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"You will never see someone else saying they'll exterminate the subhuman race as they ascend to a futuristic machine-god with such sincerity."


"I honestly don't understand why anyone would dedicate themselves to such a painful and frustrating philosophy."


"There is no understating how genuinely TERRIFYING icycalm is if 1) he's your first exposure to these kinds of ideas, 2) you're of a sensitive temperament, and 3) are honest enough with yourself to not rationalize away the points he brings up.
   His words hit like A-bombs."


"icycalm is going to define philosophy for the entire millennium."


"Honestly, I think he both thinks he's the smartest man on the planet while still exaggerating this shit for fun."


"And despite his incredibly massive claims of 'ending philosophy', I think he's basically just saying 'I'm finishing Nietzsche's work, which was almost done with everything but then he went mad plus he didn't live in the 21st century with shit like movies and videogames so he missed some shit there which I'm going to fix'."


"It's really amazing how all the years of wild ramblings by the alt-right can be put to rest with a few words from Nietzsche and icycalm."


"Nietzsche was less than 200 years ago and you have icycalm right now. Both are still over the heads of even the brightest people and are fully read by practically no one. How many more do you need?"


"I knew as soon as I saw the reference to organ printing he meant icycalm."


">206. Mistakes of the subhumans. They immediately interpret the idea of subjectivity as giving them free reign to support any viewpoint that they want, no matter how incoherent, ignorant and wretched. Sure, the ant too has its own perspective of things, and therefore its own subjective reality, but who gives a shit about the reality of an ant? The greater the man the greater — and hence the more objective — his perspective, and therefore the idea of subjectivity does not undermine the absolute rule of inequality in the universe but is precisely the mechanism by which it comes about.

   Amazing how he simplifies debates that last dozens of threads with hundreds of posts on here."


"[Aphorism 241] is saying a lot. It's boiling down several very big philosophers to a single word, which is ridiculously helpful for analyzing and thus digesting them. It's also outlawing obscurantism by saying that all philosophy CAN be reduced to a single concept (someone who says their philosophy can't and shouldn't be reduced has something to hide, probably incompetence).
   It is also showing that there are not 'philosophers' but just 'philosophy', all of them linked in a big web. Contrast that with the type of thinking that says 'these are the theologians', 'these are the existentialists', 'these are the analytic', and they form distinct, separate realities.
   It's incredibly aggressive and ballsy as he is essentially claiming the entire cannon under his banner. I think the word 'invasive' is how a lot of people would feel about it, mostly people that benefit from one of the weaker camps of philosophy that stand to lose a lot when they can't fight off the bigger camps by fencing themselves off and declaring themselves an island.
   At least that's my reading."


"This guy might just be the next big philosopher."


"The style is not that different from Nietzsche's. If you think it's a joke you more than likely would have been one of the academic morons flaming Nietzsche back when he was publishing his stuff."


"Fuck, this is pure undiluted genius."


"icy's opinion of these things will change my opinion on them totally so I go solely to icycalm for my knowledge of what to think about culture and the world."


"Thank god someone else fucking hates Bob Marley and that song."


"I used to disagree with everything icy ever said. But it was interesting so I kept reading it and thinking it over. Some of the things were just so shocking and original that I felt compelled to either counter him or agree with him. By and large I mostly disagreed with him.
   Over the course of 5-10 years I eventually started to see that when you apply his perspective, be it his game theory or philosophy, everything seemed a lot more clear and sensible. He had a lot of concepts that I just couldn't explain away so I slowly started to accept more of his ideas. Eventually a lot of the things he said I thought was just gibberish, incoherent thoughts, or shock-material became easier to understand. I was a skeptic on every step which is why it took me about eight years to fully accept everything. A big part was reading the same material he did and doing harsh criticisms. For years I thought 'Alex you don't understand Nietzsche at all' but eventually I realized I was the one with the incorrect interpretation.
   Read icycalm for yourself and make your own choices. Do not take my word for it or the word of these idiots being resentful of him."


"21st century's Nietzsche right here. I can't take you seriously if you aren't paying attention to what he's writing."


"[Aphorism 497] is fucking brutal. I think the main advantage homosexuals have is we don't carry the burden of our ancestors. I can't imagine how bad it must be to be black and have every single person in your family lamenting about their oppression. At least when you're gay all your family members are heterosexuals who are by and large much healthier.
   I think heavy exposure to other minorities is probably the most destructive thing for minorities."


