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=== 23 September 2014 ===
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'''[[Town meeting]]''' is the municipal legislature in many towns in [[New England]]. Town meeting has been called "the purest form of democracy," pure although none of the ingredients are refined. Students of the contaminated version called [[Congress]] can restore their faith by studying democracy at full "strength."
   
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[[Democracy]] is the form of government where "the majority rules." [[Americans]] have historically been giddy about democracy, as they enjoy a system where fifty-percent-plus-one of the voters can have their way on propositions such as:
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*Joe should be mayor because he says he goes to all of Junior's [[American football|football]] games.
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*All the [[candy]] at the store should be half-price, and my [[health care]] should be free.
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*[[UnNews:Romney/Ryan to re-institute Negro slavery|We should be free to buy and sell Negroes.]]
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*We should weigh Sarah down with rocks and throw her in the river, and if she floats, we should hang her because it proves she is a [[witch]]. '''([[Town meeting|more]]...)'''
   
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== [[Bluestocking]] ==
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=== 27 September 2014 ===
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'''[[Bluestocking|The Bluestockings]]''' were a group of [[lesbians]] from the [[18th century]] with [[foot]] [[fetish]]es who had a discreet code for recognising each other&mdash;wearing [[blue]] [[sock|stocking]]s&mdash;hence their society's title. Just like many other societies of the [[modern]] era, the group had certain criteria that were to be checked for and met during the prospective bluestocking's initiation ceremony: a prestigious [[education]], [[literacy]], a state of good birth, a substantial lot of money and some measure of political influence were always considered by the [[brothel|madams]] who admit new members, but these were not nearly as important as the possession of a [[vagina dentata]], at least 10cm² of pubic [[hair]], a sworn hatred of her [[husband]], an apartment large enough to have an [[orgy]] in and a pair of blue stockings.
   
