So far that's Grover Furr, Jason Unruhe, and my Dad that didn't like it. Never meet your heroes folks.
i linked him to https://revolutionaryleftradio.libsyn.com/in-defense-of-china-as-a-socialist-state-w-ajit-singh , which is pretty pro click, and he said he "already made a response to Ajit Singh". I'll link it for the sake of fairness: https://maoistrebelnews.com/2017/10/14/china-is-not-socialist-a-response-to-ajit-singh/
might read it later but I did like that podcast.
edit: remembering now he complained about RAIM's stance and that it wasn't "third worldist" when asked about Settlers. I don't think he's read it.
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Wait, why doesnt he like Settlers. It seems exactly like the kind of thing he'd like
he didn't write it
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can't feel too bad for a life spent building some worthless 10,000 year clock, a monument to spare time, instead of making clothes for his neighborhood, or whatever. hoarding rare volunteer engineering talent, that could be shaping what 10,000 AD looks like, within the critical next 15 years. instead of making the clock that stops ticking then.
get them 50ccs of this paragraph stat
that reminded my friend how her ex-boyfriend would come up with all sorts of sterilization schemes for the poorest, like, put sterilizing drugs in their taco bell was one she said that i remember.
The cheapest method would be to make their lives extremely stressful and full of demands on their time, then pack easily available meals with fats and carbohydrates, inducing coronary heart disease, congestive heart failure, high blood pressure, abnormal cholesterol levels, deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism, stretch marks, acanthosis nigricans, lymphedema, cellulitis, hirsutism, intertrigo, diabetes mellitus, polycystic ovarian syndrome, menstrual disorders, infertility, complications during pregnancy, birth defects, intrauterine fetal death, gastroesophageal reflux disease, fatty liver disease, cholelithiasis (gallstones), stroke, meralgia paresthetica, migraines, carpal tunnel syndrome, dementia, idiopathic intracranial hypertension, multiple sclerosis, cancer (esophageal, colorectal, pancreatic, gallbladder, endometrial, kidney, leukemia, hepatocellular carcinoma, malignant melanoma), depression in women, social stigmatization, obstructive sleep apnea, obesity hypoventilation syndrome, asthma, increased complications during general anaesthesia, gout, poor mobility, osteoarthritis, low back pain,
posted a long time ago about The Long Now Foundation, this weird clock-building, profitless startup in san francisco
this is just silicon valley building a monument for itself but there are other art projects tackling the same theme. early pogues member jem finer made longplayer.org and it seems brian eno was involved with both these projects.
Longplayer is a one thousand year long musical composition. It began playing at midnight on the 31st of December 1999. The composition of Longplayer results from the application of simple and precise rules to six short pieces of music. Six sections from these pieces – one from each – are playing simultaneously at all times. Longplayer chooses and combines these sections in such a way that no combination is repeated until exactly one thousand years has passed. The six short pieces of music are transpositions of a 20’20” score for Tibetan Singing Bowls, the ‘source music’. These transpositions vary from the original not only in pitch but also, proportionally, in duration.
a long time ago when my musical tastes were shifting from metal to indie and i had just come online looking for music (audiogalaxy anyone?), this site was streaming and its been streaming for 18 years nonstop. i didn't get drone back then and this site was just some online curiosa but it has given me hours and hours of pleasure since then. still gotta stream it the old school way!
death by confined space is a shitty way 2 go, hope they had air and a watcher for you...
spent 10 hours cleaning a clarifier. it is nott as much fun as it sounds! the coolest part is that when you are inside the impeller tube scraping off a years worth of deposits, you can recollect the interesting things that have happened over that time. the layers in the scale is reminiscent of Fordite, the accumulated layers of automotive paint from car plants that is sometimes used as a sort of gemstone. the deepest layer, from last summer, was tannish brown from the high turbidity in raw influent due to flooding from the remnants of last year's hurricanes. that is followed by a black layer from the shitloads of powdered activated carbon we fed to improve water odor and flavor, as well as lower total organic compounds (sorta counterintuitive but it works). ultimately this reduces the crap that chlorine eats, so disinfection byproducts also go down. then there are light gray layers from autumn when things calmed down; it's just from the slaked lime we feed to soften the water so as to cause iron and manganese to precipitate. narrow bands describe low flow rates over the winter.. every storm and dosage rate is represented as your gaze approaches the surface of the caked on crap that your scrapping off a wall . beautiful
thanks for the clarification
but my watcher.. was a superior and decided to come down in too, to help get thing done faster
So they risked both your lives in order to cut your wage in half
croatia was robbed. that fucking ref
i mean croatia would have been fucked in the second half anyway but first half should have ended 1-0 their way. the ref not catching the pen wasnt a clear and obvious error so fuck awarding it from VAR
so, you all understand now when I say this is a ridiculous sport. you don't necessarily have to agree, but you understand right?
literally every sport is ridiculous