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Stop posting about the "nobody"

 
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No.

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What is the nobody anyway?

I've seen all the threads coming and going, but it's numerous pages of bullcrap keeps me from even bothering to give it a gander.

Is it just some invention of the minds in here, or a real thing?
 Quoting: RoseTyler


It's like this:

You know the "Hitler Salute"? Well, it's Roman. But more than that, Rome got overrun/raped by Germanic hordes. So runelore and Rome, smelted and merged. We see this truth from WW2 symbology, and marketing.

So, like, if you do the salute to Hitler or whomever, you become "somebody". Does that make sense? I mean to say that if you do the salute (Stalin used a sort of "hello!" salute, but same idea), well then, you become somebody. You are somebody "heiling!". For example of this, just note the fervor in the eyes of people who are filmed "heiling" or saluting.

Well, see, this thing I'm talking about, is key to understanding the nobody meme power. Because, the essential question is "How does one become/remain somebody, as opposed to how one becomes/remains nobody?"

Well, I probably haven't explained it well, but I will respond if you like.

QUESTIONS: Let's say the leader has children. Are they "somebodys"? Or also for example, the stars of TV sitcoms who are children like the actor Gary Coleman. When he was a kid, was he "somebody"? Ok so then however you answer, the next logical question is, can the person in question 1, fail to become "somebody" if they are not that, when a child? And the same question applies to question 2, that is, if Gary Coleman begins to hate the Arnold Drummond TV persona, well, does he then forcibly become nobody?

I think he was a really cool dude, Gary Coleman. At the end he sat and enjoyed trains, he liked to watch them. Who can't relate to that? Trains take you where you want to go, someplace else. But he couldn't take a train to get away from the somebodieness of Arnold Drummond, the loveable, simple sketch of an inner city child.

Well, he's dead now. And you what? I think he became somebody special, once he became a "nobody". Because then he became real, or tried at least. Just a few thoughts on why I have spent time energizing the nobody meme. I like the idea that in the future, everyone sees "heiling" the leader as totally fucking gay. As gay as Mr. Drummond himself.
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As gay as Mr. Drummond himself.
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Think for a moment, if the TV had the guts, back in the day, to have an episode where Mr. Drummond "comes out".

Why, he might become a nobody! Well, he's rich and connected big time so he'd be fine, hell, the guy was allowed to adopt two small black boys! Wow!

Well anyway, the point is, that if he had outed himself as gay, would we then call him (the TV sketch of a man, I mean) would you, the TV viewer, then call him "somebody who was real"? Because I think we can all agree, if he didn't have the right friends, or support, his life would probably be ruined. They might even try to smear his relationship with his sons, whom he obviously loved enough to house, and clothe, and feed.

So, I guess my point is that even if, well, you know how shared bathrooms are, like at Penn State and such, it's fucking uncomfortable at times if people are skulking about iand not walking loudly and you know, towels can drop and so forth. Damn. Well, I guess the concept of nobodyness or somebodyness is relative to the context. But still, I felt is was an important enough concept, that I have promoted it.

Well, it's almost as if nobody can be real these days. Almost.
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He/she is not going to read 37 pages of egotistical postings by the same ten asshats
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when it comes to "the nobody" all i see is stalkers and shit talkers.
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stalkers and bullshit talkers;.
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What is the nobody anyway?

I've seen all the threads coming and going, but it's numerous pages of bullcrap keeps me from even bothering to give it a gander.

Is it just some invention of the minds in here, or a real thing?
 Quoting: RoseTyler


It's like this:

You know the "Hitler Salute"? Well, it's Roman. But more than that, Rome got overrun/raped by Germanic hordes. So runelore and Rome, smelted and merged. We see this truth from WW2 symbology, and marketing.

So, like, if you do the salute to Hitler or whomever, you become "somebody". Does that make sense? I mean to say that if you do the salute (Stalin used a sort of "hello!" salute, but same idea), well then, you become somebody. You are somebody "heiling!". For example of this, just note the fervor in the eyes of people who are filmed "heiling" or saluting.

Well, see, this thing I'm talking about, is key to understanding the nobody meme power. Because, the essential question is "How does one become/remain somebody, as opposed to how one becomes/remains nobody?"

