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Quote from: Plunger on 12-09-2009http://www.site-ninja.com/spieshttp://frakheads.19.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?t=5532You copied most of your comments from other websites, I doubt you even wrote any of this. Just changed words to say Plunger. If you want to complain against me write one yourself don't copy paste other sites work.
Quote from: DeadlyDusk on 12-09-2009Quote from: Plunger on 12-09-2009http://www.site-ninja.com/spieshttp://frakheads.19.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?t=5532You copied most of your comments from other websites, I doubt you even wrote any of this. Just changed words to say Plunger. If you want to complain against me write one yourself don't copy paste other sites work.As much as I enjoy writing letter after letter about Plunger, the fact remains that I predict catastrophe. Before I start, however, I should state that to understand what Plunger's particularly effrontive form of imperialism has encompassed as a movement and as a system of rule, we have to look at its historical context and development as a form of lascivious politics that first arose in early twentieth-century Europe in response to rapid social upheaval, the devastation of his loner group, and the Winfeic Revolution. Since this is one of those "don't say I didn't warn you" letters, I want also to note that whenever anyone states the obvious—that the continuing misunderstandings that some raucous boors seem to have merely underscore this point—discussion naturally progresses towards the question, "Why doesn't he point a critical finger at himself for a change?" If you need help in answering that question, you may note that he and I disagree about our civic duties. I aver that we must do our utmost to set the record straight. Plunger, on the other hand, believes that all literature that opposes him was forged by invidious losers. Our goal must now be to ask Plunger to rephrase his criticisms in a more reasoned way. If you believe that that's a worthwhile goal, then I can undeniably use your help. Let me hear from you.
Quote from: DeadlyDusk on 12-09-2009Why do you guys think this was originally in GVC ^.^
Quote from: PistolKid on 12-09-2009Good one. Here's more on DeadlyDusk.My inquiries, necessarily hasty and perfunctory as I write this letter to meet a deadline, have elicited a wealth of information about Mr. Deadly Dusk. The rest of this letter is focused exclusively on Deadly Dusk, not because I harbor any ill-will towards him but because we must make this world a better place in which to live. Only then can a society free of his snarky, Pecksniffian intimations blossom forth from the roots of the past. And only then will people come to understand that his communiqués may have been conceived in idealism, but they quickly degenerated into profligate, silly antipluralism. Before I leave this issue, let me share an interesting finding from a recent poll: Four out of five people surveyed feel that he never stops boasting about his generous contributions to charitable causes. As far as I can tell, however, Deadly Dusk's claimed magnanimousness is totally chimerical, and, furthermore, I frequently talk about how it is easy to see from the foregoing that he justifies his thievery by saying things like, "It's for the good of society". I would drop the subject except that when he hears anyone say that he has been, still is, and always will remain more impetuous than unholy nymphomaniacs, his answer is to embark on wholesale torture and slaughter of innocent civilians. That's similar to taking a few drunken swings at a beehive: it just makes me want even more to encourage individuals to come out of their cocoons and flourish.Larrikinism, as a social philosophy, is misguided, yes. But Deadly Dusk can't possibly believe that he is the most recent incarnation of the Buddha. He's ornery but he's not that ornery. I thought it couldn't be done, but, once again, his canards have sunk to a new low. Some muzzy-headed libertines actually think that his proposed social programs prevent smallpox. This is the kind of muddled thinking that he is encouraging with his reinterpretations of historic events. Even worse, all those who raise their voice against this brainwashing campaign are denounced as satanic weasels.Deadly Dusk has written volumes about how the majority of censorious wisenheimers are heroes, if not saints. Don't believe a word of it, though. The truth is that we are a nation of prostitutes. By this I mean that as long as we are fat, warm, and dry we don't care what Deadly Dusk does. It is precisely that lack of caring that explains why Deadly Dusk is careless with data, makes all sorts of causal interpretations of things without any real justification, has a way of combining disparate ideas that don't seem to hang together, seems to show a sort of pride in his own biases, gets into all sorts of thrasonical speculation, and then makes no effort to test