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Re: [email protected]

Postby Urwrongx1000 » Wed Dec 11, 2019 12:51 am

In my Advanced Freedom thread, I quickly realized and discovered, that most 'Western' people promoting or claiming to value "Freedom", don't really do so. At least, their (per)version of freedom is abstract. Linking to your idea of innocence, Western "freedom", commonly used, is a double-standard, meaning "free for me and mind, but not you and yours". Furthermore, I don't believe in "Free", except that any and all freedoms have a cost. One person's freedom comes at the restriction of another's. I then pressed the individuals in the Advanced Freedom thread to demonstrate otherwise, or give evidence for any type of freedom that "lifts all boats". Nobody could answer this.

So within this context, Aegean, do you believe that there is a Slave-Master component in genealogy.

Are some people 'born' to be(come) "free"? And most others, simply are not, the 'slave-caste'? Is it genetic?
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Postby Aegean » Wed Dec 11, 2019 12:37 pm

Urwrongx1000 wrote:In my Advanced Freedom thread, I quickly realized and discovered, that most 'Western' people promoting or claiming to value "Freedom", don't really do so. At least, their (per)version of freedom is abstract.
If Sartre was correct about anything then it was man's fear of freedom.
To be aware that your every choice, and action, conscious or not, participates in the determination of your future is a terrifying idea to accept.

Urwrongx1000 wrote: Linking to your idea of innocence, Western "freedom", commonly used, is a double-standard, meaning "free for me and mind, but not you and yours". Furthermore, I don't believe in "Free", except that any and all freedoms have a cost. One person's freedom comes at the restriction of another's. I then pressed the individuals in the Advanced Freedom thread to demonstrate otherwise, or give evidence for any type of freedom that "lifts all boats". Nobody could answer this.
Freedom, properly defined, is expressed as choice. Choice is based no judgment, awareness, which makes the quality of the individual an important component in the coming to a choice and which choice is made.
Freedom defined in absolute terms is a method of discrediting and defining it out of existence. It is the either/or strategy of the nihilistic defence.
It ought to be absolute or it must be nil.

Urwrongx1000 wrote: So within this context, Aegean, do you believe that there is a Slave-Master component in genealogy.
Definitely.
Psychological traits, like physical ones, are inherited as potential.
Memes are gene specific, even if they can also be transferred to other genetic groups, just as the Caucasian genes can be mixed with Negros genes, when genetic isolation has not been long enough to produce a permanent rift preventing such resynthesizing.
A meme is the product of a relationship, between a specific genetic group, and a specific environment, over a specific period of space/time.
Language is the externalized expression of this relationship.
The form of the language, the parts of the throat and face it uses to form sounds, the shapes of its lettering, are all the product of this relationship, carrying with it a particular attitude, demeanour, world-view.

Some tribes, due to historical circumstances have a higher potential to be attracted to slavishness and victimhood.
Just as DNA establishes potentials, so too does a meme, replicated linguistically, carry potentials from mind to mind.

DNA uses a four-code system (TCAG) to produce a three-dimensional organism - body/nervous system/mind.
Reason/Will/Passion
Memes are based no a binary - 1/0 - producing a triangulation, i.e., subjective (interpretation)/motive-movement (momentum)-objective (intent)

Urwrongx1000 wrote: Are some people 'born' to be(come) "free"? And most others, simply are not, the 'slave-caste'? Is it genetic?

Evolution does not limit itself to the physical - body - but also determines the inherited potentials for psychologies, demeanours, attitudes.
Just as we inherit the potential for height, muscle and skeletal structure, pigmentation etc. we also inherit the potential for specific reactions to reality.
Slavishness, victimhood, herd psychology can be cultivated in all tribes and individuals, but it comes naturally to some, due to their genetics, and not so easily in others.

