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 on: January 07, 2014, 04:33:33 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from elsewhere

“....so the federal reserve, which isn't even american then, agrees to buy the toxic debts of the banks on condition that the banks in return then buy back the same amount in treasury bonds, a simple swap it sounds, well not quite is it...” mused the goblin seeing this repackaging of a debt under a different name meant that instead of the banks defaulting through their own debts now, it would be america who either defaults or devalues in their place, so the goblin just sighed “...war is on the cards, and who wants war, no one I guess, and yet how else can these powers that be hide this theft without such an intense distraction here, where who actually wins doesn't matter as the banks always hedge their bets by lending to both sides, and where whoever gets killed in throwing the dice of war is not really their their concern neither as their goal is to control the state by controlling its finances, the age of bank control was just de factto now, meaning that the sovereign state was what then, and meant what exactly, where and when just a handful of banks controlled the finances within the system of that state today...”

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 on: January 03, 2014, 06:09:38 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from "happy new year" thread here

"...naah MYAHAHAHAHA, I'm not wishing you happy new year humans, I'm going to wish you a whooping great hangover for new year's day instead..." went the goblin, explaining "...or just wishing you some reckless youthful recollection of when you once had a whooping great hangover for new year's day that is, and weren't they worth it at the time, even if you don't actually remember what you did nor how you got there now..."


 on: January 03, 2014, 06:07:17 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from elsewhere, goblin welcoming then

and with that the goblin showed, saying "...funny how life is built upon a mere assumption of certainty here, where the future was not promised and where one's past has slipped away, but a writer lives a shared life between his muse within and the dailylife without, in fact it's odd how anyone could ever wish to become a writer, I mean it's a practice of schizophrenia if ever there was one, where perhaps somewhere too, written in the small print on the label, it's just marked warning, your muse does not got back into her bottle, when the young would dream of fame and fortune here, and just receive a journey to self instead, and while although not exactly short-changed by that either, for sure it isn't what they bargained for now...", whereupon the goblin just laughed at himself, smiling "...xxxxx, you'll post with me awhile won't you, you have more talent than you give yourself credit for...", and with that the goblin, somewhat fed up with rolling out that same old red carpet each time, was thinking perhaps that the time of year called for a white carpet wasinstead, even if the welcome was just the same by it, somehow it just seemed more appropriate to the occasion

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 on: December 14, 2013, 05:28:10 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from elsewhere, the "how old are you" thread

"...well now, I seem to remember that I was much older before..." mentioned the goblin casually enough, continuing "...but that was when I was trying to write perfectly, and carrying the weight of my years around my neck too, so I just dropped it understanding that all this was just a virtual reality anyway, and what's another name for virtual reality humans, yes you've guessed it right, fiction, it's all fiction across forumland, where in fact all that is ever here are just these words upon your screen, something that you then interpret into a reality of me, but nothing we can say to each other can prove it now, for in truth we're just anonymous...", simply the goblin was pointing out that the choice concerning one's persona on forumland was ever one of an aging wendy or of an ageless peter pan, smiling "...so why have that which one can't prove, ah no, no dailylife mask here please, for who needs those unprovables upon forumland anyway..."


 on: December 14, 2013, 05:25:20 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from "introduction" thread, where the posters had started talking about marmite instead

and with that the goblin had somehow guessed that by now that everyone had forgotten that this was in fact xxxxx's introduction here, saying "...welcome then, look, I'm awfully sorry about the others here, no, they mean well I'm sure, only that they're writertypes, where I suspect the writertype too needs to be introduced to you newbies here, well then, a writertype is rather like a troll, save that the big difference between him and a troll is that the troll actually knows he's a troll, whereas the writertype has yet to stumble upon that self-realization, resulting in his invariably going off on long tangent called a soliloquy, leaving the rest of humanity, moreover other creatures too, completely amazed that anyone can write this much, and worse, that others, perhaps to their better judgement even, actually read this far too, where of course you're thinking that there must be something wrong with the reader now, and where probably you're asking yourself too, why o why has no one ever come up with a sign marked don't feed the writertypes...", "...well perhaps goblin, that's because those writertypes know how to feed themselves by now..." went the muted chorus in the background


 on: December 14, 2013, 05:21:30 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from elsewhere

"...agreed, sometimes some handicap turns out to be a blessing in disguise..." replied the goblin whose dyslexia had forced him from an early point to edit his posts, saying "...funny how it's not the exponents of something who then go on to be remembered by everyone else, not the perfected painters/writers/poets/musicians/etc, no, it's the pioneers of imperfection, those who rebels against the set schools of painting/writing/poetry/music/etc who are actually remembered, simply one learns the rules studiously until the moment one is ready to break away from them in one's own way, yet break away one must if one is to be original here..."

