*** The Official Styxhexenhammer666 Discussion Thread and Garden Party ***
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In which we ponder the profound pontifications of our favorite YouTube pundit for phun and profit.

Sticky this motherfucker, MO.

Let's get the ball rolling with the dumbest politician who ever lived. That's right: Alexandria Occasional-Cortex. This freshman representative is acting like she's some kind of big wig, threatening veteran Democrat representatives who don't vote the way she wants them to. Something tells me she's about to get schooled by Pelosi and Schumer mighty damned quick.

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#2
We need to talk about the REAL important stuff about Styx...

Like that leather jacket and how much it’ll go for on eBay when he decides it’s time for a new one!?

Banana

(Why does my mind always default to selling clothes? LMFAO.)
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(03-02-2019, 03:04 PM)Mister Obvious Wrote: (Why does my mind always default to selling clothes? LMFAO.)

Because selling all of your clothes would give you a convenient excuse to go naked. nanarub
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#4
Washington Post tries to block Dissenter, gets their asses handed to them.

I dealt with the WaPo programmers when I worked for a newspaper. They're total fucking douchenozzles. It tickles me silly to see this lame attempt at censorship backfire on them. Banana



From the comments:

"Washington post should really learn to code."

Laugh
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#5


Re: Tim Pool and Jack Dorsey on Joe Rogan.
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#6


I couldn’t agree with him more about this...

The civil war tards are some of the worst doomtards out there.
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#7


Excellent video.
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#8


Even better than the last video.

Styxy and I are a lot alike...

He’ll be alright.
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#9


Sweet Styxy...

Hugs

Heartbreak suuuuucks.

I'm there with you hon.

We'll all make it through...

Group Hug
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#10


Geez, I wonder who made Styx feel this way??

Seems like he’s talking about something romantic, but maybe not.
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#11
I understand where he’s coming from with his ending statements but infatuation happens at all ages... probably never gets better.

Of course it just depends, case by case, some people may be more mature... but I’d say that maturity is a rarity.
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#12
Aarrgh, I'm in my office and I can't watch the video. I'm dying to hear what he (and you) are talking about!
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#13
I'd be interested to hear your impression Taco...

Watch the last couple vids I embedded sometime if you can and let me know.
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#14
I always wonder what gets someone as consistent and seemingly solid as Styx shook to this degree...

I just hope it wasn't a death.
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#15
Cuz I think we all know how that feels and how much it up-ends your life...

Not that romantic loss is a picnic or anything, but death is another matter.
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#16
I finally was able to sift through the two videos.

As far as agape love goes, all (good) parents know it in spades. It utterly destroys any other form of love a person has known, even the deepest and truest unconditional love one might feel when truly IN love. That's the one revelation all parents have, is that the love they have for their kids is totally unique, and it's unlocked by their child's existence, and it's mightily more powerful than all other forms of love, and the revelation is that this is the love your parents have for you. I once had my kid say "Daddy, I don't love you" while we were driving, and I was so overwhelmed I had to pull over my car and take him out of his car seat and just hold him, and all I could say was "it's okay because I will always love you". Of course since then he says he loves me all the time, I think he was just trying it out, to see what it felt like to say that, and it didn't feel good to either of us.

But what styxx is saying is true, you can't just turn it off or suddenly start looking for the negatives of a human being that you have accepted completely, without condition.

And certainly any parent who has lost a child has gone through a level of loss that I don't even want to imagine. If I try to imagine it, I just see myself either dying or going fucking insane with grief and rage.

There was a video of a guy killing a man who killed his child; he shot him while the guy was being escorted away, and literally EVERYONE understood. Nobody said "what a terrible man for killing the child murderer".

I remember someone once telling me a story about a guy whose daughter went missing, and he killed himself, and in his suicide letter he said it was because he believed he could help save his daughter from beyond, where in the physical world he was powerless. I don't know about that, feels more like he might have given up to me, I'm not sure, but the pain he must have been in... again, don't want to imagine it.

On the other hand... there was a guy named, I'll call him simply "Singh", in New Mexico, who I tangentially knew while I was living there; he was a Sikh--technically a western Sikh. His wife and two 3 y-o daughters were in the car in the garage getting ready to go to a potluck party, and a man snaked in under the garage door as it was opening, with a knife. He started threatening her and she locked the door and began honking and screaming and of course the kids were screaming, and Singh came running out in his pajamas with his turban basically hanging down around his shoulders (Sikhs who have become "Khalsa" (holy) never fully take their turban off, so that's why it was hanging over his shoulders). The man saw Singh and lunged at him and began stabbing him repeatedly, I think the number was 17 times, and it punctured a lung and severed his larynx, but he was a paramedic, so he was able to keep himself from going into shock, and he wrested the guy to the ground, got his knife away from him, and made a careful incision into the guy's neck, just to help him understand the god damned fight was over. So Singh kept the guy pinned down, bleeding onto him, as they all sat there waiting for the paramedics and cops to arrive, all while willing himself to not pass out. Singh's survival was called a miracle, and he was later asked why he didn't just kill the guy once he got him pinned, and he said "because I love my daughters and I didn't want them to see me kill another man". I mean... just...

Damn.
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#17
(03-19-2019, 04:02 PM)LuxuryTaco Wrote: I once had my kid say "Daddy, I don't love you" while we were driving, and I was so overwhelmed I had to pull over my car and take him out of his car seat and just hold him, and all I could say was "it's okay because I will always love you". Of course since then he says he loves me all the time, I think he was just trying it out, to see what it felt like to say that, and it didn't feel good to either of us.

Dude this made me cry like a bitch. I'm so salty at you right now. I'm so fucking salty at you about this.

Feels

(03-19-2019, 04:02 PM)LuxuryTaco Wrote: I remember someone once telling me a story about a guy whose daughter went missing, and he killed himself, and in his suicide letter he said it was because he believed he could help save his daughter from beyond, where in the physical world he was powerless.

You know... I understand where he was coming from. I don't think he was giving up... sheer desperation, sure. But I think he could have just understood what is possible in the higher dimensions as it pertains to turning the 'nobs and switches' in this dimension.
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(03-19-2019, 04:06 PM)Mister Obvious Wrote: Dude this made me cry like a bitch. I'm so salty at you right now. I'm so fucking salty at you about this.


You know... I understand where he was coming from. I don't think he was giving up... sheer desperation, sure. But I think he could have just understood what is possible in the higher dimensions as it pertains to turning the 'nobs and switches' in this dimension.

I felt the same way when "Singh" protected his family. Our whole community was crying. That's love!

I agree that that the guy who killed himself was desperate. I just don't want to have to even imagine ... fucking KILLING yourself because you're gambling that it might have a greater chance to save your child... dear lord... that is some heady shit.
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#19


Styx is a brilliant mind. I agree with everything he said.
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#20


Styx just made a retrowave song thouuughhhh...

I think he has potential in the genre.

He just needs a better vocal recording setup and better mastering.

Y'all know, I'm a harsh retrowave vocals critic...

http://www.sectual.com/thread-4074.html

He doesn't have any of the modern vocal style twists that make so many retrowave vocalists insufferable.

If I didn't think he could do pretty well with it, I would say so.
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