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The founding of the society by "Queen of the [[Blues]]" Bessie Smith in 1748 was said to be a woman's answer to the ever-growing popularity of the [[WP:Gentleman's Club|Gentleman's Club]], where respectable homosexual gentlemen would frolic and read [[newspaper]]s. Other than doing [[dominatrix]]-related antics, the ladies would read the classics such as [[Virgil]] or [[Homer]], discuss politics (local issues such as refuse collection lapses or corruption within the ranks of refuse collectors), and lament upon how awful [[Edward Gibbon]] was in the sack. '''([[Bluestocking|more]]...)'''
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== [[The Doctor is IN]] ==
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=== 30 September 2014 ===
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The twin colossi of [[Psychoanalysis]], [[Sigmund Freud]] and [[Carl Jung]], were two of a kind; bearded nineteenth century, middle [[European]] poop-obsessives. It is no surprise, therefore, that for many the standard image of the psychoanalyst is of a heavily accented pervert who assumes his own deviant sexual interest in his [[mother]] is universal. Had Jung and Freud been the only model of the Psychoanalyst it seems unlikely that the profession would ever have gained the high esteem that it holds today in modern [[USA]]. For that a more approachable, more wholesome, more [[American]] Psychoanalyst would be required. But who could fill the role?
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Until the early 1900’s the only advice available to those [[mad|several shots short of a piss-up]] was to pull themselves together and not make a scene (still the standard prescription for [[British]] sufferers of [[mental|scrambled synapse syndrome]]). Following the publication of Freud’s masterpiece '''''“Ihre Mutter”''''' (''Your Mom''), however, the nation was awash with professionals expensively inviting you to blame yourself for your problems and to enrol yourself on a thirty month course of [[gossip|“talking therapy”]]. Who but the wealthy could afford bad advice at $100 an hour? The profession seemed about to founder when the late 1950s saw the arrival of Doctor Lucille Van Pelt, dispenser of bad advice for a mere five cents a session.
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Despite a lack of formal qualifications beyond Grade [[School]] within years Van Pelt had diagnosed the mental issues of her fellow [[Peanuts]] co-stars and realised the pain behind the smiles of so many others who are paid to entertain us in the burgeoning cartoon industry. '''[[The Doctor is IN|The Doctor was IN]]'''. '''([[The Doctor is IN|more]]...)'''
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== [[Why?:Eat a full English Breakfast]] ==
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=== 03 October 2014 ===
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'''[[Why?:Eat a full English Breakfast|Firstly, why eat breakfast at all?]]'''
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Because your [[mother]] told you [[breakfast]] was the most important meal of the [[day]]. And she was right. Just surviving the [[night]] is no guarantee of living through the rest of the day. Eat something now - you may be run over by bus, or eaten by a [[lion]]. This may be your last chance.
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But what should you eat? You ''could'' just eat toast, of course. But are you really going to waste your last meal on partially cremated [[bread]]? You may as well have [[died]] in your [[sleep]]. Surely the fact that your unconscious body kept you alive while your attention was elsewhere means that it deserves sustenance of a higher order. Show some ambition.
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There are only three choices for breakfast and your decision says more about you than your diary, your [[police]] record and the witty daily thought you leave on [[facebook|FaceBook]] combined. '''([[Why?:Eat a full English Breakfast|more]]...)'''
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== [[Commonwealth of Nations]] ==
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'''[[Commonwealth of Nations|The Commonwealth of Nations]]''', commonly known as '''the [[British Empire|Empire]]''' (also, the '''British Sphere of Influence'''), is an intergovernmental organisation of 53 dismembered colonies of the Commonwealth of [[Nation]]s that all share a common abundance of poverty with exception to [[Britain]], [[Canada]] and [[New Zealand]] (but not as commonly believed [[Australia]]). The Commonwealth operates by conscientious decision-making of the member states, with tranquillisers administered to 90% of [[diplomat]]s before the start of each meeting.
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The Commonwealth dates back to the third Churchillian Government in the mid-20th Century, with the phoney decolonisation of the British Empire, which followed the failure of the National Horticultural world domination Society ([[NHS]]), [[Clement Attlee|Attlee's]] new organisation which was to assume the roles and responsibilities of the British Empire (it ended up as a National Pensioners Service). It was formally constituted by the London-Warsaw Pact in 1955, which established a British sphere of influence over the colonies as "free and equal." The symbol of this free association is Queen [[Elizabeth II]], the un-electable Head of the Commonwealth. The electable Head of the Commonwealth is Gary, former HR director at a major London bank with a degree in media studies. The Queen is also the [[monarch]] of 16 members of the Commonwealth, known as realms. Famous realms include [[Gondor]], [[Rohan]] and her own resident realm of [[Mordor]]. The other members of the Commonwealth have different persons as head of state: 32 members are [[republic]]s and five members are unsure of who rules their country and are in the process of deciding via mass genocide and drug trafficking.
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Member states (or colonies) have no care for one another or the organisation in general. Instead, they are united by heavily accented and misspelt language, troubling history, a common need to oppress their subjects, and their shared views on democracy, human plights, and the rule of more. These values are enshrined in the [[Constitution of the UK|Commonwealth Charter]] and promoted by the quadrennial [[Cotswold Olimpick Games|Commonwealth Hunger Games]].
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== [[HowTo:Repair a broken smartphone]] ==
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=== 11 October 2014 ===
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'''[[HowTo:Repair a broken smartphone|In our society ]]''', obsessed with efficiency and new technologies, smartphones are omnipresent. They are also an object a civilized person must have in their possession, no matter whether they are in need of it or not, as the need usually comes after the purchase.
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The [[iPhone|smartphone's]] modest size, clever structure and [[Bug|great capabilities]] make it extremely useful in daily life for several reasons. A [[television]] that magnetizes the entire family for an evening show, a book, a [[boomerang]] (although it tends not to return), an accidental Taser - these are only a few of the functions that an average smartphone successfully accomplishes.
   
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However, the fragility of this wonderful mechanism cannot be ignored. A broken smartphone is even more useless than a broken boomerang (which still functions as a club, of sorts, or a bookmark). The unlucky owners of a broken smartphone are often subject to serious mental trauma, [[Post-masturbatory_depression|strong post-traumatic depression]] and, in 99 cases out of 100, eventual [[death]].
   
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But don’t despair! Your humble servant, ''this'' guy, is an expert in smartphone repair, as well as in many other [[Turing Duck Test|fields]] [[EDSAC|of]] [[The Swedish Orienteering And Firing A Rat From A Cannon Championships|science]], and if you are numbered among the Damned, I shall cure your misery before you are able to end your prayer.'''([[ HowTo:Repair a broken smartphone|more]]...)'''
   
