Discussion » Nonsense » Protests in Spain

  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

    The protests in Madrid's Puerta del Sol square, where some ten thousand demonstrators have gathered to demand jobs, economic equality, and "real democracy¨.

    The social movement protesting against the political class in Spain has decided to continue its demonstrations and a protest camp has been set up in the ‘Puerta del Sol’ in the centre of the Spanish capital, Madrid. The organizers of the protest have suggested that protests continue 24 hours a day and that the protest camp should be maintained until at least next Sunday. In addition they are calling for a mass protest on either Friday or Saturday this week.

    Following several hours of debate the organizers of the event said that they would continue their protests and discussed the idea of drawing up a list of demands to be presented to the government before concluding their protest at the end of this week.

    The assembly which consists of the spokesperson for seven groups made it clear that they did not represent any political party or association. They are demanding a new society where human dignity is more important than economic interests. They also said that it was an absolute priority that the social movement for political change should remain peaceful.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ar2nmOQZEjw&feature=player_embedded

    http://www.soltv.tv/soltv2/index.html  streaming...... will be very nice this friday night, when the police will try to break up this, because the elections are this sunday, and the politcal acts and protest are forbidden the day before elections....






     


  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

    Madrid (CNN) -- Spain's supreme court on Friday rejected an appeal to overturn the electoral board's order banning demonstrations on Saturday, a spokesman for the court told CNN, confirming Spanish media reports.

    The decision comes as protests against Spain's economic crisis continued for a sixth day on Friday in many cities, just two days ahead of local and regional elections that are scheduled across the Iberian nation. The ruling means no such protests can legally occur on Saturday.

    This follows a ruling from late Thursday, when Spain's electoral board said that the demonstrations, organized largely via social media networks, would be banned on Saturday. That day is supposed to be a "day of reflection" for voters -- the idea being that there should be no campaigning immediately preceding Sunday's balloting -- the board said.

    Now the government of the ruling Socialist Party must decide whether the police should keep a safe distance, as they did last Wednesday when a demonstration was banned but went ahead anyway, or if they will crack down. Socialist politicians are widely expected to suffer deep losses to the conservatives, according to recent polls.

     [...] 

    http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/europe/05/20/spain.protests/index.html

  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

    Barcelona (ACN).- The action of Catalan Police to dismantle Barcelona’s protest camp on Catalunya Square saw violence that lasted all Friday morning. Riot police charged on three occasions, as protesters refused being removed from the square and impeded cleaners dismantling the camp and having their possessions confiscated. The two official reasons were, firstly, that after 12 days of camping hygiene risks forced a clean up of the square and, secondly, that traditionally FC Barcelona’s victories are held next to Catalunya Square and thus, if Barça won the Champions League on Saturday, both mass events could converge. Police and demonstrators clashed, causing more than 120 injured people. After almost seven hours of tension and the removal of the camp, protesters reconvened in the square and set up the camp again. On Friday evening, thousands of people gathered in Catalunya Square to show their support to the protests, which appear to be even stronger than a day earlier. A wave of criticism coming from all sides of Catalan society condemned the action of the police against a democratic and peaceful demonstration; civil society organisations such as the Barcelona Lawyers Bar, the Catalan media, and all the opposition parties criticised the use of force by police. An explanation from the Catalan Government has been demanded. The Catalan Minister for Home Affairs, Felip Puig, held a press conference at 17.30 in which he accepted all responsibility for the action and stated he “would order it again”. The Catalan Police union criticised the operation held in the morning. From the 120 injured people, 37 are police members. [...] 

     

     http://www.catalannewsagency.com/news/politics/police-charges-against-demonstrators-barcelona-and-lleida-%E2%80%9C-clean-squares%E2%80%9D-protesters-?quicktabs_1=0

     

    videos:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdFc3sgzz1s&feature=relmfu

  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

     

     

    The results of the police actions:   More and more people went there... la unión hace la fuerza....

  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

     

     

     

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Waiting to hear your angle on this, Adolfo.

  • Mari Vidste
    Mari Vidste wrote:

    That chaotic herd of human cattle is being dealt with appropriately by the Spanish authorites.

