1. Standard memberBosse de Nage
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    01 May '07 11:38
    Hell: witnessing the saved and comprehending the fact of separation, followed by definitive oblivion. Perhaps that final agonised glimpse lasts an eternity. Perhaps that pain is precisely the fulfilment of damnation.
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    01 May '07 20:36
    Originally posted by Bosse de Nage
    Hell: witnessing the saved and comprehending the fact of separation, followed by definitive oblivion. Perhaps that final agonised glimpse lasts an eternity. Perhaps that pain is precisely the fulfilment of damnation.
    Interesting, but obscure.
    On second thought it makes no sense at all. 😉
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    01 May '07 21:02
    Originally posted by josephw
    Interesting, but obscure.
    On second thought it makes no sense at all. 😉
    Nor, to a person of conventional sexuality, does masochism, but it has a rigorous logic of its own. The idea is that the damned get what they want--and may even experience eternity.
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    02 May '07 01:47
    Originally posted by Bosse de Nage
    Nor, to a person of conventional sexuality, does masochism, but it has a rigorous logic of its own. The idea is that the damned get what they want--and may even experience eternity.
    I, personally, am quite sure everyone will experience an eternity of their own making.
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    02 May '07 09:11
    Originally posted by Bosse de Nage
    Hell: witnessing the saved and comprehending the fact of separation, followed by definitive oblivion. Perhaps that final agonised glimpse lasts an eternity. Perhaps that pain is precisely the fulfilment of damnation.
    It's the money shot.
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    02 May '07 09:48
    Originally posted by Starrman
    It's the money shot.
    One endless Boogie Night.
  7. Hmmm . . .
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    02 May '07 11:15
    Originally posted by Bosse de Nage
    Nor, to a person of conventional sexuality, does masochism, but it has a rigorous logic of its own. The idea is that the damned get what they want--and may even experience eternity.
    The eternal pleasure of “sinning”? In the company with others who experience the same “joys”? But absent those whose joys do not run to gratuitous pain and suffering (who are in heaven, and so cannot be harmed)?

    Hmmmm...
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    02 May '07 12:31
    Originally posted by vistesd
    The eternal pleasure of “sinning”? In the company with others who experience the same “joys”? But absent those whose joys do not run to gratuitous pain and suffering (who are in heaven, and so cannot be harmed)?

    Hmmmm...
    That's an idea--while the lion & lamb are busy laying down, the goats get jiggy--but I was thinking more of definitive annihilation of sinners preceded by an (infinitely?) elastic moment of agonised remorse.
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    02 May '07 22:20
    Originally posted by Bosse de Nage
    Hell: witnessing the saved and comprehending the fact of separation, followed by definitive oblivion. Perhaps that final agonised glimpse lasts an eternity. Perhaps that pain is precisely the fulfilment of damnation.
    Pretty close.
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