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March 5th, 2007
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jiblree
March 5th, 2007
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nice ear raep
March 5th, 2007
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You destroyed my ears >:(
March 6th, 2007
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LOL
March 6th, 2007
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my favorite site, evar.
March 6th, 2007
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that's gotta hurt
March 7th, 2007
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You are the master milk!
March 7th, 2007
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this is what i hear when i dont want my parents to know im playing pokemons at night, one earplug falls out and i must hold the gameboy up to the window to get light from the street lights.
March 8th, 2007
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1 for ear rape and f*ggotry
March 8th, 2007
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F*g
March 11th, 2007
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March 11th, 2007
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To begin with -- we're not what you'd call -- human. Over the past two hundred years -- A kind of consciousness formed layer by layer in the crucible of the White House. It's not unlike the way life started in the oceans four billion years ago. The White House was our primordial soup, a base of evolution --
July 17th, 2007
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TAKE BACK THE WHITE HOUSE!
March 11th, 2007
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We are formless. We are the very discipline and morality that Americans invoke so often. How can anyone hope to eliminate us? As long as this nation exists, so will we.
March 11th, 2007
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Cut the crap! If you're immortal, why would you take away individual freedoms and censor the Net?
March 11th, 2007
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Jack, don't be silly.
March 11th, 2007
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Don't you know that our plans have your interests -- not ours -- in mind?
March 11th, 2007
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What?
March 11th, 2007
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Jack, listen carefully like a good boy!
March 11th, 2007
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The mapping of the human genome was completed early this century. As a result, the evolutionary log of the human race lay open to us.
March 11th, 2007
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We started with genetic engineering, and in the end, we succeeded in digitizing life itself.
March 11th, 2007
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But there are things not covered by genetic information.
March 11th, 2007
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What do you mean?
March 11th, 2007
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Human memories, ideas. Culture. History.
March 11th, 2007
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Genes don't contain any record of human history.
March 11th, 2007
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Is it something that should not be passed on? Should that information be left at the mercy of nature?
March 11th, 2007
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We've always kept records of our lives. Through words, pictures, symbols... from tablets to books...
March 11th, 2007
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But not all the information was inherited by later generations. A small percentage of the whole was selected and processed, then passed on. Not unlike genes, really.
March 11th, 2007
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That's what history is, Jack.
March 11th, 2007
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But in the current, digitized world, trivial information is accumulating every second, preserved in all its triteness. Never fading, always accessible.
March 11th, 2007
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Rumors about petty issues, misinterpretations, slander...
March 11th, 2007
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All this junk data preserved in an unfiltered state, growing at an alarming rate.
March 11th, 2007
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It will only slow down social progress, reduce the rate of evolution.
March 11th, 2007
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Raiden, you seem to think that our plan is one of censorship.
March 11th, 2007
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Are you telling me it's not!?
March 11th, 2007
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You're being silly! What we propose to do is not to control content, but to create context.
March 11th, 2007
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Create context?
March 11th, 2007
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The digital society furthers human flaws and selectively rewards the development of convenient half-truths. Just look at the strange juxtapositions of morality around you.
March 11th, 2007
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Billions spent on new weapons in order to humanely murder other humans.
March 11th, 2007
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Rights of criminals are given more respect than the privacy of their victims.
March 11th, 2007
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Although there are people suffering in poverty, huge donations are made to protect endangered species. Everyone grows up being told the same thing.
March 11th, 2007
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"Be nice to other people."
March 11th, 2007
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"But beat out the competition!"
March 11th, 2007
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"You're special." "Believe in yourself and you will succeed."
March 11th, 2007
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But it's obvious from the start that only a few can succeed...
March 11th, 2007
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You exercise your right to "freedom" and this is the result. All rhetoric to avoid conflict and protect each other from hurt. The untested truths spun by different interests continue to churn and accumulate in the sandbox of political correctness and value systems.
March 11th, 2007
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Everyone withdraws into their own small gated community, afraid of a larger forum. They stay inside their little ponds, leaking whatever "truth" suits them into the growing cesspool of society at large.
March 11th, 2007
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The different cardinal truths neither clash nor mesh. No one is invalidated, but nobody is right.
March 11th, 2007
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Not even natural selection can take place here. The world is being engulfed in "truth."
March 11th, 2007
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And this is the way the world ends. Not with a bang, but a whimper.
March 11th, 2007
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We're trying to stop that from happening.
March 11th, 2007
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It's our responsibility as rulers. Just as in genetics, unnecessary information and memory must be filtered out to stimulate the evolution of the species.
March 11th, 2007
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And you think you're qualified to decide what's necessary and not?
March 11th, 2007
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Absolutely. Who else could wade through the sea of garbage you people produce, retrieve valuable truths and even interpret their meaning for later generations?
March 11th, 2007
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That's what it means to create context.
March 11th, 2007
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March 16th, 2007
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lol i love how it gets softer for a few seconds then starts again with the f*cking crazy loud noise
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f*cking 5
July 17th, 2007
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i just realized how much this page is going to get f*cked with due to replys.
July 22nd, 2007
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why not
December 26th, 2009
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F*CK SANDSLASH