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Who is vaclava krishna?

Bona Drag

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Let's get to the bottom of this.
 

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He is the renown inventor of the triple tweed. That's all I care to know.
 

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Whoops, meant to put this in General; you can delete this, or close it, or whatever...
 

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They seek him here, they seek him there, His clothes are loud, but never square. It will make or break him so he's got to buy the best, 'cause hes a dedicated follower of fashion. And when he does his little rounds, 'round the boutiques of london town, Eagerly pursuing all the latest fads and trends, cause hes a dedicated follower of fashion. Oh yes he is (oh yes he is), oh yes he is (oh yes he is). He thinks he is a flower to be looked at, And when he pulls his frilly nylon panties right up tight, He feels a dedicated follower of fashion.
 

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Originally Posted by Lucky Strike
He's John Galt.

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(a kindred spirit; objectivism lives!)
 

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Originally Posted by LARon
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(a kindred spirit; objectivism lives!)

Well - someone got the reference - I have to admit that I only took Ayn Rand entirely seriously for about two weeks when I was 16, though. I suspect our local bodhisattva's philosophy is far from Rand's, though.
 

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Originally Posted by Lucky Strike
I suspect our local bodhisattva's philosophy is far from Rand's, though.

And that would be? (but be brief, as we're really off topic here)
 

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Is my memory playing tricks or wasn't there one persona prior to Vaclav. What username came up with the kite?

Edit: I remember..Lazarillo!
 

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Originally Posted by LARon
And that would be? (but be brief, as we're really off topic here)
Well, hinduism (or maybe buddhism), in mr. Krishna's case?
 

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Thank you for your interest, expressed, but rather of Who Is ,I wish to speak of, What Is, as is, What Is that 3rd eye, looking from the paisley tie?

To caress little of my philosophy, I have mixed here: Hinduism, Buddhism, Tradism, and meat smoking(sausage and bacon).

A woman who took my heart, previous, introduced me to Krishna conscious, before leaving me for the Yogi, after she caught me, asI snuck some smoked meat product after midnight. It was at this junction, which I decided to make my own Spiritual Wardrobe, 1 that could appeal to the average, Paul Stuart customer.

I hope later, to explain this further .



Truely,
Vaclava Krishna
 

Dakota rube

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Please send me several ounces of whatever it is that inspires posts like this one VK. You obviously have much better sources than I.
 

vaclava krishna

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Originally Posted by Dakota rube
Please send me several ounces of whatever it is that inspires posts like this one VK. You obviously have much better sources than I.


Dakota, I will prepare, a special jaternice to send for you.
 

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and meat smoking(sausage and bacon).
For a second there I was trying to figure out how you get bacon and sausage in a bong.
 

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Originally Posted by Lucky Strike
Well - someone got the reference - I have to admit that I only took Ayn Rand entirely seriously for about two weeks when I was 16, though. I suspect our local bodhisattva's philosophy is far from Rand's, though.

I also got the reference, but I didn't want to get into the merits of objectivism (or complete lack thereof).
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