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Tyren
FFR Player
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Gender:Male
Location:The Zoo, Massachusetts, USA
Last Activity:07-26-2014
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Member for: 16.95 years
Gaming Region:USA - New England
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Tyren's Details
About me:
Junior year at the Zoo. Computers and music are my thing.
Interests:
Music.Noodling. Thought.Existentialism.Philosophy.Good Conversation.Wisdom.
Fav Music:
Avenged Sevenfold, A perfect circle, Tool, Evanescence, Led Zeppelin, The Who, Pink Floyd,Clapton, Jimi Hendrix Experience, G.Love, Del the Funky Homosapien, AFI, My Chemical Romance, Coheed and .Cambria, Panic! At the Disco, Taking Back Sunday, 311, Sublime, Dispatch, Jack Johnson, The Mars Volta, Portishead,Massive Attack, Jem, Chronic Future, Atmosphere, Eminem, Royksopp, Goldfrapp, Trip Hop, IDM, Ambient Chill, Industrial, blah blah blah.
Fav Movies:
American Beauty, American History X, Donnie Darko, Almost Famous, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Blow, Ghost In the Shell (1 and 2), Requiem for a Dream, Pi.
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Random Thoughts
Twist of Fate
Posted on: October 25, 2007, at 03:39:43pm   [4 comments]
So as self deterministic as I am, it has become rather apparent that this silly ideology of free-will, this impending desire for choice, is nothing more then a mere illusion. An individual is no more then a function of its genetic and environmental inputs. From the moment of conception right down to the last breath, the choices that are inherently "chosen" have been decided by all the given conditions of the reality in which one is placed. Nothing on this planet, this universe, or any other can escape the fact that there are laws that govern it. Whether apparent to us as human beings or not, they are our universal truths. Every reaction is determined by its cause. I kick a rock... something happens. And this something has been governed by every past experience and action to the date of its timely arrival. Human beings have the distinct mentality of the present, but they also recollect on the past. As of such, every past action or experience aforementioned will effect the outcome of that in which is done... The blue pill or the red pill? Choose what you will.

Equivalence
Posted on: February 3, 2007, at 07:08:09pm   [0 comments]
Most are familiar with certain principles of physics such as conservation of energy and equivolent exchange, but I find myself more interested in matters of equivalence on a more conceptual scale. For example, is there always an equal give and take? One spends much of their life striving for success, does one equally lose something in return for gaining such success? Perhaps theres less opportunity for emotion, in all senses of the word. A lack of positive emotional reinforcement if you will. If there does happen to be such give and take in all cognizant activity, then one can end up anywhere in the middle given they gain and lose accordingly. For example, if i dont spend years of my life being successful I can in turn spend them feeding my drive.
Is there an equal and opposite "force" outside the realms of physics and reality?

Feedback?

Smell that funky Homosapien
Posted on: December 1, 2006, at 06:36:15pm   [0 comments]
I apply the flow cannon The combo so slaming, got your face spinning, submitting to the flow im emitting committing to the design of your destruction, construction but you aint got nothin'. Running raw when you draw that rhythm, you either have it or you don't, so sit down before you hurt yourself son. Shit, your recovery's slow againt my dual input, so stay put. Just let the bar drain, refrain from being detained in the groove of that funky psyionic bionic beat thats got you moving your feet...

I got compelled to put some Del to FFR...

Lets Get Typical
Posted on: November 25, 2006, at 02:12:31am   [2 comments]
When it comes right down to it, what is the final cause(Aristotilian?) of our existance? Do we live to be immortalized? To be remembered forever by all of mankind...perhaps a metaphorical heaven if you will. Or do we live for our drive? That is of course, opposed to our placement in social stratification or heirarchy. It seems to me that human beings as a community value social worth and materialization increasly more then the former. Why is this so? What is it about our race, our collective unconscious, that deems this appropriate? More and more as I age I come to value that an individual should indulge in their drive, their ID, when possible. When it comes right down to it, i believe it to be a selfish idealogy, however i cant help but stress that an individual should have noone higher on their list of importance then themself; take it as you will.

