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Hi, I am new and want to introduce myself . . .

 Hi, I am new here and want to introduce myself; I am hoping to meet enthused, active practicioners of all the good ideas and make friends. I am hoping to meet a nice young woman here too. I am 33. 


Please message me if you are the vital type, ladies and gentleman. And keep recommending Atlas Shrugged to everybody! smile.png

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Welcome.....

 

 

                 ....... Darrell however this is not a dateing site but if your cute and like Canadians ,  we can talk.

 

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oh please, every site's a

oh please, every site's a dating site.  you think i've ever talked to a girl online without at least a flicker of a thought of fucking her in the back of my head?  please.

welcome, darrell.

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Hi . . .

Hi,

By the way, you can email me here: [email protected]  So, how did you hear of this site?  Have you read any Ayn Rand?  What is your name?

Talk soon.

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Welcome. This really isn't a

Welcome.

This really isn't a dating website. We do have an "experienced chick" named CJ, but she is busy all the time and has turned me down. (note to Op, it is an inside joke, CJ is a really nice AARP ager)

 

I hate Ayan Rand, she like theists thought that "one size fits all" and was just as utopian in her script "life goes this way all the time" crap. Life is messy and what works for one doesn't always work for others.

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Hi Daz

 

Darrell Cody wrote:

Hi,

By the way, you can email me here: [email protected]  So, how did you hear of this site?  Have you read any Ayn Rand?  What is your name?

Talk soon.

Darrell Cody

 

 

I found the site by accident, no doubt between moments surfing porn and tech sites. I thought Anthem was Ayn Rand's most interesting book because I first read it when I was 14. 

When I read Atlas Shrugged at 15 or so I thought it was a good book. Later I decided it was anti-human and misrepresentative of the left's universal altruism. The unfolding of the future has confirmed my viewpoint. 

Both conservative and liberal viewpoints must co-exist in a functioning society. In the frisson between them lies functional social governance - care we can afford to pay for and a business model that does not leverage the future. 

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Welcome!

Welcome!

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Welcome!

Thanks!


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Welcome to the forum

Welcome to the forum !

Can't really help you in regards to dating, for  I am just a cartoon cat that likes to ride Harley Davidsons.

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 Ha!  Cartoon cat!  Perhaps you can set me up on a date with a hot animated lady, like Jessica Rabbit, or the girls from Cool World (a movie in lousy taste, but interesting too.)  Anyone you know like that?  An atheist animated, preferably computer animated young lady between the ages of 18 and 45, likes classical music, Ayn Rand and high positivity people?  But she has to be able to *commit*.  I don't go for the irresponsible types.


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Welcome Darrell! You will find there are several followers of Ayn Rand here. I have read everything she wrote a long time ago, I was once a wanna be Objectivist, but no longer, I was once a believer too! Also no longer.

Lately I'm  more into dispelling fantasy, like beliefs in gods.

Anyway, enjoy the forums.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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My dear pauljohntheskeptic - thanks for the welcome.  What turned you off to Objectivism?  I mean, it's basic message is "use reason" which means 'use your brain', and everything else in Objectivism follows from that quite logically.  It has always rang true to me.  It sure is a useful tool to explain why there are no mystic beings.  

And hey, you've gotta stand for something.  You can't just stand for 'no God'.  People need an ideology, just not a fairy tale one.

What do you think?

 


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And btw - pauljohntheskeptic ...

 Who are the other Ayn Rand fans here?  I'd love it if you could tell them to message me.  I'd really like to meet more!!!


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 Ha!  Cartoon cat!  Perhaps you can set me up on a date with a hot animated lady, like Jessica Rabbit, or the girls from Cool World (a movie in lousy taste, but interesting too.)  Anyone you know like that?  An atheist animated, preferably computer animated young lady between the ages of 18 and 45, likes classical music, Ayn Rand and high positivity people?  But she has to be able to *commit*.  I don't go for the irresponsible types.

Hmm, don't know too many cartoon chicks that do not exist outside of anime and manga (which I am not really big fan). But, most of them are not interested in a cartoon cat biker that hates Monday mornings and tries to figure out how to annoy Odie most of the time.

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 Who are the other Ayn Rand fans here?  I'd love it if you could tell them to message me.  I'd really like to meet more!!!

