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 21 
 on: September 14, 2016, 07:29:21 PM 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by K@
There once was an ugly duckling....

 22 
 on: September 13, 2016, 11:35:00 AM 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
"...yes, have to admit wodring that I'm not to happy about things at this point..." confided the goblin not one to drink that drink there but accepting the gesture, before adding "...so guess it's  pneumonia of the right knee if hillery says so, I mean if the empress says she is wearing clothes then who am I to say that I can't see them, but then again if it was parkison's, then it's "all eyes on her running mate" as he or she will then become the next president...", where suddenly des o'conner's voice shouts out to the audience around the goblin "...so there you have it folks, is the voter going to take the money or open the box now..."


 23 
 on: September 12, 2016, 10:55:48 PM 
Started by Caliope - Last post by wodring

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 24 
 on: September 12, 2016, 10:42:03 PM 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by wodring
That all seems a bit glum.  How about a little drinky to cheer ourselves up ?



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 on: September 09, 2016, 06:18:10 AM 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
("...no man is an island where ours is to witness then..." ventured the goblin observing that eastwest build up still, that puppetering therein, then admitting to himself that he never thought that he would live in a age where russia china iran and now iran too would be so resolved as not to be the puppets of the western franchise as to drop their differences standing together so to speak, adding "...if history is anything to go by currency war leads to trade war leads to proxy war , though between outsourcing production while offshoring profits and plunging the country into an insurmountable debt too the multinationals together with the banks have gutted america leaving it a political fanfare so indebted that it can't even raise interest rates by 25basis point, or a quarter of one present in other words, no the west stands down at this point, the west cannot supply europe with fuel because there is no infrastructure to do so, whereas the east only has to be friendly...")

repost from elsewhere, on unrequited love

"...and how one just flays one's back with one's own past each time..." went the goblin relating to that post there, where all those things one couldn't ask her then, and those truths one couldn't utter too are now left unsaid because the relationship is far in the past though all but forgotten not, adding "...ah yes, at times I could hate love itself for showing me as who I was back then..."


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 26 
 on: September 08, 2016, 09:02:11 PM 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by wodring


and then the goblin laughed, continuing "...alright, it's more like punch and judy for adults perhpas, but still "live" so to speak, and so much more fun too..."



If thou art playing Punch, goblin,  beware where the puppeteer might have his hand.

 27 
 on: September 08, 2016, 10:00:30 AM 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
("...this thread is ever mine, you can post but I always post back..." smiled the goblin)

repost from elsewhere

"...ah now, I do both, I wing a reply in brackets first and then polish it into something better later..." replied the goblin knowing that something worth reading twice was worth writing twice, adding "...truth is that forums are slowly becoming somewhere to read the posters now, that's why I know too that if my persona becomes known across forumland, then my readership, something that doubles up as my feeding pool then, will grow with it, and yet I'm well aware that each new reader is not some docile bookreader like before, no they're active posters in their own right now, turning this into some modern day correspondence as it were, where books are for their lack of this interaction more like watching films, intense films or otherwise, where posting was more like standing on a stage with an audience just there then...", and then the goblin laughed, continuing "...alright, it's more like punch and judy for adults perhpas, but still "live" so to speak, and so much more fun too..."


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 28 
 on: September 07, 2016, 11:20:53 PM 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by wodring


Whoops! pardon me .... I broke winned....

 29 
 on: August 19, 2016, 11:46:07 AM 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
("...pas de chance..." dit le goblin)

repost from elsewhere

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"The media think that they're God. They make people believe in what they want them to believe. They're think they're more powerful then any holy man trying to spread his message to his fellows. For example the campaign adds they show. You don't know what to believe but they want you to believe everything."

"...don't I love this thread then..." went the goblin again thinking upon something now then explaining "...when some economic system fails, it usually sinks into period of terror where not only are resources confiscated but also knowledge is either suppressed or discarded, where slowly those places with enough self-sufficiency and willpower gain their actual independence, true, but even there too, knowledge will be at a premium, for look at the fall of the western roman empire followed by the dark ages then, and just how quickly and how primitive it became without knowledge, so much so that a few generations later they were unable to build a three story building even, where all that lost knowledge, on law, medicine, architecture, warfare, and the like, took a thousand years between ad 4th to the 15th century, to return via italy from the muslim world in what we now call the renaissance...", simply if knowledge is power then its suppression, extinction, or simple replacement by something less powerful becomes a clear goal in itself, something that "the powers that be" can ill afford to overlook then, concluding "...today, for example, ourdearmedia is all either news without views or views without news resulting in either "one's not fully knowing about events" or in "one's not fully understanding them", where simply the only thing one clearly understands from what they do cover in the news, is that there's probably something else that they are covering up by it..."


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 30 
 on: August 19, 2016, 11:01:44 AM 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by K@
Je suis le champ!

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