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  • #31
    Originally posted by Chichu
    Although I am closely asssociated with people who dislike the moderators here, I have no reasons to do so.
    Well well....Then you must be a friend of Jahanamonger! Welcome, welcome to the domain of a power-hungry-God-wannabe Moderator. Prepare to be baked with "luk" "maslo" and "podliva".

    Originally posted by Chichu
    P.S. I dont like revolts. I like revolutions though. Revolutions dont necessarily involve anger and negativity. I believe that our generation is set to be a part of a major revolution; we're a revolutionary generation. ... but thats enough of ideas that i cannot prove in any way for now.
    And the oscar for the best revolutionary speech goes to.....Comrade Chochuchu! clap clap clap...yawn

    Originally posted by Chichu
    P.S.S. Now I am definately going to be fried in hell, eh? you know, french actually have a dish, the "подлива" (dressing?) for which has a certain breed of worms fried with onions, butter, etc.
    Those wouldn't be ala revolutionary worms would they? Because if that's the case, you my friend have found the right place. Bonne appetit!
    Life is a tragedy for those who feel, and a comedy for those who think.
    -Jean de la Bruyere

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    • #32
      You're right, Baron, 'revolution' is not the right word either, since it sounds too political. What i envision has political sides to it, but mostly deals with ending the so called "modern era" which started arguably in 1830s-1850s and evolves until today with all imaginable wigglyness, preaching aesthetics on one side, and simultaneously calling it the greatest fake fairy tale of all.

      anileve, I dont know, I'd insist that I am friends with everyone, but that statement has been misused many times. So I like using wiggly language, because it can successfully describe idea more precisely, or be evasive, ambiguous, and vague, which reflects whats on my mind: or, in other words, doesnt reflect much at all. Sweet dreams.

      P.S. I didnt want to be so philosophical. I promise to improve on that.

      P.S.S. flames, here's a brief description of another french delicacy. They burry a big piece of meet in a specially prepared part of land, so it is populated by worms. After a certain amounty of time its taken out and cooked in some specific way, and served as the main dish for some big festivity.
      ...i wouldnt try it either. But some frogs are delicious!...

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