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“A meritocratic society is one in which inequalities of wealth and social position solely reflect the unequal distribution of merit or skills amongst human beings, or are based upon factors beyond human control, for example luck or chance. Such a society is socially just because individuals are judged not by their gender, the colour of their skin or their religion, but according to their talents and willingness to work, or on what Martin Luther King called 'the content of their character'. By extension, social equality is unjust because it treats unequal individuals equally.” "Political Ideologies" by Andrew Heywood (2003)


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"You're God's... Special...

"You're God's... Special... Little Creature!"

 

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"Oh I'm right! You'll see!"

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Is there a point to

Is there a point to this?

 

No, your sanity failure is not a valid answer.

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"I'm the hand up Mona Lisa's skirt! I'm a surprise, Kevin"

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Is there a point to this?

 

No, your sanity failure is not a valid answer.

Sanity failure? Who made that shit up? You did?! Meh

Nah, I was kinda waiting for you to do another "driveby post" just so I could mock ya for it. And you're right on schedule, my man! Seriously... do you realize how predictable your behavior is... or do you just not give a fuck?

I'm kinda hoping it's the latter answer, myself. But then... these driveby, heckling types... they don't strike me as all that competent, mentally or otherwise.

Now, are you done, or shall we continue to dance?

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"I'm a humanist!"

(favorite scene in the entire movie)

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Build a better bridge Kap.

Build a better bridge Kap. I might come hang out under it with you now and then.


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I love that movie, and I

I love that movie, and I love Al Pachino.  That last monologue in the movie is solid gold, gives me chills.

 

It doesn't hurt that I've made similar arguments against the Christian idea of God on this very forum!

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Well, actually...

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Build a better bridge Kap. I might come hang out under it with you now and then.

I was kinda hoping you'd keep your spear to yourself

Clockcat, on the other hand...

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mellestad wrote:I love that

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I love that movie, and I love Al Pachino.  That last monologue in the movie is solid gold, gives me chills.

are you for real???  that movie is terrible!  al pacino is terrible in it!  that was smack in the middle of his hammy acting days.  i swear, they should never have given him an oscar for scent of a woman.  after that, he couldn't go 30 seconds in a film without shouting.  i mean, i kept expecting the devil to go "HOO-AH!" at any second, for fuck's sake.

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Another heckler approaches!

Another heckler approaches! All are welcome in my threads!

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Kapkao wrote:Another heckler

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Another heckler approaches! All are welcome in my threads!

i'm not heckling you, i'm heckling mellestad.  i already accepted the fact that you have the movie tastes of a college sophomore with cinderblocks and a two-by-four four for an entertainment center.

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iwbiek wrote:Kapkao

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Another heckler approaches! All are welcome in my threads!

i'm not heckling you, i'm heckling mellestad.  i already accepted the fact that you have the movie tastes of a college sophomore with cinderblocks and a two-by-four four for an entertainment center.

Cool. I have accepted you have not a shred of critical thinking ability within your undoubtedly base, frail mind. So uhh... run along now, Trotsky-cheerleader, and continue being unable to think critically in ANY measurable level whatsoever.

Will that be all now, Trotsky cheerleader?

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Build a better bridge Kap. I might come hang out under it with you now and then.

Rob... I'm starting to regret that unfortunate little publicity stunt of mine. It got some satisfying results, but apparently has drawn a great deal of undue of attention to my (SSRI-induced) behavior over the internet. Just so everyone knows

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Another heckler approaches! All are welcome in my threads!

i'm not heckling you, i'm heckling mellestad.  i already accepted the fact that you have the movie tastes of a college sophomore with cinderblocks and a two-by-four four for an entertainment center.

Cool. I have accepted you have not a shred of critical thinking ability within your undoubtedly base, frail mind. So uhh... run along now, Trotsky-cheerleader, and continue being unable to think critically in ANY measurable level whatsoever.

Will that be all now, Trotsky cheerleader?

did you even know who the fuck trotsky was before you ran into me?

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iwbiek wrote:did you even

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did you even know who the fuck trotsky was before you ran into me?

