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free dmt and legal too
02-13-2010, 07:58 AM, (This post was last modified: 02-13-2010, 08:11 AM by ---.)
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free dmt and legal too
any people here take that crypto species stuff seriously. *

*elft http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuDuNfqXnrcen to defintion for sure.

opps sorry about unintedne ytopueb
it really was unintended utube but it was this anyhow http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuDuNfqXnrc

did you ever look for stanism for real in illumin porn as a troofer? i want to meet the people who found stuff there in . it throws the box out ofthe window when you know you are intelligent and not delusional and apply standard controls and still get the result that that it is so far more creepy what is actually going on as far as can be fathomed in the news.

just saying.

i have links to demon invocation in hardcore porn where you can see real EYE MORPHING and check out the static wormholes tatoos around - seems obligatory - this is the shit they dont put in there expose videos as it is too hard and real perhaps.

i think it is at least proof of - that i am now mad? - the most elaborate psyop ever beyond comprehension in scope? - something is going on that has been decreid thus far as the ravings of insane people and it is not as david icke the bbc govt man popped uo to say to the wordl:

hows thinks you?

joe blow - take the piss out of me on this if you feel you must but dont. not that i think your show is so little as to concern about concen anylonger Smile
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02-13-2010, 02:21 PM, (This post was last modified: 02-13-2010, 02:22 PM by joeblow.)
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(02-13-2010, 07:58 AM)nik Wrote: joe blow - take the piss out of me on this if you feel you must but dont. not that i think your show is so little as to concern about concen anylonger Smile

That's it, I'm going to force-feed you diuretics! LOL

No, I do understand British vocabulary (to take the piss = to make fun of). nik, I have repeatedly requested that we do shows together that would of course be ConCen-centered, but you are never on Skype anymore.
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02-13-2010, 07:29 PM,
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RE: free dmt and legal too
To paraphrase Mike Smith once, several years ago.....

"If the day comes where we have to sift through porn, to look for conspiracies, it's the the day we have lost to the NWO."

You tried to share with Easy an example nik...... to which he repetitively told you he DIDN'T SEE anything abnormal ! OH.... but you swear we must watch porn to LOOK for abnormalities involving demons, and reptilians!!!

You've continued to bring this up to the mods CONSTANTLY....

That bothers me, because i know your NOT a dumb guy.

EVEN IF YOU WERE ON TO SOMETHING (which i don't believe you are)..... why the eff should we care.... or what could we do? NOTHING IMO.

I see no debate. Sorry.
If there is one... feel free to articulate.
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02-13-2010, 08:29 PM,
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RE: free dmt and legal too
Hey Nik I was a porn connoisseur back in my pubescent days and NO I never saw a damn thing. About the craziest thing I saw was the occasional fly interrupt an outdoor scene. LOL
In the 60's, people took acid to make the world weird. Now the world is weird and people take Prozac to make it normal.

As a reputed atheist, the reverential nature of his film was surprising, but Pasolini himself said &If you know that I am an unbeliever, then you know me better than I do myself. I may be an unbeliever, but I am an unbeliever who has a nostalgia for a belief.&


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02-13-2010, 11:46 PM,
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RE: free dmt and legal too
I can not believe I am going to say this, but I also noticed the Satanism in pornography. What happened was that I noticed that ever since the 90s, the gonzo short skit kind of "films" seemed to be rather vicious and nobody looked like they were having fun.
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02-14-2010, 01:48 AM,
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RE: free dmt and legal too
(02-13-2010, 11:46 PM)joeblow Wrote: I can not believe I am going to say this, but I also noticed the Satanism in pornography. What happened was that I noticed that ever since the 90s, the gonzo short skit kind of "films" seemed to be rather vicious and nobody looked like they were having fun.

Nobody ever has a lot of fun at work, I have seen some pretty sad faces at Walmart, Starbucks, Mcdonalds, etc ... That does not mean its satanic in fact most satanic stuff I have seen, people are having a fucking blast. Hey work sucks man. Remember some people like working and some just work to make money.
In the 60's, people took acid to make the world weird. Now the world is weird and people take Prozac to make it normal.

