|Reefer Fez - 2009-01-26 |
Anarchy sounds good to me, but then someone asks, "Who'll fix the sewers?"
Will the rednecks just play king of the neighborhood?
|Dinanukht - 2009-01-26 |
Ah, back in the good old days–when you could be a "famous anarchist leader" and still be taken seriously by reporters.
wait... are you implying that Noam Chomsky is taken seriously by the press? C-Span doesn't count.
|Cena_mark - 2009-01-26 |
Cool. As a Libertarian I'm only a few steps away from Anarchy.
But also only a few steps above a gold fish. Also given that the anarchists want mutual AID where people in COMMUNES work together and HELP ONE ANOTHER...
Oh! You almost got me, baleen.
Menudo con queso
Minus the ability to understand corporate power as the planet's most first or second worst tyranny.
My mistake. This is the type of Communist Anarchy I hate, and not the total free market anarchy I desire.
And Mexican Name Guy, Government is the worst tyranny in the world. Governments can kill and imprison people to achieve its goals. Corporations may not. Corporations are forced to bend to governments just as we are.
That's a joke right? Governments don't bend to the will of corporate power?
|bac - 2009-01-26 |
We need the "Old woman!" "Man!" "Sorry, who lives in that castle?"
clip from Holy Grail to go along with this skit.
|kamlem - 2009-01-26 |
The whole doco here...
|Desidiosus - 2009-01-26 |
There were moments when I thought she was going to say, "Uh.. could you hold the cue card a little closer, please?"
In other words, FAKE
|Menudo con queso - 2009-01-26 |
Five fore the Jewiest narrator ever.
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