Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Anonymous, Jan 17, 2011.
then i'm a glorious loser
They were both optimists.
And no-books for friends of ignorance.
And for analfabethic men like you.herro.
Funny, coming from you.
He is a great reader...
Dude, you know I'm a fan but your work has really suffered since we moved uptown.
Sometimes it's fun to throw out something manifestly absurd or ignorant and then marvel at the fact that some people still take it seriously.
It´s fun when somebody paints reality after he failed.
You need social solidarity.
This is about orwell and huxley.
Do not mess.
Go to other place to say nonsenses,analphabets...
Great Discussion, and brotherhood to you all
You and me are the same.
But i am not your brother.
you know Herro, we all can't afford a lovely Kindle or Nook like you have....or do you just fail to read one of those either?
Simple grammar proves this false. If it what you said was true, then it would have simply sufficed to say that "I am me".
Union is the joining of distinctly separate selves, and is the nature of freedom, brotherhood and cooperation
Assimilation is the oppression and subjugation of selves into the unrecognizable. It is collectivism. "I am you" is the language of tyrants. You here it from demagogues and populist leaders all the time.
Try as you might to assemble the idea of collective consciousness, but your own grammar will undo you every time.
All the best,
dead trees are so 1996
Collective consciousness...ALL RIGHT.
You have learned...
(And you are me)
Maybe language, like all old tools, needs to be adapted to the new technology?
The reason they call it poetry is because it feels true even when it is technically "false".
" i am not your brother.
Well, "bro" that feels true to me.
We are of one mind, one purpose, and one goal.
We are, at our best, as One.
Actually, I'm your third cousin twice removed, which means that my grandparent and you share a common great-grand-parent.
Dutch Artists Celebrate George Orwell's Birthday By Putting Party Hats On Surveillance Cameras
On Tuesday, surveillance cameras in the center of the city of Utrecht were decorated with colorful party hats to celebrate the 110th birthday of George Orwell, Dutch art duo Front404 explained on their website.
Continued at http://www.buzzfeed.com/ellievhall/dutch-artists-celebrate-george-orwells-birthday-by-adorning
@ The Wrong Guy - the link was borked for me.
Here's a working URL: http://www.buzzfeed.com/ellievhall/dutch-artists-celebrate-george-orwells-birthday-by-adorning
Some Lulzy Photos for the article!
Thanks for pointing out the mistake. I've fixed it in the post.
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