Nature is about inherited potentials and nurture is about how much of it will be cultivated or left to atrophy.
Victim psychology is an inherited potential which can be cultivated and inherited as a higher potential in some tribes and a lower one in others.
Semitic tribes show a high potential towards it.
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Postby Aegean » Wed Dec 11, 2019 12:46 pm

It's not accidental that Semitic tribes developed victimhood as their identifier and that this when transferred to other tribes - such as Europeans - was terraformed.
Genes also mutate with every replication and synthesis.
Judaism became Christianity and islam; Hellenism splintered Judaism into three, the orthodox, the social and the political, i.e., Orthodox/Zionism/Marxism.
An example of cross-contamination.

Jesus is an interesting symbol of conflicting memes. Doesn't matter if he was a real historical figure, or a synthesis of multiple figures, or entirely fictional. He represents this Aryan/Jewish synthesis that could not survive as a tangible, real being, because the two memes are so antithetical, but had to die, as a reality to be reborn as an ideology where the incompatible is covered by obscurantism and occultism.
The story of Jesus is a story of infestation, converting the incompatible into a nonsensical mystification to conceal this incompatibility.
Jesus is crucifies as a schizophrenic - see Biblical narratives of how he is confronted by inner demons - to be born as purified idea. the only way the incompatible and contradicting can be synthesized.
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Postby Aegean » Fri Dec 13, 2019 11:34 am

It's interesting...
by today's snowflake, menorah, standards the ancient Greeks were the equivalent, if not worse, than Nazis.
Spartans in particular, but even the much lauded Athenians had slaves, did not allow their women to vote, and did not even have democracy for most of their history, but had a system Henson named Timocracy.

We should keep this in mind every time a moron claims to be a Hellenophile.
Like with most of the opinions of men-children their opinions are based no an idealization of reality.
They either demonize what they dislike and what threatens their delusions, or they sanctify selectively and arbitrarily.
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Postby Aegean » Fri Dec 13, 2019 11:36 am

What empties a sanitarium is when a doctor enters carrying with him their medications.
They scatter and disappear.
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Re: [email protected]

Postby promethean75 » Fri Dec 13, 2019 4:31 pm

*face palm*

jesus christ dude you don't ever say that. if you think people aren't interacting with you because you've won some kind of argument, you don't announce this. you just remain silent. here's why. it may be that people think you're a douche-rocket and don't want to bother with you. see you can't be sure they believe you've actually won anything... and if you take the risk of declaring this publicly, and happen to be wrong, you double how silly you look in their eyes. this is terrible for forum PR. you should know all this, man. how long have you been doing this? twenty years now?

jesus. look, ask carleas to delete that post and hope it isn't too late.
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Postby Aegean » Fri Dec 13, 2019 4:34 pm

Ha!!!
I simply stated that when the doctor enters the sanitarium the crazies go running for their rooms.

So much need to participate in this place.
Are you institutionalized?

Or are you trying to draw attention to the insinuations to rid yourself of me?
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Postby Aegean » Fri Dec 13, 2019 4:38 pm

But, I'm sure, you're "innocent" of any ulterior motives, and you are trying to help me be more humble.
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Re: [email protected]

Postby MagsJ » Fri Dec 13, 2019 4:56 pm

I had a run-in with the ILP humble-police, telling me I should be humble.. if there was a need, it would have been instinctual, and therefore out of one’s hands, but there was no need.. because it didn’t happen.

When we know Thyselves. ;)
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I haven't got the time to spend the time reading something that is telling me nothing, as I will never be able to get back that time, and I may need it for something at some point in time. Wait! What?

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Re: [email protected]

Postby Aegean » Fri Dec 13, 2019 5:17 pm

MagsJ wrote:I had a run-in with the ILP humble-police, telling me I should be humble.. if there was a need, it would have been instinctual, and therefore out of one’s hands, but there was no need.. because it didn’t happen.

When we know Thyselves. ;)

Brian and I know, that he is better and smarter than me, so he corrects my many mistakes.

