Twitter

Nowhere else does a word like ‘bullycided’ come to such prominence, e.g.; and nowhere else are posts ignored or celebrated based on the popularity of the poster, as much — just like in high school where people are ignored or celebrated largely based on who they, rather than what they have to say. I ain’t kidding when I say it reiterates clear cut clique behavior; and to a much higher degrees than forums, and a much much higher degrees than comment sections. Anonymous forums hardly give an opportunity for such at all, and platforms like Discord have a much more cozy adult-like atmosphere, even somehow on Facebook you are rated more for what you have to say than for how popular you are. It’s in the mechanisms of Twitter that accidentally encourages this (I’ve heard they are thinking of changing it, actually to make it more like 4chan incidentally); like Nick Land used to follow me on 2 of 3 of his accounts, and just that alone gave me clout in DMs with people into his stuff. Like, damn, it’s like in high school: “Oh, you know him. Ok, you’re cool. Imma listen to what you have to say [because of that, and actually not just because of non-hominem logic].” And there’s the “Oh, he has over 800 followers, so imma follow him to. At least he’s got clout, so he’s one of us.” type of thinking which is just saturated in that platform’s atmosphere (people literally make fun of each other all the time because of their number of followers, which is pathetic and has nothing to do with if the person is interesting or not, you literally see total dopes having thousands of followers there, even insane paranoiacs with ramblings).

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Listing update

Hey. How are you doing?
To prevent bad experiences, I had to update the listing:

Basic room next to Selfoss. I must say to prevent bad experiences: on a dirty smelly old farm. My mom has Parkinson’s and my brother is severly Autistic—and I’m helping her out a little bit; we’re saving up money for renovations. The room is clean, but the other areas aren’t (cancel if this reservation if you think that’s gonna trouble you). They have yet to be redone. Like, they need massive renovation and lots of cleaning in areas.

For this reason I’ve removed the kitchen from the listing, is that okay with you? Please do not give me a bad review since you have already been warned.
We are surrounded by horses, mountains. But the garden needs a lot of cleaning, and construction.

Typically cozy and quiet. We are on a road to have everything organic and renewable. I honestly wanna build a spa here, but we have a lot of tasks to overcome first! You are helping by staying here if you are also sure about that this place can suit you for one night without having a bad experience because of the aesthetics and lack of work, so far.
There are many cats in the house. Unlimited WiFi. Hot water.

The Third Estate made good use of Freemasonry as a network and a powerhouse—and ideology in a sense—which was needed versus the converse of the very international Roman Catholic Church, which certainly had its orders, scholars, coders, and multi-level doctrines. So, I would think that’s almost certain, yes.

Hey Titouan. Glad to have you booked as a guest at my listing! I must say you have a very nice smile in your picture.

Anyway, about this Airbnb experience you have booked,

I am trying to increase and improve my communication with my guests to ensure more positive experiences for guests and the hosts. And to prevent or minimize bad experiences. I am confident in the future of this farm, and in my future as a host.
I am improving with every guest that I host.

The changes in this place are going slowly, but they are assured. It has a bright future. One day it might be famous. However,

I’ve been getting some bad reviews recently, I must advise you. Simply my listing’s description wasn’t describing the place well enough. This is a rundown farm. Some people complain about a smell in the hallway and in the kitchen, but most do not. To prevent bad experiences, I have removed the kitchen from the listing. But the rooms are clean.
I am renting out this place so I can save up for its renovation. It’s been under the authority of my mother, but she has Parkinson’s. We are slowly working on improving here. Most people like it. If you are expecting something different let me know. If you think you would have a bad experience with a place that some people describe as “needs cleaning” — please consider booking another listing. But if you don’t mind a rundown dirty old farm with a bright future, then you are welcome.
Please be honest. It’s okay to cancel. Just don’t give me a bad review after I warned you.
I hope I can help you out! I hope this helps. I hope you will get what you need. Let me know.

Imma just post n’ edit my standard Airbnb response here:

 

I appreciate the quick response! Impressive honesty, too. Alright, you made a good choice, cause I believe this place will be something great in the future.

B.t.w., if you need any assistance regarding anything in Iceland and beyond, let me know. lol.
My name is the same on Facebook, in case of emergency or for convenience of messaging. Also, on Facebook there are groups in English for guests of Iceland — one of them is called Iceland Q & A, but the name speaks for itself. There’s also a group on hiking, e.g.

God is magical nothing

Suppose there were nothing. Then there would be no laws; for laws, after all, are something. If there were no laws, then everything would be permitted. If everything were permitted, then nothing would be forbidden. So if there were nothing, nothing would be forbidden. Thus nothing is self-forbidding. Therefore, there must be something. QED.

