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    I don't need people to help me grow up- I drink milk.
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  1. It's dead. After numerous attempts to resuscitate the the corpse, eventually you must accept that it's dead.
  2. lol i dont think you understandd how outmatched you are in boiler room debates

     

    my IQ is the highest. i have serve in vietnamese army, have PHD and are cyberwarfare and millitary expert. 

    1. Fox Fire

      Fox Fire

      I know who you are. Is your memory that short term?

    2. Captain Vietnam

      Captain Vietnam

      lol my memory is high guess you undereducated!

       

      Repetition is the simple repeating of a word, within a sentence or a poetical line, with no particular placement of the words, in order to secure emphasis. This is such a common literary device that it is almost never even noted as a figure of speech. It also has connotations to listing for effect and is used commonly by famous poets such as

      “Today, as never before, the fates of men are so intimately linked

      to one another that a disaster for one is a disaster for everybody.
      (Natalia Ginzburg, The Little Virtues, 1962)

      Types[edit]

      Antanaclasis is the repetition of a word or phrase to effect a different meaning.

      "We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately." (Benjamin Franklin)

      Epizeuxis or palilogia is the repetition of a single word, with no other words in between. This is derived from Greek for "fastening together".[1]

      "Words, words, words." (Hamlet)

      Conduplicatio is the repetition of a word in various places throughout a paragraph.

      "And the world said, 'Disarm, disclose, or face serious consequences'—and therefore, we worked with the world, we worked to make sure that Saddam Hussein heard the message of the world."[2] (George W. Bush)

      Anadiplosis is the repetition of the last word of a preceding clause. The word is used at the end of a sentence and then used again at the beginning of the next sentence.[3]

      "This, it seemed to him, was the end, the end of a world as he had known it..." (James Oliver Curwood)

      Anaphora is the repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of every clause. It comes from the Greek phrase "carrying up or back".[4]

      "We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills, we shall never surrender." (Winston Churchill)

      Epistrophe is the repetition of a word or phrase at the end of every clause.

      "What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny compared to what lies within us." (Ralph Waldo Emerson)

      Mesodiplosis is the repetition of a word or phrase at the middle of every clause.

      "We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down, but not destroyed..." (Second Epistle to the Corinthians)

      Diaphora is the repetition of a name, first to signify the person or persons it describes, then to signify its meaning.

      "For your gods are not gods but man-made idols." (The Passion of Saints Sergius and Bacchus)

      Epanalepsis is the repetition of the initial word or words of a clause or sentence at the end.

      "The king is dead, long live the king."

      Diacope is a rhetorical term meaning uninterrupted repetition of a word, or repetition with only one or two words between each repeated phrase.

  3. You're right. We should talk about prehistoric incest instead. :V But seriously, I don't see why we have to remove blogs over a troll post.
  4. Looks identical. Loads noticeably slower. Just my very first observations.
  5. YES! I fully support this and Admin should too.
  6. I disagree. Using a simple meme or even a GIF to sum up your whole reaction to something is often times quite amusing. Though I can see how it could get out of hand.
  7. Well that seems to be the way most games die. Everyone in an authority position becomes allied and the game dies. You can see this repeated in every game like it, only CN has lasted longer. In the end, we as fellow Oculus nations, have won the game. The end. If one can be predicted. You could always go rogue and attack your allies to spice it up. :V
  8. No offense, but..... This seems far more complicated than it's worth. I mean, why would we post a suggestion (in a far more complex manner I might add) after we just posted the exact same suggestion before? You're basically just asking people do your job, and/or post the same exact thing twice and sum up the pages of argumentation coming from X amount of view points, which like EEJack pointed out, can't really be summed up with a couple bullet points. Can't you guys just read through the suggestion thread once in a while? I mean, that's how it's worked until now, right? Course I understand there are a whole lot of suggestions and the vast majority are probably pretty stupid, but.... This just seems more complicated than necessary on both the player and moderation sides.
  9. Don't you get it man? The PINKS!! They're HERE!
  10. Pffftahahaha! Oh god. This was good. We need more of this. The pinks, guys. It's the answer to everything, especially NPO being Obamas puppet master. Now we can finally stop blaming it on the grays.
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