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Re: Detailed pictures...Ed's please read
Sep 17, 2012, 00:50
bladup wrote:
nigelswift wrote:
bladup wrote:
Are you saying Shamans are silly, because believe you me, they are still here hidden in this shitty society, doing what they do under the radar, so i shouldn't really be saying anything about that.

Yes of course I'm saying they're silly, thats why I said it. But there you are, we disagree. You express your views so you exercise Free Speech, I express mine so I Bear Bait. That's the assessment of convenience from on high, innit? We're clearly never going to get married,I see that now, so lets stop.

Except to say, the idea of a load of scruffy twerps high on thousands of mushrooms hidden away in hawthorn thickets mouthing incantations under the radar of society and thinking they are having an effect beyond their own skulls is just priceless and will long stay with me. I wonder if we old folks in tweed jackets should hunt them down on polo ponies using falcons? View Haloo, there runs a shaman, fly straight and true my beauty! Bring me his mystic teacup!)

Well i do know who'd be hunting who, you say stop but you seem like what you're really saying is "i'll stop if i can have the last little dig", i'd say grow up, but at your age i don't think that's going to be happening if it hasn't happened already, and you don't have a clue about the sorts of things people are up to in this country [ and i don't mean me ].

Thanks for stopping earlier nigel, no hard feelings, at the end of the day forums are for debate, and you have given people that for years, earlier today i was reading someone calling you a pedantic arguer and that was 2007, so well done for the consistency [only joking], i believe in freedom of speech and sometimes that's about listening to things you don't agree with, not always things you do, i just wish you'd read about my experience though [ as sanctuary did ].
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