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#203625 - 11/21/06 08:58 AM Room 101
JSBlack Offline
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You may choose three items that will be banished forever from the face of the earth and placed into Room 101 What are your three items and why?

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#203626 - 11/21/06 12:06 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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1.) The entire republican party.
2.) The entire democratic party.
3.) Beer.
I know many people will sorely miss beer, but I think that if room 101 has a window and we can watch what ensues it may be worth the sacrifice.

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#203627 - 11/21/06 12:36 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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1) All religious fundamentalists, of all religions
2) Feminazis
3) That "Sexyback" song.
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#203628 - 11/21/06 12:49 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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1. Death.
2. Disease.
3. People I don't like.
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#203629 - 11/21/06 12:54 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: Svengali]
Maya Offline
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Damn! Magister Svengali took my answer!

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#203630 - 11/21/06 02:52 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: TrojZyr]
toad Offline

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Quote:

3) That "Sexyback" song.




The first time I heard that song, I thought a female was singing it. That was a nasty shock.
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#203631 - 11/21/06 04:28 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: Svengali]
TrojZyr Offline
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Magister Svengali has inspired me to think bigger.

In that case, I wish to banish:

1) The deaths and debilitating/painful health problems of myself and those I love
2) Everybody I hate (Benignly irritating, stupid, or blip-on-the-radar twits can stay, for entertainment's sake.)
3) "Sexyback."
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#203632 - 11/21/06 05:12 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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Hmmmmm....

1.) My ex

2.)Bureaucratic redtape

3.)Those multiple choice phone menus they have instead of humans.

Edit: Oh yeah, why? That should be pretty self explanatory. For reason number one, press 22. For reason number two, press 44, for reason number three, press 55, for all other reasons please stay on the thread and noone will bother to answer you.


Hail Satan!


Edited by dragondancer (11/21/06 05:17 PM)
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#203633 - 11/21/06 05:44 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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1) The corksucker who stole a painting from my last show.

2) The bastard(s) who saw this corksucker...and said/did nothing.

3) The corksucker's friends and family, who've seen the piece and not wondered why this particular corksucker is a friggin art collector all of sudden.
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#203634 - 11/21/06 05:47 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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1. Deicide.*
2. Denny's.**
3. Obnoxious people.***

*Because Glenn Benton and the Three Stooges are irritating, pathetic, idiotic, pretentious and I don't like them; period.

**The food is terrible, the service is terrible and the cleanliness is terrible - in my local Denny's, the rest are just going in room 101 because I don't want to take chances.

***They're unecessary assholes and the world would be better off without them.
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#203635 - 11/21/06 05:49 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: dragondancer]
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I code those menus, my personal phone number has one.

1.Everything Magister Svengali just mentioned.
2.Foreign call centres with employees who can't understand what i'm saying.
3.Stupid people (though they generally come under the category of "people I don't like" so i'm not sure if that counts).
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#203636 - 11/21/06 05:52 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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Gee I’d like to be original here but I have to agree with TrojZyr and Magister Svengali on this one.
1. Disease
2. Death
3. Religious Fundamentalist of all stripes
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#203637 - 11/21/06 05:54 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: Cholinergic]
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Quote:

I code those menus, my personal phone number has one.




Ah-hah! Then it is all your fault! If I get rid of you, will I get rid of them?


Hail Satan!
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#203638 - 11/21/06 06:39 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
tekku Offline
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I shall concur that Magister Svengali has nicely summed it up, however here's my response

1. Everything Magister Svengali has said
2. All the Leeches of Society
3. All Criminals
(incl. Murderer's, Thieves, Drug-pushers and addicts etc etc)
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#203639 - 11/21/06 07:15 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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My three items are:
1)Myself
2)M'Lady
3)Unlimited Happiness

And the why is fairly self-explanatory
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#203640 - 11/21/06 07:26 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: toad]
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Quote:

Quote:

3) That "Sexyback" song.




The first time I heard that song, I thought a female was singing it. That was a nasty shock.



Not to get off thread here, but don't feel bad about that. The first time Ozzy Osbourne saw Bret Micheals' picture, (singer from Poison), he actually thought it was a chick. In fact, he even had his people contact Bret's people to ask for a phone number and a date. Imagine the nasty shock that Ozzy got.
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#203641 - 11/21/06 07:33 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: Svengali]
Varg_Gorgon Offline
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Loc: Canada
Magister Svengali pretty much wrote it all, just to clarify:

1. My death.
2. Diseases that may affect me or those who I care about.
3. People I dislike (especially those who smoke, I hate smoking with passion).

