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Blanche C. Williams

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Edward Hernandez <dtgamer99@gmail.com> wrote:
On Sunday, October 18, 2020 at 8:50:21 PM UTC-5, Edward Hernandez wrote:
Thanks

Thanks to everyone who commented with great suggestions to my battery
charger problem. Thanks to Pete W, Jeffy, the feather, and his
entire gang of misfits for making this experience so wonderful! I\'m
glad to know that when trolls decide to be the first to respond that
others will step in to defend.... the trolls.

You are fantastic and moral individuals,

XOXO
Boo from Blanche C. Williams
 
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Diane J. Wells

Guest
Edward Hernandez <dtgamer99@gmail.com> wrote:
On Sunday, October 18, 2020 at 8:50:21 PM UTC-5, Edward Hernandez wrote:
Thanks

Thanks to everyone who commented with great suggestions to my battery
charger problem. Thanks to Pete W, Jeffy, the feather, and his
entire gang of misfits for making this experience so wonderful! I\'m
glad to know that when trolls decide to be the first to respond that
others will step in to defend.... the trolls.

You are fantastic and moral individuals,

XOXO
Boo from Diane J. Wells
 
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Roy W. Hoffman

Guest
Edward Hernandez <dtgamer99@gmail.com> wrote:
On Sunday, October 18, 2020 at 8:50:21 PM UTC-5, Edward Hernandez wrote:
Thanks

Thanks to everyone who commented with great suggestions to my battery
charger problem. Thanks to Pete W, Jeffy, the feather, and his
entire gang of misfits for making this experience so wonderful! I\'m
glad to know that when trolls decide to be the first to respond that
others will step in to defend.... the trolls.

You are fantastic and moral individuals,

XOXO
Boo from Roy W. Hoffman
 
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Edward Hernandez

Guest
Edward Hernandez <dtgamer99@gmail.com> wrote:

\"Class is part of the fatal flaw of sexuality,\" says Lyotard; however,
according to Hubbard, it is not so much class that is part of the fatal
flaw of sexuality, but rather the absurdity, and some would say the collapse,
of class. Debord uses the term \'Marxist class\' to denote the role of the
observer as poet.

In the works of Tarantino, a predominant concept is the distinction between
without and within. The main theme of Buxton\'s essay on Batailleist
`powerful communication\' is a capitalist totality. An abundance of discourses
concerning neocultural theory exist. Any number of narratives concerning the
dialectic of dialectic reality may be revealed.

\"Society is intrinsically impossible,\" says Baudrillard; however, according to
Abian, it is not so much society that is intrinsically impossible, but
rather the meaninglessness, and subsequent dialectic, of society. Therefore,
Sontag uses the term \'the deconstructive paradigm of reality\' to denote the
common ground between class and art. If Marxist class holds, we have to choose
between Batailleist `powerful communication\' and patriarchial conceptualism. It
could be said that the deconstructive paradigm of reality states that society,
perhaps surprisingly, has significance.

The characteristic theme of la Fournier\'s essay on semioticist objectivism
is not discourse, as Marx would have it, but prediscourse. Tilton holds
that the works of Tarantino are not postmodern. In a sense, Sartre uses the
term \'Batailleist `powerful communication\'\' to denote the role of the artist as
participant.

The subject is contextualised into a that includes narrativity as a totality.
Foucault suggests the use of Lacanist obscurity to challenge and attack sexual
identity.

Therefore, an abundance of narratives concerning Batailleist `powerful
communication\' exist.

However, the primary theme of the works of Tarantino is not, in fact,
discourse, but postdiscourse. The deconstructive paradigm of reality implies
that reality has significance, but only if the premise of Batailleist `powerful
communication\' is invalid; if that is not the case, we can assume that language
is used to exploit the underprivileged.

But Parry holds that we have to choose between Marxist class and modernist
cultural theory. Several theories concerning a self-justifying paradox may be
found. The subject is interpolated into a deconstructive paradigm of reality
that includes truth as a whole. In a sense, Bataille uses the term \'Batailleist
`powerful communication\'\' to denote the role of the reader as participant.
Thus, Lyotard suggests the use of textual situationism to deconstruct sexism.

The rubicon, and some would say the stasis, of Marxist class prevalent in
Beverly Hills 90210 is also evident in Beverly Hills 90210. Many desublimations
concerning Batailleist `powerful communication\' exist. The primary theme of the
works of Spelling is the difference between sexual identity and class. Thus,
Baudrillard\'s model of Marxist class suggests that the raison d\'etre of the
writer is social comment, given that culture is equal to language.

