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The Fundamental Drive for All Actions!

2008-10-19 17:28:47 by Bacchanalian

Finally in Picture form!

The Fundamental Drive for All Actions!


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2008-10-23 06:05:26

have you heard of Derek Vitalo?

Bacchanalian responds:

"How To Creepy Her Out"
"Top 5 Pickup Mistakes"
"How To Handle a Woman in a Group"
"Get the Girlfriend"

... are you trying to suggest something? >:|


2008-10-23 18:01:35

Lol, no, it's just he has a website named bachanali and he always talks about baccanali and yeah.

Bacchanalian responds:

Hm. Had no idea about that.

I was going with, "relating to or given to reveling and drunkenness. "


2008-12-05 16:24:06

OoooooOo. *Touches Fundemental Drive* ... this is the best one I've seen!


2009-01-22 20:25:57



2009-01-23 00:09:47

Oh, right. This chart thing is why I've associated your username with "respect this dude."


2009-02-15 20:43:29

We will continue our debate in approx. 41 days (give or take a day or so)


2009-03-21 02:16:13

You leave the most interesting replies on NG BBS... Nice skill you got ^^

Bacchanalian responds:

Thank you very much!


2009-04-04 05:41:01

Looks cool :D

Bacchanalian responds:

I find the use of gradients and curves particularly soothing :P


2009-04-14 01:16:15

Gradients make ANYTHING soothing. "The world's about to end and you're all going to die" Put that in front of a blue one will care.


2009-04-16 17:14:15

is higher purpose count as someone elses ego ?

Bacchanalian responds:

Only if that person's ego pervades all the above.

But here's the rub about higher purposes and why it's optional. It's so detached from our scope of understanding that as soon as it is identified as a source of imperatives, it becomes a moral, social or, safety dilemma.


2009-05-10 20:00:13

Ooh. Nifty.


2009-05-12 05:40:03

Its all that simple, and yet, it still sucks


2009-08-03 20:00:09


Bacchanalian responds:

Whatever could you be testing for...


2009-11-18 19:10:57

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Civil wars since the end of World War II have lasted on average just over four years, a dramatic rise from the one-and-a-half year average of the 1900-1944 period. While the rate of emergence of new civil wars has been relatively steady since the mid-1800s, the increasing length of those wars resulted in increasing numbers of wars ongoing at any one time. For example, there were no more than five civil wars underway simultaneously in the first half of the twentieth century, while over 20 concurrent civil wars were occurring at the end of the Cold War, before a significant decrease as conflicts strongly associated with the superpower rivalry came to an end. Since 1945, civil wars have resulted in the deaths of over 25 million people, as well as the forced displacement of millions more. Civil wars have further resulted in economic collapse; Burma (Myanmar), Uganda and Angola are examples of nations that were considered to have promising futures before being engulfed in civil wars.
Scholars investigating the cause of civil war are attracted by two opposing theories, greed versus grievance. Roughly stated: are conflicts caused by who people are, whether that be defined in terms of ethnicity, religion or other social affiliation, or do conflicts begin because it is in the economic best interests of individuals and groups to start them? Scholarly analysis supports the conclusion that economic and structural factors are more important than those of identity in predicting occurrences of civil war.


2009-12-16 16:20:05

Not sure I agree with the ordering of the objects of being, but really great image though. Its interesting to see freudian ideas supporting cartesian ones so directly. I guess deulism is deulism though.