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#203642 - 11/21/06 07:44 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: Lazarus]
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Quote:

My three items are:
1)Myself
2)M'Lady
3)Unlimited Happiness

And the why is fairly self-explanatory




Now that....

That Sir... is not only unique and damn romantic...

But perfect. Funny, how everyone was thinking one way but you thought the complete opposite.

Cheers! I like the way you think!

Hail Satan!
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#203643 - 11/21/06 08:04 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: Lazarus]
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Wait, that isn't a female singing?!

Who is it, then?
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#203644 - 11/21/06 08:06 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: Lazarus]
TrojZyr Offline
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"If you were the only girl in the world....and I were the only boy...nothing else would matter in the world today, we could go on living the same old way....

So now we have to kill everybody in the world, so that I can be the only boy, and you can be the only girl."
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#203645 - 11/21/06 10:24 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: TrojZyr]
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1. McDonalds.

2. Mindless pop-culture.

3. Incest.

As different as they all are... they all have a common bond. One leads straight to another. At least in the sense of McDonalds and pop culture. But then again... retarded fatasses who can't think for themselves also remind me of incest babies. Just supersized.
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#203646 - 11/22/06 12:44 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: ModernTantalus]
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That was funny. Thanks for the laugh.
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#203647 - 11/22/06 01:12 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: Poetaster]
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1. Bill O'Reily
2. The president of PETA
3. A chainsaw

OR

1. Fred Phelps
2. An eight-foot tall, born-again Muslim sodomite from death row
3. 2 kilos of Ecstacy

Quote:

1. Deicide.*
2. Denny's.**
3. Obnoxious people.***




Wouldn't your #1 and #2 already be included in #3?
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#203648 - 11/22/06 02:00 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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Quote:

You may choose three items that will be banished forever from the face of the earth and placed into Room 101 What are your three items and why?




1) My mortality: I want to live forever.
2) My ignorance: I never have enough data.
3) My lack of intellegence: I'm smart enough to know I could be smarter.
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#203649 - 11/22/06 05:06 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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1) Daddy Longlegs - What on earth are they for? They just fly around spastically, banging off every wall and disturbing me when I'm sculpting my toenails.

2) American Cars - Hideous, large, boxy horrible vehicles that use up a full tank of petrol in 5 minutes and can't turn corners. An aesthetic disaster on all levels.

3) Koffi Annan - Because he's a complete cunt.

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#203650 - 11/22/06 05:33 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: TrojZyr]
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Who is it, then?

Justin Timberlake.

I remember Steven Colbert talking about it on his show a couple weeks ago.

I've never heard the song, but this is one those cases where I'll take people's word that it sucks.
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#203651 - 11/22/06 07:50 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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Happy Birthday JSBlack,

My choices are:
1) Terminal diseases: Dont want my life cut short and to spend the last years of my life being sad. However I would welcome pain and crippling, so that I can tell pain from pleasure and how to live life in different ways.
2) Evangelists (particularly Westboros and that awful Jesus Camp lady, oh yes and all of Army of God): People who go 'GOD HATES FAGS' just dont quite cut it in my book.
3) Gunther: Some people find it entertaining but Im no masochist.
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#203652 - 11/22/06 10:31 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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1. Linear time. I figure this would make death less important because you could always go back & relive your life, doing things differently.
2. Adam Sandler.
3. Room 101. Just to be sure.

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#203653 - 11/22/06 11:01 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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1. Anyone impeding medical research in any way shape or form.
2. Aspertame and all it's bastard children.
3. Anyone who buys into the latest fashion trend.
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#203654 - 11/22/06 12:45 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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All opinionated self-righteous humans.
All opinionated self-righteous literature.
All opinionated self-righteous thoughts.
Clay Aiken, if that's one too many, I guess I won't get rid of opinionated self-righteous thoughts.

I have to edit this because I need to say "why" I would choose these 3 items:

I feel like the quality of my life would be much better if they didn't exist outside of room 101. And well, have you ever seen Clay Aiken? I mean who would want him out in public unless it was for the same reason cats like moles? To watch it dig a hole in the ground, hide in it, and then dig it up over and over again for something to do.


