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Post #1101 by Shawnathan Horcoff » Sat Aug 11, 2018 5:23 am

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Also, let's keep this thread about Galchenyuk's on-ice performance, development and value and NOT bring in his personal life or race.
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Post #1102 by Mufasa » Sat Aug 11, 2018 10:55 am

Shawnathan Horcoff wrote:
Slick Nick wrote:Leveling at its maximum is like the stillness of death, where one can hear one's own heartbeat, a stillness like death, into which nothing can penetrate, in which everything sinks, powerless. One person can head a rebellion, but one person cannot head this leveling process, for that would make him a leader and he would avoid being leveled. Each individual can in his little circle participate in this leveling, but it is an abstract process, and leveling is abstraction conquering individuality.

— Søren Kierkegaard, The Present Age




Best episode.
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Post #1103 by chicpea » Sat Aug 11, 2018 11:09 am

What show? The one about the cooks? That guy looks like a cook.
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Post #1104 by Dog » Sat Aug 11, 2018 11:38 am

Taxi Driver is kinda lame, though.
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Post #1105 by Dog » Sat Aug 11, 2018 11:49 am

Slick Nick wrote:Leveling at its maximum is like the stillness of death, where one can hear one's own heartbeat, a stillness like death, into which nothing can penetrate, in which everything sinks, powerless. One person can head a rebellion, but one person cannot head this leveling process, for that would make him a leader and he would avoid being leveled. Each individual can in his little circle participate in this leveling, but it is an abstract process, and leveling is abstraction conquering individuality.

— Søren Kierkegaard, The Present Age


Nice plea for liberalism there (flights of prose and his broader philosophy notwithstanding).

Liberalism is based on respect for individuality. It demands tolerance of difference and forming broad pluralist coalitions and organizations.

It contrasts with both far left and right wing forms of authoritarianism. Of forced conformity for the sake of social unity.

Both, ultimately, seek social cohesion and collaboration. One by throwing a broad tent that respects individuality. The other by leveling towards uniformity.

Been trying to tell you so, Mr « Your Own ». It’s ultimately a question of how broadly or narrowly your define the fundamental common denominators and delineate what you consider your group.
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Post #1106 by chicpea » Sat Aug 11, 2018 11:54 am

Thoughts on Raging Bull? I liked it way more but it's been 20 years.
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Post #1107 by Dog » Sat Aug 11, 2018 12:18 pm

chicpea wrote:Thoughts on Raging Bull? I liked it way more but it's been 20 years.


Considerably better but still kinda « whatever », I thought. I find Scorcesee, especially his earlier stuff, too obvious/telegraphed. I don’t mean that pretentiously. It’s like the opposite. Like the movies take themselves way too seriously for the relatively obvious banalities they convey.

He’s got spirit, though. Goodfellas was the best of the genre, imho. Wolf of Wall Street had alot of style. Silence was a failed epic, but original (subject matter, angle from which he conveys his religiosity and the arid feel and pace were perfect for the narrative). Departed, Casino and whatever were made fo money, gotta pay the bills.

Bunch of his stuff I haven’t watched that are on the list. I think he’s better than many, can do some good stuff but generally he’s overrated. Kubrick and Copolla are way ahead for me in terms of the Muricans.
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Post #1108 by Dog » Sat Aug 11, 2018 12:36 pm

chicpea wrote:That guy looks like a cook.


That was my thought too! They have shows about American chefs yelling at drunk rural Romanian housewives now??!
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Post #1109 by Slick Nick » Sat Aug 11, 2018 3:06 pm

Dog wrote:
Slick Nick wrote:Leveling at its maximum is like the stillness of death, where one can hear one's own heartbeat, a stillness like death, into which nothing can penetrate, in which everything sinks, powerless. One person can head a rebellion, but one person cannot head this leveling process, for that would make him a leader and he would avoid being leveled. Each individual can in his little circle participate in this leveling, but it is an abstract process, and leveling is abstraction conquering individuality.

— Søren Kierkegaard, The Present Age


Nice plea for liberalism there (flights of prose and his broader philosophy notwithstanding).

Liberalism is based on respect for individuality. It demands tolerance of difference and forming broad pluralist coalitions and organizations.

It contrasts with both far left and right wing forms of authoritarianism. Of forced conformity for the sake of social unity.

Both, ultimately, seek social cohesion and collaboration. One by throwing a broad tent that respects individuality. The other by leveling towards uniformity.

