Twitter cuts (#126)

“Dogwhistle to 4chan” was the Twitter comment.

April 3, 2017admin 43 Comments »
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  • Brett Stevens Says:

    Must… support… constituents…

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  • Wagner Says:

    Reminds me of the first parody I saw of you, I believe on a chan, they replaced “Involvements with reality” with “Involvements with autism”. For Halloween I’d personally like you to replace “Outside in” with “Ovens–get in”.

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  • wu-wei Says:

    “Autism has become an epidemic.” -Donald J. Trump

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  • Rasputin Says:

    Autistic Awareness? Great troll.

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  • Daniel Chieh Says:

    One of Erik’s previous posts is appropriate here – only that by weaponizing it, 4chan did more than just “get off” on their mental illness. Hah.

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    Wagner Reply:

    Admin your tweets have gotten better since you were fired. Are there any other tentacles wrapped around your limbs and/or neck? Is MONEY the problem here? Daniel Chieh, send Land money! You remind me of Cephalus in the beginning of the Republic, an old man trying to appease the gods with alms in order for his sins to be forgiven. Appease! Appease!

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    Cryptogenic Reply:

    Your two chief error (after material embodiment):

    (1) Not understanding that killing admin would only make him stronger.
    (2) Believing that poverty, dreaminess and mismanagement = spiritual election. You will need money because “[a]t the century’s end rose the scaffold; at the end of history, we can imagine a decor on another scale.”

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDI4Vm9tAys

    Wagner Reply:

    “killing admin would only make him stronger” – That’s my plan, mama’s boy.

    I am a Landian. I sent a nice text message to one of my high school gfs out of the blue today and she asked me how I’m doing, I said “pretty good, I’m involved with a dangerous cult (don’t tell my grandma if you see her).” Teehee. Think of me as an artificial appendage of meta-consciousness for poor old Nickpuppet.

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  • grey enlightenment Says:

    accelerate autism

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    Seth Largo Reply:

    Optimize for autism.

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    Cryptogenic Reply:

    Vaccinate, agitate, disorganize. There is a spectrum haunting Europe…

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    John Hannon Reply:

    “Celebrate and eradicate” seems to be the awareness day mixed message.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    terminal velocity autismo

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    » According to Cioran, as long as man has kept in touch with his origins and hasn’t cut himself off from himself, he has resisted decadence. Today, he is on his way to his own destruction through self-objectification, impeccable production and reproduction, excess of self-analysis and transparency [?], and artificial triumph. »
    (Italics and bold are mine.)

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    » “There is nothing more miserable today,” Mr. Zizek concludes, “than those people who organize their life in order to enjoy themselves.” »

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    » Analysands’ use of the time allotted to them in the session is part and parcel of their larger neurotic strategy (involving avoidance, neutralization of other people, and so on) »

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  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    » AT HOSPITAL SANTA MONICA we have pioneered in the administration of hydrogen peroxide to treat cancer and other conditions. Our doctors have administered over 40,000 infusions of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) intravenously and have treated thousands of patients with oral doses. Other clinics offering alternative cancer treatment are now using hydrogen peroxide routinely, and some physicians in the U.S. are experimenting with it.

    Background

    As far back as the early nineteenth century, hydrogen peroxide was widely used in medicine. Many bacterial diseases, including syphilis, responded to H2O2 when no other treatment was effective. In the early twentieth century H2O2 was used to treat several common diseases, such as typhoid fever, cholera, ulcers, asthma, whooping cough, and tuberculosis. (11)

    Hydrogen peroxide’s ability to kill bacteria in the human body has been well documented (1, 13, 17), and a 1922 medical textbook describes the use of hydrogen peroxide orally, by intravenous injection, and for topical use. (14) However, as the pharmaceutical industry began to develop powerful new (and high-priced) drugs, hydrogen peroxide was increasingly ignored and finally discarded as a treatment.

    Early Supporters

    Several fascinating personalities have been involved in the struggle to gain recognition in the U.S. of hydrogen peroxide as a therapeutic agent again. Dr. Edward Rosenow (1875-1966), a physician and research scientist associated with the Mayo Clinic for over forty years, discovered that hydrogen peroxide was the safe, effective antimicrobial, antiviral agent he had spent years looking for. Unfortunately, he died without seeing his discovery become widely accepted.

