Epsilon Delta
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Epsilon Delta

Jedi Master, from Central America

Epsilon Delta was last seen:
Nov 27, 2012
    1. Wiseacre
      Wiseacre
      Thanks for the rep.
    2. HUGGY
      HUGGY
      Clever? Smart ass? You be the judge! :lol: Thanks!
    3. westwall
      westwall
      Thank you! Sorry for the delay I was on vacation and just got back.
    4. SergeGainsbourg
      SergeGainsbourg
      I just joined. Why won't people like me? Is this a right wing site?
    5. Wiseacre
      Wiseacre
      Thanks for the rep.
    6. william the wie
      william the wie
      Thanks for the rep
    7. Pseudo Rob
      Pseudo Rob
      Nice to see another anarchist on the forum! :)
    8. loosecannon
      loosecannon
      Thanks, I appreciate it.
    9. Toro
      Toro
      Thanks. Why the hell does he post that shit? It was a huge issue in the 80s.
    10. Foxfyre
      Foxfyre
      Thanks. I thought the clip was great. And we need a whole lot more of just such illustrations to show how empty political rhetoric usually is.
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    Location:
    Central America
    Occupation:
    Unemployed
    Costa Rican national living in Canadam lived in the US for 6 years.

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    "I will continue to be an impossible man as long as those men who are possible today remain possible." - Bakunin, letter to Ogarev.

    "The ultimate aim of production is not production of goods, but the production of free human beings associated with one another on terms of equality." - John Dewey.

    "It is embarrassing that the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council are responsible for the largest quantity of arms sales to the developing world. The very countries that should be maintaining world peace and security are the ones most responsible for promoting war and insecurity by producing and selling weapons." - Oscar Arias, 1987 Nobel Peace Prize Winner.