"Are there any refutations of icycalm's philosophy beyond calling it edgy?"


"I heard a rabbi say that no gentile philosopher had more positive things to say about the Jews than Nietzsche. Can't wait for the rabbis to dig through icycalm.
   They'll probably declare him the Messiah."


"So he rubs people the wrong way and we all know why but I have zero problems with him. Big fan. I read every essay on this list and every book on his OOTW recommended reading list as well. I will now and forever be grateful to that terrifying bastard for applying the fucking jumper cables to my thick skull and blasting me into philosophyfag plateau. Waking up my love for videogames and showing everyone how awesome continental theory could be.
   Nothing but love for icycalm. Nothing but love. Hope he's doing well, wherever he is, and whatever he's doing. A true original and then some."


"icy is great, MM is parody"


"He writes about PUAs particularly because some of the more successful ones like Krauser and Roosh have tried pushing their game theory into other territories like philosophy, making claims about beauty and taste and philosophical concepts which they simply do not have the right to."


"icycalm's writings are fucking painful. He has written things that made me literally cry myself to sleep. In the long term he's been a huge net gain for me but holy shit that guy fucking hurts."


">You just want to fit in with some enlightened e-celeb.

   I think this does describe a lot of icy's fanbase. Actually absorbing his philosophy is very hard to do because there are no secondary sources and because it's cutting edge you can't learn much by referring back to older thinkers. The ideas are very complex and build on themselves getting harder to master as they grow. That's why every discussion about his game theory is stuck at the early essays (if they are discussed at all). Then there's the genetic factor..."


"—Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, __________?

—icycalm.
   Search your feelings. You will know it to be true."


"We live in a time when Donald Trump can become PotUS, but Alex Anthony icycalm Zirbas Kierkegaard is not yet recognized as the greatest philosopher that our age, or perhaps all ages, has produced. Why is this?"


"icycalm is legit."


"I don't understand why icycalm tries to come off as being so arrogantly certain about everything. I understand that, with this language, for him to couch his words in 'maybes' would to him suggest a kind of weakness that he wants to avoid projecting. Maybe he doesn't care about the kind of person who would quickly dismiss him because of this, instead only caring about the kind who in interested in him in spite of it, for whatever honesty they see in him. And yet, in doing this, can't he see that he is so very much responsible for all the faggotry committed by idiots in his name, as well as for putting off people who otherwise might have reason to listen to him but then, understandably, dismiss him as the hack he isn't concerned with not being seen as? It's silly, as there is clearly genuine insight there mixed in with so much arrogant jerking off over things he makes out to be much more than they are."


"icybro's style is a filter, like you said, but your reservations are not really reservations. The aesthetic cannot be divorced from the message, foremost, and fags will do idiot faggery in the name of anyone regardless (because they are fags). The Prince is tonally mild — did that prevent realpolitik buggery?"


"icycalm's faith is not wrapped up in pointless metaphysics where you circlejerk about 'first cause' or other bullshit. It's the faith, that will allow us to begin shaping."


"/lit/ thinks they can understand cryptic 19th century Nietzsche in original German
/lit/ is actually too dumb to appreciate icycalm written in 21st century surfer vidya gama English (not even his first language)"


"Agreed. Now I find him somewhat hopeful though with regards to the future of humanity defeating the subhuman hordes and going to space and fighting aliens.
   If he's making you feel bad about being a subhuman or half-human or whatever, just identify and be honest about your flaws and then stop fretting and worrying about the categories."


"the idea that icy is solipsistic is wrong. perspectivism.
   odd how you guys love icycalm and barely understand him..."


"The format of Rei's garbage is identical to icy's and the writing style is copied. He also uses words in ways only icy does, like discussing 'the flux' instead of 'a flux'. icy's work is older by a long time so it's not that hard to see this. You sort of expect it now since there's been so many copycats with him. When his site was taken down a guy named Magnus Anderson started impersonating icy and writing in his style. Then there was some StarCraft fanboy that started taking old articles icy had written, rephrasing them and passing them off as his own. He also made a website that copied the layout of icy's website in pretty much every detail. icy is fascinating to watch because weird stuff is always happening around him."


"icycalm doesn't need to do shit, he does so because he wants to and because he can."


"You could read what icy has said and not be surprised at all that he stole some money. Hell, in this case I'd get suspicious of what he's written if he HADN'T stole money and instead worked a day job like a normal person."


