Sunday, March 27, 2011

Magic Buffet At The End Of The World!


There's a new interview with me up on the website Magical Buffet. It's pretty good and I even talk about the comments section of this here blog!

I've also got a new article up on the Suicide Girls safe-for-work blog. It's about the end of the world. You won't want to miss that!

155 comments:

Kwatz! said...

Kwatz!

Mumon said...

Well, I won't want to miss that.

I can see why you're not in Tricycle.

I'm beginning to think it's the "Tiger Beat" for Buddhists. Or something like that.

Uncle Willie said...
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Red Planet said...

Brad wrote: "But the material (books about meditation) is creating a kind of tension."

We try to pound our square lives into some round fantasy ideas about what meditation really is, then become angry or sad when we discover it will never what we thought. The things we feel then could be the beginning of wisdom, or maybe just more stupidity. It depends on what we do with it.

Mysterion said...

Harold Camping is a local guy. I just love what this man is doing for the Xtian Community.

He is SO right on - when it comes to Xtianity.

I cannot think of a man anywhere that exemplifies the Xtian Shepherd better than Brother Camping.

Seriously.

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anon #108 said...

OY OY OY Charles! ENOUGH already with the Abraham-Shmabraham. Such a ganze megillah!

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Know You said...

No U.

Anonymous said...

m said: "If you don't believe as I do, then you are all f*cked up!"

There's more than a little irony here..

Anonymous said...

When one person suffers from a delusion,
it is called insanity.
When many people suffer from a delusion,
it is called religion

-- Robert Pirsig

It's especially rough for lone kids
trying to make sense of the world,
when everyone around them is
fucking bat-shit crazy.

tired of it said...

once again, mysterion's anti-semitic, virulent anti-christian P.O.V. has shanghied a post. why not go back to your own (dead) blog and quit fouling the water here?

Rick said...

So what the heck are we supposed to do between May 21, 2011 and Dec 21, 2012, when the world ends? How's that supposed to work?!

Anonymous said...

Steel-frame skyscrapers don't
just fall down by themselves;
anyone who believes otherwise
is simply bat-shit crazy.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if it's as well reviewed as The Restaurant at the End of the Universe.

Anonymous said...

Bat-shit: Believe whatever you want. You don't have a very strong case. Building 7 was in the shadow of the TT's. Collateral damage. Duh! Winning?

Anonymous said...

All objectivisation is conceptual, all conceptuality is inference, and all inference is as empty of truth as as mysterion is empty of compassion.

Matsuo Basho said...

Brother Camping has leap-frogged Abraham and gone to the source.

Anonymous Bob said...

Hi Chaz,

You know, most of us don't give a rat's fart about old brother Camping. Sorry about that.. You're coming off a little like a proselytizing ex-drunk when there are very few of us here to take advantage of your urgent message. Are you familiar expression "preaching to the choir"?

CAPTCHA : musti : I kid you not

Harry said...

Yeah, Charles, what gives? I know you've still got a big hairball in the shape of Jesus to cough up and all, but you come across much scarier than the average Crosstian lately.

People might run back to their God out of fear.

Regards,

H.

Jesus Christ said...

Here I come.

Harold Camping said...

See?

Blogger Mysterion said...

No evil.

Harold said...

Evil.

Excalibur said...

Words and letters will get you nowhere.

Edward Bulwer-Lytton said...

"Words and letters will get you nowhere."

The penis mightier than the sword.

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anonymous anonymous said...

First they unleashed their Jewish mind-control.. Then they destroyed the Twin Towers.. And now they have co-opted his style.. Holy Shit! Is it just me or is there a dead rat in the wall?

Anonymous said...

M said: "BTW I post as me and not an annoying mouse."

That is lie and everyone knows it's a lie.

Anonymous said...

Support the troops?

Winning?

Duh, indeed.

Harry said...

I dunno, mysti, I know some people who believe some crazy sheeit and they're pretty okay underneath it all. Go back a few (or less?) generations in any of our families and the stuff they would have had us believe would curl our precious little pampered buddhismist toes!

But, you know, they were good to us: We're alive.

Harold looks sort of cuddly. I want to hug Harold. It's okay Harold, the world is not going to end. Let's hug and say that together... and we can go camping, Harold. Imagine that, me and Harold, camping...

