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|Introduction||Metal-Listener. Card Flourisher. Aspiring Philosopher. Selective Mugger. Ubermensch-to-be. Inspired by Dharma. Nihilist. The Almost Misanthrope. Yogini. Film Enthusiast. Into everything Occult and the Esotercism. Anti-Pretentious Social Situations. Anti-Religion. Anti-Normal. Observer of This Fucked-Up World. Autodidact. Philomath. Capricorn Cusp Aquarius. Leo Ascendent. Taurus Moon Sign. Economic Left/Right: -1.88 Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -2.05.|
|Interests||Mostly intellectual, that includes existenial philosophy, esotericism, politics, writing, languages, reading and film appreciation. Black Metal Music and its viking/folk derivatives, Card Flourishing, Black Metal musicians that committed suicide, Zazen Meditation, The Philosophy of Buddhism, Perfecting the Self, striving for Buddhanature, observing humanity and its absurdities, and refuting the claims of Creationists and Fudamentalists.|
|Favorite Movies||Film Noir, German Expressionism, Surrealism, Romanticism, David Lynch, Miike Takashi, Doppelherz, David Finch, Fritz Lang, F. W. Munrau, The Lives of Others, Spring Summer Fall Winter and Spring. Films that depicts the decadence of humanity. Films that provide a meditative transcendent experience.|
|Favorite Music||Black Metal, Viking/Folk Metal, Industrial Tanz Metal, Drone Doom Metal, Falkenbach, Dissection, (old) Dimmu Borgir, Cradle of Filth, Immortal, (old) Emperor, Satyricon I, Enisferum, Sunn o))), Nortt, Xasthur, Opeth, Rammstein, Pain, and the list goes on.|
|Favorite Books||Frank Herbert, Friedrich W. Nieztsche, Hermann Hesse, Douglas Adams, Steven Fernier Lee, George Orwell, Chuck Palahniuk, Dragonlance, Leopold Sacher-Mascho, Marquis De Sade, Howard Philip Lovecraft, Thich Nhat Hanh, The Dhammapada, Anne Rice, Marcus Aurelius, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Adolus Huxley, Clive Barker, Nicholas Burd, Orson Scott Card, Various Buddhism Texts, Oscar Wilde|
You're in the grocery store with a broken cart. How will you ever be that hungry?
When Subway closes down and the worldwide production of pasta comes to a screeching halt.