Intellect

Sydney, Australia

#505 Sep 19, 2012
Ben

Australia

#506 Sep 19, 2012
Chiken-salad sandwich and a weak as water coffee.
Intellect

Bangor, Australia

#508 Oct 2, 2012
Grid Box the Original wrote:
<quoted text>
Nope that was an imitator
LOL Careful ;)
Intellect

Bangor, Australia

#509 Oct 2, 2012
Speaking of A Team - 2day Celebrations are ON!!! oh yeah *smiles

Yesterday sparkles song came on at the shopping center!(In Sync) lol
Grid Box

Sydney, Australia

#510 Oct 2, 2012
Intellect wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL Careful ;)
Even though I dont know who you are but you maybe familiar with
angry posters with anger problems. Here are some tips:

Tips, Techniques & Signs to look for in Angry People. How to keep anger Under Control & Ignoring their rants.

Do they have a short fuse or find themselves getting into frequent arguments and fights? Anger is a normal, healthy emotion, but when chronic, explosive anger spirals out of control, it can have serious consequences for their relationships, their health, and their state of mind. With insight about the REAL reasons for their anger and these anger management tools, you can learn to keep their temper from hijacking your life.

If you know someone who is struggling with "out-of-control anger" you may be wondering why their fuse is so short. Anger problems often stem from what they have learned as a child. If they watched others in their family scream, hit each other, or throw things, they might think this is how anger is supposed to be expressed. Traumatic events and high levels of stress can make them more susceptible to anger as well.
Anger is often a cover-up for other feelings.

In order to get their needs met and express their anger in appropriate ways, they need to be in touch with what they are really feeling. Are they truly angry? Or is their anger masking other feelings such as embarrassment, insecurity, hurt, shame, or vulnerability?

If their knee-jerk response in many situations is anger, it is very likely that their temper is covering up their true feelings and needs. This is especially likely if they grew up in a family where expressing feelings was strongly discouraged. As an adult, you may have a hard time acknowledging feelings other than anger.

While they might feel that they just explode into anger without warning, in fact, there are physical warning signs in their body. Anger is a normal physical response. It fuels the “fight or flight” system of the body, and the angrier they get, the more their body goes into overdrive. Becoming aware of their own personal signs that their temper is starting to boil allows them to take steps to manage their anger before it gets out of control.

Hope this helps

From Evil Grid Box :)
Intellect

Sydney, Australia

#511 Oct 3, 2012
Grid Box wrote:
<quoted text>
Even though I dont know who you are but you maybe familiar with
angry posters with anger problems. Here are some tips:
Tips, Techniques & Signs to look for in Angry People. How to keep anger Under Control & Ignoring their rants.
Do they have a short fuse or find themselves getting into frequent arguments and fights? Anger is a normal, healthy emotion, but when chronic, explosive anger spirals out of control, it can have serious consequences for their relationships, their health, and their state of mind. With insight about the REAL reasons for their anger and these anger management tools, you can learn to keep their temper from hijacking your life.
If you know someone who is struggling with "out-of-control anger" you may be wondering why their fuse is so short. Anger problems often stem from what they have learned as a child. If they watched others in their family scream, hit each other, or throw things, they might think this is how anger is supposed to be expressed. Traumatic events and high levels of stress can make them more susceptible to anger as well.
Anger is often a cover-up for other feelings.
In order to get their needs met and express their anger in appropriate ways, they need to be in touch with what they are really feeling. Are they truly angry? Or is their anger masking other feelings such as embarrassment, insecurity, hurt, shame, or vulnerability?
If their knee-jerk response in many situations is anger, it is very likely that their temper is covering up their true feelings and needs. This is especially likely if they grew up in a family where expressing feelings was strongly discouraged. As an adult, you may have a hard time acknowledging feelings other than anger.
While they might feel that they just explode into anger without warning, in fact, there are physical warning signs in their body. Anger is a normal physical response. It fuels the “fight or flight” system of the body, and the angrier they get, the more their body goes into overdrive. Becoming aware of their own personal signs that their temper is starting to boil allows them to take steps to manage their anger before it gets out of control.
Hope this helps
From Evil Grid Box :)
LOL Hilarious.
Intellect

