User Profile: Thor.Perun


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  • December 19, 2014 at 2:22pm

    You remind me of Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Snow Queen”. It’s cool that you don’t need a fridge, your presence is all what it takes.

    “Marriage is a partnership, not a free sex pass”

    Actually, neither is mutually exclusive. This almost sounds like you use (on rare occasions when it suits you) intimacy as a tool to get something. If true, then your marriage is a legalized prostitution, despite the platitudinal disclaimer “Sex is meant to be the consummation of a very tight bond called marriage WITH the woman he married”, because no one disputes that.

    Different people have different drives. My first marriage failed because my drive is high and I was deprived after first4-5 years when my wife was willing. No, I did not seek an outside outlet, nor I watched porn (pre-internet times), but it accumulated, I was getting unhappier and grumpier.

    My other half Jennifer knows that less than 5 times a week would be too little. I, on the other hand would feel unhappy if I did not get her climaxed 3 times a night (or morning), not because of some reciprocal sense of duty/trade.

    We are each other’s plaything and I see absolutely nothing wrong with it. That’s because we take each other seriously.

  • [2] December 19, 2014 at 5:32am

    “Capitalism kills tens of millions each year via lack of capital”

    Dolt, capital isn’t some hoard in a finite volume, capital is being created, it’s not a zero sum entity. Learn some economy.

    “And its never been Elected-as policy its pushed down everyones throat by the capital-class”

    Free-market economy. There was no specific system pushed. down to anyone’s throat. But the bankers started to fall in love with socialism, for a simple reason — it stratifies society into a 2-class system. No messy middle class with an upward mobility. So, they started to implement crony capitalism, which is a transitional modality.

    In mid 60′s, USA had a highest standard of living in the world. But when the piecemeal socialism started to trickle in, it started to turn to SOL instead.

    If you carefully listen to Rockefellas, they are so arrogant that they make no bones about what kind of system they want and it’s not the free-market. And they love useful idiots like you. Well, up to a point, you are disposable like a kleenex.

    “we are going to set this world on fire

    Government is on your side. Well, that is, as long as you are useful.
    Eventually, your and your masters utopian delusions will be put to rest and the free people will win.

  • [1] December 19, 2014 at 4:58am


    Are you claiming that Reagan an Thatcher got a hold of a time machine? Both were at the helm in 80′s, while Pol Pot was deposed by Vietnam Army in January 7, 1979 (invasion started in Dec 25, 1`978). Even Vietnamese commies couldn’t stomach that mass murdering excrement.

    Pol Pot was funded by Moscow first (1970-75) then by China (1975-78). China launched a war with Vietnam in response to Vietnam occupation of Cambodia, but Vietnamese were apparently tough MFos and repelled the Chinese invasion.

  • December 19, 2014 at 4:16am

    Let me operate from a 7-dimensional matrix and I’ll do it on a whim, without fail.

  • December 19, 2014 at 3:53am

    Occam’s Razor is a tool to assess probability. It does not exclude highly improbable events — e.g. anomalies. Virgin pregnancy is highly improbable, but it is possible, just the chances of that happening would be probably one to 9 orders of magnitude.

    1. the pregnancy has to occur at a young age when the eggs are right at the end of maturing process.
    2. Two eggs merged into one (not that rare), early on, and containing two sets of DNA.
    3. By some mutation agent (x-ray for instance) one of the sets did not turn on one gene that prepares the egg DNA for maturing, meaning the maternal imprint is not expressed. The source of x-rays may have been a nova explosion, or a strong electric discharge (lightning hit). Normally, the egg with two sets that went through process of maturing is not viable as it does not allow entry of additional DNA material, like sperm, but the two sets with maternal imprint are sterile as they don’t trigger further conception/development process, unless the condition above are fulfilled. In some instances the sperm punches through, but the two sets may tear the sperm DNA apart, making thus incomplete recombined sequences, so the egg is not viable either.
    4. The battle is not won yet, the chances that the egg with one non-imprinted set would develop into a full human baby are about one to 500, most likely this would end up in a miscarriage.

    So, extremely rare given the odds, but not something that is impossible.

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  • [4] December 18, 2014 at 9:43pm

    Pol Pot, how about worker’s paradise now? I’ll pay one way ticket for you to North Korea.

    Mass murder perpetrated by communists, since 1917:
    130 million.

    Even Islam, second in place for mass murder, does not compare, through its entire history, the total is around 60 million.

    Nazis, trail in third place with 38 million total.

  • [3] December 18, 2014 at 9:21pm

    Pol Pot: “We will annihilate you this time”

    I know you’ll try, again. But one day, I guarantee you that you’d end up as street lamp ornaments, like in 1956 Hungary.

  • [1] December 18, 2014 at 4:08pm

    Yes, commies finally succeeded in installing their plant on the papal seat. What’s your point?

  • December 18, 2014 at 3:25pm

    Thai Ridgeback:

  • [1] December 17, 2014 at 11:58pm

    Remember kids, in the Alaska wilderness, always bear arms else it could be bear paws!

  • [4] December 17, 2014 at 8:05am

    42 has been always the answer in this universe.
    We just don’t know what was the question.

  • December 16, 2014 at 12:22am

    Fundamental transformation of America = Political climate change.

  • December 16, 2014 at 12:13am

    All the human languages can be traced back to what in linguistic is called Nostra.
    That is, with exception of one as far a one can tell (we can’t reconstruct some dead languages)
    Aymara (Bolivia area, Lake Titicaca). While all the Nostra core based language are built on a binary logic (yes/no, 0/1), Aymara is built on a trinary logic (yes/modal/no, or 0/2/1).

    Theoretically, if you created an artificial trinary language and let it function as a substrate/medium for translation between binary logic languages, you’d have nearly flawless translations platform from one binary logic language to another.

  • December 13, 2014 at 6:07pm

    Point 1, sure.

    Point 2. not quite that sure. There may be numerous factors that may lead to that deviation and not necessarily it is something one is “born” with. Even the issue of choice isn’t that clear cut. For instance, bisexuals… apparently, in that group it is a matter of volition.

    It may be that the biological prerogative (heterosexuality) isn’t as strongly encoded in humans as in the rest of the animal kingdom, a price we pay for the extended neoteny. No need to invoke “1500 species have a same sex attraction too” — that is not an issue of attraction but expression of dominance and the sexual act is only simulated.

    My guess would be that at some point in early child’s development, a nurture factor may “flip the switch”.

  • [1] December 13, 2014 at 5:34pm

    Kicka, since about 10 years CC (Common Core)

  • December 13, 2014 at 5:19pm

    No one is looking for a hetero-gene.
    1. heterosexuals aren’t a “special” snowflakey group de jour, so no one gives a sh!te.
    2. the assumption is that it is obviously present in some form, else we wouldn’t be having this discussion at all.

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  • December 13, 2014 at 7:52am

    Crimini, not Pocahontas! It’s like choosing between a rock and a hard place.

  • [1] December 13, 2014 at 7:49am

    True. And as a consequence, seemingly unintended, the civilization would be dying too. And once again, the barbarians will have their field day. Who does not love dark ages?

  • [2] December 13, 2014 at 7:40am

    OK, the 44 is called in mathematics “equation normalization” for those that may be puzzled. It’s quite legitimate tool, for example in cosmology to create arbitrary epicycles to make things fit the theoretical consideration.

  • [2] December 13, 2014 at 4:16am

    BTW, Jenn is 4884. She likes things simple and symmetrical.

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