    "...demanding a new society of human dignity..."

    Such a dirty blob of humanity has no dignity and should not be expected to be treated as if it has.

    Their misdirected angst has neither political cause nor solution.

    Politics is the religion of the unenlightened.

  • Martin Svean
    Martin Svean wrote:

    at least spain will always be remembered for The Guitar

  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

    @ Dando,

    Personally, I´m agree, What kind of citizen can tolerate the corruption of their own goverment?


    Our politicians have some privilages that protect them from the justice courts, even can be absent in their charges without troubles, and more..... basically the democratic system has been corrupted (or maybe in the spainish case, never has been pure, after all, we have a monarchy living here, huh?). The movement      -Real democracy now- has create a list of demands.


    Now, in all the provincial capitals, the movement has very small ¨camps¨ in some important squares, as a constant reminder for whom don´t want listen or see our demands. The real coordination is using the social networks, facebook, twitter, tuenti..... through them the people goes to the squares in those moments previously choosen in the citizen.assemblies. The protests are totally pacific, we don´t want to give the mass media the oportunity to show us like if we were villians, we are not that, we are angry citizens with the corruption inside of our democratic goverment.

    In the movement there are citizens from left and right wing.
    In this moment, the movement is growing up and settle up in the districts of each city.  District assemblies
    The mass media out Spain are not paying too much attention, maybe trying to avoid an infection across Europe..... ( Italian citizens and Berlusconi)

    The movement demands a meeting in the congress. where the voice of an important number of citizens can be heard.

    how can not agree?

     

     

     
  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    Hahahahaha ... Adolfo ... perhaps the Chinese?

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Fish: Except Conan isn't trolling. His misanthropy is genuine.

    @Adolfo: Following it on Tumblr now.

  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

    @DD, :P, after all this, I understand the importance of monitoring and control the social networks....


    @ Dando, being totally sincere, in the camp from Madrid, have appeared small groups fucking weird people, they are reading hands, auras, doing salutes to the sun to the moon, metamorphic massages (¿?!!!), meditation with drums.... the mass media love them.

    btw. this link can be open in China? http://www.spanishrevolution.es/sprev/
    this is one of the important nodes, has the option of choose language, even chinese O_o

  • Mari Vidste
    Mari Vidste wrote:

    @Fish,

    You really suck at thinking. Check your logic and then make your face disappear forever from my memory. Then I will feel better.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Adolfo, It works just fine over here. For now.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Pete, Your understanding of economics is incredibly shallow and ideological. Moreover it seems to be based on the premise that governments are innately adversarial to commerce rather than complicit in controlling and exploiting labor.

    The only difference between public government and private government is that, however indirectly, people don't need to own stock to vote for the former. It's so typically and retardedly American to bitch about taxes and paper-pushers without even making mention of wasteful subsidies and corruption in private contracting.

  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

    @Pete, believe me, the protests are not about -demand a government give people jobs-. The movement began before an political elections, and the two main parties promised jobs, but the people understood what you said: Governments can't just make jobs out of thin air. So, why they lie us? during their politcal campaigns they treated us like morons....


    The protests is about the corruption in our goverment, we want transparence in our goverment, we want to remove some privilages of our politicians, we protest against their economic crimes....

    @Captain America, when can we start bombing? 

    you know, that sounds better plan than the 1936 plan, let that a fascist goverment takes the power by the force in my country, and let France between two fascist wolfs

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Pete, "I am talking about things like "the department of cultural preservation" (this is an example) these departments essentially do nothing at all and make getting business done difficult passing to many laws etc."

    [citation needed]

    You're describing very vague problems with little basis in reality and even less relevance to the thread topic. The protestors are demanding greater control over local governments and administration. Do you really think they're talking about expanding the role of the bureaucracy? Fuck no. Central government apparatchiks and civil servants are the ones who stand to lose the most from expanded democratic systems.

    Moreover, you're conflating the public/private dichotomy with the service/manufacturing dichotomy. An overwhelming majority of the service industry in Western democracies remains private.