I must confess to being a bit ignorant about Ayn Rand.

I know that a lot of people claim that Libertarian ideals were founded on objectivism, but that Rand herself seemed to hate Libertarianism.

I know that one of my favorite Atheist writers, Christopher Hitchens did not like her, but I do not know why (I never got to heavily into Hitchens politics, outside of his books on Orwell and the Case Against Henry Kissinger).

Any helpful links to Objectivism ?

I know there is the electronic god of google that will take me to Wiki entries and stuff titled : My Objectivist homepage.

So I thought I might take a shortcut on it Smiling

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Darrell Cody wrote:My

Darrell Cody wrote:

My dear pauljohntheskeptic - thanks for the welcome.  What turned you off to Objectivism?  I mean, it's basic message is "use reason" which means 'use your brain', and everything else in Objectivism follows from that quite logically.  It has always rang true to me.  It sure is a useful tool to explain why there are no mystic beings.  

And hey, you've gotta stand for something.  You can't just stand for 'no God'.  People need an ideology, just not a fairy tale one.

What do you think?

 

My problem was her ideas don't fit the world we live in any longer.

Those who claim to follow her as in the Tea Party and right wing conservatives, generally are only picking and choosing from her ideas. They overlook that one of the 1st things that must be discarded is the belief in god(s).

They want the government out of their lives in regard to money and finance but want the government in your life to regulate morals and your personal life.

Hardly the philosophy she advocated.

One of her ideas, "only evil wins in a compromise" assumes that the person who is refusing to do so is the one that is right.

Look where this has taken the US in the last few years.

Ayn Rand also did not grasp the world would become the interlocked economic system that it is today.

Free markets don't really exist as she desired due to corporations that have grown to the point of controlling governments. And governments world wide are not what they were when she developed her philosophy.

This is your introduction thread, so we can talk more about this in a more appropriate OP if you want.

Beyond Saving and Exc are 2 members that have similar views to you. They will no doubt drop by at some point.

I have to go off to work shortly, I run a tax office for one of the major tax prep companies. Thanks to a Congress that can't do their jobs that whole thing is in a mess right now.

Perhaps that was the whole idea.

Anyway, welcome and enjoy the forums.

 

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Welcome to the forums Darrell. I am one of those crazy folk who more or less follow objectivism. I'm afraid Ayn would find me immoral for my laziness  and crazy bitch really needed to get laid; but when it comes to things like supporting laissez-faire capitalism, I am all about that.  

 

For Harley:

http://www.atlassociety.org/

http://www.aynrand.org/site/PageServer?pagename=index

 

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Ayn never learned how people work, and therefore never saw how flawed her thoughts were on economics and politics. But she meant well... I suppose...

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Darrell Cody wrote:

 Who are the other Ayn Rand fans here?  I'd love it if you could tell them to message me.  I'd really like to meet more!!!

I must confess to being a bit ignorant about Ayn Rand.

I know that a lot of people claim that Libertarian ideals were founded on objectivism, but that Rand herself seemed to hate Libertarianism.

I know that one of my favorite Atheist writers, Christopher Hitchens did not like her, but I do not know why (I never got to heavily into Hitchens politics, outside of his books on Orwell and the Case Against Henry Kissinger).

Any helpful links to Objectivism ?

I know there is the electronic god of google that will take me to Wiki entries and stuff titled : My Objectivist homepage.

So I thought I might take a shortcut on it Smiling

 

The right thing to do is to read the novel Atlas Shrugged to get to know it.  Great novel.  Great philosophy.  

 

However, a good place on the web to begin to look at the philosophy is The Ayn Rand Institute website - this is the page with a very brief introduction to the philosophy.  However, Atlas Shrugged is really the way to go:

 

http://www.aynrand.org/site/PageServer?pagename=objectivism_intro


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Buy The Soul Taker . .

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Darrell Cody wrote:

 Ha!  Cartoon cat!  Perhaps you can set me up on a date with a hot animated lady, like Jessica Rabbit, or the girls from Cool World (a movie in lousy taste, but interesting too.)  Anyone you know like that?  An atheist animated, preferably computer animated young lady between the ages of 18 and 45, likes classical music, Ayn Rand and high positivity people?  But she has to be able to *commit*.  I don't go for the irresponsible types.