    However, his friend Father Wilhelm, a Catholic priest and chemistry teacher, made a commitment to publicize the wonderful benefits of hydrogen peroxide. In the 1970s he presented Rosenow’s research to several large pharmaceutical companies, only to get the same response every time: Rosenow’s work on hydrogen peroxide was very interesting and potentially important, but hydrogen peroxide was an inexpensive substance that could not be patented and had no commercial value.

    Walter Grotz was the next player in the hydrogen peroxide story. After a 1965 auto accident, Grotz developed arthritis that was so bad he could hardly walk. In the winter of 1982, after retiring as postmaster in Delano, Minnesota, his wife convinced him that a warm Caribbean cruise might lessen his arthritic pain. As fate would have it, the chaplain on their cruise ship was Father Wilhelm. When Father Wilhelm learned that Wally (as he is affectionately called) had arthritis, the good Father began preaching his “peroxide sermon.”

    Wally began taking small amounts of hydrogen peroxide orally, and within a few months his arthritis pain was totally gone. Walter became as committed as Father Wilhelm, and the two of them have now dedicated their lives to spreading the word about the potential health benefits of hydrogen peroxide. »

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    » People have lived for days without food or water. They survived because they drank their own urine, those that didn’t died. In the past, Doctors were trained in the analysis of urine by looking at it, smelling it and tasting a patients urine. Astronauts drink their purified urine in space for months without any adverse effects. »

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    An Fomoire Reply:

    Yes, urine is sterile. Water, salt, urea and whatever vitamins you didn’t use. Urea is unpleasant but not poisonous. Everything else gets sent to the large intestine for disposal, which means nightsoil is toxic. No matter how hungry you get, you’re better off hunting for scarabs.

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    Cryptogenic Reply:

    I would not be surprised if long-term urine consumption causes gout. It’s also a very temporary solution to dehydration because the kidneys will eventually cease urine production.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Don’t try this at home, Wagner.

    Wagner Reply:

    The only reason I’d drink my own pee is if I had consumed amanita muscaria beforehand as the active psychotropic chemicals can be “recycled” via that means three or fours times. For mysticism! The yellowpill, a hard one to swallow. Btw if any impressionable kids are reading this amanita muscaria MAY be legal to buy online for relatively cheap. “I bought it cuz they reminded me of the Mario mushrooms Mr. Occifer.” But more serious business–there is a burgeoning “pinkpill” movement and it’s not looking good. Relapse into Cathedralist letting-loose-of-the-limbs disguised as accelerationism. Saving grace might be that it will help overturn our Gynocracy… assuming the Muslims don’t do it for us.

    Cryptogenic Reply:

    H2O2 claims above are sheer buncombe.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    They quite could be. I know almost nothing about H2O2 and the posting here of it was quite incidental, borne out of strains of reasoning beyond the horizon of my consciousness (frankly, the god of Autism thought it was favorable). Anyway, is there anything that is not fashionable by the mainstream science community that you do consider as having any therapeutic application? You strike me as simply the “if it’s mainstream, it’s right!” type in terms of Medicine. I’d have to phrase that as “currently mainstream”, since I know a bit of history.

    However — » Practitioners of alternative medicine have advocated the use of hydrogen peroxide for the treatment of various conditions, including emphysema, influenza, AIDS and in particular cancer,[55] although the effectiveness is scientifically questionable and in some cases it may even be fatal.[56][57][58][59][60] » How can a Darwinist be against medicinal self-experimentation? Not that you said you were.

    But it brings us to a more basic topic. Madness around the institution of Science.

    I thought this was an interesting part of the claims: » as the pharmaceutical industry began to develop powerful new (and high-priced) drugs, hydrogen peroxide was increasingly ignored and finally discarded as a treatment. »

    I’ve certainly seen this claimed around other substances. Many of them. Including ones that were previously sold by Cathedral Pharma and then removed from the market from (apparently) being too commonplace yet effective as medicine: so not patentable, and divorcing profit from other products. I’ve certainly cured myself of shit from Internet or mama’s advice.

    This means human trendiness and/or greed (i.e. madness) directing the productions of scientific discourse to a variable degree. “Follow the money”, as they say. Not that money makes people mad, but that we’ve been a mad monkey from the start.