As a reputed atheist, the reverential nature of his film was surprising, but Pasolini himself said &If you know that I am an unbeliever, then you know me better than I do myself. I may be an unbeliever, but I am an unbeliever who has a nostalgia for a belief.&


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02-14-2010, 06:08 PM, (This post was last modified: 02-14-2010, 06:45 PM by ---.)
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RE: free dmt and legal too
well, i'm telling you - i don't intend to watch anymore of it looking for it.

i doubt you would ever find anything if you were approaching porn from the point of masturbation - you would probably overlook or otherwise be singularly focused on the job at hand enough to not see anything.

things to look out for : classic ritualistic altar articles which are substituted for mundane articles which never the less than the same esoteric function.

colours - fabrics of white, black and red used in conjunction in occult manner.for instance - black and red drapes and unusually prolific amounts of white lilies or something like this - it is just a random example.

strange paintings that occur repeatedly from certain "directors".

a lot of the stuff i am talking about is NEW stuff not greasy old amateur dungeon grimness.

strange tattoos - often there is a theme of tri pointed ancient symbology.

oh - and the eyes morphing.

Just because Easy couldn't see it doesn't mean it wasn't there, April . I offered time codes to alay the need of watching the porn but the offer was never taken up. you think it is no debate because "what can we do anyway?" - so what's the point in talking about Rothschild? same thing if you ask me.

I found my own proof and it wasn't something anyone else told me about.

Either it is the most elaborate psy-op ever - It is real - or I am mistaken.

Right now I am going with the second option.

to my mind the ethernet could actually be a conduit for more energetic light material than we assume. it is called coincedentally called the ether net ,after all.

if i talked about it "CONSTANTLY" - which i dont think i have - it is because i think it is important.

But you are are wound up about it because it happens to be porn and so dismiss it out of hand - well done researcher.

I wont mention it anymore but i did try and give a heads up to what might be not so much delusional as terrifyingly real.
the paintings being quite obviously (imo) - sigils - i forgot to add.
(02-13-2010, 02:21 PM)joeblow Wrote:
(02-13-2010, 07:58 AM)nik Wrote: joe blow - take the piss out of me on this if you feel you must but dont. not that i think your show is so little as to concern about concen any longer Smile

That's it, I'm going to force-feed you diuretics! LOL

No, I do understand British vocabulary (to take the piss = to make fun of). nik, I have repeatedly requested that we do shows together that would of course be ConCen-centered, but you are never on Skype anymore.


I will be soon..
(02-14-2010, 01:48 AM)Weyland Wrote: mybb deletd your quote whilst being weird - thing things you said are what i am quoting about walmart and happy satanists, weyland. nik

This is a totally different thing I am talking about - it is closewr to all those babblings Salami went on about with the Chorozon ritual to invoke entities to possess people.
Nobody ever has a lot of fun at work, I have seen some pretty sad faces at Walmart, Starbucks, Mcdonalds, etc ... That does not mean its satanic in fact most satanic stuff I have seen, people are having a fucking blast. Hey work sucks man. Remember some people like working and some just work to make money.
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This is a totally different thing I am talking about - it is closewr to all those babblings Salami went on about with the Chorozon ritual to invoke entities to possess people.
in one video - the woman's head is forced to face camera to catch the momentary morphing of the eyes pupils - if this isnt stanists recording possession for posterity then i guess i am mad.

time is not a line either so those spotty grems out there spilling their seed to this kind of shit - makes one think about what might actually be going on - it isnt like they dont give you as much porn as they can for free . i am not saying ALL porn is like is.


nb. I have no doubt what i found transfigures into the "alter" mind programming and memes of underground high level child trading somewhere.
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02-14-2010, 08:20 PM, (This post was last modified: 02-14-2010, 08:23 PM by Justinfinity.)
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RE: free dmt and legal too
(02-13-2010, 07:29 PM)inheritor Wrote: To paraphrase Mike Smith once, several years ago.....