Edited by ooo (11/22/06 01:06 PM)

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#203655 - 11/22/06 02:46 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: Groundhog]
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1. Welfare
2. Death Row
3. Anchovies as a pizza topping

1. No more should those who work have to pay for those who do not!

2. If someone is found guilty and sentenced to death, they should be executed right away, instead of draining tax dollars.

3. It just ruins my appetite.
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#203656 - 11/22/06 04:10 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: Lust]
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Quote:

1. No more should those who work have to pay for those who do not!





But what if someone needs support whilst looking for a job?

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#203657 - 11/22/06 04:14 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: d1g1t]
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I suppose unemployment insurance hasn't been sent to room 101, yet.
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#203658 - 11/22/06 04:34 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: d1g1t]
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Quote:

Quote:

1. No more should those who work have to pay for those who do not!





But what if someone needs support whilst looking for a job?






No excuses! No exceptions! No buts!
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#203659 - 11/22/06 05:02 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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1. 2pac

Will this guy die alfuckinready?

2. Spangers

No I don't have any change. Fuck off!

3. Racism

We all have assholes. Skin color has nothing to do with the shit.

HS!
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#203660 - 11/22/06 06:37 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: Bill_M]
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That's a good point, Mr. Bill_M.

I think I'll change my three to:

1. Obnoxious people.*
2. Radio programming.**
3. Water-saving toilets.***

*Same reason as I stated before.

**I'm stuck listening to it when I'm on the road for my job, and although I enjoy silence it can often be hypnotizing on a long drive. So when I DO want to listen to some music, I'm left with very little to choose from.

***It's great for saving on the heating & water bill, however, I'm continually left plunging; gets a bit irritating after the first few times - not to be nasty or anything.
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#203661 - 11/22/06 06:58 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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1. Psychic Vampires
2. Oprah (and those like her)
3. Cheap Wine

My reasons, I think, are obvious. I wonder though, is there too
much overlap between #1 and #2
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#203662 - 11/22/06 07:01 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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1.) SUV's (waste of money and resources)
2.) Brand name clothes (why anyone would want to wear a shirt that says "Tommy Hilfiger" when their name is not "Tommy Hilfiger" I do not know.)
3.) Commercials ( I thought the whole reason behind paying for T.V. channels is because they don't receive money from sponsors, so why are there commercials on channels we pay for?).

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#203663 - 11/22/06 07:10 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: DickSteele]
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Quote:

3.) Commercials ( I thought the whole reason behind paying for T.V. channels is because they don't receive money from sponsors, so why are there commercials on channels we pay for?).




To influence the unwashed masses, the Illiterati as I call them, into buying those SUVs and brand name clothes
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#203664 - 11/22/06 08:10 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: d1g1t]
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a savings account, perhaps?

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#203665 - 11/23/06 08:46 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: TrojZyr]
Evil_Eve Offline
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1.) Death
2.)Pseudoscience
3.)Non skeptics

Reasons:

Number one is apparently obvious. We all want to be immortal, or to pass on our mortality to that of another/others.

I don't think that this prospect is impossible either.
With the strides we have Scientifically accomplished, I feel that someone will crack the code.

In my lifetime? I don't know. What I DO KNOW is that we have a better chance/possiblity of immortality now than EVER before.

Exciting!

Pseudoscience:

These nut job Pseudoscientist are harming the human race and Scientific progression greatly.

Pseudoscience is a global trend. It's dangerous! Full of Psychics, entertainers, etc.

Many of our TOP LEAD officials rely on astrolgers and make very BIG descisions based on bogus information that some crack pot relays to them.

It may seem amusing, that people can be so gullible to be swept up by such doctrine but to me it is frightening!

Pseduoscience is what cults are born from. No one is interested in what these cults are and how they began. People tend to simply 'ignore' them.

Ill patched Science (pseudoscience and general superstitions) are the great evils of this world.

I could go into a great diatribe about this and talk Science until the cows come home. Why? Exactly!

The bottom line is this:

GIVE ME FACTS. Don't give me your theories. Don't give me your FAITH. GIVE ME FACTS. I want to see them. I want to witness them. I want them on paper. I want a blueprint.

Talk all you want. Talk until you are blue in the face. Until I see proof? You are just another charlatan. A phoney. A fraud.

Science. NOT FICTION PLEASE.

Okay/end rant.

How wonderful would it be to have EVERYONE (of course I realize this is not possible) to be a skeptic?

