Joined: Jan. 2006
|Quote (VMartin @ Dec. 01 2006,13:30)|
Ya know John, er, VMartin - if you'd drop that asinine pseudo-accent, people could at least decipher what you're babbling about.
Your problem probably consist in fact that you do not understand other language as english. You seems to have problem therefore to distinguish between analytical (e.g. german, english) and syntetical languages (as Latin, Greek and Slavonic languages).
Order of words in a sentence seems to be unsurmountable barrier for your underestanding. No wonder that only theory you are capable to comprehend is outdate darwinism from mid-19 century.
That many of folks here do not underestand any Slavonic language and not even written German is probably a fact. One of you used babelfish translator to translate Nietzsche german text with this curios outcome:
... Gesammt aspect life is not Nothlage, which which sumptuousness, even the absurd verschwendung, - one fights where, one fights to hunger situation, rather the Reichthum, for power.
the weak ones become again and again over the strong ones gentleman
While Fridriech Nietzsche is promimenet atheist who ridiculed darwinism very I try to modify it for better underestanding:
Anti-Darwin: What concerns the famous struggle for life, then it seems to me meanwhile more stated than proved. It occurs, but as exception; general aspect of life is not dearthe, hunger or starvation but abundance, sumptuousness, even absurd wasting, lavishing - where fight occurs there one fights for power... One should not confound Malthus with nature. - Let us assume however, that this fight happens - and it really happens - then it runs out unfortunately in reverse as the school Darwin's wishes, when perhaps one might wish with it: indeed to detriment of the strong ones, the privileged, the lucky exceptions. The kinds do not grow in the perfection: the weak ones become again and again the masters of strong ones, - they have large numbers, they are also more intelligent... Darwin forgot the spirit (- that is english! ), the weak ones have more spirit... One must to have need for spirit, in order to get spirit, - one loses him, if one does not need him any more. Who has the strength, get rid himself of spirit (- "go away! one thinks today in Germany - wee must keep the Reich"...). I understand as spitit the caution, the patience, the ruse, the adjustment, the large self-control and everything what mimicry is (to the latter a large part of the so-called virtue belongs).
You never said, John, how's Vermont about now? I mean, I realize it's too late for the leaves to change color and all, but I imagine the snow on the trees and all must be kind of pretty.
As an aside, John, your imitation of incompetent English is kind of iffy. Sometimes you sound like someone whose first English lesson was a month ago, and sometimes just like yourself with the person marking removed from a few verbs just for appearance's sake. (I mean, 'chance worshipper'? Please.) You have to keep up a consistent voice, as they say in literary criticism.
Anyway, I'm glad you found a library not too far from your house to post from.
What are your feelings about Spravid Dinger these days?
How do you like them road apples?
PS: German is not a 'syntetical' language, John.
"Rich is just mad because he thought all titties had fur on them until last week when a shorn transvestite ruined his childhood dreams by jumping out of a spider man cake and man boobing him in the face lips." - Erasmus