I was not aware of the strict rules governing this place. I've watched for a while and all sorts of insults and bragging, and absurd claims have been made...but Brian knows that this only applies selectively. I had no idea a simple insinuation, without insults, was going to get me banned.

He wanted to draw attention to it. For my own good.

Can't know what know thyselvers...means.
I know know thyself and what it means, though.
Are all you people wierdoes?

Is imitation against the rules?
What about breathing?
Are typos enough to get you red-flagged?

I know Mowk is ILPs language police, but I've heard all sort of profane insults being thrown around with no apparent consequences. Is this regional, or seasonal.
Are North Americans permitted but not Europeans or is it only during summer but not winter?
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Re: [email protected]

Postby MagsJ » Fri Dec 13, 2019 6:10 pm

Aegean wrote:Brian and I know, that he is better and smarter than me, so he corrects my many mistakes.

I was not aware of the strict rules governing this place. I've watched for a while and all sorts of insults and bragging, and absurd claims have been made...but Brian knows that this only applies selectively. I had no idea a simple insinuation, without insults, was going to get me banned.

He wanted to draw attention to it. For my own good.

Can't know what know thyselvers...means. Christmas
I know know thyself and what it means, though.
Are all you people wierdoes?

Know thyselves.. a plural of the singular, know thyself.. Is that a faux pas? #-o

You tell me/us.. as you’re the one doing the observing. Are we all weird, here, at ILP?

Is imitation against the rules?
What about breathing?
Are typos enough to get you red-flagged?

..it’s a bit more relaxed than that here.. if it weren’t, you’d be banned, what with all the typos you are currently accruing. Spellchecker not working for ya? Mine lets me down far too much, to be too reliant on.

I know Mowk is ILPs language police, but I've heard all sort of profane insults being thrown around with no apparent consequences. Is this regional, or seasonal.
Are North Americans permitted but not Europeans or is it only during summer but not winter?

I don’t think about it/things from that angle, but prefer to observe.. it’s an entertaining spot to sit.
The possibility of anything we can imagine existing is endless and infinite

I haven't got the time to spend the time reading something that is telling me nothing, as I will never be able to get back that time, and I may need it for something at some point in time. Wait! What?

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Re: [email protected]

Postby Aegean » Fri Dec 13, 2019 6:32 pm

MagsJ wrote:Know thyselves.. a plural of the singular, know thyself.. Is that a faux pas? #-o
I know that much. I just don't understand how it applies in this case.
My 80 IQ, prohibits me from going too far into ideas.

MagsJ wrote:You tell me/us.. as you’re the one doing the observing. Are we all weird, here, at ILP?
Actually, in this day and age you are perfect reflection of the average western mindset.
A microcosm of a macrocosm.

MagsJ wrote:..it’s a bit more relaxed than that here.. if it weren’t, you’d be banned, what with all the typos you are currently accruing. Spellchecker not working for ya? Mine lets me down far too much, to be too reliant on.
I'm nervous, as you may understand. Being around so many geniuses, messiah's prophets, world-altering minds, Mensa members, all in one place, is intimidating.
My hands shake....as I type this.
The high intellectual standards ILP is known for, across the internets, have already been made obvious to me.

I am told CIA and Chinese intellectuals and think-tanks are observing and shaping their world-strategies.
A responsibility you guys bear with admirable grace and humility.

MagsJ wrote:I don’t think about it/things from that angle, but prefer to observe.. it’s an entertaining spot to sit.
So do I!! How wonderful. A connection.
Let's se who sees more stuff.
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Postby MagsJ » Fri Dec 13, 2019 10:19 pm

Aegean wrote:
MagsJ wrote:Know thyselves.. a plural of the singular, know thyself.. Is that a faux pas? #-o
I know that much. I just don't understand how it applies in this case.
My 80 IQ, prohibits me from going too far into ideas.

Lol.. then try.