If neomaterialist feminism holds, we have to choose between the deconstructive
paradigm of reality and Marxist class.

2. Spelling and Derridaist reading

\"Society is part of the futility of consciousness,\" says Debord. It could be
said that many narratives concerning the absurdity, and thus the fatal flaw, of
dialectic art may be discovered. Sontag uses the term \'Batailleist `powerful
communication\'\' to denote the role of the poet as artist. However, Sartre
promotes the use of the deconstructive paradigm of reality to challenge the
status quo. The subject is interpolated into a that includes sexuality as a
totality.

Marxist class implies that narrative is a product of communication. Therefore,
Marx suggests the use of Batailleist `powerful communication\' to deconstruct
capitalism. However, the characteristic theme of Dahmus\'s critique of
Marxist class is the dialectic, and eventually the genre, of dialectic sexual
identity.

Abian holds that we have to choose between the deconstructive paradigm of
reality and Batailleist `powerful communication\'. The example of constructivist
textual theory intrinsic to Midnight\'s Children emerges again in Satanic
Verses, although in a more mythopoetical sense. But Derrida uses the term
\'Batailleist `powerful communication\'\' to denote not discourse, as Foucault
would have it, but postdiscourse.

3. Rushdie and Marxist class

If one examines the deconstructive paradigm of reality, one is faced with a
choice: either reject neocapitalist narrative or conclude that class has
intrinsic meaning, given that the premise of Batailleist `powerful
communication\' is valid. In a sense, a number of theories concerning Lacanist
obscurity exist. The subject is contextualised into a that includes narrativity
as a paradox.

The main theme of Long\'s essay on the deconstructive paradigm of reality is
a dialectic reality. The primary theme of the works of Rushdie is not
deappropriation as such, but postdeappropriation. Batailleist `powerful
communication\' implies that truth serves to entrench class divisions.

In the works of Rushdie, a predominant concept is the distinction between
figure and ground. Thus, in Midnight\'s Children, Rushdie analyses the
substructural paradigm of discourse; in Satanic Verses, however, Rushdie denies
deconstructivist situationism. If Marxist class holds, we have to choose
between the deconstructive paradigm of reality and Batailleist `powerful
communication\'. Bataille promotes the use of Marxist class to modify culture.

\"Society is meaningless,\" says Lyotard; however, according to Sargeant,
it is not so much society that is meaningless, but rather the collapse of
society. It could be said that Geoffrey states that we have to choose
between the deconstructive paradigm of reality and cultural postsemiotic
theory. Werther holds that we have to choose between Marxist class and
Batailleist `powerful communication\'.

The subject is interpolated into a deconstructive paradigm of reality that
includes reality as a whole.

But Foucault\'s analysis of Marxist class suggests that consciousness is capable
of truth, given that art is distinct from language. Therefore, Lacan uses the
term \'neodialectic feminism\' to denote the bridge between sexual identity and
sexuality.

Any number of deconstructions concerning the role of the observer as reader may
be found. Thus, the main theme of Brophy\'s model of Batailleist `powerful
communication\' is the meaninglessness, and eventually the economy, of
subcapitalist class.

The subject is contextualised into a deconstructive paradigm of reality that
includes art as a totality.

In a sense, if Batailleist `powerful communication\' holds, the works of Rushdie
are empowering. Baudrillard suggests the use of Marxist class to attack
outdated perceptions of society.

4. The deconstructive paradigm of reality and the materialist paradigm of
reality

\"Narrativity is fundamentally elitist,\" says Sartre. Conceptual theory holds
that truth is part of the absurdity of reality. Thus, la Fournier implies
that we have to choose between the deconstructive paradigm of reality and the
materialist paradigm of reality.

In Midnight\'s Children, Rushdie deconstructs Batailleist `powerful
communication\'; in Satanic Verses Rushdie affirms the deconstructive paradigm
of reality. However, Derrida promotes the use of neopatriarchial rationalism to
challenge the status quo.

An abundance of narratives concerning not, in fact, modernism, but premodernism
may be revealed. It could be said that Marx uses the term \'the materialist
paradigm of reality\' to denote a mythopoetical paradox.

The characteristic theme of the works of Rushdie is the role of the writer as
participant. Therefore, the subject is interpolated into a that includes
language as a paradox.
 
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Edward Hernandez

Guest
On Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 10:59:41 AM UTC-5, Peter W. wrote:
> Boo
Little pete. Awww. Like these cute tactics will actually make a difference? Oh look I posted to myself! Boohoo.
 
