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Monday, December 17, 2012

"If blondes have more fun, then blond pirates must have a heck of a lot more fun.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pirate_Party
I have recently been invited to Like the Israeli Pirate Party, which is not running for the upcoming 2013 elections. The invitation came from a respectable activist and distant friend Moshe Menkin.

As I do with anything new, I went ahead to check on it. Reading Wiki and from their website, curiosity got the better of me. Nevermind the sensibility of having a pirate party or organisation. What about the logic? It is faulty, and I intend to get some answers!


A. How could pirates, who often go solo, and sometimes group in very personal crews, join hands with a mass crowd of many thousands? After all, pirates are suspicious and protective.

B. Pirates do whatever they like; without consent or agreement. They behave so at all times. How could a pirate, that shares no trust beyond the self, go about asking and even demanding things vocally? I mean, pirates just take what they want when they want it, and do what is necessary for success.

I see myself as a pirate in person and action. I have suffered the torment of living under the rule of morons for too long, and have learned to trust only myself and those who prove themselves in action. Therefor, I do as I please and I ask for no permission.

Anyone who does not act this way is no pirate.
^ Double Negative FTW

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