Yes, I did. Exiled from Russia, killed in Mexico City (by CIA agents), right?

Why do you ask, o feebleminded one?

(uggghhh. Thread got derailed again)

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Well, from what little I got

Well, from what little I got in a quick google, it seems that ream after ream of documents exist in support of the idea that Ramon Mercarder was an NKVD tool.  So odds are that the CIA had nothing to do with that one.

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iwbiek wrote:mellestad

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mellestad wrote:

I love that movie, and I love Al Pachino.  That last monologue in the movie is solid gold, gives me chills.

are you for real???  that movie is terrible!  al pacino is terrible in it!  that was smack in the middle of his hammy acting days.  i swear, they should never have given him an oscar for scent of a woman.  after that, he couldn't go 30 seconds in a film without shouting.  i mean, i kept expecting the devil to go "HOO-AH!" at any second, for fuck's sake.

 

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Well, from what little I got in a quick google, it seems that ream after ream of documents exist in support of the idea that Ramon Mercarder was an NKVD tool.  So odds are that the CIA had nothing to do with that one.

bingo.  you beat me to it.

just out of curiosity, why did you care enough to google trotsky?

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mellestad wrote:iwbiek

mellestad wrote:

iwbiek wrote:

mellestad wrote:

I love that movie, and I love Al Pachino.  That last monologue in the movie is solid gold, gives me chills.

are you for real???  that movie is terrible!  al pacino is terrible in it!  that was smack in the middle of his hammy acting days.  i swear, they should never have given him an oscar for scent of a woman.  after that, he couldn't go 30 seconds in a film without shouting.  i mean, i kept expecting the devil to go "HOO-AH!" at any second, for fuck's sake.

 

Sad

I wouldn't take it personally Mellestad. Iwbiek is neither the most intellectually robust NOR the most verbally decisive individual to claim to be an 'atheist'.

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Well, from what little I got in a quick google, it seems that ream after ream of documents exist in support of the idea that Ramon Mercarder was an NKVD tool.  So odds are that the CIA had nothing to do with that one.

Oh, okay... well, 'heavily watered down version of Vladimir Lenin' doesn't strike me as worth an internet search. But, there isn't ANY historical discussion that doesn't get highly pedantic after a few posts, so I'll poor Trotsky alone now.

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Kapkao wrote:Answers in Gene

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Well, from what little I got in a quick google, it seems that ream after ream of documents exist in support of the idea that Ramon Mercarder was an NKVD tool.  So odds are that the CIA had nothing to do with that one.

Oh, okay... well, 'heavily watered down version of Vladimir Lenin' doesn't strike me as worth an internet search. But, there isn't ANY historical discussion that doesn't get highly pedantic after a few posts, so I'll poor Trotsky alone now.

uh-huh.  and how much lenin have you read?

you know what, you're right.  let's can the history.  back to al pacino and keanu reeves.

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Kapkao wrote:mellestad

Kapkao wrote:

mellestad wrote:

iwbiek wrote:

mellestad wrote:

I love that movie, and I love Al Pachino.  That last monologue in the movie is solid gold, gives me chills.

are you for real???  that movie is terrible!  al pacino is terrible in it!  that was smack in the middle of his hammy acting days.  i swear, they should never have given him an oscar for scent of a woman.  after that, he couldn't go 30 seconds in a film without shouting.  i mean, i kept expecting the devil to go "HOO-AH!" at any second, for fuck's sake.

 

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I wouldn't take it personally Mellestad. Iwbiek is neither the most intellectually robust NOR the most verbally decisive individual to claim to be an 'atheist'.

you know what, kapkao, you are full of fucking shit.  if your standard of intellect is agreeing with your taste in movies or otherwise being impressed by your cryptic insights, i'm not interested in being an intellectual.  but if you have another standard, like the standard most people go by, i'm willing to meet you halfway and allow you to devise a way to prove to me and everyone else here that you are my intellectual superior.