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== [[Cafeteria food]] ==
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'''[[Cafeteria food]]''' is a term used to describe anything served at [[school]] [[cafeteria]]s as a substitute for actual food. Although the term is usually used to describe carbs and sugar, other items available at the cafeteria, such as [[spork]]s and napkins, also are considered cafeteria food and are usually safer to eat. Recently, cafeteria food was rated #3 on [[Time|Time Magazine's]] 2011 List of Unhealthiest Foods, just behind molten [[lead]] with whipped cream and [[nuclear waste]] à la mode.
   
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Meatloaf is made up of 12% [[meat]], 78% loaf, and 10% [[other]]. It is generally served either [[Great Britain|British]] style (in which it is covered in a thick, [[brown]] gravy), [[America]]n style (in which it is covered in [[bacon]] and [[cheese]]), or [[Italy|Italian]] style (in which it is covered in [[ketchup]]). Most meatloaf contains a mixture of [[pork]], [[beef]], and [[chicken]], though [[turkey (animal)|turkey]], [[badger]], [[squirrel]], [[possum]], [[kitten]], and [[gerbil]] may also be present. Despite being flavored with [[E. coli]], cafeteria meatloaf has more of a "[[Mad Cow Disease]]" taste according to a recent poll among [[high school]] [[student]]s aged 14-18.
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Sloppy joes consist of yesterday's meatloaf after it is thrown into a [[blender]] and plopped on a bun. Since nobody eats the meatloaf anyway, sloppy joes provide a second [[lunch]] with enough servings for everyone. Any uneaten sloppy joes are formed into a [[Turd|loaf shape]] and baked, creating meatloaf once again. This cycle can continue for weeks or until the [[health]] [[Detective|inspector]] arrives and closes the cafeteria.
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A '''[[faggot]]''' is a woodwind instrument in the double reed [[family]], used to play [[music]] written in the [[bass]] and tenor registers and occasionally even higher, apart from when they have those really annoying squeaky put-on voices sometimes that just put my [[teeth]] on edge.
 
   
I'm as [[liberal]] as the next person, but it just doesn't seem [[natural]] to choose to be a faggot player. Because it ''is'' a choice, and don't let them tell you any different - they could have picked up any instrument in that music shop, but what did they choose? Not a [[drum]] kit or something manly like a [[trumpet]], that's for sure.
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== [[Ad hominem]] ==
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Due to the complicated [[finger]]ing and the problem of reeds, the faggot is one of the more difficult instruments to learn; schoolchildren typically take up the faggot only after starting on another easier instrument. Which means they're perfectly [[happy]] when they're kids, and then suddenly they get lured off into ''that'' life. I mean what more proof do you need? '''([[Faggot|more]]...)'''
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'''[[Ad hominem]]''' (derived from [[Latin]]; or '''Ad-ay ominem-Hay''' in [[Pig Latin]]) is an effective technique used to disprove the argument of a [[stupid]] person whose ill-conceived ideas are probably reminiscent of a troubled childhood. The opponent is attacked personally rather than responded to based on their daft ideals and even dafter hairstyle. In most cases the point that is attacked is irrelevant and has no reasoning behind it. Those who use ad hominem points to counter ad hominem points are just as silly and are only leading themselves down a route of more sin.
   
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An example of an ad hominem argument is the debate surrounding [[Gay-Z|gays]]. The gay [[Original sin|sinners]], who thanks to their high pitched voice can barely be detected by normal human ears, when presenting their argument put forward the point that people who hate gays only hate gays because they're white and vote for the [[BNP]]. The gays who mentioned this point all went to states school and [[UnBooks:Erogenous Zones and Difficulties in Overcoming Finding Them|learnt geography]] so are, unfortunately, completely incapable of understanding how stupid their point was.
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Abusive ad hominem arguments involve a petty use of verbal or physical violence against the opponent because the opponent is mentally ill and only has one arm and so can't hold up a substantive argument. Verbal abuse can involve comedic lampoons of the opposition with statements such as "You smell", "You're a loser" and "[[Speaking Clock|Mr. Speaker]], Mr. Speaker the Honourable Gentleman owns less than me. Pray shut him up my good man." '''([[Ad hominem|more]]...)'''
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'''[[Gerry Cheevers|Gerry "Buzzsaw" "Hacksaw" "Chainsaw" "Deathtoll" "Manslayer" "Axemaniac" Cheevers]]''' was a demi-god who, appearing in the form of a [[hockey]] goaltender, backstopped the Boston Bruins to Stanley Cup victories in 1970 and 1972. Emerging from the mythical and legendary [[Canada]] under suspicious circumstances, he still holds several [[NHL]] records, most of them involving violence of some kind. Known for his beer-drinking abilities and his unusual choice of headgear, Gerry Cheevers is one guy you don't want to fuck around with. '''([[Gerry Cheevers|more]]...)'''
 
