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Seneca of the Night wrote:
I am a RACIST! :shock: I notice stuff. Poor you. Have a lie down.
it's not quite up there with Spike Milligan's as an epitaph, but it has a certain something.
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Seneca of the Night wrote:
I am a RACIST! :shock: I notice stuff. Poor you. Have a lie down.
Ah, you see "stuff". You remind me of those chaps that you find in some squares preaching the bible and the end of the world out loud while hundreds of people literally walk pass them, trying to ignore them.

I do admire your dedication though.
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kiwinoz wrote:
pontifex wrote:One of the reasons I hold the positions I do, by the way, is that I love genuine cultural diversity. I see American cultural imperialism as a huge threat to that, and I see increasingly homogeneous cities across Europe and the world. I also see reactionary movements like radical Islam as a response to American cultural imperialism - you only have to read Qutb, or what they're saying now, to see that.
The EU has a lot to answer for in terms of a homogeneous Europe. Probably more so than the Yanks culture.
I think it's a mix of everything. Plus cheap long distance travel.

I don't like the Euro either. It was cool travelling around before when everyone had their own weird money. Although I don't think the SEK or NOK are going anywhere soon.
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Seneca of the Night wrote:
La soule wrote:
Seneca of the Night wrote:
I am a RACIST! :shock: I notice stuff. Poor you. Have a lie down.
Ah, you see "stuff". You remind me of those chaps that you find in some squares preaching the bible and the end of the world out loud while hundreds of people literally walk pass them, trying to ignore them.

I do admire your dedication though.
So why are you doing such a piss poor job of ignoring me then?
You are very loud.

And I like you.
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Mog The Almighty wrote:
kiwinoz wrote:
pontifex wrote:One of the reasons I hold the positions I do, by the way, is that I love genuine cultural diversity. I see American cultural imperialism as a huge threat to that, and I see increasingly homogeneous cities across Europe and the world. I also see reactionary movements like radical Islam as a response to American cultural imperialism - you only have to read Qutb, or what they're saying now, to see that.
The EU has a lot to answer for in terms of a homogeneous Europe. Probably more so than the Yanks culture.
I think it's a mix of everything. Plus cheap long distance travel.

I don't like the Euro either. It was cool travelling around before when everyone had their own weird money. Although I don't think the SEK or NOK are going anywhere soon.
SEK will soon become the e-Krona, as far as I understand. As much as I'm a fan of cryptocurrencies, the abolition of cash is deeply concerning.
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Seneca of the Night wrote:
La soule wrote:
Seneca of the Night wrote:
La soule wrote:
Seneca of the Night wrote:
I am a RACIST! :shock: I notice stuff. Poor you. Have a lie down.
Ah, you see "stuff". You remind me of those chaps that you find in some squares preaching the bible and the end of the world out loud while hundreds of people literally walk pass them, trying to ignore them.

I do admire your dedication though.
So why are you doing such a piss poor job of ignoring me then?
You are very loud.

And I like you.
You're a stalking moron is what you are.
Nauseating love-fest.
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Seneca of the Night wrote:
La soule wrote:
Seneca of the Night wrote:
La soule wrote:
Seneca of the Night wrote:
I am a RACIST! :shock: I notice stuff. Poor you. Have a lie down.
Ah, you see "stuff". You remind me of those chaps that you find in some squares preaching the bible and the end of the world out loud while hundreds of people literally walk pass them, trying to ignore them.

I do admire your dedication though.
So why are you doing such a piss poor job of ignoring me then?
You are very loud.

And I like you.
You're a stalking moron is what you are.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_msdQnY4Ocg
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pontifex wrote:
Mog The Almighty wrote:
kiwinoz wrote:
pontifex wrote:One of the reasons I hold the positions I do, by the way, is that I love genuine cultural diversity. I see American cultural imperialism as a huge threat to that, and I see increasingly homogeneous cities across Europe and the world. I also see reactionary movements like radical Islam as a response to American cultural imperialism - you only have to read Qutb, or what they're saying now, to see that.
The EU has a lot to answer for in terms of a homogeneous Europe. Probably more so than the Yanks culture.
I think it's a mix of everything. Plus cheap long distance travel.

I don't like the Euro either. It was cool travelling around before when everyone had their own weird money. Although I don't think the SEK or NOK are going anywhere soon.
SEK will soon become the e-Krona, as far as I understand. As much as I'm a fan of cryptocurrencies, the abolition of cash is deeply concerning.
It's the first I've heard about that. Although it's true that already it's a very cashless society. Takes a bit of getting used to. It's not unusual (although not the majority either) for places just to not even take cash. Especially night spots (where it is easily the majority).
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Mog The Almighty wrote:
pontifex wrote:
Mog The Almighty wrote:
kiwinoz wrote:
pontifex wrote:One of the reasons I hold the positions I do, by the way, is that I love genuine cultural diversity. I see American cultural imperialism as a huge threat to that, and I see increasingly homogeneous cities across Europe and the world. I also see reactionary movements like radical Islam as a response to American cultural imperialism - you only have to read Qutb, or what they're saying now, to see that.
The EU has a lot to answer for in terms of a homogeneous Europe. Probably more so than the Yanks culture.
I think it's a mix of everything. Plus cheap long distance travel.

I don't like the Euro either. It was cool travelling around before when everyone had their own weird money. Although I don't think the SEK or NOK are going anywhere soon.
SEK will soon become the e-Krona, as far as I understand. As much as I'm a fan of cryptocurrencies, the abolition of cash is deeply concerning.
It's the first I've heard about that. Although it's true that already it's a very cashless society. Takes a bit of getting used to. It's not unusual (although not the majority either) for places just to not even take cash. Especially night spots (where it is easily the majority).
Damaging for the black economy. I am not a fan.
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