MagsJ wrote:You tell me/us.. as you’re the one doing the observing. Are we all weird, here, at ILP?
Actually, in this day and age you are perfect reflection of the average western mindset.
A microcosm of a macrocosm.

Ah cool, that’s good to know.. and you? what is your mindset, temperament, and ethos?

MagsJ wrote:..it’s a bit more relaxed than that here.. if it weren’t, you’d be banned, what with all the typos you are currently accruing. Spellchecker not working for ya? Mine lets me down far too much, to be too reliant on.
I'm nervous, as you may understand. Being around so many geniuses, messiah's prophets, world-altering minds, Mensa members, all in one place, is intimidating.
My hands shake....as I type this.
The high intellectual standards ILP is known for, across the internets, have already been made obvious to me.

Yeah, there’s no copying and pasting reams of text here, and submitting it alone for discussion and argument. Nah!

You may be jesting, but discourse is good and shallowness of topic shunned here, and there’s no agreeing to disagree.. but then one has to put a very good argument forward, if one doesn’t want to agree to disagree.

I am told CIA and Chinese intellectuals and think-tanks are observing and shaping their world-strategies.
A responsibility you guys bear with admirable grace and humility.

Thanks. :)

MagsJ wrote:I don’t think about it/things from that angle, but prefer to observe.. it’s an entertaining spot to sit.
So do I!! How wonderful. A connection.
Let's se who sees more stuff.

:oops: I didn’t mean to connect.

I went to the shops earlier and saw bear stuff.. you? what did your big-baby-browns see? whom else’s eyes did your eyes engage with? Were they beautiful scenes to behold? they’re always the best.
The possibility of anything we can imagine existing is endless and infinite

I haven't got the time to spend the time reading something that is telling me nothing, as I will never be able to get back that time, and I may need it for something at some point in time. Wait! What?

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Postby Aegean » Fri Dec 13, 2019 11:13 pm

MagsJ wrote:Lol.. then try.
I will ma'am. Thanks ma'am.

MagsJ wrote:Ah cool, that’s good to know.. and you? what is your mindset, temperament, and ethos?
Me?
I'm outis.
Nothing more to me than that.
I am a mirror.
I'm lost at sea looking for Ithaca.

MagsJ wrote:Yeah, there’s no copying and pasting reams of text here, and submitting it alone for discussion and argument. Nah!

You may be jesting, but discourse is good and shallowness of topic shunned here, and there’s no agreeing to disagree.. but then one has to put a very good argument forward, if one doesn’t want to agree to disagree.
It's intimidating to know there are individuals here who are influencing world politics and world strategies or who are ancient souls that noce met Jesus, or that have soled everything or have reached the end of philosophy and know there's nowhere to go from this pinnacle of human brilliance.

MagsJ wrote::oops: I didn’t mean to connect.

I went to the shops earlier and saw bear stuff.. you? what did your big-baby-browns see? whom else’s eyes did your eyes engage with? Were they beautiful scenes to behold? they’re always the best.
Let's see....my burgundy eyes , in the mirror - or were they bloodshot? - then I saw two hazel ones belonging to some kind of midget - of unknown origins.
Then I saw two brown ones, belonging to my psychiatrist.
Then I saw brown ones, again, belonging to the woman who waxes my back.
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Re: [email protected]

Postby MagsJ » Sat Dec 14, 2019 12:45 am

Aegean wrote:
MagsJ wrote:Lol.. then try.
I will ma'am. Thanks ma'am.

Then drop, and give me 20 ;)

MagsJ wrote:Ah cool, that’s good to know.. and you? what is your mindset, temperament, and ethos?
Me?
I'm outis.
Nothing more to me than that.
I am a mirror.
I'm lost at sea looking for Ithaca.

Outsider/Autsider? so outis..? such new words I learn here and on the www in general.

I am not a mirror.. I deplore all to never look to me for answers.. I wasn’t born for that, or much else at all. Why do you declare yourself outis? What brought you to this point in time, here and now, as outis?