Been trying to tell you so, Mr « Your Own ». It’s ultimately a question of how broadly or narrowly your define the fundamental common denominators and delineate what you consider your group.


I don’t see any contradictions between civic nationalism and liberalism, in fact I think they go hand in hand.
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Post #1110 by Macbeth » Sat Aug 11, 2018 10:36 pm

Dog wrote:
chicpea wrote:Thoughts on Raging Bull? I liked it way more but it's been 20 years.


Considerably better but still kinda « whatever », I thought. I find Scorcesee, especially his earlier stuff, too obvious/telegraphed. I don’t mean that pretentiously. It’s like the opposite. Like the movies take themselves way to seriously for the relatively obvious banalities they convey.

He’s got spirit, though. Goodfellas was the best of the genre, imho. Wolf of Wall Street had alot of style. Silence was a failed epic, but original (subject matter, angle from which he conveys his religiosity and the arid feel and pace were perfect for the narrative). Departed, Casino and whatever were made fo money, gotta pay the bills.

Bunch of his stuff I haven’t watched that are on the list. I think he’s better than many, can do some good stuff but generally he’s overrated. Kubrick and Copolla are way ahead for me in terms of the Muricans.

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Post #1111 by Twitter bArt » Sun Aug 12, 2018 6:02 pm

Dog wrote:
chicpea wrote:Thoughts on Raging Bull? I liked it way more but it's been 20 years.


Considerably better but still kinda « whatever », I thought. I find Scorcesee, especially his earlier stuff, too obvious/telegraphed. I don’t mean that pretentiously. It’s like the opposite. Like the movies take themselves way to seriously for the relatively obvious banalities they convey.

He’s got spirit, though. Goodfellas was the best of the genre, imho. Wolf of Wall Street had alot of style. Silence was a failed epic, but original (subject matter, angle from which he conveys his religiosity and the arid feel and pace were perfect for the narrative). Departed, Casino and whatever were made fo money, gotta pay the bills.

Bunch of his stuff I haven’t watched that are on the list. I think he’s better than many, can do some good stuff but generally he’s overrated. Kubrick and Copolla are way ahead for me in terms of the Muricans.



of course you'd like Kubrik and Francis Ford...
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OOOH yeah life goes on, long after the thrill of Vinny is gone

It's too bad all the people that could really run the Habs are busy doing talk radio, writing blogs or posting on message boards.

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...as serious as a poutine shortage in Chicoutimi during a curling bonspiel...

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Post #1112 by Retardé S » Sun Aug 12, 2018 6:05 pm

I've never watched raging bull.

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Post #1114 by Retardé S » Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:25 pm

Been listening to this podcast the last few weeks, Noel Miller (dude on the left) just cracks me up.

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Post #1115 by chicpea » Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:38 pm

Apparently I have taken on some major hatred because of my fondness for R Bull. I like boxing movies. Probably you hate Blanca y negro film. Why treat me like Yasser Arafat?
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Post #1116 by Dog » Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:42 pm

People give me crap when I buy a red bull too. For a moment, though, when my doctor told me I had had a heart attack, I thought they may have had a point. They didn’t. I didn’t have a heart attack.
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chicpea wrote:Apparently I have taken on some major hatred because of my fondness for R Bull. I like boxing movies. Probably you hate Blanca y negro film. Why treat me like Yasser Arafat?


You're bound to get hatred for only existing in this place chic.
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Post #1118 by Macbeth » Sun Aug 12, 2018 11:00 pm

Retardé S wrote:I've never watched raging bull.

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This looks disturbingly like the Mumu I once knew and loved.
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Post #1119 by Slick Nick » Sun Aug 12, 2018 11:44 pm

That's like Retrouvailles Claire Lamarche material
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Post #1120 by Mufasa » Mon Aug 13, 2018 1:12 am

Macbeth wrote:
Retardé S wrote:I've never watched raging bull.

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This looks disturbingly like the Mumu I once knew and loved.

À mix of us both.
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Post #1121 by AD » Mon Aug 13, 2018 10:14 am

Or Macbeth in 14 months if he continues on his current path.
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Post #1122 by chicpea » Mon Aug 13, 2018 12:17 pm

Retardé S wrote:You're bound to get hatred for only existing in this place chic.