"I hate the fact that every single time a Nietzsche quote is posted, somebody replies with an icycalm quote."


"This is an indication of where the future of humanity is heading. It is the first real SF-inspired philosophy and it speaks of a future that will brutally crush and condense the masses under the weight of powerful new technological advances. In an era of broken homes, weak fathers and rising feminism, a need for the martial teachings and values of Ares is growing, and no other person embodies this better than him currently. It's no surprise that his critical forte also lies in videogames, a pastime fueled primarily by the testosterone-pumped people who devote most of their time to the intellect and the technocrats of today."


"icycalm strikes me as an ideological bully."


"icycalm triggers the resentful feelings of both libtards and /pol/degenerates, and basically anyone lacking philosophy, so hard that he's one of the very few topics where any threads get instantly deleted on here."


"'Our guys' are all internet self-help memes like Alone telling us to stop being narcissists, Jordan Peterson telling us to clean our room, Joe Rogan telling us to lift and take DMT, Sam Hyde telling us to lift and stop being stupid millennials...
   Then you have icycalm who says 'all these people going against the status quo are just as weak and resentful as SJWs or trannies or whatever. If you don't aspire to be a chaos space marine from 40k then you're a worthless subhuman who deserves to die. Compassion is for the weak. Kill kill kill dominate dominate dominate forever.'
   I'm not sure if anyone here feels the same terror and anxiety over icycalm that I do but he's seriously onto something."


">He contradicts himself
The same stupid shit is said about Nietzsche here. Your comment is practically confirmation that he's on the ball."


"HOLY FUCK WHAT IS THIS???
I'm reading the 'manifesto' rn.
I fucking love it.
It's like what would happen if you make Nietzsche and Stirner listen to Yeezus while high on coke, and have them write something.
WOAH."


"It's funny, back in early 2012 when I found your work, specifically your Genealogy, I felt a strong desire not to show your work to my friends, for fear of making them too smart. Your Genealogy actually triggered a fear response in me. The beginning of the Genealogy was interesting and managed to capture my attention and before the end of the first essay I was hooked. It just kept getting better and better, and it was amazing to see you so effortlessly connect biological evolution with art's progress. But before showing other people your work I had first to understand you properly, and I had to try to see with my own eyes whether behind your stunningly clear writing you were perhaps just puffing unsubstantiated air out. I was just a kid after all, with no philosophical background... what did I know? Your quoting of Nietzsche and Wittgenstein made it all the harder for me, but simultaneously more exciting...
   I eventually sent your work to a family friend: an Ivy League university teacher holding a PhD on philosophy and we exchanged some commentary on your work. He eventually replied something along the lines of 'He is clearly not some random idiot, but I dislike his arrogant tone and from what I've skimmed he is not saying anything new'. It was kind of a let down for me, but it did not demotivate me to dig a little bit deeper. It must've have been around this time that I signed up to Insomnia and started to read every piece of text you'd ever written. Then came the reading of all the philosophers and thinkers you were quoting. I left Baudrillard for the end. This would of course be a continuous undertaking on my part, and amidst it I finally I felt secure enough to show your work to friends. Nobody really cared. I remember even trying for some brief time to convince them of your relevance, but as their arguments flew back at me I could clearly see none of it was getting through their heads...
   Fast-forward to today. At some point I simply gave up on trying to make people understand your views. Your writing is just too clear for me to waste my time trying to help a few close friends learn from it. For all I know there could be other people benefitting from your work, incorporating your philosophy into their daily habits and transforming your philosophy into long-term instincts, while I am wasting time 'trying to make people see what they are physiologically incapable of seeing'. Let them learn from example as monkeys do, as I shut my mouth lol."


"Jesus. It's like if Maddox wrote philosophy."


"I've been reading Orgy of Will. There is no doubt this guy is a legitimate philosopher, people will still be talking about him in 100 years. You eventually realize that this guy has a read a lot and seems to understand what he has read incredibly well. He is correct that his philosophy of immersion is the successor to Baudrillard, at the very minimum.
   I am still unsure if he is as powerful as he said he is. Regardless it's a way of thinking that is exactly what the world needs.

> A thing that 'makes sense' is a useful thing; something that we can use (therefore, the stronger one is, physically and mentally, the more things he can use, and the more that 'makes sense' to him... For neurotics and the hysterical — like for example Sartre, Camus and other weaklings — everything is nonsensical; 'absurd').

   icycalm 'makes sense', he is a useful thing; something that we can use."