So you are lost at sea, never to be found? Lost not found.. as a certain song goes.

MagsJ wrote:Yeah, there’s no copying and pasting reams of text here, and submitting it alone for discussion and argument. Nah!

You may be jesting, but discourse is good and shallowness of topic shunned here, and there’s no agreeing to disagree.. but then one has to put a very good argument forward, if one doesn’t want to agree to disagree.

It's intimidating to know there are individuals here who are influencing world politics and world strategies or who are ancient souls that noce met Jesus, or that have soled everything or have reached the end of philosophy and know there's nowhere to go from this pinnacle of human brilliance.

FC/Jakob is sound.. I can’t speak for anyone else, as I’ve not had much interaction with anyone else here apart from Guide, but I am only just starting to, but why doubt the borrowing/stealing of ideas and concepts? as it’s been happening/a thing, since the dawn of sentient-time. So much doubt, but so little evidence to go on.

MagsJ wrote::oops: I didn’t mean to connect.

I went to the shops earlier and saw bear stuff.. you? what did your big-baby-browns see? whom else’s eyes did your eyes engage with? Were they beautiful scenes to behold? they’re always the best.

Let's see....my burgundy eyes , in the mirror - or were they bloodshot? - then I saw two hazel ones belonging to some kind of midget - of unknown origins.
Then I saw two brown ones, belonging to my psychiatrist.
Then I saw brown ones, again, belonging to the woman who waxes my back.

The midget scenario stands out amongst all the other scenarios of your day, but did it all make you smile? that’s when you know you’ve had a good day.
The possibility of anything we can imagine existing is endless and infinite

I haven't got the time to spend the time reading something that is telling me nothing, as I will never be able to get back that time, and I may need it for something at some point in time. Wait! What?

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Re: [email protected]

Postby Aegean » Sat Dec 14, 2019 12:57 am

MagsJ wrote:Outsider/Autsider? so outis..? such new words I learn here and on the www in general.

I am not an outsider, I'm on the periphery. always being pulled into where I do not want to be. The centre.

MagsJ wrote:I am not a mirror.. I deplore all to never look to me for answers.. I wasn’t born for that, or much else at all. Why do you declare yourself outis? What brought you to this point in time, here and now, as outis?
I am, for this place, only that which you want me to be. Nothing more; nothing less.
When you look at me, you see yourself.

MagsJ wrote:So you are lost at sea, never to be found? Lost not found.. as a certain song goes.
I am not truly lost, but among the lost, I surf the seas, and tie myself to resist sirens.
Beware of Greeks bearing gifts.

MagsJ wrote:FC/Jakob, is sound.. I can’t speak for anyone else, as I’ve not had much interaction with anyone else, but I am only just starting to, but why doubt the borrowing/stealing of ideas and concepts? as it’s been happening/a thing, since the dawn of sentient-time. So much doubt, but so little evidence to go on.
I've had my bits stolen by comedians like Chapelle, Colbert and other starting with the letter "C" - so they call me Mr C.
But I do not care about their plagiarism, because it makes me feel powerful.
It's this feeling of power I covet and crave, until it consumes my consciousness with corruptive certainty.
The 'c', you see, is where I'm lost.

MagsJ wrote:The midget scenario stands out amongst all the other scenarios.. of your day, but did it all make you smile?
Nothing escapes your feminine instincts, for that 'midget' was not truly so, but a little man, of sorts, with hazel eyes and honey-brown hair.
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Postby MagsJ » Sat Dec 14, 2019 3:45 am

Aegean wrote:Outsider/Autsider? so outis..? such new words I learn here and on the www in general.
I am not an outsider, I'm on the periphery. always being pulled into where I do not want to be. The centre.

So all eyes (potentially) on you yeah? Why they wanna watch you though? what you doing that makes for such an entertaining prospect to see?