Sydney, Australia

#512 Oct 3, 2012
In deep man voice "Yo scatter brain....You so fake barbie will be jealous" lol
Nazi Wolf

Australia

#513 Oct 3, 2012
This song is about so much more than drugs or some trip to Morocco in an alcoholic bliss…

"a traveler of both time and space"
"sit with elders of the gentle race"
"They talk of days for which they sit and wait and all will be revealed"
"And my eyes fill with sand, as I scan this wasted land
Trying to find, trying to find where I’ve been."
"I’ve been flying, ain’t no denyin’, no denyin’"

Kashmir is the principal point of conflict, a tiny nation in dispute between Pakistan and India.
The history of this area, once the great Rama empire, is what made Robert Oppenheimer say the now famous words
and I qoute from Wikipedia...As Los Alamos director J. Robert Oppenheimer watched the demonstration, he later said that a line from the Hindu scripture the Bhagavad Gita came to mind:
"I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds"

"This wasted land" is so because of a nuclear war fought there 5000 years ago.
Recorded in their ancient records, along with hundreds of different types of flying machines, both terrestrial and interstellar, is a war so devastating between a "gentle race" of spiritual people and a materialistic race of "war mongers" bent on world domination that it destroyed both sides.
Sound familiar? History repeats itself to the doom of those who refuse to learn from it.

Great Britain gave back this area in 1947, aprox. Half to the Muslims (Pakistan) and half to the Hindus (India)
Kashmir is in between them both and in dispute.
It is currently again one of the world's most likely places for nuclear war to erupt...and just a small example of how religion is used as a tool in the hands of those who would bring the world again to the brink of annihilation.

For this classic often unconsciously misunderstood contemporarily relevant song see below link:

Intellect

Rozelle, Australia

#514 Oct 3, 2012
Nazi Wolf wrote:
This song is about so much more than drugs or some trip to Morocco in an alcoholic bliss…
"a traveler of both time and space"
"sit with elders of the gentle race"
"They talk of days for which they sit and wait and all will be revealed"
"And my eyes fill with sand, as I scan this wasted land
Trying to find, trying to find where I’ve been."
"I’ve been flying, ain’t no denyin’, no denyin’"
Kashmir is the principal point of conflict, a tiny nation in dispute between Pakistan and India.
The history of this area, once the great Rama empire, is what made Robert Oppenheimer say the now famous words
and I qoute from Wikipedia...As Los Alamos director J. Robert Oppenheimer watched the demonstration, he later said that a line from the Hindu scripture the Bhagavad Gita came to mind:
"I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds"
"This wasted land" is so because of a nuclear war fought there 5000 years ago.
Recorded in their ancient records, along with hundreds of different types of flying machines, both terrestrial and interstellar, is a war so devastating between a "gentle race" of spiritual people and a materialistic race of "war mongers" bent on world domination that it destroyed both sides.
Sound familiar? History repeats itself to the doom of those who refuse to learn from it.
Great Britain gave back this area in 1947, aprox. Half to the Muslims (Pakistan) and half to the Hindus (India)
Kashmir is in between them both and in dispute.
It is currently again one of the world's most likely places for nuclear war to erupt...and just a small example of how religion is used as a tool in the hands of those who would bring the world again to the brink of annihilation.
For this classic often unconsciously misunderstood contemporarily relevant song see below link:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =sfR_HWMzgycXX
Do you think India will ever be one again?
Intellect

Rozelle, Australia

#515 Oct 4, 2012
The hardest knots to untie are the ones you dont see.
Nazi Wolf

Australia

#516 Oct 4, 2012
Intellect wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you think India will ever be one again?
I am honoured by you're response...

