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    Which Doctor Seuss character do you most feel like?

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    I'm the Grinch who stole Christmas. It's just I haven't stolen it yet.

    I have a plan though.

    I'm here to turn Christmas into the birthday of Dionysus, which December 25th originally was.

    Emperor Super HeroHito I've accepted as my Shinto Santa Claus because he was ordained on Christmas, Dec 25th, and I'm his POW who does his bidding.

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    Hideki Tojo and the class A war Criminals enshrined at Yasukuni are the reindeer that pull his sled.


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    Rudolf Hoss, the SS war criminal who converted over Maximilian Kolbe volunteering to go to the starvation bunker (to take the place of another ) is our Rudolf the red nose war criminal.

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    I'm writing a children's book and pm me if you wish to send me donations to promote Antichristmass. It's obviously a worthy cause.

    Absolutely! Said Mary Magdalene.

    Which Doctor Seuss character do you most resemble and why?
    Last edited by ill Duce; 03-17-2021, 02:35 AM.

    #2
    I don't know, I haven't read a Seuss book in a couple decades but I got...


    sympathy 4 the grinch - 100 gecs


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      #3
      got a picture of me and siblings sitting on my dad while hes on the floor so id have to say one of the hop on pop kids

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        #4
        The emperor character from the movie The Last Samurai looks kinda like Emperor Super HeroHito. He just needs a little mustache and some glasses

        And a bunch of dorned metals
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          #5
          I don't really know Dr. Seuss's material that well.

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            #6
            Originally posted by neonspectraltoast View Post
            I don't really know Dr. Seuss's material that well.
            You know the Dead Kennedys make reference to a story in a song?


            Holiday in Cambodia




            You're a star-belly sneetch
            You suck like a leech
            You want everyone to act like you

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            • Pete's Draggun
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              Holiday in Cambodia reminds me of that song One Night in Bangkok by Murray Head.

            #7
            The old ninja father character (John Mamoru Fujioka) from the movie American Ninja looks kinda like Hideki Tojo. He just needs some glasses too

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              #8
              Originally posted by Audiogen View Post

              You know the Dead Kennedys make reference to a story in a song?


              Holiday in Cambodia




              You're a star-belly sneetch
              You suck like a leech
              You want everyone to act like you

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              I didn't know about that version. I only heard this one

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              • Audiogen
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                That's the single version, My version is on their debut album Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables. Pretty Awesome punk album.

              • ill Duce
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                Hilarious, I'm gonna have guests soon, so I just removed a box with rotten vegetables in my living room less than a minute before reading that post lol :-)

              #9
              Originally posted by Pete's Draggun View Post
              The emperor character from the movie The Last Samurai looks kinda like Emperor Super HeroHito. He just needs a little mustache and some glasses

              And a bunch of dorned metals
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              Yeah, he looks actually remarkably similar to Hirohito when the Shinto God-Emperor was first crowned. Hirohito (Showa) was actually the man with the most loyal following of any human who ever walked the planet percapita for any short amount of time.

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              One of them hit a boiler of an American ship and blew the entire ship in half. He also had suicide submarines and suicide battleships full of explosives. That is total loyalty you don't see to the same extent.

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              The Japanese that were captured in any battle were either severely wounded or defectors who didn't agree with what their country was doing. Those loyal to the Emperor as an overwhelming general rule wanted to die honorably until Hirohito himself ordered unconditional surrender. Even then, many continued to fight on as Ronin hired Samurai by locals rather than return home as defeated soldiers.

              The Japanese conquered and secured all of Vietnam in two weeks with 10,000 men. The Japanese after the loss of the war stayed in Vietnam to either fight for the French as hired Samurai or fight for Ho Chi Mihn against the French.

              It was the Japanese who trained the Vietnamese to be such good fighters , which was one of the reasons America failed to accomplish our military objectives there.

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              In fact, Hirohito's men didn't want to surrender even after Hiroshima and Nagasaki were nuked. They wanted to die honorably. Every soldier that dies for Japan gets enshrined at Yasukuni as a Divinity Kami. Even class A war criminals who were tried and hung are enshrined there.

              There are over 2 million four hundred thousand enshrined in one Honden and all names, birthdates, places of birth, and location of death written in a "book of souls". Before Kamikaze went on their missions they did one last toast to the Emperor and said, "We meet again at Yasukuni. We return home honorably."

              That is some courage and patriotism even though I object to how mean some of them were to the POW's and people they conquered. I still admire courage and high threshold to pain.

              Anyway,
              I believe this Japanese military Jacket was a gift from Hirohito, found on the sidewalk after praying to Hirohito and soldiers of Yasukuni Shrine all night long and writing the Emperor letters.
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              • Pete's Draggun
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                How come Japanese surrendered to the aftermath Fatman and Little Boy.

              • ill Duce
                ill Duce commented
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                Because Hirohito gave the Imperial override of the general consensus to die honorably. Many Japanese killed themselves before American soldiers stepped foot onto the island. Many threw themselves off cliffs, killed their children, shot themselves, stabbed themselves etc.

                In fact, the entire island, at least all those who had allegiance to Hirohito said that they would all commit suicide together if the Emperor would have ordered it, which would have been the vast majority of the island archipelago. At that time, suicide was considered honorable in the face of accepting unconditional surrender, especially if you cut your guts out with a Samurai Tanto (disembowelment. Seppuku).

                But Hirohito had other plans. He took the impoverished, demoralized nation in total poverty, starving and blown to smithereens , and very quickly worked the greatest economic miracle I know of, when his little island Archipeligo became a greater economy than the great big Soviet Union, China, Germany, UK, France, and just second to America when the Emperor died Jan 7 1989.

                He was the longest reigning Emperor in Japanese history. He also is believed to have been a descendant of sun Goddess Amaterasu, and it's the oldest surviving dynasty on earth, and unlike Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Judaism, and countless other Religions, no one knows who founded Shinto or exactly why the dynasty exists.

                But beings that it's the longest surviving dynasty on earth, and the only dynasty on earth that still has the title "Emperor", who knows, maybe he did descend from some really cool Japanese woman who rose to become a patron Saint of or Sun Divinity Spirit (Kami).

                In Shinto, there are legends about Amaterasu, but it's a Religion that essentially says to not take prophets and sacred text that seriously, as all are subject to error, and people should instead follow their conscience.

                But anyway, the Japanese people that surrendered rather than just get buried in atomic bombs did so strictly because Hirohito called upon them to.

              • ill Duce
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                Not buried in atomic bombs. Incinerated rather or die of radiation.

              #10
              Sneetches were never an interest of mine. I love East Bay Ray's guitar playing on the song, though. If you imagine the song without words it's also just a classic surf song.

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                #11
                Jello wrote some great lyrics, though. Very sardonic.

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                  #12
                  New Rap to Seuss



                  There's a Wocket in my Pocket Remix (Migos Version)


                  Last edited by Audiogen; 03-19-2021, 12:27 AM.

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                    #13
                    Okay...that's the character I'm most like.

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                      #14
                      Originally posted by Audiogen View Post
                      New Rap to Seuss



                      There's a Wocket in my Pocket Remix (Migos Version)


                      Hell yeah!

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                        #15
                        Don't you feel like Benito?

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