MagsJ wrote:I am not a mirror.. I deplore all to never look to me for answers.. I wasn’t born for that, or much else at all. Why do you declare yourself outis? What brought you to this point in time, here and now, as outis?

I am, for this place, only that which you want me to be. Nothing more; nothing less.
When you look at me, you see yourself.

I’ve seen you? are you cute..? ; )

When I look at myself, I see myself.. that’s what narcissism was made for, to only see the self and reject the other as the-self. When I look at you, I’ll see only you.

I am not truly lost, but among the lost, I surf the seas, and tie myself to resist sirens.
Beware of Greeks bearing gifts.

I shall beware of Greeks with gifts.. and sirens.. and sailors.

I've had my bits stolen by comedians like Chapelle, Colbert and other starting with the letter "C" - so they call me Mr C.
But I do not care about their plagiarism, because it makes me feel powerful.
It's this feeling of power I covet and crave, until it consumes my consciousness with corruptive certainty.
The 'c', you see, is where I'm lost.

I saw that Del Ivers referred to you as Mr C, and so you are lost at C/sea? I see. :-k

Nothing escapes your feminine instincts, for that 'midget' was not truly so, but a little man, of sorts, with hazel eyes and honey-brown hair.

You’ve lost me here.. possibly, a little one? or a flashback to a former you..
The possibility of anything we can imagine existing is endless and infinite

I haven't got the time to spend the time reading something that is telling me nothing, as I will never be able to get back that time, and I may need it for something at some point in time. Wait! What?

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Postby Aegean » Sat Dec 14, 2019 4:32 pm

MagsJ wrote:So all eyes (potentially) on you yeah? Why they wanna watch you though? what you doing that makes for such an entertaining prospect to see?
Entertaining?
They watch but they do not all see.
If I tell you the tricks of the trade, it'll lose its magic.

MagsJ wrote:I’ve seen you? are you cute..? ; )
Quite the opposite.
But it is not me you are looking for.

MagsJ wrote:When I look at myself, I see myself.. that’s what narcissism was made for, to only see the self and reject the other as the-self. When I look at you, I’ll see only you.
We discover ourselves through others.
"I am that which I am not"

MagsJ wrote: I shall beware of Greeks with gifts.. and sirens.. and sailors.
And those wearing chaps you drop pennies and ask you to pick them up for them.

MagsJ wrote: I saw that Del Ivers referred to you as Mr C, and so you are lost at C/sea? I see. :-k
Do you?
I am not lost; I am sailing the sea of the lost.
I have no Ithaca because my voyage will only end I my death, but I seek it as a guide, to orient myself.

MagsJ wrote: You’ve lost me here.. possibly, a little one? or a flashback to a former you..
I keep my treasures secret.
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Postby MagsJ » Sat Dec 14, 2019 6:15 pm

Aegean wrote:If I tell you the tricks of the trade, it'll lose its magic.

Like a wizard, without any magic tricks to perform.. yes that’d be dire.

But it is not me you are looking for.

Could it be.. the Scarlet Pimpernel? sought here, there, and everywhere, but never to be found.

“Was there a real Scarlet Pimpernel?
The Scarlet Pimpernel has remained elusive ever since Baroness Orczy wrote her bestselling novel. Now a historian claims to have identified the man who inspired it. ... Sparrow, from Paul, Cornwall, says that the reason no one has since identified the “real” Pimpernel is because he was French, not English.25 Sep 2013
The Scarlet Pimpernel's big secret? He was French | The Times
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/the- ... 37j7zb9n5j

We discover ourselves through others.
"I am that which I am not"

Well yes.. I understand what I am, through understanding what I am not. I prefer to be undiscoverable to the many though.. like I do my paired blue-tooth devices or WiFi hotspot.

And those wearing chaps you drop pennies and ask you to pick them up for them.

Lol.. isn’t that one all too evident? I don’t pick things up for others anyway.. only for fam, so a non-starter, and not even an also-ran.

