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from NorseWarrior - Saturday, March 12, 2005
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I was also there at that freakin weird Concentration Camp. The Family of "love" version of a Concentration Camp in Matsumoto for 90 days.

Ricky and Martin McNally amongst others were real Hitlerian taskmasters.



Boy did Ricky really hate the whole "coolness thing" he was probably jealous `cause he wasnít very cool himself. God damn him, what a bastard. He was always ranting and raving on our daily brainwashing sessions about how coolness was really out of it. Boy did he really suck, he was so boring as where the rest of those "shepards".

I was one of the back row boys at the time (trying to avoid getting his herpes infected spit in my eye) during one of his untold many anti-coolness campaigns.

Dicky...I mean Ricky, its on, oh yeah, its really on this time. You see Ricky and Martin I donít think that you counted on us growing up one day to become men and women ourselves and that one day we would be coming back...FOR YOU BOY! Iím really looking forward to chapping your asses as you did ours. You sick fucks!

Oh and by the way, I will be checking your back pockets for combs and extra padding so that you wonít go cheating on me and donít forget to bring your bibles and the paddle. Weíll start off with some "heavy" scripture quoting before I get to work on you - LOSERS!



Thatís a promise!

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from Baxter
Wednesday, March 16, 2005 - 04:56

Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5Average visitor agreement is 5 out of 5(Agree/Disagree?)

Do you not think it's a little extreme to draw comparisons from the victor camps to Auschwitz? Perhaps I'm being the pedantic history student that I am, but I don't think the two examples are a fair correlation. Historically they might be more similar to the Maoist re-education camps of the Korean War, and post-50s China.

Arbitrary, I know, but perhaps that comparison does present a certain contextual perspective - Auschwitz, I mean.
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From xolox
Wednesday, March 16, 2005, 08:26

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I was going to comment on that earlier but changed my mind. Here you are making the exact point I had considered. TF never killed millions of people, and making a comparison like that just subtracts from the real situation. Too dramatic people.(reply to this comment
from Phoenixkidd
Monday, March 14, 2005 - 12:52

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Geezus The victor camp again, Instead of making things fun or challenging for us "difficult" kids they made things tough and cruel some of these tactics seemed so counter-productive from a leadership perspective. I remember Martin making us do ridiculous things for our work schedule, I think all of us just need to forget this aspect of our lives and move on. At least the hard labor helped me develop my body somewhat and give me a tough attitude kind of like cadet or military school. Sean you have to get over it, it was over 15 years ago, and bad things have happened so many kids in the past by their abusive caretakers, oh well just my thought on the matter.
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From Joe H
Monday, March 14, 2005, 13:39

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A conversation my brother once overheard between Steven Piper and Rebecca Rapp.

Steven: Chris, Joe, and Ben have gotten really good at trimming the lawns with garden shears. It only takes them an hour to cut a whole lawn. Plus, the incredible leg endurance they now have from squatting for hours on end makes duck-walks utterly meaningless as a punishment. We need to find more jobs to keep them busy and humble.

Rebecca: What if we made them do it with scissors instead? That would hamper their productivity and seriously increase the time it takes them to do the lawn.

Steven: Not a bad idea. However, I'm concerned that the scissors wouldn't be able to hold up to that much use, and would end up costing us a fair amount of money. The garden shears are very durable, and we don't even have to sharpen them, because that would make their work much less frustrating.

Rebecca: Good point. I guess we'll just have to find something else.

End of story

The funny thing is, they could never find a way to keep us down. We exceeded all expectations. They made us grow corn out in the Mexican desert, and we not only plowed the fields with shovels, thinned the corn, watered it every morning and scared the feral chickens away, but it ended up being some of the best corn I ever ate. They thought confining me to the outdoors would break me, but I just learned to enjoy the dry, cold air and hold my bowels for 16 hours at at time, despite the thrice-daily beatings, which, when administered by Steven, could hardly have made a s (reply to this comment

From Joe H
Monday, March 14, 2005, 13:44

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...even an entry-level submissive blush. I'll never forget the time he tried it with a wet, rotting piece of plywood from the garage no one bothered to build walls for. It broke into a million pieces while my firm buttocks barely twitched.(reply to this comment
From Joe H
Monday, March 14, 2005, 13:39

(Agree/Disagree?)

A conversation my brother once overheard between Steven Piper and Rebecca Rapp.

Steven: Chris, Joe, and Ben have gotten really good at trimming the lawns with garden shears. It only takes them an hour to cut a whole lawn. Plus, the incredible leg endurance they now have from squatting for hours on end makes duck-walks utterly meaningless as a punishment. We need to find more jobs to keep them busy and humble.

Rebecca: What if we made them do it with scissors instead? That would hamper their productivity and seriously increase the time it takes them to do the lawn.

Steven: Not a bad idea. However, I'm concerned that the scissors wouldn't be able to hold up to that much use, and would end up costing us a fair amount of money. The garden shears are very durable, and we don't even have to sharpen them, because that would make their work much less frustrating.

Rebecca: Good point. I guess we'll just have to find something else.

End of story

The funny thing is, they could never find a way to keep us down. We exceeded all expectations. They made us grow corn out in the Mexican desert, and we not only plowed the fields with shovels, thinned the corn, watered it every morning and scared the feral chickens away, but it ended up being some of the best corn I ever ate. They thought confining me to the outdoors would break me, but I just learned to enjoy the dry, cold air and hold my bowels for 16 hours at at time, despite the thrice-daily beatings, which, when administered by Steven, could hardly have made (reply to this comment

From
Monday, March 14, 2005, 13:52

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I guess that would help to explain how Rebecca made it this far:

http://www.xfamily.org/index.php/Image:WS_Summit_group_shot-01.jpg(reply to this comment

From Joe H
Monday, March 14, 2005, 13:39

(Agree/Disagree?)

A conversation my brother once overheard between Steven Piper and Rebecca Rapp.

Steven: Chris, Joe, and Ben have gotten really good at trimming the lawns with garden shears. It only takes them an hour to cut a whole lawn. Plus, the incredible leg endurance they now have from squatting for hours on end makes duck-walks utterly meaningless as a punishment. We need to find more jobs to keep them busy and humble.

Rebecca: What if we made them do it with scissors instead? That would hamper their productivity and seriously increase the time it takes them to do the lawn.

Steven: Not a bad idea. However, I'm concerned that the scissors wouldn't be able to hold up to that much use, and would end up costing us a fair amount of money. The garden shears are very durable, and we don't even have to sharpen them, because that would make their work much less frustrating.

Rebecca: Good point. I guess we'll just have to find something else.

End of story

The funny thing is, they could never find a way to keep us down. We exceeded all expectations. They made us grow corn out in the Mexican desert, and we not only plowed the fields with shovels, thinned the corn, watered it every morning and scared the feral chickens away, but it ended up being some of the best corn I ever ate. They thought confining me to the outdoors would break me, but I just learned to enjoy the dry, cold air and hold my bowels for 16 hours at at time, despite the thrice-daily beatings, which, when administered by Steven, could hardly have (reply to this comment

From Nick
Monday, March 14, 2005, 13:42

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I bet that corn would have tasted good with those feral chickens....(reply to this comment

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