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ooglymoogly Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Apr-12-08 12:53 PM
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187. In A Tale of Two Cities...
Edited on Sat Apr-12-08 01:48 PM by ooglymoogly
Even though it was on a personal grudge; she was knitting the French Revolution into a reality against the ruling classes for their obscene excesses while the poor starved, living in retched and squalid conditions. For some her character was a revolutionary hero

Just like now "it was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Best for the rich, worst for the escalating poor and homeless.

It is a good screen name imo as we are on the verge of a revolution, though minor in comparison and we are all in our own ways becoming Madam Defarge. Like all revolutions ours also will be on personal (becoming all encompassing) grudges against the ruthless thugs controlling the strings of our "govt". And the leader of this Revolution is.............OBAMA
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