Saturday, November 20, 2010

Sociopath song: infiltrating my way through the system

51 comments:

  1. M.E.'s expanding his demographics to goths I see.

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  2. i used to wear my hair like that. but it was black and purple. not the best camouflage for corporate systems.

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  3. I love Goths. They're so fun to be around and observe. Their obsession with darkness is borderline comical. One out of a score might actually have something profound to add to their scene and lifestyle, but in the end, that's all it is, a scene.

    A sexy scene. Did I mention that I love Goths?~

    You wouldn't happen to have any pictures of said hair, would you Zoe?


    I don’t know what they want me to see
    I just know that they don’t see me
    I’m concealed, silent threat too
    I’m infiltrating through


    Now there's something I can relate to. Nice choice, M.E. Always a pleasure.

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  4. Could this be your chosen theme song, Notable? You should play it every time you enter a room.

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  5. And why have you not share this with me yet?

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  6. It's always changing. This is today's one, though.

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  7. TheNotablePath said...
    You wouldn't happen to have any pictures of said hair, would you Zoe?


    yes, but it doesn't show, and anyway i like my privacy so i'm afraid you will have to live with the picture in your mind, Note. make it a good one. the purple was the bottom section of the hair in the back and only really showed when i put the hair up. i dyed the whole thing black a few months later.

    since we're on the topic of hair colour...i was thinking the other week, while raking leaves and admiring the beautiful fall colours, how much more festive it would be if old people's hair too went different shades of orange, red and gold, instead just grey.

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  8. 2 said...
    Messes with your head, doesn't it?


    i couldn't listen to the end :(

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  9. Ayria. Delicious.

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  10. i've acquired a new emotional scar and expect no sympathy as i was asking for trouble.

    anyone here seen '3 men 1 hammer?'

    i'd suggest that those of a sensitive disposition to not go near it. i managed 20 seconds and realised my senses are not dead after all. i thought i might take it, but alas, no. it's vile beyond expression. like i said, i expect no sympathy, but damn i wish i'd stayed away. :(

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  11. that's considered by many to be THE worst shock/death video ... brought to you by these guys

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  12. yep. thanks aspie. i'd rather erase the whole thing from my mind, well, all 20 seconds that i saw.

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  13. Meh. I still prefer UKan's cop killer video.

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  14. postmodern

    'Meh'

    i hate you right now. :(

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  15. Do you have that link handy, Postmodern Sociopath?

    3 men 1 hammer isn't that bad and is in opinion, over-hyped. Then again, I'm a gore hound. No use saying what I really think when I watch stuff like that.

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  16. hehe.

    where shall i start...?

    forget it. just accept i don't like you right now. ok?

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  17. i hate you all and i'm never coming back.

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  18. Some say the mere utterance of "UKan" results in the death of 1.5 cops.

    I prefer Windowlicker (Aphex Twin) myself, but his ambient album is still quite good.

    Now it's just Birdick and PS who are lacking socio-theme songs. Come on, you slackers.

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  19. Was my use of "Meh" too dismissive for your tastes?

    This is sufficient theme music.

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  20. How very...post-modern of you, PS.

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  21. only fucking slightly. not that i expected anything else.

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  22. notme, I've appointed you this theme song.

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  24. no one

    one of my childhood favorites you know. you're a genius. if there's an insult in there somewhere, i can't find it.

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  25. I would never dare associate the Littlest Hobo with any form of insult. You are blessed to have been given the honour.

    PS, it saddens me That 70's Show is no longer running.

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  26. Television is going out with a fetid, sticky, herpetic whimper.

    The fall of That 70s Show was just foreshadowing. Sigh.

    Good thing there are torrents. :D

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  27. i have a question.

    how does one differentiate between courage and stupidity?

    i don't think it's possible.

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  28. Courage is what they call it in retrospect. Stupidity is what they call it at the time.

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  29. ah interesting.
    yes, i've done cowardly things and later said, thank god i was smart.

    back to relativity again.

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  30. I've always felt that if someone feels the need to revel in their own "darkness," that they're just whimpering children. Evil wears cheerful colors and greets the world with a warm smile.

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  31. Evil wears cheerful colors and greets the world with a warm smile.

    That's a bit of a sensationalist view. There's enough 'evil' perpetrated by people that don't even to attempt to hide it.

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  32. Is standing up for yourself classed as been evil?

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  33. Depends whose pile of skulls your standing on.

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  34. Socio's of course ;)

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  35. They'd probably canonize you for that.

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  36. Does been told "Damn your good" leed to been canonized.? lol

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  37. Anonymous said...
    I've always felt that if someone feels the need to revel in their own "darkness," that they're just whimpering children. Evil wears cheerful colors and greets the world with a warm smile.


    whimpering children, narcissists and bullies.

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  38. Evil has new clothes its called "internet video blogs". Oops I just clicked play...Wow thats gross, I feel sick! Shit, did I just help canonize the freaks who posted that??

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  39. "3 men 1 hammer", suddenly I need to watch an extremely voilent movie, do crystal meth or find something to fear and hate..."and victims were selected based on the appearance that they wouldn't fight back"..
    Do the experts here have anything unsurprising to add? Could the (one of the accused) kid's lawyer dad plea for equal rights, temperance and defense of the "free" life for the amoral?

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  40. "That's a bit of a sensationalist view. There's enough 'evil' perpetrated by people that don't even to attempt to hide it."

    AKA whimpering children

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  41. What have you all got against whimpering children?

    They're the best kind.

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  42. They're also the most annoying.

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