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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby semuta » 13 Aug 2009 22:11

    hey its our forum too.
    That's how I wrote the novel, wanting you to participate with the best of your own imagination. I did not aim for the lowest common denominator and 'write down" to anyone. You and I have a compact and my responsibility is to entertain you as richly as possible, always giving you as much extra as I can. I assume you are intelligent and will enlist your own imagination. You'll see that when you read the Dune excerpt and the other stories in this collection.
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby SandChigger » 13 Aug 2009 22:54

    Yeah, your valuable contributions have not gone unnoticed. :roll:

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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby SandRider » 13 Aug 2009 23:05

    here ya go, buddy, check these out.
    (take your time, now. don't be in a rush about it)


    http://www.propeller.com/story/2009/05/ ... cal-study/
    http://blogcritics.org/politics/article ... nfoil-hat/


    and my favorite:


    http://zapatopi.net/afdb/
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby TheDukester » 13 Aug 2009 23:06

    This is fun ...

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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby semuta » 13 Aug 2009 23:09

    SandChigger wrote:Yeah, your valuable contributions have not gone unnoticed. :roll:

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    That's how I wrote the novel, wanting you to participate with the best of your own imagination. I did not aim for the lowest common denominator and 'write down" to anyone. You and I have a compact and my responsibility is to entertain you as richly as possible, always giving you as much extra as I can. I assume you are intelligent and will enlist your own imagination. You'll see that when you read the Dune excerpt and the other stories in this collection.
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby semuta » 13 Aug 2009 23:13

    SandRider wrote:here ya go, buddy, check these out.
    (take your time, now. don't be in a rush about it)
    http://www.propeller.com/story/2009/05/ ... cal-study/
    http://blogcritics.org/politics/article ... nfoil-hat/
    and my favorite:
    http://zapatopi.net/afdb/


    lol nah that crap don't work in the real world, believe me I tried it enough times. I do have psychic self-defense methods though. Out of interest have any of you ever heard of black-ops or remote-viewing?
    That's how I wrote the novel, wanting you to participate with the best of your own imagination. I did not aim for the lowest common denominator and 'write down" to anyone. You and I have a compact and my responsibility is to entertain you as richly as possible, always giving you as much extra as I can. I assume you are intelligent and will enlist your own imagination. You'll see that when you read the Dune excerpt and the other stories in this collection.
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby SandRider » 13 Aug 2009 23:15

    yeah, and I also beat the living fuck out of Art Bell
    in an Elko bar in 1987. This was when he was still broadcasting
    from a trailer house in North Las Vegas.

    I've always regretted that I didn't go ahead and kill him.
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby TheDukester » 13 Aug 2009 23:23

    Ah, sweet, sweet Elko. The Paris of northeast Nevada ...
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby SandChigger » 14 Aug 2009 01:58

    semuta wrote:pmpl

    Ichwan Bedwine

    PYP -> Itchy Bedwetter?

    How often do they change your rubber pants and sheets there at the asylum?

    Did you ever think of that name for China that starts with 'X' when written in pinyin? Thought not.

    semuta wrote:lol nah that crap don't work in the real world, believe me I tried it enough times. I do have psychic self-defense methods though. Out of interest have any of you ever heard of black-ops or remote-viewing?

    :roll: Yeah, standard wingnut fare.

    Here, fruitcake, remote view THIS.

    Did you get it? :)
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby Nekhrun » 14 Aug 2009 07:56

    semuta wrote: Out of interest have any of you ever heard of black-ops or remote-viewing?

    I've heard of remote-viewing. I tried it a couple of times but it almost seemed like people could actually see me and interact with me. It really freaked me out and I stopped doing it.
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby semuta » 14 Aug 2009 08:51

    Nekhrun wrote:I've heard of remote-viewing. I tried it a couple of times but it almost seemed like people could actually see me and interact with me. It really freaked me out and I stopped doing it.


    Speaking of which, do any of you fruitjobs want to give me a hand with uploading an avatar into this thing? its not like most of the websites I use where images can be sucked straight out of the computer with a nifty upload button. I don't know the url of this machine anyway although I was informed by admin that they have the first 8 digits of it. Whats the deal with that anyway? I have to submit the entire url before I can upload an avatar? new world order information gathering?

    here's one link about remote viewing; www.viking-z.org

    I have some great videos on the subject which I could share if you are interested. I have to argue that it is a Dune related subject because the importance of prescience in the story. Its also a real thing that the kgb and cia have invested a lot of time and money in. in early 2008 the fbi patented 40 new types of 'mind control devices'. Yes, society is already manipulated by remote control brainwash toys, its a fact. Why would they be targeting me? Well if the house gimps gave up their crusade to insult and deride me then maybe I might reveal that sort of information. And no it doesnt make me feel special it is a major pain in the proverbials. For now I'm just going to run my program, talk Dune and let the rest of the world do whatever.
    That's how I wrote the novel, wanting you to participate with the best of your own imagination. I did not aim for the lowest common denominator and 'write down" to anyone. You and I have a compact and my responsibility is to entertain you as richly as possible, always giving you as much extra as I can. I assume you are intelligent and will enlist your own imagination. You'll see that when you read the Dune excerpt and the other stories in this collection.
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby semuta » 14 Aug 2009 09:09

