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    Exclamation Do you hate everything?

    I hate almost everything. What about you?

    EDIT:
    Why was I not prompted to make this a poll?
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    The poll hates you. But I so wanted to see if there'd be a The 984 option. Bummer.
    She sensed intelligence behind this rigmarole, but it was meaningless to her.

    ...those who regard me as effete, arrogant, distanced. [Interviewer: All of which is true, of course.] [Banville:] Of course!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rigmarole View Post
    The poll hates you.
    truth.

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    my answer is mostly.
    the best and also worst motto i've ever had..

    "relax - you'll live longer"

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    I try not to hate, but it's hard.

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    That takes entirely too much effort.
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    That's a low blow; you know I'm lactose intolerant, and can accordingly only skim your whining, for health reasons.
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    Ah yes, the good old "you're all pieces on a chessboard that I bought and own" bit. One of my favourites, it is. It almost makes one wonder why you're posting on a message board about video games.

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    Apple juice is pretty good. Otherwise, though, yeah.
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    Long live freedom and damn the ideologies"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arac View Post
    Apple juice is pretty good. Otherwise, though, yeah.
    If it were not for apple juice, I would kill everyone.

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    Contrary to what most people think, misanthropists do not hate everyone. They hate stupid people.
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    makes sense to me
    the best and also worst motto i've ever had..

    "relax - you'll live longer"

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    why are post in this shit

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    The post hates you.
    She sensed intelligence behind this rigmarole, but it was meaningless to her.

    ...those who regard me as effete, arrogant, distanced. [Interviewer: All of which is true, of course.] [Banville:] Of course!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mabatsekker View Post
    Contrary to what most people think, misanthropists do not hate everyone. They hate stupid people.
    This must be me. Yeah, I'm a misanthropist.

    "Today's the day...the day we bring the end." -??? (Me?)

    "Who am I? Like I told "him" before, I am a man of many names, but never one. Some refer to me as Persona, mask of the mind. But to that, I can merely say...I am simply me." - Me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mabatsekker View Post
    Contrary to what most people think, misanthropists do not hate everyone. They hate stupid people.
    I don't think that's right. I think it comes from anthropos and a misos, literally hatred of humans.
    "I believe in my tusks.
    Long live freedom and damn the ideologies"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mabatsekker View Post
    Contrary to what most people think, misanthropists do not hate everyone. They hate stupid people.
    Then you're not a real misanthrope. Misanthropes will find a reason to hate stupid people, smart people, and average people. They'll hate you if you're British, they'll hate you if you're French, they'll hate you if you're Roger Moore or if you're Judy Dench.

    Truth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rigmarole View Post
    The post hates you.
    truth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Genericangstyposter View Post
    They'll hate you if you're British,
    But then again, who wouldn't?
    "I believe in my tusks.
    Long live freedom and damn the ideologies"
    -Robinson Jeffers, The Stars Go Over the Lonely Ocean

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    "The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arac View Post
    I don't think that's right. I think it comes from anthropos and a misos, literally hatred of humans.
    That's a common misunderstanding. Misos actually means half in this case.

    Misanthropes are halflings.
    She sensed intelligence behind this rigmarole, but it was meaningless to her.

    ...those who regard me as effete, arrogant, distanced. [Interviewer: All of which is true, of course.] [Banville:] Of course!

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    Ah, but who hates man as much as the halflings do?
    "I believe in my tusks.
    Long live freedom and damn the ideologies"
    -Robinson Jeffers, The Stars Go Over the Lonely Ocean

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    Quote Originally Posted by Genericangstyposter View Post
    Then you're not a real misanthrope. Misanthropes will find a reason to hate stupid people, smart people, and average people. They'll hate you if you're British, they'll hate you if you're French, they'll hate you if you're Roger Moore or if you're Judy Dench.

    Truth.
    Will they hate you in a house? Will they hate you with a mouse?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arac
    That's a low blow; you know I'm lactose intolerant, and can accordingly only skim your whining, for health reasons.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sephiroth Katana
    Ah yes, the good old "you're all pieces on a chessboard that I bought and own" bit. One of my favourites, it is. It almost makes one wonder why you're posting on a message board about video games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arac View Post
    Ah, but who hates man as much as the halflings do?
    Nasty hobbitses with their cold iron...
    She sensed intelligence behind this rigmarole, but it was meaningless to her.

    ...those who regard me as effete, arrogant, distanced. [Interviewer: All of which is true, of course.] [Banville:] Of course!

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    This thread is now about awesome songs from musicals. I'm going to paste the entire lyrics of "Heaven on Their Minds" from Jesus Christ Superstar.

    JUDAS:

    My mind is clearer now.
    At last all too well
    I can see where we all soon will be.
    If you strip away The myth from the man,
    You will see where we all soon will be. Jesus!
    You've started to believe
    The things they say of you.
    You really do believe
    This talk of God is true.
    And all the good you've done
    Will soon get swept away.
    You've begun to matter more
    Than the things you say.

    Listen Jesus I don't like what I see.
    All I ask is that you listen to me.
    And remember, I've been your right hand man all along.
    You have set them all on fire.
    They think they've found the new Messiah.
    And they'll hurt you when they find they're wrong.

    I remember when this whole thing began.
    No talk of God then, we called you a man.
    And believe me, my admiration for you hasn't died.
    But every word you say today
    Gets twisted 'round some other way.
    And they'll hurt you if they think you've lied.
    Nazareth, your famous son should have stayed a great unknown
    Like his father carving wood He'd have made good.
    Tables, chairs, and oaken chests would have suited Jesus best.
    He'd have caused nobody harm; no one alarm.

