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Dashcon begs for money, attendees make it rain
07/15/14, 03:12

It's at times like this that you start to develop a respect for Anthrocon.
MUSIC from INNER EARTH coming from secret cave in Tibet.flv
07/14/14, 20:24

Namensverschwender
2 years ago

My realitycreation is impressive. Because my highest joy was playing videogames since I was 5. I played so much videogames with sounds and frequenzys similar to this, its kinda scary how I was always on this path. One of my greatest wishes was it to overcome human "limitations" as well. How everything is comming together, its kind of funny. xD
Twilight Sparkle Falls off Stage During Live Performance
07/14/14, 18:51

But 1st and 2nd Gen bronies have been doing that for years.

We're on Generation 4, smartpony.
Rob Zombie presents The Haunted World of Superbeasto (Complete)
07/14/14, 16:37

Well, I thought that scene was rather touching.

I don't remember Freebird ever being anything other than a dusty old record in my friend's dad's garage, but ever since The Devil's Rejects, I've had a newfound respect for it.
Dashcon: The Movie
07/14/14, 16:34

I thought that at first, too.

I was very disappointed. :(
The Dashcon Welcome to Night Vale live reading
07/14/14, 16:28

Well, the Soviet Union *wasn't* really Communist. The Soviet Union was a socialist state with messianic-Marxist overtones. Of course we can quibble about what "Communist" means, just as we can quibble about what "freemarket capitalism" means. If, to you, "Communist" means "Authoritarian-Socialist" and "freemarket" means a system that embraces Rooseveltian mercantilism and relies heavily on corporate welfare, nanny-state prohibitions on drugs and unrestricted intellectual-"property" use, and state-funded slave labor both at home and abroad, all while charging companies tax rates that are higher than Sweden's and generating a remarkably well-regulated business atmosphere that's managed to drive almost all of our work (besides WalMart) overseas to China, then that's fine. We need only agree on terms!

But I don't see why you seem to hell-bent on assuming that only "capitalists" acquire money. Marxist-Leninists acquired money, too, and loads of it; the telling difference here lies in the organizer's inability to recognize the self-interest of other economic actors (which is classical M-L thinking), and in their willingness to resort to fraud and to deny consumers their right to free choice (which fits with M-L thinking, and may or may not be "capitalist" depending on your definition, but is most certainly anti-Randian and, in the latter case, anti-freemarket)


Anyway, if it was *me* the convention organizers were after to give a speech, I'd probably do it free of charge. Particularly if they let me speak about My Little Pony! But that is because I'm used to a Spartan lifestyle, and I am informed by the Hacker ethic. Freedom and sharing is my choice; it is not "altruism" (or "coerced-charity") as defined by Ayn Rand. I am willing to undercut the competition and undervalue my public speaking services, although I am under no obligation to do so. I'd also like to point out that this was clearly a case of fraud and breach of contract; the organizers could have faced corrective action by the state, and I wouldn't have minded. (Assault, rape, fraud: these are the things the state can justly meet with coercive force) Or, better yet, the convention-goers themselves could have rioted and re-appropriated their wealth on their own terms! While I don't condone vigilantism, in some cases I think a return to a more informal, Viking-style common law approach to redress could be acceptable.
The Dashcon Welcome to Night Vale live reading
07/14/14, 15:24

Our problems aren't caused by "free" markets, they're caused by noncompetitive markets and an increasing over-estimation of the power of state regulatory bodies to fix these problems, when the state regulatory bodies are themselves controlled by the very same moneyed interests that anti-liberal rhetoric claims the state can provide a vanguard against. Threatening to shoot people who don't fall in line isn't actually a good solution, but it does illustrate where this sort of thinking leads, once the disillusionment sets in.

