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Votes: 4

 Niave vs conscious [REDACTED]

 Author:  Topic:  Posted:
Dec 16, 2001
Some thoughts on [REDACTED]. I wouldn't recommend them

[editorial comment, by Clifton] Mo sé tendé mot [REDACTED]-là une autre fois, mo go frappé toi. Mo 7 feet tall, epi mo très fort. To apé tendé? To apé pas joué avec Clifton-là.


More diaries by WildCardBard
The Elves in My Backyard
Erotic Robots in Church - my verdict
This might get me in a little trouble, I don't know, [REDACTED] is banned here but it seems to me it's impossible to discriminate between what might be called niave [REDACTED] and conscious [REDACTED]. The former being various forms of misguidedness and the latter being a conscious effort to emulate and intensify those forms in order to inflame passions and derision. How can the difference be told? I think it's nearly impossible. Naivity is by its very nature baffling, somebody can express themself very well in various mediums and yet blatently not have the remotest clue what they are talking about and no idea how they come across.


Just FYI (none / 0) (#1)
by flarners on Sun Dec 16th, 2001 at 10:23:41 AM PST
It's spelt "nve".
I told everyone we should have a witch-hunt, but they wanted to have a good old-fashioned book burning instead

I know (none / 0) (#2)
by WildCardBard on Sun Dec 16th, 2001 at 02:45:45 PM PST

I know. (none / 0) (#3)
by WildCardBard on Sun Dec 16th, 2001 at 02:59:31 PM PST
I wrote it in a hurry after a 12 hour+ session of coding.

MY french is a little rusty (none / 0) (#4)
by westgeof on Mon Dec 17th, 2001 at 09:18:02 AM PST
But it sure looked to me like a threat of physical violence. That seems to be way out of line, to me anyway. If the bard's diary was too offensive to remain on adequacy, remove it. Don't publicy threaten someone for posting a controversial diary.

For the record, it saddens me that the editors of Adequacy seem to have given in to the mainstream, and no longer care to foster individuality and the controversy it brings with it. I used to see all kinds of different opinions here, but now it's rare that a new idea goes unsquashed. What is the world coming to......

As a child I wanted to know everything. Now I miss my ignorance.

On the topic of [REDACTED] (none / 0) (#5)
by because it isnt on Mon Dec 17th, 2001 at 02:39:24 PM PST
So when did you realise that [REDACTED] was a [REDACTED] site? It should be obvious after you've read [REDACTED] like [REDACTED] or [REDACTED].

The problem with [REDACTED] is that it insists on maintaining the lion's share of [REDACTED], and anyone who challenges their [REDACTED] has all their hard work [REDACTED] by [REDACTED] little [REDACTED]s. It's still too early to mount an [REDACTED] on [REDACTED], as they still have enough [REDACTED] to successfully [REDACTED] any [REDACTED]. But don't worry - when the [REDACTED] comes, [REDACTED] will be first against the [REDACTED]. -- because it isn't


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