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daria rules
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diarrhea cha-cha-cha.
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I'm eddie, I read books.
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Well then.
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November 5 2010 7:14 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: emogeddon

diarrhea cha-cha-cha.


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November 5 2010 7:30 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
read the graphic novel. soooo much better.



Alan Moore and David Lloyd were divided on which was better. Lloyd actually preferred the Wachowski brothers' version. So do I. The old paradigm of "Anarchist" vs. "Fascist" is not compatible with real life; the former is actually a tool of the latter to lure the gullible into a trap. Over the last few years, anarchist groups got caught repeatedly working with the police (their boots gave them away) at G20 protests, for example. The movie was great. Ideas (when they're the truth) are bulletproof. That's the real message.
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November 5 2010 8:08 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Dwarn, you are so bloody boring.
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November 5 2010 8:10 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: Dwarn

read the graphic novel. soooo much better.




Alan Moore and David Lloyd were divided on which was better. Lloyd actually preferred the Wachowski brothers' version. So do I. The old paradigm of "Anarchist" vs. "Fascist" is not compatible with real life; the former is actually a tool of the latter to lure the gullible into a trap. Over the last few years, anarchist groups got caught repeatedly working with the police (their boots gave them away) at G20 protests, for example. The movie was great. Ideas (when they're the truth) are bulletproof. That's the real message.



moore has never seen the movie. he refuses to see any of the adaptations of his writing.

the movie completely missed the point of the comic.
Billy Crystals
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November 5 2010 10:25 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: Dwarn

read the graphic novel. soooo much better.



Alan Moore and David Lloyd were divided on which was better. Lloyd actually preferred the Wachowski brothers' version. So do I. The old paradigm of "Anarchist" vs. "Fascist" is not compatible with real life; the former is actually a tool of the latter to lure the gullible into a trap. Over the last few years, anarchist groups got caught repeatedly working with the police (their boots gave them away) at G20 protests, for example. The movie was great. Ideas (when they're the truth) are bulletproof. That's the real message.



lol
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November 5 2010 10:32 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
happy gay fags day
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