Do you?
I am not lost; I am sailing the sea of the lost.
I have no Ithaca because my voyage will only end I my death, but I seek it as a guide, to orient myself.

I kinda do.. :)

How very Viking a voyage you choose. So why sail there, if you are not lost? To find?
The possibility of anything we can imagine existing is endless and infinite

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Postby Aegean » Sat Dec 14, 2019 9:53 pm

I'm no Viking.
I am Outis.
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Postby MagsJ » Sun Dec 15, 2019 2:18 am

Aegean wrote:I'm no Viking.
I am Outis.

I don’t know what Outis is or means though? I’ve only heard it on here and KTS..

This?

“Outis (transliteration of Ancient Greek Οὖτις, in capitals ΟΥΤΙΣ, from οὔτις "nobody" or "no one")[1] is an often used pseudonym. Artists, writers and others in public life use this pseudonym in order to hide their identity. The Latin equivalent Nemo is also often used.”
The possibility of anything we can imagine existing is endless and infinite

I haven't got the time to spend the time reading something that is telling me nothing, as I will never be able to get back that time, and I may need it for something at some point in time. Wait! What?

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Re: [email protected]

Postby Aegean » Sun Dec 15, 2019 12:05 pm

MagsJ wrote:
Aegean wrote:I'm no Viking.
I am Outis.

I don’t know what Outis is or means though? I’ve only heard it on here and KTS.
It's a name given by a fabulous woman.
Google it.

MagsJ wrote:This?

“Outis (transliteration of Ancient Greek Οὖτις, in capitals ΟΥΤΙΣ, from οὔτις "nobody" or "no one")[1] is an often used pseudonym. Artists, writers and others in public life use this pseudonym in order to hide their identity. The Latin equivalent Nemo is also often used.”
It has to do with the Odyssey nd how Odysseus tricked the Cyclops.

I use it to imply that my identity is irrelevant. I am a nobody.
What matters is what is being said.
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Re: [email protected]

Postby MagsJ » Sun Dec 15, 2019 12:53 pm

Aegean wrote:
Aegean wrote:I'm no Viking.
I am Outis.

It's a name given by a fabulous woman.
Google it.

I know that story well.

I use it to imply that my identity is irrelevant. I am a nobody.

Any insinuation you had that I was alluding to you as Viking is not so.. your described situation was, to me, though.

What matters is what is being said.

One would hope so, in a place like this..
The possibility of anything we can imagine existing is endless and infinite

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Re: [email protected]

Postby MagsJ » Mon Dec 16, 2019 4:14 pm

Aegean wrote:
MagsJ wrote: I saw that Del Ivers referred to you as Mr C, and so you are lost at C/sea? I see. :-k
Do you?

I did see.. :D

We are all made Outis, for something, at some point in our lives.. though most, much more different to your reason.

I’m not a fan of Chapelle and that whole generation and genre of US comedy anyway.. my preference is Brit comedy like QI and such and eccentric British Comedic wit.
The possibility of anything we can imagine existing is endless and infinite

I haven't got the time to spend the time reading something that is telling me nothing, as I will never be able to get back that time, and I may need it for something at some point in time. Wait! What?

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Re: [email protected]

Postby Aegean » Mon Dec 16, 2019 8:17 pm

MagsJ wrote:I did see.. :D
Looking is not seeing.

MagsJ wrote:We are all made Outis, for something, at some point in our lives.. though most, much more different to your reason.
We are "made"?
For a reason, I assume?

MagsJ wrote:I’m not a fan of Chapelle and that whole generation and genre of US comedy anyway.. my preference is Brit comedy like QI and such and eccentric British Comedic wit.
Doesn't matter if you like Chappelle, or Colbert, or Cosby....the fact is they visit ILP and are inspired by my posts. I see them regurgitating my insights in their monologues and stand-up.
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