Levels of Thought
Posted on: November 18, 2006, at 04:13:31pm   [0 comments]
What is it that differentiates those who strive for metaphor and analytical reasoning to those who continuously stay within the norms of the human paradigm? A lack of desire mayhaps? If this is the case what is it that provokes such a desire? Drugs? Insecurities? Others? If every individual took the time to analyze that in which is unknown to them in a daily routine, do you think they would be better off later in life? Discuss.

Comment wall
Black_Rose_Valentine writes...
at 1:21:30am on 8/7/08
Hmm, I have some ideas to bounce back and forth with you. Message me when you get on.
Lucifericrucifix writes...
at 1:05:01am on 7/29/08
Indeed, glad to see you knew the piece and that you arrived back to this website again.
bobeck writes...
at 12:56:47am on 7/29/08
awww man after looking at our profile pick, i'm going ot have ight mares for the next two days. hahahhaha. never theless. THUMBS UP MAN.HAHAHHA
Black_Rose_Valentine writes...
at 1:57:07am on 5/10/08
Hiya it's me Brotherhood, I got bored of my improper named user so I made this one.
sylflynn writes...
at 2:39:50pm on 3/13/08
Dude SICK avatar.
Lucifericrucifix writes...
at 1:58:28pm on 11/3/07
I'll certainly do that, perhaps even today? I just remember what I told you from reading a book back a year or so ago? Are you applying these formulas then and actually doing this in a more hands on approach? Well, a scientific one.
Lucifericrucifix writes...
at 8:37:15pm on 11/1/07
What I found interesting is that it shows that what we can see, what we do know. Is not, technically....what is. We view and live in the 3rd dimension, but what we see (2D surfaces in particular, anything prior to the 3rd dimension) is blurred, skewed if you will. Incapable of really showing all aspects of the 4th dimension...A little difficult to word..but hopefully the general thesis is stated?
Lucifericrucifix writes...
at 8:35:22pm on 11/1/07
Ah, was wondering where you've been. It's been a while, no? I've certainly read into Quantum Mechanics but probably not nearly as in depth as you have. The Heisenburg uncertainty principle is an incredible thing though, just that in itself...It's almost overwhelming how such things were created but more so how they function. Many theories to be raised in relation to that and our own perception, Compenhagen interpretations and what not. The sheer application of dimensions beyond 4th become intensely complex, or can, anyways. Even 4th, actually.
Lucifericrucifix writes...
at 8:45:49pm on 10/3/07
Ah, Kafka...I'm actually taking the initiative to read "Crime and Punishment," myself soon, since I've only heard good things about it. Well, Russian literature in general, very interesting from what I'm told. As for meter and what not, it can be rather annoying...Depending on what your listening to of course, but generally when I listen to it I don't analyze it too much though one could. I simply hear it, and try to listen for when it repeats, then again, that's more in a percussion context which is rather different than something with several ranges of tonality. There is some music that jumps back and forth sporadically though, jazz (free-form, generally) being a prime example. Glad to see your taking it up though, it's refreshingly overwhelming a lot of the time, which leaves quite a bit of room to improve, for any musician. Alcohol does tend to do that though, from what I've witnessed...Ah, how the influence can effect such fragile minds, it's quite the chisel upon the stone like m
Lucifericrucifix writes...
at 10:23:28am on 9/26/07
Posting another, in fear that the box wouldn't fit much more. It's good to see you've met some people who are more than simply a carpace of what is to be filled later in life, it's often a rare thing, or rather, less common..but it's always a great feeling to be able to converse and speak of things that normally would almost seem extinct or out of place. I balance it out for what I can, I suppose, but they are more or less acquaintences. It's fascinating to see the parallels between what is the "young, immature" mind in comparison to those reaching proper formal thought...Both are interesting for different reasons, of course, different stimulation. What games have kept you occupied as of recent, besides FFR of course..Heh. As for those equations, you'll find that math is more fond of you than you may be it in any circumstance. You could love the problems, complete them under your will or without it, but surely, they will keep returning..to your fortune or "luck" shall we say.
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