"He psychologically profiles everyone."


"He'd probably tell us Nietzsche already trashed that. Categorical imperative is not compatable with the Will to Power in which all relationships are asymmetrical and all wills appropriate power from another will.
   Although without resorting to Nietzsche his own philosophy clearly tells us that there are different categories of life forms with different needs, stimuli, and input. What empowers the Overman kills the subhuman. Categorical imperatives would just fuck shit up because all of his are at a different quantum rank and our personal Will to Power operates on different principles.
   After reading orgy of will several times it became apparent to me I can never have Alex's standards. The type of stuff he did to relax would stress me. There's a certain sadness in reading the book for me because I know certain parts of me will always be a failure, he even explained exactly why it's part of my nature. It's very humbling to know your quantam rank. Certain parts I can only understand in a scholarly way, I can describe them but I can never apply them to myself. Eventually the parts that made me the most insecure and sad made me the happiest because I finally understood myself. He is correct that subhumans lie to themselves to avoid facing their own shortcomings. On the other hand the parts of his philosophy that I'm compatible with are beautiful. I've become a lot more arrogant in those areas because I have become stronger.
   It's a dangerous book, it's going to affect each person differently. I never got to thank Alex, I promised myself I wouldn't write to him until I improved myself. Now I'll never get to."


"I have nightmares about icycalm desu. I constantly meet him and he's a pretty chill fun guy except somehow extremely intimidating and I feel anxious all of the time."


"You can feel the searing contempt he has for you underneath the surface."


"It's a common theme in Christian spirituality that the more you advance in the spirit, the more 'dead' the world seems to you. St. Catherine of Siena says that it is literal nothingness, and a book written by a monk called The Spiritual Combat says that the world becomes like a 'dream' to you.
   However, the departure is when, instead of seeing the world as nothing in the Face of God, he sees it as nothing compared to himself."


"Mysticism is generally incoherent because it's ancients trying to describe a psychological concept in a time when we had very little knowledge about how the mind works; we weren't even sure if the mind had a physical basis so you end up with a lot of talk about soul, union with the god-head, etc.
   icy is communicating a lot of the same ideas as old mystics but it's more coherent. Example.

>For the eternal enemy of God is not, and has never been the Devil (for in fact the two of them are one and the same being)

   I wouldn't call him a mystic though. He's not mentally unstable enough to qualify. Jung went nuts and wrote the red book, Nietzsche was nuts and probably wrote in trance-like states, Paul had a fucking seizure on the road to Damascus. Socrates was advised by his daemon on a regular basis.
   I seriously wonder if icy has had any experiences that would qualify as mystical that seem to be abnormally common among philosophers."


"Say what you will. icy makes it clear: the future does not care about people who do not care about the future, like yourself. The very manner of which our society currently runs is proof of the concept."


"And the harsh tone of icy's writing fits his radical (as in, awesome) philosophy of pure science fiction love and madness. I couldn't imagine it any other way. It wouldn't be him if it was written otherwise; the same insights would not be available in the work otherwise. Just like a GOOD video game, he presents himself as a completely relentless force on the reader. There's no 'forgiving' faggotry present in his work, you look at the challenge ahead and either step up to the plate and decipher the work and why he speaks in the tone that he does if you don't yet realize why (because he enjoys it, of course) and how it's important (because he has brilliant insights and his character is a good deal responsible for that), or you turn away like a coward and become a whiny bitch about it, making up excuses about his apparently 'shallow' writing that boil down to 'he's mean :(' and 'I can't show him off to my pseud friends, because he'll hurt their fee-fees too, so I don't like him'. Your move. And that is exactly the point of the writing style, to get you to make a move, which everyone who encounters his work does, whether they are conscious of it or not."


"The ultimate red pill site."


