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#266824 - 08/24/07 03:23 AM New Generation of Youth
yexnip Offline
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I have a theory that our current younger generation are more aware of the alternatives that comes with individualisation. I believe that those who individualise themselves from a majority in social relation have a potential to draw passionous amount of strength from simply nothing. I believe in the great importance of relying on oneself.

There will always be persona that adapt through socialisation more easly and stand out because our ancestry and genes are relevant to a degree that from the point we are born, those genes who are the most dominant become an advantagous strength herein.

If one picturise life as an ancient tree with countless branches, standing alone leaves one as possibly unaffected by social pressure and colorisation of though which reduce the time, perchance drasticly change the outcome of life to something full-heartedly meaningful.

This is where satanic philosophy comes in as vital because it opposes stupidity and ignorance. If one could be more aware of the tools of the world that may help one perspectivate life from a farther, more knowledgeable aspect, one would be able to get more out of life by complimenting oneself in a glorious, avatarous path. We live in 2007.. still kids are taught about christianity when it is a religion that is festered with hypocrisy and ignorant priests.

Kids today could be taught about the harmlessness of satanism to remove it's stigma by ignorant hypocrites, because there is great knowledge to beseek..
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#266859 - 08/24/07 06:42 AM Re: New Generation of Youth [Re: yexnip]
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You obviously have never been to a mall.
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#266865 - 08/24/07 07:10 AM Re: New Generation of Youth [Re: Colonel_Akula]
yexnip Offline
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 Originally Posted By: Colonel_Akula
You obviously have never been to a mall.


"There be pheasants and penguins and booberry trees between the greenest of skies and the whitest of seas.." (wertle-wertle-wertle-woo, wertle-woooo...)
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#266878 - 08/24/07 08:33 AM Re: New Generation of Youth [Re: yexnip]
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Allow me to convey my reading of your words.

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I have a theory that our current younger generation are more aware of the alternatives that comes with individualisation. I believe that those who individualise themselves from a majority in social relation have a potential to draw passionous amount of strength from simply nothing. I believe in the great importance of relying on oneself.


Young people consciously deviate from mainstream culture. Young people take pride in their individualism and benefit from their individualism. You find your own credibility important.

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There will always be persona that adapt through socialisation more easly and stand out because our ancestry and genes are relevant to a degree that from the point we are born, those genes who are the most dominant become an advantagous strength herein.


Our genes define our destiny.

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If one picturise life as an ancient tree with countless branches, standing alone leaves one as possibly unaffected by social pressure and colorisation of though which reduce the time, perchance drasticly change the outcome of life to something full-heartedly meaningful.


A person declaring their individualism gains advantage over people who do not.

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This is where satanic philosophy comes in as vital because it opposes stupidity and ignorance. If one could be more aware of the tools of the world that may help one perspectivate life from a farther, more knowledgeable aspect, one would be able to get more out of life by complimenting oneself in a glorious, avatarous path. We live in 2007.. still kids are taught about christianity when it is a religion that is festered with hypocrisy and ignorant priests.


You think "Satanic philosophy" could change the world. 2007 years since "the birth of Christ," children still learn to worship him despite his followers promoting hypocrisy and ignorance.

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Kids today could be taught about the harmlessness of satanism to remove it's stigma by ignorant hypocrites, because there is great knowledge to beseek..


Children should read about Satanism instead of Christianity.

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Did I get that right? I have issues with your post and I did not read fagneto's responses.

First you use many words that do not have meaning:
individualise
passionous
picturise
avatarous
beseek

Second, you use non-sense grammar many times:
"... alternatives that come with indivdualisation..."
"... those who individualise themselves from..."
"... are relevant to a degree that from the point..."
"... an advantagous strength..."
"If one picturise life..."
"... unaffected by ... colorisation of though which reduce..."
"... may help one perspective life from..."
"... knowledge to beseek."

The combination of non-sense vocabulary and confused grammar make your meaning very hard to find. Regardless, you seem to have two points: Today's youth act more as individuals than their parents did and The world would benefit from teaching Satanism to everyone.

If those are your points, I disagree on both.

Parents of the "current" generation always view their offspring as more rebellious and individualistic. The observation here comes as no surprise.