My humble response is I hope so Brother, but hey what do I know...

What may be needed is a great leader. I think a great leader can make a nation whole/ one, but they take time to come and must come at the right time. BUT mark my words,'...they do come'. Any glance at history shows us this and with close to a billion people their chould be one there coming soon.

I believe that history has also shown the human spirit, hearts and minds is a formidable and invinsible force. I use to blindly believe that technology and domination reigned supreme, though it only fuels the fire in people and make the conquer become complaicant and dynamically handicapped.

India are a peaceful people, not like Europeans (including me). However most biblical scriptures you read, dosent matter which ones, speak of the use of justifyable holy warriors. India's recent aquisition of Intercontinental Ballistic Nuclear Missiles (ICMS) therefore puts it it good stead!

My only issue is Western Jewish infiltration of India through trade.

Yes I believe in National Socialist ideolodies, but only some. Indians' are among some of the nicest, down to earth people I have met! Australian's give them hell, like they did to my Mum and Dad when they came here from Europe in 1960. One day that may all change, in fact given history repeats itself it probably will...:)
Intellect

Pyrmont, Australia

#517 Oct 4, 2012
Nazi Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
I am honoured by you're response...
My humble response is I hope so Brother, but hey what do I know...
What may be needed is a great leader. I think a great leader can make a nation whole/ one, but they take time to come and must come at the right time. BUT mark my words,'...they do come'. Any glance at history shows us this and with close to a billion people their chould be one there coming soon.
I believe that history has also shown the human spirit, hearts and minds is a formidable and invinsible force. I use to blindly believe that technology and domination reigned supreme, though it only fuels the fire in people and make the conquer become complaicant and dynamically handicapped.
India are a peaceful people, not like Europeans (including me). However most biblical scriptures you read, dosent matter which ones, speak of the use of justifyable holy warriors. India's recent aquisition of Intercontinental Ballistic Nuclear Missiles (ICMS) therefore puts it it good stead!
My only issue is Western Jewish infiltration of India through trade.
Yes I believe in National Socialist ideolodies, but only some. Indians' are among some of the nicest, down to earth people I have met! Australian's give them hell, like they did to my Mum and Dad when they came here from Europe in 1960. One day that may all change, in fact given history repeats itself it probably will...:)
Your welcome.

When I first posted on Topix I was wondering why there were so many posts directed at Tamil people etc I was like huh????
With the scriptures I always thought the wars mentioned in it were wars of present tense & the brief explaination of why it started.

So my interpretation is that it isnt encouraging holy warriors rather it is metaphorically explaining the difference between the two evils. You probably have a better understanding of it than me.

People today still get confused on what "Jew" "Hebrew" "Israelite" "Semite" "Gentile" etc & the following religions "Christianity" "Muslim" "Roman Catholic" "Hindu" etc are.....

You also have "mythology - myth & legends" chucked in there & you have confusion. I dont believe in UFOs & Aliens so its pretty much a case of what the hell is this all about?..?

:)
Nazi Wolf

Australia

#518 Oct 4, 2012
Jewish greed and infiltration onto Australia, has changed Austrlia into segregated migrant groups living the poisonous self destructive Jewish dream. These Australians' saw it in 1982



DOWNUNDER- Men at Work, 1982

A lot of people don't actually know the meaning of this song but colin hay was born in scotland and emigrated to australia, and to him, australia was an amazing country with a unique lifestyle but he also felt that greed and development were changing what australia was all about which is the meaning behind the lyrics "and men plunder". Most aussies probably only know the lyrics to the chorus so they miss this important meaning in this song and just see it as a patriotic which is a common misconception.