 

isn’t this what they call circular reasoning or something the like? anyway,  think there’s a simpler way of ceasing to be a Nothing-believer. to realise that “Nothing” is just a concept. it’s a mere placeholder. people use  ‘nothing’ in their daily lives, and they think they know what it means. they really don’t. they say “there’s nothing in the empty glass.” the glass is littered with microorganisms, particles, dust, you know. it doesn’t contain “nothing.” there is no nothing. the glass contains oxygen.
air is filled with stuff. air is actually a gaseous substance surrounding the earth.
so the “nothing” that people believe in is a sentimental notion. it’s a reified notion. even a valorised notion. it’s something used to say the glass doesn’t contain visible dirt, doesn’t contain water or any other liquids. “for all intents and purposes the glass contains nothing, but actually it contains air, microorganisms, dust.” people believe in illusions.
i figured this shit out on my own, but here’s from Science:

NEW YORK — It was all much ado about nothing as physicists and thinkers came together to debate the concept of nothing Wednesday (March 20) here at the American Museum of Natural History.

The simple idea of nothing, a concept that even toddlers can understand, proved surprisingly difficult for the scientists to pin down, with some of them questioning whether such a thing as nothing exists at all.

The first, most basic idea of nothing — empty space with nothing in it — was quickly agreed not to be nothing. In our universe, even a dark, empty void of space, absent of all particles, is still something.

people who believe in “Nothing after death” are believing in an infantile notion. a plebeian mundane quotidian concept. even “the sky is blue” is a bit less infantile. but the sky is actually multicolor.

some posit a “deeper nothing” — but they can’t really say anything about that — it’s just another concept. “b-but…”. they don’t know that; except in a nonlinguistic manner, in a manner that you can’t describe.  ‘neti neti’ they say in Sanskrit. meaning  ‘not this, not this.’ which is not the same notion as most people have when they use the the placeholder “Nothing”. Nihilists—and those are very common, a fair amount of people of all classes, as Nietzsche said ~ 200 years ago, and which has come true—believe in the placeholder concept. they are literally transposing. projecting. transference. it’s the same as transferring the image of a secret-handshake schemer onto every single Jew. or a slaveholder onto every single white man. it’s a notion. abstracted and transposed. it’s not nothing. it’s the absence of what you are looking for. looking for liquid or visible dirt in a glass? see none? you’ve got a placeholder for that: “nothing.” opening a room to answer a question “what’s there?” nothing but a floor, walls, etc. right. “nothing.” in a room littered with mycobacteria, dust. never literal nothing.
your nothing is a superstition. the real nothing is God.
that’s how magic works.

“alpha” humans

[–]gyiparrp  

“Adam ruins” is classic satire. Typically, but not always, and not in Adam’s case, the requirement for satire is humor.

His science isn’t incorrect. In wolves, “Alphas” are the heads of families of migratory wolves. The bonobos are our most closely related evolutionary cousins, and their hierarchies tend to be non-linear and matriarchal.

But so what? The common chimp is closer to the Bonobo than the Bonobo is to humans, and chimp societies do follow linear patriarchal patterns. The wolves must reproduce, and what do male cubs do? Either find females and bring them back to the group or become alphas by venturing out on their own.

Again, so what? The label “alpha” connotes to each species meaning relevant to that species. It’s the term used to describe the phenomenon that females of a species all tend to be most attracted to males of a certain type. Those males are considered “alpha”. This applies even in matriarchal societies — the alpha males are those that the alpha female chooses.

The “alpha” term doesn’t apply in groups where mate-selection is forced, coerced, or desperately driven. You can remove the relevance of the Alpha male by emboldening young females risk-taking and aggressiveness, by punishing male aggressiveness and risk-taking, and by removing cultural barriers that reinforce these behavioral tendencies…. exactly what the BluePillers and much of western media are trying to do in the name of ‘equality’.

race zombie

the concept of ‘race’ is dead—it never should have entered mass consciousness anyway, at least not politically. never politically. but it seems to be impossible to kill it. it’s an extremely weird concept. it has so many variations. soon as almost all “white people” became ‘color-blind’ (quasi-literally) the topic took a flip and now the race warriors are not white racists like Nazis but people who say white people should *not* be colorblind, they should specifically see race and color, “but [that] they are the only ones who can be racist.” (so a paraplegic in wheelchair can be more racist than a rich black millionaire.) so the wypepo should both be racist and not. hahaha. it’s one of the most warped concepts around. it’s living an unlife. it’s undead. it’s become vampiric. it’s so misunderstood that it’s akin to Chaos itself. it used to be nothing but regional phenotypic differences. it used to be a rather plain science of sober scientists who used scientific methods to study phenotypical differences by region. that’s all it is. then it became Democratic. it became politicized, somehow. somehow it became nuts.
and it became a monster. it was then slain in a Great War, but rose again from the dead with many heads. a hydra. you slay one head, other heads arise. what.