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Found while surfing
Posted by: McQ on Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Sometimes you just can't make this stuff up. From a "fan" of sorts I guess, or something (his "myspace" post):
Well first myspace eats my rather lengthly post on why it's unfair to blame young people for ever believing the jingoistic propaganda there taught for twelve years as "the history of US foreign policy" even for a second. This could be subtitled it's not that suprising that people get less introventionist as they age, or alternatively the reason why people hate the hippies is because they are right.

So then I was going to do a post on how Mcq is going on and on about how this plan in Iraq will work, just like he has about every plan for Iraq since his blog started. However cunningly his has constructed his blog archive so that it is impossible to navigate effeciently, so advantage right-wing-blogosphere.

In conclusion Aleister Corwley was a loon, but I find myself having a vauge respect for the guy.
Er, spelling included.

Who knew I'd cleverly constructed this blog so that "it is impossible to navigate efficiently" (note: I have never had any hand whatsoever in the construction of any part of this blog, nor is it my blog)? Heh ... guess the search button just flat escaped his notice.

But I do appreciate him at least considering my "going on and on about how this plan in Iraq will work" worthy of a post ... after myspace ate his first post. I guess it ate that one too.

He then mentions 'vague respect' for a Aleister Corwley. Leads you to wonder how this guy could consider anyone else a loon, doesn't it? OK, that's harsh, but really, "vague respect" for Aleister Corwley? If you're in the mood go read about that nut-bag at the link this fellow provides.

Anyway, moving on ... more worlds to discover, more frontiers to conquer and a lot less myspace links to explore, I promise.
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"Do what thou wilt shall be the whole the Law." Aleister Crowley
Democratic Party and its Left wingnuts motto?
Written By: James E. Fish
I think that’s more of an anarchist’s credo. And Jimmy Page rules! [/guitar lick]
Written By: MichaelW
I think that’s more of an anarchist’s credo.
Like I said Democratic Party supporters.
Written By: James E. Fish
I was just introventing the other day and thinking, you know, this isn’t as much fun as it used to be. I see now that I can blame aging for my recent lack of enthusiasm for introvention.

And all this time I thought we were supposed to hate hippies because, well, just because! But maybe hating them because they are right is the way to for thought, man, food for thought.
Written By: Robby
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I guess it’s good that someone is talking about you, even if he is functionally illiterate.
Written By: Trevor
I bet that myspace page is glasnost’s real identity :)
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