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Old 08-04-2011, 08:54 PM   #21
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Great song, lyric and video. The song was a nice find! Haven't really been lead to listen to Costello before. Something i will look deeper into

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDlC7oG_2W4
Funny thing is I don't really like most of Elvis Costello's work. This song came on the radio one time when I was on acid
Fkn brilliant

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Old 08-04-2011, 08:59 PM   #22
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Exactly, we're playing chess with ourselves and most have forgotten this.

I just wonder how it is possible that "I" am experiencing life as a separate individual just like billions of humans and innumerable other beings. Funny.
You are perceiving yourself to be separate but you only ever experience yourself as yourself. It is perception not reality :-) There's no getting away from yourself....ever :-)
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Old 08-04-2011, 09:04 PM   #23
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Agreed it does sound douchey no matter how true it is. I makes me want to punch people
Heheh.....a male expression of feelings. Women have a gentler way to express disappointment..... But on the more serious note, truth never sound douchey, lies always do.
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Old 08-04-2011, 09:22 PM   #24
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Heheh.....a male expression of feelings. Women have a gentler way to express disappointment..... But on the more serious note, truth never sound douchey, lies always do.
You really have a talent for creating sentences that have no discernible meaning Bravo!
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Old 08-04-2011, 09:28 PM   #25
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You really have a talent for creating sentences that have no discernible meaning Bravo!
LOL! That a nice way to put a blame for your lack of understanding ….or perhaps short memory of what we were talking about.
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Old 08-04-2011, 09:31 PM   #26
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LOL! That a nice way to put a blame for your lack of understanding ….or perhaps short memory of what we were talking about.
Its called selective memory
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Old 08-04-2011, 09:43 PM   #27
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When every one of us is born we bring with us a little ring of power. That little ring is almost immediately put to use. So every one of us is already hooked from birth and our rings of power are joined to everyone else's. In other words, our rings of power are hooked to the doing of the world in order to make the world.
For instance, our rings of power, yours and mine, are hooked right now to the doing in this room. We are making this room. Our rings of power are spinning this room into being at this very moment.
A man of knowledge develops another ring of power. I would call it the ring of not-doing , because it is hooked to not-doing . With that ring, therefore, he can spin another world.
Your difficulty is that you haven't yet developed your extra ring of power and your body doesn't know not-doing . We all have been taught to agree about doing . You don't have any idea of the power that that agreement brings with it. But, fortunately, not-doing is equally miraculous, and powerful.
There is no way to escape the doing of our world, so what a warrior does is to turn his world into his hunting ground. As a hunter, a warrior knows that the world is made to be used. So he uses every bit of it. A warrior is like a pirate that has no qualms in taking and using anything he wants, except that the warrior doesn't mind or he doesn't feel insulted when he is used and taken himself.

The instant one begins to live like a warrior, one is no longer ordinary. It is meaningless to complain. What's important from this point on is the strategy of your life.
You may go any place you wish, but if you do, you must assume the full responsibility for that act. A warrior lives his life strategically. When he has to act with his fellow men, a warrior follows the doing of strategy, and in that doing there are no victories or defeats. In that doing there are only actions. The doing of strategy entails that one is not at the mercy of people.
http://www.prismagems.com/castaneda/donjuan3.html

Warrior sound douchey, well whatever
Interesting passage though.
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Its called selective memory
People are quite inventive. LOL! Is it a new definition of working memory decline?
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Old 08-04-2011, 10:06 PM   #29
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Funny thing is I don't really like most of Elvis Costello's work. This song came on the radio one time when I was on acid
Fkn brilliant
That's a keeper


Reminded me or made me think about one of my experiences (hofman i think) after some time when the waves lost some intensity, we had been nighttime out in the woods. This was after we had returned to the flat. A friend put on some Goa-Trance which i don't know the name of
I belive i took a Rohyp to chill a little extra

I don't know how long but that time listening to that music in that sofa was brilliant. With my eyes closed and with the music as tone setter i was creating worlds. The music and my inner view together was as real as this reality. It went from Eden like wood settings to futuristic towns of metal. Kinda hard to express. And the nerve-ends responded and vibrated to what tone i was in at the moment.
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People are quite inventive. LOL! Is it a new definition of working memory decline?
You mean like voluntary spongiform encephalitis ?
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You mean like voluntary spongiform encephalitis ?
Hey, I like your way of explaining some human limitations. Yes, we may blame infectious agent for a change.
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You mean like voluntary spongiform encephalitis ?
Or voluntary cognitive dissonance ?

Oh VCD, i choose whats on for me....
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Like Calvin from Calvin and Hobbes saying he gets D's on purpose so no one will expect much of him and he can spend more time in his imagination
I did the same thing all through school hehehehehehhe
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Old 08-04-2011, 11:44 PM   #34
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Like Calvin from Calvin and Hobbes saying he gets D's on purpose so no one will expect much of him and he can spend more time in his imagination
I did the same thing all through school hehehehehehhe
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HERE HERE! I Object to this travesty as well!

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HERE HERE! I Object to this travesty as well!
Math atheist that would most certainly be a contender if i had interest in defining myself as any ism.

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Math atheist that would most certainly be a contender if i had interest in defining myself as any ism.

That actually makes me want to cry
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That actually makes me want to cry
I know the feeling
On one level i feel it describes these times like a punch in the face. Brilliant!
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I know the feeling
On one level i feel it describes these times like a punch in the face. Brilliant!
Indeed it does.

The plot thickens
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Finally, we are taking business. I love that!
Dream of many women.......since it is a job delegated to women.


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