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  • wakinyans

    Hi ! Thank you for the add and the curiosity :) drop us a line with your listening experience feedback whenever you feel like *

    23 Jul 16h46 Responder
  • hibernatus

    Thank You too :>

    17 Jul 8h41 Responder
  • madamecp

    Oh, we don't live in Kansas (Jellies Forbid). Cnidarians are everywhere... It'd hardly be Properly Disorganised of us to be in one place and have a remote clue of what all of the others are doing. ;) The originating hometown of Cnidaria is Denver, Colorado, which has the misfortune of being connected to Kansas at one border, BUT we (Colorado) had the first legal retail marijuana sales in the US here recently. And in Denver itself it was least punishable before it was legal. The sad fact is that Kansas stole 2 Cnidarians last year, because no one wanting to live there makes it cheap, and that's why some of us are launching occasional invasions into that state recently. On one hand this is a tragedy, OTOH they're in Kansas City, the opposite end of Kansas from where we are, and that makes pincer attacks against the entire state reasonably easy. (However, Handy Cnidarian Booklets do turn up in random places and hotel bible drawers in Kansas & do therefore get seen there.)

    18 Jan 0h22 Responder
  • madamecp

    That recent discussion was archived here (I hope you don't mind): http://www.netonecom.net/pipermail/cpaod-discuss/2014-January/000054.html I'm pondering using it somewhere else, but of course I won't include you without permission. The above link is reasonably harmless because it's a mailing list that keeps disappearing and suddenly started working again a few days ago. No one would notice anything there. ;)

    17 Jan 19h05 Responder
  • madamecp

    Um, yes, after the horrible thought paths that come with thinking about primates evolving, I needed to be thankful that I live in the mile high city of Denver instead of the deprived and pitiful state of Kansas... I tend to want to hope that time isn't quite circular enough for my sheer stupidity in not hitting the computer's power button in a panic the second primates evolved (it's not like I didn't know better) to be the root of all evils. But I know there is the possibility that I am in denial and shirking responsibility. I am mere human scum, after all. All I can say is that I'm trying really hard to repent for anything I may have done and, of course, for simply being human (as should we all). It's definitely the case that Daily Mail is part of the anti-Cnidarian Conspiracy, and they probably even post articles about it being a bad thing when Jellyfish attack nuclear power plants so they can increase support for anti-Jellyfish drones.

    13 Dez 2013 Responder
  • madamecp

    (3) The regular Jellies that were left behind were simply being Jellies floating in the waters and lagoons, and were no less devastated by the unexpected turn of primate evolution events than any other life on the planet. So people can choose to believe slander from Daily Mail, or they can choose to believe the sequence version (and the absolute tentacles-off-ness of the Space Jellies in the human disease that transpired after the departure) that I beheld while playing a computer game on acid. I know which one I find more credible!

    13 Dez 2013 Responder
  • madamecp

    (2) So I was playing SimEarth for the 1st time, gnawing my way through a sheet of acid to pull my head somewhat together, and the Jellyfish saw fit to send me Divine Messages through this computer game. It was a good game. Radiates evolved and everything was a tropical Jellyfish paradise, as it should be. Barely anything in the way of war, pollution, famine, etc. All was peachy. Eventually the evolved Jellies that became Space Jellies developed nanotech and took off to the stars. This is how the game is won, but you can continue playing... and I did... which was a mistake. Next, primates evolved. Suddenly war, pollution, disease, and famine were rampant in the preserve once dominated by Jellyfish. My great game was destroyed. So I quit the game thinking "God, that's just typical of humans". Obviously the Jellies had rather assumed things would continue running smoothly after they left... But, no, humans happened. So it went.

    13 Dez 2013 Responder
  • madamecp

    (1) Good timing, anyway, since I'm just sitting around listening to music and making stupid comments at the moment. I don't believe a word that comes out of Daily Mail, but considering some of their other vicious smears I'm not surprised that they've stooped to blaming the Jellyfish for human trash. Screw 'em. Obviously if we came from Jellyfish it was a random mistake that happened after the Space Jellies turned their backs. And I have a story to prove it! Now, this was just a random coincidence of timing and had nothing to do with the formation of the First Church of Cnidaria... but it did happen right around the same time as I formed the Church and sent around the first literature. In the early 90s I was recovering from a bad tumble with a close friend who decided to kill himself on heroin and speed, because, y'know, life amongst humans sucks and he was a decent sensitive person. SimEarth had just been released and was a good distraction...

