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  1. It took me a bit, Nietzsche, but that is dead on. That absolutely should be copyrighted. People be usin it as a t-shirt. I don’t know how you can own the rights to something like that, but you need to try.

  2. I think we need to show more respect for soda cans of every brand. Do ou think they like being popped, slurped, crushed, recycled or left for dead on the side of the road?

    Just because they’re soda cans does not mean they are not as patriotic as the next apparetly inert object, as god fearing, as worthy of basic dignity.

    As much as we, they are god. Not in some receeding, metamorphic, ironic sense, but complete union, dare I say unity with the absolute.

    One nation, under pepsi…

  3. @ bob:
    u cant scar me
    om stickin witha youuu-nion,
    om stickin witha youuu-nion,
    om stickin witha youuu-nion.

    u cant scar me
    om stickin with a youu-nion,
    stickin witha youuu-nion
    of man and God.

  4. “Ist Totten” don’t you mean, and of course look at the swirl more closely, and you see the end of a political project

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