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The Thread of EVIL
April 4th 2004, 18:15 CEST by Bailey

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#1 by Matt Perkins
2004-04-04 18:19:19
wizardque@yahoo.com http://whatwouldmattdo.com/
So I click Yes, thinking this topic might be interesting...  But I don't know of any evil.  I can tell you of things I can't understand that I'd easily classify has horrible, but nothing I'd label as evil.

"...he related the story of how when they first put all the creature AI in place in Black & White, the hungry creature walked around in circles acting strange before they realized it was trying to eat itself. " - Peter on B&W
#2 by God
2004-04-04 18:22:32
Hail Satan.
#3 by BobJustBob
2004-04-04 18:35:00
I believe in God.

Dood.
#4 by Chunkstyle
2004-04-04 18:38:24
Other than the fact that I was an oldest child, and therefore tortured and tormented my brothers for well over a decade, I really don't do my evil myself.  Naughtiness & sin, yes.  Evil, no.

I have had evil ex-girlfriends, like the one who intentionally seduced my best friend, so that I would catch her giving him head when I walked in our apartment.  Or the one who dumped me for a farmer/janitor/Spock ear wearing Star Trek fan, married him, murdered him (allegedly), then gave my description to the police.

But for the most part, my life has been relatively evil-free.  I've seen cruel people, and mean people, but very few evil people.  Good for me.

Life is full of misery, loneliness, and suffering - and it's all over much too soon.
 -Woody Allen
#5 by BobJustBob
2004-04-04 18:44:10
One of my exes used to read my email and delete ones she didn't like. That's pretty evil.

Dood.
#6 by gaggle
2004-04-04 18:52:52
Thinking...
#7 by gaggle
2004-04-04 18:53:00
I've read Bastard Operator From Hell. He's pretty evil.
#8 by mister_slim
2004-04-04 18:56:54
ign.com is evil. Every once in a while I'm tricked into going there, knowing the entire site is uninformative, badly written and useless. And every time, each page I load causes my browser to hang for about thirty seconds. Why? What are they doing? Are they using java to load some proprietary plugin which exists only to show a two meg flash ad? No other site does this. And when I do get to the article, half the time it ends with "We'll bring you further coverage as the story develops." Isn't that a given? Are they implying followup information for stories without that sentence will be ignored? "We'd like to tell you the breaking news about Halo 2, but we forgot to foreshadow it. Check Gamespot."

Turn back now.
#9 by mister_slim
2004-04-04 18:58:29
I forgot: Question marks are evil, too.

Turn back now.
#10 by gaggle
2004-04-04 19:11:04
But at least you're not bitter.
#11 by zimbardo_ugly
2004-04-04 19:20:28
zimbardo_ugly@hotmail.com
As long as we are sharing our impressions of "evil", I got this URL some time ago. It is a medical textbook example of a child's disease (referred to as "Harlequin fetus"), so you most certainly <b>do not</b> want to click the link I'll provide at the end.

It is funny (not literally) how there is no way people can express their vision of concentrated wrong - no better (as in: worse) way to paint the cliche that is the face of Satan and the colloquial horror than nature has already found using a newborn baby as a canvas. So, what does that tell us about our established imagery of evil? Oh, and do. Not. Click.

"Warez non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem"
#12 by Dumdeedum
2004-04-04 19:46:21
http://www.dumdeedum.com
Bob
One of my exes used to read my email and delete ones she didn't like. That's pretty evil.

You dated a spam filter?

I am curious as you how you found out and what happened when you did though.  I wouldn't even tolerate someone else reading my mail, but the audacity to censor someone else's just boggles the mind.  I'd have dumped her on the spot, with extreme prejudice.  Did she attempt to justify it at all?

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#13 by Sgt Hulka
2004-04-04 19:50:01
The girl is crafty like ice is cold!

#14 by BobJustBob
2004-04-04 20:00:50
I am curious as you how you found out and what happened when you did though.  I wouldn't even tolerate someone else reading my mail, but the audacity to censor someone else's just boggles the mind.  I'd have dumped her on the spot, with extreme prejudice.  Did she attempt to justify it at all?


She was an ex at the time, too. This was after we broke up. As I recall, a friend we had in common later told me about it, after it had stopped.

Dood.
#15 by Marsh Davies
2004-04-04 20:02:09
www.verbalchilli.com
I tried to attack someone with a claw hammer once whilst having a psychotic episode induced by anti-malarial drugs. I'm not sure that's evil but it certainly wasn't very nice.

#16 by Duality
2004-04-04 20:16:00
Dualipuff@yahoo.com http://stratoscape.ath.cx/
#15 Marsh Davies
I tried to attack someone with a claw hammer once whilst having a psychotic episode induced by anti-malarial drugs. I'm not sure that's evil but it certainly wasn't very nice.