Regards,

Harol... Harry.

Anonymous said...

Buildings 5 and 6 were
"collateral damage".
Building 7 was a
controlled demolition,
nice and neat!

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Anonymous said...

"(In this way, I can validate my own belief.)"

It's not about validating
a belief. It's about
waking up to reality.

Never mind...
go back to sleep...

Meanwhile, encroaching
tyranny and torture
continue unabated.

Sweet dreams.

Anonymous said...

Enjoy the blue pill
while you can,
because some day,
circumstances will
force you to take
the red pill.

The Daktaw said...

mysterion is posting anonymously so obviously it is not even Matrix-like, it is more like, well, mental illness.

Anonymous said...

V for Vendetta

Mysterion said...

That's a fallacy and everyone knows it's a fallacy!

anonymous anonymous said...

mysterion, I know you choose your words carefully when you are misleading people so you can avoid lying directly. Like when you said, "BTW I post as me and not an annoying mouse." That might be true as words go but it is still an obvious lie to anyone paying attention.

NotMysti said...

Christianity is a bunch of irrational, magical-thinking superstitious nonsense. But then....so is buddhism for most people.

Bizarro Seagal said...

You work hard making independent films for 14 years and you get voted best breasts.

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anonymous anonymous said...

Well, as long as we're being conciliatory here, I suppose you're not a complete a-hole then. There is a lot that can be said positively about you, I suppose, if you're willing to really dig, some of which might be almost complimentary. Friends?

Bad Life said...

This is what you want. This is what you get.

R said...

Mysterion, I haven’t even been reading the blog lately, - but as it generally seems to me, - even if you imagine yourself to really “dig” – (assuming you haven’t changed lately) what you will see as “complimentable” is not part of the essential core. You do not seem to be able to touch that. - And it does not much differ among different religions. That which you would consider “complimentable” would still be of the shell of things. Otherwise your general views would have been completely different.

My view.

Goes without saying.

+ said...

See Seagal @ 7:30 am, - even if you work hard and you can’t tell the BS you’re producing, - someone might always find a good point in you. - Two, sometimes, - know what I mean?

Cause and Effect said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=Ut-UPDzYGtc&vq=medium

http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=FR8-PFj1P3A&vq=medium

Excalibur said...

Shit.

Anonymous said...

Words and letters will get you nowhere.

Jesus said...

- Brad Warner!

Brad Warner said...

Shit.

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4cgPeFTfyY

punk rock

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Anonymous said...

So m if xtianity is just buddhism with a weird twist why all the mysty dualistic angst about it the time.. It's all the same if you look at it right, right?

gnarly little haiku BTW, I really enjoyed it although I think your calligraphy is a little stiff.

Anonymous said...

LSD Zen

Anonymous said...

bejewelled sledgehammer

Ran K. [regarding SM @ 12:33 PM] said...

The essential core is not nothing and not nothingness.

The essential core is the spirit.


Neither it nor the nothingness SM [as above] is talking about can be penetrated by intellectualism, - which the aforementioned seems to posses nothing but.

Almost.


And of course I know SM is not “kidding” when spreading his BS, - therefore I am referring to him as I do - as “Stupid Mysterion” abbreviated.

+ said...

And again to my original point - whatever poor M sees in religion or the spirit - [i.e. - in references to it he might come across] it is a secular view.

He is unable to surpass that.

Whether he praises it or condemns it.

- It is within his materialistic sphere. - It is merely according to standards which may still be called primitive. - He is not able to actually tell what things are about. - It takes mental abilities he does not possess and he does not recognize. Like a blind man laughing at those implying the possibility of eyesight. Within a society of the like. [I mean his colleagues at the academic establishment] And with a head of a really thick nature. Whatever you say to him he will merely repeat his previous views.

Jesus said...

Shit.

Cut and pasting the obvious to Mysterion said...

You need to discern and affirm for yourself the underlying meaning of his saying, “If you wish to see Buddha Nature, you must first rid yourself of your arrogant pride.” It is not that one lacks sight, but the seeing of which he spoke is based on ridding oneself of one’s arrogant pride. The arrogance of self is not just of one kind, and pride takes many forms. Methods for ridding oneself of these will also be diverse and myriad. Even so, all of these methods will be ‘one’s seeing Buddha Nature’. Thus, you need to learn both to look with your eyes and to see with your Eye.