Hmm, don't know too many cartoon chicks that do not exist outside of anime and manga (which I am not really big fan). But, most of them are not interested in a cartoon cat biker that hates Monday mornings and tries to figure out how to annoy Odie most of the time.

   Harley Fan or not  you should go buy  the The_SoulTaker (anime), I dont own it but I remember it when it aired as a kid. It has this wonderful 'Schizo edge'  to it  that only the Japanese is their butchering of genres can solely seem to manage.  

 Ref. --  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anime_Unleashed#List_of_anime_broadcast_by_Anime_Unleashed_.282002-2006.29

  Hi Darrell

   You know there is someone here who has been dying to come out of her shell (naming no names).  I'd stick with popular culture and work your way up from there Smiling Smiling


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Hi Danatemporary.

Hi Danatemporary - 

So - have you seen Les Miserables or The Hobbit yet?  What do you listen to - music-wise I mean?  Classical, Taylor Swift, Credence Clearwater Revival, etc?  I'd prefer it if you could email me, ok?  Or here is fine, but email is better for chatting - [email protected]

Talk soon!  Smiling

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danatemporary wrote:

   Harley Fan or not  you should go buy  the The_SoulTaker (anime), I dont own it but I remember it when it aired as a kid. It has this wonderful 'Schizo edge'  to it  that only the Japanese is their butchering of genres can solely seem to manage.  

 

Speaking of which, do you remember the one where there was this website that people would go to at midnight, enter in a name, and this creepy little girl would appear and tell them their was a heavy price for their vengence ? I believe it was called, Hell Girl, or something like that.

There was one that I watched (name eludes me again, damnit) where this young man is working in this like herbal tea shop that is run by a sorceress?  That I enjoyed.

Finally, there was a real wild one (name eludes me  on that one too) where this businessmen is taken hostage by this boatload of mercenaries, his corporation refuses to pay his ransom, and he ends up joining the mercenaries ? I want to say that it was called Napalm something or maybe Black something, shit I don't know.

If any of these ring a bell, I'd appreciate you letting me know.

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I think I know two of the three you mentioned:
 
 The first one I am lost, I dont know. But the actual comix like to feature little girls. I know of something I heard about (don't ask me how) where there was a six to eight year old assassin, it later was animated. I never saw it either. But the upshot was she would knock on the door, they would answer. Molly-locks and stocks  would pull out a fully automatic weapon and pepper the hotel room, killing everyone inside (dastardly)! I get most of this for free whenever possible if I ever watch it at all. I saw the one called  Blood : The Last Vampire. I enjoyed it, it was a different take on the genre (for free, Tehehe!)  Second, I think you are thinking of Silent Möbius, one of the chief characters was Roy and he was killed.  I saw most of it and I highly enjoyed that as well.  I never saw any of the Black Lagoon series. Like you I dont have a christmas list of Anime and Manga titles. Santa gave me exactly two books this year, that "I" payed, in advance this year. Not a complaint it was only with the flooding, which now isnt a problem now, I was separated from my mom and sister. So we all ended up giving each other floral arrangements. Which is odd, because we all are usually more generous to one another than that. If next year it's the same, I'm OK with that as well. It's nice to be around family now and again, that is what people want most for the holidays anyhow. That 'Blood': the last Vampire  would be a good one for a title to check out as well. Smiling 

    I didnt mean to intentionally ignore you Darrell.  For the person I was thinking of I dont know; although personally Les Mis (Les Misérables) the adaption that became the play is one of 'my' favorite.


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So . . .

 Well, have her email me at [email protected], ok?  Just to chat, no expectations.  Thank you!  Smiling 

 


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 Well, have her email me at [email protected], ok?  Just to chat, no expectations.  Thank you!  Smiling 

 

i'm fairly certain dana is talking about captain pineapple, in which case good luck.  probably the best strategy would be to try as hard as you can to keep her from finding out you have a working dick.

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there was this website that people would go to at midnight, enter in a name, and this creepy little girl would appear and tell them their was a heavy price for their vengence ?

 

Those kicks can be had from this website sometimes when theists get mad and talk of the vengeance of the LORD.

 


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Those kicks can be had from this website sometimes when theists get mad and talk of the vengeance of the LORD.

 

 

LOL. Yeah, where is the Hell Girl when you need her ?

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RE :: You Are Now Operating On A Different Playing Field!