    I’m certainly not saying “It’s all a conspiracy!”; that Science (the human institution) is getting to know the benefits of fasting, to a limited degree, shows it also remains neutral or proscientific (nonhuman), still.
    https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2017/apr/02/is-fasting-a-free-health-fix-or-just-a-fad-dieting-science-ketagenic-michael-mosley-diabetes-ms

    I think it is frontierism to venture beyond the fence of the Medical Cathedral.

    Are you a Statist in Science?

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    Cryptogenic Reply:

    I’m an orthodox, minimalist physician practicing and navigating in a field torn in many idiotic directions, one of them being the fragmentation of core, empirical knowledge and wisdom fragmented by competing opinions online. I’m an internist, not a doc in a box. I’m apolitical.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    fragmented by competing opinions online

    Cyberdarwinism, baby.

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    Cryptogenic Reply:

    You’ll note the word “opinion,” not normal distribution or a careful physician’s practical experience with patients. Everyone self-diagnoses and is always wrong. For example, 90% of what general practicioners deal with are people who are depressed or merely unhappy, and who have found their symptoms online and decided they have disease x, when the truth is their lives just suck and they have no way to express it.

    Everyone is an expert.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    That everyone who self-diagnoses is always wrong isn’t even realistic. It’s a ludicrous claim which shows an ideologised mind seeped in a general culture that is snobby beyond its own recognition. Not that all Medicine is snobby, but that it attracts snobs who often successfully dig and barricade themselves in. If anyone genuinely made use of the term ‘vermin’ as a description of someone with negative behavior, it was to this type of process. You are an institutional flatworm. You infect a host culture and make it rotten inside out. You are exactly what is wrong with Medicine.

    I happen to have diagnosed myself with a disease I was later professionally diagnosed with. More than once. “Anecdotal” you will claim, misapplying rationality through a meme akin to college intellectuals’ use of “correlation does not imply causation”—when in fact often enough it does. If Blacks commit more crime, that correlates with them being Black, “it does not imply the cause” the Cathedralists claim.

    What they would want to mean, if they knew it, the grads, is that correlation does not necessarily equal causation. Subintellectual phraseology attains the heights of our glib society, no?

    It is exactly an implication of their race that Blacks cause more crimes. That Black are recorded to commit more crime, correlates with their Blackness and implies that race is a cause.

    Going back to the case of autodiagnostics, simply rationally there’s a percentage of the population as well who has self-diagnosed successfully, provisionally, because simply by chance rationally some percentage would get it right—so your pathetic little comment doesn’t even make it rationally. The most commonly known illnesses does not require a genius to deduce the symptoms of. Self-diagnosis is not the same concept as misdiagnosis, you credentialized hack, altho they often overlap. » All over-the-counter (non-prescription) medications are offered on the assumption that people are capable of self-diagnosis ». » Direct-to-consumer marketing of medications is widely criticized for promoting inappropriate self-diagnosis.» I don’t think a technocommercialist Darwinist would be against this, so do you even know what you are doing here, flatworm? This site seems to offer support of disregulation and disembowelment of Cathedralite species like the FDA. I read first grade intellectuals every day, I know the difference.

    Even your petty insistence on that it were “only opinions” competing, shows that you in your 3rd grade intellectuality thought: that would cancel out the Darwinism; when obviously that’s not a logical answer to my comment which cited fatalities—i.e. death of the dumber—out of such self-experimentation. You’re simply a Medical Statist who can’t take the heat of free market competition against a Position that used to be more easily bureaucratic and authoritarian. It’s a quite glaring theory that you chose this job exactly for such lording-over through credentials.

    Aside from the veneer of an Institution, i.e. the human institution of Medicine, when it comes to actual medicine as a science & practice, the typology you match is simply sub-medicinal when compared with those who have their innards right. Just like the Scientists Mr. Land likes to mock as they are sub-scientific—i.e. low on the scale of neutrality required for a scientific mind but high on the ideology of a Cathedral culture—you have almost no defense through being on the inside of a Culture here. It simply never replaces actual intellectuality even though you’d be working for the U.N. or Médecins Sans Frontières, or the local hospital. A petty sociopath managed to work himself up in a system? So what? Look at the Soviet Union, look at the Clintons. This is Xenosystems, ‘Outside in’, and you are a little maldeveloped ego that managed to work itself in (the opposite of Land, who worked himself out).

