Subject: Re: SubGenius Nation

Author:(Sister Pammy of the Soil)

Email:$toxiccow@mind$pring.com

Date:1998/07/11

Forums:alt.slack

 

Steve Slack <Obnostic@erols.com> wrote:

>Yes, @reux, it took me THAT long and I was a $20 member who

>joined in '83!!

>

>See, I still believed that humans could change, and that

>they could help me in my Nameless Mission.

 

I sacrificed several years to that futile, fatal concept. Finally had

to kill myself to get better!

>

>Well they changed all right. THEY GOT WORSE!!

 

Television has not improved the human race--instead they've gotten

more sheeplike, and their bleating has taken on a particularly

universal tone.

>

>What pisses me off the most, besides the fact that I invented

>grunge music in '86 and was never credited for it, was that

>I went through all that self-doubt and self-pity before I

>finally realized that I WAS RIGHT ALL ALONG.

 

Of course you did, because to believe in other people's change as the

answer to your own life's longings only guarantees that you will NEVER

get what you want. And then you have to spend time asking yourself why

you spent all that other time setting yourself up for a BAD TIME.

(Time, time, hear the bells chime...). We yetis should have been born

free and wild, but since we hatch out into humanity's domain we have

to fight like hell to get a space to call our own. Hang in there!

 

SPOTS

 

Re: SubGenius Nation

 

Author:$ $pring.com (Sister Pammy of the Soil)

Email:$toxiccow@mind$pring.com

Date:1998/07/11

Forums:alt.slack

 

Steve Slack <Obnostic@erols.com> wrote:

 

>Yes, @reux, it took me THAT long and I was a $20 member who

>joined in '83!!

>

>See, I still believed that humans could change, and that

>they could help me in my Nameless Mission.

 

I sacrificed several years to that futile, fatal concept. Finally had

to kill myself to get better!

>

>Well they changed all right. THEY GOT WORSE!!

 

Television has not improved the human race--instead they've gotten

more sheeplike, and their bleating has taken on a particularly

universal tone.

>

>What pisses me off the most, besides the fact that I invented

>grunge music in '86 and was never credited for it, was that

>I went through all that self-doubt and self-pity before I

>finally realized that I WAS RIGHT ALL ALONG.

 

Of course you did, because to believe in other people's change as the

answer to your own life's longings only guarantees that you will NEVER

get what you want. And then you have to spend time asking yourself why

you spent all that other time setting yourself up for a BAD TIME.

(Time, time, hear the bells chime...). We yetis should have been born

free and wild, but since we hatch out into humanity's domain we have

to fight like hell to get a space to call our own. Hang in there!

 

SPOTS