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Ron: Master Strategist?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Rahkesh Asmodaeus, Apr 21, 2005.

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Do you think that Ron is a master strategist because he plays chess?

  1. Hell no

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  1. Giovanni

    Giovanni God of Scotch

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    Read the book, its far more interesting... And better yet its free b/c the copyright on it expired about 2 centuries ago :) So you can find it wherever on the internet.

    Also there is a fairly dirty parody of it called Candy.... Or something of that nature.
     
  2. Zevrillion

    Zevrillion Founder Retired Staff

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    If I am not mistaken it’s quite a lot of sex and things like that in his books. They aren’t suited for children that’s for sure.

    But I don’t really like old books. Not that they are bad, I just prefer fantasy and modern scifi books.
     
  3. Giovanni

    Giovanni God of Scotch

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    Trust me, it is a really good book. Yes there is a lot of sex in his books, and they also mock just about every religion that was in Europe at the time.
     
  4. ChuckDaTruck

    ChuckDaTruck Overlord

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    Yo, you all be fools man!


    WHattup PLATO!! CHECKout the REPUBLIC Ya'll
     
  5. Giovanni

    Giovanni God of Scotch

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    Bah, Plato Schmato... Aristotle is king.
     
  6. ChuckDaTruck

    ChuckDaTruck Overlord

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    You really think Science and diligence can answer every question? That's so depressing if that's true. I like to think that there are some things that we will never understand.
     
  7. Giovanni

    Giovanni God of Scotch

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    Oh there are somethings Science and Diligence cannot answer because there is no concievable way for them to do so.

    I mean face it, would you like to visit a black hole's singularity point to try to confirm one of Einsteins theories?

    However Religion gives me some serious problems... Usually it strikes me as people who are unable to comprehend a finite reality banding together to oppress everyone who doesn't agree with their own particular take on morality.
     
  8. ChuckDaTruck

    ChuckDaTruck Overlord

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    I agree with that somewhat. Religion ain't all bad to me, just keep it to your fucking self.
     
  9. Zevrillion

    Zevrillion Founder Retired Staff

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    The question is; do we really want to know the answers?

    It's not for nothing the expression “ignorance is bliss” exists.
     
  10. IndoGhost

    IndoGhost Dark Lord

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    i like Alchemy it explanes every thing with a twist of science and a higher power ( god, magic or whatever you believe in). if i wasn't a hindu i'd definetly believe in Alchemy
     
  11. Giovanni

    Giovanni God of Scotch

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    I believe in the supernatural, however I believe that there is a rational explaination for it. The question is are you prepared for the answer?
     
  12. IndoGhost

    IndoGhost Dark Lord

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    there are more things in heven and hell then...something something...i cant remeber the exact line :oops:
     
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