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CNRP'40: GM's Nominations


Peter Ilyich
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Have 48 hours. Nominate 2 people in CNRP'40. You may vote for yourself. Following nominations as archivist I will set in place the voting thread with the top 5 people, 3 will be selected.

 

These people shall be in charge until April. Following these elections random rolls shall start to give extra points.

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That will, will be crushed under the heel of Dillon

 

Nay, Dillon shall be crushed under the heel of GM 4 Lyfe JED!!!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYb9sRLUDyM

 

EDIT: I just thought how horrible it must be to be a gm for life. Literally the ninth circle of hell :P

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Nay, Dillon shall be crushed under the heel of GM 4 Lyfe JED!!!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYb9sRLUDyM

 

EDIT: I just thought how horrible it must be to be a gm for life. Literally the ninth circle of hell :P

You do know that the revolution in the story ended with a lot of people dead on the streets and old order prevailing, right? There were no reforms and the monarchy would continue till 1848, when it was replaced by a republic, though the first President declared himself Emperor of the French and a lasting republic would not be established till 1871.

 

For all the great songs, Les Miserables is not a story about the glorious triumph of the people.

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You do know that the revolution in the story ended with a lot of people dead on the streets and old order prevailing, right? There were no reforms and the monarchy would continue till 1848, when it was replaced by a republic, though the first President declared himself Emperor of the French and a lasting republic would not be established till 1871.

 

For all the great songs, Les Miserables is not a story about the glorious triumph of the people.

 

It does seem to be the fate of many a rebellion to come around in a full circle.

 

But silence that counter-revolutionary talk!

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It does seem to be the fate of many a rebellion to come around in a full circle.

 

But silence that counter-revolutionary talk!

Just that that one didn't go full circle, it never even managed to overturn anything. It pretty much failed to do a thing utter than getting utterly trashed by royal soldiers, which is why it is so forgotten compared to the Revolutions of 1789, 1830, 1848 and 1871.

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