Quitters & Shape-Shifters

Discussion in 'Website Issues' started by Anonymous, Mar 24, 2003.

  1. Krepostnoi

    Krepostnoi Размышляю над бессмертием краба

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    Yes, that's how I understood your reference to change, even if I couldn't express that understanding clearly. And in a society where new is good, there will sadly be little call for things we can repair as opposed to replace.
     
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    dreeness . from the Haunted Swamp

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    Demons out! Blessings in!



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  3. Gambeir

    Gambeir Yeti

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    A wonderful post Quake42.

    Yes, of course and the reason why has been a thorn for some time. There is an answer to this issue which can be summed up as a war on consciousness.

    It's always been the "enabling tool" of our rulers to maintain a certain unconsciousness among the population. The web is a problem for them, but they have been and are, now, reacting to this threat.

    Social media along with the vices of youth play a critical role in maintaining ignorance, and distracting from what is truly important to that which is fleeting or plastic.
     
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    dreeness . from the Haunted Swamp

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    Someone once said about the internet

    "It's like a lake that is ten thousand miles wide, and one inch deep."
     
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  5. Gambeir

    Gambeir Yeti

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    I remember reading once that the vast Pacific Ocean itself only has an average depth of some 30 feet, this however is another lie, because the truth is that the average depth of the Pacific Ocean is 2.3 miles deep.

    The net is evolving and it's changing to meet the attempts of our masters to control it. This is like trying to stop progress, it just isn't going to happen. Book burnings never solved a single thing, nor eliminated any unwanted texts, if that had been successful we would see more of them.

    Beneath the waves another world lies and this is equally true of the web.
     
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