"If the day comes where we have to sift through porn, to look for conspiracies, it's the the day we have lost to the NWO."

I sift through porn, but I'm not looking for conspiracies. Looks like I'm still on top! Tits
(02-14-2010, 06:08 PM)nik Wrote: i doubt you would ever find anything if you were approaching porn from the point of masturbation - you would probably overlook or otherwise be singularly focused on the job at hand enough to not see anything.

Good pun.
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02-15-2010, 01:05 AM,
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RE: free dmt and legal too
Hey Nik I am sorry but your are masturbating as much I used to with Satanism in porno. Like for example name 1 porno we could watch that shows satanism? You know screen captures are easy just about any free video playing program will capture scenes. I have watched some satanic looking vids but they were mostly fetish scenes. I kinda dig fetish scenes because I have always enjoyed gothic related music. But then I have always enjoyed nude photography and greatly enjoy fine looking women. You should check out Andrew Blakes work.
In the 60's, people took acid to make the world weird. Now the world is weird and people take Prozac to make it normal.

As a reputed atheist, the reverential nature of his film was surprising, but Pasolini himself said &If you know that I am an unbeliever, then you know me better than I do myself. I may be an unbeliever, but I am an unbeliever who has a nostalgia for a belief.&


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02-15-2010, 02:54 AM, (This post was last modified: 02-15-2010, 02:56 AM by ---.)
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(02-15-2010, 01:05 AM)Weyland Wrote: Hey Nik I am sorry but your are masturbating as much I used to with Satanism in porno. Like for example name 1 porno we could watch that shows satanism? You know screen captures are easy just about any free video playing program will capture scenes. I have watched some satanic looking vids but they were mostly fetish scenes. I kinda dig fetish scenes because I have always enjoyed gothic related music. But then I have always enjoyed nude photography and greatly enjoy fine looking women. You should check out Andrew Blakes work.

I did post up a link to a piece where the perfect round of the pupils momentarily change into perceptibly into like an rubbery shape or so.

The link was deleted and I was told I would be banned if I posted more.

One cannot download these videos from these sites - i will try and screen capture but i think it is a must watch case .

To clarify - Easyskanking's position was that it was all explainable by light and recording media.

I looked then into simulcra effects due to light processing - snake eyes and what not - my conclusion after reading up some - what i am describing could not fall into the category imho.

As far the charge of just masturbating too much to stanist "style" pr0n ... welt I am not spilling seed to it, if that is what you mean: I read Papillon many years ago after seeing the film - i really like the book - on Devil's Island or somewhere else like it that Papillon is imprisoned - a guard tells him not to masturbate too much as it saps the strength - and i dont masturbate whatsoever to magick rituals.

I do appreciate the beauty of the female form. thanks for the stuff to check out..it's not epic..

check this out:


Circle in the Square: Studies in the Use of Gender in Kabbalistic Symbolism

Elliot R. Wolfson, (Albany: SUNY P, 1995). 268 p.

Reviewed by Philip Beitchman

This is a companion-volume to the same author's Along the Path: Studies Kabbalistic Myth, Symbolism and Hermeneutics (1995) and also to Through a Speculum that Shines: Vision and Imagination in Medieval Jewish Mysticism (1994). These are studies in Jewish mystical thought and symbolism, from ancient times up to the present but tend to focus on the Kabbala of the Late Middle Ages, the Renaissance and also the 18th century (Hasidism), which represent an impressive achievement for this original, learned and daring scholar, who is also Professor and Director of Graduate Studies of Hebrew and Judaic Studies at New York University.

This intense and absorbing study of Jewish gender and sexual arrangements may offend and provoke some readers, that is "press some buttons", although I think for very good reasons. Wolfson's writing, though articulate, and inventive is also scholarly and academic, while the documentation might be just a little on the fanatically comprehensive side (the note pages, and in smaller type, well outnumbering the text ones), as if because of its shocking novelty, the author wanted to anchor his work solidly enough to withstand even an earthquake of reaction!.

