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    I got a couple of faves out of those, like this one:


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    That is a good one. But I'm partial to this one. Anon + internet memes = LoL.
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    Lol i love the pepsi one.
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    WTF is that crystal pepsi thing?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ASignorelli View Post
    WTF is that crystal pepsi thing?
    Colorless Pepsi. It had a run in the early 90's, but ultimately failed.

    Personally, I was a fan of Crystal Gravy:


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    Quote Originally Posted by River_Rat_459 View Post
    Colorless Pepsi. It had a run in the early 90's, but ultimately failed.

    Personally, I was a fan of Crystal Gravy:

    Crystal Pepsi was the shit. I was pissed when they cancelled it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jxspyder View Post
    Crystal Pepsi was the shit. I was pissed when they cancelled it.

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    Careful now. Talk like that could start another Cola War. We don't need another one of those. Hell, Canada is still reeling financially from the first one.

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    on a more serious note, I have been doing some research on the subject.

    The occupy wall street protest have been organised by the PSL (Party or Socialism and Liberation http://pslweb.org/). They carry the usual signs but some other saying "Capitalism is a cancer"
    and the "Whole System needs to go", and my favorite "Only a violent revolution will solve our problem"

    So basically its the 60's and 70's all over again.

    What do you prefer? Govt controlled mediocrity? or the chance to excel without government intrusion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by saviger View Post
    on a more serious note, I have been doing some research on the subject.

    The occupy wall street protest have been organised by the PSL (Party or Socialism and Liberation http://pslweb.org/). They carry the usual signs but some other saying "Capitalism is a cancer"
    and the "Whole System needs to go", and my favorite "Only a violent revolution will solve our problem"

    So basically its the 60's and 70's all over again.

    What do you prefer? Govt controlled mediocrity? or the chance to excel without government intrusion.
    Except the chance to excel without government intrusion isn't real. The fact is, not everybody can be successful in capitalism. In fact, capitalism inherently thrives on wage disparity. Unregulated capitalism is one of the main reasons that the middle class is vanishing and wealth is being consolidated in the upper 1%. Personally, I'm not a socialist. I believe in regulated capitalism to encourage healthy well-rounded growth, with a few programs borrowed from socialism to act as a safety net.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crucifictorious2 View Post
    Except the chance to excel without government intrusion isn't real. The fact is, not everybody can be successful in capitalism. In fact, capitalism inherently thrives on wage disparity. Unregulated capitalism is one of the main reasons that the middle class is vanishing and wealth is being consolidated in the upper 1%. Personally, I'm not a socialist. I believe in regulated capitalism to encourage healthy well-rounded growth, with a few programs borrowed from socialism to act as a safety net.
    you sir are a social conservative, As am I.

    these people are seeking the total overthrow of the current system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by saviger View Post
    you sir are a social conservative, As am I.

    these people are seeking the total overthrow of the current system.
    I'm actually super liberal. And actually most liberals regard capitalism in the same way, we just get labeled as socialists because it makes us sound worse than we actually are.

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    I consider myself a gun toting liberal left of center.

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