    Anyway, the New Deal was extremely successful in creating jobs in the short-term, with the added long-term benefit of creating transportation and communications infrastructure which continue to pay invisible dividends to businesses to this very day. Do you know why Big Business acquiesced to FDR's blatantly socialist economic policies? Huge. Fucking. Subsidies.

    Public spending isn't effective anymore because these projects are contracted out to private firms which don't have to compete because they're lobbying the same politicians who are supposed to be selecting and regulating them.

    Adam Smith (who, like every economist who isn't a fucking moron, advocated public investment) wants his "invisible hand" out of Ronald Reagan's anus.

  • Simen Wangberg

    The protests in Spain occur mainly on the plains?

    Well, they do if you're a Mongolian herdsman...

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20110529/india_nm/india573572

  • Saint - Spartacus

    西班牙人很少有游行起义和暴乱

    只是这一次由于长年积累而出现的突然爆发 就像洪水一般

    但是西班牙人认为: 这次的行为没有任何意义。 因为你并不能改变任何现状 。都没有solution。。。 后来的惨酷场面又沦为媒体的炒作对象。。。

    东欧近几年来的游行在n多国家中好像传递接力棒 。。 局势待观之

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Pete, Who is insulting whom? Find an instance of a personal attack in my last post. Did someone put birth control pills in your protein drink this morning and make your titties all tender? If you can't handle snark, then I suggest you keep your juvenile opinions and misinformation to yourself, because they are insulting to sense, decency, and the OP.

    "Making up" examples is such a pleasant euphemism for FUCKING LYING. Examples are drawn from real life. Maybe I come off as an insulting dick because I don't have any tolerance for someone who rudely posts dishonest bullshit that is utterly irrelevant to the thread topic. BTW, It's rather hard to convincingly accuse me of going off on a tangent when I excoriated you for off-topic posting from the very start.

    Now you're using an ad hominem argument and implying that I must be WRONG because I don't have a life. Well, sorry pal, but I work in an office. I've got a lot of spare time to make you look comparatively stupid; not that I need much, with trolls like this on your side.

    "But anyways public work projects if managed well do create jobs"

    Ergo the government has some control over job creation and employment. HERP DERP. Time to go to work.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Something I forgot:

    What Pete did here by creating an imaginary "department of cultural preservation" to attack is what is referred to by logicians as a straw man fallacy, so called because it is an argument that is easily torn apart to make his nonsense seem more palatable.

     

    And to the obsessively butthurt troll:

    Gay jokes only endear me with the queer population, and I can't find anything insulting about such an association. In fact, I'm not entirely sure you're not my Tyler Durden. So come at me, bro. I like having morons like you around. Nobody notices the mud on my boots when I'm stomping pieces of shit like you.

     

    Back to the topic:

    @Adolfo,

    How involved in this project are you, exactly?

  • Stine Ekren
    Stine Ekren wrote:

    lol...Fish, this time, u win!

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Your facade of politeness and political correctness really falls apart when you start using "retard" as an epithet, Fish. That's an extremely offensive term to the developmentally disabled, on the same level as "nigger" or "cunt".

    If "Dando wins at the Internet, so he must lose in real life," is the highest calibur rhetorical ammunition you fuckers can aim at me, then even when I'm outnumbered, I'll never be outgunned.

  • Mari Vidste
    Mari Vidste wrote:

    Evanescence is right, Minnow。 You win. Only a very smart person could adapt that grade school joke to the modern-day phenomenon of internet forum fighting. Good job.

    Now unthink yourself.

  • 随便叫兽
  • Tahjay
    Tahjay wrote:

    "When people lose everything and have nothing left to lose, they lose it!  When the money stops flowing down to the man in the streets, the blood starts flowing in the streets."  ~Gerald Celente. 

  • Stine Ekren
    Stine Ekren wrote:

    Fish, u seemed didn't sleep well last night,hehe...posted at  4am? Jesus!

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Y'know, on those delightfully rare occasions when the trolls are insipid enough to concede the moral high ground to a brute like me, I prefer to stay just high enough to take a long hot piss and see how long it takes for them to learn to keep their mouths shut.