"You shouldn't be anxious. He is not out to make anyone anxious (except for his enemies, the sniveling dogs in the world seeking to destroy him, as part of a tactic), not to say that he really cares if he does make a bystander anxious. He is out to obliterate the cancers that he can see festering on the planet, no more, no less. He does this not because he is some sadistic asshole, but because he is deeply passionate about things, and if you are going to do right by the things you are passionate about, you will defend them to the death and without mercy, and if the things you are passionate about are, in a sense, ALL THE THINGS, all of life, especially the strong and the free spirits within it (if there is really a distinction between life and the strong; the weak certainly do not grant life to anything, they only take life away), then you must be a grand, merciless opponent to all forms of nihilism present in the world, which manifests itself in extremely devious and sly ways. It may sound crazy, and maybe even a little humorous, but icy is really a lover, as was Nietzsche. Nietzsche called himself a tragic philosopher for good reason: to adore greatly means one must despise greatly too.
   If you still get anxious, but can't ignore him, then you have only one option: do right by him. To do that, you have to stop extending yourself beyond your boundaries, which you are clearly doing. You have to reconcile the fact that you are weaker than him. As soon as you understand that, and overcome it, and the anxiety washes away, then you can better tend to what you are capable of doing, which is not playing at the level that he plays on, but maybe doing something else that can be valuable in a small way to society. If you are happy in your place and you do the contribution that you can and make the grandest sacrifices that you are able to, no one can hate you for that. You did what you could do. It's a lot better than being an anxious mess or worse, being a resentful piece of shit."


"I had a series of dreams about him. He's ridiculously happy in all of them, like he's on drugs, he also speaks only in rhymes, puns or alliteration."


"icycalm is the demiurge.

>Claims to have created the universe
>Evil
>Delights in suffering
>Insane
>Proponent of pleasure and material pleasure
>Sides with the Jews"


"The amount of elitist edginess is making me hard."


"They gave me a week-long ban for posting about this guy and his website so I would delete this thread while you still have time."


"Orgy of the Will could very well be called with a straight face the Epistles of Paul to Nietzsche's Gospels. Most of the people on here and other places who mock Alex's work are not being honest enough with themselves; maybe they are unable to do so. And it is easy to brush him aside as just another edgelord when his style is so polemic.
   But take a closer look. There is real value in the writings. He has a knack for making insightful connections that you can't unsee. The first night I began to really wrestle with his work instead of just blowing it off as 'delusional', I was so shaken that I really did want to kill myself. I went to bed that night with tears in my eyes. What I did not expect at all was that the next morning, I was not suffering from the night's depression but instead had a renewed energy in me, as well as a more fulfilling appetite for life. As I was driving to work, I actually saw a field totally engulfed in the blankest white fog with just a few skeletal black trees, and had to slow down the car and take in the vastness in front of me. Talk about synchronicity.
   Being honest with myself had rewarded me, and it was OotW that brought me there. Since then, I always make sure to return to icy every so often, in order to keep myself attentive. I'm not saying take the guy's stuff as unquestionable dogma. But don't dismiss it. Let it fuck with you. I told this one girl who was into philosophy about it and she said she wanted to see it, so I grimaced and sent her the link. She was texting me about how laughably stupid it was, but eventually said she had to stop reading it because she felt attacked. 'Laughably stupid' stuff tends to not have such a strong effect..."


"The combination of personal insecurity and terror at the nature of reality that Orgy induces really gets to me. I'm glad someone else has also felt such an intense reaction to it."


"Also on literally any forum where he is discussed in an even remotely positive light the person that talks about him will be accused of being icycalm. It happens on /lit/, on /v/, on movies, philosophy, and video game forums. For some reason people are fucking paranoid about him. icycalm is the internet boogie man."


"icycalm should have been a comedian."


"This is the most important philosopher of the 21st century there in that image, anon. If you don't want his wisdom, then you can choose to be subhuman. It's okay; some people just aren't ready for their world to be changed."


"He was pretty open about himself and gave off a lot of secrets, like his college life. The chat he had with the hackers that took his site was my favorite icy moment. He laughed with them, congratulated them, and tried to learn how they did it so he could 'become stronger'. Hackers got really pissed that he wasn't angry and reminded him he wasn't getting his site back. Then he just told them he'd make it again, but better and left.
   Stuff like this made me realize he was legitimate, his confident nature isn't a front. He acts that way even when he is cornered."


"Hey, you know what would be really funny right now?
If he turned out to be just fine, surfing in Tenerife, writing his books, doing what he did.
It would certainly snap a lot of things into perspective. Just look at how the resentful losers spouting 'who cares' are simply being drowned out, how everyone is already struggling to claim his legacy.
It would be fucking hilarious if he popped online and called us all subhumans right now."