I don't think I can look at you the same, ever again!
#17 by Bailey
2004-04-04 20:37:24
Chunk

Or the one who dumped me for a farmer/janitor/Spock ear wearing Star Trek fan, married him, murdered him (allegedly), then gave my description to the police.

Now that sounds like a good story.

gaggle

I've read Bastard Operator From Hell. He's pretty evil.

He's evil on the internet.

My continued existence is purely to spite any sense of fairness in the universe.
#18 by Squeaky
2004-04-04 20:50:08
#11 zimbardo_ugly
As long as we are sharing our impressions of "evil", I got this URL some time ago. It is a medical textbook example of a child's disease (referred to as "Harlequin fetus"), so you most certainly <b>do not</b> want to click the link I'll provide at the end.

It is funny (not literally) how there is no way people can express their vision of concentrated wrong - no better (as in: worse) way to paint the cliche that is the face of Satan and the colloquial horror than nature has already found using a newborn baby as a canvas. So, what does that tell us about our established imagery of evil? Oh, and do. Not. Click.

I clicked. But I haven't given Firebird focus yet.

#19 by chris
2004-04-04 21:05:12
cwb@shaithis.com http://www.cerebraldebris.com
I clicked. It's gross, but not the end of the world.

-chris
#20 by mister_slim
2004-04-04 21:14:23
#11: Evolution is evil. Damn. The Southern Baptists got something right.

Turn back now.
#21 by jjohnsen
2004-04-04 21:35:32
http://www.johnsenclan.com
I have had evil ex-girlfriends, like the one who intentionally seduced my best friend, so that I would catch her giving him head when I walked in our apartment.  Or the one who dumped me for a farmer/janitor/Spock ear wearing Star Trek fan, married him, murdered him (allegedly), then gave my description to the police.


Something evil is telling you who to date, thats for sure.

-Jeremy
#22 by Darkseid-D
2004-04-04 21:54:01
rogerboal@hotmail.com
Hail Santa !

Do not go gently into that good night.
Old age should burn and rage at the close of day.
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
#23 by haplo
2004-04-04 21:59:48
Bedazzled was on today.

What's evil about that.

Well its a movie about Satan, a really really hot Satan.

What is evil is that its a horrible movie, yet I watch it everytime I see it on.

Plus the DVD on TV girl is rather hot.

<@jafd> Anyway, Darth, your name is stupid. sry.
<@Ashiran> So no more darthnugget?
<@haplo> darthnugget has left the building
#24 by yotsuya
2004-04-04 23:15:03
I'll post my "Experience With Evil" story later tonight.

That's a beautiful way to go. Shot by Yot. In more ways than one. -mgns
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#25 by Eyegore
2004-04-04 23:36:33
http://home.cfl.rr.com/eyegore/gallery.htm
Evil is...Black and White, the game.  To be so good at first, with so much promise and originality, and then you get about halfway through the game and it turn to a pile of crap.  Hoping for better with B&W2
#26 by Darkseid-D
2004-04-05 00:23:11
rogerboal@hotmail.com
This is kind of evil, playing the mario theme on guitar

Do not go gently into that good night.
Old age should burn and rage at the close of day.
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
#27 by Squeaky
2004-04-05 00:26:27
#26 Darkseid-D

Thanks Ds!

Saves me having to look through the archives for that link.


The coin sound is PERFECT.

#28 by chris
2004-04-05 00:29:16
cwb@shaithis.com http://www.cerebraldebris.com
I continue to struggle to understand why Americans have opted to idolize japanese culture this decade.

They're a bunch of goddamn lunatics.

-chris
#29 by Squeaky
2004-04-05 00:31:06
#28 chris
I continue to struggle to understand why Americans have opted to idolize japanese culture this decade.

They're a bunch of goddamn lunatics.

-chris

What?

#30 by chris
2004-04-05 00:37:13
cwb@shaithis.com http://www.cerebraldebris.com
I don't have a particularly high level of esteem for someone who has spent an extensive period of time figure out how to play the goddamn mario theme on the guitar.

-chris
#31 by Squeaky
2004-04-05 00:40:03
#28 chris
I continue to struggle to understand why Americans have opted to idolize japanese culture this decade.

They're a bunch of goddamn lunatics.

-chris

#30 chris
I don't have a particularly high level of esteem for someone who has spent an extensive period of time figure out how to play the goddamn mario theme on the guitar.

-chris

The guy playing is Japanese.

#32 by The_Joker
2004-04-05 00:45:21
http://www.jackinworld.com
You should take a closer look at japanese women.


mmmmmmmmmm.......

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#33 by Warren Marshall
2004-04-05 00:52:38
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
#31 Squeaky
The guy playing is Japanese.

