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post #46 of 57
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Ah subliminal effect make lumpen proletarian ( sorry for you) to vote . That´s why I always defended that the right to vote must be only for those who get a IQ higher than 100 and never, never to workers or low class ones who are easy to manipulate.

Aaannnnd this makes nine.
post #47 of 57
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The future of mankind can´t be at the hands of mediocre people unable to create anything but follow orders to live.

That's ten. I'm accepting bids...
post #48 of 57
Corniche , you are superb...A mixture of Benito Mussolini and Sylvio Berlusconi .

SF needs more characters like you.
post #49 of 57
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Thanks for your compliments again. What made you change your mind about me? Just curious
i looked deep inside and realized that you were right, that i was indeed an east asian man-child who sold fake borrelli sportcoats and could benefit from a neuronin replacement so as to better serve as a slave to you and the rest of the upper white class (i think that's how you put it). after accepting that, the rest was pretty easy. fyi folks, i have a borrelli sportcoat I need to unload to afford that neuronin replacement. pm for details.
post #50 of 57
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Originally Posted by mccvi View Post
i looked deep inside and realized that you were right, that i was indeed an east asian man-child who sold fake borrelli sportcoats and could benefit from a neuronin replacement so as to better serve as a slave to you and the rest of the upper white class (I think that's how you put it).

after accepting that, the rest was pretty easy.

fyi folks, i have a borrelli sportcoat I need to unload to afford that neuronin replacement. pm for details.

The more I read Corniche , the more relevant his personal philosophy is influencing the way I see the world.
post #51 of 57
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Corniche , you are superb...A mixture of Benito Mussolini and Sylvio Berlusconi . SF needs more characters like you.
Well, thanks for comparing me with those two who kept away Italy from the communism. The world needs more heroes as Il Cavalieri.
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i looked deep inside and realized that you were right, that i was indeed an east asian man-child who sold fake borrelli sportcoats and could benefit from a neuronin replacement so as to better serve as a slave to you and the rest of the upper white class (i think that's how you put it). after accepting that, the rest was pretty easy. fyi folks, i have a borrelli sportcoat I need to unload to afford that neuronin replacement. pm for details.
post #52 of 57
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Originally Posted by Corniche View Post
I mean evolution in the Darwin sense. evolution:
Well, see, that's where you were thrown off. Darwin observed and documented the phylogenetic differences and similarities as they progressed from one generation to the next within species. A person's personal development over time, endogenously or exogenously, is a progression, not an evolution. Please refer to William Safire for further clarification. Happy to help serve the more intelligent races and classes. Your humble servant.
post #53 of 57
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Originally Posted by mccvi View Post
Well, see, that's where you were thrown off. Darwin observed and documented the phylogenetic differences and similarities as they progressed from one generation to the next within species. A person's personal development over time, endogenously or exogenously, is a progression, not an evolution. Please refer to William Safire for further clarification.

Happy to help serve the more intelligent races and classes. Your humble servant.

Corniche could be using you as speech writer for his Style Forum statements.

Do you know your Phalangista from your fascio?
post #54 of 57
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Ah subliminal effect make lumpen proletarian ( sorry for you) to vote .

You realise lumpenproletariat is originally a Marxist term don't you Corniche? What are you, some kind of communist?
post #55 of 57
Willie Brown is definitely an exception.
post #56 of 57
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You realise lumpenproletariat is originally a Marxist term don't you Corniche? What are you, some kind of communist?


He is a reactionary commie , like every communist left on the planet...

For you guys , is he more a admirer of : 1:Francisco Franco
2:Benito Mussolini
3:Adolf Hitler
4: Sylvio berlusconi
5:Aznar
6:All of the above
post #57 of 57
7:A Dust.
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