Thursday, September 06, 2007


Which political -ism was this poster, which was pasted on walls in Britain during World War Two, designed to discredit?


Blogger Joshua said...

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You must not feel obliged to come and visit me. An invitation is not an intimation. Also know that if you click on one of my ads I'm promised to earn a couple of cents for that: I would feel happy and rewarded (because I realy need it!!!) if you did click it, but once again you're totaly free to do what ever you want. I, for instance, choose immediatly to click on one of your ads, in case you have them. To do so or not, that's the whole beauty of it all, however, blogocitizens must unite also by clicking-helping eachother when we know cybermegacorporations profit from our own selfishness regarding to that simple click.

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10:56 am  
Blogger maps said...

One word will do.

10:58 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


3:18 pm  
Anonymous Nathaniel said...

Trotskyism - from the CPGB pamphlet "Clear Out Hitler's Agents." You're not the only Leftist Trainspotter ;-)

Two unrelated points: that spam from Joshua is amazing. And I was surprised to see the Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay rulebook in your poll responses, so I voted for it. I certainly wouldn't want to live in it, though. The wargame version holds no appeal for me, but the roleplaying spinoff has a fantastic sense of gallows humour and grime (some have called it "Blackadder: The Game" because of the tone). It probably helps that I spent enough time in the former Holy Roman Empire growing up and speak German too. It's one work of fiction where the puns using bad German aren't actually too annoying.

Any game that has a table to determine how a painful, primitive surgery permanently affects you (one of the results, for when you aren't permanently injured from the surgery, I think, is "Ach, a breakthrough for science!") has to be at least quite good. Sadly I have yet to play it. Have you?

3:24 pm  
Blogger Skyler said...

Obviously Trotskyism - and Maps don't be so shocked that I know!

8:14 pm  

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