Shobogenzo, Bussho, Hubert Nearman

Anonymous said...

I'm very proud of my Buddha Nature. Wanna see it?

Anonymous said...

Maybe you should show it to Mike

Alexandra Wallace said...

Ching chong ling long ting tong.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zulEMWj3sVA

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Bizarro Seagal said...

Always remember others may hate you but those who hate you don't win unless you hate them. And then you destroy yourself.

anonymous anonymous said...

mysterion, Was that a lie or did you only think it was true? Either way Mr. Nixon never said it. I'm glad I was able to help you out here. I don't guess you make many things up as that would take some creativity. I think you just have a lot of wrong information in your head or get confused or something.

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Anonymous said...

Tricky mysterion? Nixon didn't think he was a crook either. You should tell all your stories over at mysterion's prostate where they would get the readership they deserve..

Anonymous said...

Burning house?

Talk to a Fire Protection Engineer.

But True said...

It's sad, really, when you consider Mysterion spent years teaching college classes, a situation of complete autocratic rule. It must be disappointing to him to post here and get so much flak from people who don't need to suck his ass for a grade. On the other hand, it must be similar in that neither his students or his readers here seriously give a shit about what he says.

anonymous anonymous said...

He just likes to hear himself talk. The facts truly don't matter to him.

Anonymous said...

His Nixon quote was classic.. mysterion could have found a hundred critical things to say about Nixon. But the truth just wasn't bad enough for him so he made something up. There's no color in mysterion's world. It's all black and white.

mysterion said...

yawn...

Anonymous said...

look, anonymous, just tell us your name

Wise Old Owl said...

anonymous: There is also quite a bit of wisdom for the wisdom guy in part 2.

Days can be sunny
With never a sigh,
Don't need what money
Can buy.
Owls in the tree sing
Their evening of song.
Why shouldn't we sing
Along?
I'm chipper all the day,
Happy with my lot.
How did I get that way?
Look at what I've got.

I got wisdom,
I got spirit,
I got my god --
Who could ask for anything more?
I got churches
In green pastures,
I got my god --
Who could ask for anything more?
I got temples
In green pastures,
I got my gods --
Who could ask for anything more?
Old man devil,
I don't mind him --
You won't find him
'Round my church door
I got starlight,
I got astrology,
I got my gods --
Who could ask for anything more --
Who could ask for anything more?

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Anonymous said...

let's just leave old mysty alone.. i didn't realize. ..crackers..

Anonymous said...

More lies.. So pitiful actually. When he does nothing but surf the interenet and masturbate to old pictures of Liz Taylor. But then who doesn't.

TerryW said...

I like Mysterion's posts! He is consistent and funny! It is the anonymous posters who post nothing but bitches I find tiring and boring.

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R said...

TerryW, - you’re not alone. There used to be another one who did. - However, - I’d say dumb rather than consistent.

+ said...

He’s got his own blog. You could visit him there if you really like him.

Anonymous said...

I wonder whose lecture M attended? Normally, I would think he was making it all up but he went into such detail for a reason. So I think he must have actually left the house this time to go hear someone. Good for him.

Soft Troll said...

Its fun reading Mystie-pie getting linguistically creamed.

It's like those old, text computer adventure games, but with a Bukkake slant.

I suspect he's a bit of a fantasist, which makes it even kinkier.

He just laps it up.

Soft Troll said...

Mysterion sincerely repenting

R [- I've been trying to post this again and again and it wouldn't get through] said...

As for extremely stupid Mysterion @ 12:26 AM: - Emptiness may be a “key concept” in some Buddhist philosophies; Nishijima - as a very good example - almost never mentions it. Either way - being a “key concept” does not make it the essential core. ESM seems only to be able to follow the words of others, - whose empty state - as his own - he is unable to discern. This world is full of intellectual assholes, - who might express their wrongness and their conceit in various ways. Being versed in their words only might effect your appearance, - not your true value.

