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General Discussion / Re: Ethnoscience
« Last post by MonicaBen4 on Today at 10:46:52 AM »
Yes! Traditional medicine is the best. I had a nervous breakdown and was treated with capsules and it really helps. After taking these CBD capsules, my nerves calmed down and I no longer felt the tension. I was no longer worried about my nerve disorder. Now I have a good sleep and I am not worried about unnecessary nerves.
General Discussion / Ethnoscience
« Last post by Heron44 on Today at 10:29:02 AM »
What do you know about traditional medicine? I know that only traditional medicine is able to cure complex diseases. I was seriously ill and the cannabis medication helped me improve my health.
General Discussion / Re: Quintana's second partner
« Last post by abidinglady on Today at 09:10:10 AM »
Bikerdude... absolutely sir!

Richard Dawkins talks about this a lot. The importance of "memes" as entities that somehow have their own drive to be replicated. I don't really think he handles the idea of how our consciousness and meta-cognition needs to buy into a meme and therefore we are more co-creators than meme sleeper cells but I think it reflects your very strong idea that we may respond to ideas as objects within that which we call our mind. Love this!
General Discussion / Re: Welcome to the forum
« Last post by abidinglady on Today at 09:02:41 AM »
Is this thing on? Wondering if anyone still simply wants to "abide" and "take 'er easy?"
Movies / Roman Holiday (1953)
« Last post by HnauHnakrapunt on January 16, 2021, 01:16:27 PM »
A very overworked princess takes some medicine to go to sleep. However, instead of spending the night in her bed, she suddenly decides to hit the town of Rome as an ordinary girl. Walking around intoxicated she meets a journalist who tries to find out what happened to that neat girl falling asleep on a bench...
Movies / Re: Zorba the Greek (1964)
« Last post by BikerDude on January 13, 2021, 08:49:20 AM »
One of my all time favorites.
Book and movie.
And IMO one of the best confirmations of the Dudeist frame of reference.
Life is about joy.
The dance.
You can't worry about all that shit.
Drink, dance and be merry.
It took Zorba to teach the Boss how to abide.
General Discussion / Re: Quintana's second partner
« Last post by BikerDude on January 13, 2021, 08:44:16 AM »
What I find the most interesting are the phenomenological implications of a Donnie who is just a figment of our imagination.
Ideas as intentional objects.
Everything from the God myth to Q Anon.
The fact is that beliefs and conceptual realities are "real" in that they have actual effects in the real world. Denying them (shut the Fuck up Donnie) does nothing to lessen their effects. Once a conceptual reality comes into being it can not die. It can only resolve.
Perhaps Donnie's death and the vanquishing of nihilism are related.
We might pretend to believe in nothing but conceptual realities will assert themselves.
And might even bite off the occasional ear. Perhaps Donnie could only resolve with the defeat of nihilism.
That is to say he can only cease to exist once we accept his existence.
Many men of Walter's generation who served in Vietnam found themselves reduced to nihilism in the aftermath. They went because they held strong beliefs. God and Country. And then we're left with the scars of war unable to find any meaning. Perhaps Walter needed a just war to resolve his Donnie? He (as the archetype of the generation) needed to defeat nihilism.
What does Donnie do Clarice?
What is his essence?
He questions.
Endlessly questioning Walter. And no matter how much Walter wants him to shut up, the questions keep coming.
It is only with the defeat of nihilism the questions stop.
What answer is found?
We fight anyone that fucks with our bowling team.
That is all the the reason we need. The ultimate raison d'etre.
God damn it! Am I the only one who gives a Fuck about the rules?
Movies / Re: Steel Magnolias (1989)
« Last post by BikerDude on January 13, 2021, 08:32:12 AM »
What makes a man Mr. Lebowski?
Movies / Re: The Fabulous Destiny of Amélie Poulain (2001)
« Last post by BikerDude on January 13, 2021, 08:26:33 AM »
I'm just gonna find a cash machine.
Music / Beach Day At Home albums on Spotify
« Last post by HnauHnakrapunt on January 12, 2021, 09:39:50 AM »
Sounds of the sea with things like the piano. Gentle.
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