    Listen, Jesus, do you care for your race?
    Don't you see we must keep in our place?
    We are occupied; have you forgotten how put down we are?

    I am frightened by the crowd.
    For we are getting much too loud.
    And they'll crush us if we go too far.
    If they go too far

    Listen, Jesus, to the warning I give.
    Please remember that I want us to live.
    But it's sad to see our chances weakening with every hour.
    All your followers are blind.
    Too much heaven on their minds.
    It was beautiful, but now it's sour.
    Yes it's all gone sour.

    Listen, Jesus, to the warning I give.
    Please remember that I want us to live.
    C'mon, c'mon
    He won't listen to me
    C'mon, c'mon
    He won't listen to me
    ------------

    This song is especially good in the hands of Carl Johnson, from the 70s version of the movie. He's such a large ham, that he brings out Judas' character. As you might tell from the lyrics, Judas is a much more sympathetic character in this film than in other portrayals. He's genuinely worried about Jesus' welfare, and perceives his talk of being a God as insanity or cynical manipulation. Throughout the musical, Judas is worried about giving money to the poor, while Jesus comes off as a little bit flaky (until near the end at his death [no spoiler text because you should know this]). So... anybody else have a favorite song from a musical?
    Last edited by Genericangstyposter; 10-25-2009 at 12:29 PM.

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    Grandpa Joe:
    I never thought my life could be
    Anything but catastrophe
    But suddenly I begin to see
    A bit of good luck for me

    'Cause I've got a golden ticket
    I've got a golden twinkle in my eye

    I never had a chance to shine
    Never a happy song to sing
    But suddenly half the world is mine
    What an amazing thing

    'Cause I've got a golden ticket

    [Spoken]
    It's ours, Charlie!

    [Sung]
    I've got a golden sun up in the sky

    I never thought I'd see the day
    When I would face the world and say
    Good morning, look at the sun
    I never thought that I would be
    Slap in the lap of luxury
    'Cause I'd have said:

    Charlie:
    It couldn't be done

    Grandpa Joe:
    But it can be done

    I never dreamed that I would climb
    Over the moon in ecstasy
    But nevertheless, it's there that I'm
    Shortly about to be

    Grandpa Joe and Charlie:
    'Cause I've got a golden ticket
    I've got a golden chance to make my way
    And with a golden ticket, it's a golden day

    Grandpa Joe:
    [Spoken]
    Good morning, look at the sun!

    Grandpa Joe and Charlie:
    [Sung]
    'Cause I'd have said,
    It couldn't be done

    Grandpa Joe:
    But it can be done

    I never dreamed that I would climb
    Over the moon in ecstasy
    But nevertheless, it's there that I'm
    Shortly about to be

    'Cause I've got a golden ticket

    Grandpa Joe and Charlie:
    'Cause I've got a golden ticket
    I've got a golden chance to make my way
    And with a golden ticket, it's a golden day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Genericangstyposter View Post
    This thread is now about awesome songs from musicals. I'm going to paste the entire lyrics of "Heaven on Their Minds" from Jesus Christ Superstar.

    JUDAS:

    My mind is clearer now.
    At last all too well
    I can see where we all soon will be.
    If you strip away The myth from the man,
    You will see where we all soon will be. Jesus!
    You've started to believe
    The things they say of you.
    You really do believe
    This talk of God is true.
    And all the good you've done
    Will soon get swept away.
    You've begun to matter more
    Than the things you say.

    Listen Jesus I don't like what I see.
    All I ask is that you listen to me.
    And remember, I've been your right hand man all along.
    You have set them all on fire.
    They think they've found the new Messiah.
    And they'll hurt you when they find they're wrong.

    I remember when this whole thing began.
    No talk of God then, we called you a man.
    And believe me, my admiration for you hasn't died.
    But every word you say today
    Gets twisted 'round some other way.
    And they'll hurt you if they think you've lied.
    Nazareth, your famous son should have stayed a great unknown
    Like his father carving wood He'd have made good.
    Tables, chairs, and oaken chests would have suited Jesus best.
    He'd have caused nobody harm; no one alarm.

    Listen, Jesus, do you care for your race?
    Don't you see we must keep in our place?
    We are occupied; have you forgotten how put down we are?

    I am frightened by the crowd.
    For we are getting much too loud.
    And they'll crush us if we go too far.
    If they go too far

    Listen, Jesus, to the warning I give.
    Please remember that I want us to live.
    But it's sad to see our chances weakening with every hour.
    All your followers are blind.
    Too much heaven on their minds.
    It was beautiful, but now it's sour.
    Yes it's all gone sour.

    Listen, Jesus, to the warning I give.
    Please remember that I want us to live.
    C'mon, c'mon
    He won't listen to me
    C'mon, c'mon
    He won't listen to me
    ------------

    This song is especially good in the hands of Carl Johnson, from the 70s version of the movie. He's such a large ham, that he brings out Judas' character. As you might tell from the lyrics, Judas is a much more sympathetic character in this film than in other portrayals. He's genuinely worried about Jesus' welfare, and perceives his talk of being a God as insanity or cynical manipulation. Throughout the musical, Judas is worried about giving money to the poor, while Jesus comes off as a little bit flaky (until near the end at his death [no spoiler text because you should know this]). So... anybody else have a favorite song from a musical?

    Damn, you beat me to it.

    I also like Queensr˙che's version of this song.

    I also despite not really following any religion like most songs from JCSS.
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