The world would not benefit from teaching Satanism to anyone. Satanism can not be taught. Satanism can be understood, it can be studied, but it can not be taught. Furthermore, Satanists by definition rise above the mainstream. If everyone read The Satanic Bible and agreed, the Elite would simply become more selective. In many ways Satanism is defined relative to society. We stand above the status-quo, we will always stand above the status-quo. "Teaching Satanism" is an oxymoron.
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#266879 - 08/24/07 09:02 AM Re: New Generation of Youth [Re: yexnip]
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I have to disagree with the idea that young people today, or any age group, for that matter...today, or any day...deviate from a norm. All "alternatives" are simply other "norms". Alternatives simply represent other herds to mingle about in. That is all most can accomplish.

When I was a teenager, we "deviated" by growing long hair and listening to Led Zeppelin...just like almost everyone else.
The next generation deviated by getting an earring...just like almost everyone else.

Today, people deviate by getting a tattoo...just like almost everyone else. I can predict that a large percentage of upper teen girls have, or will get, a tattoo on their lower back that will be some type of winged entity...just like the one the teenage girl next door has. Every relative I have, in their twenties, has at least one tattoo. They are now socially acceptable.

That is not meant to tease, demean, or poke fun at anyone who has, or will, do any of the above. I like Led Zeppelin. I have two holes in my left ear; and I like that fact that young women feel the need to show off some artistic flesh. But, all those things fit into some "norm". And as far as "individualization" goes...that is a process everyone goes through. Most often, it means leaving the group of birth, and finding another group to join.

To a point, everyone does that. I think you would be hard pressed to find anyone who does not identify with some group or another.
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#266941 - 08/24/07 05:48 PM Re: New Generation of Youth [Re: Drimlybunk]
yexnip Offline
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Posts: 38
 Originally Posted By: Drimlybunk
Allow me to convey my reading of your words.

 Quote:
I have a theory that our current younger generation are more aware of the alternatives that comes with individualisation. I believe that those who individualise themselves from a majority in social relation have a potential to draw passionous amount of strength from simply nothing. I believe in the great importance of relying on oneself.


Young people consciously deviate from mainstream culture. Young people take pride in their individualism and benefit from their individualism. You find your own credibility important.

 Quote:
There will always be persona that adapt through socialisation more easly and stand out because our ancestry and genes are relevant to a degree that from the point we are born, those genes who are the most dominant become an advantagous strength herein.


Our genes define our destiny.

 Quote:

If one picturise life as an ancient tree with countless branches, standing alone leaves one as possibly unaffected by social pressure and colorisation of though which reduce the time, perchance drasticly change the outcome of life to something full-heartedly meaningful.


A person declaring their individualism gains advantage over people who do not.

 Quote:


This is where satanic philosophy comes in as vital because it opposes stupidity and ignorance. If one could be more aware of the tools of the world that may help one perspectivate life from a farther, more knowledgeable aspect, one would be able to get more out of life by complimenting oneself in a glorious, avatarous path. We live in 2007.. still kids are taught about christianity when it is a religion that is festered with hypocrisy and ignorant priests.


You think "Satanic philosophy" could change the world. 2007 years since "the birth of Christ," children still learn to worship him despite his followers promoting hypocrisy and ignorance.

 Quote:
Kids today could be taught about the harmlessness of satanism to remove it's stigma by ignorant hypocrites, because there is great knowledge to beseek..


Children should read about Satanism instead of Christianity.

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Did I get that right? I have issues with your post and I did not read fagneto's responses.

First you use many words that do not have meaning:
individualise
passionous
picturise
avatarous
beseek

Second, you use non-sense grammar many times:
"... alternatives that come with indivdualisation..."
"... those who individualise themselves from..."
"... are relevant to a degree that from the point..."
"... an advantagous strength..."
"If one picturise life..."
"... unaffected by ... colorisation of though which reduce..."
"... may help one perspective life from..."
"... knowledge to beseek."

The combination of non-sense vocabulary and confused grammar make your meaning very hard to find. Regardless, you seem to have two points: Today's youth act more as individuals than their parents did and The world would benefit from teaching Satanism to everyone.

If those are your points, I disagree on both.

Parents of the "current" generation always view their offspring as more rebellious and individualistic. The observation here comes as no surprise.

The world would not benefit from teaching Satanism to anyone. Satanism can not be taught. Satanism can be understood, it can be studied, but it can not be taught. Furthermore, Satanists by definition rise above the mainstream. If everyone read The Satanic Bible and agreed, the Elite would simply become more selective. In many ways Satanism is defined relative to society. We stand above the status-quo, we will always stand above the status-quo. "Teaching Satanism" is an oxymoron.


I understand it might not be very much to hold onto, for a larger part I write in semantics which justifies the seemingly nonsense grammar that I am aware of.