I think many people here are mad because they lost money when I threw the pool last year.
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Post #1123 by Macbeth » Tue Aug 14, 2018 1:08 am

AD wrote:Or Macbeth in 14 months if he continues on his current path.

I'd've gotten around to smoking by now if it were to have happened.

It hasn't, it won't.

The flipping the fuck the fuck off in a bushy beard, ballcap and weird-ass webcam look... is...



Well.
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Post #1124 by Mufasa » Tue Aug 14, 2018 8:29 am

My new favorite twiterista.

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Post #1125 by Slick Nick » Thu Aug 16, 2018 11:41 pm

Saw this video of Russian timber massacre and was horrified:



Then I google mapsed Quebec...

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Slick Nick wrote:Saw this video of Russian timber massacre and was horrified:



Then I google mapsed Quebec...

:mumucide:


Jcomprends po

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Post #1127 by Slick Nick » Fri Aug 17, 2018 12:42 am



Zoom in to 2km scale anywhere in Gaspepsi, Lac St-Jean or Chibou... everything has been cut down. Looks like golfing clubs from above but it's really hundreds of thousands of hectares of trimmed forest separated by a few rows of standing trees. Pretty depressing. I've came to the conclusion that what really matters on global scale is not how much CO2 we emit but how much we don't capture because of industrial farming and timber... but those industries are so humongous that no one really dares to talk about it. Plastic straws man.
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Post #1128 by Retardé S » Fri Aug 17, 2018 12:57 am

Oh ok, shit j'pensais que c'était des cadavres sur les zoom in. Checked out the cowspiracy doc a couple of years ago, they delved a bit into the farming industry and how they silenced anyone who went in too deep, it's like the goddamn mob.
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Post #1129 by Slick Nick » Fri Aug 17, 2018 1:10 am

Retardé S wrote:Oh ok, shit j'pensais que c'était des cadavres sur les zoom in. Checked out the cowspiracy doc a couple of years ago, they delved a bit into the farming industry and how they silenced anyone who went in too deep, it's like the goddamn mob.


Have you ever heard of Soylent?
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Slick Nick wrote:
Retardé S wrote:Oh ok, shit j'pensais que c'était des cadavres sur les zoom in. Checked out the cowspiracy doc a couple of years ago, they delved a bit into the farming industry and how they silenced anyone who went in too deep, it's like the goddamn mob.


Have you ever heard of Soylent?


I think Mumu brought it up a couple of years ago.
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Post #1131 by Shawnathan Horcoff » Fri Aug 17, 2018 1:21 am

The heinous nature of clear cutting was brought to the fore like sixty years ago.
Also, let's keep this thread about Galchenyuk's on-ice performance, development and value and NOT bring in his personal life or race.
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Post #1132 by Slick Nick » Fri Aug 17, 2018 1:25 am

Shawnathan Horcoff wrote:The heinous nature of clear cutting was brought to the fore like sixty years ago.


I know, we had a guy making a great movie about it in this beautiful province of Quebec a couple of decades ago... but the point is that it keeps getting worse every year and we rarely hear about it nowadays.
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Retardé S wrote:
Slick Nick wrote:
Retardé S wrote:Oh ok, shit j'pensais que c'était des cadavres sur les zoom in. Checked out the cowspiracy doc a couple of years ago, they delved a bit into the farming industry and how they silenced anyone who went in too deep, it's like the goddamn mob.


Have you ever heard of Soylent?


I think Mumu brought it up a couple of years ago.


If you drink enough you become Trotskite.
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Slick Nick wrote:
Retardé S wrote:
Slick Nick wrote:
Have you ever heard of Soylent?


I think Mumu brought it up a couple of years ago.


If you drink enough you become Trotskite.


I'd rather drink my own piss. :danson:
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Post #1135 by TittiesNBeer » Fri Aug 17, 2018 8:48 am

Retardé S wrote:
Slick Nick wrote:
Retardé S wrote:
I think Mumu brought it up a couple of years ago.


If you drink enough you become Trotskite.


I'd rather drink my own piss. :danson:


If youre into that... i know a guy. :trump:
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Post #1136 by Macbeth » Fri Aug 17, 2018 9:07 am

You guys are talking about tree logging as if it was PizzaGate.

