Honest Government Ad | Anti Encryption Law by salvia_d in WorldPolitics

[–]JasonCarswell 2 insightful - 1 funny2 insightful - 0 funny3 insightful - 1 funny -  (0 children)

Damn it!

So I just order those books while taking a break earlier. I put in a new toilet this morning as a tree crawled under the house and the roots were drinking and clogging my crap. So after I'm cleaning up the bathroom and house and I put this on...

Tim Kelly (thkelly67) "Charlie Robinson on the Octopus of Global Control" (2018-12-11) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gW_kxnQTLoM

And there's more on him: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=Charlie+Robinson+on+the+Octopus+of+Global+Control&t=h_&ia=videos

And he wrote this "conspiracy encyclopedia" : https://www.amazon.com/Octopus-Global-Control-Charlie-Robinson/dp/1521818495 (DON'T buy from Amazon if you can avoid it).

$25 - paperback 518 pages - Independently published (August 18, 2017) - ISBN-10: 1521818495 - ISBN-13: 978-1521818497

Maybe you've heard of it. Maybe I heard of it but passed by it. I'm loving the interview so much that I had to stop at 21 minutes in to share this.

No one is sharing a torrent of it yet so I can't recommend a pirate hash if you're poor.

They also discuss this well recommended and often discussed book : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confessions_of_an_Economic_Hit_Man

And I'm only 21 minutes in!

This concept of simplifying the conspiracies down into digestible clear content with irrefutable references reflects the concept of my "Truther Top 20s" project.

You may now resume your routine.

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That's my point.

The system is rigged in every way. The expensive ISP service is barely any different than regular service. That's intentional. They don't want good or competitive networks out there.

But if everyone had one and demanded a better price, maybe.

Or... We adapt and build our own in various ways. Let's for the moment pretend that everyone is adopting this new decentralized system and it all pays for itself as the market meets the demand. (Rather than supply side economics overproducing shit for landfills, demand side is superior and less wasteful.) But "they" are closing down the connections and services.

So we adapt. Rather than relying only on direct physical networks we can create wireless networks like the Better Approach To Mobile Adhoc Networking (B.A.T.M.A.N.) : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B.A.T.M.A.N.

But we don't want to burden wireless systems much less adopt 5G or worse to increase bandwidth. If every computer server system had something like FreeNAS ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FreeNAS ) in it, you could be make lots of redundant drive, not only good for backup security but also for "trade". Let's say every week you shipped a couple 4tb drives to a network determined location somewhere else near or far to perpetuate and spread the information you had. Also, you'd be copying new redundant drives all week and every week you'd also receive a couple 4tb drives from some other seemingly random place. Random to people, but determined by the systems operated by folks. For example, all of this weeks updates on GitLab could be put on a drive and shipped to one town in Africa to be disperesed there. Not the best example.

So maybe they'd try to stop shipments. That doesn't stop people from inventing their own systems. You viisit your friends and neighbors and coworkers and swap drives with them. Some folks travel to other towns etc. etc. etc. It could be a way of life - only if 1) people rejected the authority systems and 2) the decent-web systems could be profitable and sustainable on some level small or large.

Anyway, they say most of the traffic on the interwebs is Netflix and porn. Even if you drop the porn, Netflix is serving content that could be compressed with x265. Also they shouldn't be serving everyone, so much as seeding to some who share with others, like webtorrent. In this way Bitchute, PeerTube, etc are a superior model to YouTube if they could expand and everyone be part of the participatory cloud rather rely on the authority cloud.

Honest Government Ad | Anti Encryption Law by salvia_d in WorldPolitics

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I'd seen Ben Garrison's work around but I'd never known him by name or anything.

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=ben+garrison&t=h_&iax=images&ia=images

The only guy I can recall of the top is David Dees

http://ddees.com/

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=David+Dees&t=h_&iar=images&iax=images&ia=images

RationalWiki is not rational at all. Sometimes they are funny in their ignorance, intentionally or otherwise. Because it came up I peeked: https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/David_Dees

It's funny because I'd been thinking about buying his collected works in art books for my parents for Xmas. I don't care for Xmas but it's an excuse to expose them.

10 minutes later...