To have all question everything.
To have all believe NOTHING until it can be PROVEN beyond a shaddow of a doubt?

Pish posh.

I know this is a pipe dream and one that will never be realized. I know this. I am a REALIST.

However, this thread of course, poses three answers to one hypothetical question.

There is no room 101. There is no such place that would hold the evils, the bigotry, the dogma etc. in this world secure.

I would like to see people that question those in authority. I would like to see people who do NOT slide back into superstiton and darkness.

I would like to END the 'dumbing down of America' and the end of the 'dumbing down' of ALL people in this world.

I don't pick fights. I try not to speak in company often.

I got into a small debate in the Chicago International Airport Crew Room of all damned places last night over such issues.

These idiots that man our airplanes watch the idot box non stop whilst in said crew room quite often.

You know the type. The ones who watch gleefully as America is entertained by the stupidity of others by such shows as Jerry Springer, Judge Mathis, Montel bullshit and the like.

I AM NOT entertained by such things. It sickens me! This is what we have become? Is THIS what we have evolved to?

They think the topic matter is just grand. I simply sit there and wonder....

WHAT IS WRONG WITH THESE PEOPLE???????????

Are there not more intelligent topics of discussion besides 'are you the Father'?

I listened to a pilot talk about a whole slew of issues EVEN on the topic of breast feeding! (on which I might say he was very ill informed) last evening.

From gun control, to abortion, to MORALITY.

AHhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, that is where I opened my mouth.

I was sitting at a table with another group of pilots. This crusty old fart spouting off his rhetoric was of course, alone at his table. Hmmmm wonder why?

Finally, I got up from the table after listening to so much of his BS and said openly: (in part) I cannot remember my exact words but they were something like this:

"This is not a place for you to speak of morals and morality". This is an airline crew room. If I want a lesson in morals, I will find them elsewhere. I feel that your views are dangerous, and on the verge of madness. I'm ending this conversation now."

Sometimes, you have to remove yourself from stupidity. Okay, oft times.

If we could end these superstions, these visions of sugar plums and the like dancing in heads.... if we could all unite the vast intellect that resides in this world?

If we could put it all in a couldron and mix it up a bit.... what could we as the human race achieve? WITHOUT superstition, without fear of boogey men, or god, or some higher being that doesn't exist.

WHAT?!?!

What, could we do?

I feel much more would get done. Put the BS aside and let's concentrate on what is here, what is real.

BS puts a damper on real Science.

I want REAL Science.

Many are SO fearful of the outside world and it's dangers that they GLADLY embrace ANYTHING that promises to soften or explain away their terrors.

With Skeptecism, with Science, we can at the very least attempt to understand the world around us. If you believe EVERYTHING? You will fall for everything.

Damn it, I'm sorry.

Pseudoscientist/ Pseudoscience is something I can rant about/debate about for hours on end.

You asked a question with three possible answers.

Those are mine.

If you want further reason I will be MORE than happy to elaborate.

Until then?

Carry on. Good show.

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#203666 - 11/23/06 08:52 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: Evil_Eve]
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1)Pop music

2)Modern Culture (with the exception of science)

3)Vegetarians

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#203667 - 11/23/06 10:33 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: Evil_Eve]
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Quote:

1. Death




Quite a lot of people here seem to want to be done away with death.

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that will be banished forever from the face of the earth




Thing is that means immortality will be given to everyone and then that will be the day when idiots cannot be wiped off the face of the Earth. Destruction Rituals would just be a few candles, the invocations and a good session of honest emotionalizing without any result. The reprehensible will forever walk the avenues of society and more and more will be spawned.

But it would seem like you are referring to Immortality when applied to yourself (?). Correct me if I'm wrong, I am not trying to stir up an argument just throwing in how I would feel about living forever. If I lived forever, I can do anything, but what happens after the first thousand years, when the world will have gone sour and perhaps I may be exhausted and jaded over with all the joys of the world? Sure, I'd like to live longer but to live forever would mean that eventually I would become weary of the world. So Im not that sure about death.

As with pseudo-science, I completely agree, morons who are out there trying to mix religion with science are impeding the advancement of science.

And the stuff with the idiot box, it's what we need to keep the herd as the herd.
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#203668 - 11/24/06 07:18 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: tovasshi]
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3. Anyone who buys into the latest fashion trend.