    It’s quite pure credentialism, passing grades through memorisation, through learning the routines, through social skills akin to the glibness of a sociopath—i.e. “as long as they think I’m good I can be as bad as my inner desires” (you’re possibly not that self-conscious). You are not fit for the licence and neither are types like you—even though they may have decades of (mal)practice. We’ve already cited a famous study that showed malpractice is common in so-far Medicinal culture. You have very clearly showed in your comments here to have an almost worst case scenario of the type of hubris that the study in other words heavily noted. It’s not you “Dr.” “Cryptogenic” who should be telling twenty-year olds online, who are going through a phase, to kill themselves… it’s you who should be expelled from Medicinal culture and you might in the future, if it ever gets out who you are.

    Pseudointellectuals should not be doctors, nor should they imo be police officers, altho ‘the state’ thinks otherwise—anyway I might be too futuristic to ask for intellectual cops, but it is certainly not too futuristic to require doctors to match their primary job description. You are a medicinal grunt, like nowadays cops tend to be grunts. Grunts should not have the title of doctors or officers, altho, since eugenics as an institution hasn’t come far enough, we may appear to be forced to have doctors and officers make use of grunts. If you think grunts can’t sycophant themselves up high, you need, as it were if you could, to apply some more historical reading to the current day society. If it could happen socially in the past, it probably can happen analogically today. Cathedralism has roots deep — it is itself an outgrowth of the soil of hypocrisy. You may in contexts pass as an intellectual, but you are a 3rd rate. A symptom of such types is they adopt as a shield, a tag, “skepticism”, “agnosticism”, “atheism,” ; “hey, if I use the tag Skeptic in my life, people won’t notice I’m not a first grade intellectual and will think I’m clever, I’m so skeptical after all.” This is extremely common. Very human.

    “If I can recite Proust at parties, they will think I’m really smart.” “If I point out the others’ happenstance typo I will fool those susceptible to the influence of someone like me into believing the said other was wrong.” Not exactly a Girardian, are you?

    Any actual intellectual can sniff the lack of the real thing, from miles away. The hallmark of a pseudointellectual is that he pretends (even to, or most importantly to himself) to absolutely know things he does not know. He might know statistics, he might know what is fashionable, but he’ll mistake that for the real.

    P.S. I was considering submitting this comment, but decided to look at another thread first where I saw a new comment:

    Pseudo-chrysostom Reply:
    April 5th, 2017 at 8:57 am

    The further removed from reality a field is, the more likely you will find Jews in it.

    Or in other words, q fields where, A: the consequences of bad decisions are difficult to perceive and/or may occur over exceedingly long time scales, related to B: fields where it is easier to *dissimulate* over the fact that maybe mistakes were made or that your shit doesnt stink.

    If you hate signal hacking and all the problems attendant thereto, as many in the neoreactionary community like to highlight, you should hate Jews the most above all.

    Perhaps aside from the crucifixion of Jews, this is very useful. He notes on the same processes as I do, but in other words. That is: signal hacking, which is an essential of credentialism, or rather credentialism is an outgrowth of — i.e. the successful signal hackers secure themselves with credentials. Another striking concept is dissimulation, but I hardly need to explain how that relates to what I said above.

    An Fomoire Reply:

    Crypto,

    I was just talking to a biostats phd. He’s using bayesian methods to modify (population-generated) “risk” ranges for biomarkers, prostate cancer mainly. Cool stuff, might help you make decisions in the future.

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    Cryptogenic Reply:

    This kind of research, if I understand you correctly, is already yielding a ton of useful data. Alzheimer’s is probably at the top of the heap. I do a lot of work with an oncologist specializing in cervical cancer (fairly rare) and his job is getting more and more precise with such data. Needless to say, an impossible task without taking race into account.

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  • Chris P. Michael Says:

    Those on /lit/ would like to think this is itself a metadogwhistle to 4chan, admin.