 Reminded of a Anime  they rerun  for donkey's years, (no hyperbole)

Fanfictions strained at the unability to have things left as they were, I take it family formed after marital ties

 

http://www.rationalresponders.com/forum/32418?page=1#comment-383753  URL/Link .. www.rationalresponders.com/forum/32418?page=1 Nu #52  {http://www.rationalresponders.com/forum/32418?page=1#comment-383753}

Betrayer ,  . .  Inuyahsa

 

 

  Background Plot to those who have no earthly idea who or/are what the Animated Anime of InuYasha (犬夜叉), even was; (Man, you people scare me).

  Attributions to Wikipedia  (I dont know it this is all that tasteful, but it is well-know among toon-heads a short decade back)

  The story begins in Tokyo, Japan (the male gaze), with  a fifteen-year-old  school girl  named Kagome, hey I didn't make up the story, who lives on the grounds of her family's hereditary  Shinto shrine. She is there with her mother, grandfather and her little brother named Sota. When she goes into the well house to retrieve her cat Buyo (the cutest), she falls back unexpectedly and instead of hitting the bottom of the well, however, Kagome continues to fall and is transported back to the Feudal era of Japan's history, back into the well to the Sengoku period. While falling she gives birth to a tainted jewel from her side. The drawn-out tale, really the entire journey is in pursuit of this very magical jewel known as the Shikon Jewel ( the Jewel of the Four Souls). Back in that era, Kagome unseals a half demon trapped by a sacred arrow against a nearby tree, who never did escape before they feel the full brunt mutual betrayal that led to this mess, as another part of the backstory. The half-demon, IS  InuYasha, white haired dog-eared is a friend. He had been sealed to the tree fifty years previously by a priestess named Kikyo,  who also turns out to have been the Kagome's previous incarnation. (,imaginative these animes). Kikyo had requested, upon her death, constituting and through  the act of the enemy, the Jewel of the Four Souls was to be burned with her in her funeral pyre so no one could ever abuse its tremendous power. Their main opponent is Naraku, he was a real piece of work,  a devious and powerful collective, shape-shifting half-demon, lacking any self-control, who manipulated the initial conflict between Kikyo and Inuyasha, ending with Kikyo sealing Inuyasha to the tree. A raven tries to catch away the Jewel, instantly transfiguring it into something else. Bigoted Kagome, While trying to shoo away a gigantic raven demon with one, two, and a third eye. She inadvertently takes bad aim with her bow and hits the magical jewel, with her sacred arrow, according to the tale, shattering it. (Good-natured but the Temperamental teen, is shown once in a dream sequence, where she is taking archery lessons from her former incarnation. Couldn't hurt!) As a direct result, It sends  them on this  extremely long journey, of but a single act. The animated series nemesis / protagonist who was called: Naraku. Naraku slowly gathers shards for himself and acts as a master manipulator, he is pure evil, setting up traps forcing InuYasha and his companions to take Kagome's fragments of the Shikon Jewel, referred to as Shikon Shards .. Eventually, Naraku collects all of the Shikon Shards and reassembles the Jewel into its original and complete form. Although Inuyasha and his allies defeat him, Naraku uses his immeasurable strength and power as the Jewel's owner to wish for Kagome's spirit to be trapped inside it with his own, which would allow Naraku to survive within it in eternal conflict with her. (Never saw the end of the series myself). Yada day del Yada, With InuYasha by her side, Kagome, eventually freed by the blending, wishes for the jewel to be transfigured, thus, erasing Naraku from existence and breaking the cycle of conflict, on two levels. She and Inuyasha are then thrown back to their own time periods and the Well becomes sealed, causing them to lose contact for three months.

  If I get hurt, I accept the pain;  I'll never hurt you intentionally.  ((I NEVER SAID  I WASN'T WRONG))

  Because  of  you . .

 



 Oh,  There was a considerable love interest, that eventually developed  between  InuYasha and Kagome, for those who never saw it.  I only begun to see it myself. And,  All that to, when you get the spare chance check out the video, must must see YouTube Video, it only takes a minute of your busy time :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWE-zZ9GB6E {www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWE-zZ9GB6E}

  It shows   mainly on but one-half of the coin  !!    Jeremiah is commonly known as the "weeping prophet," You  all should  remember  what the  weeping prophet says about the heart .. "[it's] beyond cure. Who can understand it?"

