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 Post subject: Engels irl
PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2017 8:10 am 
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In this we see Friedrich Engels in his true guise, as a champion of the sexual feeling and passion of the individual in it's contradiction with the forces of existing society. The last troubadour.

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PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2017 10:48 am 
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But a banjo? A banjo? I fear you have Engels confused with Pete Seeger, or maybe Steve Martin.


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 Post subject: Re: Engels irl
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It's supposed to be a lute :(

Banjo's don't have sound holes and aren't made of wood.

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- Marx, Comments on James Mill -

"Citizen Weston illustrated his theory by telling you that a bowl contains a certain quantity of soup, to be eaten by a certain number of persons, an increase in the broadness of the spoons would produce no increase in the amount of soup. He must allow me to find this illustration rather spoony."
- Marx, Value, Price and profit -


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 Post subject: Re: Engels irl
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Sorry, couldn't tell that was wood, and sound hole? Thought that was just a mistake.


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