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All of this transpired while I was deep asleep in a frustrated parody of rest dying alone at the bottom of the world while my couch was trying to eat me. Daring to lie upon her, the crime of touching base with the world without being fully in love with her, I think that is … Continue reading The Parable of the Barefoot Mermaid Sex Dream At the Hot Air Balloon Race
One begins to know the shifts in mood of one's beloved, by the way certain places on their bodies smell as they burn https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwIFlX3bW9s I leave it burning and count the deadA jilted lover, a one time friendIt reeks of incestIt reeks of painErase my anguish, forget your name Can't see the futureI just break … Continue reading Questions a Pioneer Facing The Jungle Asks of Their Beloved, One’s Trusty Machete
LISTEN, ALYOSHA The Grand Inquisitor "EVEN this must have a preface- that is, a literary preface," laughed Ivan, "and I am a poor hand at making one. You see, my action takes place in the sixteenth century, and at that time, as you probably learnt at school, it was customary in poetry to bring down … Continue reading Nietzsche and Dostoevsky are the Philosophers to Watch This Season. Nietzsche set the Agenda and Mapped it All Out Before Losing His Mind, And Dostoevsky Clearly Delineated Why Man is 100% Morally Justified in Murdering God, Although the Matter of Salvation Then Falls Squarely In Our Own, All Too Human Hands
SCHOPENHAUER AS EDUCATOR, by Friedrich Nietzsche from his work 'Untimely Meditations', also translated as Unfashionable Observations and Thoughts Out Of Season, consists of four works, started in 1873 and completed in 1876. Section 2. In order to describe properly what an event my first look into Schopenhauer's writings was for me, I must dwell for … Continue reading Nietzsche Decribes His Early Desire for a Philosophical Teacher, And His Discovery of Arthur Schopenhauer – A Passage from ‘Untimely Meditations’ that Speaks to Wisdom in Tough Times
In the next episode of my weekly Cyberpunk video blog, I'll continue discussing Augmented Reality games and Nietzschean self-created meaning, through a deliberation on Vampire Roleplaying Games (Vampire: The Masquerade). Taking up the case from the film I watched this week, ‘The Night Stalker’ (1972), about a lone reporter in a gritty 1970s Las Vegas, … Continue reading 05.15.2020> The Social Construction of Reality RPG Limited Edition Third Eye Dice Set
Here's the second weekly installment of the new weekly video blog I am doing. I am working on them usually on Sundays and trying to release on late Sunday or Monday each week going forward, but am still working out some kinks and getting some better equipment for audio and video. Please let me know … Continue reading 05.10.2020>Weekly Neuronal (Dis)Patch – Cyberpunk Philosophy and Art Vlog #2