Mon, 12/05/2005 — Usagi
It is the resolution of the Andore Seven that the incumbent government of Portugal is no longer fit to rule. Recent months have seen it revealed as a bungling shambles responsible for numerous unconscionable violations of basic human rights and international law, including but not limited to:
- Use of demon-summoning rock mages, banned since 1954
- Pseudo-random movement of fighting units in demilitarised zones
- Seizure of the summon points of civilians to fund military expansion above and beyond the 180 units permitted under the Hague laws
- The internment of foreign nationals inside various indistinct terrain elements (trees, boulders, irregularly positioned red brick walls)
These grave infractions have left the Andore Seven with no choice but to formally declare Bokosuka War on the nation of Portugal. There is no longer any possibility of a Bokosuka Peaceful Resolution in this matter and we will not rest until the despot King Portugal flees antlike before our mighty conglomerated form and his bleak and inky land stretches liberated behind us.
In the name of the Bokosuka War Effort, I, Usagi, vow to go to the left a bit, wobble erratically for several seconds, then head rapidly down to the Southern extremity of the theatre of operations, where I shall remain for an indefinite period. This is my example to those who will follow.
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Wed, 11/30/2005 — Rev. Ragu
It's been a long time since we rapped at you kids, I know. Andore Jr. isn't always on the forefront of the Andore Seven's thoughts, sad to say; we're usually out PARTYING and GETTING LAID and such, being the virile, sexually desirable studs we are. Still, there's something that will pull us back every single time, something that is too important to disregard, something that brings us all together in the face of such terrible turmoil in the world. It's December, so you should know what I'm talkin' about here, folks.
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Mon, 12/06/2004 — Fasteriskhead
In our lives we begin to have some sense of the possibility of a universal milieu that, for lack of a better name, we might term "Bokosuka Wars." But how, one wonders, shall we move from this initial abstracted perception of what could be to a radical coming forth of "Bokosukaness" in our very lives? The problem must be approached from two directions.
We begin from the assumption of Bokosuka Wars as an omnipresent sphere of unity that is everywhere and composes all things. We are, all of us, both the White Knight and the purple soldier that only moves horizontally. Initially we rebel against the idea of the all-encompassing universal power of Bokosuka Wars; ironically, recognizing the very ubiquitousness of our subject tempts us to drift towards nihilism! We begin to ask ourselves, Well, if that's true, what's the point? If everything I do, and moreover everything I could ever possibly do, exists within the span of "Bokosukaness," then where exists any difference in the world? Does it matter, ultimately, whether I am confronted by "Wow! You lose!" or "Bravo! You win!"? In the first, what have I lost? In the second, what have I gained?
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