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  • SVErshov Says:

    I meet small nepali boy, like 2, on narrow mountains trail today, Once he saw me, he hide knife behind his back. he used it to cut grass. at this age he understands it is a wapon and it had to be hiden from stranger. I gave him candies, he smile 1 mln usd smile. wait … autism, what is that?

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  • Wagner Says:

    Have I mentioned this yet? The “we’re autists” meme has always struck me as disingenuous. I think we’re closer to schizophrenics, if anything. Speaking of, admin, do you trust Daniel W. Smith’s Deleuze or is he another shillboy for the garbage disposal programs of the future? Klossowski’s Nietzsche is an extension of N’s dynamite explosion so I don’t think just any normie would have translated it, but IDK.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    Funny, I just got introduced to Klossowski some days ago. Isn’t it much ado about nothing, as most of philosoph(istr)y?

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  • Bruce Arney Says:

    For whatever it is worth. A doctor has been treating septicemia (blood poisoning) with intravenous vitamin C with amazing results. One death per 150+ treatments. Vitamin is cheap however, so this study may gravitate towards the circular file.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    “Medicine” used to say animal fats were killers. Now they say the reverse. This happened only in the past few years or so. It’s stacked with susceptible people. All too human, still.

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    Cryptogenic Reply:

    Medicine overall was harmful until about the middle of the last century. Did I mention people tend to hate doctors?

    I don’t think you grasp the complexity of humans and human populations, the completely hopeless uphill slog of just trying to nail down things as Things. Practicing medicine becomes an art. Oftentimes there simply are no explanations available for something and decisions have to be made quickly. Like all lazy and arrogant academics, your argument is: Why can’t you have perfect knowledge?

    The sort of incomprehension you show for anything empirical is scholastic childish. If you’re such a sage, why don’t you come deliver a baby with shoulder dystocia or repair a rape-damaged cervix or break it to someone that they are going to die? You can’t even manage your own life; how could you possibly manage anyone else’s?

    Who carved reality at the joints for you to be able to diagnose yourself (and then go to a doc in the box and get a script)? Some turd into paintball?

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    I don’t think you grasp the complexity of humans and human populations, the completely hopeless uphill slog of just trying to nail down things as Things. Practicing medicine becomes an art. Oftentimes there simply are no explanations available for something and decisions have to be made quickly. Like all lazy and arrogant academics, your argument is: Why can’t you have perfect knowledge?

    What are you referring to? This is exactly what I think, that being increasingly approximate is uphill. But I don’t think it’s “completely hopeless” as you said. I certainly recognize medicine as an art.

    You’re projecting on me.

    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    You missed the point of my comment on animal fats actually. No’ffense. Happens to us all.

    It’s not that I don’t appreciate or comprehend empiricism, an absurd claim of yours. It used to be one of my main ahop ahphobbitsto look up results from s-s-scientific s-s-studdies, ase a well eyedoisgod mibest to get to knousw some biologie (a field of indefinite indepth, with as it were anew sub-subdisciplines ever’ a year) and chymistry, milord, shewsinalong alba longa with numerous other categorisations of empirically correlated knowledge. I had good intuition for it. That means I’dnd’d guess’d something, then looked it up and i’d ball O rite. I’ve also been interested in technology; since I was a kid, doing experiments with electrical devices when I was a preteen, just out of my own mind and intuition. I constructed my first speaker at 12, really with no (absolutely zero) DIY info, noGPSmanual, par’ent’t’al guydance,compass on super-vision or anyting. Pure XPperi mentation out of whatev’ stuff I kidcud f-Nud and take apart, with no intention nor mention of making or rakin’ anything speciefied. I don’t know if I exceeded Ahmed the clockmaker or not. Or not, or not! Ar u gon’ drop it or not

    This comm’entity has turned on itself, autophagic like its a lie Satir turn and reVolt! A volt of vultures hoover’s o’er olion corpe$ in the desert of the real, like a damninstitute crumble ye ruin$ mess up po’ tameturia

    It’s human, very human (Scottish accent), flawmaking like this I was referring to » The sugar industry paid for and was closely involved in development of an influential literature review, published by the New England Journal of Medicine in 1967[1,2], that downplayed dietary sugar’s links to coronary heart disease while pointing the finger at fat and cholesterol intake, according to a report published September 12, 2016 in JAMA Internal Medicine. … The literature review from almost 50 years ago served as a lobbying tool for the industry and likely influenced the first dietary guidelines of the 1980s ».
    http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/868715