    13 Dez 2013 Responder
  • micheolo

    :) greetings from italy

    1 Nov 2013 Responder
  • madamecp

    Yes, they should teach axing Barbies and TVs in school... Unfortunately you can't even chew poptarts into gun shape or draw cartoon bombs in school anymore in the crazy country I live in... I'm glad it is easy to see the beauty of St. Klock's beard sacrifice, this seems to be lost on SOME people who feel he deserves an apology for the misunderstanding. St. Klock disagrees, and also appreciated the expression of your sentiment (he's DreAmeoba, but there's a conspiracy to keep him from replying... failed attempts to retrieve password... I suspect someone caused his recently out of use email address to be the one registered here...). I was recently trekking across Kansas, spreading the Good Word of our lack of salvation (amidst their endless rows of anti-abortion signs). They really need it there, people get long arrest records for such silly little things as small amounts of marijuana. *sigh* *people*

    30 Out 2013 Responder
  • madamecp

    Some hecticness has resulted from the news that anti-Cnidarian drones are being developed. http://gawker.com/now-we-are-deploying-swarms-of-autonomous-robots-to-kil-1440809927?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+gawker%2Ffull+%28Gawker%29 Clearly it's time to riot! As for hair loss pomp, some examples... As you can see from the bottom left photo http://cyberpsychos.netonecom.net/death-equinox/de99/gallery99.html St. Stadt willingly offered his body (hairs) for The Ritual for Rebirth. St. Klock lost his beard because we got confused and thought he'd chosen to worship linoleum. It was a misunderstanding. *shrug* These things happen. http://cyberpsychos.netonecom.net/cnidaria/sermons/borgoplex.html Most of the time we simply do normal things like chop up TVs and Barbies with the Sacred Axe. But grandly. With much pomp and flying debris. PS: We're compiling an ebook about The Conspiracy to Silence Cnidarians. Please do get in touch if you have any info!

    6 Out 2013 Responder
  • madamecp

    Sorry for the delay, been hectic. I expect the same Mormon Feds who tried to silence Cnidarians Against Drones were responsible for the missing Shout. However, the Basilica's Psicorp is always a possibility. I, too, sometimes enjoy the spectacle of pomp & ceremony, but... out of fearful respect for the talents of that entity, I choose the Episcopalian Cathedral when I have sudden pompomonious whims. I can always hear the Basilica's Psicorp whispering in my mind: "Get baptised! Confess! Repent Cnidaria!", but it just ain't gonna happen. Cnidaria has a pomp, too... We sometimes shave entire bodies or cut beards off with axes. *shrug* The usual.

    4 Out 2013 Responder
  • Wialenove

    Thank you very much for you message. I am really glad you like my music and also the music from our label. I have to admit we do not release a lot of stuff nowadys but when we do it is good. You might also like to know all my bandcamp releases are now available fo free in any format you like here: http://wialenove.bandcamp.com/

    29 Set 2013 Responder
  • ret567

    Parakalw! :-)

    16 Set 2013 Responder
  • zastranienie

    Greetings from Belgrade

    11 Set 2013 Responder
  • surferrosa65

    yess! so isses!

    6 Set 2013 Responder
  • surferrosa65

    cheerio! schön zu sehen, dass die musikalische übereinstimmung auch mit profundo_nero sehr hoch ist!

    6 Set 2013 Responder
  • surferrosa65

    thanx for the add. you´ve got an awesome library! :)

    6 Set 2013 Responder
  • larvalab

    Eulen nach Athen tragen. so you've got the benefit number ;-)

    1 Set 2013 Responder
  • larvalab

    I hope you'll make it.greets back and take care of your owls ;-)

    1 Set 2013 Responder
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“To work and create 'for nothing', to sculpture in clay, to know that one's creation has no future, to see one's work destroyed in a day while being aware that fundamentally this has no more importance than building for centuries - this is the difficult wisdom that absurd thought sanctions. Performing these two tasks simultaneously, negating on one hand and magnifying on the other, is the way open to the absurd creator. He must give the void its colors.”
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