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Pablo-Picasso
(acolyte)
01/11/06 04:04 PM
Re: Turning Paddinese, oh yes, he's turning Paddin new [re: Revol]  

Bye bye billy, you are being bozoed. It used to be nice knowing you.

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Revol
(electric tomato)
01/11/06 04:20 PM
Re: Turning Paddinese, oh yes, he's turning Paddin new [re: Pablo-Picasso]  

Paka comrad! And keep the revol-flag high!

Not punish less, rise the pain
Sterilise rapists, all I preach is EXTINCTION


White Prism
(cracked actor)
01/11/06 04:35 PM
Totum fulcrum est new [re: RabbitFighter]  

Well, good luck. I've read a good number of essays about it now, including just about all of John Bishop's Book of the Dark, which tends to get bandied around as being one of the best guides. And which I made perfect sense of when I read it. So I thought that becoming moderately acquainted with Irish geography, word etymology, dream theory & Freud (who, incidentally, I also read snippets of in preparation), dream science, Vico, etc. would give me a chance of wading through it without going mad, or, at any rate, being able to decipher more than a modicum of what was going on or the occasional half-assed pun. Not a fucking chance! I lasted about 10 pages.

Which, incidentally, is considerably longer than I last attempting to decode JamieDim's posts. They have a 10 word barrier attached to them.

[neon]I'm not trolling; I'm moderating. [/neon]

RabbitFighter
(acolyte)
01/12/06 04:35 PM
Re: Totum fulcrum est new [re: White Prism]  

Thanks for the warning. Currently I'm in the middle of acquiring necessary source material to decipher the book but I have a nagging feeling that the beast will beat the living shit out of me in the end (so to speak).

It's also worth mentioning that one of the most notorious Finnish drunkard poets, Pentti Saarikoski translated Ulysses back in the day. There's a mystical connection somewhere in there that guided me towards translation studies...

“Keats and Yeats may be on your side, but I’m on Morrissey’s. Therefore, you fucking lose.”
~ Oscar Wilde on Morrissey

Revol
(electric tomato)
01/12/06 04:48 PM
Re: Totum fulcrum est new [re: RabbitFighter]  

I couldn't finish that post without falling asleep

Not punish less, rise the pain
Sterilise rapists, all I preach is EXTINCTION


RabbitFighter
(acolyte)
01/12/06 04:56 PM
Re: Totum fulcrum est new [re: Revol]  

I think what you were trying to say was: "I nearly choked on my own drool while staring idle at the monitor".

“Keats and Yeats may be on your side, but I’m on Morrissey’s. Therefore, you fucking lose.”
~ Oscar Wilde on Morrissey

CharlieManson
(kook)
01/12/06 04:58 PM
Re: Totum fulcrum est new [re: Revol]  

Does that mean the drugs I put in your vodka are working Billy Boy? Good, the pain won't last for long and then you will just sleep, sleep, sleep.


I'll slash them cold, I'll kill them dead
I'll break them gooks, I'll crack their heads
I'll slice them till they're running red
But now I've got the running gun blues


Starlite
(acolyte)
01/12/06 05:53 PM
Re: Turning Paddinese, oh yes, he's turning Paddin new [re: Revol]  

In reply to:

It's also russian for 'revolution', you twat


No it's not. While we're at it, "paka" is not Russian for "good bye," either. If anything, it sounds like some sort of vulgar body function. And "da svidaniya," if that's how you insist on spelling it, makes no sense.

Also, am I supposed to infer from this "Na pomashch! Ya bal'na,mne nuzhin vrach" that you are female?





Revol
(electric tomato)
01/12/06 06:15 PM
Re: Turning Paddinese, oh yes, he's turning Paddin new [re: Starlite]  

In reply to:

No it's not. While we're at it, "paka" is not Russian for "good bye," either. If anything, it sounds like some sort of vulgar body function. And "da svidaniya," if that's how you insist on spelling it, makes no sense.

Also, am I supposed to infer from this "Na pomashch! Ya bal'na,mne nuzhin vrach" that you are female?



What a idiot you really, really are!!!!
So you were trying to bluff me you old whore?? Well you can check it any way you like, but what i've said earlier, means exactly what i said it does.
It's da svidaniya to you bitch!(and no, it doesn't mean i like to dress up as an woman)



Not punish less, rise the pain
Sterilise rapists, all I preach is EXTINCTION


Starlite
(acolyte)
01/12/06 06:33 PM
Hello, sweetheart, I'm Russian new [re: Revol]  

Bluff you? "Revolyutziya" or "revol't" is Russian for Revolution.

"Revol" means nothing whatsoever.

"Poka" is "bye," "paka" means nothing.

"Ya bal'na" is conjugated in the feminine, so it means that whoever is the speaker is both sick, and a woman. You might want to remember that the Russian language has gendered conjugation in the future (words are conjugated differently depending on the speaker's sex).

"Do svidaniya" is till we meet again/good bye, "da svindaniya" literally means "yes meeting." Alternately, it can be translated as "yes a date," but I'm sorry, I don't feel that way about you.






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