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Informal introductions are the best introductions. The love happens to be 'real'.
I want to make myself known to this forum. I actually been following this site for the last year and a half but just happened not to post. I actually agree with what this site represents. I personally haven't been able to really fit in this country, admittedly been sorta a hermit since I graduated college several years back. However, I truly feel grateful that I haven't fallen to the American 'trap' of apathy and conformity since that appears to have a hefty price in the end.
Anyway, I want to properly introduce myself, I don't feel comfortable posting without doing such, it can appear intrusive I guess.
Patriotism is the ultimate joke, actually the ultimate tragedy. I can't fathom how someone would entertain the idea of putting the American flag on the their front porch, like really man.
A bit morbid but I tend to laugh at patriots.
Least I know I got plenty of sheep who will all go out and get themselves killed for the elite while I scurry away.
"It is a sign of creeping inner death when we can no longer praise the living."
"If human beings were shown what they're really like, they'd either kill one another as vermin, or hang themselves."
Welcome puresolium. Your posts have been truthful and insightful so far. How come you didn't post your intro in the "introduce yourself" board though? I'm going to move this thread there.
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