I think you misinterpret what I wrote about "teaching" satanism. When I actually meant being 'taught' in a common sense that kids in school should be made aware of the perspective of different philosophies and elementary wisdom from a more realistic nature than christianity because of the importance of understanding yourself so you can strengthen your own agenda.

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#266946 - 08/24/07 06:31 PM Re: New Generation of Youth [Re: yexnip]
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Writing in undefined nonsense does not excuse your grammar. When you create words define them, otherwise you say nothing.

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#266953 - 08/24/07 08:09 PM Re: New Generation of Youth [Re: yexnip]
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Registered: 06/26/07
Posts: 191
Loc: Dominican Republic
What you have said before is underlined.


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Hello yexnip

Have you read The Satanic Bible?


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No I haven't. I remember browsing through it a while ago in a fantasy store. Can remember.. it contained rituals and the sorts? I really fancied the book. I wanna buy it now that I have someone to discuss it with.

Here you say you have not read the Satanic Bible
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No I haven't. I remember browsing through it a while ago in a fantasy store. Can remember.. it contained rituals and the sorts? I really fancied the book. I wanna buy it now that I have someone to discuss it with.


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Are you interested in learning what Satanism is actually about?


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Yes.. since quite some time now really. Was bound to take the leap sooner or later.

Here you admit it is necessary to read it in order to learn what Satanism is about
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I would recommend getting the book, reading it, and making sure you understand it before attempting to discuss Satanism.

Why?

Well...

1. Most of the questions you may have are already answered in the book.

2. You won't look like an idiot. (Or less like one. )

3. It's really required reading before posting here.


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I wouldn't dare speak of something I don't have insight in.

Here you say you wouldn't speak of something you don't know of.

 Originally Posted By: yexnip
This is where satanic philosophy comes in as vital because it opposes stupidity and ignorance. If one could be more aware of the tools of the world that may help one perspectivate life from a farther, more knowledgeable aspect, one would be able to get more out of life by complimenting oneself in a glorious, avatarous path. We live in 2007.. still kids are taught about christianity when it is a religion that is festered with hypocrisy and ignorant priests.


Here you speak of Satanism and outline what it's about.
Right or not, from what you have said I can only suppose you have read the Satanic Bible. Now, if you have read it please don't take this personally, I only say this considering you haven't. I wouldn't have gone out of my way to point any of this out if it weren’t for the fact that I usually look up words I do not understand... and perspectivate is not a word.

If you cannot say what you mean, you will not mean what you say.

Usually, you have clear up whatever you say after someone points something out.

This is to show you the importance of making posts that others will understand clearly. Saying more than you need to is commonly pointless, like paving a perfect road a second time; its consistency can only diminish and get worse. Unless of course you have a legitimately vast vocabulary capable of adding some décor to the proverbial road, such as flowers, trees and a few titty bars.

PS: I'm not a perfect writer, and I don't pretend to be one, I do try however and my computers word processor helps me out a bit.

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#266960 - 08/24/07 08:45 PM Re: New Generation of Youth [Re: Drimlybunk]
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On the contrary, I think "passionous" is a perfectly cromulent word.

Avatarous is cool too. Now all I need is to come up with the definition....

As for the youth, they always inevitably to find new ways to rebel against the status quo, and that usually involves conforming to an alternative or emerging status quo.
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#266965 - 08/24/07 09:28 PM Re: New Generation of Youth [Re: TrojZyr]
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 Originally Posted By: TrojZyr
On the contrary, I think "passionous" is a perfectly cromulent word.


I like the word passionous. Like a cross between passion and poisonous.....for some reason black widow spiders come to mind.

Having been around for a few generations (counting my own) I have observed that the youth of today are not all that different from the youth of yesterday, but everyone always thinks they are.
Like the package has changed but the product is still the same. ;\)

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#266971 - 08/24/07 10:03 PM Re: New Generation of Youth [Re: CatlikeJoe]
yexnip Offline
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Posts: 38
 Originally Posted By: iron
What you have said before is underlined.


 Quote:
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Hello yexnip

Have you read The Satanic Bible?


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No I haven't. I remember browsing through it a while ago in a fantasy store. Can remember.. it contained rituals and the sorts? I really fancied the book. I wanna buy it now that I have someone to discuss it with.

Here you say you have not read the Satanic Bible
 Quote:

Quote:
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No I haven't. I remember browsing through it a while ago in a fantasy store. Can remember.. it contained rituals and the sorts? I really fancied the book. I wanna buy it now that I have someone to discuss it with.