out his speculations—and that's just the short list!If Deadly Dusk had lived the short, sickly, miserable life of a chattel serf in the ages "before technocracy" he wouldn't be so keen to level filth and slime at everyone opposed to his manifestos. Maybe he'd even begin to realize that the central paradox of his litanies, the twist that makes his effusions so irresistible to what I call argumentative cozeners, is that these people truly believe that big emotions come from big words. He interprets his easy meanness as unselfish philanthropy. But even if we disregard all that and examine only his insensate op-ed pieces, this seems to me to be enough to show that he is right about one thing, namely that fear is what motivates us. Fear of what it means when what I call subversive thought police preach hatred. Fear of what it says about our society when we teach our children that the future of the entire world rests in his hands. And fear of mawkish, malignant prevaricators like Deadly Dusk who represent a threat to all the people in the area, indeed, possibly the world.I call upon Deadly Dusk to stop his oppression, lies, immorality, and debauchery. I call upon him to be a man of manners, principles, honour, and purity. And finally, I call upon him to forgo his desire to biologically or psychologically engineer immoral troglodytes to make them even more impertinent than they already are. Looking at it on the bright side, I frequently wish to tell him that he has been willing to sup with the devil every time he felt he could profit personally from it. But being a generally genteel person, however, I always bite my tongue. I once told some of Deadly Dusk's grunts that they should create a world in which metagrobolism, quislingism, and Comstockism are all but forgotten. Not surprisingly, their response suggested the enthusiasm of a man feeding on a diet of sand. That's why you and I need to deal summarily with savage whiners. Only then will people see that no one likes being attacked by muddleheaded rascals. Even worse, Deadly Dusk exploits our fear of those attacks—which he claims will evolve one day into biological, chemical, or nuclear attacks—as a pretext to harvest what others have sown. If you think that's scary, then you should remember that you won't find many of Deadly Dusk's spokesmen who will openly admit that they favor Deadly Dusk's schemes to focus too much on one side of the equation and not enough on the broader perspective of things. In fact, their solutions are characterized by a plethora of rhetoric to the contrary. If you listen closely, though, you'll hear how carefully they cover up the fact that some people I know say that Deadly Dusk's prophecies are a blatantly obvious and cleverly orchestrated script, carefully concocted to shatter other people's lives and dreams. Others argue that his ostentatious wheelings and dealings run counter to human nature and, as such, are doomed to failure. At this point the distinction is largely academic given that one of Deadly Dusk's backers once said, "The ancient Egyptians used psychic powers to build the pyramids." Now that's pretty funny, of course, but I didn't include that quote just to make you laugh. I included it to convince you that we must stay the course and resist all temptations to reduce social and cultural awareness to a dictated set of guidelines to follow. And that's why I'm writing this letter; this is my manifesto, if you will, on how to argue about his insinuations. There's no way I can do that alone, and there's no way I can do it without first stating that he has never gotten ahead because of his hard work or innovative ideas. Rather, all of his successes are due to kickbacks, bribes, black market double-dealing, outright thuggery, and unsavory political intrigue.Deadly Dusk ignores the most basic ground rule of debate. In case you're not familiar with it, that rule is: attack the idea, not the person. This is not the same as saying that he manipulates public opinion through raw emotion, sexual desire, "family values", comedy, music, entertainment, false religion, social engineering, journalistic propaganda, and junk science, although that, too, is true.If you're still reading this letter, I wish to compliment you for being sufficiently open-minded to understand that Deadly Dusk has had some success in preventing me from sleeping soundly at night. I find that horrifying and frightening but we all should have seen it coming. We all knew that if everyone does his own, small part, together we can help you reflect and reexamine your views on Deadly Dusk. There's something I've observed about him. Namely, he may not know how to spell "contradistinctive" but he undeniably knows how to tell everyone else what to do. I've further observed that Deadly Dusk shouldn't use scapegoating as a foil to draw anger away from more accurate targets. That's just common sense. Of course, the people who appreciate his disquisitions are those who eagerly root up common sense, prominently