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#203669 - 11/24/06 07:35 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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1. My ex-girlfriends: I just want them to vanish...
2. Religions: Because it is a vital ingredient in creating chaos and holy wars, discrimination of beliefs and races, etc.
3. Pain: Everybody hates pain.
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#203670 - 11/24/06 09:57 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: d3icide]
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3. Pain: Everybody hates pain.



Speak for yourself.
A lot of people find pleasure in pain.
One can learn a lot from it.

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#203671 - 11/24/06 10:10 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: Elend]
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Quote:


3. Pain: Everybody hates pain.



Speak for yourself.
A lot of people find pleasure in pain.
One can learn a lot from it.




Pain (the word) can have rather subjective definitions no?

It depends on what type of 'pain' you are referring to.

Is it that of physical pain or emotional/mental pain?

It is a longing? An aching? Or is it a beating. A throbbing. A ball gag?

Pain.

My little toe hurts right now, (sincerely) and I don't LIKE it. Most people don't normally LIKE pain.

We have a brain. When we touch something hot, our nerves send out a signal to our brains that says: OUCH! HOT! PAIN!

Fetishes are a whole different thing when it comes to pain. All animals and humans normally do not LIKE pain.
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#203672 - 11/24/06 01:09 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: Evil_Eve]
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Of course there are many sorts of pain. All of them teach a lesson though.

Quote:


We have a brain. When we touch something hot, our bodies send out a signal to our brains that says: OUCH! HOT! PAIN!



A beautiful example of one of the first lessons everyone learns.
This is one of the reasons I like pain. It keeps me alive. The reactions of our parents teach us that pain is bad and we should minimize it at the instant.
So here's the question.
Do most people, and other animals for that matter, dislike pain because it is natural or because it is imprinted on us from birth?
Most will say natural.
Some will not.
Therefore he can not speak for me.
What kind of pain we are talking about is really moot.
It is the leason learned that is important.
Since it teaches me something, I find pleasure in it.

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#203673 - 11/24/06 03:30 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: Evil_Eve]
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Evil_Eve-you really want all the stupid people alive in the world today to live forever?

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#203674 - 11/24/06 03:36 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: redheadgrl]
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Not really, however, what other choice do I have?

It's all or none. I don't feel comfortable with someone 'choosing' who lives on and who doesn't get that option.

I don't feel comfortable with someone choosing who is intelligent enough for mortality and who isn't intelligent enough.

We can fend for ourselves. We do now don't we?

Look around you. Look at the dolts that surround you.

We can pick out a spade from a deck of cards. Let the blind lead the blind. I myself am skipping over the ditch.
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#203675 - 11/24/06 03:58 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: Evil_Eve]
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I prefer to let people be as self-destructive as they want---commit suicide, overdose on drugs, etc. If they want to die, let them die. The idea of them repeatedly doing stupid things after they finally figure out they aren't going to die isn't something I want to be around.

I wouldn't want to be forced to find ways to avoid or have to endure the company of stupid people for an eternity-that would be punishment to me.

They're tolerable now because their sheep mentality and behavior does present a number of advantages to the intelligent.

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#203676 - 11/24/06 04:33 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: DamnedLucky]
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*shudder*

Have you seen what a lot of guys are wearing these days? You know those emo guys? They cought onto the whole pants around the knees thing, except their pants are skin tight. So instead of looking like you are wearing pants that are way too big, they have this thing where your pants are way too small.
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#203677 - 11/24/06 04:48 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: Elend]
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Pain is the reason we know we are alive. It separetas us from the hipocritical bs that oterhs call christianity. In the christian belief system when you go to heaven it is all supposed to be nice and peacefull. It is perfectly natural then to think that the lack of pain is when you are dead. Otherwords when you can feel pain, you know that you are alive.
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#203678 - 11/24/06 04:54 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: Xsel]
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Pain is the reason we know we are alive. It separetas us from the hipocritical bs that oterhs call christianity. In the christian belief system when you go to heaven it is all supposed to be nice and peacefull. It is perfectly natural then to think that the lack of pain is when you are dead. Otherwords when you can feel pain, you know that you are alive.




Can't I just feel pleasure and know I am alive? Pleasure can be as intense as pain, why does it have to be pain that you choose to feel alive? Seriously I would much rather feel pleasure and say "Ah, there is that wonderful pleasurable feeling that makes me know I am alive!"



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#203679 - 11/24/06 06:29 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: dragondancer]
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Do forgive me Biffo. I inadvertantly skipped over your reply.