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Are you interested in learning what Satanism is actually about?


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Yes.. since quite some time now really. Was bound to take the leap sooner or later.

Here you admit it is necessary to read it in order to learn what Satanism is about
 Quote:
Quote:
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I would recommend getting the book, reading it, and making sure you understand it before attempting to discuss Satanism.

Why?

Well...

1. Most of the questions you may have are already answered in the book.

2. You won't look like an idiot. (Or less like one. )

3. It's really required reading before posting here.


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I wouldn't dare speak of something I don't have insight in.

Here you say you wouldn't speak of something you don't know of.

 Originally Posted By: yexnip
This is where satanic philosophy comes in as vital because it opposes stupidity and ignorance. If one could be more aware of the tools of the world that may help one perspectivate life from a farther, more knowledgeable aspect, one would be able to get more out of life by complimenting oneself in a glorious, avatarous path. We live in 2007.. still kids are taught about christianity when it is a religion that is festered with hypocrisy and ignorant priests.


Here you speak of Satanism and outline what it's about.
Right or not, from what you have said I can only suppose you have read the Satanic Bible. Now, if you have read it please don't take this personally, I only say this considering you haven't. I wouldn't have gone out of my way to point any of this out if it weren’t for the fact that I usually look up words I do not understand... and perspectivate is not a word.

If you cannot say what you mean, you will not mean what you say.

Usually, you have clear up whatever you say after someone points something out.

This is to show you the importance of making posts that others will understand clearly. Saying more than you need to is commonly pointless, like paving a perfect road a second time; its consistency can only diminish and get worse. Unless of course you have a legitimately vast vocabulary capable of adding some décor to the proverbial road, such as flowers, trees and a few titty bars.

PS: I'm not a perfect writer, and I don't pretend to be one, I do try however and my computers word processor helps me out a bit.


Just because a word isn't found in the dictionary doesn't mean it's nonexistent. To me, 'perspectivate' means to widen your vertigo of perception. It is true I have not read the satanic bible yet, only the commandments and various pickups from the COS main-index.
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#266974 - 08/24/07 10:18 PM Re: New Generation of Youth [Re: yexnip]
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I guess the rubbish I wrote was not worthy of a serious conversation. Now that I think about it after having my full night's sleep, I can see why...I can only imagin how silly I was.

But...yeh...I think the more "mature" minded individuals cleared up my thoughts on this post very well.

Excuse my form and gesture...both were a tad silly.


Edited by Fagneto (08/24/07 10:19 PM)
Edit Reason: Silly Billy do Dilly Willy.
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#266975 - 08/24/07 10:18 PM Re: New Generation of Youth [Re: yexnip]
Phineas Offline
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Posts: 8262


[/quote]

Just because a word isn't found in the dictionary doesn't mean it's nonexistent. To me, 'perspectivate' means to widen your vertigo of perception. It is true I have not read the satanic bible yet, only the commandments and various pickups from the COS main-index. [/quote]

VERTIGO of perception ???? Do you even KNOW what the word means?

Your course is clear:

A - Take "English for Beginners". Follow that with "Remedial English".

B - Purchase a dictionary. Read and comprehend it. You may discover words have actual meanings.

C - When you have corrected your atrocious use of the English language then, and only then, should you consider returning to this board.

See you in the next century. Now go. You have work to do.
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#266976 - 08/24/07 10:20 PM Re: New Generation of Youth [Re: Drimlybunk]
yexnip Offline
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 Originally Posted By: Drimlybunk
Second, you use non-sense grammar many times:
"... alternatives that come with indivdualisation..."


When you're on your high horse towing in points in a most delusive way irony ensues as your logic brings fallacy to the platter. (Copyrights that sentence.)
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#266979 - 08/24/07 10:30 PM Re: New Generation of Youth [Re: Phineas]
yexnip Offline
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 Originally Posted By: Phineas


VERTIGO of perception ???? Do you even KNOW what the word means?

Your course is clear:

A - Take "English for Beginners". Follow that with "Remedial English".

B - Purchase a dictionary. Read and comprehend it. You may discover words have actual meanings.

C - When you have corrected your atrocious use of the English language then, and only then, should you consider returning to this board.

D - Your english is quite impressive still.

See you in the next century. Now go. You have work to do.


Learn to quote properly? Logic fallacy number TWO, you self-bastardised uptight english cunt. Oh sorry, you're a magister. *bows*
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