It's meant to be a light hearted take on aussie culture and lifestyle, the "kombi van", the vegemite, drinking beer until you "chunder" (vomit) followed by drinking more beer. colin used lots of aussie slang to capture the aussie culture, but .this song was meant to be about more than that, and how greed was creeping in and changing things. A point that many australians don't even realise.
Read more at http://www.songmeanings.net/songs/view/16522/...
Intellect

Pyrmont, Australia

#519 Oct 4, 2012
"Unity" & "Equality"

Both words SEEM the same. But the meaning is parallel to each other.
Intellect

Pyrmont, Australia

#520 Oct 4, 2012
Intellect wrote:
<quoted text>
Your welcome.
When I first posted on Topix I was wondering why there were so many posts directed at Tamil people etc I was like huh????
With the scriptures I always thought the wars mentioned in it were wars of present tense & the brief explaination of why it started.
So my interpretation is that it isnt encouraging holy warriors rather it is metaphorically explaining the difference between the two evils. You probably have a better understanding of it than me.
People today still get confused on what "Jew" "Hebrew" "Israelite" "Semite" "Gentile" etc & the following religions "Christianity" "Islam" "Roman Catholic" - Beliefs "Hindism" etc are.....
You also have "mythology - myth & legends" chucked in there & you have confusion. I dont believe in UFOs & Aliens so its pretty much a case of what the hell is this all about?..?
:)
^^
Messed up the meanings above. Reading too much topix threads, still half asleep LOL...

Irony.
Nazi Wolf

Australia

#521 Oct 6, 2012
Intellect wrote:
<quoted text>
Your welcome.
When I first posted on Topix I was wondering why there were so many posts directed at Tamil people etc I was like huh????
With the scriptures I always thought the wars mentioned in it were wars of present tense & the brief explaination of why it started.
So my interpretation is that it isnt encouraging holy warriors rather it is metaphorically explaining the difference between the two evils. You probably have a better understanding of it than me.
People today still get confused on what "Jew" "Hebrew" "Israelite" "Semite" "Gentile" etc & the following religions "Christianity" "Muslim" "Roman Catholic" "Hindu" etc are.....
You also have "mythology - myth & legends" chucked in there & you have confusion. I dont believe in UFOs & Aliens so its pretty much a case of what the hell is this all about?..?
:)
OK. I dont know allot about Tamil religion. Although I have read some of the posts directed toward the Tamil people.
I more meant that Kashmir is an ancient land that use to rule and has been oppressed for years, which is wrong.

I believe evil begets evil, but the Jew is the evil of all evils.
Intellect

Sydney, Australia

#522 Oct 9, 2012
Nazi Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
OK. I dont know allot about Tamil religion. Although I have read some of the posts directed toward the Tamil people.
I more meant that Kashmir is an ancient land that use to rule and has been oppressed for years, which is wrong.
I believe evil begets evil, but the Jew is the evil of all evils.
You are right Kashmir should not be oppressed.
Intellect

Sydney, Australia

#523 Oct 9, 2012
I find it interesting that every culture in the world has mythology - myth & legends.

All myths & legends talk about how earth was made & the interaction between mythology deities & the first humans during ancient times BC. Europe, Asia, Africa & South Pacific all have mythology.
Intellect

Sydney, Australia

#524 Oct 9, 2012
In high school a chick in art class confessed that she was afraid of death/dying. At the time I was thinking "wtf"? Who in their right mind thinks of death when they are living? I guess she did bring up a good topic but I think she was way too young to be in fear of death at such a young age.

To me death is something people should think about when everything around them is obsolete. Until then who cares?
Intellect

Ashfield, Australia

#525 Oct 11, 2012
Intellect wrote:
I find it interesting that every culture in the world has mythology - myth & legends.
All myths & legends talk about how earth was made & the interaction between mythology deities & the first humans during ancient times BC. Europe, Asia, Africa & South Pacific all have mythology.
The Americas was founded during the era called 'The New World'

Good time to look at a timeline on history. Its been a long time since I opened up a book about ancient history BC.

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