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    "Fcuk the free world"
    "This world is mine for the taking
    Make me king, as we move toward a new world order"
    "You only get one shot, do not miss your chance to blow"

    Hai, W.T.F?
    It's another Charlie Taylor trying to make a rely big spouter.
    Another br0wn king wants his slaves, no wai!
    Ya rly, at least the peanut ones taste good.
    What about Theo Bromide?
    No probz, just eat the FEW for dessert.
    Ok good main, now Im outta their loop; up var! Thx teh much, bai!
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    Today, the 3rd of February 2013, is Super Blow XLVII and the half time entertainment is being headlined by Queen bee Beyonce who likes to make music like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBmMU_iwe6U

    She also recorded a song "03 Bonnie & Clyde" which featured Jay-Z: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=copiznIfV3E
    Bonnie was Bonnie Elizabeth Parker, and Clyde was Clyde Chestnut Barrow the infamous outlaws of the great depression (which occurred after the stock market crash of October 29th, 1929). Their gang "is believed to have killed at least nine police officers and committed several civilian murders". Ironically the criminal duo were shot and killed in Louisiana by six officers of the law which is where the Super Bowl is being held today.

    "Each of us six officers had a shotgun and an automatic rifle and pistols. We opened fire with the automatic rifles. They were emptied before the car got even with us. Then we used shotguns... There was smoke coming from the car, and it looked like it was on fire. After shooting the shotguns, we emptied the pistols at the car, which had passed us and ran into a ditch about 50 yards on down the road. It almost turned over. We kept shooting at the car even after it stopped. We weren't taking any chances."

    Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bonnie_and_clyde
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    All men have an inherent right to life, the right to self determination including freedom from forced or compulsory labour, a right to hold opinions and the freedom of expression, and the right to a fair trial and freedom from torture. Be aware that these rights are universal and inalienable (cannot be given, taken or otherwise transferred or removed) although you do risk losing the aforementioned rights should you fail to uphold them e.g Charles Taylor; United Nations sources: http://www.un.org/en/documents/udhr/, http://www.ohchr.org/EN/Professional...ages/CCPR.aspx. Also Charles I was beheaded on the 30th of January of 1649 for trying to replace parliamentary democracy with an absolute monarchy, the same should happen to Dr Phil and Stephen Fry; source: http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.p...ute-Monarchism.

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    Today, the 6th of February 2013, marks the 61th anniversary of the accession to the thrones of Queen Elizabeth II.
    Can anyone tell me the middle name of the U.S singer who was briefly married to English born comedian Russell Brand, and released this song in May 2010 featuring Snoopy Dogg: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F57P9C4SAW4
    and this single featuring Kanye West which was released in February 2011: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5Sd5c4o9UM?
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    I see what ya did there
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    So now ya know she has heaps of brown blood running through her veins.

    Also I bet you didn't know that the next track is a favourite of both Denzel Washington and John "Skully" Kerry, who was just appointed by Obama as the United States Secretary of State to replace Hillary Clinton in February of this year: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5cuXasbjhT8

    Of course it is quite well known that the aforementioned song was sponsored by KFC; official and favourite choice for all monarchiaphilic celebrations.

    Can anyone tell me the name of the drummer whose name was printed on the drumstick at the start of the video?