Fuck it. I bought it. All 3 volumes in a set. $175USD with shipping or $242.17 Canadian dollars. Fucking PayPal conversion SCAM!!! Also shipping scam. I hope they're worth it. Also I hope my folks like it, in some way at least. I don't know if this is like getting a new hammer drill and tool set for your girlfriend so that you can use it.

I went on a splurge in August or September and bought a bunch of books by Douglas Valentine (CIA As Organized Crime, The Phoenix Program), Jay Dyer (Esoteric Hollywood), Tom Secker & Matt Alford (National Security Cinema), and 4 by David McGowan (going out of print and getting rare/expensive). They all cost less. I don't usually whine about expenses but I'm already so poor. Hopefully my animation will be well received and return me to the lifestyle I was once accustomed to.

I intend my animations to be penetrative on the front lines of meme warfare. Maybe you weren't impressed with my little "Truther Top 20s" project. Maybe you won't be impressed with my big "Trutherism 101" project when I introduce it here, but I hope, over time it will eventually build into something notable, if not impressive on some/many levels. Animation, and especially good animation, is a long slow tedious involved process. It will take months and years. That's why solid planning is required. And that's why I chose SaidIt to do this openly, even if alone for the first while.

Honest Government Ad | Anti Encryption Law by salvia_d in WorldPolitics

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I did this anti-war music video for a friend in 2005, though his song is dedicated to his Marine sister posted in Okanawa.

http://www.sharedvoice.org/semper_fi/

I don't know why it won't play in my browsers. I rarely used Adobe Flash for so many reasons. I begrudgingly animated it in Flash to keep the streaming size down. Video streaming wasn't a thing then.

Honest Government Ad | Anti Encryption Law by salvia_d in WorldPolitics

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Thank you. I was/am a professional high end animator from the days before everyone had a computer, much less one in their pocket. Mostly TV commercials. I liked that they were mini-movies and you didn't have to spend 3 years married to a project you may not have liked. Many I'm proud of and some I'm glad my name isn't on.

To be clear, I did not do all of those animations. I just collected them. I did the James Corbett caracature and the last two animations for M&Ms and Teletoon, the Canadian version of the Cartoon Network.

To see a tiny sample of more of my illustrative potential, feel free to look at these two article where I primarily used my own old old drawings. You need not bother reading the posts but I won't stop you.

https://steemit.com/images/@jasoncarswell/steemit-image-use-and-options-for-artists

https://steemit.com/animation/@jasoncarswell/osapap-003-project-concepts-and-limitations

The styles are what they are, for better or worse, from old sketchbooks I'd scanned in and cleaned up over a dozen years ago. I can do way more.

I could do a SaitIt mascot character.

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About the A+++ list... They may be A+++ to us or they may also be A+++ because they are concise and to the point and/or they maybe perfect to share to newbies and sheeple like my Mom, who's starting to wake up some (still a looooong way to go). Some of the older A+++ may also be something profound that was either new to me or new at the time. I'm not going to watch them all over again, but I suspect some may be just A++ now.

YouTube is where the sheeple flock is. Most folks on alt-tubes are preaching to the choir. Censorship is the battleground for hearts and minds and freedom and truth. I think that until the A.I. DemiGod Overlord shuts us down that's where the battle will remain unless we can really get this decentralized web thing working.

It's a chicken-egg thing. I am broke as fuck but in a stable situation. I'd LOOOOVE to buy a big server to co-host SaidIt (when they figure out their decent-web plan), and PeerTube, DTube, IPFS, Holochain, ZeroNet, etc, as well as renting out space. I might even be able to beg borrow steal seed funding for it. BUT, if there is no demand for the Decent-Web then there's little chance all the content I host will earn Filecoin, Steemit, Holo-coin, etc etc etc for the service that would be provided (for maintenance, connection, upgrades, expansion, sustainability), there's no way to compete with the established cloud-based corporate overlords.

As much as I'd love to buy a big server, I'd love EVEN MORE to have everyone (that can afford it) have a dishwasher or refrigerator sized server in their home, perhaps in the basement beside their similarly sized water heater, air conditioner, and/or home heating system - with everyone's system sustainably earning and growing, even if half of them were serviced by trusted local tech folks. THAT's how this COULD work, if people actually properly could invest in their future freedom.

