“We Like to Party (Airplay)” (3:44) “We Like to Party (Klubbheads Mix)” (6:07) “We Like to Party (BCM RMX)” (4:04) “We Like to Party (More Airplay)” (5:50) “We Like to Party (Full Schwingg)” (4:38) “We Like to Party (DJ Disco Mix)” (4:33) “We Like to Party (Baunz Mix)” (4:45) “We Like to Party (BCM XXL)” (6:21)
The song was also released on the LP The Party Album.
“According to the proposition, it is possible that this ultimate (future godlike artificial) intelligence may punish those who fail to help it, with greater punishment accorded those who knew the importance of the task. This is conventionally comprehensible, but the notable bit of the basilisk and similar constructions is that the AI and the person punished have no causal interaction: the punishment would be of a simulation of the person, which the AI would construct by deduction from first principles.”
Holy shit, the people at LessWrong are completely bonkers. This also doubles as evidence of memetic disease infecting an insular community with its own linguistic nuances.
Number None, also known as the Secret Identity, is neither a specific person or thing. Number None is anything or anyone that can get in your way. As Mister Nobody put it, “Everybody and everything, at some time or another, is Number None.” It first appears as a door that Agent ! walks into, signaling its joining of the New New New Brotherhood of Dada. It is never officially killed, because it is unclear if it can be.
You're a weak-willed and spineless individual who happily takes whatever insults are given to you and begs for more. Your friends hold you in absolute withering contempt, many of them even openly calling you a dumbass, and yet you not only take it absolutely in stride but make excuses for them. They had to literally tell you things and insult your intelligence right there, and yet you stood up for them. So basically, what's it like being a shitty, self-hating coward and a weakling?
Received another email from a numbered dysgo.org address a few hours after the last post went up. This time, the subject was 824281646941; email address: email@example.com; just one image inside, 456682417974.jpg.
I received the most interesting conspiracy email the other day. Gmail routed it to the spam filter, which means I almost missed it.
The email was sent from a numbered dysgo.org email address, and the subject line was a long number as well. (I ended up receiving four versions of it.) The body consisted of 80-odd images and no text, piled in one after the other.
Some of the images are uploaded above. I’ve added the file names as the captions. The one named cherub.jpg was repeated many times.
Some googling turns up a reddit thread on the subject; I’m not the only person to get these things over the years. They appear convinced it’s a paranoid Japanese nationalist; I’m not sure they’re wrong, although I don’t see any overlap in the images presented there and the ones in my emails.