The spirit is an actual reality. It does not depend on any religion or concept. It would correspond to what is referred to as “the world [or worlds] of formlessness” in Nishijima’s notes to the Shobogenzo. For those who are able to experience it is said to be more real than the physical world. However, - at a certain point, - marked by the rank of a zagen in the Soto sect - one gains understanding of it. Even if it is not expressed that way.

ESM rarely expresses understanding of anything. Merely familiarity with the work of the likes of his assholeness. I referred to the state of the academic establishment previously. SM (which is hereby to be a short form of ESM) is unable to grasp it. If he would he might escape his stupidity, - which is still a long way from gaining an eye.

I said he possesses nothing but intellectualism. (almost) As a response he links that which he does. Does it affirm my claim or does it negate it? Source.

Ran said...

I’ve been trying to post one again and again and it wouldn’t get through, so I guess I’ll just cut it into bits and pieces and send it forth.



captcha = redial

- 1/5 said...

As for extremely stupid Mysterion @ 12:26 AM: - Emptiness may be a “key concept” in some Buddhist philosophies; Nishijima - as a very good example - almost never mentions it. Either way - being a “key concept” does not make it the essential core. ESM seems only to be able to follow the words of others, - whose empty state - as his own - he is unable to discern. This world is full of intellectual assholes, - who might express their wrongness and their conceit in various ways. Being versed in their words only might effect your appearance, - not your true value.

- 3/5 said...

ESM rarely expresses understanding of anything. Merely familiarity with the work of the likes of his assholeness. I referred to the state of the academic establishment previously. SM (which is hereby to be a short form of ESM) is unable to grasp it. If he would he might escape his stupidity, - which is still a long way from gaining an eye.

- 3/5 said...

I said he possesses nothing but intellectualism. (almost) As a response he links that which he does. Does it affirm my claim or does it negate it?

- 5/5 said...

Source.

Just me. said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BotpeCr38Ss&feature=channel_video_title

if you haven't seen this april fools tree leaf zen post you should watch it b/c it talks about you and genpo roshi.

- 2/5 said...

The spirit is an actual reality. It does not depend on any religion or concept. It would correspond to what is referred to as “the world [or worlds] of formlessness” in Nishijima’s notes to the Shobogenzo. For those who are able to experience it is said to be more real than the physical world. However, - at a certain point, - marked by the rank of a zagen in the Soto sect - one gains understanding of it. Even if it is not expressed that way.

1-5 said...

2/5 was there, and I waited a while to see it does not vanish, and then it did.

The second 3/5 is of course 4/5.

You can try and read them according to order, if you like.

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... said...

2/5 was there again, and remained again, - and vanished again.

I guess cause “zagen” was italicized.

I’ll post it again without the italicization and I guess it’ll stay.

Mysterion said...

@ 8:18 AM Anonymous Soft Troll said...

"Mysterion sincerely repenting"

Exactly. Thank you.

- 2/5 said...

The spirit is an actual reality. It does not depend on any religion or concept. It would correspond to what is referred to as “the world [or worlds] of formlessness” in Nishijima’s notes to the Shobogenzo. For those who are able to experience it is said to be more real than the physical world. However, - at a certain point, - marked by the rank of a zagen in the Soto sect - one gains understanding of it. Even if it is not expressed that way.

R said...

Sorry about the mess.

Two more things still:

+ said...

- “The concept of 'spirit' is based on FEAR. Fear of death.”.



- OK. - Mysterion thinks so. - That makes sense. - I might have too, - when I was at about 1/4th of his age.

He’ll get over it, if he lives to be 530. - He’s a bit slow but he’ll get there one day. - If you take reincarnation to be a fact, that is.


- Could try making movies, - meanwhile.

btw said...

- I’ve come across some mention “the eternity of the sole”. - That is to say - it seems - they don’t know what they are talking about.

- The sole might be said to be a kind of intermediator between the body and spirit. - It contributes to the construction of the spirit. - Animals possess a sole too.

- The spirit is constructed within man.


The two words are not synonyms.

Soft Troll said...

If it's any consolation, Ran, others have tried with Mysti, but to no avail

+2 said...

Thinking about it, mysterion might have a point. But it's on the top of his head. Spirit is real to me as his fantasy lectures are real to him. That is to say neither are very real.

- 3/5 is to be after 4/5. I thought I lost it but then it reappeared else I might have missed it the first time.