   
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The [[France|'''French''']] are [[Famous|famed]] for their [[Food|culinary skills]] which consists of [[Shagging|"''baking bread''"]] and [[Hot Chick|"''producing hot buns and tarts''"]]. There is also the widely adopted pastime of [[drinking]] excess [[coffee]] so as to be able to [[Shag|stay up]] late into the [[night]]; indeed France is a [[nation]] of "''midnight alley cats''".
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'''[[Nouvelle cuisine]]''' is the ideal answer when a restaurant becomes too popular. In these cases, the chef is worked off his or her feet trying to keep all those tables supplied with appetising, nutritious food. Increasing the prices may offer a temporary relief from the overpopularity of the eating-place, or it may instead create an atmosphere of quality and exclusiveness, thereby increasing customers further still. Switching from food to Nouvelle Cuisine helpfully reduces the number of customers to manageable proportions, without resorting to such unpopular or illegal measures as [[salmonella]] or [[e-coli]].
   
The [[French]] have also have a great claim to [[fame]] by having [[Social Commentary|overpowering unions]], which have led to slow industry and the country being in [[Economics|perpetual recession]] and ruled by [[Krypton|crypto]][[fascist|-fascist]] [[Goverment|governments]] since France's defeat in the [[World War 2|Second World War]]. '''([[France|more]]...)'''
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No one single characteristic describes Nouvelle Cuisine. Rather, a combination of known attributes, when seen together, determine the style to exist.
   
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*'''Dusty eating surfaces:''' The plate, and any other surfaces carrying food shall be sufficiently [[dust]]y to create the impression of a possible [[hygiene]] concern. If plates do not remain unused long enough for natural dust to build up, then this may be substituted with flour, or in fact with any powdery material typically found in a [[kitchen]]. '''([[Nouvelle cuisine|more]]...)'''
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The '''[[Rule of Three]]''' is a principle in [[English]] writing that suggests a list of three things is inherently funnier, more effective or more [[orgasm|sexually satisfying]] than a list of any other number of things. Often to obtain maximum [[humour]], the third thing in the list breaks the pattern set up by the other two. It is an important [[comedy]] writing technique often used in [[television]] shows, stand-up comedy routines and [[erotic]] novels. The technique can be combined with any other comedy technique including [[redundancy]], [[random humour]] and [[redundancy]]. It should not be overused, however, as the joke will fast become [[Uncyclopedia:In-jokes|stale]], [[Oprah Winfrey|stagnant]] and [[Chuck_Norris/Facts|hilarious]]. '''([[Rule of Three|more]]...)'''
 

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Town meeting is the municipal legislature in many towns in New England. Town meeting has been called "the purest form of democracy," pure although none of the ingredients are refined. Students of the contaminated version called Congress can restore their faith by studying democracy at full "strength."

Democracy is the form of government where "the majority rules." Americans have historically been giddy about democracy, as they enjoy a system where fifty-percent-plus-one of the voters can have their way on propositions such as:

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The Bluestockings were a group of lesbians from the 18th century with foot fetishes who had a discreet code for recognising each other—wearing blue stockings—hence their society's title. Just like many other societies of the modern era, the group had certain criteria that were to be checked for and met during the prospective bluestocking's initiation ceremony: a prestigious education, literacy, a state of good birth, a substantial lot of money and some measure of political influence were always considered by the madams who admit new members, but these were not nearly as important as the possession of a vagina dentata, at least 10cm² of pubic hair, a sworn hatred of her husband, an apartment large enough to have an orgy in and a pair of blue stockings.

The founding of the society by "Queen of the Blues" Bessie Smith in 1748 was said to be a woman's answer to the ever-growing popularity of the Gentleman's Club, where respectable homosexual gentlemen would frolic and read newspapers. Other than doing dominatrix-related antics, the ladies would read the classics such as Virgil or Homer, discuss politics (local issues such as refuse collection lapses or corruption within the ranks of refuse collectors), and lament upon how awful Edward Gibbon was in the sack. (more...)

