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sledheavy
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Name of group: HCanthology

Discription: no matter what belief, this person identifies themself as a hardcore believer through their actions and anthologies. Seemingly minimalistic, individualistic, we commit ourselves to 'doing' above all else, no matter what the situation.

Fee: no charge, must give example of personal hardcore experience for evaluation.

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sledheavy wrote:No matter what belief, this person identifies themself as a hardcore believer through their actions and anthologies. Seemingly minimalistic, individualistic, we commit ourselves to 'doing' above all else, no matter what the situation.
Group created. Description was more than 255 characters so I only put the above in. 500 tokens charged to account.

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thanks, greatly appreciated.

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I would like to start this user group and it is free and open.

Sarcastic Bone Idle Time Wasting Idiots.

Where fun people feel welcome.

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Cathar1950 wrote: Sarcastic Bone Idle Time Wasting Idiots.
You know what I would say to people who request such groups don't you? ... nah, forget it ... I'll go ahead and create the group. 500 tokens charged (though I don't think it made a dent in your token stash).

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otseng wrote:
Cathar1950 wrote: Sarcastic Bone Idle Time Wasting Idiots.
You know what I would say to people who request such groups don't you? ... nah, forget it ... I'll go ahead and create the group. 500 tokens charged (though I don't think it made a dent in your token stash).
It was a funny idea. :P
I might get a t-shirt made.
Mack corrected me because I got the quote wrong and when he did I saw user group.
I won't notice the missing tokens. :lol:
I was thinking of uping my donations from 10 to maybe 50 or a hundred tokens and share the wealth.
Thank, I wonder if anyone will join?

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after my last few comments in middle ground I think you better sign me up. lol.

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I would like to add Absurdism

It is essentially optimistic nihilism.


the idea that there is no ultimate purpose to anything, but we accept that.

essentially, the OTHER option in nihilism.

1.) Well darn, suicide
2.) Absurdism , yay!

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Spoken like Eor:
"optimistic nihilism, I don't know why it probably won't work anyway.".

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haha.

its more like appreciating the finite and not needing more meaning or purpose in life than what i can see.

Eor was just a plain ole depressive

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