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    Can anyone tell me what the point of this whole thread is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    Can anyone tell me what the point of this whole thread is?
    You would have to read the whole thread right from the start; however, at the moment it is that Big Benjamin Netanyahu the current Prime Minister of Israel, Dr Graham Phillips the preeminent scientist on Australian Television (whose best work was arguably about monster black holes), and John Phillip Key the current prime minister of New Zealand actually prefer the Paul Rodgers collaboration to the original: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgQVu5dDN5I.
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    You would have to read the whole thread right from the start;
    I have and I'm none the wiser. I think somewhere along the line you managed to conclude that the queen eats KFC and has a monster black hole. There's probably a connection there...
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    Quote Originally Posted by FunkyDexter View Post
    I think somewhere along the line you managed to conclude that the queen eats KFC and has a monster black hole. There's probably a connection there...
    Of course: her black hole is such that she weighs a hell of a lot more than she looks, for example no man can physically lift her off the ground, and no matter how hard the chickens try they cannot escape her pull if they get too close. If given half a chance she will continue to absorb more and more chickens until she eventually turns into a super giant black hole millions and millions of times larger than her current size and weight: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbLEA0AmfAw
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    I was following along for the first few posts, but then you seemed to jump the rails and start talking at random.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    I was following along for the first few posts, but then you seemed to jump the rails and start talking at random.
    I couldn't help it, the queen fell off. Also, when the doctors put her on the scales and discovered that she weighed so many more times than other people of her size, they sewed all of her holes shut which included a gastroplasty (they also sewed up most of her stomach) and she has been losing weight ever since. After that the hens got very clucky just like when a wasp queen stops secreting the pheromones that causes all of the female wasps to become sterile so that they devote all of their energies into helping the queen: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6liPc4O45o.
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    Well, if they tried to sew the black hole shut, why weren't the needles and threads sucked into it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by honeybee View Post
    Well, if they tried to sew the black hole shut, why weren't the needles and threads sucked into it?

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    The instruments were fabricated out of tachyons, and I am very happy to say that all of the operations were an unreserved success, her holes are now shut, she has lost a lot of weight, and can now be lifted off the ground relatively easily. Chickens can now stand right next to her and completely avoid being accreted.
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    Current male host/anchor of the weekday edition of the U.S News Program called "CBS This Morning"?
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    No takers for that one?
    It is, of course, Charlie "The Brown" Rose.
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    I think there are no takers because none of us have the first clue what you're on about.
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    Ah, now I see why you call it an undeserved success. Quite right, of course!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witis View Post
    No takers for that one?
    It is, of course, Charlie "The Brown" Rose.
    I'd never heard of the guy, but I was eventually curious about the "the brown" bit of that statement. As it turns out, I still don't understand it...or you for that matter. When you add quotations like that into a name, it suggests that it is some kind of nickname. However, I don't see where anybody calls him that, though there is a nickname listed for him. So, where did you get that? Also, why is every statement you started making linked back somehow to Peanuts, rightly, wrongly, or through misspelling?
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    Quote Originally Posted by honeybee View Post
    Ah, now I see why you call it an undeserved success. Quite right, of course!

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    Exactly! Honeybee has it!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FunkyDexter View Post
    I think there are no takers because none of us have the first clue what you're on about.
    It is a little of an in-joke, although you are in luck! I will let you in on it!!
    The enjoyment is all about spotting monarchistic gray, brown and black holes trying their best to fool everyone into believing they are trustworthy in order to get their hands on as much power, do as much blow and accrete as many chickens and Oompa Loompas as they possibly can; or trying really really hard to pretend they are hilarious jolly rogers, when, in reality, they are nothing more than gigantic dinosaurs doing it only for the pun of it and, of course, to make awesome monster truck hash donuts while making a vroom vrooooom vocalisations the entire time: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIPaxttP3a4.

    For example what is the first name of the lead character that goes by the nickname Fry in the animated series Futurama which gets me Matt Groening all the time????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    I'd never heard of the guy,
    I thought you were from the U.S?? See here for example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGwougmTa1s


    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    but I was eventually curious about the "the brown" bit of that statement. As it turns out, I still don't understand it...or you for that matter. When you add quotations like that into a name, it suggests that it is some kind of nickname. However, I don't see where anybody calls him that, though there is a nickname listed for him. So, where did you get that?
    I am fairly sure that it is his actual nickname rather than the one the producers of the show have listed in order to bolster his image; you'll have to dig a bit deeper to find that juicy piece of info!


    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    Also, why is every statement you started making linked back somehow to Peanuts, rightly, wrongly, or through misspelling?
    That's easy, it's because the peanut M&Ms taste so good!! (see post 81)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Witis View Post
    I thought you were from the U.S?? See here for example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGwougmTa1s
    I am, but I don't have a TV, so I generally don't know squat about TV personalities.



