moonlune

moonlune wrote (edited )

Reply to *facepalm 🤦 by Despair

2 verses / 30 000 verses total

IF you believe these verse to be promoting egoism (they aren't), the bible wants you to be only 0.00666% egoist

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moonlune wrote (edited )

No you got the timeline wrong. The article isn't written in chronological order.

Man guns down wife in the streets Monday (might have been with daughter at the time?) > amber alert by the cops to hunt man & daughter > car gets recognized Tuesday morning > car chase & shootout > girl runs away from dad towards cops > cops shoot the teen they were meant to save

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moonlune wrote (edited )

I'm reading it in french, only 3/4 way through chapter 1 but whatever.

I also got surprised by the introduction (index?) being so long. But I really liked it, deleuze's writing is so slick, softly sliding from one theme to the next. I felt like I was reading poetry at times.

Chapter 1 on the other hand is harder, he uses jargon and references quite a lot of literature, history, and pop culture I don't know. The writing is still slick but he goes on tangents about people I don't know and don't care about. Actually everything I've read up till now feels like a bunch of tangents skillfully woven together.

As for the content, I've read it 2 days ago and I have no recollection of anythig precise. I remember agreeing when he pointed out the difference between equal and equivalent and the difference between *infinite * and infinite repetitions, but I don't have much thoughts. I remember that the themes addressed in the index were easier to understand but I don't remember what they were.

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moonlune wrote

Killmonger is another one like syndrome. They had to force in the scene where he uncharacteristically kills his gf for absolutely no reason, just to make him the bad guy. idc I just close my eyes for 10 sec and keep rooting for him for the rest of the movie each time. I'd watch a whole movie of him & crew doing museum heists.

Facilier almost managed to get rid of a royalty and con a rich tourist from his money, but got fucked and killed by a technicality in the law. He's a working class Martyr.

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moonlune OP wrote (edited )

the 80's rpg was good apparently. Although I can't personally attest: I played one session and my friend group's personality (except for one) was incompatible with that type of gory cruel adventure the DM/world set us up. So there was that 1 very metal solo (hardcore very strong character class) obliterating what the DM threw at him, while the other players whimsically followed after, not really knowing how to react to the whole deal (it was also one of our first RPG played ever).

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moonlune wrote

If I were you I'd buy monero on an account only linked to that CC on an exchanger (small fee), transfer it to another accout outside of the exchanger (big fee), transfer to another accout outside of the exchanger (small "gas" fee), transfer it back to a new account that only links to your CC on the exchanger (small fee), take out your clean money from the exchanger (big fee + it's now taxable). You might loose 20 to 50$ in fee(?). Make your own account first so you know how it works or if they need further identifications.

Otherwise can't you just buy a gift card? Does buying gift card with stolen credit cards not work anymore?

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moonlune wrote

But taking her out to lunch to have this conversation now is something that is socially unacceptable

Huh that's interesting, I feel like it'd be socially acceptable around here. Caring for your sibling in law is ok in my circles as they counts as family, and protecting ur family against an abusive spouse is good even if it means betraying your brother. Or am I disconnected from reality? lmao

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