March 02, 2006

I was right!

Reality DOES beat satire!

Here is the "comment" from "Mark Wineters", or maybe it was his even uglier cousin Mark Methanolters this time.

If somebody can tell me what the point of this drunken drivel is, apart from showing that he can spell "malodorous lugubrations", that is, he'll get a gift subscription to "Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly - There are no hopeless cases" from me:
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rrpabapabapelch!!! Want to hear my alphabet too? Yawn!!! Borrrr-Innnnnng!!!! Say, Cowgirl, they call me Wyatt Errrrp too. Took Inge a long time to come back didn't it? With her re occurring "leitmotifs" on my imbibery? Fun stuff indeed!! But when one is writing one's masterpiece it can't be rushed. It took Wagner 25 years. It took Terence Malick 25 years (The New World). It took Brinhildr 25 days. I can just see her now, typing and fuming away, pecking to pixel her lugubrious lucubration of a satire to the strains of the slow, moody, misty, mystical and malodorous lugubrations of Wagner's Der Ring Des Nibelungen as she made her labored case to the Internet world about those that are of the subhuman. The Underrace. Schtuck on Schtoopid, Fraulein? You can stop sulking now, Heidi. You can take your forefingers out from under your arm pits, Mary Katherine Gallagher. We all know you "do like this", Ms. Molly Shannon. Snifffff. Talk about a Universalist Catholic hypocrite!!! Talk about a pompous European Elitist that thinks it's all about her and the Catholics? (I plagiarize Mac) Just remember, Mutter, while you and your Roland was/were blowing his horn, it was two centuries before that Heraclius succeeded in driving out the Slavs, Persians and Turkic Avars that had invaded Byzantine territory or Europe might be speaking Farsi or Turkic today. Notable for his personal devotion to Christianity, Heraclius' attempts to heal divisions among Christian sects, nevertheless, failed. In 634, Muslim Arabs swept into Orthodox Syria and Heraclius, weary from years of fighting the barbarian hoards, lost both Orthodox/Coptic Christian Egypt and Greek Orthodox Christian Syria to them, nevertheless preventing the Islamic advance into Asia Minor and, thus, from crossing the Bosphorus into Europe proper. Centuries of wars against the Islamic Arab/Turks ensued. About the time of Roland, the brothers, Cyril and Methodius, were converting the Slavs and the Bulgars to Christianity even devising a alphabet for them (Cyrillic) thus creating more Christian buffer states to fend off Islam and the other Barbarian hoards. All of two centuries after Roland the Latin Roman Church and the Greek Orthodox Church excommunicate each other in their famous Schism of 1054. (A case could be made that the Byzantine Empress Irene should have married of her son, Constantine the sixth, off to Charlemagne's daughter, Rotrud, instead of putting his eyes out and taking the Throne for herself but, that's water under the bridge.) However, the first Crusade was initiated by a call from Byzantine Emperor Alexius Comnenus to Catholic Pope Urban the Second for help against the Turks. The Roman Catholics helped the Orthodox to regain ...
And so on and on and on and on. I spare you the rest and thus save perfectly good cyberspace.

And what do we have here?
And you can bet your sweet bippy the above is going over to Roncesvalles right about NOW, but I'll lay odds that it won't be printed, although I'll bet it will be read ...
Oh dear! Maybe I oughtn't to limit the reward I posted above to a gift subscription to "Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly". The winner of my little sweepstake may alternatively choose a copy of "How to Help the Compulsive Gambler - Brief instructions in 1488 easy steps" or "How To Unstick One's Carriage Return Key Even When Drunk - A manual for the braindead".