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Someone in the TLAV Discord chat said they couldn't get to the Truther Top 20 thing to read it.

StarrWilsonToday at 8:59 PM

Jason, I can't read it unless I sign up.

https://discordapp.com/channels/466130476000739328/466130476650725377

Is this supposed to happen? Is it a glitch? I'd assumed everything was open/visible.

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That's a neat trick. Kinda like my recent discovery, YouTube-DLG : https://duckduckgo.com/?q=YouTube-DLG I used to rely on timesuck addons, one by one.

I'd not had any playlists for a decade. Then less than two years ago I started 4, only because it seemed like there was a void. I'm not saying all this stuff is even A+ much less A+++ but it's worth making a playlist for.

Sam Tripoli used to have more personal stuff but now seems primarily TFH and I think he's removed some with this show's success. At the time it seemed nice to sort through all that and present a clean list so I started the "Tin Foil Hat podcast playlist (with Sam Tripoli)" : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvg8eyC7StzS87ByPO1OOAOBtVC3u4siG

ALL of Tim Kelly's stuff is great. And Atwills scattered stuff too. For some reason I just thought collecting this stuff together seemed like a good idea. "Powers & Principalities Playlist (Tim Kelly & Joe Atwill)" : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvg8eyC7StzTDikjUhvccZJly9kCJ3u3B I like this show so much I started this article stub : https://infogalactic.com/info/Powers_&_Principalities I had started copy/pasting the mediocre YouTube auto-transcriptions, for the record and posterity's sake should they get censored and I was downloading it all. Back in April I actually spent a few days cleaning up one transcription ( https://infogalactic.com/info/Powers_&_Principalities,_Episode_047,_Proper_Transcription ) that you may wish to include for that show should you "back it up", adding hyperlinks and a couple factual corrections and/or skeptical notes. I wasn't going to half do it but I sure as hell won't do another. And then I fell behind and haven't copy/pasted the rest of the mediocre YouTube auto-transcriptions.

This list is almost pointless as it's essentially just his video list, but I feel this is prolly the most underrated show on YouTube, "The Shift Playlist (host Doug McKenty)" : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvg8eyC7StzRqOJAoc_WwQ8p-os1C4EcO Not only does he have A++ guests, the interviews are excellent as well. Sadly his output has slowed. I say my list is almost pointless, but I often "bundle" these four playlists when I promote them. Whether it's in the comments of TFH or P&P or wherever, I will often, when I think about it, say something like, "If you liked this episode of Tin Foil Hat, check out the playlist or these others..."

I'm not really into true crime stuff, but have had significant exposure to some cases via certain sources like Ed Opperman, who do many shows on OJ Simson's innocence or the Zodiac Killer myth or the Smiley Face Killer mystery. Professor Thomas Horan's "The Stones Unturned Playlist" : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvg8eyC7StzQ18hC-8ZVjX2ttirnoQOBv is also largely a copy of his video list, as it turns out. I thought it might be a little more. It's good but infrequent. Of note is how the media has played up the Serial Killer threat hysteria in news and pop culture of the late 20th century, yet they've all since vanished to be replaced with terrorists - cause they stopped? Or more propaganda?

I recently just started 3 other music playlists but they're awful and need more curating and selections. I want them but am not yet interested in dedicating efforts there just yet. Forget it - I just made them unlisted until they're something I can be proud of.

I'll keep you posted when I organize an "A+++" and maybe "A++" list. Prolly when I get another harddrive and have to swap one out. It will actually make me feel much better, that I haven't just been wasting my time all to myself, but actually getting it out there - in two ways.

I don't know if YouTube is really dying so much as an obstacle course of the establishment. This is a whole other conversation though. I also have a plan to "infiltrate" them. If my "Trutherism 101" project is half as good as I hope it will, if I can focus on making it, it may develop a following. I intend for it to parody everything under the sun without limit, included truthers themselves/ourselves. Further, I intend to start off strong but slow and build it to irrefutable hard hitting truths. By that time, I hope to have some supportive following and if/when they ultimately censor it, the martyrdom will not be for naught. Unless the global terror war is already too obvious and my efforts will come too late.

