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When Audi started a war to BMW.... once upon a time when audi had started a war...and BMW responded; later on, BMW started messing with mercedes; and again...a mercedes can also bring driving pleasure, BMW's next victim was Jaguar, then, turned back to audi...this time audi responded and Subaru too...and Bentley put and end to the game, Subaru parts accessories, BMW parts,used Bentley parts, Mercedes parts, used Mercedes, Audi parts Top Paid Instantly CPM Advertising Network www.spunk.org/library/intro/sp000283.txt An Introduction to the Anarchist Movement - by Brian Crabtree - Anti-Copyright 1993: This work may be freely reproduced, by any means, in whole or in part, but may not be copyrighted by any other individual or corporate entity. Contents: 1. Introduction 2.

Critical Miss: Die Nyankatze According to the all-knowing internet sage that is Wikipedia, a rainbow is an "optical and meteorological phenomenon that causes a spectrum of light to appear in the sky when the Sun shines on to droplets of moisture in the Earth's atmosphere." According to us a rainbow is an optical and meteorological phenomenon caused by Nazis shooting down a flying pop tart. I know who I'd prefer to believe. Today's strip was inspired by Jo Burt' absolutely gorgeous, surrealist, mountain-biking comic , which has been running in the back pages of since 1989. While I've never been a particularly avid mountain biker, predisposed as I am to being a lardarse, Burt's lush backgrounds, clever panel layouts and use of inventive visual metaphors, struck a chord with me, even when I didn't quite get the jokes. Of course, he did the imaginary dogfight shtick - which obviously took more than a few cues from Schulz's Snoopy - with far more aplomb than what we've managed here.

www.spunk.org/texts/otherpol/critique/sp000713.txt LIBERTARIANISM: BOGUS ANARCHY Peter Sabatini A distinct mainstream movement specific to the United States, Libertarianism had its inception during the 1960s. In 1971 it formed into a political party and went on to make a strong showing in several elections.[1] Libertarianism is at times referred to as ``anarchism,'' and certain of its adherents call themselves ``anarchists,'' e.g., the economist James Buchanan.[2] More significant, the work of US individualist anarchists (Benjamin Tucker et al.) is cited by some Libertarians.[3] Accordingly, it may rightly be asked whether Libertarianism is in fact anarchism. Exactly what is the relationship between the two? To properly decide the question requires a synopsis of anarchist history. The chronology of anarchism within the United States corresponds to what transpired in Europe and other locations.

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And the nominees for the Push Girls hall of fame are… Once you start looking, you see Push Girls everywhere. That’s what we learned when we asked fans on the PUSH GIRLS Facebook page, “Who’s your Push Girl?” After 215 nominees (and counting), we can honestly say that push girls are young and old, athletes and artists, students and teachers, and everything in between. There’s Brittney Kitchens, whose awesome tattoo sums up her attitude: “I don’t let my disability get in the way of my happiness… and like my tattoo says, ‘Life rolls on.’ ” There’s Jasmine Mock, who proves that “boys aren’t the only ones at the skate park. I can do it too! There’s Lorie Sparks, “a courageous and caring person who loves to ballroom dance, along with many other things. There’s Alissa, who always has “a big smile on her face” and is “strong and ready to change the world!” Each and every one of these 215 amazing nominees are in our hall of fame. If you can’t stand up, stand out!

