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Vexen Crabtree 2015


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Sociology, Theology, Anti-Religion and Exploration: Forcing Humanity Forwards

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Vexen Crabtree 2015

More trash workmates

Today 5 of us are in 'civilian' clothes, we travelled to St James' in a coach with Team 2... who, apparently, found my Cyberdob tshirt so hillariously funny that they took, en masse, to making fun of it and shouting comments at me. They were behaving like ignorant, spiteful schoolchildren, fucking cunts... I had no idea why the phrase 'cyberdog' has such a big impact on the mundanes, but apparently it does. I stood to the side with a few of the more-responsible minority.

I argue with all of them about everything, from recycling (they don't do anything, and don't see the point), to tolerance of people who look different, to the simple way we use English (they swear more than they talk, use stupid phrases all the time, and I stick to clear, concise logical non-fun English).

Anyway. I chose to live amongst the untermensch to learn about them, and I've largely learnt: We are right about them.

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A point for you to think on and I'm not sure I have the total answer to it.
I write from the point of view of one who dose not swear often but can be given to use of language in a mannor more flowery and verbous than sometimes nessersary.

Is the choise to use launguage full of swear words, phrases that you in this case have reffered to as stupid (I could make several guesses as to various things you could mean by this) and not entierly logical but fun english in some way a similar freedom to your choice to wear cyberdog gear.

After all cyberdog gear has many logos and ocational other things on it that are not entierly vital to it's primary functions as clothing (regulating body tempriture and covering up the bits socioty in genral would rather not see) The aditional bits do no real harm to anybody beyond possible destraction.

I am not here defending thier intolerance. That is obviously bigatory and I need not exsplain my views on that.

On an unrelated point I can't for the life of me see what is funny about the phrase cyber dog, if it were bionic poodle that would be another matter.

Maybe I should have used this Icon.

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