    I am fairly sure that it is his actual nickname rather than the one the producers of the show have listed in order to bolster his image; you'll have to dig a bit deeper to find that juicy piece of info!
    Frankly, that's about the goofiest nickname I've seen. Perhaps it is more common over there, but the last person I know of who had a "the" in their nickname was Robert the Bruce...he was over there, too. Where did you find out about the nickname? In fact, WHY did you find out about the nickname? Do you routinely dig deeper into the bios of TV talking heads?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    I am, but I don't have a TV, so I generally don't know squat about TV personalities.
    Ah my monitor is also a TV, it is not that my computer has a TV card like some machines, it is that my monitor is actually a TV and cost approx the same as a monitor of the same size and has in built speakers as a bonus. There are the occasional good documentaries, movies and news items and it can be a nice break after sitting in front of the net for a long time.


    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    Frankly, that's about the goofiest nickname I've seen. Perhaps it is more common over there, but the last person I know of who had a "the" in their nickname was Robert the Bruce...he was over there, too.
    Why do you think "The Brown Rose", or simply "Brown" or "Browny", as I have also read, are such goofy nicknames?? You would have to ask him directly, he might be proud of them!


    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    Where did you find out about the nickname?
    I told you, on the net, you just have to search a little deeper, like an forensic scientist, until you unmask the true monikers for celebrities like The Brown Rose!!


    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    In fact, WHY did you find out about the nickname?
    Everyone likes to know about (in)famous people!


    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    Do you routinely dig deeper into the bios of TV talking heads?
    I wouldn't call it bios in the case of The Brown Rose who seems to be more of a Bicentennial Man to me!!
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    In Australia I read that the incumbent Labour government seems to be on the decline and as a result is likely to be replaced by a fellow by the name of Tony Abbott who is the leader of Liberal party in the elections currently scheduled to be held on the 14th of September 2013.

    Tony is a well known Roman Catholic, having studied at St Patrick's Seminary in Manly New South Wales (one of the six Australian states), and "The Vatican is the only remaining absolute monarchy in Europe" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vatican_City), making it entirely strange for him to be leading the Liberal party which 'is from Old French liberal, from Latin liberalis ("befitting a freeman"), from liber ("free")' (http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/liberal).

    Moreover the Christian vote in Australia has declined to an all time low of 61%:
    In 1901 96.1% of the population were Christians
    In 2001 68.0% of the population were Christians
    In 2006 63.9% of the population were Christians (-4% over 5 years)
    In 2011 61.1% of the population were Christians (-3% over 5 years)
    Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christianity_in_australia

    As a result secular voters are now the largest single voting group in Australia representing approximately 40% of the population.
    Non Catholic Christians including Anglicans (religions that are not based on central control) represent 36% of the vote, and Catholics represent 24% of the vote.

    As a result Tony Abbot looks like the latest brown blood attempting fool the public in order to get his filthy hands on as much democratic power as he possibly can. As a result the press labels "The Mad Abbot", "Abbotoir" and "Crossing the Rubicon" (as his deputy is Julie Bishop) seem more than apt. I'd like to suggest the additional epithet of "Crowny" to reflect the absolute monarchy that he really represents which is almost entirely covered by the name of the political party he has somehow managed to ascend and now lead.
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    I have also read some annecdotal reports that after studying at and graduating from the Queen's College, in Oxford Britain, he became an ardent fan of the single "I Want To Break The Free", finally adopting it as his unofficial campaign soundtrack!!
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    A very well know American "comedian"?
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    No Takers????
    Jay "Walker" Leno: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fUao5cSCq0w
    Host of NBC's The Tonight Show with Jay Leno from 1992 to 2009.

    He also played the part of a small green alien-like creature named Vorb in the 1993 movie "We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:We...vie_Poster.jpg
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    Takers on what? This is fast becoming the least comprehensible thread in CC, which is impressive considering the competition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    Takers on what?
    From post #107: well know American "comedian"!

    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    This is fast becoming the least comprehensible thread in CC, which is impressive considering the competition.
    Please read post #101 again, which has particular relevance given the nature of Leno's job, and please tell me precisely what seems to be confusing!
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    Moreover the Christian vote in Australia has declined to an all time low of 61%:
    In 1901 96.1% of the population were Christians
    In 2001 68.0% of the population were Christians
    In 2006 63.9% of the population were Christians (-4% over 5 years)
    In 2011 61.1% of the population were Christians (-3% over 5 years)
    Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christianity_in_australia

    As a result secular voters are now the largest single voting group in Australia representing approximately 40% of the population.
    Apart from the obvious flaw in your arithmetic, isn't the whole point of secularism (if such a thing can be said to exist at all) total diversity and independence from all 'organised' or ad hoc faiths and factions (religious, political, social, sporting or otherwise). The whole idea of secular voters being considered a single group in anything would be total anathema to them!