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iwbiek wrote:you know what,

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you know what, kapkao, you are full of fucking shit.  if your standard of intellect is agreeing with your taste in movies or otherwise being impressed by your cryptic insights, i'm not interested in being an intellectual.  but if you have another standard, like the standard most people go by, i'm willing to meet you halfway and allow you to devise a way to prove to me and everyone else here that you are my intellectual superior.

Dude, my standard is somewhere around "don't start things you aren't willing to finish"

*face twitching*

Your capacity for foresight seems to diminish everytime you and I talk... but, alas... it's hella fun pouring salt in your emotional wounds, because... well... it's too damned easy sometimes and you most certainly have it coming to you, sometimes.

Now, shall we dance, dear brother?

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Kapkao wrote:iwbiek

Kapkao wrote:

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you know what, kapkao, you are full of fucking shit.  if your standard of intellect is agreeing with your taste in movies or otherwise being impressed by your cryptic insights, i'm not interested in being an intellectual.  but if you have another standard, like the standard most people go by, i'm willing to meet you halfway and allow you to devise a way to prove to me and everyone else here that you are my intellectual superior.

Dude, my standard is somewhere around "don't start things you aren't willing to finish"

*face twitching*

Your capacity for foresight seems to diminish everytime you and I talk... but, alas... it's hella fun pouring salt in your emotional wounds, because... well... it's too damned easy sometimes and you most certainly have it coming to you, sometimes.

Now, shall we dance, dear brother?

dance?

 

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I was thinking of dropping some pervy innuendo here...BUT

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dance?

Y'know... argue back and forth over the internet about meaningless bull, ad infinitum? You might actually win, Iwbiek, but... well, winning arguments, Special Olympics, etc.

*facial twitching*

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Kapkao wrote:iwbiek

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dance?

Y'know... argue back and forth over the internet about meaningless bull, ad infinitum? You might actually win, Iwbiek, but... well, winning arguments, Special Olympics, etc.

*facial twitching*

nope, 'sall yours.

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So, ummm... childish projections aside.. back to subject matter!

(apparently K.. Reeves screams too!)

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Bad taste in movies eh? I

Bad taste in movies eh? I like this terrible unpolitically correct crapfest kind of stuff, good as it gets.

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fail

 

"Bad taste"=subjective

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Well, from what little I got in a quick google, it seems that ream after ream of documents exist in support of the idea that Ramon Mercarder was an NKVD tool.  So odds are that the CIA had nothing to do with that one.

bingo.  you beat me to it.

just out of curiosity, why did you care enough to google trotsky?

 

Well, I would assume by now that I happen to be an information sponge.  It seemed worth knowing, so I looked for it.

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Kapkao wrote:

 

"Bad taste"=subjective

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Rob, if you want someone to give you a good spear-chucking, maybe you should stick to whatthedeuce.  I'll stick to a primarily slutty babe/twink diet. (when I can actually be bothered to leave my pad, that is)

 

 

You are a strange individual.

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At least I'm not the one with a dog's asshole for an avatar

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You are a strange individual.

TELL ME SOMETHING I DON'T KNOW, BEAR.

 

edit; UGH! Those smilies are a bit suggestive.... drat.

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Well, I would assume by now that I happen to be an information sponge.  It seemed worth knowing, so I looked for it.

If you're an "information sponge"... I'm Lance Armstrong. *face twitches* On a more sincere note...

I, on the other hand, appear to be an Idiot Magnet. They follow me around for no explicable reason other than to repair a damaged/bruised ego.

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Thats pretty bad, too bad I can't post the trailer for the movie scene I linked, too much rated R stuff.

 But Terror Firmer pwns pretty much anything I have seen, as far as terrible goes while still being funny as hell if you have the sick sense of humor.

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Kapkao wrote:If you're an

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If you're an "information sponge"... I'm Lance Armstrong.

 

So now you are claiming that you only have one nut?  And even that does not work quite right?

 

Why am I not surprised?

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If you're an "information sponge"... I'm Lance Armstrong.

 

So now you are claiming that you only have one nut?  And even that does not work quite right?

