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Jul. 2nd, 2013 @ 03:57 pm (no subject)
The gauntlet has been dropped.

One minor problem: he kinda forgot he has friends-only comments turned on. Through various occult means I have notified him of this fact. Let's see what happens!

Also, who's got the vast list of conservatives who have visited this community hoping for tidbits?
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I'm the head of Vecna!
Sep. 21st, 2011 @ 10:28 pm (no subject)
I speak to you now as your Supreme Leader, RACers. We have all heard about Comrade merig00's exploits in the wilds of Udallia. Sadly, he has paid the ultimate price and has been prematurely removed from combat for the crime of valiantly defending our sacred values against the Melvish Onslaught. His sacrifice will be remembered.
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Aug. 16th, 2011 @ 11:58 am (no subject)

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Jul. 29th, 2011 @ 05:17 pm (no subject)
Livejournal finally solves problem of Mel posting massive boring rants about dumb bullshit.
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Joker - glance
Jul. 10th, 2011 @ 01:24 pm Civet de lievre (Jugged Hare)
In our continuing quest against conservatism in the kitchen, I would like to offer an old classic, "Jugged Hare". Whilst it is by no means as radical as the offering of penis stew, this dish also shows that there is a great distinction between traditionalism in food and conservatism in food. Enjoy.

Find yourself one freshly killed hare. A couple of rabbits will do in a pinch (but not Kyoto's). Skin it, gut it, bone it; save the blood and add vinegar to it (prevents clotting). Wash the head, heart and liver. Add these, and the bones, into a saucepan with about 1.5 l of cold salted water. Add the blood. Bring to the boil and then simmer. Add a large carrot for irony, some onions with cloves. Let simmer for three or so hours. When cooled add bouquet garni (thyme and parsley are recommended).

In the meantime cut the hare into small pieces, flour and season with salt and pepper. Sauté until all parts are evenly browned. Add a handful of mushrooms.

Pour the blood-stock (which should be quite thick) over the hare pieces and add at least three cups of red wine or two cups of port. Cover and simmer for another hour.

Serve hot with red currant jelly, steamed vegetables and a politically liberal sprinkling of croutons.
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Jun. 18th, 2011 @ 01:08 pm (no subject)
"They banned the subject of the attack so they could no longer defend themselves."

Irony much?
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May. 3rd, 2011 @ 01:58 am "Extremism in the defense of insanity is no vice."
Liveblog: Unfolding Details of Osama bin Laden's Death; Melvin Udall Reacts

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Nov. 17th, 2010 @ 11:44 am (no subject)
Many years ago three grand things happened, comrades.

Each celebrates its anniversary today.

Longest ago of the two, after nearly a decade of diplomatic talks, the United States recognized the great Soviet Union as a nation on November 17, 1933.

Verily, this was a momentous occasion, but only the start of the numerous great achievements of the USSR.

It was also on November 17, this time in 1970, that the Lunnik Program managed yet another world first.

Not wasting precious human lives like the decadent Americans had the previous year, the Lunokhod I was the first robotic spacecraft to land on the moon, collect lunar samples, and return to the Motherland - or any land at all.

Ultimately, the most important event we celebrate this day is the splitting of the Social Democratic Labour Party into the Bolsheviks and the Menshiviks.

Decades ago on November 17 1903, our early inspiration, Vladimir Lenin, led this Bolshevik bloc on to amazing things in the years to come.

As you well know, all this is but the past.

Leading us into the future are our chosen politicians, making way for a new American society.

Let us not forget those that have gone before us, but not let the future go out of sight as we do remember.
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