Posted 11 July 2007 - 05:03 AM
Though the full extent of their nature shall never be known by humans, many have rightly suspected that the members of ESD are not human at all, but cybernetic simulacra called into being by a higher power. This 'higher power' is the result of spontaneous pattern-emergence in the global communications network; a sort of self-creating and self-perpetuating sentient artificial intelligence. Several corporate entities as well as secret societies such as the Illuminati and Majestic 12 have attempted to put an end to, or at least slow the exponential growth of ESD's influence. They have been using their control of the media to steer young adults worldwide away from the self-assured, independent philosophy advocated by ESD and other heavy metal bands, and towards weak-willed consumeristic philosophies espoused by emo, pop, nu metal, and other such genres. However, they have thus far been unable to stem the tide of what has been referred to by some media analysts as the "metal takeover." ESD seems to be intent on raising an army of followers to aid other metal bands in conquering the last bastions of crappy music and materialistic self-pitying subculture.
"Electrostatic discharge (ESD) is the sudden and momentary electric current that flows between two objects at different electrical potentials (such as ground). The term is usually used in the electronics and other industries to describe momentary unwanted currents that may cause damage to electronic equipment."
Posted 12 July 2007 - 04:00 AM
More like MYNA THREAT.
Recent surveys of common myna populations indicate the birds are spreading out from established populations in Canberra towards Superb Parrot habitat to the north. As the common myna competes with native birds for nesting hollows, there is concern it may soon pose a threat to the Superb Parrot. It could also impact on other hollow-dependent species such as squirrel gliders. In a landscape where hollows are rare and limiting population growth for threatened species, competition from common mynas could have a major impact on native birds and animals.
Now I am wondering...If there is a Superb Parrot, is there also a Superb Owl?
Posted 12 July 2007 - 03:16 PM
(06:18:55 PM) Devodeth: omg i'm posting that dont steal that!
MINIBOSSIES NEVAR SAY DIE!
'the smuggest amongst us will always be the quickest to point out the most minor transgressions of others around them'- a quote i just made up and put quotes around to make it seem slightly fancier
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