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distrans
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Re: beaurocracy vs mitilerism

Postby distrans » 10 Feb 2013 04:34

wow
looked up rickover
learned he was just a typical genius
hotwire a navy ship, and got fast tracked because of it

i didnt know

addmittedly
its nice to know non of his inception are rotting on the bottom on the ocean

but i cant really honestly know this, can i?


im having to go on public information

did we [the us] lose ships
were not talking about?

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Re: beaurocracy vs mitilerism

Postby lotek » 10 Feb 2013 08:36

you know this thread starts to make sense once you take out the background static?

works a treat.
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Re: beaurocracy vs mitilerism

Postby Robspierre » 10 Feb 2013 11:22

lotek wrote:you know this thread starts to make sense once you take out the background static?

works a treat.



Wachu talkin' 'bout Willis?

Rob

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Re: beaurocracy vs mitilerism

Postby Serkanner » 10 Feb 2013 12:28

Robspierre wrote:
lotek wrote:you know this thread starts to make sense once you take out the background static?

works a treat.



Wachu talkin' 'bout Willis?

Rob


The static noise made by a certain breed of bat in his topic.
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Re: beaurocracy vs mitilerism

Postby distrans » 10 Feb 2013 12:36

got your goat eh?


"It's perfectly possible for a group of soldiers to exist and operate without bureaucracy. Generally, such organisations are called freedom fighters, terrorist cells, gangs, mercinaries, or millitants--pretty much depending on your perspective."


isnt there a grave difference between actors paid out of public coffers,
and independant actors? i think there is huge difference between crime and state action.

thanks lotek,
i get that theres the needs to hobble beaurocracy

but like i said,
i just noticed that odrade choose to describe her sisters in these military terms
after lecturing skytale about beuracracy

theres something about names which confines and hobbles the listener and the subject
before the beaurocracy can even get to checking their rulebook

seems like that this constraint is a functions of beaurocracy

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Re: beaurocracy vs mitilerism

Postby inhuien » 10 Feb 2013 12:58

distrans wrote:"It's perfectly possible for a group of soldiers to exist and operate without bureaucracy. Generally, such organisations are called freedom fighters, terrorist cells, gangs, mercinaries, or millitants--pretty much depending on your perspective."


Who are you quoting there.
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Re: beaurocracy vs mitilerism

Postby distrans » 10 Feb 2013 13:21

a poster earlier in the thread,

i dont know how to use the interface soas to put his mark on his words correctly
best i could do presently

naieve mind said this earlier

i was quoting him


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