Am I a cult member?

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Do you think i'm brainwashed

Yes
4
44%
No
5
56%
 
Total votes: 9

whitedevil
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Am I a cult member?

Postby whitedevil » Thu Feb 23, 2006 8:34 pm

Just so it's crystal. How many of you think i'm brainwashed?
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Postby Sam Hyde » Thu Feb 23, 2006 10:41 pm

just winding you up baby

sam xox
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thats old now, like me, only 4 weeks to go!!!!!
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Postby whitedevil » Thu Feb 23, 2006 11:33 pm

It appers Sam Hyde ticked yes

What a special young man you are Sam.

LMAO :bday:
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Postby Sam Hyde » Thu Feb 23, 2006 11:36 pm

Special to you in a very special way!

:Fade-color LMAO!!!!!!

Sam xox
thats old now, like me, only 4 weeks to go!!!!!

"I've never let my schooling interfere with my education"

Zathura
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Postby Zathura » Fri Feb 24, 2006 6:12 pm

What are your opinions on the roles of the sexes?

Do you think there is an absolute truth? At least one that is definate to human comprehension tothe degree that it can be taught at school?

What do think about gays?

Do you think modern music is demonic

Have you been fully exposed to modern art and modern culture in general?

If you can all answer my questionaire then I'll vote.

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Postby Sam Hyde » Fri Feb 24, 2006 7:09 pm

1)Equality for sexes
2)Equality for gays...and the rest, we are afterall part of the same 'one familly'
3)Modern music is just as good as classical, it all comes from the same source, the history of music.....DONT ASK ME! just too much of one thing can get annoying!
4)No I have not been fully exposed to modern culture and art....at school. This was during MY TIME, when I did art GCSE instead of sanskrit, i just scribbled and cracked joke. Did'nt take the GCSE in the end.
The art faculty has come on LEAPS AND BOUBDS! they are working to a national syllabus, go life drawring, trips, write essays on all types of modern art, do lino prints, etching, moddeling,...........the list goes on!
Every day is a step in the right direction!
Sam xox
thats old now, like me, only 4 weeks to go!!!!!

"I've never let my schooling interfere with my education"

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Postby Alban » Fri Feb 24, 2006 7:43 pm

Good - it may interest you to know, they scrapped art classes when I was there. We had one term of French, and one year of Latin - both were scrapped. We had geography too until...guess what...that was scrapped.

We did have ancient Greek and Sanskrit - they weren't scrapped - oh, and of course we had philosophy, which was a clone of the SES classes in that the teacher read out from the material that he was given.

I am sincerely glad things have changed / are changing. If the current pupils, along with their parents can persuade the schools to drop all associations with the SES and their miriad of registered charities (remind me why they need so many again) then I think the school has every chance of becoming a really good (normal) school. Lets hope this happens soon.

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Postby Zathura » Fri Feb 24, 2006 8:43 pm

I'm afraid to say doing lino prints and etchings are still a part of traditional as opposed to modern or contemporary art. I am on my own turf here. The question is are the kids taught to develop a personal process or to put it in laymens terms and downgrade it do they splosh around and try to imitate Jackson Pollock Picasso or Helen Chadwick or Tracy Emin or do they follow the modules of the curriculum to do with 1900 and before.

I would like to ask you this Sam. It's all very well talking about one family but what do you think about male penetrative sex?

What does equality of the sexes mean to you?


I 'm not asking to get you down in any way I'm just hoping for a personal and individual response. Then I can tick a no.

I might quiz you a bit more just to be sure you have not been brainwashed.

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Postby whitedevil » Sat Feb 25, 2006 12:14 am

Sam Hyde wrote:Special to you in a very special way!

:Fade-color LMAO!!!!!!

Sam xox


Zathura,

If you look into what sam is saying here, I think it will go some way way to answering one of your questions to him.

my answers are as follows

1. The word equality shouldn't even be used. Equality recognises a difference. Wer'e all human beings. I treat everyone like I treat myself rather than my "sister"

2. Is the same as one

3. I listen to music that comes up on my i tunes as "hardcore" and "screamo". I don't think my taste could be more edgy. And i couldn't imagine it any other way. I also can't stand classical

4. Art is'nt my thing....but i'm interested in contemporary and obscure theatre

Will you vote now?
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Postby Alban » Sat Feb 25, 2006 12:40 am

Nurse!

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Postby Alban » Sat Feb 25, 2006 12:41 am

...get the blue pills...erm....and the red ones

<<laffin'>>

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Postby whitedevil » Sat Feb 25, 2006 12:43 am

Alban,

What are you on about?
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Postby a different guest » Sat Feb 25, 2006 3:34 am

*gives Alban an elephant stamp*

:)

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Postby james » Sat Feb 25, 2006 8:32 am

Seen as were posting whatever pops into our heads.

You can say what you have to say because my mind's made up anyway I'm taking the high road going above you this is the last time that I'm gonna trust you. You can say what you have to say becase my mind's made up anyway all that bulls**t you talk might work a lot but it's not gonna work today.

Bluepill for me please if there still on offer, I like blue its nice and neutral. Red makes me feel angry :evilbat:

oooooooo and can I have an elephant stamp aswell please?! Ive been good, promise!

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Postby Zathura » Sat Feb 25, 2006 11:19 am

I dig it contemporary and obscure theatre. That's as ludicrous a definition as ever I've heard. I love it. Intentional I presume.
I love your jive you guys. It's good to get back in touch.
Screamin.
In my day it was safe and cool.
On the day shift just two words da rule
You take me for da fool
But you see thru me screen
your words is queen
fights the moon on da haloween
show de bum
show de bum broom
let the mooning begin
As a rulin
white surface planetry spheres
is in de all clears
on the first night of da croon
on da first night of da blapsin soon
da fist night of da fool moon

This is by a very famous contemporary street poet I hope you like it


I won't be voting till I feel I have really got into your soul.

Wanna hear what u really think.


Tell me more about gays and more about your views on women

Music and art I'm satisfied with


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