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anarchist's picture

I started a new game on VVVVVV yesterday. A few hours later I had completed the game and collected all shiny trinkets. This is what I'm doing with my life.

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elph's picture

Not sure...

Should I be envious?

anarchist's picture

No.

I have nothing better to do than spend all day mastering the most difficult videogames ever. This is how bored I am.

swimmerguy's picture

Hehehehe...

Man, I was wondering when I'd made so many journals, then I saw you'd taken my picture :P

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xt5ghXdq6Z0&safe_search=on

anarchist's picture

I'll just recycle an older one, then.

I hope he doesn't notice!

elph's picture

I, for one,...

have never seen it before. But, I must admit that it does have a certain charm. :)

So... is revival of "socialist" next?

anarchist's picture

Why would it be?

I'm not going to lie to anyone.

elph's picture

Wherein lies...

the lie?

anarchist's picture

In the socialist part.

I'm not a socialist anymore. Actually, I'm sort of between libertarianism and progressivism now. I'll keep anarchist, though, because I do support the idea of revolution.

elph's picture

And... you can justify all

of those who will die?

Or do you envisage a bloodless revolution? Could be...

The issue?

anarchist's picture

Doesn't matter.

If anyone defending their cause (in this case, their government) is willing to die for it, who's going to tell them they can't? It's their decision to defend their government, and I firmly believe people should be allowed to do to themselves what they will.

The people in power don't have much of a choice, though. But if the leader pissed off his people to the point that they'll kill him, he had it coming, right? The people of a country don't just have a revolution over nothing, so the leader must really be a dick to make them violent.

I do, however, like what the Cambodians did in their revolution against Pol Pot. They abolished the death penalty, and their former ruler died in 1998 or whatever.