I dunno, do you need a new sarcasm detector?

Or do you simply break yours on purpose?

Maybe you spare no effort imaginable to come off like a shitferbrains.

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Why am I not surprised?

Ah, so in addition to not understanding sarcasm, you fail at common sense too. Glad to hear it!

I wouldn't know, as I'm not a mind reader...

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Kapkao wrote:Answers in Gene

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Well, I would assume by now that I happen to be an information sponge.  It seemed worth knowing, so I looked for it.

If you're an "information sponge"... I'm Lance Armstrong. *face twitches* On a more sincere note...

I, on the other hand, appear to be an Idiot Magnet. They follow me around for no explicable reason other than to repair a damaged/bruised ego.

if you leave this site forever, i guarantee i for one will not follow you.

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Aw, you poor thing!

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if you leave this site forever, i guarantee i for one will not follow you.

You'd like that, wouldn't you?

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Kapkao wrote:iwbiek wrote:if

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if you leave this site forever, i guarantee i for one will not follow you.

You'd like that, wouldn't you?

yes, i would fucking love it.  not because you "challenge" me on some deep personal level, which you vaguely claim to do from time to time, but for the simple fact that you annoy the shit out of me. 

well, i guess if one can say a fly buzzing incessantly in my ear at 6 in the morning challenges me on some deep personal level, then perhaps you do too, but to no greater degree.

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Poor little baby... just

Poor little baby... just can't get enough of me. Challenge you on some deep personal level? I don't recall saying that. I do recall taking a great deal of joy poking fun at your limitless stupidity.

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Kapkao wrote:Poor little

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Poor little baby... just can't get enough of me. Challenge you on some deep personal level? I don't recall saying that. I do recall taking a great deal of joy poking fun at your limitless stupidity.

of course you do, when your idea of "stupidity" is not appreciating kapkao.

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“A meritocratic society is one in which inequalities of wealth and social position solely reflect the unequal distribution of merit or skills amongst human beings, or are based upon factors beyond human control, for example luck or chance. Such a society is socially just because individuals are judged not by their gender, the colour of their skin or their religion, but according to their talents and willingness to work, or on what Martin Luther King called 'the content of their character'. By extension, social equality is unjust because it treats unequal individuals equally.” "Political Ideologies" by Andrew Heywood (2003)


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*sigh*

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of course you do, when your idea of "stupidity" is not appreciating kapkao.

(Why do you get so defensive anyways, Iwbiek? Put on a thicker skin already! Recognize my posts for what they are: provocative flamebait.)

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I think some films are still

I think some films are still good despite having Keanu Reeves in them but I don't think that's one of them. The Matrix was good because he's believable as a clueless guy sucked into another dimension who doesn't know what's going on but can fight. In Bill and Ted's excellent adventure I assume he was playing himself. A Scanner Darkly was good for him too because he played someone who has severe brain damage. I usually pass on his films but I hear that he's doing an adaptation of Cowboy Beebop so I'll have to see how that turns out. It seems promising.  

 

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And I'm still curious why

And I'm still curious why GAUCHE HAS DISABLED MESSAGING! ARRRGGHHHH

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Could it be because your PMs

Could it be because your PMs are even more pointless that what you post?

 

 

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How's this for pointless!

“A meritocratic society is one in which inequalities of wealth and social position solely reflect the unequal distribution of merit or skills amongst human beings, or are based upon factors beyond human control, for example luck or chance. Such a society is socially just because individuals are judged not by their gender, the colour of their skin or their religion, but according to their talents and willingness to work, or on what Martin Luther King called 'the content of their character'. By extension, social equality is unjust because it treats unequal individuals equally.” "Political Ideologies" by Andrew Heywood (2003)


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I don't want to get pm'd,

I don't want to get pm'd, people sign up and start spamming. Look at these clips and tell me that he's not perfect for this. Imagine Reeves doing and saying these things and prepare for a full on keanu-gasm. I know it's going to be a stretch because the character has personality but they'll probably make up for it with a good story and supporting cast.

       

 

 

 

 

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