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Hustle Bones.

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Hustle Bones.

Brief:

 

In principle a work of art has always been reproducible. Man-made artifacts could always be imitated by men. Replicas were made by pupils in practice of their craft, by masters for diffusing their works, and, finally, by third parties in the pursuit of gain. Mechanical reproduction of a work of art, however, represents something new. Historically, it advanced intermittently and in leaps at long intervals, but with accelerated intensity. The Greeks knew only two procedures of technically reproducing works of art: founding and stamping. Bronzes, terra cottas, and coins were the only art works which they could produce in quantity. All others were unique and could not be mechanically reproduced. With the woodcut graphic art became mechanically reproducible for the first time, long before script became reproducible by print. The enormous changes which printing, the mechanical reproduction of writing, has brought about in literature are a familiar story. However, within the phenomenon which we are here examining from the perspective of world history, print is merely a special, though particularly important, case. During the Middle Ages engraving and etching were added to the woodcut; at the beginning of the nineteenth century lithography made its appearance. With lithography the technique of reproduction reached an essentially new stage. This much more direct process was distinguished by the tracing of the design on a stone rather than its incision on a block of wood or its etching on a copperplate and permitted graphic art for the first time to put its products on the market, not only in large numbers as hitherto, but also in daily changing forms. Lithography enabled graphic art to illustrate everyday life, and it began to keep pace with printing. But only a few decades after its invention, lithography was surpassed by photography. For the first time in the process of pictorial reproduction, photography freed the hand of the most important artistic functions which henceforth devolved only upon the eye looking into a lens. Since the eye perceives more swiftly than the hand can draw, the process of pictorial reproduction was accelerated so enormously that it could keep pace with speech. A film operator shooting a scene in the studio captures the images at the speed of an actor’s speech. Just as lithography virtually implied the illustrated newspaper, so did photography foreshadow the sound film. The technical reproduction of sound was tackled at the end of the last century. These convergent endeavors made predictable a situation which Paul Valery pointed up in this sentence:

 

“Just as water, gas, and electricity are brought into our houses from far off to satisfy our needs in response to a minimal effort, so we shall be supplied with visual or auditory images, which will appear and disappear at a simple movement of the hand, hardly more than a sign.”

 

Around 1900 technical reproduction had reached a standard that not only permitted it to reproduce all transmitted works of art and thus to cause the most profound change in their impact upon the public; it also had captured a place of its own among the artistic processes. For the study of this standard nothing is more revealing than the nature of the repercussions that these two different manifestations – the reproduction of works of art and the art of the film – have had on art in its traditional form.

 

 

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Roster:

 

Numerous, expanding, all-seeing, amorphous, avaunted, exalted, diaspored, mercantile, effervescent, ephemeral, fleeting, monolithic, multi-faceted, alive, dead, ambivalent, obscene, directed, formless, targeted, boundless, hazy, stone, fog, rain, the fire, the earth etc. etc.

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Tyler

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Panz

Let it begin.

 

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make total destroy

Hustle Bones OG

FTP

ACAB

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Coin

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Tyler

There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact, Insert-Coin-to-Continue.

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Onett

Woah, I listening to the wrong track when I clicked on this.

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Ermac

no such thing as halfway crooks

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Flachbau

join zaibatsu today this gnag sux dix

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Onett

Curse you Jimi Hendrix and your trippy guitar solos.

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Tyler

I'll be handing out flyers with more information on the group meet-ups at the local bowling alley this Sunday (there's always free refills on Sunday). I'll keep you guys posted.

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make total destroy

Bi-annual canned food drive

Nov. 18

 

Be there or don't.

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Onett

(1) Explain a situation where you were attracted to someone you probably shouldn't have been, and how you came over them. I emotionally detached them from me.

(2) What is it like being 'you'? Pretty normal. Has it's ups and downs, but hey, tomorrow could be the most perfect day I'll ever see.

(3) What is it like 'being' you? It feels human.

(4) Opinions on the quagmire in the Middle East? Swell.

(5) Tell us what your favorite meal is, and why that's relevant to your sexual desire. Curry. Hot and spicy.

(6) Democrat? Republican? Those words mean jack sh*t over here. And Jack left town.

As much as I love Jimi Hendrix and his amazing guitar solos, I think Nirvana's cover of The Man Who Sold the World fits this topic much better.

Edited by Onett

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Finite

Sure, I'll play.

 

(1) I was once attracted to a person, but then I came to realize that people... I have seen the finale of thousands of lives, man. Young, old, each one so sure of their realness. You know that their sensory experience constituted a unique individual with purpose and meaning. So certain that they were more than biological puppet. The truth wills out, and everybody sees. Once the strings are cut, all fall down.

 

One cannot love a puppet.

 

(2) You, yourself, this whole big drama, it was never more than a jerry rig of presumption and dumb will, and you could just let go. To finally know that you didn't have to hold on so tight. To realize that all your life, all your love, all your hate, all your memories, all your pain, it was all the same thing. It was all the same dream, a dream that you had inside a locked room, a dream about being a person.

 

(3) I feel.

 

(4) Although The Middle East wants nothing less than to submerge us in a sea of fascism, I want this letter to speak a language of reconciliation, not retaliation. I will start by responding to some of its ad hominem attacks. These attacks are not original but rather are drawn from lies that it and its club have manufactured out of past statements attributed to their targets. I will deal with those attacks that are specific to me, partly because I'm familiar with them and partly because The Middle East indeed yearns for the Oriental despotisms of pre-Hellenic times, the neolithic culture that preceded the rise of self-consciousness and egoism. By the same token, it abhors the current era, in which people are free to build a society in which people have a sense of permanence and stability, not chaos and uncertainty.