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The doctor is in

The twin colossi of Psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, were two of a kind; bearded nineteenth century, middle European poop-obsessives. It is no surprise, therefore, that for many the standard image of the psychoanalyst is of a heavily accented pervert who assumes his own deviant sexual interest in his mother is universal. Had Jung and Freud been the only model of the Psychoanalyst it seems unlikely that the profession would ever have gained the high esteem that it holds today in modern USA. For that a more approachable, more wholesome, more American Psychoanalyst would be required. But who could fill the role?

Until the early 1900’s the only advice available to those several shots short of a piss-up was to pull themselves together and not make a scene (still the standard prescription for British sufferers of scrambled synapse syndrome). Following the publication of Freud’s masterpiece “Ihre Mutter” (Your Mom), however, the nation was awash with professionals expensively inviting you to blame yourself for your problems and to enrol yourself on a thirty month course of “talking therapy”. Who but the wealthy could afford bad advice at $100 an hour? The profession seemed about to founder when the late 1950s saw the arrival of Doctor Lucille Van Pelt, dispenser of bad advice for a mere five cents a session.

Despite a lack of formal qualifications beyond Grade School within years Van Pelt had diagnosed the mental issues of her fellow Peanuts co-stars and realised the pain behind the smiles of so many others who are paid to entertain us in the burgeoning cartoon industry. The Doctor was IN. (more...)

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Bacon and Eggs

Firstly, why eat breakfast at all? Because your mother told you breakfast was the most important meal of the day. And she was right. Just surviving the night is no guarantee of living through the rest of the day. Eat something now - you may be run over by bus, or eaten by a lion. This may be your last chance.

But what should you eat? You could just eat toast, of course. But are you really going to waste your last meal on partially cremated bread? You may as well have died in your sleep. Surely the fact that your unconscious body kept you alive while your attention was elsewhere means that it deserves sustenance of a higher order. Show some ambition.

There are only three choices for breakfast and your decision says more about you than your diary, your police record and the witty daily thought you leave on FaceBook combined. (more...)

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The Commonwealth of Nations, commonly known as the Empire (also, the British Sphere of Influence), is an intergovernmental organisation of 53 dismembered colonies of the Commonwealth of Nations that all share a common abundance of poverty with exception to Britain, Canada and New Zealand (but not as commonly believed Australia). The Commonwealth operates by conscientious decision-making of the member states, with tranquillisers administered to 90% of diplomats before the start of each meeting.

The Commonwealth dates back to the third Churchillian Government in the mid-20th Century, with the phoney decolonisation of the British Empire, which followed the failure of the National Horticultural world domination Society (NHS), Attlee's new organisation which was to assume the roles and responsibilities of the British Empire (it ended up as a National Pensioners Service). It was formally constituted by the London-Warsaw Pact in 1955, which established a British sphere of influence over the colonies as "free and equal." The symbol of this free association is Queen Elizabeth II, the un-electable Head of the Commonwealth. The electable Head of the Commonwealth is Gary, former HR director at a major London bank with a degree in media studies. The Queen is also the monarch of 16 members of the Commonwealth, known as realms. Famous realms include Gondor, Rohan and her own resident realm of Mordor. The other members of the Commonwealth have different persons as head of state: 32 members are republics and five members are unsure of who rules their country and are in the process of deciding via mass genocide and drug trafficking.

Member states (or colonies) have no care for one another or the organisation in general. Instead, they are united by heavily accented and misspelt language, troubling history, a common need to oppress their subjects, and their shared views on democracy, human plights, and the rule of more. These values are enshrined in the Commonwealth Charter and promoted by the quadrennial Commonwealth Hunger Games. (more...)

edit HowTo:Repair a broken smartphone

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Take a closer look

In our society , obsessed with efficiency and new technologies, smartphones are omnipresent. They are also an object a civilized person must have in their possession, no matter whether they are in need of it or not, as the need usually comes after the purchase.

The smartphone's modest size, clever structure and great capabilities make it extremely useful in daily life for several reasons. A television that magnetizes the entire family for an evening show, a book, a boomerang (although it tends not to return), an accidental Taser - these are only a few of the functions that an average smartphone successfully accomplishes.