    (& I'm still gonna be the biggest fish in this pond so long as the only thing the trolls have in common is a terminal case of the 菊花残)

    Spanish Revolution is Written with a Hashtag

    (link) -- Source: Flip the Media

    The roots for the outrage in Spain—a country the size of California—are the high unemployment (20%, rising to 42% among young people) how big banks and companies are firing people while still earning lots of money, and the fact that several politicians accused in court were candidates again in the upcoming regional elections.

    Two weeks later the movement, labeled with the hashtag #spanishrevolution, has started to put their ideas in motion. In the main cities the neighborhood assemblies have been created, giving birth to a more practical way to change society and seeding a new future.

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    @Fish, well articulated. I guess u might be new here on this forum, let me wish u a warm welcome. I'm just afraid you might not last mush longer on this forum as you are attacking the untouchable and the winner, Champion of this forum. My meaning is that I wish u stay longer.

    I've been attacked and brutalist on this forum just for speaking my mind, I have been called Idiot and mutt. But again, Dando, as much as we like more of ur contribution on the forum, more of ur comments are tainted with insults and pride. I know, u've got no consideration on anyone and I'd like as Fish told u, to reflect about it, are u perfect? Why do hurl insults on people so easily? R u like this in real life?

    As Fish stated, your followers, like Evanescence aka Gloria upstaires with the other guy, r misleading u. Learn some respect brother. I'm sure if u remove what I dislike in ur comments, you will do more good to WLIB members.

    No one ignore the preferential treatment you and your click get from the mods, I'd say that publicly as I hate unfairness; with the abuse members of this site have got from you, you should have been banned, it's sad to see the weakest get banned and the strongest prevailing.

    High Priest

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    Again, Spain has been a corrupted country for centuries, it have been one of the countries that used barbaric means in its colonies, visit South Amercain countries and you will hear stories.

    Though people (Except Spanish) are not much interested in what is going there, as eyes of millions in the world are looking at what is going on in the Arab world. I hope they get people who can work for the people and lead the country forward.

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    Hahahahaha ... Priest ... "Shu Qi" is still waiting for your answer ...

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    By the way, is she or he?  Tell her to get the answer from my comments. If not tell her to wait:)

  • Stine Ekren
    Stine Ekren wrote:

    "your followers, like Evanescence aka Gloria upstaires with the other guy, r misleading u"

    who could misleading Dando? hehe...that come out of ur mouth simply because am spreading atheism rather than Great Christianism who u hate in gut!

    Btw, HP, am waiting for ur great comment in my own thread about Religion stuff, what r ur views on that?

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

    。。。

    Hahahahaha ... and I thought I am the only one who likes running ...

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    Good leadership from politicians should be reflected not only on GDP. It should be reflected on how much employments a gorvernment should create, and how this government can improve the wellfare of its population.

    What spain really could use is a government similar to the PRC to come and do what needs to be done. i.e. build infrastructure and restructure the economy slowly. Pete

    I do agree that Pete explanation on some economical points were wrong and that doesn't give anyone power to insult him but to inform.

    In Pete statement, there a part of truth. Why all of these super powers today are in financial bad shape? It's just because they misuse the money that tax payers offer to the States. As much as each citizen is obliged to pay tax, the State have the duty to redistribute this money to the people. How can a State redistribute this allocated money to its population? It's by providing jobs, improve home secutity, improving the education and improving other different infrastructure of the country.

    But the sad thing is that we see these countries spending too much around the world on wars and destabilazation of other soveign countries while their citizen can't afford paying mortgage and get access to healthcare. And day after day, companies keep on shipping job overseas for a cheap job in Asia, while its people become jobless. That's the dark side of capitalims anyway.

    China has outdone these countries by using the taxes into improving its infrastructure. And this work well in China as China land was still availabe to contain the modern infractructure. Europe is an old continent, I don't see new infracture being built as there's no space, unless they destroy those the previous ones. Take a look on how CHina expand its high Speed Trains, they come up with new tracks, it needs space, which is impossible to do in Europe.