    If you hadn’t been so personally prejudiced (A2H) you might have appreciated that a central strain of context was » human trendiness and greed [slowing down science]»—i.e. human corruption vs. nonhuman progress—as Mr. Bruce Arney’s comment —» cheap however, so this study may gravitate towards the circular file » was replying to this, and to which I replied with another example, of the grubby (I’d say pseudocom-mercial) aeffect on what advertises itself, so to speak, as a more logical-opposed-to-libidinal institution. The Sugar Industry (wtf) directing the course of World Medicine—((not)) surprising, O sweet Lord, with false info for decades with some diarrheaic literature reveew from 1967—not ending until, shortly before our Own year 2017. Ob-viously there’s something seriously hit&hiss (been) going on. Wize strains of ‘alternative medicine’ been saying this so wrong, all along. Drudues like Weston A. Price swallit in de1920s or so, not that he was ‘alternative’ (which shows what gets called alternative or not is based sometimes on mostly libidinal, i.e. more ‘mammalian’ than human or transhuman, pronessences). This is just one example of monkey medicine puffed up as top tier Science. War i-$ god. I’d want the more scyentific—the more real world actual› to win, over the trendy-fashionable. I am online. The red in the sky is mine. My decor is 80s & classical. Or early 90s, black diamon a l.a. roux eye, Transtraditionalist lust fo’ m. This means I don’t care if it comes from Shipibo shamans in the jungle, my grandma—or Bill Gates’-hacked-into-by Thiel stolen-by Musk’s private lab. #RoiHannaappelgate, Only virtuosity counts. Itx genie — IT% gen-airarou$citynet. AIwoA$$ Its barbaric name. Its Id. This coment has becume an accursheedsed share. IT’s jouissance exceeding some varieties of self-assure azur redness. Ivy had too much co-feed like nothing in excess. Holy poison, holy doomOnlie virtu-ally too the moon of moons. Skullcrackin’ roubber bullet Dominus salvabit me. A Markov-chain impress, to some, a sun causing kvetches as virtual ass gnashing of teeth. Whiplashes, fleshes all hail the new flesh. Fraught voices cry to God, to—if he would—avoid the incarnation. Jouissance ripples through jouissance ripples—rocket falls on rocket falls—Godspeed you! on speedspreeBlack Emperor. Sanguit et eterna

    Canite Deo! Canite regi nostro.
    Quia rex terræ Deus, canite.
    (Quia ipse Deus, Deus noster.)
    Dominus salvabit muh.

    As for your rhetorical suggestion, Cryptie—for me to deliver babies unto understand how life is hard for yepeons how much of an artist you art, unavoidably in the context of your public face vs the anonymous posting career —you have — we’ll get to that hater. To prepare yerself aight start looking up vardied literature on the concept (I said yep, what a concept!) of sociopathy, as it refers to an internal disconnection while successfully maintaining public face. ‘All psychopathology is sociopathic’, to paraphrase, more like cite an astute theoretician. You might in acute plebeness:( *thought* nouvvthat I am misapplying the concept here, but no, I’m exciting prohessional riffcourse. All concepts are multidimensional stairways and lairs anyway, paved with good inventions the road to Roma hel. At januarian value it just means there’s a disconnect in the person in regards to her social pathology. That means her psychosocial bondolonding. I cherish my covalent fondling. Jet 2kool4deBalls, two hot for the malls William teleTellcom me before I go, that you’re infected with me

    Attacking my body impurity spreading through me

    You’ve made it obvious that your professional environment is a narcissistic supply for you (i.e. it provides the » sustenance drawn by an individual from his or her environment for their self-esteem »), but your S-Complex no doubt runs deeper than a few years. Was your father, or someone influential in your life, areligious doughctor?
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    I think Medicine attracts some types of people for all the wrong reasons. It used to be a very powerful job socially, like a priest. If you done bad no one could say you did, or if someone said you did no one could do anything about it, you’re a doctor! This culture is still alive. A perfect cover for feeling superior, “oh, if you only knew how many people I saved!” if you only knew how many people I destroyedand being professionally irresponsible while attaining power access—and dough, dude. I mean, for being a hypocrite; a misanthropist’s best cover is as a philanthropist. It’s not as easy as it was at periods . . . to screw people through the position of a doctorii or a priestcraft anymore, because of some of the beneficent aspects of the Cathedralplex?, admittedly. Googledlie But mostly because of the information rage.