Anyway, thanks for your offer to import a playlist. I don't know if any of the above are of interest to you or worthy of your valuable hard drive space. I certainly won't feel rejected, in part because I've already seen them and in part because I haven't embraced PeerTube yet, and in part because it's your choice not mine. I'm just proposing candidates on hand. If the bandwidth isn't an expense, you may wish to download some to share, if you have some space free, until you have better content to replace it.

FYI, I just discovered this "circa now" channel ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwCFNn9grbEPqrFspV0IMGA ) and am downloading all their videos. I know some is good for sure, but I don't know if it's all aces. Also, I don't know how much is original and how much is "borrowed". Maybe you'll find goodies there.

Edit: Holly Seeliger of Zoon Politikon mentioned Kip Simpson (Chris Simpsons http://www.RealityReader.com ) during an interview. Another one new to me. If she recommends him I'm pretty sure he's good, even if small time. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9GexwSxlqjo9NhMMdcv6zg/ I'm downloading his archive next.

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Wallowing in guilt doing my other stuff, reflecting, an apt comparison came to me.

(Leaving aside all deeper esoteric skeptical analysis and prudish judgments) most would agree:

1) DisneyLand is fun. (Or the movies, or whatever you find fun.)

2) Sex is fun.

3) You don't have sex at DisneyLand (and drag people into it).

I'd never thought about it this way before. I'm just used to it everywhere in comment sections, and honestly I thought much of it was funny (not that I did much of it) and that others were simply hypersensitive and judgmental, maybe even SJWs.

Sometimes it's nice to get a cold shock to verify, reassess, and realign your ethical center. I still like swear for emphasis, but it's never been a compulsion or without purpose.

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Automation

Maybe this isn't GUI, but then I don't know if this deserves a whole OP.

A couple times a week I go through my YouTube favourite channels to download the latest (with YouTube-DLG), most of which I'll never get around to seeing, but maybe will be censored. Also, there may be a day when IPFS or something like it can benefit from my vast archive. I do this by hand for two reasons. YouTube doesn't always notify you. And my method minimizes my exposure to YouTube where I can get distracted and/or try to collect all the things. I'll still be exposed to new things here or there, but far less when I don't have to actually go to every page.

So I wonder if SaidIt could or would automate some kind of substitute thing for the YouTube notifications, or at least for certain channels.

There are most definitely drawbacks. Not ever episode of every channel is gold and worth sharing.

Perhaps this is something worth discussing. Who are the most reliable sources or are our favourite truthers? Or who has the best content with rare duds, regardless how fast they produce them? Sooo many to consider. I've got short, medium, and long lists and my limited and/or detailed views on all of them. YouTube is good for multitasking except when I need extreme focus or am composing a paragraph or more.

Vaguely related - I've had my own system of ranking videos for years. I'll occasionally give an "A" to good videos, though I don't label many as a lot are good. I try to give more "A+" to those who've earned the notability. "A++" are less common but I always mark them, and of the ones I've marked, these are most plentiful. Very rarely do I come across "A+++" that I want to share with my Mom and the world. Sometimes a couple a month, sometime nothing for a couple months. For ages now I've been meaning to put them all in a playlist. When I do, I'll also post them here, even if they're not new, perhaps in a dedicated sub. Then the A++ next. Whenever I get to it. Unless it's a bad idea.

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Let me know if you ever need help with subs grouping, cleaning, organizing, etc. I don't know what he means by layout as I have no significant forum experience to compare to. All of my GUI interface ideas are just from general web use and some design experience.

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We can still have fun, but with a modicum of decorum.

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There was no point. I care too. By any definition it was a "shitpost", though I didn't think of it as such at the time as it was meant to be funny and forgotten. But as we all know a lot of bad comedy is just stupid and gross. My bad. And to my shame.

I may be the creep who posted this, but I'm not a creeper as I went straight for the worst. It's good that you're vigilant for the creepers. I think I may have made a joke or few in comments elsewhere that were not classy too, though they may have actually been funny. Regardless, your points are well taken and I understand this "prudishness" has a purpose that I sincerely respect for very practical reasons and will endeavour to keep SaidIt classy hence forth.