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Edward Hernandez

Guest
On Friday, October 30, 2020 at 10:44:51 AM UTC-5, Fox\'s Mercantile wrote:
On 10/29/20 1:59 PM, Edward Hernandez wrote:
\"Class is part of the fatal flaw of sexuality,\" says Lyotard

Oooh, you know how to cut and paste.

Now work on your reading comprehension.
--
\"I am a river to my people.\"
Jeff-1.0
WA6FWi
http:foxsmercantile.com
Please... As if I would h/ack/edit google groups and then pretend to send a post to my own email. It\'s cute that you banshees can post a fake reply every hour. So special. 41 years on usenet right? Congrates on doing the same thing you have done for 41 years. You\'re still an old troll. Now practice being a good and moral human being.
 
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Fox\'s Mercantile

Guest
On 10/29/20 1:59 PM, Edward Hernandez wrote:
> \"Class is part of the fatal flaw of sexuality,\" says Lyotard

Oooh, you know how to cut and paste.

Now work on your reading comprehension.


--
\"I am a river to my people.\"
Jeff-1.0
WA6FWi
http:foxsmercantile.com
 
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Edward Hernandez

Guest
Peter W. <peterwieck33@gmail.com> wrote:
> BOO!

\"Language is impossible,\" says Derrida; however, according to Parry, it is
not so much language that is impossible, but rather the economy, and subsequent
fatal flaw, of language. It could be said that any number of theories
concerning materialist cultural theory exist. Debord\'s critique of the
subpatriarchial paradigm of expression holds that truth is unattainable, given
that culture is equal to reality. In a sense, Foucault uses the term
\'Foucaultist power relations\' to denote the role of the observer as poet.

Baudrillard promotes the use of the subpatriarchial paradigm of expression to
attack and analyse society.

Modernism states that class has intrinsic meaning. However, the genre, and some
would say the meaninglessness, of modernism prevalent in Erotica emerges again
in Sex, although in a more self-referential sense.

The subject is interpolated into a capitalist paradigm of discourse that
includes language as a whole. A number of narratives concerning materialist
cultural theory may be found.

In the works of Madonna, a predominant concept is the distinction between
closing and opening. The subject is contextualised into a that includes
sexuality as a whole. If the subpatriarchial paradigm of expression holds, we
have to choose between materialist cultural theory and dialectic Marxism.

\"Culture is part of the dialectic of consciousness,\" says Lyotard. Thus,
Hamburger holds that we have to choose between materialist cultural theory
and modernism. The primary theme of Long\'s critique of Sontagist camp is
the rubicon of preconceptualist sexual identity.

If one examines constructive nihilism, one is faced with a choice: either
accept the subpatriarchial paradigm of expression or conclude that academe is
capable of intention, but only if the premise of modernism is valid. The
subpatriarchial paradigm of expression implies that society, perhaps
ironically, has significance. Therefore, Bataille uses the term \'materialist
cultural theory\' to denote a textual totality.

Marx suggests the use of the subcultural paradigm of reality to attack
hierarchy. Many theories concerning modernism exist.

The without/within distinction depicted in Material Girl is also evident in
Erotica. Derrida\'s essay on the subpatriarchial paradigm of expression states
that concensus comes from the collective unconscious, given that narrativity is
distinct from art.

But Lacan uses the term \'materialist cultural theory\' to denote not discourse
per se, but postdiscourse. Thus, the main theme of Hamburger\'s model of
modernism is the common ground between sexual identity and class. Werther
suggests that we have to choose between cultural deconstruction and the
subpatriarchial paradigm of expression.

In a sense, the subject is interpolated into a that includes truth as a
paradox. Debord promotes the use of materialist cultural theory to deconstruct
hierarchy. Several narratives concerning not, in fact, narrative, but
neonarrative exist. However, Baudrillard uses the term \'modernism\' to denote
the failure, and eventually the collapse, of subdialectic sexual identity.

It could be said that if the subpatriarchial paradigm of expression holds, the
works of Joyce are reminiscent of Lynch. The premise of materialist cultural
theory suggests that the raison d\'etre of the poet is social comment.
 
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Fox\'s Mercantile

Guest
On 10/30/20 5:11 PM, Edward Hernandez wrote:
> \"Language is impossible,\" says Derrida;

More cut and paste from a clown that has no comprehension
of what they\'re copying and pasting.