Quote:

But it would seem like you are referring to Immortality when applied to yourself (?). Correct me if I'm wrong, I am not trying to stir up an argument just throwing in how I would feel about living forever. If I lived forever, I can do anything, but what happens after the first thousand years, when the world will have gone sour and perhaps I may be exhausted and jaded over with all the joys of the world? Sure, I'd like to live longer but to live forever would mean that eventually I would become weary of the world. So Im not that sure about death.





Indeed, my own mortality.

Weary of the world? I myself, am already weary of this world and much of the occupants who reside in it.

Still, I would like to continue, to carry on, to live forever.

I have a Scientific mind. I do so love the achievements that the human animal has accomplished.

I like reading about a vast many things, but most of all, I like to read about progression.

Cures of ailments, forensics... ahhh forensic Science! My most favourite of all fields of Science!

It's much harder for someone to murder someone else these days.
Hair follicles, fibers, blood spatters and the like.

How wonderful!

If I have to deal with others who are less advanced than myself, who are less inclined to accept Scientific fact? So be it. I deal with these people already on a daily basis.

It's a necessary evil. (Dealing with those who are clueless, with those that are ignorant.)

Makes no nevermind to me. I would like to continue. To do something marverlous. To bring something of worth to this world and if it takes me an eternity to do so? Yes, I will still try.

Yes, my own mortality, but still, I am not comfortable with speaking of others mortality.

I am a god, however I don't choose to be anothers god and make decisions that would end life to those who I would deem 'not worthy' of living forever.

I can't do that. I won't either.

Live and let live.
Live and let die.

The choice is not up to me, thank Lucifers stars.

Edit: I will say this after reviewing this post:

It appears that I may look like some bleeding heart liberal in which I am not. I am a strong supporter of the death penalty. If you are a lowlife scumbag that breaks the law and kills another? I'll happily watch you roast in the electric chair.

I will help hold the needle for your lethal injection.

Okay, moving on now.
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#203680 - 11/25/06 09:48 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: Evil_Eve]
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Well said Evil Eve!

As for the seperate issue of pain. I agree that we must have all forms of pain, yes it remind us that we are alive and kicking and other then that its just like love and hate. You must have both to be a good judge of character and who you truly love. With pain it is a good way to tell pleasure from pain.
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#203681 - 11/25/06 05:58 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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Every time I think of anything there seems to be an advantage as well...

Let's see...

- People who can't listen or won't let you finish a sentence cause they're castrating and exhausting.
- Petty people, cause they're an obstacle to my spontaneity.
- Pseudo-intellectuals, cause they're always trying to trap you on their neat drawers of ranged references, but cannot relate to practical thinking.

Advantages:

- People who can't listen loose details.
- Petty people are easily fed with gossip. They're wonderful messaging devices.
- Pseudo-intellectuals are a wonderful source of references and enhance my capacity to develop original reasoning. They make wonderful caricatures.

HS
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#203682 - 11/25/06 06:20 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: Xsel]
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You should twist your back the way did the day before yesterday and fancy the pain.

I look like my grand ma shortly after "falling from her tripod".

Sitting at home upright on this not very ergonomic chair on a saturday night, feeling very much alive!

Sorry, just releasing the pain...

october1560
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#203683 - 11/25/06 06:28 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: Groundhog]
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I had to laugh on this one!!

Not a good picture, is it?

october1560
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#203684 - 11/26/06 02:58 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: d3icide]
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Quote:


3. Pain: Everybody hates pain.




I watched a video on a little girl with a rare neurological disorder-she can feel no pain. As an infant she blinded herself in one eye and was almost completely blind in the other. Not only would she hurt herself badly and not be aware of it but she had to be watched constantly because she wasn't old enough to understand how to be aware of self-preservation or caution. Without pain, self-preservation will be a learned skill for her.
Most of us have our pain sensors to assist in this learning.

Adults would approach her parents and talk about her enviable condition, her parents would assure them it isn't enviable-quite the contrary.

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#203685 - 12/26/06 07:13 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: TrojZyr]
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hmmm going on this i would like to banish
1. chavs
2.pop music
3.all the bastards that have fucked with my life
4.xmas!!!!
5. family (as mine couldn't care less about me)
6. that faggot Jesus who thinks he is the ' son of god'
7. religions that make you lower yourself to an unknown force HAIL SATAN!! INNO SANTANAS
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#203686 - 12/26/06 03:38 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: gehennavampiress]
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I'll banish you if you don't make your required introduction soon.
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#203687 - 12/26/06 04:17 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: LKRice]
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Why wait?
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#203688 - 12/26/06 09:23 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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A contemplative question.

