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Re: Do Cypriots speak Tagalog now, or are they just confused

Postby supporttheunderdog » Sun Dec 23, 2012 12:14 am

kurupetos wrote:
supporttheunderdog wrote:indeedy doody - horse lover - as for Phil the Greek being Greek, I think he might have had one Greek Ancestor about 500 years back - his family was of course German/Danish imposed on the Greeks by the European great powers to bring Greece within the family business of monarchical rule, and if I recall he was stateless after his family were foced to flee Greece. Now the boy has done good you want him back?

:lol: I confused you.

A great Englishman* (rare :lol: ) once said, "We are all Greeks". :wink:

*:Percy Bysshe Shelley

that poof?
Hellenism and Homoeroticism seem to have gone together:
http://paganpressbooks.com/jpl/HHREV3.HTM
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Re: Do Cypriots speak Tagalog now, or are they just confused

Postby ZoC » Sun Dec 23, 2012 12:31 am

kurupetos wrote:
supporttheunderdog wrote:indeedy doody - horse lover - as for Phil the Greek being Greek, I think he might have had one Greek Ancestor about 500 years back - his family was of course German/Danish imposed on the Greeks by the European great powers to bring Greece within the family business of monarchical rule, and if I recall he was stateless after his family were foced to flee Greece. Now the boy has done good you want him back?

:lol: I confused you.

A great Englishman* (rare :lol: ) once said, "We are all Greeks". :wink:

*:Percy Bysshe Shelley


that jew lover?
hellenism and zionism seem to have gone together:
http://www.litgothic.com/Texts/wj_soliloquy.html
Where is the noonday pestilence that slew
The myriad sons of Israel's favoured nation?
Where the destroying minister that flew
Pouring the fiery tide of desolation
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Re: Do Cypriots speak Tagalog now, or are they just confused

Postby kurupetos » Sun Dec 23, 2012 4:14 pm

ZoC wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
supporttheunderdog wrote:indeedy doody - horse lover - as for Phil the Greek being Greek, I think he might have had one Greek Ancestor about 500 years back - his family was of course German/Danish imposed on the Greeks by the European great powers to bring Greece within the family business of monarchical rule, and if I recall he was stateless after his family were foced to flee Greece. Now the boy has done good you want him back?

:lol: I confused you.

A great Englishman* (rare :lol: ) once said, "We are all Greeks". :wink:

*:Percy Bysshe Shelley


that jew lover?
hellenism and zionism seem to have gone together:
http://www.litgothic.com/Texts/wj_soliloquy.html
Where is the noonday pestilence that slew
The myriad sons of Israel's favoured nation?
Where the destroying minister that flew
Pouring the fiery tide of desolation

He doesn't refer to the state of Israel though, because it didn't exist in the 19th century. :roll:
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Re: Do Cypriots speak Tagalog now, or are they just confused

Postby kurupetos » Sun Dec 23, 2012 4:16 pm

supporttheunderdog wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
supporttheunderdog wrote:indeedy doody - horse lover - as for Phil the Greek being Greek, I think he might have had one Greek Ancestor about 500 years back - his family was of course German/Danish imposed on the Greeks by the European great powers to bring Greece within the family business of monarchical rule, and if I recall he was stateless after his family were foced to flee Greece. Now the boy has done good you want him back?

:lol: I confused you.

A great Englishman* (rare :lol: ) once said, "We are all Greeks". :wink:

*:Percy Bysshe Shelley

that poof?
Hellenism and Homoeroticism seem to have gone together:
http://paganpressbooks.com/jpl/HHREV3.HTM

Oh, now you are a homophobe you hypocritical dog! :roll: :lol:
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Re: Do Cypriots speak Tagalog now, or are they just confused

Postby ZoC » Sun Dec 23, 2012 6:17 pm

kurupetos wrote:
ZoC wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
*:Percy Bysshe Shelley


that jew lover?
hellenism and zionism seem to have gone together:
http://www.litgothic.com/Texts/wj_soliloquy.html
Where is the noonday pestilence that slew
The myriad sons of Israel's favoured nation?
Where the destroying minister that flew
Pouring the fiery tide of desolation

He doesn't refer to the state of Israel though, because it didn't exist in the 19th century. :roll:


it must be a source of comfort to be so mind-numbingly oblivious to the world...
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Re: Do Cypriots speak Tagalog now, or are they just confused

Postby supporttheunderdog » Sun Dec 23, 2012 6:21 pm

and I think at the time he was writing neither did the Greek State.....
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Re: Do Cypriots speak Tagalog now, or are they just confused

Postby kurupetos » Sun Dec 23, 2012 7:44 pm

supporttheunderdog wrote:and I think at the time he was writing neither did the Greek State.....

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Re: Do Cypriots speak Tagalog now, or are they just confused

Postby kurupetos » Sun Dec 23, 2012 7:47 pm

ZoC wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
ZoC wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
*:Percy Bysshe Shelley


that jew lover?
hellenism and zionism seem to have gone together:
http://www.litgothic.com/Texts/wj_soliloquy.html
Where is the noonday pestilence that slew
The myriad sons of Israel's favoured nation?
Where the destroying minister that flew
Pouring the fiery tide of desolation

He doesn't refer to the state of Israel though, because it didn't exist in the 19th century. :roll:


it must be a source of comfort to be so mind-numbingly oblivious to the world...

Yes it is. :?
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