 


 

   It's a long road, getting from here to there . .

 A quote from Tolkien's stab at the Arthurian legend :: 

         ''Thus the tides of time to turn backward and the heathen to humble, his hope urged him, that with harrying ships they should hunt no more''

 



 0ff - site  ::

 

     Unrelated to cell, post  or  message sent   as in the following ::

Gospel of Saint Matt. (Word of Christ, in red) --

 

''When the unclean counterfeit spirit has gone out of a person, it passes through waterless places seeking rest, but finds none.  Then it says, ‘I will return to my house from which I came.’ And when it comes, it finds the house empty, swept, and put in order. Then it goes and brings with it seven other spirits more evil than itself, and they enter and dwell there, and the last state of that person is worse than the first. So also will it be with this evil generation.”

 
While he was still speaking to the people, behold, his mother and his brothers stood outside, asking to speak to him. But he replied to the man who told him, “Who is my mother, and who are my brothers?”  And stretching out his hand toward his disciples, he said, “Here are my mother and my brothers!  For whoever does the will of my Father in heaven is my brother and sister and mother.”

 


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   Back to the Animated Series . . .

   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6l6HyeY_EPw  {www.youtube.com/watch?v=6l6HyeY_EPw}  A t t n . -- Twins

 


     ACTUALLY  this subject-was broached  in a old episode of   Inuyasha, Where he was asked:   Which one will you choose Kagome or Kikyo?  Inuyasha said,  Well,  can I have both ??  It's then when miroku (lecherous miroku) told him:  "After all,  we're both men of the world, aren't we?" "Now that's the problem with men as it as to keep guite about it" I vaguely recall in the episode, from the series, Hell hath no fury . .  And neither of the two were too happy at him entertaining such a thought.

 

  View / See :: Something to see  Image part of comment --

 

  Be very careful  that you don't end up with the 'wrong' girl .. Hey, it's just about time you came beside me, to helpfully figuare it out, K?

 

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 Titus 1:6 -- ''An elder must be blameless, the husband of one wife, a man whose children believe . . ''


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 Welcome Darrell.Never

 Welcome Darrell.

Never forget that Jesus is Judeo Christian MYTH!


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JesusNEVERexisted wrote:

 Welcome Darrell.

Never forget that Jesus is Judeo Christian MYTH!

Why is Dana posting stuff in threads which are over a year old? 


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digitalbeachbum wrote:

JesusNEVERexisted wrote:

 Welcome Darrell.

Never forget that Jesus is Judeo Christian MYTH!

Why is Dana posting stuff in threads which are over a year old? 


yeah, for real. then replying to her own posts...

"I have never felt comfortable around people who talk about their feelings for Jesus, or any other deity for that matter, because they are usually none too bright. . . . Or maybe 'stupid' is a better way of saying it; but I have never seen much point in getting heavy with either stupid people or Jesus freaks, just as long as they don't bother me. In a world as weird and cruel as this one we have made for ourselves, I figure anybody who can find peace and personal happiness without ripping off somebody else deserves to be left alone. They will not inherit the earth, but then neither will I. . . . And I have learned to live, as it were, with the idea that I will never find peace and happiness, either. But as long as I know there's a pretty good chance I can get my hands on either one of them every once in a while, I do the best I can between high spots."
--Hunter S. Thompson


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There is a season, and a time for every purpose under Heaven:

   Addressed  T0  0ff - the Website  --

           ................  It is clear from the description, it may be one of my little messages to certain interested parties (, perhaps ?) . .


   The word that expresses the emotional anguish, is not the final word in any story . .

   See :: Images --

 There is a time . . .

  A time to tear apart and a time to sew together; .. A time to be silent and a time to speak.

  

 

  

     http://tinypic.com/m/ibzzuq/3
 

 

  p.p.s. --  For everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven:   Season's greetings 

 


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What's the season?

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Nursery time draws near & Spring seems to be all year around

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    Graciously and vigorously the bobbies are pursuing the trade in our/your area (See:: specific Image Below) - 

 

  

  

  

   Now the final and last puzzle piece, has come into her own, being elegant,  as she ever remains, too  Smiling  I hate it she is still hurting, I hear !!

 


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