     

     

  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

    [..] What spain really could use is a government similar to the PRC to come and do what needs to be done. i.e. build infrastructure and restructure the economy slowly. .

    Ey!!! Sounds very nice and clever, how do that? what mean that? huh?


    Because my goverment (and almost all in Europe) are doing things (unbelievable, huh?), but the main problem is that all the steps to achieve it, they are oriented to break the public companies and public services. Let it all in hands of banks and private companies. if you have grown up in a country with this system, I can understand that for you all the issue as a natural thing. But I can not understand how you can defend this system is the best.. 

    For example, public university is better than the private, at least this happens in the most of european countries. We can study if we really want to do that, no credits, no sell our future to the banks..... Now, they are going to change that, and maybe before study in the university we have to visit a bank first or serve in the army two years in order to collect money. The next public health...  Do you think only rich and whom have sold their souls to the banks can have access??? 


    The money has not dissapear from my country, the rich are getting more rich during these days, banks and usurers are some of the most happier, in this moment my country is a nice place to make business if you don´t care about fuck people and use their problems to get profit. They only thing that is dissapearing from my country is the middle class.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Fish, You have my sincerest sympathies. Here's your anti-Dando coalition: Pete the logically reckless neckless blunderboy, a passive-aggressive charlatan whose posts nobody even bothers to read anymore because he's a demonstrable liar, and a troll with the remarkably inventive handle that reading "dandoisgay" backwards.

    It's like a six-shooter with a cylinder half-full of shitheads. With friends like these, who needs an enema? 洗洗更健康!

     

    Sorry, Adolfo. Besides me and Scott, it would appear no one has anything relevant to say about the trouble your country is facing right now. And that's a real fucking shame. Revolutionary activity in Spain is something very near and dear to my heart.

    Perhaps I'm romanticizing a bit, but at least to me, Spain is the one place on the planet where we could actually say that anarchism works. Or did work, before Franco fucked the whole place up through a long war of attrition with the help of Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany, and aided by the bumbling incompetence of Soviet interlopers who believed their scientific socialism was superior to the utopian socialism of the indigenous revolutionaries.

    Before World War II, many parts of Spain were administrated by autonomous anarcho-syndicalist collective communes with the sanction of the center-left Republican government. Sadly, the only remnants of this revolutionary tendency lie in Basque separatist movements, which are unfortunately motivated more by nationalism than by anarcho-socialism.

    Although the current movement draws support from both the left and right of the political spectrum, what the #spanishrevolution-aries are demanding is a move away from centralization to a distributive democracy with greater local control. Regardless of technological methods or ideological differences, I think that what is happening right now would bring a smile to the faces of people like Hemmingway and Orwell if they were still alive.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Great, Adolfo is still here. I thought you'd abandoned us. If there's anything wrong with my analysis of the Spanish Civil War, please correct me. I didn't mean to 班门弄斧.

    I'll remind the forum yet again that while I was very rough in my treatment of Pete's opinions, I didn't attack him personally until he resorted to his own ad hominem attacks. Objections to my style of argumentation are irrelevant unless it obscures actual flaws in my arguments, which I've yet to see anyone address directly.

    Instead it's the same old "Dando a master debater, therefore he must be wrong," arguments. Fucking pathetic. Troll harder, fuckers!

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    Sure Pete was misguided

    Governments can't just make jobs out of thin air.

    If he were an economist with this statement, he should be stripped of his title. But since he needs some tips, the good thing would be to help him understand how things work.
    I wish we could all agree, at least, that the freedom to express different ideas and opinions is always healthy for the progress of humankind

    I with we all get this advice. Knowledge is wide than the sea, and what we know is just like a drop in the sea. Those who know much, should share their knowledge with kindness and consideration.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @HP, "Governments can't just make jobs out of thin air."

    Except that part of what Pete said was true; governments indeed cannot create jobs "out of thin air". The problem, and the reason I tore him a new asshole, is that nobody was demanding something so unreasonable! It's a straw man argument--a logical fallacy. I don't expect you to understand this. The nuances of debate are completely lost on one such as you.