However, the fragility of this wonderful mechanism cannot be ignored. A broken smartphone is even more useless than a broken boomerang (which still functions as a club, of sorts, or a bookmark). The unlucky owners of a broken smartphone are often subject to serious mental trauma, strong post-traumatic depression and, in 99 cases out of 100, eventual death.

But don’t despair! Your humble servant, this guy, is an expert in smartphone repair, as well as in many other fields of science, and if you are numbered among the Damned, I shall cure your misery before you are able to end your prayer.(more...)

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Cafeteria

Cafeteria food is a term used to describe anything served at school cafeterias as a substitute for actual food. Although the term is usually used to describe carbs and sugar, other items available at the cafeteria, such as sporks and napkins, also are considered cafeteria food and are usually safer to eat. Recently, cafeteria food was rated #3 on Time Magazine's 2011 List of Unhealthiest Foods, just behind molten lead with whipped cream and nuclear waste à la mode.

Meatloaf is made up of 12% meat, 78% loaf, and 10% other. It is generally served either British style (in which it is covered in a thick, brown gravy), American style (in which it is covered in bacon and cheese), or Italian style (in which it is covered in ketchup). Most meatloaf contains a mixture of pork, beef, and chicken, though turkey, badger, squirrel, possum, kitten, and gerbil may also be present. Despite being flavored with E. coli, cafeteria meatloaf has more of a "Mad Cow Disease" taste according to a recent poll among high school students aged 14-18.

Sloppy joes consist of yesterday's meatloaf after it is thrown into a blender and plopped on a bun. Since nobody eats the meatloaf anyway, sloppy joes provide a second lunch with enough servings for everyone. Any uneaten sloppy joes are formed into a loaf shape and baked, creating meatloaf once again. This cycle can continue for weeks or until the health inspector arrives and closes the cafeteria. (more...)

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Adhominemabusive

Ad hominem (derived from Latin; or Ad-ay ominem-Hay in Pig Latin) is an effective technique used to disprove the argument of a stupid person whose ill-conceived ideas are probably reminiscent of a troubled childhood. The opponent is attacked personally rather than responded to based on their daft ideals and even dafter hairstyle. In most cases the point that is attacked is irrelevant and has no reasoning behind it. Those who use ad hominem points to counter ad hominem points are just as silly and are only leading themselves down a route of more sin.

An example of an ad hominem argument is the debate surrounding gays. The gay sinners, who thanks to their high pitched voice can barely be detected by normal human ears, when presenting their argument put forward the point that people who hate gays only hate gays because they're white and vote for the BNP. The gays who mentioned this point all went to states school and learnt geography so are, unfortunately, completely incapable of understanding how stupid their point was.

Abusive ad hominem arguments involve a petty use of verbal or physical violence against the opponent because the opponent is mentally ill and only has one arm and so can't hold up a substantive argument. Verbal abuse can involve comedic lampoons of the opposition with statements such as "You smell", "You're a loser" and "Mr. Speaker, Mr. Speaker the Honourable Gentleman owns less than me. Pray shut him up my good man." (more...)

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Nouvelle cuisine is the ideal answer when a restaurant becomes too popular. In these cases, the chef is worked off his or her feet trying to keep all those tables supplied with appetising, nutritious food. Increasing the prices may offer a temporary relief from the overpopularity of the eating-place, or it may instead create an atmosphere of quality and exclusiveness, thereby increasing customers further still. Switching from food to Nouvelle Cuisine helpfully reduces the number of customers to manageable proportions, without resorting to such unpopular or illegal measures as salmonella or e-coli.

No one single characteristic describes Nouvelle Cuisine. Rather, a combination of known attributes, when seen together, determine the style to exist.

  • Oversize plate: Nouvelle Cuisine dishes are invariably served on a plate at least three times the diameter required to hold the meal itself. Sometimes, the plate is so large that places must be double-spaced. The very large size of plate allows adequate free space, unencumbered with food, for the chef to demonstrate his or her artistic talent. It is also important that the plate is cold, preferably having been deep-frozen until a few minutes before serving. This coldness ensures that the customer has to eat-up quickly, thus freeing the table sooner.
  • Dusty eating surfaces: The plate, and any other surfaces carrying food shall be sufficiently dusty to create the impression of a possible hygiene concern. If plates do not remain unused long enough for natural dust to build up, then this may be substituted with flour, or in fact with any powdery material typically found in a kitchen. (more...)
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