">>OP
BASED
Mods will delete this thread because they cower at the thought of the Ubermensch btfo'ing them.
On top of being the GOAT philosopher icy is the funniest man alive. Imagine.
Your shitty little /lit/ authors could never handle one of those titles, let alone effortlessly carry both.
There should be an icycalm daily desu."


"Why is Orgy of the Will the only philosophy site with balls? You would never find anyone saying these things among that 'Intellectual Dark Web' farce."


"[The Culture of Critique is] an unphilosophical work that leads to erroneous conclusions about the current state of affairs in the West. If you want a better understanding of today's social ills, I advise reading this instead: http://orgyofthewill.net/"


"Alex Kierkegaard is the most important philosopher of our day. He is the inevitable follow up to Nietzsche and I highly recommend his ever growing collection of aphorisms over at Orgy of the Will. The other half of the coin of this site is for self improvement. Sometimes what he has to say may seem harsh or hard to swallow, and you probably won’t agree with everything he has to say (but when has anyone ever agreed to everything someone has said?), but all great philosophy has that edge to it."


"icycalm has inspired me to become human. At the very minimum it will improve my life, at the very most it will save me during the war."


"Look I don't hate gays, but a qualifying statement like this sentence you are reading right now is the ultimate fagot detector. I see this every single time I see someone praise icycalm.

I DONT LIKE ICYCALM AS A PERSON AND I WISH HE WASNT SUCH A MEANIE BUT...
NOW LOOK HERE IM NOT A RACIST BUT...
HITLER WAS A TERRIBLE GUY AND DID REALLY BAD THINGS BUT...

   Et cetera et cetera et cetera. This disgusts me about as much as people who confuse 'they're' and 'their'."


"guy says he'll clone himself with 3d printed organs and rape non-nietzschean aliens to death like it's already happened"


"icy I think is Nietzsche's successor, this means that a certain amount of Nietzsche will always be present in his works. I think you can see this with his criticism of contemporary events and philosophers (yes including the vidya), these are criticisms done in the spirit of Nietzsche and done better than other of Nietzsche's followers. Aphorism 497 for instance sums up the history of all 'minorities'' failures. 630 provides the solution to their sickness.
   icy's uniqueness is his 'immersion', his so called 'philosophy of the future' affirms everything. Even the basic enemy of Nietzschean philosophy, resentment is affirmed in aphorism 547 and several other places. Opposition, such as resentment is necessary; for there to be a struggle, you need enemies. 'Bad' things are affirmed by immersing yourself in the struggle. You can also tie this in with his art theory: videogames and action movies are the best form of art because they glorify struggle."


"icycalm returns us to reality with his immersion theory but you must have actually read his books to realize how he defeated post-modernism."


"The sheer amount of gossip and rumors about icy alone should tell you he is interesting. The man leaves the internet for a year and there's speculation about why; if the average person on this website left the internet for a year would anyone even notice? Hell even e-celebs would probably be forgotten in a month or two."


"I don't know why people never recognize Alex Kierkegaard on any of these lists. You cannot find any texts like his, he is the first real critic of modern art and he is the most ruthless writer today. Instead, mentioning him calls forth instant ad hominem attacks. It makes me think that intellectual discussion is dominated by a hivemind."


"I think Mundus is a bunch of empty words wrapped in nice language. You can take just about anything from Orgy of Will and it will instantly provoke response. If Alex writes about a particular concept it really makes you start rethinking it, you feel compelled to accept or refute him. Rei's stuff doesn't really seem to provoke any sort of response from people.
   Orgy is also extremely easy to read, you can pick it up with zero background in philosophy, it's anti-obscurism. It's also explicitly stated what previous philosophical ideas he is building on. Mundus is like something out of the Gospel of Thomas, it's intentionally written to be hard to understand. He draws heavily from Jung's concept of 'self' but this is not something you would know unless you have previously read Jung. Everything is a mystery.
   I would call myself a follower of icycalm. My question is this, are there any actual followers of Rei? If Orgy and Mundus are opposites then having a discussion with someone who is serious about the latter would be neat."


"I love watching the hatred for icy grow. I unironically expect people to start shoving their face full of fondue out of sheer resentment."


"I'll remember him as the only person worth reading when it comes to videogame art criticism and for properly culminating the past 30 or so years of the rising generation of science-fiction inspired philosophers."


"Still gay that icycalm threads get deleted and yet we're alowed to talk about this other random nobody blogger."


"In a sense, it's genius, because there really is no good reply to it."