Anyway, the people operating this convention aren't good capitalists; they have no money, no way of delivering profits to investors, and they assume (wrongly) that everyone wants to work for free, on the owners' own terms. In lieu of actual products and services, they offer pizza, and appeals to emotion or some intangible commodity, like "community" or "pity for the victimized" (in this case, the victims are the organizers themselves). If anything, I'd say they're budding Marxist-Leninists, perhaps informed by the anarcho-libertarian Hacker ethos, but unaware that this ethos is not shared by everyone. To them, everything should be shared and given freely unto the state's representatives. But given another year and access to billions of dollars worth of tanks, bombs, and racist cops, I'm sure they'd get around to coercing the hell out of those greedy Night Vale kulaks.
Rob Zombie presents The Haunted World of Superbeasto (Complete)
07/14/14, 13:27

The trick is to pace yourself and think about baseball.
The Dashcon Welcome to Night Vale live reading
07/14/14, 13:26

That's a rather Randian way of putting it.
Brazillian Soccer fan breaks his TV
07/14/14, 12:14

I wonder what he did when the Germans destroyed his country?
Dashcon: The Movie
07/14/14, 11:29

I never really understood the appeal of Tumblr. It's a decent enough platform for multimedia blogging, I guess, but I've always found the layout to be a nightmare, and doing anything more than just aimlessly browsing random images to be more of a headache than it's worth. The quality of the discourse there is also pretty bad - in my experience, mostly just an endless, lonely echo chamber of "reblogs" and "likes". It know it's meant to be a shortform blogging tool, so I don't really expect Tumblr to be as engaging as LiveJournal or a "proper" online community like SA, but still. It's like Twitter with fewer words and more porn.

I've been thinking of getting a Tumblr account for artwork and stuff; does anyone here use it? Is it worth trying out, and if so, why?
Rob Zombie presents The Haunted World of Superbeasto (Complete)
07/14/14, 11:10

I'm a fan of his whole body of work, most recent live-action movies excluded. His early music and his art mostly, but I also enjoyed his microlabel, which specializes in a whole range of music (mostly rockabilly and surf). That was actually one of the only things that got and my long-estranged father to bond - dad was a major Greaser, used to do radio shows and ran a makeshift hostel for touring rockabilly bands. He bought a few psychobilly albums produced by Rob Zombie, which was nice. So I guess what I mean is, I'm not picky when it comes to soundtracks, and I already know I'm cool with his art style.

(although just going by what few clips I've seen, this looks more in line with stuff like Striperella or Korgoth of Barbaria than it does with Rob's "classic" Ratfink-Satanic trippyness? Anyway, I should really watch it before forming judgements)
Dashcon: The Movie
07/14/14, 10:20

There's a "Tumblr fandom"?
Rob Zombie presents The Haunted World of Superbeasto (Complete)
07/14/14, 09:45

Waaaay tappears at the oo many tit jokes.

So is it good? I still haven't seen it yet, partly on account of not having enough time, mostly on account of not wanting to ruin my fond memories of Mr Zombie, who - along with Oderus Urungus and Mike Judge - was one of the biggest positive influences of my childhood. As I mentioned in a previous video, I rather enjoyed the Superbeasto comic book series, but, while I did like House of 1000 Corpses, Mr Zombie's stab at Halloween left me profoundly dissatisfied, and combined with all that skateboarding drama, I think I'd rather just remember Rob as he was. But if you recommend it...?

I will say that, knowing Mr Zombie, smart references to B movies are bound to be a strong point. He's very PoMo like that! I'm still discovering sources for references made on his albums more than twenty years ago.
Bringing the best Centaur to the Fair
07/14/14, 05:13

Maybe if he found a way to draw the attention of neckbeard activists? Like he could say this costume is supposed to "generate discussion" about horse meat in burgers or something.
Twilight Sparkle Falls off Stage During Live Performance
07/13/14, 19:23

I do draw Fluttershy a lot, though.
Air Control: Try the best flight simulation in the history of computer games today!
07/13/14, 19:20

I love how smug and blatantly self-interested he is. "Well, if this video isn't going to go straight to the front page of Reddit, then what's the point of even making it? I ask myself this question many times." and later "Corporate sponsors built my computer. Maybe if I namedrop some more, they'll build me another one? Haha just kidding, here are my specs, peasants."

That's where I shut it off, so I'm sure there's more buried in there.
Twilight Sparkle Falls off Stage During Live Performance
07/13/14, 19:09

I don't know what you're on about. I only 'shop Rainbow Dash.
Johnny Test Whip Crack Cartoon Network Promo
07/13/14, 19:08

You seem to know an awful lot about children's cartoons.
Twilight Sparkle Falls off Stage During Live Performance
07/13/14, 17:15

Speaking of which:


http://xaxor.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Guys-shopped-with-pony-girlfriends-27.jpg

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