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Postby GorillaGal » Thu Feb 15, 2007 1:12 am

YES KARMA! you got the idea now
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Postby shahmaran » Thu Feb 15, 2007 1:24 am

GorillaGal wrote:YES KARMA! you got the idea now


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Postby miltiades » Thu Feb 15, 2007 9:14 pm

Eliko wrote:miltiades, the practice of 'Self Castigation' is an accepted ritual in many religions, I would not wish to practice it myself but am not qualified to condemn it.

There are numerous ritualistic procedures carried out in several areas of the world, that is the way the peoples of those countries display their beliefs, it is not the duty of the West to change them, I would rather say that it is more of a duty to understand them.

The ability to bear physical pain is an important issue among some folk, it may even be preferable to the mental anxieties inflicted on those of other nations, think about it, a short period of pain or a lifetime of anxiety.

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Cannibalism was also an accepted ritual in some "cultures" and so is the breaking of limbs of children in order that they can be , the children , more successful beggars , who am I TO CONDEMNE SUCH BARBARIC ACTS !!! You do really piss me off with your immature and totaly preposterous analogies . I suggest you really do seriously review your logic capacity because frankly my dear I think you need a spell away from bird flue inflicted birds . We are talking about mutilation of children for gods sake not no some bloody rain dance ritual.
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Postby Eliko » Thu Feb 15, 2007 10:12 pm

In Ireland, some remote villagers have developed a novel method when it becomes necessary to clean the chimney, they take a 'Goose' and place it in the cold grate, they then cover the opening.

The 'Goose' then panics, flaps it's wings violently and scrambles up the chimney, miltiades, you never saw such an effective procedure.

Could that be the 'Bird Flue' you are referring to I wonder?.............. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Postby Eliko » Thu Feb 15, 2007 10:37 pm

miltiades, I did review my logic capacity (as you suggestd) hence the brevity of the above, however, back to the issue, are you suggesting that the attack on Iraq was justified Sir?. :?: :?: :?: :?: :?:
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Postby miltiades » Thu Feb 15, 2007 11:14 pm

Eliko , will you kindly abandon the patronising attitude that you have so often exhibited towards me. I'm not titled , not yet any way , though I do confess a royal lady, who shall remain anonymous , enjoyed enormously one of my delectable sausages .
To answer your question regarding the attack on Iraq , I would have thought that I made this clear on many occasions. The answer is a resounding Yes. Next question son.
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Postby Eliko » Thu Feb 15, 2007 11:37 pm

miltiades, If the 'Royal Lady' to refer to is the one I have in mind, I am sure she enjoyed the 'Sausage' of many other gentlemen in her sad life.

I am somewhat perplexed by your 'resounding yes' since it indicates that you have not considered the opinions of the majority Americans, indeed, at the current disapproval rate, you will probably find yourself standing alone very soon, when that time comes miltiades, I will offer you my sincere condolences.

No further questions Sir. :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink:
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Postby miltiades » Fri Feb 16, 2007 12:02 am

Here you go again Eliko , the impertinently patronising Sir !! I know I'm 60 and you a baby but please no need for that !!
As for standing alone , well Isaac Newton did and so did Archimedes , or was it Thoukipapadopoulos , and who said : a man standing on his own makes a hell of lot more sense than a man standing with a crowd .
For your information this Royal lady is alive and kicking and still finds my mouth watering nutritious sausages irresistibly adorable.
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Postby shahmaran » Fri Feb 16, 2007 3:35 am

well miltiades, untill you discover gravity or some very fundamental physics or mathematical principles, we shall watch you sit there ALONE and be a misirable bitter old git , desperately holding on to his ancient right-wing views and incapable of going beyond his capacity...
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Postby Eliko » Fri Feb 16, 2007 5:37 am

miltiades, I do not consider it patronising to address you Sir, you are an older man and are entitled to the respect of the younger generation, such is the manner in which I was raised, please do not take offence to my use of the word as it is part of my cultural background, to show some respect to those of the previous generation.

We are taught such niceties since they are responsible for our development, we do not offer insult when in dispute but are taught to reason, that is why we are able to perceive evil in it's early stages, that is why we are able to surmount such evil and condemn it.

Were we to meet, I would be expected to kiss your hand miltiades, even though my desire might be to give you a good kick in the arse for your past insults, you know nothing of me Sir, you are old enough to appreciate the value of what I convey to you, your children and grand children depend upon your example and the fact that you have supported your marriage for forty years, is indicative of the fact that you must be a reasonable man to some degree.

Congratulations to you on your 'Ruby Wedding' anniversary, (possibly belated), good health and happiness to you and your family. :) :) :) :) :)
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