The Circle, bluntly, in Circle in the Square represents the female, the rounded shape or 'hole' of her reproductive organs, while the Square means the line of the penis. The Circle is within the Square, that is symbolically and effectively ruled by the male, even where metaphysically (for instance in the medieval cosmogony where the encircling ether or sky is female, while the encircled fountain represented by the Hebrew letter yod is male), or materially (during coitus, or while pregnant) she seems to surround and contain the male; for her purpose for being is in nourishing and setting off the glory and power, and to serve, and ultimately, "when she is good", to become the crown of, the male organ or as Wolfson explains, the woman's highest pride would be to inhabit the very corona of the circumcised penis!




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Premature or at least short-sighted then would be any calculation such as the eminent founder of modern Kabbala studies, Gershom Scholem made, followed also by his students Joseph Dan and Isaiah Tishby, as by feminist scholars and critics, or even the late and still revered 'messiah', the Loubovitcher Rebbe Schneerson that Kabbala promotes the dignity of women. True the Kabbalists, especially the "authorship" (principally Moses de Leon) of the compendious, magisterial and beautifully written mystical commentary on Torah, the Zohar or Book of Brightness, which, created in Spain of the late 13th century, has dominated the study, history and practice of Kabbala ever since, were more explicit about the sexual nature of the divine congress and union between the masculine and feminine aspects of God than ever before (and maybe since) in the history of Jewish mysticism; but, according to Wolfson, that which is made explicit is the very domination of women that had been only implicit in the older texts and traditions.

Circle in the Square collects four intensely-researched, meditated and documented studies developed over a period of ten years (roughly 1984-94), where gender and sexuality are a primary focus. One sees here the author is learning, not only in the range and depth of what he knows but in his way of learning the lessons and drawing the conclusions his findings lead him to. These conclusions become progressively more outrageous and extreme. Wolfson starts out with a comparatively tame excursus, "Female Imaging in the Torah," of a tradition that the Torah is the Shekinah: God's female aspect or emanation that the kabbalist unites with. This union becomes progressively more explicitly sexual as Kabbala evolves from 11th century Provence and Eastern Europe to modern times where, in a story of S. Agnon , "Tale of the Scribe," Torah becomes the bride herself. A similar evolution toward explicit sexuality appears in Wolfson's book as well. In Wolfson's next chapter, "Circumcision, Vision of God and Interpretation" we find that Torah can only be penetrated by a circumcised gaze (for symbolically penis means eye), that indeed the primordial mark or inscription, was this carving or that marking of the head of the penis, the crown or corona through which alone we see into the ultimate mysteries. In the ingenuity of this interpretation Wolfson deconstructs Bible in a style similar to that of the French philosopher Jacques Derrida's




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deconstruction of speech and writing; while in the symbolism of the penis Wolfson has adapted a fundamental notions of the French-Freudian theorist Jacques Lacan, for whom the "phallus" represents precisely the penis not as physical organ but in its vastly more meaningful and controlling symbolic, psychological and political functions.

That the symbolic function is clearly paramount was the lesson of the (self) circumcision of the first of the Jews, Abraham, model for the myriad non-voluntary ones to follow, that by excising the foreskin he was cutting out, excluding, excising the demonic.

As Wolfson deconstructs it, circumcision is God's writing, or from God's dictation, on the body; and this surgery is the original commandment, on which all the others are based. After circumcision the worshipper becomes at once a (sexual) lover and a writer of the divine (equipped to circumcise others). Wolfson even explains further that amazingly, as legend has it, the Ten Commandments (the quintessence of Torah and so essentially the Torah) were written down before they were spoken. They had in fact to be inscribed, that is, assume material form before they could be penetrated. Wolfson's view is that God's commandment to circumcise is in effect the commandment to write, while all the other ways we obey God represent our other markings or writings in the world, but they stem from the original surgery, the cutting away of the demonic or 'declaration of independence' from what is conceived as evil, the feminine!