    That's how I wrote the novel, wanting you to participate with the best of your own imagination. I did not aim for the lowest common denominator and 'write down" to anyone. You and I have a compact and my responsibility is to entertain you as richly as possible, always giving you as much extra as I can. I assume you are intelligent and will enlist your own imagination. You'll see that when you read the Dune excerpt and the other stories in this collection.
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby Nekhrun » 14 Aug 2009 09:15

    semuta wrote:here's one link about remote viewing; http://www.viking-z.org


    :shock:
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby SadisticCynic » 14 Aug 2009 09:24

    Nekhrun wrote:
    semuta wrote:here's one link about remote viewing; http://www.viking-z.org


    :shock:


    :lol: I'm sure Dawkins would be pleased to see his work quoted here!
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby Omphalos » 14 Aug 2009 11:30

    semuta wrote:here you go;

    http://www.raven1.net/govptron.htm


    Dude, that;s totally from 2002. Don't you people know that mind control practices have evolved a great deal? You no longer need line of sight to dominate another's brain. You guys are totally behind the times. No wonder you sound like an automaton. Kucinich has totally taken you over.
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby SandRider » 14 Aug 2009 11:34

    Nekhrun wrote:
    semuta wrote: Out of interest have any of you ever heard of black-ops or remote-viewing?

    I've heard of remote-viewing. I tried it a couple of times but it almost seemed like people could actually see me and interact with me. It really freaked me out and I stopped doing it.



    PLEASE DO NOT FEED THE MONKEY :obscene-moneypiss:




    and good lord, you can remote-view and talk to dead alien freemasons
    and got the new world order all figgered out, but you can't upload a
    fucking avatar ?

    don't know whether to
    :laughing-rofl:
    :tissue2:
    or
    :angry-screaming:

    oh, yeah :

    :violence-smack:
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby SandChigger » 14 Aug 2009 14:16

    semuta wrote:do any of you fruitjobs want to give me a hand

    I'm sure you can manage all on your own, like usual. Just get a grip on yourself. :)
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby Freakzilla » 14 Aug 2009 14:21

    SandChigger wrote:
    semuta wrote:do any of you fruitjobs want to give me a hand

    I'm sure you can manage all on your own, like usual. Just get a grip on yourself. :)


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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby semuta » 14 Aug 2009 15:31

    :roll:
    got better things to do

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    s o y o u m i g h t w a n t t o u s e y o u r p a u s e b u t t o n



    it will take you about twenty minutes
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby semuta » 14 Aug 2009 21:17

    this one is worth watching the whole way through

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfCoTQoZKlU
    That's how I wrote the novel, wanting you to participate with the best of your own imagination. I did not aim for the lowest common denominator and 'write down" to anyone. You and I have a compact and my responsibility is to entertain you as richly as possible, always giving you as much extra as I can. I assume you are intelligent and will enlist your own imagination. You'll see that when you read the Dune excerpt and the other stories in this collection.
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby semuta » 16 Aug 2009 22:57

    this forum is full of bastards who have less interest in discussing dune than they do in being childish aggressive losers. I'm out of here, there's a higher grade reality.
    That's how I wrote the novel, wanting you to participate with the best of your own imagination. I did not aim for the lowest common denominator and 'write down" to anyone. You and I have a compact and my responsibility is to entertain you as richly as possible, always giving you as much extra as I can. I assume you are intelligent and will enlist your own imagination. You'll see that when you read the Dune excerpt and the other stories in this collection.
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby SandRider » 16 Aug 2009 23:25

    semuta wrote:this forum is full of bastards who have less interest in discussing dune than they do in being childish aggressive losers. I'm out of here, there's a higher grade reality.


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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby SandChigger » 16 Aug 2009 23:29

    semuta wrote:this forum is full of bastards who have less interest in discussing dune than they do in being childish aggressive losers. I'm out of here, there's a higher grade reality.

    No, basically what you're saying is that YOU can't discuss Dune like a normal person, you HAVE to inject your own personal "NABS" agenda and "esoteric knowledge" into the discussion WITHOUT providing any references or supporting evidence. (Those wingnut YouTube links do not count.)

    Grow up. Or start taking your meds again.
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby SandRider » 16 Aug 2009 23:32

    I love how he just ignored me all night.
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    Re: subakh ul kuhar

    Postby SandChigger » 16 Aug 2009 23:54

    He's back again, so you may still get the attention you deserve. ;)
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