Homme, FinlandeDernière visite : il y a 5 heures

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Black SabbathNightwing il y a 4 heures
Black SabbathBlack Moon il y a 4 heures
Black SabbathCall of the Wild il y a 5 heures
Black SabbathKill in the Spirit World il y a 5 heures
Black SabbathCloak And Dagger il y a 5 heures
Black SabbathWhen Death Calls il y a 5 heures
Black SabbathDevil & Daughter il y a 5 heures
Black SabbathHeadless Cross il y a 5 heures
Black SabbathThe Gates of Hell il y a 5 heures
Pink FloydWish You Were Here il y a 7 heures
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  • Rhyme79

    Well, you know what they say... no news is good news, so, there's that.

    14 nov. 2012 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    Aha! Hello stranger, ;) yes, indeed they are an excellent band, I haven't been listening to them as much as I used to though. I think I might dig out an album, this is my favourite of theirs - Pins and Needles. You've got an awful lots of shouts from myself here! Anyway, how's life treating you? I hope you're well.

    9 nov. 2012 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    Have you started tingling yet? I thought the world was ending last Tuesday, but my leg had just gone to sleep. O.o

    11 jan. 2012 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    I kinda hope the Mayans were right, I think we'd do the universe a favour if we disappeared from it! Apparently though, they only predicted a change in 'vibration' or something, so its only the end of an old world and the beginning of a new one... apparently. O.o

    1 jan. 2012 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    Thanks, you too. :) Have you made any new year's resolutions?

    24 déc. 2011 Répondre
  • yx666

    greetings from Poland ;)

    18 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    Very wise! I too have found that the older I get the less I want to 'party', and can't manage missing sleep like I used to!

    9 oct. 2011 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    Oh dear! Well I hope you feel better today.

    8 oct. 2011 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    That's a good point! I suppose they must have had to come from somewhere!

    28 sept. 2011 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    Racial stereotypes get the job done!

    27 sept. 2011 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    Indeed, it's always the way to go. Have you ever met anyone who is so endlessly optimistic it's annoying? Like even if their entire family was gunned down, their house crumbled to dust and their arms fell off, all in one day, they'd be like "Oh well, it's not THAT bad!" I knew someone like that once, (he was from Finland actually). I'd be in total despair over something that actually warrants despair, not a girly issue like breaking a nail or something, and he seemed to have no concept of unhappiness, or maybe it was lack of empathy (worryingly O.o). Anyway, pragmatism every time, at least that way we're not surprised when all the shit falls down around our ears! >.<

    27 sept. 2011 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    Well, winners play with a different set of rules than losers. <<< Very true. This is why war is bad, and I'm not violent, I'm a pessimist ! <<< See what I did there! Ha!

    25 sept. 2011 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    Indeed, and some of those that were still alive, have in recent years been charged with war crimes. I suppose 'I was just carrying out orders' is not an acceptable defence when it comes to murder. Doesn't seem to apply to modern day soldiers though! O.o

    22 sept. 2011 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    Adrenaline is a very potent hormone, we only produce about a teaspoon full in our whole lives. (Though I'm pretty sure I've made more than that already!) It puts us into 'survival mode', so yes if the circumstances call for it, we can certainly do things we wouldn't usually be able to. But if you mean that things like 'brain-washing' or the 'Stanford prison experiment', can show the darker sides of human nature then yes, perhaps we are all capable of doing things that we would like to think we aren't.

    19 sept. 2011 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    I would question how evolved we actually are when we need rules to keep society on the straight and narrow. Social expectations don't seem to be enough to regulate the social behaviour (of some) in order for us all to live together successfully. Perhaps it's a matter of psychology, people like to push the boundaries, or just simply don't care!

    17 sept. 2011 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    Yes I agree with you. When you put it like that though, it's so depressing isn't it? Society is just a nexus of norm followers managing to live together because of the fear of consequences rather than because we care about what happens to each other. (Which admittedly, not everyone does.)

    14 sept. 2011 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    So maybe fear is the key.

    12 sept. 2011 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    Well yes I suppose as an extreme, but possibly, especially with the case of communism, isn't this just *enforced* conformity of those that aren't necessarily born conformists? Sometimes though, you have to conform to get by, otherwise the so called system gets in your way... Babylon mon!

    3 sept. 2011 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    Indeed, normal = the majority, that's what makes it normal. Better to be different me thinks. Don't stand out from the crowd, avoid the crowd. You don't get harmony when everybody sings the same note. The reward for conformity is that everyone likes you except yourself.

    2 sept. 2011 Répondre
  • Rhyme79

    Ha, strange is fine with me, you don't want to be 'a normal' do you?! O.o

    2 sept. 2011 Répondre
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