Meet The Baby Godfather Oh Sheltering Suburban Mom, you are the staple of the suburban neighborhood. You’ve spent your life in the same podunk suburban county, absorbing every fear-mongering story hyped in the news and dispensing condescending advice while becoming an obvious hypocrite to everyone but yourself. And so we present to you the grand finale of the Sheltering Suburban Mom meme: Enjoy this hilarious meme? The Secret History of America The Greatest Conspiracy On Earth This May Be The Most Important Document You Ever Read In Your Life! Do you believe in a GRAND CONSPIRACY ? Do you believe Oswald acted alone ? Do you believe that government is corrupt ? If so, then to what DEGREE ? The road that we are taking as a nation in America and as a human race on the planet Earth is being paved for us in advance and sold to us for a profit. Many people talk about conspiracies such as WATERGATE, IRAN-CONTRA, THE S & L (Savings and Loan) SCANDAL, THE FEDERAL RESERVE, OCTOBER SURPRISE, KENNEDY, THE FREEMASONS, THE COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS and THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION, and even GREY ALIENS, but very few people know the real facts enough to explain them because they are not researched themselves. For AT LEAST five- to ten thousand years, mankind has been aware of MORE scientific and spiritual facts than we are currently aware of today as a great society and nation. The same secret societies and old European bloodline families are in control of the world today.

Daily Picdump #277 Bizarre, Cute, Fun Pic, Funny — By Goran on 2011/10/17 3:40 AM More funny stuff: Teenage Mutant Ninja Noses Funny Cats Doing Invisible Things Funny Meanwhile in… Tags: Call the cops, Caption this photo, Chuck Norris' Daughter, Dear Google..., Ding Dong, Drying puppies, Everyday I'm shufflin, funny images, funny photos, funny pictures, Good question, Man killed to death, Not my real mom, Power of Vodka, Texas school for the deaf, That should do, VIP Penguin, Walk zone fail Grandiosity Grandiosity refers to an unrealistic sense of superiority - a sustained view of oneself as better than others that causes the narcissist to view others with disdain or as inferior - as well as to a sense of uniqueness: the belief that few others have anything in common with oneself and that one can only be understood by a few or very special people.[1] Grandiosity is chiefly associated with narcissistic personality disorder, but also commonly features in manic or hypomanic episodes of bipolar disorder.[2] Connection with narcissism[edit] Pathological grandiosity has been associated with one of the two subtypes of Narcissistic Personality Disorder. (Gabbard, 1989)[3] Characteristics of the narcissist-grandiose subtype (as opposed to the narcissist-vulnerable subtype) include: The differences between grandiose and vulnerable narcissist subtypes have been studied (Dickinson & Pincus, 2003)[4] In mania[edit] In mania grandiosity is typically more pro-active and aggressive than in narcissism.

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Megalomania Etymology[edit] The word megalomania is derived from the Greek μεγαλο- megalo- "large, great", and μανία mania "madness, frenzy". The first attested use of the word "megalomania" in English is in 1890 as a translation of the French word mégalomanie. Early Freudianism[edit] Sigmund Freud commented of the adult neurotic's sense of |omnipotence that “this belief is a frank acknowledgement of a relic of the old megalomania of infancy”.[5] He similarly concluded that “we can detect an element of megalomania in most other forms of paranoic disorder. Object relations[edit] Everyday[edit] As well as a symptom of pathology, a degree of megalomania is a way of defending against loss in everyday life - a manic defense against the experience of separation and loss.[12] When linked to a position of power, whether military, political, or control-freak bureaucratical,[13] it is likely to lead to miscalculation as a by-product of the figure's swollen head.[14] Therapy[edit] See also[edit] References[edit] R.

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God complex A god complex is an unshakable belief characterized by consistently inflated feelings of personal ability, privilege, or infallibility. A person with a god complex may refuse to admit the possibility of their error or failure, even in the face of complex or intractable problems or difficult or impossible tasks, or may regard their personal opinions as unquestionably correct.[1][2] The individual may disregard the rules of society and require special consideration or privileges.[1] God complex is not a clinical term or diagnosable disorder, and does not appear in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). The first person to use the term god-complex was Ernest Jones (1913-51).[3] His description, at least in the contents page of Essays in Applied Psycho-Analysis, describe the god complex as belief that one is a god.[4] In popular culture It is common in various fictitious media for characters—usually villainous in nature—to develop a god complex. See also References

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