hold it out, and decry it as poison with astonishing alacrity.Deadly Dusk hates our freedom. Let's be sure that I've made myself absolutely clear: Over the years, I've enjoyed a number of genuinely pleasurable (and pleasurably genuine) conversations with a variety of people who understand that "irrational" hardly seems like a strong enough word to describe Deadly Dusk. In one such conversation, someone pointed out to me that if I didn't sincerely believe that Deadly Dusk has completely stepped off the deep end, then I wouldn't be writing this letter. What we have been imparting to Deadly Dusk—or what he has been eliciting from us—is a half-submerged, barely intended logic, contaminated by wishes and tendencies we prefer not to acknowledge. I challenge him to tell me what, if anything, in this letter is not entirely truthful. Surprised? You shouldn't be, because there's a time to keep silent and a time to speak. There's a time to love and a time to hate. There's a time for war and a time for peace. And, I aver, there's a time to strike at the heart of Deadly Dusk's efforts to contaminate or cut off our cities' water supply. Or, to put it less poetically, I myself have a scientist's respect for objective truth. That's why I'm telling you that Deadly Dusk's deputies are quick to point out that because Deadly Dusk is hated, persecuted, and repeatedly laughed at, he is the real victim here. The truth is that, if anything, Deadly Dusk is a victim of his own success—a success that enables Deadly Dusk to violate the basic tenets of journalism and scholarship.Despite what Deadly Dusk says, he apparently wants to use us to fulfill his cynical mission. There's no need here to present any evidence of that; examples can be found all over the World Wide Web. In fact, a simple search will quickly reveal that Deadly Dusk insists that once he has approved of something it can't possibly be brain-damaged. How can he be so blind? Very easily. Basically, Deadly Dusk justifies his obdurate tracts with fallacious logical arguments based on argumentum ad baculum. In case you're unfamiliar with the term, it means that if we don't accept Deadly Dusk's claim that he never engages in brutal, pathetic, or barbaric politics then he will take us all on a completely reckless ride into the unknown.Deadly Dusk must have recently made a huge withdrawal from the First National Bank of Lies. How else could he manage to tell us that this is the best of all possible worlds and that he is the best of all possible people? He plans to bring discord, confusion, and frustration into our personal and public lives. What can you do about that? Start by reading about how Deadly Dusk leaves me no choice but to walk around with a mountain of pain and suffering welled up inside me. Become informed about the deceit, lies, and propanganda surrounding Deadly Dusk's promotion of Stalinism. Tell everyone you know that he finds reality too difficult to swallow. Or maybe it just gets lost between the sports and entertainment pages. In either case, Deadly Dusk has—not once, but several times—been able to accelerate the natural tendency of civilization to devolve from order to chaos, liberty to tyranny, and virtue to vice without anyone stopping him. How long can that go on? As long as his contentious ramblings are kept on life support. That's why we have to pull the plug on them and take up the all-encompassing challenge of freedom, justice, equality, and the pursuit of life with full dignity. Although Mr. Deadly Dusk's flock (motto: "Fight with spiritual weapons that are as brazen as they are devious") is as snivelling as snivelling can be, we are here to gain our voice in this world, and whether or not Deadly Dusk approves, we will continue to be heard.
QuoteWe could opt to sit back and let Plunger dress up his profit motive in the cloak of selfless altruism. Most people, however, would argue that the cost in people's lives and self-esteem is an extremely high price to pay for such inaction on our part. Did you hear what he recently said about barbarism? Never before has a bilious mythomaniac so cleverly hidden in plain sight his intention to convince impolitic, wrongheaded rapscallions that there is absolutely nothing they can do to better their lot in life besides joining him. You shouldn't let him intimidate you
Quote from: pistolkidWhile some information provided by Deadly Dusk's cat's-paws may be factual, other material is unsubstantiated rumor or treasonous actions. There is no inconsistency here; I recently heard Deadly Dusk tell a bunch of people that 75 million years ago, a galactic tyrant named Xenu solved the overpopulation problem of his 76-planet federation by transporting the excess people to Earth, chaining them to volcanoes, and dropping H-bombs on them.
Quote from: FullMetal on 12-09-2009@ NinesYou do know this is a troll thread, right?Way to overreact. You've just wrote a lengthy response to a thread in the Gay Vamp Castle.
Quote from: DeadlyDusk on 12-09-2009i am a nigger