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What does (E) mean?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by trevor9849, Oct 14, 2010.

  1. punkmar77

    punkmar77Administrator Staff Member Admin Team Experienced member


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    The (E) stands for (E)ternal (E)thereal (E)xistensialism......duh
     
  2. Anxiety69

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    (E)quity... capitalist bastards :p
     
  3. JoeyV

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    (E)rection
    \m/
     
  4. JoeyV

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    shit i forgot to restock on my punk rock points this month, should listen to some casualties to earn some for this month :lmao:
     
  5. Wonder138

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    LOL AHAHHA :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

    iv also seen = standing for equality if you wanted to change it up a bit lol
     
  6. persona-non-grata

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    so all this time when i was walking around with my shirt that has the anarchy // equalty // peace on the back you thought it was anarchy // emo // peace :o
     
  7. New Face In Hell

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    I thought "E" was shorthand for "ecstasy". :p
     
  8. JesusCrust

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    What about the circle F in the Antiproduct logo? I was thinking either freedom or feminism, but feminism has the female sign, and freedom is so vague seeing as freedom means so many different things to different people. Well I guess in the terms of Anarcho-punk, we all know what freedom actually is.
     
  9. snookams

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    (f) for fornication
     
  10. Bentheanarchist

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    Elephants
     
  11. anthropophagus

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    I think its freedom, but I haven't found anything saying so. I made a backpatch with the logo that has that and I just didn't leave it in because I wasn't certain.
     
  12. persona-non-grata

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    yes I think it is freedom since for feminism they mostly use the logo for female (sometimes with a fist inside the circle) so then freedom would be the most obvious option
     
  13. Nihilist84

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    speaking of that i actually met this kid who told me that if punk had levels hed be a level 70 punk
    and the sad thing is he was serious :|
     
  14. ViciousCesar!

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  15. Mike Generic

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    On a related note, I've been wondering what this symbol stands for:

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  16. JesusCrust

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    Some variation of the Buddhist eightfold path symbol?

    Not sure, that's my uneducated guess.
     
  17. nike

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    there is a so-called "baptismal cross" aka "gnostic cross":
    i know the version with 4 long and 4 shorter points from an old tabletop-wargame called "realm of chaos" and it's sci-fi-version "40 k" where it was used as a symbol of the 4 malign chaospowers, each of them is fighting against the whole material universe inclusive order and justice for supremacy.
    the producers of the game also produced bands like boltthrower or man o'war who had songs about the fantasy- and sci-fi-gameworlds created by their sponsors, maybe thats how the symbol made it's way into the metal-subcultures.
     
  18. NumberLast

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    it's actually called a chaosphere originating as the "8" of wands in Alaistaire Crowley's Deck of Thoth (tarot) described as energy scattering in random directions. Thus a symbol of chaos. on a side note, Thelema, the "religion" Crowley founded is very similar to individualist anarchism. Worth checking out.
     
  19. ViciousCesar!

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    Yeah, that's definitely the symbol for 'chaos'.
     
  20. punkmar77

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    The Order of Thelema are also satanist wingnuts that that believe in all things occult, no better than Christians if you ask me....though they are hardcore collectivists.
     
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