Items is very open to interpretation.

As a metaphor, I would say Time, Gravity and Space. Not sure how that would work out, but I know I'd learn a lot. A gamble.

Why? I'd have more room to grow; fewer restrictions. I could go crazy though, or I could be destroyed.
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#203689 - 12/26/06 10:47 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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1. Everyone who is ghetto
2. Ignorance
3. The aesthetically challenged

I guess all three are self explanatory. I wonder if my first and second choice are one in the same. Actually, all three are one in the same. Go figure.

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#203690 - 12/27/06 03:34 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: Xsel]
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You don't need to bann this crap, they're destroy themselves, by themselves and you don't need to be angry on the dying religon
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#203691 - 12/27/06 05:33 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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Choice
Reason
Myself

With those 3 things and and an absence of interferance I could do and be anything.
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#203692 - 12/27/06 06:54 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: Evol]
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Quote:

Choice
Reason
Myself

With those 3 things and and an absence of interferance I could do...anything.




Except eat...
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#203693 - 12/27/06 06:59 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: Minus]
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Quote:

Quote:

Choice
Reason
Myself

With those 3 things and and an absence of interferance I could do...anything.




Except eat...




And fu.... Oh wait. Nevermind.
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#203694 - 12/27/06 07:42 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: Shade]
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Reason being the description of matter that is matter as much as tree is a description of tree as well as being tree (the same way satanist is who a satanist is and is not separate to a satanist's being). Choice being the means by which which myself can interact with that.
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#203695 - 12/27/06 07:49 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: Shade]
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Reason being the description of matter that is matter as much as tree is a description of tree as well as being tree (the same way satanist is who a satanist is and is not separate to a satanist's being). Choice being the means by which which myself can interact with that.




He must be getting hungry in Room 101. He's starting to get delirious.
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#203696 - 12/27/06 07:50 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: Minus]
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...unless you eat yourself, grow as much as you eat and waste nothing.

It's a tough job, someone's gotta do it... Hail Satan :P
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#203698 - 12/29/06 03:25 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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1. Slow fat people that continually get in my way. Example, I went to the supermarket to get a couple of things. Every aisle nearly there was some fat heffer meandering down the middle of the aisle. I couldnt even get past and they just dont care.

2. People that force their beliefs on someone. Whether it be political, religious, philosophical, musical etc....

3. Ignorant car drivers that go along in their own little world oblivious to the fact I am right next to them when they try to change lanes and nearly knock me of my motorbike. That goes for car drivers that pull out in front of me as well.

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#203700 - 12/29/06 04:17 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: ]
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Quote:

I know personally that I'm quite a speedy fat person. I figure bulk is less noticable while in motion, plus it burns calories faster and saves time Plus if I run so fast I fall down, I have padding!




Then you can stay. Its specifically the slow ones that get in mine, and everyone elses way.

Since writing that I have thought of many many more things that need to be banished. Three just isnt enough.

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#203701 - 12/29/06 09:30 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: ]
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Well, how fat is fat?

I tend to not be in a hurry in the grocery store. So, rather than just slow-moving people, the folks I REALLY get irritated with are the ones who make abrupt stops, or maneuvers that either result in me being hit, bumped, or blocked.
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#203702 - 12/30/06 09:12 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: TrojZyr]
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Well, how fat is fat?

I tend to not be in a hurry in the grocery store. So, rather than just slow-moving people, the folks I REALLY get irritated with are the ones who make abrupt stops, or maneuvers that either result in me being hit, bumped, or blocked.




You've just highlighted one of my pet hates, people who walk around so oblivious to their surroundings and other people, they often stop dead in the middle of a store aisle and then give you dirty looks when YOU bump into THEM !
You almost expect them to say "Hey ! why don't you watch where I'M going ?"
I recently watched the original version of Dawn of the Dead and began to wonder if it was a horror film or a documentary about the majority of customers who frequent my local mall !
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#203703 - 12/30/06 10:14 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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1. MY writer's block (not the writer's block of my competitors )
2. People who live their lives based on the music they listen to (especially the so-called "Hip Hop culture").
3. Collectivism
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#203704 - 12/31/06 12:29 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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1.Christmas, the whole idea makes me sick.I mean buying stuff for people and they just return it or throw.ungrateful cads.
2.The whole hip-hop thing I can't stand it,it killed mtv,it makes people pretend to be what their not.I also can't stand people in their cars pumping their hip-hop music.
3.ignorant people that can never get a clue.I encounter this all the time wether it's asking someone a question or their opinion on something I can never get a straight answer

Ave Satanas! \m/
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#203705 - 12/31/06 12:47 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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Ok.

