So who was "The Philosopher"

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spacehamster wrote: Sat Feb 25, 2012 8:36 am
james wrote: honestly I probably would have no idea who the person was, were they named specifically in the song
That's what Metal Archives is for. I was 16 when Individual Thought Patterns came out, and it was pre-internet for me, so all I got was a few people making vague allusions in magazine interviews that they knew who Chuck was talking about and that they really didn't think it was right to put it in a song lyric. So I'm assuming it was someone who was in the band at some point, and I'd think a number of these guys you'd have heard of too.

It's kind of funny now that I think about it, everyone talks about Chuck like he was a saint now, but back in the early 90s, his reputation was basically that he was a whiny bitch and impossible to work with. I guess he just mellowed out a lot later.
The lyrics from "Living Monstrosity" show how much of a judgmental asshole he was. Song rules, but it's about sentencing the mothers of "crack babies" to death.
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He'd be a hated if he lived to the prevalence of social media.
He'd probably be a Q-MAGA.
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That would fucking suck. I'm glad he's dead for that reason alone.
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:lol: :lol: Recruiting DEAD PEOPLE into the retarded culture war

:lol: :lol: He was a guy who played guitar and has been dead for TWO DECADES
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Eight Bit Alien wrote: Mon Jul 25, 2022 9:50 am :lol: :lol: Recruiting DEAD PEOPLE into the retarded culture war

:lol: :lol: He was a guy who played guitar and has been dead for TWO DECADES
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Fact #7
From an empirical viewpoint, the problem with Free Will (and causality) is reconciling determinism and freedom to make sense of morality.
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