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    Well, the forum heavy wheight champion, if this were you private site, then u'd see me not posting.

  • Stine Ekren
    Stine Ekren wrote:

    Is there any great existing economists can make a concise conclusion of current situation? we would surely read !

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Keith, Y SO BUTTHURT? You seem to have a perianal problem of not reading the fucking thread before you share your insipid opinions. To wit:

    Anyway, the New Deal was extremely successful in creating jobs in the short-term...

    What the fuck else could I be referring to other than Keynsian economics?

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Pete: "And you guys are so informed then please tell me exactly how Spain got into the economic mess it currently is in now."

    Press the 'up' arrow on your keyboard.

    "I am soooo happy i am not you guys"

    NO U

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Keith, Teacher? This again? You just snooped around my profile looking for shit to throw at me, and all you can come up with is that I used to teach full-time? You're the weak sauce, sir. I ride a desk. The only educating I do anymore is taking bitch-ass trolls to school.

  • Stine Ekren
    Stine Ekren wrote:

    @pete,in before u don't have a life? sigh!

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Keith,

    Lesson #1: LURK MOAR NEWFAG

    Come back in a month.

  • A豆腐
    A豆腐 wrote:

    @Dando, Yep, you are right, in the south of Spain, the anarchism worked during the time of the Republic, mainly in Andalucia, a big province from the south. We study this in highschool (even in a nuns school). There was a infrastructure appropiate. Also worked in Barcelona, in the city, and in Asturias, among the miners.
    The ideals of that period have survived until today in one organization called CNT.
    Old spanish people keep in mind that anarchy (-anarquía-) is not equal to chaos, if not a system of goverment, like socialism or capitalism..... 

    About the Basque separatist movements, your comment shakes me... you should tell me your vision, how you see this matter out of spain

     

    ...............

    About

    [...] please tell me exactly how Spain got into the economic mess it currently is in now. 

    I will try to answer here about that 

    http://weliveinbeijing.com/discussion/thread/1000007726/Nonsense/How-to-fuck-%E8%A5%BF%E7%8F%AD%E7%89%99-O_o

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Authoritarianism is the biggest word you've used yet, son. You must feel quite accomplished.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Keith, You've snooped around my profile at least twice looking for something to use to insult me, and you still can't acknowledge that I'm not a teacher, but a paper-pusher? You don't have the reading comprehension to match your boasts.

    Watch the anarchist "authoritarian" oppress the anonymous troll with his heavy-handed apathy, folks.

  • Ejdnzlaj
    Ejdnzlaj wrote:

    It's not a fact though, because he doesn't teach English... Despite this oversight on your part you are still a glowing example of what all of humanity should aspire to be. Keep up the good work, for you will inspire people for generations.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    Troll harder, Keith. You're making me look too good by comparison, and you're making me think that my self-deprecative tendencies are too highbrow for folks like you to realize how impotent your insults are.

    @Adolfo,

    What I meant is that Basque separatism is popular and organized, but it's more motivated by ethno-religious differences than by a progressive vision for social development, like the anarchists of the old days, or the Real Democracy movement of today.

    But I'm no expert on Spanish politics. That you say you're "shaken" makes me think I said something stupid.

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    small-time trolling from the little penis'd

  • Ejdnzlaj
    Ejdnzlaj wrote:

    Keith, did I ever mention that you are the stallion that will mount the cosmos? The musicians of our time will pen ballads of your accomplishments

  • Ejdnzlaj
    Ejdnzlaj wrote:

    Frequently, but it does not diminsh my admiration for the pinnicle of our species (i.e. you). It saddens me that your reaction to my worshipping is one of hostility, but I will not let it deter me.

  • Ejdnzlaj
    Ejdnzlaj wrote:

    I will erect a gigantic, phallical stone monument in your name and engrave on a plaque "no really, he was this big". There is no need to hate Keith, I am only the messenger of your arrival. The messanger of the coming of a new age of civilisation.

  • 随便叫兽
  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    @Keith,

  • 随便叫兽

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