Well, I probably haven't explained it well, but I will respond if you like.

QUESTIONS: Let's say the leader has children. Are they "somebodys"? Or also for example, the stars of TV sitcoms who are children like the actor Gary Coleman. When he was a kid, was he "somebody"? Ok so then however you answer, the next logical question is, can the person in question 1, fail to become "somebody" if they are not that, when a child? And the same question applies to question 2, that is, if Gary Coleman begins to hate the Arnold Drummond TV persona, well, does he then forcibly become nobody?

I think he was a really cool dude, Gary Coleman. At the end he sat and enjoyed trains, he liked to watch them. Who can't relate to that? Trains take you where you want to go, someplace else. But he couldn't take a train to get away from the somebodieness of Arnold Drummond, the loveable, simple sketch of an inner city child.

Well, he's dead now. And you what? I think he became somebody special, once he became a "nobody". Because then he became real, or tried at least. Just a few thoughts on why I have spent time energizing the nobody meme. I like the idea that in the future, everyone sees "heiling" the leader as totally fucking gay. As gay as Mr. Drummond himself.
 Quoting: American1973 28226269


Right, okay. So, basically if you don't fall under the spell of a leader and follow their cause, and are only powered by ones own head - wants, likes etc - then you are nobody?

A leader can't lead without somebody following? So if you're not following you're nobody?

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What is the nobody anyway?

I've seen all the threads coming and going, but it's numerous pages of bullcrap keeps me from even bothering to give it a gander.

Is it just some invention of the minds in here, or a real thing?
 Quoting: RoseTyler


It's like this:

You know the "Hitler Salute"? Well, it's Roman. But more than that, Rome got overrun/raped by Germanic hordes. So runelore and Rome, smelted and merged. We see this truth from WW2 symbology, and marketing.

So, like, if you do the salute to Hitler or whomever, you become "somebody". Does that make sense? I mean to say that if you do the salute (Stalin used a sort of "hello!" salute, but same idea), well then, you become somebody. You are somebody "heiling!". For example of this, just note the fervor in the eyes of people who are filmed "heiling" or saluting.

Well, see, this thing I'm talking about, is key to understanding the nobody meme power. Because, the essential question is "How does one become/remain somebody, as opposed to how one becomes/remains nobody?"

Well, I probably haven't explained it well, but I will respond if you like.

QUESTIONS: Let's say the leader has children. Are they "somebodys"? Or also for example, the stars of TV sitcoms who are children like the actor Gary Coleman. When he was a kid, was he "somebody"? Ok so then however you answer, the next logical question is, can the person in question 1, fail to become "somebody" if they are not that, when a child? And the same question applies to question 2, that is, if Gary Coleman begins to hate the Arnold Drummond TV persona, well, does he then forcibly become nobody?

I think he was a really cool dude, Gary Coleman. At the end he sat and enjoyed trains, he liked to watch them. Who can't relate to that? Trains take you where you want to go, someplace else. But he couldn't take a train to get away from the somebodieness of Arnold Drummond, the loveable, simple sketch of an inner city child.

Well, he's dead now. And you what? I think he became somebody special, once he became a "nobody". Because then he became real, or tried at least. Just a few thoughts on why I have spent time energizing the nobody meme. I like the idea that in the future, everyone sees "heiling" the leader as totally fucking gay. As gay as Mr. Drummond himself.
 Quoting: American1973 28226269


Right, okay. So, basically if you don't fall under the spell of a leader and follow their cause, and are only powered by ones own head - wants, likes etc - then you are nobody?

A leader can't lead without somebody following? So if you're not following you're nobody?

scratching
 Quoting: RoseTyler


Yes, but its also about questions, not statements. Like, can you forcibly become nobody?

Like that guy John Perkins who wrote the book "Confessions of an Economic Hitman" ...Was he "Somebody" while he was that hit man? And when he outed his buddies and himself, did he then become "nobody"? Or did he become somebody who had courage, and therefore, somebody special?

So it's not about the answer, its about the question. Well, anyway, his book is a damn good read.
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Did you just not start a thread about something you wish to not hear about?

Seems like a foolish thing to do.
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Are all Canadians mentally challenged?
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