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Im crazy, im crazy, im fucking crazy.

-owlie

 

Boys in blue boys, boys in blue boys, boys in blue boys, i ant ever going back to the fucking can.

-donnie

 

Whatyatalkinabout.

- sassy

 

What the actual fuck

-big less

 

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The legalization of drugs deprives the police criminals, government criminals and judiciary criminals of a substantial source of their corruption income

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Well its too bad
That our friends
Cant be with us today
Well thats too bad
"The machine
That we built
Would never save us"
Thats what they say
(Thats why they aint coming with us today)
And they also said
"Its impossible for man
To live and breath underwater
Forever" was their main complaint
(Yeah)
And they also threw this in my face:
They said
Anyway
You know good well
It would be beyond the will of God
And the grace of the King
(Grace of the King yeah yeah)

 

Jimi Hendrix

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Posted (edited)

where i live now, the only thing that keeps the area going is tradition—

as you can figure out -it doesn’t count very much—

everything around me rots…I don't know how long it has been this way, but if it keeps up, soon i will be an old man—& i am only 15—

the only job around here is mining—

but jesus, who wants to be a miner…

I refuse to be part of such a shallow death—

everybody talks about the middle ages as if it was actually in the middle ages—

i’ll do anything to leave here—

my mind is running down the river—

i’d sell my soul to the elephant-

i’d cheat the sphinx—

i’d lie to the conqueror…

tho you might not take this the right way, i would even sign a chain with the devil…please dont send me anymore grandfather clocks—

no more books or care packages…

if youre going to send me something, send me a key—

i shall find the door to where it fits,

if it takes me the rest of my life

 

your friend,

Friend

 

Bob d

Edited by Pedro99
version on the net was slightly wrong, looked in the book to correct

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It holds us like a phantom
The touch is like a breeze
It shines its understanding
See the moon smiling
Open on all channels
Ready to receive
And we're not at the mercy
Of your shimmers or spells
Your shimmers or spells
We are of the earth
To her we do return
The future is inside us
It's not somewhere else
It's not somewhere else
It's not somewhere else
One day at a time
We call upon the people
People have this power
The numbers don't decide
Your system is a lie
The river running dry
The wings of a butterfly
And you may pour us away like soup
Like we're pretty broken flowers
We'll take back what is ours
Take back what is ours
One day at a time
 
Radiohead- The numbers

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some of this outcome is directly the influences of feminist ideology. The idea that their narratives are not to be questioned, that they have the right to assign meaning and deconstruction to the world around them and to men, but the vice versa is invalid and oppressive. The power movements of feminism that encourage outrageous egos--"goddess movements, everyone is beautiful campaigns, the backbone idea that they are owed, the idea that accountability or responsibility is a misogynistic oppression and no one has the right to expect anything of them. That they should always be allowed to do whatever they want without limitation or consideration. an entitled sense of being above the rules and that ignoring them is being a bold powerful woman taking her rights. The reflexive taken for granted idea that men should answer to them, men owe them and that they should dictate terms and basically still be served, protected and sheltered by men, all while decrying manhood and men and proudly asserting that they are independent and do not need men. 

It goes on and on. The product of feminist indoctrination coupled with the reinforcement provided living in a feminist culture creates a pretty ugly person, entitled and full of themselves basking in a culture that revolves around them while simultaneously using a perpetual victimhood status to leverage more advantage and acquiescence. With the inflated privilege is a worldview quite unrelated to actual reality and if challenged will immediately cry victim, abuse, and misogyny as wel as toxic masculinity, patriarchy and rape culture, shutting down any opposition having framed opposition as being of these things. It is a delirious amount of social power and influence over everything from government policy and funding to the media, to institutions of higher learning to demanding authority over police forces wherever women become involved with the law.

They have made everything about them, everything revolve around them, sensitive to them, catering to them. When they see something that isn't about women or for women it immediately comes under scrutiny from their discourse machine that weaves everything into oppression and misogyny.

What would you expect women to be like in this climate, socialized this way. Women are literally taught that they are superior to men.

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