subhumanmofo

subhumanmofo replied to your post: No but seriously if you live near Baltimore and…

Excuse me while I try to rush my flight plans.

hackedy replied to your post: No but seriously if you live near Baltimore and…

i live 2 far away ;__;

tokyo-rain replied to your post: No but seriously if you live near Baltimore and…

I live in Howard County and have a penis and weed! That’s near Baltimore! But I would never meet someone from tumbr haha

The many curses of the internet

subhumanmofo replied to your post: Just with regards to the title of your doctrine (which is wonderful fun to say out loud), although I don’t see it happening within my lifetime, I’m starting to think it’s something I ought to give a try and subscribe to. What you and I would probably contend with each other about is whether or not this can be achieved without a central planner (but I think you and I would both agree that this would be a hell of a lot easier without subscribing to theistic doctrines… I see it more of a principle than something that might be dogmatic). I would think that unity is a lot easier to achieve if it were not enforced at the margins by men at arms, but rather with providing incentives to people. I dunno, I guess just had to say that out loud.

Let’s hope you’re not mistaking my anarchism as an opposition to capitalism… I love that shit.

No, the “evil capitalist menace” remark was more an expression of my frustration with the arguments of the influx of anarchists that started following me.

subhumanmofo replied to your post: The small relative userbase of tumblr compared to the internet using world mean that the majority opinions on tumblr are virtually nonbinding on real life, statistically speaking.

I had actually talked a bit about that “everyone’s beautiful” mentality once. It’s just about the most unhelpful thing ever. Desensitizing oneself from criticism of whatever form prevents them from striving to improve… >_>

Thank you! I’m going to find my old long text post about it and reblog it, it deserves to be invoked again.

subhumanmofo replied to your post: An ordered list of the easiest and most fun people to troll on tumblr

I’m not even offended that anarchists are on the list. I’m offended that gamers are.

Hey, I’m not saying anything about the groups, other than that they’re easy to troll. Which is true. Notice it was “gaming nerds,” not “gamers.” Gamers game. Gaming nerds whine. Constantly. Everywhere. About everything pointless. All I have to do is say something like “Halo was overrated” and BAM! if I actually had any gaming nerd followers, I would have instant entertainment.

the-pete-riarchy asked:

Just with regards to the title of your doctrine (which is wonderful fun to say out loud), although I don't see it happening within my lifetime, I'm starting to think it's something I ought to give a try and subscribe to. What you and I would probably contend with each other about is whether or not this can be achieved without a central planner (but I think you and I would both agree that this would be a hell of a lot easier without subscribing to theistic doctrines... I see it more of a principle than something that might be dogmatic). I would think that unity is a lot easier to achieve if it were not enforced at the margins by men at arms, but rather with providing incentives to people. I dunno, I guess just had to say that out loud.

Yeah. I prefer to think unity, while being guarded by men at arms at the fringes is an option, would be best acheived by humanity placing something above itself to work to/for or to guide. Since a theistic doctrine or a philosophy like mine will never apply to everyone, a true democratic state would be best. Not a large state, a very small state. Its only purpose would be to make sure that everyone is ensured the basics for survival and is given a proper chance to advance their position while advancing the species.

A writhing mass of unregulated humanity doesn’t achieve unity. That’s human nature, and despite what anarchists will say, it wasn’t instilled by the “evil capitalist menace.” It was human nature long before capitalism. It was human nature before humans could even be called humans. Pack animals will always need a leader, no ands, ors, or buts about it. The choice is a leader who gains power through his own actions or a leader who is instilled by those he will have power over.

the-pete-riarchy asked:

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I am in full support of network neutrality and freedom of information. I actually got within the top 10 finalists at my school for the Rotary Club speech contest that the entire school was forced to participate in for my speech on Net Neutrality. It was based on the 4-way moral question framework, ad requiem. As for why I believe in it, it is essential for freedom of information, and freedom of information keeps the masses informed and combats political oppression. Also, informed masses act rationally and better work for the species.

Ah, feminism. I support equal rights for all, plain and simple. There is no reason women should be considered inferior to men. I agree with 99% of the feminist movement. Though I will concede that there are extreme feminists, and they do harm the movement. (Kind of like how the Black Panthers harm the race equality movement.) They’re the ones that typically get on daytime talk shows, and they give feminism a terrible rap.

You would ask the least common starting letter in the alphabet.

  • Xin Wu (who you those of you that know me may know but may not know, and maybe may think they know but don’t because just about everyone in China has either the name “xin” or “wu.”)
  • Xylophones
  • Xenon
  • The word xyst
  • Xenogamy (Google it. You’ll never guess.)