"Interpretation", or "hermeneutics" is then another way of saying circumcision or writing, for the corona or crown from which the foreskin has been sliced away is also the exegete, the critic, the explainer: this is a he!, for even a she would be a he here, since the meaning of the pronoun, as for Lacan's "phallus" is virtual and symbolic, not that of physical gender. For Wolfson, following Derrida and Lacan in this, has defined the male, as the one who holds the sword or the pen interchangeably. From this point of view the woman who writes or wounds (they are the same) is a man. He! has inverted the orange, outed the secret, revealed the key and mystery, in a movement from the esoteric or hidden, to exoteric or manifest.

That the direction of these developments isn't necessarily feminist or liberal is then the thrust of Wolfson's next dizzying escalation into the realm of modern




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gender studies. In a dazzling display of intellectual acrobatics that relates as integrally to Greek Philosophy or French theory as it does to medieval Aramaic-Hebrew language, he shows us how from antiquity and in ever more literal and intimate ways the man or penis-as-pen is the aggressor, initiator, final cause, and only really existing being or essence, while the woman remains always the passive, suffering and written-upon, the material, to make a long sad story brutally short.

With an imagination, brio and daring that reach into realms I can only call awesome or surreal, Wolfson shows in this chapter, "Erasing the Erasure/Gender and the Writing of God's Body in Kabbalistic Symbolism" and in the final and concluding one, "Crossing Gender Boundaries in Kabbalistic Ritual and Myth" that Gershom Scholem would be only partially correct that the goal of kabbalistic sexual mysticism would be the timeless Platonic one of fusion in coitus with a pre-Creation God as a bisexual being, called the androgyne, wherein male and female unite as equals, and halves become whole. Accordingly reconstituting the androgyne represents for the kabbalist as for every other sexual mystic the goal of all (hetero!)sexual intercourse, really a form of prayer. However, what is reunited in the act when performed as indicated in the sex-manual sometimes constituted by the Zohar's interpretation of Torah are not the two halves of a once-complete being that is "together again", as Scholem opined, but rather the penis itself which becomes the whole. Wolfson thus reveals what he believes to be a whole hidden, tacit or unspoken, but very significant dimension of Judaism through what he thinks of as the kabbalistic exegesis of biblical circumcision, arguing that Kabbala has incorporated, by the writing-inscription that is an extension of the original circumcision, the female into the crown or corona of the cosmic order of the penis. In this brave new world of Kabbala, sexuality becomes the Midas that turns everything feminine it touches on into penis: from the lactating breasts that amount to the ejaculating penis, to the elongated penetrated vagina that is the extended penis, to the life-supporting breasts of the Shekinah that the Hasidim suck on that are tantamount to nourishing ambrosia from God's permanently orgasmic phallus; to the dampening of the vagina that the Zohar calls the "rising of the feminine waters" the male must wait to meet with his own descending ones of milky sperm, since the end of female arousal




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is to arouse the male and incite the birth of a male, for lacking a son a kabbalist is forced into the sad fate of transmigration, or reincarnation, until such time as one is made.

What I have outlined, however is just schematically the argument of Wolfson's book, which surely hides as much as it reveals; for no more than any other profoundly conceived and sensitively rendered work can Circle in the Square be confused or reduced to its story. This is a book with a surprise and a delight, an interesting, odd provocative idea or 'trace' in practically every finely etched line. Through copious allusions to other texts and scholarship and bibliographically scrupulous documentation the author makes it feasible for the reader to blaze his or her own trail. Such a path might lead toward a different direction and other conclusions than Wolfson's. If for example, Gershom Scholem, was being more the Christian cabalist than the Jewish kabbalist in his notion of the gender-less androgyne that the kabbalist reconstitutes in fucking the Shekinah, and if such a "partnership", based on equality in the androgyne was Jewish enough for the loving Rebbe Schneerson, why not continue to 'misread' progressively, rather than be right, with E.R. Wolfson, on the side of sexist accuracy? 'Misreading' is a term invented by Harold Bloom in A Map of Misreading (1975) to convey the idea that there is no one true reading any longer; and Susan Handelman in Slayers of Moses (1982) says that this critical relativism of Bloom's (and Derrida's) grew out of a tradition of flexibility of Rabbinical commentary that reaches back to late antiquity: before the Rabbis decided what the Bible meant they took into consideration the ethical effect of their interpretation practicing what another deconstructing literary critic of today, J. Hillis Miller, would call an "ethics of misreading."

