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Shangri-LIE
04-29-2012, 07:21 AM
For those attending the upcoming shows, here is a list of compulsory guidelines to adhere to.

Proper hygiene: Remember to take a shower, deodorant, douche thoroughly, and bring miniature bottles of mouthwash to rinse the stench of alcohol from your breath. Chewing gum or just not reeking of booze are also acceptable.

Dress for your type - No tightly fitting clothes that reveal muffin tops, gut spillage, or grotesque bulges of cellulite. Secondly, no spikes, (hair or accessories). Don't show up looking like an undead raccoon in a garbage bag prom dress.

NO Halloween face paint or temporary hair dye. It makes you look stupid. If you want to dress to depress than put some effort into it. No half ass make up jobs or stupid haircuts are allowed.

Acting bizarre if you're only doing it to be a part of the audience and you're not actually strange and awkward in real life is prohibited. Do not imitate a band members taste in fashion.

Do not act happy to be there. Do not act cool. No hook ups with other concert goers as most of them probably have aids and other incurable std's.

Please remain quiet until each song is finished. No bullying to get closer spots to the stage. No picking on children or weak looking men dressed up like Prince.

If you had ugly tits do not flash them.

No fake blood. No "scary" acts allowed.

No flamboyance or obnoxiousness.

If you see someone who needs help or protection from bald drunk assholes in the mosh pit it is your duty to act as their guardian and beat the living fuck out of people who break the "pit rules"

Don't be clowns. Marilyn Manson hates clowns and he hates all of you as well.

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Whisky And Speed
04-29-2012, 07:30 AM
thanks shangy,

I just wanna ask, are you the messenger of our lord and savior marilyn manson and he gave you these commandments?


Don't be clowns. Marilyn Manson hates clowns and he hates all of you as well.

God hates us all.

Manson101
04-29-2012, 07:49 AM
thanks shangy,

I just wanna ask, are you the messenger of our lord and savior marilyn manson and he gave you these commandments?



God hates us all.

Exactly... Why even go to the show ? what do you want us to do.. sit with are arms and legs crossed with binkys in our mouths and bottles?

AssetReign
04-29-2012, 07:52 AM
Exactly... Why even go to the show ? what do you want us to do.. sit with are arms and legs crossed with binkys in our mouths and bottles?

lol It was satire.

Manson101
04-29-2012, 07:53 AM
lol It was satire.

I understand.. but why even waste 3 minutes to post a pointless useless thread? ha

Shangri-LIE
04-29-2012, 07:54 AM
http://theopenacademy.com/sites/default/files/oadb/Mathematics/Differential%20Equations/Differential%20Equations%20I%20-%20Khan%20Academy%20-%20Salman%20Khan%20-%20BYNCND/Thumbnails/Lecture%2012%20-%20First%20order%20homogenous%20equations%202.jpg

AssetReign
04-29-2012, 08:03 AM
I understand.. but why even waste 3 minutes to post a pointless useless thread? ha

We're on an internet fan website so questioning the way someone else spends their time is "pointless and useless." I s'ppose we could all be posting numerous photos of ourselves instead. :)

Manson101
04-29-2012, 08:04 AM
True.

Shangri-LIE
04-29-2012, 08:08 AM
People in the early stages of dementia may not be able to tell the truth from lies and sarcasm from sincerity, a new study finds. "If somebody has strange behavior and they stop understanding things like sarcasm and lies, they should see a specialist who can make sure this is not the start of one of these diseases," study researcher Katherine Rankin, a neuropsychologist at the University of California, San Francisco, said in a statement. Rankin and her colleagues asked about 175 people, more than half of whom had a neurodegenerative disorder like dementia, to watch videos of people talking. The videotaped people would sometimes drop in a lie or use sarcasm, which they signaled with body language and verbal cues. After watching the videos, the participants answered yes and no questions about what they'd seen. Healthy older participants did fine at distinguishing the truth from lies. But older adults with dementia affecting their frontal lobes — the seat of judgment and self-control in the brain — had a hard time telling the difference between sarcasm, lies and truth. People with frontotemporal dementia, which strikes the frontal lobes, had a particularly hard time, while those with Alzheimer's disease did somewhat better. Using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), the researchers found that the inability to detect sarcasm and lies matched up with the amount of damage in the parts of the frontal lobe responsible for that judgment. Sudden gullibility should be recognized as another warning sign of dementia, Rankin said. ...