TESTEMONAIL: Right and Discordianism allows room for personal interpretation. You have your theories and I have mine. Unlike Christianity, Discordia allows room for ideas and opinions, and mine is well-informed and based on ancient philosophy and theology, so, my neo-Discordian friends, open your minds to my interpretation and I will open my mind to yours. That's fair enough, right? Just claiming to be discordian should mean that your mind is open and willing to learn and share ideas. You guys are fucking bashing me and your laughing at my theologies and my friends know what's up and are laughing at you and honestly this is my last shot at putting a label on my belief structure and your making me lose all hope of ever finding a ideological group I can relate to because you don't even know what the fuck I'm talking about and everything I have said is based on the founding principals of real Discordianism. Expand your mind.
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"GEROFF, Fuckers, he's MINE and I'll drive him around however I like."
Once again, Cain understands these people in way that occasionally freaks me out.
"BOOM, headshot", indeed.
Tea is a far superior beverage, but it's easy to fuck that shit up
I have fucked up many a cup of tea. 2 seconds too long and green tea goes from delicious to grass.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-28339686QuoteNick Clegg has launched an attack on Conservative plans to limit the power of the European Court of Human Rights.
He accused David Cameron of lining up "with Vladimir Putin and other tyrants around the world by tearing up our long tradition of human rights".
Tory "extremists" - or "head bangers" - had won out over moderates like Ken Clarke and Dominic Grieve, sacked in this week's reshuffle, he claimed.
Missing from article: "It's pretty much my fault" Clegg continued. "I could have done many things to stop all kinds of horror but the whiff of power I got was just too intoxicating".
Seriously, I'm leaning towards placing more blame on Clegg and the Liberals as they've pretty much enabled this kind of behaviour and acted as the whipping boy throughout the process. The only chance I can see for them to avoid a total wipeout at the next elections is to take a stand and call the whole thing to a close now so they can at least pretend to have one principle that isn't immediately compromised.
Which I can respect. But they're meant to yell "boom headshot!" while doing so. Traditions must be maintained.
We don't know that they didn't, you know.