Another trail might start even from a place outside of the book and lead farther away from it, following the arrows of a famous passage which the great Christian cabalist H.C. Agrippa, in a declamation composed in 1509 called "On the Superiority of Women," cited from the Zohar, one that interprets Eve's name as being closer to God's than Adam's (Hebrew letters have a mystical-mathematical value in Kabbala). Curiously I found no mention of this very solid




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piece of 'feminist evidence' that has been so widely noticed and for so long (for instance, over three centuries later by the 19th century Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard in support of the 'women-defending' response in Vol.2 of Either-Or to the hedonist misogyny of Vol. 1), in Wolfson's book, certainly not because he hasn't heard of it! So if Wolfson has done his bit of misreading, why shouldn't I be allowed mine all the more so, if in so doing I might be in wiser, but surely kinder company?

However, whatever the 'correct' view, this reader's feeling is that Wolfson has missed out on a certain feminist current hard to find, I agree, of the Jewish mystical tradition, one that Christian Cabala found there, for example, because it was one that had a Christian correspondence and lineage; already strongly flowing, on the Christian side, for example, in Geoffrey Chaucer's late 14th century Legend of Good Women, as brought out so nicely in Sheila Delany's Naked Text: Chaucer's Legend of Good Women (Berkeley, 1994), one of the sources for which was Boccacio's On Famous Women (De Claris Mulieribus, begun 1356). As traced in Marc Van der Poel's recent monograph, Cornelius Agrippa, the Humanist Theologian and his Declamations (London, 1997) this line of thought which was to eventually inspire Agrippa's praise of women then continues with Christine de Pisan's Le livre de la cité des dames (1404), itself an answer to the misogyny of Jean de Meung's continuation (Part Two) of the Roman de la Rose (1265), and, in Spanish, in Juan Rodriguez del Padron's Triunfo de las doñas (1450, French trans. 1460).

It was this Christian feminism, which Wolfson either won't notice or underrates, part indeed of a medieval and Renaissance debate over women, as brought out, for instance in Diane Bornstein's anthology, Feminist Controversies of the Renaissance (NY, 1980), of which misogyny, though solidly entrenched, was merely one of the poles; while it was that other feminist one which in turn sensitizes Jewish kabbalists through direct or indirect influence (as well a those they inspired to write, for ex.: Leo Hebreo the poet) to women-enhancing phases and places they were able to find in their own holy books and traditions for instance in the Sophia figure, the sexual Shekinah, The Book of Ruth and The Song of Solomon, the latter especially very much loved by Christian mystics too.




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So I would make a case for tonic influence of religious synergy on the 'eternal question of women', which made it into a much more temporal and conjunctural one, since the great monotheisms were conditioned by each other as surely as fighters in a ring who learn from each other through significant struggle: a dialectic, in short...

http://www.esoteric.msu.edu/VolumeII/WolfsonReview.html
*typo - i meant the article isn't an epic read..
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02-15-2010, 03:59 AM,
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RE: free dmt and legal too
My position is that you can't make any definitive conclusion unless you use uncompressed original copies of the media for forensic analysis. Anything else leaves too many possibilities open and free web media is far down on the quality scale. I've spent much of my adult life doing A/V recording, editing and analysis and that is one of the first things that you learn. I could bore you to tears listing the causes and results of encoding/decoding errors, artifacts and glitches in every different kind of media. I've come across some things that I initially thought were very bizarre but after breaking things down, I have yet to find anything other than mundane reasons for them. From my work in both the A/V and adult industries, I have not run across anything occult or any kind of ceremonies. The only motivations I have seen have been for money and boosts to self image.
“Today’s scientists have substituted mathematics for experiments, and they wander off through equation after
equation, and eventually build a structure which has no relation to reality. ” -Nikola Tesla

"When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace." -Jimi Hendrix
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