with the criminals saddam let out right before we invaded. the miltias or other groups pay people to make hits.
foreign fighters. active duty personel tell me there are alot of foriegn fighters in iraq. saudis, syrians, iranians, etc. young idealistic lets go fight a war types. a sort of islamic abraham lincoln brigade. red badge of courage fighting the great satan
people who have lost friends, family or property due to us military action. they may be working with other groups to get revenge or working alone. sometime passing along infomation is as deadly as a laying a bomb.

so the first three groups are jerks and the fourth group is very unfourtunate. but it is my belief that most iraqis, however unhappy they are about electricy and gas shortages( untilities are being attacked daily which causes or at least aggravates the shortages) they are glad to be rid of saddam.

so a long post and again I only hear about it from news and active duty people. btw active duty feelings about the war vary widely. I am very interested to read this generations post war writers.
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and while we continue to take casualties the insurgents are not kicking the shit out of us. that isn't even thier goal. the goal of any insurgency is to convince the enemy the fight isn't worth it. Vietnam, for example was fought just as much in the media coverage and public perception as it was in south east asia and in some ways more so.

when coalition forces find insurgents they kill them. we are better trained, equipped, and organised so all they have is cunning and bravery. check this out btw
http://www.avengerredsix.blogspot.com/

"Death is not the worst thing.

"Death is the end of the involvement of a person's potential for change in a society, so to existentialists and utilitarians alike, yes it is."

this is the most interesting part of your post for me beacuse I wholly disagree with you and I think you misunderstood what I was saying.

I'm saying that Death is not the worst thing in that in many cases it is better to die than: live on your knees, surrender, be dishonored, tortoured, betray your friends and comrades. I know this is romantic but I would rather die a heroic death saving people(who would no doubt die at a later date) than watch and do nothing.

and then in your response death is not the end of a person involvement in society nor is it the end of thier capacity to alter it for the better or worse. the person is no longer active but the words, deeds, and production live on.
both John Stuart Mills and Sarte continue to have a great effect on socities even though they are dead. and any existentialist or utilitarian worth thier salt would agree with me that Death is not the worst thing. Camus said "There is only one really serious philosophical question, and that is suicide. Deciding whether or not life is worth living is to answer the fundamental question in philosophy. All other questions follow from that." so if suicide is an option to chose that would mean the alternative would be worse.

I know this is a godaweful long post but I hope we can keep an exchange going. it is nice to meet someone who does not want to box.

theseeman:

I just found this Camus quote you might enjoy.

Men are never really willing to die except for the sake of freedom: therefore they do not believe in dying completely.