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 on: December 05, 2013, 01:39:07 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from elsewhere

“...odd isn't it...” started the goblin going through the list in his mind once more, continuing “...so, the spanish empire, for all its new world silver, still ended up spent and listless by the end of that long dutch war of independence, and where too, the french royal empire had emptied its coffers by supporting the colonist's in their war of independence, and yet again when the european empires became totally indebted during the first world war, and when the soviet block too fell apart both penniless and spent after afghanistan, and now finally it's america turn after iraq now, where seems enslaved by a financial usurpation from within and a humbug of own self serving rhetoric...” mentioned the goblin not proposing for a moment that any of these bankruptcies, nor these bottomless debts, nor wars either, actually ended the empire outright, no, more simply that they underscored their end of prominence here, their lack of any real motivation, and that they were all but discredited, concluding “...well, in the end it's probably this same discredification of the old way/s, and slide from prominence too, that bodes ill for all those if any who would dream of some “new world order” for mankind here, where each empire in its turn had been like some great tower of babel, one that had simply collapsed under its own discredited weight...”

 on: December 05, 2013, 01:35:23 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from elsewhere

"...ah but no one actually dies on forumland, only that they stop posting..." mentioned the goblin, while outside the bistro the evening's snow had continued since morning-time as a blanket of white firmly besieged the village of chamonix, where naturally the biggest fear, written upon everyone's minds, was at what point would all this snow conjure up that christmas carol music, yes, even one false thought or innocent recollection and the scene would be awash with bing crosby singing "I'm squatting in your brain mortals", the goblin vetted his thoughts carefully now, saying "...it's the time of year that we all live in fear of our sanity going christmushy...", and yes, somewhere out there too, in the looming darkness now, cunning santa was once more beginning to turn those humans into christmas zombies where his subtle extraction of their brains continued apace, unnoticed perhaps but more likely unmissed now

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 on: November 26, 2013, 07:31:13 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from elsewhere, the goblin had mentioned his like for the gnostic gospels, finished

hi there.. what is it that you like about it. I don't know it...must look it up

"...ah now, that might get me in hot water for my heresy here..." replied the goblin, adding "...but it turns life into a journey to self within one rather than all that external go to church, pay your tithes, and blindly follow cause he says so...", as the goblin then remembered the line If you bring forth what is within you, what you have will save you, whereas if you do not have that within you, then what you do not have within you will destroy you, whereupon the goblin just added "...so I always harp on about the difference between me and my dailylife in my posts but that's simply because I know that it is within me still, where the romans would have me build a church or something, and o how they must have hated the gnostics then, for what need have gnostics on a journey to self for that which they leave behind them..."

the gospel of thomas

 on: November 26, 2013, 07:25:41 am 
Started by fleamailman - Last post by fleamailman
repost from elsewhere, the "introductions" here, where someone whose post had held the goblin to her penmanship

"...welcome to one of the best forum/venues on forumland then..." went the goblin weighing his words slightly, knowing that something misunderstood was often worse than actual silence, whereupon the goblin carefully continued his conjecture, saying "...isn't the nature of writing changing, where the readers of books are increasingly seeking out their authors on forumland, something more as a challenge than threat, and where many an author might have to hem their posts away from that mindset of serious bookwriting against frivolous posting, simply the forum/venue becomes a back stage-door to the author here, where the gap, between the author himself, his works, and the readers around him, is gone with rapport between us...", whereupon the goblin, checked the number of lines to keep the post as concise to the eye as possible, and then finally said "...my bet is that a livewriter can journey across forumland in an amazing adventure, using each forum as his venue then, well I felt that you could be one of them, thus I welcomed you here, and yet perhaps too, a livewriter is just one poster amongst the many amongst the millions out there, I mean that the odds against one succeeding on forumland are so wondrous that they alone make this challenge somehow all the more worth it..."

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