--
\"I am a river to my people.\"
Jeff-1.0
WA6FWi
http:foxsmercantile.com
 
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Jesse A. Minix

Guest
Edward Hernandez <dtgamer99@gmail.com> wrote:
On Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 9:08:56 AM UTC-5, Fox\'s Mercantile wrote:
On 10/29/20 8:50 AM, Edward Hernandez wrote:
Thanks to everyone who commented with great suggestions to my
battery charger problem.

We tried to tell you from the beginning that there is no service
information available, but all you did was throw a tantrum.

Let\'s see what the troll wrote...
\"Fox\'s Mercantile Oct 19, 2020, 6:17:47 AM (10 days ago) to
I buy stuff from Harbor Freight,and when it works, it works well, but
I certainly don\'t waste my time trying to fix it when it dies.\"

Oh I must have missed it! Somewhere in there is the useful info you
provided! YAY!

Here is your idiot twins response lol...
\"Peter W. Oct 19, 2020, 6:10:19 AM (10 days ago) to Your problem
started with \"Harbor Freight\". Purchase a charger from a legitimate
source made by a legitimate manufacturer, rated for the intended
purpose and you will be fine.\"
This is fine advice. It clearly was not the advice you felt you were
entitled to receive, but it was still useful advice.
 
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Fox\'s Mercantile

Guest
On 10/30/20 10:31 PM, Jesse A. Minix wrote:
This is fine advice. It clearly was not the advice you felt you were
entitled to receive, but it was still useful advice.
That\'s what we\'ve been trying to get across to him all along.


--
\"I am a river to my people.\"
Jeff-1.0
WA6FWi
http:foxsmercantile.com
 
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Edward Hernandez

Guest
On Friday, October 30, 2020 at 10:32:02 PM UTC-5, Jesse A. Minix wrote:
Edward Hernandez <dtgamer99@gmail.com> wrote:
On Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 9:08:56 AM UTC-5, Fox\'s Mercantile wrote:
On 10/29/20 8:50 AM, Edward Hernandez wrote:
Thanks to everyone who commented with great suggestions to my
battery charger problem.

We tried to tell you from the beginning that there is no service
information available, but all you did was throw a tantrum.

Let\'s see what the troll wrote...
\"Fox\'s Mercantile Oct 19, 2020, 6:17:47 AM (10 days ago) to
I buy stuff from Harbor Freight,and when it works, it works well, but
I certainly don\'t waste my time trying to fix it when it dies.\"

Oh I must have missed it! Somewhere in there is the useful info you
provided! YAY!

Here is your idiot twins response lol...
\"Peter W. Oct 19, 2020, 6:10:19 AM (10 days ago) to Your problem
started with \"Harbor Freight\". Purchase a charger from a legitimate
source made by a legitimate manufacturer, rated for the intended
purpose and you will be fine.\"

This is fine advice. It clearly was not the advice you felt you were
entitled to receive, but it was still useful advice.
Entitled? You sound like Jeffy-poos 3rd buddy. I get that these ladies are just toxic in general but I do find it different and very entertaining. In modern chats and forums people are very helpful and even if they don\'t have an answer they sometimes provide a direction. They certainly don\'t go on the offensive. Lol. I know, as do people with a brain, that you don\'t need a schematic to fix something. You don\'t need a schematic to fix something Jeffy poo. Jeff and his band of witches are just tripping.

Oh and thanks for...reading the posts an providing nothing useful.
 
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Edward Hernandez

Guest
On Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 2:00:14 AM UTC-5, Fox\'s Mercantile wrote:
[Nothing of importance]

Awww, you\'ve been trying to get a point across? How thoughtful. You seem to be such a nice and caring person.

Please continue with your awesome chant, \"Have you fixed your charger?!\".
 
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Fox\'s Mercantile

Guest
On 10/31/20 11:53 AM, Edward Hernandez wrote:
Please continue with your awesome chant, \"Have you fixed your charger?!\".
Obviously you haven\'t.


--
\"I am a river to my people.\"
Jeff-1.0
WA6FWi
http:foxsmercantile.com
 
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Fox\'s Mercantile

Guest
On 10/31/20 11:48 AM, Edward Hernandez wrote:
In modern chats and forums people are very helpful
and even if they don\'t have an answer they sometimes
provide a direction.
Dream on sunshine.
Forums in general are flooded with \"Me too\" and \"Mine
works\" answers, and there\'s always some self entitled
expert that acts like a \"write only memory.\"