Still not able to summon sufficient esteem...

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#34 by Darkseid-D
2004-04-05 00:53:23
rogerboal@hotmail.com
I know I linked a guy playing mario theme on a piano before, but the guitar one I linked before is someone with far too much talent noodling about on a guitar much to some peoples pleasure, and others horror.

Do not go gently into that good night.
Old age should burn and rage at the close of day.
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
#35 by Squeaky
2004-04-05 00:58:31
#34 Darkseid-D
I know I linked a guy playing mario theme on a piano before, but the guitar one I linked before is someone with far too much talent noodling about on a guitar much to some peoples pleasure, and others horror.

The clip was linked in #pc a couple of days ago.

#36 by chris
2004-04-05 01:25:37
cwb@shaithis.com http://www.cerebraldebris.com
#31 Squeaky
The guy playing is Japanese.

Yes. I know. That was my point. My culture is currently obsessed with a culture full of lunatics.

-chris
#37 by BobJustBob
2004-04-05 01:28:17
Evil is...Black and White, the game.  To be so good at first, with so much promise and originality, and then you get about halfway through the game and it turn to a pile of crap.  Hoping for better with B&W2


I disagree.

Dood.
#38 by Shadarr
2004-04-05 01:39:46
shadarr@yahoo.com http://digital-luddite.com
I'm disappointed by how crappy that guy's playing was.  He wouldn't get any downloads on OverClocked Remix.
#39 by McBain
2004-04-05 02:58:31
Chris-  Pedro is getting battered right now on ESPN2.  You jinxing Red Sox by picking them in Fantasy is evil.

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#40 by Hugin
2004-04-05 03:24:43
lmccain@nber.org
Honestly, I was surprised Pedro went as high as he did in the draft.  I think his sun started to set last season (not counting the non-removal by Little).  My only hope is that Schilling has a solid year.
#41 by UncleJeet
2004-04-05 03:36:08
I'm torn....I don't understand the Japanese worship either, and mostly it makes me laugh.  This guitar guy certainly fits into the lunatic fucko category, but I mean....he is playing Mario....

I'm fighting terrorism by playing violent video games!
#42 by Hugin
2004-04-05 05:20:20
lmccain@nber.org
Keep in mind, we get a fairly filtered "Japanese people".  Not so many wacky internet sites about a salaryman who goes to work then goes home, rinse, repeat in an utterly mundane way for 30 years.  And if some anglo geek in Seattle did all the Mario stuff on his or her guitar the response would be about the same.  Besides, if we weren't obsessed with the Japanese, we'd just go back to being obsessed with the British, or (going back farther), the French, the pre-communist Chinese, etc etc.
#43 by UncleJeet
2004-04-05 05:29:40
I have an alternate solution:  We could all be obsessed with ME!

BOOGIE!

I'm fighting terrorism by playing violent video games!
#44 by BobJustBob
2004-04-05 05:40:58
Disney sucks.

Dood.
#45 by UncleJeet
2004-04-05 06:09:33
Mickey still loves you.

I'm fighting terrorism by playing violent video games!
#46 by chris
2004-04-05 06:34:55
cwb@shaithis.com http://www.cerebraldebris.com
I recognize that we're getting a filtered impression of Japanese culture, but it's through that same filter that our obsessions are born.

Much like the Japanese obsession with American culture routinely produces some of the dumbest shit you'll ever see.

If people would focus on being themselves and not trying to be what something else tells them they should be, we'd all be better off.

And yes, white, asian, black, martian, whatever... wasting your time learning the mario theme on guitar is lame.

-chris
#47 by Charles
2004-04-05 06:36:44
www.bluh.org
I think the closest thing to evil I have ever encountered was in highschool, where me and two friends got jumped by a group of about 10 guys who decided they wanted to beat us up for no particular reason.  Managed to get a beer bottle broken over my head.  Not a bad experience, all in all.  Now, spending three hours in the hospital afterwards while the doctor picks glass out of your eye, that kinda sucks.

Religion is the most malevolent of all mind viruses.
#48 by lwf
2004-04-05 06:37:26
Wasting your time writing stories called Voices is lame. Even if you're a jappo.

For the next time you must redefine something.
#49 by Shadarr
2004-04-05 06:45:38
shadarr@yahoo.com http://digital-luddite.com
I'd like to have something to add to the evil thread, but I'm all talk and no action.  I mean, I'd love to start up a forced vasectomy clinic, but that would probably involve getting out of this chair.
#50 by Caryn
2004-04-05 06:50:14
carynlaw@pacbell.net http://www.hellchick.net
I'd add something to the topic, but the evil stories that come to mind are stuff from my life that I don't intend to actually share with people I barely know.

"See, Canadians believe Jesus walked on water. We just figure it was winter when he did." - Squeaky
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