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Re: evil pim's monologue Q&A

Postby who me » Sat Oct 09, 2010 1:31 am

why is every one so surprised ? its a evil dystopia.
ruled with a Iron fist.you have to live healthy and get plenty of exercise.
we force you to work (in a job that suits your abilities)
and you must go on mandatory vacations, every year.
MU HA HA HA HA HAAAAAAA!

the beginning of this thread describes a good but of the health care plan.

but just wait you think that is EVIL we are going to standardise paper sizes to, and
rubs hands use the metric measurements!
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Re: evil pim's monologue Q&A

Postby Asp Zelazny » Sat Oct 09, 2010 1:34 pm

Well, shoot. I don't drink (much) and I'm not dead yet, metric dystopias (good buts or no) aren't my thing either ... am I going to have to support the *shudder* Democrats, or the *whimper* Republicans?
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Re: evil pim's monologue Q&A

Postby samaulle_esun » Sat Oct 09, 2010 6:17 pm

In Australia we have Labour, and Liberal/Coalition party. Labour's left, and Liberals right, though a hell of a lot of people vote for the Greens party. The Greens support Labour so I guess Labour loose a lot of votes because of that.

You could always do a donkey vote /:
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Re: evil pim's monologue Q&A

Postby who me » Sun Oct 10, 2010 1:06 am

Asp Zelazny wrote:Well, shoot. I don't drink (much) and I'm not dead yet, metric dystopias (good buts or no) aren't my thing either ... am I going to have to support the *shudder* Democrats, or the *whimper* Republicans?


its a evil dystopia, it does not matter who you vote for, just like now a days. Why change a perfectly good system?
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Re: evil pim's monologue Q&A

Postby Boikat » Sun Oct 10, 2010 3:19 am

Asp Zelazny wrote:Well, shoot. I don't drink (much) and I'm not dead yet, metric dystopias (good buts or no) aren't my thing either ... am I going to have to support the *shudder* Democrats, or the *whimper* Republicans?


Vote the Drunken Zombie ticket, instead. Granted, there's not much of a differnece between a drunken zombie and any given current politician.
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Re: evil pim's monologue Q&A

Postby Asp Zelazny » Sun Oct 10, 2010 10:12 am

You mean you can vote for them without being one?
But I checked them out too ... and noticed that they have generated just about as much excitement for this current election as the Democrats have. What, did you all go into rehab, or did both arms fall off?
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Zombie the Vote!

Postby Qray » Wed Oct 13, 2010 10:29 pm

Labour, Liberal/Coalition, Democrats, Republicans...

Not a single one of them has, as part of their party platform, a plan to deal with the possible onslaught of a metric dystopia. None have considered what will happen to personal liberties once rice puff diets are introduced or what may occur to the coffee table book industry once book size standardization comes into effect.

There's only one political party that has your backs against such atrocities and that's the monkey cannon armed Drunken Zombie Party (ask about our new Zombie Trebuchet and get a free trial sized bottle of Stoli!)

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Asp Zelazny wrote:Well, shoot. I don't drink (much) and I'm not dead yet, metric dystopias (good buts or no) aren't my thing either ... am I going to have to support the *shudder* Democrats, or the *whimper* Republicans?


its a evil dystopia, it does not matter who you vote for, just like now a days. Why change a perfectly good system?


Which is the reason we need a viable third party option. And in the absence of viability, or common sense, Zombie the Vote.
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Re: evil pim's monologue Q&A

Postby Asp Zelazny » Thu Oct 14, 2010 3:33 am

OK then ... how do you get Zombies into Three Buckets (or whatever ... )

I'll stop by to pick up the Stoli.
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Re: evil pim's monologue Q&A

Postby Boikat » Thu Oct 14, 2010 1:10 pm

Asp Zelazny wrote:OK then ... how do you get Zombies into Three Buckets (or whatever ... )


Easy, you put a brain in the bucket.

I'll stop by to pick up the Stoli.


I'll bring the cracklin's.
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Re: evil pim's monologue Q&A

Postby Asp Zelazny » Fri Oct 15, 2010 7:02 pm

Then with 3 buckets of brains, I've got to head out to find Q to pick up the promised Stoli. Be sure to singe off the hair before you fry up them cracklin's, Boikat. Meet you there ...
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