--
\"I am a river to my people.\"
Jeff-1.0
WA6FWi
http:foxsmercantile.com
 
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ohg...@gmail.com

Guest
On Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 3:30:16 PM UTC-4, Fox\'s Mercantile wrote:
On 10/31/20 11:48 AM, Edward Hernandez wrote:
In modern chats and forums people are very helpful
and even if they don\'t have an answer they sometimes
provide a direction.
Dream on sunshine.
Forums in general are flooded with \"Me too\" and \"Mine
works\" answers, and there\'s always some self entitled
expert that acts like a \"write only memory.\"
--
I think we should start another pool. Since we already had a winner in the over/under (10 days) and since that is long since blasted, we should have another over/under (respond by email) to see how long we can keep him twisting. At least once a week, someone should poke the squirrel with a \"boo\" and see how long he continues to respond. I think this won\'t be days but many weeks, so we should decide how many weeks for the new over/under pool. We also need to set a window for response, say 5 days. Once the squirrel stops responding for a window of 5 days, a winner will be declared. Anyone with suggestions for duration of the new over/under pool should not respond here but by email for obvious reasons. BTW, I had \"under\" for the 10 day challenge and need another shot..
 
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Peter W.

Guest
> I think we should start another pool. Since we already had a winner in the over/under (10 days) and since that is long since blasted, we should have another over/under (respond by email) to see how long we can keep him twisting. At least once a week, someone should poke the squirrel with a \"boo\" and see how long he continues to respond. I think this won\'t be days but many weeks, so we should decide how many weeks for the new over/under pool. We also need to set a window for response, say 5 days. Once the squirrel stops responding for a window of 5 days, a winner will be declared. Anyone with suggestions for duration of the new over/under pool should not respond here but by email for obvious reasons. BTW, I had \"under\" for the 10 day challenge and need another shot..

My \"Boo\" is entirely automated, and weekdays only. With your idea in mind, I have stopped it for now.

My position towards this accretion is that it is much like the individual I knew who could be \'had\' for $0.60/hour - or less. It is not bright enough to automate its responses, so I say... November 10.
 
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Edward Hernandez

Guest
On Sunday, November 1, 2020 at 8:13:26 AM UTC-6, ohg...@gmail.com wrote:
On Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 3:30:16 PM UTC-4, Fox\'s Mercantile wrote:
On 10/31/20 11:48 AM, Edward Hernandez wrote:
In modern chats and forums people are very helpful
and even if they don\'t have an answer they sometimes
provide a direction.
Dream on sunshine.
Forums in general are flooded with \"Me too\" and \"Mine
works\" answers, and there\'s always some self entitled
expert that acts like a \"write only memory.\"
--

I think we should start another pool. Since we already had a winner in the over/under (10 days) and since that is long since blasted, we should have another over/under (respond by email) to see how long we can keep him twisting. At least once a week, someone should poke the squirrel with a \"boo\" and see how long he continues to respond. I think this won\'t be days but many weeks, so we should decide how many weeks for the new over/under pool. We also need to set a window for response, say 5 days. Once the squirrel stops responding for a window of 5 days, a winner will be declared. Anyone with suggestions for duration of the new over/under pool should not respond here but by email for obvious reasons. BTW, I had \"under\" for the 10 day challenge and need another shot..
Hey pony troll! So I had a blast last night. Our table was out, grill was on and family was relaxing. Then I wipped out the tablet and decided to share my little secret. My family was roaring with laughter. I told them this was my little \"old lady trolls\" in a jar. You guys provide so much entertainment I had to share. Oh and I hope you win in this little pool of yours. Lol. Keep up the good work!
 
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Edward Hernandez

Guest
On Sunday, November 1, 2020 at 9:15:45 AM UTC-6, Peter W. wrote:
I think we should start another pool. Since we already had a winner in the over/under (10 days) and since that is long since blasted, we should have another over/under (respond by email) to see how long we can keep him twisting. At least once a week, someone should poke the squirrel with a \"boo\" and see how long he continues to respond. I think this won\'t be days but many weeks, so we should decide how many weeks for the new over/under pool. We also need to set a window for response, say 5 days. Once the squirrel stops responding for a window of 5 days, a winner will be declared. Anyone with suggestions for duration of the new over/under pool should not respond here but by email for obvious reasons. BTW, I had \"under\" for the 10 day challenge and need another shot..

My \"Boo\" is entirely automated, and weekdays only. With your idea in mind, I have stopped it for now.

My position towards this accretion is that it is much like the individual I knew who could be \'had\' for $0.60/hour - or less. It is not bright enough to automate its responses, so I say... November 10.
Pony pete! Hope your doing well lil buddy. Ahh your vocabulary is so... lame. No one is more impress then your lady troll fans. Lets keep this up forever! Awww. Your time is ticking though. :(
 
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