For a broader context, and more shame on me, this is sort of an inside joke, though only I would know about the inside part, though the crass joke should have been obvious. Starting in animation college (yes you can go to school for that), some would have motivational posters with quotes. Then some of us would make ridiculous quotes that obviously weren't from that person, as I did. Naturally this escalated into absurdity. (ie. Thomas Edison, "I punch myself in the nuts because it hertz so good.") Oddly it didn't stop in college. I don't know if it's an animator thing or what, but usually you can count on 2 things in an animation studio: stupid quotes and a ridiculous number of monitor pets - toys on top of and around monitors, from before they all went flatscreen. Like pinup girls in automotive repair shops. I didn't do the quotes much and definitely wasn't and am not into the action figures. Anyway...

So somehow or other, I landed in the quotes section here. All good stuff. I didn't think before I jumped into it. Also I went straight to gonzo with no build, in part for comedy/shock value, in part so as not to be mistaken as legit, and in part because I didn't expect to spend any time here. Just a quick little thing that I expected to be passed over and forgotten. If I'd known it'd be noticed I would have at least tried to be more clever. Also, if you've noticed most of my verbose posting have citations and effort, so I'm not usually so sparse and lazy. If in the future I post a quote, you bet it will have a source. My quick joke ultimately was blowback on me.

Worse still was that it was a "post" rather than a little "comment". If you want to delete this post I certainly wouldn't object getting rid of the evidence of my stupidity. Or you can use it as a teaching tool of what noob chuckleheads should not to do.

Thanks for explaining it clearly and for tolerating my carelessness. I sincerely regret it and am embarrassed by it now.

Here's some additional irony. That first video I loved so much ( /s/WorldPolitics/comments/89g/honest_government_ad_anti_encryption_law/ ) featured a lot of swearing and I even learned some new Aussie phrases. I loved it immensely. And yet I even went so far as to comment on it...

I love everything about these (I'll be binge watching the rest of them soon enough) and aim to be on par in every way but one. I don't mind the swearing and find it appropriately funny. But I intend to avoid swearing on my own project to keep it accessible, classy (right), and let the outrageous manipulation and exploitation of the corporatocracy be offence enough.

Boom. Double shame on me for being a hypocrite.

Again, sorry.

Also, I don't know what an "OP" is.

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Okay.

First, look at Einstein. Second, look at the absurdity of the quote. This entire thread has been stupid from it's inception. Intentionally, without any doubt, at least for reasonably intelligent folks. I've not tried to pull one over. I've not tried to push disinformation or misinformation anywhere else on SaidIt. I have provided my best effort, to the best of my abilities and my knowledge, and on occasion thrown in some comedy (or tried to) but never disinfo. I guess this one failed, in part because it was pushing absurdist disinfo, mixed with a bit of legit info. I hardly think one obviously silly post out of countless others is filling up or ruining SaidIt. Honestly, I'm shocked anyone's bit at this and that it's gone on as long as it has. Especially when, IMHO, I've offered far more interesting other stuff to discuss. But few have engaged. Not that it's a flaw or criticism, but it seems to me SaidIt users are usually more into posting than commenting/discussing.

If I've broken some rule(s), written or unwritten, I apologize. With all seriousness. It's not my intention to rock this boat. I want to rock the establishment, or better get rid of it. Also, I've never advocated violence, though I do advocate Natural Law self defense in general and against the monopoly on violence. Perhaps I shouldn't have used the word "fist" as it's also brings to mind things other than ridiculously crazy gonzo sex acts. Also, I didn't say anyone did violence upon him, though perhaps I should have better directed the implications that he was into self-inflicted kinky shyza, according to no one but my apparently not-very-funny sense of humour that is twisted like Twizzlers.

If I need to repent and make up for it, tell me how. If my noob Reddit skills need refining, please inform me or point me to something to digest. If I'm reading too much into this I'd also like to know and where I stand. Ideally, if this post was an actual "offensive incident" for lack of knowing what better to call it, I'd be fine with understand a little more on why, and I'll make every effort not to break whatever protocols again, and we can put this behind us.

Tell me how I can help make it right if it's wrong.

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I know right. Creepy AND kinky.

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Veiled? Threats? Violence?

You mean lust.

