thirdform

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If you are going to learn to think do it in layers of granit. Don't adopt it as your vanilla lifestyle. Deplorable tradition.
 

thirdform

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strangle all hotdog eaters to death. They could be eating perfectly good food like sheeps head or tripe soup. Instead they get a bit of beef and put some ketchup on it and then say its the best food in the world. These are people who have never guzzled the barbaric sujuk with its richly nuanced garlic taste.
 

thirdform

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gus only likes electronic music when it becomes anthem trance. stick a phono cable up all yankee trancers noses.
 

thirdform

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sanction 80 lashes of the whip for left wing podcasters and the bruenigs. Make no distinction between the two. They are all the same type of contemptible stoners. Exact the spirit of fear into them. Anyone who refuses to cary out their compulsory civic duty of lashing will be executed by hanging.


lashes and hanging are real tradition. Go all the way. Don't be a pussyclaat.
 

thirdform

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Bach's decent though. Ruthless formalism in the service of God. The Robert Hood of his day. Mozart can be subjected to testicle torture though. Keep Beethoven just impress on him that he will aspire to even greater musical heights when he converts to Islam. Hang Chopin from the rafters. Strangle Satie in his crib. Exalt Bruckner to Olympian heights. Give Liszt his own pub where all sorts of scandals transpire. Blame Mahler for psytrance. Proclaim Stravinsky to be the original rock and roller. Delete Handel and Elgar from the record entirely.

@Corpsey what do you make of this assessment?
 
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IdleRich

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you can see this in the various militant twitter posts and also in that soldier's manifesto someone posted that he wrote before going on a killing spree. people who are unhinged latching on to bizarre notions of honour and duty nicked from shit films and cheesy computer games
I saw this article on this website Return of Kings which is this thing for red-pilled people (generally men for some reason) to talk about how macho and great they are, sometimes I remember it exists and then I read it a bit for a laugh. Then I try and forget about it again cos if you read everything on the internet that is stupid enough to make you laugh then it would absorb your entire life.
But anyway, the article I read, this guy's point was... well I think in fact ostensibly it was about why he didn't like football and preferred proper manly sports like fighting sports cos in those you don't have a team to rely on and cover your pathetic weaknesses and so on, it's just you and another guy fighting each other honourably and not at all gayly in any way.... whatever, but he went off on this convoluted thing about chivalry and how medieval times were great cos of knights fighting each other with honour to win the hands of maidens who stayed in their rightful place (in the bad guy's dungeon normally until you rescued them). And obviously there was so much shit in there that to actually pull it apart and point this out seems cruel... but there was one particular thing that jumped out at me in a sense.
I mean, let's assume that knights did all really have honour and all they cared about was finding another knight and having a fair fight with him to see who was truly the better man - let's assume that everything you've read about knights in their quest for the grail or whatever, you know, all the great stories about knights are all true, that all knights existed in their most idealised form (which I suspect they didn't) what this guy seemed to be missing was the fact that not everyone was a knight. And, if you are based in the UK (probably anywhere in Europe in fact) you can work out fairly easily if you would have been a knight... I'm not Sir Idle Rich (or lord or anything believe it or not) and so I wouldn't have been a knight, I would have been a pleb, probably planting and digging turnips for fourteen hours today and completely unable to chivalry or whatever.
And putting this era on a pedestal cos you believe that there was some kind of honour between knights is utterly moronic, you need to take into consideration the fact that ninety nine point nine percent of people didn't even know what honour was and would slit their neighbour's throat to get his carrots.
Though that's not to say that I disagree with this
I'm not convinced its impossible to reclaim certain critical traditional values without sacrificing some of the more egalitarian values enabled by the subsidence of such traditions.
Probably isn't impossible but you would have to think really carefully about how to design a scenario that could make it possible. It definitely doesn't just fall into your lap.
And that's just the boring logistics of it, once you got into the theory behind it it would be even harder of course.
 

IdleRich

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Or they'll say things like "Renaissance Florence had 45,000 people and they still produced more great artists than the entire 20th C"
Of course there were lots more ideas left to be had... you didn't have to put a shark in a tank, you could get away with just painting something and people would be impressed!
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
I remembered that neoliberal Yass Kween firehose line—seen too many good smart girls in the New York media-industrial complex work themselves to death for a patriarch or (more often) matriarch who dangles the "connections" carrot over their head
Had a friend in London who used to have some lose connection to a moderately famous designer (or used to be famous, probably fading a bit now) and she used to go over with her to Paris Fashion Week, and as far as I can tell she used to go there, help this woman put her collection together, get shouted at the whole time they were doing it, blamed for everything that went wrong, insulted and not invited to the after-parties and (apart from possibly the ticket there) get paid nothing. I just couldn't get it at all, from what I can tell the designer wasn't even grateful, sounded like a right bitch.
Another friend of mine who worked in (incredibly shit) fashion magazines and always used to come round my house cos she fancied my flatmate. It was weird she used to turn up and let herself in and just sit there staring at him. Anyway, one time she told me she'd just met up with one of her friends who was interning at some magazine or something like. She'd said to this friend "How was your day?" and she'd replied saying "Bit of a weird one, I just hid under a desk all day".
It turned out that this intern girl, well, her boss was in fact also an intern at this magazine or whatever it was and she couldn't be arsed to do all the shitty pointless menial tasks that people expect interns to do - for no money of course. So basically this intern had got her own intern without telling her own boss, and without telling the lower intern that she was a kind of unofficial rogue intern (a bit like that computer support guy who was in the news cos he outsourced his own job - but without any money involved). But one day - the day in question obviously - the actual boss came into the office and the official intern panicked cos there was no other exit for her underling to escape, so she quickly explained the situation and said to her intern "The boss lady mustn't see you, quick hide under that desk there until she leaves" but unfortunately she stayed and worked in the office all day. So... the unpaid intern's intern may indeed have in turn been unpaid, but at least she gained experience (albeit of hiding under a desk) and networked in that she was in the same room as this boss woman who was I understand quite famous (albeit unseen cos she was hiding under a desk).
 
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woops

is not like other people
Another friend of mine who worked in (incredibly shit) fashion magazines and always used to come round my house cos she fancied my flatmate. It was weird she used to turn up and let herself in and just sit there staring at him.
I'm gonna tell her about this thread, bet she'd love that
 
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