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  1. I don't even beat off while listening to psytrance..it just doesn't work for me
  2. Honestly, having sex to psytrance isn't on my bucket list. I'm trippin balls, no way I'd be ready for business
  3. That was my first contact with Prodigy (2005ish? ). r.i.p About 12 years ago there was a Prodigy performance not far from here
  4. That should be Psychopod's, haven't heard a koxbox track by that title, at least AH, it's a spin off group of Koxbox! You learn something every day. sry for ot
  5. Currently dealing with my own thesis and starting PhD in september. More goa to fuel my engines. Majoring mathematics. More Veasna!
  6. I should say my list is not in any way or form objective. These are the tracks that are special to me. For instance, Point of no return is the first Koxbox track I heard, which caused irreversible brain damage and so now I'm here .. That set is awesome, btw.
  7. Oh my god, only three artists?! I can't decide which artist is 'better', but I can decide which tracks I like most Message from God Why? Overload To eternity Koxbox Fuel on Point of no return Doktor mesmer Sandman Highway 101 Shockwave Natural born killer There are so many good artists and iconic tracks ..you can't do this to me!!
  8. Uh, I did try Anthem.. for about 2 hours ..of which at Least an hour consisted of loading screens. There was no chat in an online game, that one was really strange to me. Perhaps, they fixed tons of stuff, but I won't support this game. You just don't release an incomplete game, period. Perhaps, in a year. Oh fuck, Enderal's got an update. I need to make myself a schedule so I can playthrough all the games I want, there are too many
  9. I'm thinking to myself and trying to figure out how the hell noone's mentioned this gem so far There is so much great crazy goa. (I believed for the longest time the above track was IM's until I realised it doesn't sound Anything like IM)
  10. The thing I hate the most about TR: Anniversary is the last mission. The timed jumps aren't actually that bad, but the disappearing floor with annoying flying creatures throwing fireballs at you are just a nightmare to deal with because of the aiming mechanics in the game. Otherwise, the puzzles are fun, some obvious and some less obvious opportunities for shortcuts to shave off valuable seconds on your times. Speedrunners abuse the f* out of the bugs in that game, though, I want to get good times with not too much abuse. Bought Witcher 3 during the Lunar New Year sale on steam, now all I need is bloody free time .. lots of it
  11. But..but.. but..I like both of them! I will put these on my to-listen queue. If memory serves I like Transdimensional just a weeeee bit better because of reasons that will become apparent once I'm done listening. edit: nope, I remembered wrong, IFO is the better album to me
  12. found this browsing around the vastness of the youtube, what makes it even more remarkable is what it says in the description
  13. In Estonia there's a closed community for parties, invitation based, to keep troublemakers out. No goa, though, more like prog / full onish , perhaps some forest or darkpsy. Not really my cup of tea. Wouldn't attend such events any more, any way.
  14. Can''t wait to give this one a listen. Love the Journey through my head album a lot. For what ever reason I'm always like super late to Ephedra releases. Only recently found about Flying over the universe.
  15. and I support that stand with both hands. There are some gaps of logic in cause and effect, though. If the baby cows are immediately taken away from mama cow and the milk that's supposed to feed the calves is, let's call it, stolen - by which miracle of god do the baby calves survive or if they don't is it then implied that as the cow gives birth, she is (almost) immediately reinseminated? She would then, in theory, produce milk for the next X months. Wash rinse repeat? For number 3) I know a few instances where a newborn calf was executed because of some serious illness. Unfortunate, but you pick the lesser of two evils. Naturally, not harvested for meat. (Speculation) I assume the meat acquired from mistreated likely malnutrioned cows is low-grade. This is not in line with the interests of companies that deal with meat products, so I simply can't imagine this mistreatment being a widespread practice. It just doesn't make sense. It may very well depend on the scale of the farm, where some (less reputable) dairy companies hope to save money by taking some shortcuts only to have it slap them in the face. The EU regulations, for instance, are very strict regarding the quality of animal or dairy products (see here, for instance). So, I'm all for stopping needless slaughter. What or how does any of this have to do with veganism and meat eating?
  16. The works of the dietitians are most likely credible. To elaborate: the actual research is not pop science, for sure. However, these compilation articles are pop science because of two main reasons. Imprecise language or incorrect use of references. The imprecise language is forgivable, since the aim is to also make this "readable" for the "general public". But then they should be very careful about what they claim. Wild claims are made BASED on legitimate works. This in turn leads the reader to believe that the researchers themselves make these claims. No, they don't. This is a problem. Climate change and flat earth business is irrelevant for this discussion. I am not working in nutrition, I am (among other activities) trained to read publications and see whether relevant works are correctly quoted or if the references allow certain claims to be made. One does not need to be a nutrition expert to be able to do that, thankfully. I never said "that the body needs meat to thrive" as you incorrectly quoted me. I merely said eat your food, your body needs it - which is a trivially true statement. I conveniently replaced the word 'food' with 'steak', so I admit, it was a trap. I mean no offense. Let us not act on prejudice, rather remain objective For whatever good it does you may claim the win for that argument. As for veganism*. It's similar to the situation between religious nuts and people that choose to believe in god, where veganism* represents the religious nuts that need to preach left and right.
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