All the things I should have said that I never said.

All the things I should have done that I never did.

All the things I should have given that I never gave.

This stupid song I can't get out of my head. Thank you Kate Bush. Oops I ran out of options.

Happy?
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#203707 - 12/31/06 07:01 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: Svengali]
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And so it is done...

Check out her new title.
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#203708 - 12/31/06 07:05 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: LKRice]
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#203709 - 12/31/06 07:31 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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1 - The "singer" James Blunt (his name is now rhyming slang for...well I think thats obvious).
2 - Celebrity chef's - "I can cook a meal using fresh ingredients bow before me in awe and supplication mortal".
3 - Tom Cruise - uber idiot manchild, if a hollywood studio gives you the push for acting like a dick then truly you are a dick amongst men.
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#203710 - 12/31/06 11:00 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: ElJago]
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Loc: Sydney, Australia
Quote:

1 - The "singer" James Blunt (his name is now rhyming slang for...well I think thats obvious).
2 - Celebrity chef's - "I can cook a meal using fresh ingredients bow before me in awe and supplication mortal".
3 - Tom Cruise - uber idiot manchild, if a hollywood studio gives you the push for acting like a dick then truly you are a dick amongst men.




I want a bigger Room 101. 3 things to banish just isn't enough.

Blunt annoys me like nothing else, his voice grates on me nerves and makes me feel sick.
Cruise is the biggest moron to grace the celebrity pages. He is a wanker right down to the core, I can't stand the sight of him.

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#203711 - 12/31/06 01:34 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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I don’t know if the original poster of this thread intended it to be a survey on this very phenomenon. But I have noticed that most people want to use the “room” to banish things that are completely avoidable and will bother them only if they WANT to bother by them.

I see people select annoying actors, singers, music styles, etc… to be locked forever in the mythical room.

Most of the people/things mentioned are such I have never heard about at all (perhaps because I watch little TV) Why should anyone be so disturbed by some piece of pop (poop?) culture than they want it to disappear, when it is perfectly easy to obtain the same results by simply keeping away from it?

You detest some singer? Don’t listen to him!
You hate some actor? Don’t watch his movies/interviews!
You loathe some kind of TV/Radio show? Turn off the receiver!
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#203712 - 12/31/06 01:38 PM Re: Room 101 [Re: JSBlack]
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Loc: Texas, USA -Fort Worth
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#203713 - 01/01/07 09:34 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: BlueHeeler]
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Posts: 427
Loc: Northumberland, England
I agree 3 items of hatred just isn't enough.

If I was ever to appear on the Room 101 tv program they would have to turn it into a 24 hour charity telethon.
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Alice laughed. "There's no use trying," she said, "one can't believe impossible things."
"I daresay you haven't had much practice," said the Queen. "When I was younger, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast." - Lewis Carroll, Through the looking glass.

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#203714 - 01/01/07 10:23 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: Old_Pig]
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Registered: 01/04/05
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Loc: Florida
Quote:

Why should anyone be so disturbed by some piece of pop (poop?) culture than they want it to disappear, when it is perfectly easy to obtain the same results by simply keeping away from it?




It isn't always so easy to refrain from seeing or hearing pop-culture gremlins. For example, I have a hard time shopping for groceries while staying at home.
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#203715 - 01/01/07 11:22 AM Re: Room 101 [Re: G X B]
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Registered: 07/25/01
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Loc: The Solid State
Indeed.

I've managed to control my environment to an impressive degree, and I'd like to do it even better in the future. TiVo and XM, anyone?

But, yeah, I do choose to and have to go to various public places and deal with noise and annoyance. What's more, sometimes, I do like to watch a little TV or listen to the radio, because I like a little random, unexpected spontaneity.

Mostly, my third entry was a joke. If I had a real opportunity to banish something for all eternity, I wouldn't waste it on a song that's going to be gone in six months anyway .
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