I would like to make one other entry but now I'm tired so it can wait.

OMG said...

Soul, of course.

If I don't check in advance I make a lot of spelling mistakes in English.



Wtf.

I [really] am tired said...

should be "I might make"

filet of soul said...

sleep.. I need sleep.

It's been three days..

oh well said...

should be "fillet"

+ said...

ST, - can’t see your video in Israel.


Night.


(- and that’s a nice troll just up here this time, I did spend too much time down here today. - night, - last one.)

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Hamlet's uncle said...

And everyone in the U.S. went absolutely ape over CHARLES IN CHARGE we heard over here in Denmark.

Soft Troll said...

Mysti-Pie

Father Ted waqs written by Irish writers with an all Irish cast, produced for Channel 4, not the Beeb.

Apologise

Soft Troll said...

Oh - and re the emptiness of emptiness Mystie...

...do you recall exiting your first profound realisation?

Anonymous said...

If it comes out of mysty's mouth, there is a very good chance it's wrong.. But that in itself is useful. Thank you mysterion!

Wade Garrett said...

This bar needs better bouncers.

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Mumon said...

Genpo Merzel is back. He's doing a do-over of his "disrobing." Or maybe an "un-disrobing." Or something like that.

Sometimes he calls himself "Genpo Merzel" and sometimes "Zen Master" and sometimes "Genpo Roshi."

I think we should standardize on "Genpo Merzel" in usage.

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Mumon said...

@Mysterion:

Shh....he'll trademark the name...

lest this disappear said...

A little more to the point, Brad seems to be a wandering monk.

We should name his antics "Hongan's Heros."

Shin = Jodo Shinshu (Land, New Pure)
a.k.a. New Pure Land Buddhism: a Buddhism with a Heaven you can go to. (Nirvana goes West)

Jodo Shu (my lineage) = Pure Land (re-branded nibbana - extends the concept to those without a fully developed ability to think in the abstract)

When I married in September 1984, this immediately became my lineage - without vows, study, effort, or intention. It (Jodo Shu) is an old family business. Thus, I am painfully aware of Kuge.
(scroll way down the linked page...)

My followers wear a sapphire.

SAPPHIRE: Sapphire was felt to suppress wickedness and impure thoughts. Thus, it promoted tranquility and peace. source

Whatever. I'm still married to the same 'little girl.' At age 50, she is still life's 24.

merzel mysterion said...

The above was originally posted by Mysterion at 6:39 PM.

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Anonymous said...

Just sit?

R said...

Morning.





- "You must be new".

- That is the man imagines his public disturbances actually [- normally] get read.

All you need to do is click on the top line - just next to "Mysterion" - when see it, - and you will make a better use of your time for ever after, - or for the time being - in the least.


[dead serious]

anonymous anonymous said...

"I was treated unreasonably well in Japan"

You are treated unreasonably well everywhere you go. It is beyond me why Brad doesn't place a permanent ban on you.

Not So New said...

He's tolerated because he's a donor don't you know, to the ongoing wandering hobo Brad fund.

Anonymous said...

Well.. Say what you want about Brad, but he's is a very tolerant person. He's completely the opposite of mysterion.

Anonymous said...

in that way, I should have added..

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Anonymous said...

m, maybe you are tolerant, i can't say. but you are tactless to the point of stupidity.

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Chuang Chou said...

Once upon a time, I, Chuang Chou, dreamed I was a butterfly, fluttering hither and thither, to all intents and purposes a butterfly. I was conscious only of my happiness as a butterfly, unaware that I was Chou. Soon I awakened, and there I was, veritably myself again. Now I do not know whether I was then a man dreaming I was a butterfly, or whether I am now a butterfly, dreaming I am a man.

Quotation sourced to the book known as Zhuangzi.

anonymous anonymous said...

m, so now you're a performance artist?

I think of you more like a comedian who's not funny.
or a tone-deaf musician.
or a teacher who would rather impress than teach.

pretentious, long-winded, bombastic, inflated, oratorical, overblown, pompous, shallow, superficial, swollen, tedious, tumescent, tumid, turgid, windy.

yeah.. that about covers you.