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Post #1137 by Slick Nick » Fri Aug 17, 2018 10:32 am

FaggotGate
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Post #1138 by clawfirst » Fri Aug 17, 2018 10:45 am

*st peter checks his list*

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Post #1139 by Dog » Fri Aug 17, 2018 10:50 am

I thought we had fairly sustainable forest policy here (compared to most othe places). Like with replanting obligations and cycling and whatnot. I don’t know much of anything about forest management, though. Greg?

I think my number one concern (again, greg correct me if I’m off) it’s beef consumption. It’s incredibly energy inneficient, cow farts are a big proportion of greenhouse gazes and grazing fields are huge and otherwise non productive or wild land.

In the planet of 10 billion middle class humens, we going to have to eat veggies and much more sustainable sources of protein (like insects and shit or labo meat or -worse- tofu).
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Post #1140 by Dog » Fri Aug 17, 2018 10:51 am

Macbeth wrote:You guys are talking about tree logging as if it was PizzaGate.

I love you.


It’s the slick nique/retarder approach to environmentalism. It’s goddamn beautiful!

“Hey guys, I found this video in the deep web that the cucks don’t want you to see. Clinton foundation is cutting down all the trees and nobody is talking about it. We need to stop this!”

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Post #1141 by Macbeth » Fri Aug 17, 2018 11:01 am

Dog wrote:I thought we had fairly sustainable forest policy here (compared to most othe places). Like with replanting obligations and cycling and whatnot. I don’t know much of anything about forest management, though. Greg?

I think my number one concern (again, greg correct me if I’m off) it’s beef consumption. It’s incredibly energy inneficient, cow farts are a big proportion of greenhouse gazes and grazing fields are huge and otherwise non productive or wild land.

In the planet of 10 billion middle class humens, we going to have to eat veggies and much more sustainable sources of protein (like insects and shit or labo meat or -worse- tofu).

Nothing is sustainable.

Do summat about it or shut the fuck up.
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Post #1142 by Slick Nick » Fri Aug 17, 2018 11:21 am

Dog wrote:
Macbeth wrote:You guys are talking about tree logging as if it was PizzaGate.

I love you.


It’s the slick nique/retarder approach to environmentalism. It’s goddamn beautiful!

“Hey guys, I found this video in the deep web that the cucks don’t want you to see. Clinton foundation is cutting down all the trees and nobody is talking about it. We need to stop this!”

BEAUTIFUL!



"Let me read what the chamber of commerce has to say about our sustainable logging practice"

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Post #1143 by AD » Fri Aug 17, 2018 11:27 am

Slick. You and I brother... when the great day of reckoning comes, we'll drink the blood of these plutocrats and land owners directly from their skulls!
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Post #1144 by Slick Nick » Fri Aug 17, 2018 11:40 am

AD wrote:Slick. You and I brother... when the great day of reckoning comes, we'll drink the blood of these plutocrats and land owners directly from their skulls!


My initial plan was to hide in the woods....

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Post #1145 by Craig » Fri Aug 17, 2018 11:45 am

Our logging practice is relatively sustainable, sure. There's research that indicates that we over estimate the CO2 capturing abilities of our forests, which we take into account for standards on GHG emissions.

I also worry more about cows. Beef is so awful for the world.
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Post #1146 by Craig » Fri Aug 17, 2018 11:48 am

I'm not really an expert of forestry though dog. I haven't looked at it in any detail in like 10 years.
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Post #1147 by Dog » Fri Aug 17, 2018 12:05 pm

You see, nick?

Greg and dog, moderate, reasonable, rational mens. And readers of the New York Times.
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Post #1148 by Mufasa » Fri Aug 17, 2018 12:07 pm

Tree planting is very difficult in the amazon, as the soil is actually a thin layer of organic life over a sand desert. When you cut the trees it takes very little time before it turns into desert.
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Re: Dog containment thread and random noises

Post #1149 by Mufasa » Fri Aug 17, 2018 12:10 pm

Craig wrote:Our logging practice is relatively sustainable, sure. There's research that indicates that we over estimate the CO2 capturing abilities of our forests, which we take into account for standards on GHG emissions.

I also worry more about cows. Beef is so awful for the world.


Also the calculation don't usually take into account the amount of trees who capture the co2 in the cities themself.
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Re: Dog containment thread and random noises

Post #1150 by Slick Nick » Fri Aug 17, 2018 12:16 pm

Dog wrote:You see, nick?

Greg and dog, moderate, reasonable, rational mens. And readers of the New York Times.


Great corporate mens against better logging practices :)

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