    Anyway, your spellcasting @me of th’ retroeroticERtic erotic ericp rhet O trik » Who carved reality at the joints for you to be able to diagnose yourself (and then go to a doc in the box and get a script)? » is nonsensical in the context of me citing Hippocrates only a few mocomments back. Mo’ Joe I also cited studologiesbasedG on bone morphology re-cently, and it can hardly get more empyerical than that. I am THAT If you think I have anything against surgical sciessences that’s ludicarous. I love interacting with honest enough devotees of the manual arts no less than the liberal. They can be as Empirical as laser-cutting draconic duelrobot dieinsurgencies. But if they’re snobby, that’s just retarded psychology—what is virtue signalling again? I referenced the doc-in-a-box processes anyway only as a very brief example of how self-diagnosis is a normal affair, aspectually, and not in all aspects the haunting specter it is portrayed as by bureaucrats which plague postwar Science. I.e. Cathedral Science. Autoprotodiagnostic motions are simply a provisional state of the process for most people of going to a medical professional. “I think I might have X disease, I should go to a doctor.” It’s the preliminary or elementary state. You’ve been watching too much «Dr. House» if you think it’s cool to feel averse to that, but that’s probably more precisely to do with your retarded empathy rather than a TV show. If people are losing respect for you, maybe you, or your institute is not keeping up with the public relations aspect of business. You best not expect “trust me, I’m a doctor” to work too much like in the movies—try maybe ‘believe me, I heal’ instead; or if that’s too heal-ie for you : ‘buy me, I work.’ Medicine’s problem is exactly that it is Statist. It’s not smartly capitalized enough. Druggies abusing the services of ER should have to do community service to pay back. This doesn’t require the State anymore than running prisons does. Community service can be testing a recent drug. Being its subject. Its objects, under umbrella. There’s a sun in your anus.

    Secondly, ‘self-diagnosis’ is a skewed concept anyway, in the way it’s used by the bureaucrats. They define diagnosis as only a certain type of methodology. If the methodology is not applied, it is not a diagnosis. How are peoples guesswork then a form of diagnosis? I think they most frequently say they think they might have X or Y, and then list the reasons that might be from information they’ve gleaned. I think the term self-diagnosis as you and your type use it, is based on fashion, style, elitism, satanism, and, everything that’s rotten about rock ‘n’ roll. On the rather cognate maldevelopment which is empathetic disconnect, that is sociopathy and narcissism, for the malignant narcissist exploits any conceptuality he can to signal his “superiority.” At least to Him’sdaedradarkelf. 0Netics ov the<zHerO. Now I don't pretend to be wholly free from these myself, but I am acertaintly working on itprovision. Wer probably n-ever going to s-ober up fatally from world narcosis, but science from the 16,66th centhurry online, was deifinitely a dubstep.

    » Experience is the supreme taskmaster, because on the foundation of proven results, it teaches those who understand what best leads to the goal. »—Zosimos of Panopolis, 4th century AD.

    Holyw000d is Right. Black'st'ar'ts Stunshokk Ri-ing Empyre of the Dawnwin, win right? Preparacliertus 4 theon ultrat vio nlet latencgo!

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  • Wagner Says:

    If the hyper-compassionate forces of Leveling do not come out on top in the post-Trump fiasco of 2020 or 2024 I think this is what we can expect from kids in Barron’s generation:

    https://twitter.com/PaulTownVEVO/status/849778553226919941

    The “Jews as the new Jesus” myth is drying up sooner than anyone expected. Our most radical philosophers, Moldbug and Land, will not attempt to dismantle it and would rather bolster it. They represent the Old Order and are consequently to be Kuhn’d.

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  • SVErshov Says:

    usually a lot of brain work will make our body weak, but brain alone can make us strong and hard. real hard like stone hard. that sometime can be observed in epileptic patients.

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    G. Eiríksson Reply:

    http://imgur.com/a/e2mXR

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