Who said this?  

Fallic40 53M
3214 posts
9/7/2005 7:25 pm
Who said this?

"There are no absolute rules of conduct, either in peace or war. Everything depends on circumstances."

and this

"It is better to be violent, it there is violence in our hearts, than to put on the cloak of nonviolence to cover impotence."


freetime648 52F

9/8/2005 6:58 am

Leon Trotsky and Mohandas Ghandi I do believe...oh and before you think I am a brilliant scholar....I knew Leon Trotsky but Ghandi I googled! LOL


xx FREETIME648 xx


slightly_sexy8 38F
314 posts
9/8/2005 11:48 am

a) a soccer player

b) your manager?


rm_saintlianna 45F
15466 posts
9/8/2005 12:18 pm

a. My 10th grade history teacher

b. Hitler?


MisterPriapus 56M
6980 posts
9/10/2005 8:10 am

Magellan (Oh wait, I thought that was 'circumnavigation'...)

My x wife.

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Been a while since they last let me out into polite society. Resurfacing, catching a breath, & catching up.



And while I got my Broad-Brimmed Pimping Hat on, could I cajole all of y'all to Comment on, Alone In A Cloud? It's probably the best thing that I've written!

Lately...

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MisterPriapus 56M
6980 posts
9/10/2005 8:20 am

FreeTime~

You knew Leon Trotsky? WOW! You are in astoundingly good shape to be so doggone old!

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Been a while since they last let me out into polite society. Resurfacing, catching a breath, & catching up.



And while I got my Broad-Brimmed Pimping Hat on, could I cajole all of y'all to Comment on, Alone In A Cloud? It's probably the best thing that I've written!

Lately...

.


Fallic40 53M
1858 posts
9/12/2005 7:32 pm

freetime is correct. It is Trotsky and Ghandi: a very unlikely coupling if ever there was one.


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