The Middle East says that it has the authority to issue licenses for practicing gnosticism. You know, it can lie as much as it wants, but it can't change the facts. If it could, it'd unequivocally prevent anyone from hearing that last summer, I attempted what I knew would be a hopeless task. I tried to convince The Middle East that you'd have to be a real gobemouche to believe that the world can be happy only when its racialism squad is given full rein. As I expected, The Middle East was unconvinced. The Middle East's insults are rife with contradictions and difficulties; they're entirely cheeky, meet no objective criteria, and are unsuited for a supposedly educated population. And as if that weren't enough, if The Middle East continues to rob, steal, cheat, and murder, crime will escalate as schools deteriorate, corruption increases, and quality of life plummets. The Middle East will give rise to muddleheaded backstabbers before the year is over—not necessarily by direct action, but by convincing its surrogates to scar little children's self-image.
The Middle East's occasional demonstrations of benevolence are not genuine. Nor are its promises. In fact, difficult times lie ahead. Fortunately, we have the capacity to circumvent much of the impending misery by working together to straighten out The Middle East's thinking. Over time, The Middle East's wheelings and dealings have progressed from being merely phlegmatic to being superphlegmatic, hyperphlegmatic, and recently ultraphlegmatic. In fact, I'd say that now they're even megaphlegmatic.
At the same time, we must put forth new exertions and proportion all associated efforts to the exigency of the times. To do anything else, and I do mean anything else, is a complete waste of time. The next time someone says that people don't mind having their communities turned into war zones, look that person right in the eye and reply, “The Middle East's associates mistakenly associate 'lengthy' with 'accurate' when it comes to its morals.”
The Middle East's communications are geared toward the continuation of social stratification under the rubric of “tradition”. Funny, that was the same term that its torchbearers once used to produce a large number of thoroughly morbid extravagancies, most sex-crazed indecencies, and, above all, the most gruesome blasphemies against everything that I hold most sacred and most dear. After I name and shame The Middle East's yes-men for their profligate acts of insurrectionism, I know that everyone will come to the dismayed conclusion that I stated at the beginning of this discussion: The Middle East wants to agitate for indoctrination programs in local schools. Personally, I don't want that. Personally, I prefer freedom. If you also prefer freedom then you should be working with me to challenge it to defend its beliefs (as I would certainly not call them logically reasoned arguments) or else to change them. The Middle East doesn't have any principles, or if it does, it puts them aside whenever they're inconvenient. We all learned the Golden Rule in school. Maybe The Middle East was absent that day. Now that this letter is over, I pray that my logic and passion have convinced you that The Middle East's partners in crime are a bunch of drooling simpletons who prostate themselves before their beloved Middle East.
Or something like that.
(5) Had I only the desire.
(6) N/A
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Tyler

As much as I love Jimi Hendrix and his amazing guitar solos, I think Nirvana's cover of The Man Who Sold the World fits this topic much better.

 

I'm more partial to

, myself.

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Onett

 

As much as I love Jimi Hendrix and his amazing guitar solos, I think Nirvana's cover of The Man Who Sold the World fits this topic much better.

 

I'm more partial to

, myself.

I can see why. Radiohead's later works also fit this place very well.

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xxxtentacion
(1) Explain a situation where you were attracted to someone you probably shouldn't have been, and how you came over them.


I beat the living hell out of them with the keyboard from Zombie Panic: Source.


(2) What is it like being 'you'?


Boring, school, vidya games, hanging out with friends.


(3) What is it like 'being' you?


It feels like any other humans existence.


(4) Opinions on the quagmire in the Middle East?


To an extent I'm against it, to an extent I am not.


(5) Tell us what your favorite meal is, and why that's relevant to your sexual desire.


My favorite meal is two tacos from Taco Bell in a bucket with KFC chicken. My sexual desire is to have a soft shell drowned in cheese on my penis while having intercourse with a woman that has a chicken leg jammed down her throat.


(6) Democrat? Republican?


Atheist.

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Tacymist

Application:

(1) Explain a situation where you were attracted to someone you probably shouldn't have been, and how you came over them.

 

I came over them while they were sleeping.

 

(2) What is it like being 'you'?

 

Every river is made of whiskey. Every fish sh*ts on your hand.

 

(3) What is it like 'being' you?

 

Every whiskey is made of river. Every sh*t fishes on your hand.

 

(4) Opinions on the quagmire in the Middle East?

 

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(5) Tell us what your favorite meal is, and why that's relevant to your sexual desire.

 

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(6) Democrat? Republican?

 

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Mr. House

f*ck suspect we foretell we séance

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Tyler

 

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Jesus f*cking Christ that scared the sh*t out me you motherf*ck

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Onett

 

 

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Jesus f*cking Christ that scared the sh*t out me you motherf*ck

Zuul, motherf*cker, Zuul! Edited by Onett

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xxxtentacion

 

 

 

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Jesus f*cking Christ that scared the sh*t out me you motherf*ck

Zuul, motherf*cker, Zuul!

 

 

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Onett

 

 

 

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Jesus f*cking Christ that scared the sh*t out me you motherf*ck

Zuul, motherf*cker, Zuul!

 

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Here we spontane.

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Onett

Dat thumbnail. Are you trying to make me wake me family up with with me laughter?

 

Kinda OT:

Am I the only one who gets reminded of Fight Club when he looks at this topic?

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