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On a serious note, I wish I could recall where but someone broke down a perspective new to me about the linguistic angle of Noam Chomsky and how linguistics and the meanings of things and all that tie deeply into spin and propaganda. But they said it far better. It seems obvious now but I'd never tied his "activism" with his "linguistics" before, even though I knew he was a limited hangout ever since the first time I saw him deny that 9/11 was worth study - as if anything else could be more important, causing a global terror war.

I think it was either the most recent The Antidote podcast episode or slightly more likely the most recent Myth Of The 20th Century podcast episode. Unless they've released another in the last 3-5 days.

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But it was his cousin, right?

Genius!

Maybe I'm confusing him with the pedos Jerry Lee Lewis or Charlie Chaplin. Seriously, they were.

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And how do you think he died? Sure, that's when he died, but that's the cover story. The answer, starts with an F and ends with a IST.

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I added the lyrics to Turning Away to that post.

Also, the Doctor Who theme riff starts at 2m30s. FYI it's never "Dr. Who" but always is "Doctor Who".

"ALL Doctor Who Title Sequences (UPDATED) | Doctor Who" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNszKKAtEwU

Of all the Doctor Who themes my favourite versions are the 1970s and very early 1980s.

Delia Derbyshire's "Doctor Who Theme 4 - Full Version (1967-1980)" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pi_aPoaK4Tg

"Doctor Who Tom Baker 1980 Opening And Closing" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtoMXdhTx9o Almost sounds like a Vangelis rip off.

There's a sweet but tragic story about the very clever woman who made it what it was, Delia Derbyshire.

The original music was painstakingly and tediously constructed, like animation is, but for the ears.

"All samples are privately archived and are not for public release, we apologise for the inconvenience. Thank you for your cooperation." The BBC is just propaganda not a public service of and for and by the people, otherwise they wouldn't be so stingy/greedy with their public "national treasures".

Though I found this if you ever want to remix it: "1963 Delia Derbyshire Theme Without Melody" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6XcQIZZ9SI

Very good but not what I was after, "The Ultimate History of the Doctor Who Theme" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khNg-hLNs44

Also good but not what I was after, "The Delian Mode - Delia Derbyshire documentary" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXnmSgaeGAI

Also not : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delia_Derbyshire

Failed to find anything substantial about the end of her life but I learned more along the way.

You may think I'm a Doctor Who fan. I watched it when I was 10 but have no interest in the rest of the sad series, except I may see if the new female Doctor is any good. Other than that I only like the theme song (and none of the other soundtracks), and I would die to marry someone as cute as Jenna Louise Coleman, though not die enough to bother watching her episodes. (Has she even been in anything else?)

Bonus: "Doctor Who meets Pink Floyd" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgv_NHKRId4 (Is actually "Vashta Nerada [Doctor Who Theme] by Traffic Experiment - Official Music Video" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRm8qmM-DTg )

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Pink Floyd "On The Turning Away"

On the turning away

From the pale and downtrodden

And the words they say

Which we won't understand

Don't accept that what's happening

Is just a case of others' suffering

Or you'll find that you're joining

In the turning awayIt's a sin that somehow

Light is changing to shadow

And casting its shroud

Over all we have known

Unaware how the ranks have grown

Driven on by a heart of stone

We could find that we're all alone

In the dream of the proud

On the wings of the night

As the daytime is stirring

Where the speechless unite in a silent accord

Using words you will find are strange

Mesmerised as they light the flame

Feel the new wind of change

On the wings of the night

No more turning away

From the weak and the weary

No more turning away

From the coldness inside

Just a world that we all must share

It's not enough just to stand and stare

Is it only a dream that there'll be

No more turning away

From : http://www.metrolyrics.com/on-the-turning-away-lyrics-pink-floyd.html

Einstein quote, "If it's smaller than my fist or an apple I'm pretty sure it will fit in my butt." by JasonCarswell in quotes

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He also said, "Incest is best, keep it in the family, cause it's all relative," and then he married his underage cousin.

Most of that is true. Look it up.

Einstein quote, "If it's smaller than my fist or an apple I'm pretty sure it will fit in my butt." by JasonCarswell in quotes

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You need some citations to back that up. (Onto my fist.)

SaidIt is a psy-op malware infiltration and elimination secret operation. by JasonCarswell in ConspiracyTheory

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You changed my screensaver!