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anonymous anonymous said...

m, your talents are scary. i think you know how to surf the internet and cut and paste really well. but i don't think you are a performance artist or a teacher for that matter.

FFS said...

For fuck's sake.

Anonymous said...

Actually if you click on half Mysterion's links like only the preface to a bizarre treatise on Dewey, it's apparent that he's a copy/pasting image-making machine. With a strange choice in captive audiences. that last link was copyright 2000.

Furthermore, anyone who cites having a japanese wife as a credential (M's not the only one who has done that) is revealing some image issues. I'd say something about the pics of the dog but that's not really fair.

Anonymous said...

When your science teacher smashed a frozen rose with a hammer, did you warm the petals to bring them back to life?

No. In that moment, I became so enlightened I shit myself senseless but never told anyone about it never have i ever

fuck off

john e mumbles said...

Those moments of satori when you are young are such a surprise I think because you wonder what the hell happened that I am suddenly waking up in this moment when the moment used to be everpresent.

It happened to me when I was 7 and sent off for something I was intrigued by in an ad in the back of a magazine. When the Liquid Smoke arrived I anxiously opened the plastic sample package expecting a miracle and it was just nasty crap.

But in that moment I was timelessly catapulted into a memory of being captivated with liquid rock in the form of molten lava, and intrigued, dove head first into Mt. Etna leaving behind my golden sandal.

Cigaro said...

My cock is much bigger than yours.

Anonymous said...

How many pictures of mysterion's dogs has he posted on his blog? - many

How many pictures of mysterion's imaginary wife has he posted? - 0

How many time has he referenced his most excellent education? - innumerable.

How many time has he provided proof of being anything other than a Wikipedia surfing couch potato? - 0

How many time has he sneeringly mentioned the idiocy of xtians, jews or other abrahamic ilk? - innumerable

How many times has he noted a personal foible? - 0

How many times has he tried to be funny and failed. - innumerable

How many times has he actually made someone laugh other than his imaginary wife? - 0

How many times has he mentioned his own selfless charitable nature? - innumerable

How many times has he tried to turn the subject to something that interests him personally? - innumerable

How many times has someone found one of his (comments) interesting, other than his easily entertained imaginary wife? - 0

Anonymous said...

Judgement day

Anonymous said...

bottle for your coke

bottle for my coke

Mysterion said...
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Belly Good said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
"How many pictures of mysterion's imaginary wife has he posted? - 0"

maybe you should stop trying to project your failures upon others

R said...

I wish to state I enjoyed reading Anonymous @ 6:23 AM.

(& 4:27 PM)


Mysterion is innocent, but he doesn't realize how unpleasant and devoid of value [not always - but the “scholastic” material (- “stuff” - in contemporary English)] his own posting is.




+ : - 6:23 am did manage to get to him, - which is a nice thing in itself.

+ said...

From now on - if you want to get on his nerves - just tell him “You’ve got no wife”.


If you want to get him extremely upset - go: - “You’ve got three dogs and no wife”.

[verified by the RCC]




;)








Ne.

anonymous anonymous said...

I won't say that I hate the man because hate is complicated, misunderstood and in some circles undervalued. But I can say that much to my chagrin, he consistently increases the neural activity in my medial frontal gyrus, right putamen and bilaterally in my premotor cortex whenever he opens his mouth. But it's more like a reptilian repulsion. I don't think I hate him or wish him ill. My aversion has to do with his fixed attitude rather than any intellectual position.

Samya (samya1991@yahoo.co.in) said...

You won't believe this but I live in Kolkata, Eastern India and that billboard appeared in Bengali near the end of Shealdah fly-over! I've been wondering what it's about every time my bus crosses that point and I sit on the right-hand-side, but I've been forgetting all along to try and tune in to the station. (Also I don't care)

Grimoirguru said...

As someone who grew up in the church, I must challenge Mr. Camping with the following verses:

But concerning that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, nor the Son, but the Father only.
                                        Matthew 24:36,37


...And...

Now concerning the times and the seasons, brothers, you have no need to have anything written to you. For you yourselves are fully aware that the day of the Lord will come like a thief in the night.
                                        1 Thessalonians 5:1,2


So how is it that Mr. Camping has inside information that apparently no one is to be privy, except one being, according to the book he professes to follow?

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