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Psychic Warfare Department

A Study on the Human Condition and other Horrors

Beastilality
Happiness Achieved
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If you have the misfortune of being a heterosexual male then you have never been, nor will you ever be, truly loved. You may be a provider, a protector, a possession or a pet. You may be a sex object, a trophy, or a security blanket. But that's it. That's as far you'll ever get. And the moment - the moment - you exit the stage it will be as if you never existed.

Field Test
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Have you ever gone 24 hours without speaking a single word to another human being?

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Nothing like a near death experience to start your day off right. Let me tell ya, suffocation is a scary experience.
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New idea for my list of "Best cover songs that were never done":

Fields of Nephilim covering Pink Floyd's "Yet Another Movie."

(This list includes such ideas as Skinny Puppy doing cover of Blue Oyster Cult's "Veteran of the Psychic Wars" and Switchblade Symphony covering Billy Idol's "Eyes without a Face.")
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Reality is terrifying.
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Despite all their sinister overtones, in the end conspiracy theories are actually subconsciously comforting. The reason for this is that the common denominator of every conspiracy theory is that somewhere, hidden from view, is a mastermind. Someone who is secretly in control of everything. Someone with a plan. A goal. An objective to mold things into a certain form whether we like it or not. Lunatics are allowed to do their lunatic things only because they are secretly allowed to do so by the mastermind to further their goal.

As terrifying as that may seem on the surface, consider the alternative: That there is no conspiracy. There is no mastermind. There is no one secretly in control. There is no plan. There is no goal. There are no objectives. We truly are living in a state of complete anarchy in which lunatics run around doing lunatic things for entirely lunatic reasons and no one can stop them. The alternative is total anarchy. A large mass of people doing stupid, evil, and destructive things simply because they really are short-sighted, brainwashed, or just plain greedy.

We know that the latter is true, yet part of us secretly wish the former was true, because at least then the world makes a little bit of sense. There is a comfort in conspiracy theories. It brings a feeling of order to the chaos around us.

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Whenever someone starts pipping up about the importance of "States' Rights," in particular the idea of "State Rights > Federal Power" I would like to direct their attention to the history of the Reconstruction. In particular the role of Andrew Johnson in this fiasco by his emphasis on protecting state rights... which in turn allowed for the now infamous Jim Crow laws and a legacy of unsolved racism that permeates the South to this very day over 140 years later.

Devil's Bargain
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The problem with coolness, as a lifestyle choice, is thus: One must always maintain the air of being in control of everything, at all times. The irony is that the person doing this effectively becomes a slave to this very image. The moment they show any weakness the spell is broken, forever. So they end up living their lives under this facade of invincibility while the person underneath is slowly ground down to nothing because they can never let themselves call for a time-out.

Origins of the Feces
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Back in 2005 a software company called Lionhead Studios released a game called "The Movies." It was a machinima engine at it's heart, and since YouTube wasn't invented yet the studio hosted their own website for videos made with this game. One of the top 10 most popular videos ever produced was a surprisingly lengthy comedy sketch by a group of German players. Right from the start there was, for no apparent reason, a horse thrown into a scene. One of the narrators piped "Why is there a horse here?" and the other responded with, "Who cares? I'm a horse!" and later "Fuck logic, I'm a horse, I'll do whatever I want!"

In the comments this joke was repeated many, many times by people. The community quickly turned it into a running gag and the "horse joke" soon became a staple of many comedy routines made by many people who would insert it into their own videos at seemingly random and pointless junctures.

Eventually Lionhead studios went out of business, the website was taken down and all of it's content lost forever. The community, now disbanded, has long since spread the horse joke around to everything else they've come into contact with, and eventually it became popularized simply in itself. Today it is mostly used by people have no idea as to it's true origins.
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Apropos.
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In Chinese Astrology, 2017 is the year of the fire rooster.

So yes, we can correctly say that Donald Trump became president in the year of the flaming cock.
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Consistancy.
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Since our new president is so very motivated at keeping shady immigrants from stealing American jobs, I look forward to watching him start cracking down on mail-order brides. We're all getting pretty sick of watching all these East European whores sleaze their way into our country just by digging their claws into the first wealthy idiot they can find and popping out a few anchor babies of dubious genetic quality. They don't work, they don't produce anything and they contribute nothing value, all while sucking up and wasting absurd amounts of money on trivial garbage like clothing and jewelry. I, for one, look forward to watching Mr.Trump taking a stand against this detestable loophole in our immigration laws that lets this worthless trash flood across our borders. Are you with me Mr.Trump?
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