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2009-01-21 12:53:16 AM
DigitalGadfly: Tor_Eckman: Greymalkin

He only wrote that because his greatest hope was to fark his sister.

Nietzsche is often quoted by small minded college students who are in love with the nihilism the man possessed. He was laughed at and ignored by his contemporaries, shunned by society and never could get a relationship with a woman.

No wonder he rails against intellectuals, society and women.

And Tor_Eckman is right, that guy was sick in love with his mom and sister.


yeah, and did you know that albert einstein always had an F in maths?!

no wonder he possessed all that relativism.

/ignore list
//lol
 
2009-01-21 01:33:11 AM
Shilar: Except he'd be a lawyer and law professor, community organizer, and failed state and federal senator.

and that's certainly a step up from failed oilman, failed baseball team owner and failed governor.

FTFY


I'll grant you that he wasn't a failed governor. neither was obama a failed senator.
 
2009-01-21 01:47:49 AM
FARKYOU ALL: Why are we dancing in the streets for a guy who has done nothing to prove he can lead this country????

It's for everyone's benefit that we be dancing in the streets. With the omnipresent specter of conservatism, we must do all that we can. As you should know, it's the safety dance.
 
2009-01-21 01:49:11 AM
Only time will tell how this will end.

/hopes all goes well and as planned
 
2009-01-21 01:52:42 AM
Darquewillow Elventhing: Only time will tell how this will end.

/hopes all goes well and as planned


Heavens, what do you think this is? PBS? Giving a patient, measured thought. Such reckless disregard...

/a good position for most things.
 
2009-01-21 02:50:05 AM
DigitalGadfly: Tor_Eckman: Greymalkin

He only wrote that because his greatest hope was to fark his sister.

Nietzsche is often quoted by small minded college students who are in love with the nihilism the man possessed. He was laughed at and ignored by his contemporaries, shunned by society and never could get a relationship with a woman.

No wonder he rails against intellectuals, society and women.

And Tor_Eckman is right, that guy was sick in love with his mom and sister.


You clearly are such an intellectual cripple you don't realise that myth is such obvious BS snopes doesnt even bother debunking it. It is a lie based off a fake book attributed to Nietzche:

Link (new window)
 
2009-01-21 02:53:19 AM
Damn, must alwayz reememmber to chek spelink.
 
2009-01-21 04:21:38 AM
JOHNDX: Amazing...this is the clearly the biggest mistake America has made.

mark my words.


Uhhh, did you forget Bush elected Bush twice (maybe once or no times depending on how you look at it. It would be quite the feat for Obama to outfail Bush. Have you moron Republicans (the biggest part of the Republican party) already forgot what your "great leader" did to our country?
 
2009-01-21 08:48:39 AM
I didn't see anyone else doing it, so I figured I might as well do a half assed job.

img299.imageshack.us

Based on a real Secret Service badge...
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/Quick, dirty, and drunk. I know it sucks. Feel free to do better...
 
2009-01-21 10:04:07 AM
not reading all of that crap.
 
2009-01-21 10:36:49 AM
leftyblonde: not reading all of that crap.

THIS, and THIS:

woohoo change!



/sp, ftw
 
2009-01-21 10:46:50 AM
ryebread: I didn't see anyone else doing it, so I figured I might as well do a half assed job.



Based on a real Secret Service badge...


/Quick, dirty, and drunk. I know it sucks. Feel free to do better...


Nice. The Fark one should maybe read, "Uninformed Division", though.
 
2009-01-21 11:08:33 AM
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2009-01-21 01:08:22 PM
i59.photobucket.com
 
2009-01-21 02:34:04 PM
Well, I guess I can post to this thread to say later that I was here.

Watched the inauguration yesterday (on Fox whose commentators shut up and simply let the event happen without gratuitous fellating commentary). Have to say, I'd like to think that 4 years from now we'll all laugh at how he couldn't do the oath near as well as Biden did. Hopefully that just turns out to be nerves (which any human being ought to have in his place).

That all said, for all those braying at Bush leaving office, I too hope that in 4 years we can look back on Obama's term as being free from terrorist attack. I really have misgivings that Leon Panetta was the best his team could come up with for CIA director. The man has zero intel experience...and he's going to head the agency that's supposed to be the point of the spear in counter-terror intelligence? Not a good start...but I'll be pleased as punch to be proved wrong.

So, to say it publicly, I didn't vote for the man, I think he was the wrong choice (primarily due to inexperience)...but he was elected and he is my president now...so I support the man and his efforts to make the country a better place. I truly, fervently hope that all the koolaid he sold during his campaign turns out to be genuine and not the typical lying-politician-say-anything-to-get-a-vote scumbagism. That koolaid sold well but I can't help the feeling that we've been sold a bogus bill of goods at a time when we as a country can least afford it. I really want to be wrong...but around 200 years of American politics says the smart money isn't on my side on this.

God bless the president and the United States. Here's hoping we don't need blessing that much.

/to recap
//I'm American
///I didn't vote for Obama
////He won
//ergo, he is my president
 
2009-01-21 05:18:18 PM
i40.tinypic.com

This late in the thread you're only looking at the pictures anyway.
 
2009-01-21 10:21:03 PM
I was here.
 
2009-01-21 11:08:28 PM
I was there actually. Hence my late posting. I was there and I milled about in crowds and fed potatochips and sandwiches to the feral seagulls of DC. I walked to the Washington Monument, to the Vietnam War Memorial, to the Lincoln Memorial, to Arlington Cemetery, and I wished I could have shared that moment with my dad.

/but he's in Arlington Natl Cemetery, so I guess he was sorta there.
 
2009-01-23 06:15:06 AM
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