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August 26th, 2004


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09:38 am - To whom it may concern:
You know, I have no idea what's up with this, but apparently someone is reading athanasios's journal and forwarding links from it. I guess they've been doing it for a long time.

Whoever it is. . . You're just creating drama. If you don't like athanasios, then why are you reading his journal?

A) you know it's just going to make you mad.
B) forwarding things on just stirs the pot and pisses people off.
C) if you think you're being smart/cool, you ain't.

As a Discordian, I'd like to say one final thing:

If you think you're doing Eris a favour, you aren't. Rememeber the idea of destructive and creative chaos? If you don't, re-read your Principia, because you suck at being a Discordian.

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(from p. 63, Principia Discordia)

To choose order over disorder, or disorder over order, is to accept a trip composed of both the creative and the destructive. But to choose the creative over the destructive is an all-creative trip composed of both order and disorder. To accomplish this, one need only accept creative disorder along with, and equal to, creative order, and also be willing to reject destructive order as an undesirable equal to destructive disorder.
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From:tosk
Date:August 27th, 2004 08:09 am (UTC)
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And what is wrong with being out for blood? Death is as necessary as life.
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From:odinkar
Date:August 27th, 2004 09:29 am (UTC)
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In my opinion, nothing's really wrong with being out for blood, it's just that Set lacks the style to make for a good show.

I've always been of the boat that if you're going to be evil, you can at least look good while doing it, heh heh. ;)

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