    By the way, you do realise that .....

    Be aware that these rights are universal and inalienable (cannot be given, taken or otherwise transferred or removed) and that you risk losing the aforementioned rights should you fail to uphold them.
    ... is completely self-contradictory, right?
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    please tell me precisely what seems to be confusing!
    If we could tell you precisely what it is, it wouldn't be confusing!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dunfiddlin View Post
    Apart from the obvious flaw in your arithmetic
    Is there one taking into account the word approximately and extrapolating the numbers from 2011 to 2013?
    Actually I didn't think to check other religions, which, as it turns out, account for 7% of the population (Buddhism (2.5%), Islam (2.2%), Hinduism (1.3%), Other religions (1.2%)), which is far more than I expected.

    Quote Originally Posted by dunfiddlin View Post
    isn't the whole point of secularism (if such a thing can be said to exist at all) total diversity and independence from all 'organised' or ad hoc faiths and factions (religious, political, social, sporting or otherwise).
    I used it to denote voters without any specific religion, for example see meaning 1 "not specifically religious" here: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/secular
    Although secularism can be used to refer to the separation of state and church so that church doctrine does not influence the political process. See here for example: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/secularism

    Quote Originally Posted by dunfiddlin View Post
    The whole idea of secular voters being considered a single group in anything would be total anathema to them!
    Not sure I understand your point, to me it is relatively easy to group together all of the voters that do not follow any form of organised religion?

    Quote Originally Posted by dunfiddlin View Post
    By the way, you do realise that .....
    ... is completely self-contradictory, right?
    Not sure I agree, human rights are universal and inalienable only when they are upheld. For example criminals, such as those failing to uphold human rights, are sent to jail where they are deprived of their right to freedom.
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    If we could tell you precisely what it is, it wouldn't be confusing!!!!!!!
    If there is nothing that you can identify as confusing then are you saying it is all perfectly clear?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Witis View Post
    From post #107: well know American "comedian"!
    The thread was moribund for weeks, then you post a question that happened to possibly relate to a post from almost two months back and expect people to follow? Fortunately, you did refer me back to post #101:

    Please read post #101 again, which has particular relevance given the nature of Leno's job, and please tell me precisely what seems to be confusing!
    Thanks for this reference, I wouldn't have know which post to refer back to otherwise, and this one does appear to make it clear: You mixed LSD, shrooms, and at least one other drug and were stoned out of your gourd when you wrote that. Is that the correct interpretation?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    The thread was moribund for weeks, then you post a question that happened to possibly relate to a post from almost two months back and expect people to follow? Fortunately, you did refer me back to post #101:
    Moribund nupers, it's a classic! The question I asked in post #107 - A very well know American "comedian"? - was only posted at the end of April (and today is towards the start of May) and it doesn't take much extra effort to read the previous few posts to work out what is going on in the thread, although reading it right from the start is obviously much more enlightening! There is nothing worse that threads that are 20+ pages long without any explications such as the one I provided in post #101!!


    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    Thanks for this reference, I wouldn't have know which post to refer back to otherwise, and this one does appear to make it clear: You mixed LSD, shrooms, and at least one other drug and were stoned out of your gourd when you wrote that. Is that the correct interpretation?
    Although I don't use drugs in order to preserve my good health, what you just described almost certainly sums up the power source for all the black holes be they Lance Armstrong, Ben Johnson or Jay Leno!!!!
    From blood doping to anabolic steroids for enhanced body performance to uppers such as Aderall, coffee and speed for enhanced mental performance I have no doubt the super massive black holes do it all!!!!!!
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    Why do TV comedians like Jay Leno put on makeup before going live?
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    It's so that they can powder their noses!
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    it's a classic!
    It isn't, you know. It just isn't.
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    it's a classic!
    Quote Originally Posted by FunkyDexter View Post
    It isn't, you know. It just isn't.
    I guess it just depends on who you are rooting for!
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