I hate how everyone needs to mentione all the groups, people and genres they hate… How about mentioning how they love this more? Every freaking video needs to mention that genre and the hated artists within it…. I have never seen a video without it being mentioned… — Clorotonia a. Lesson learned: don’t badmouth other stuff only to praise something you love.
A lost battle is a battle one thinks one has lost. — Jean-Paul Sartre
Jika ada masalah dgn pasanganmu, cobalah ajak dia login ke youtube dan Facebookmu, agar belajar cara memahamimu. — Nukman Luthfie
- Wiegraf: I have lived for this, Ramza. How long has it been since we last met?
- Ramza: Then you were a warrior who fought to make your dream reality. Now you are only a thrall of the Church.
- Wiegraf: What troubled sleep have you known, to speak of my dreams? No matter how sweet, a dream left unrealized must fade into day. Only with power can dreams be made real! I see the truth of it now. What good, dreams, without that power?
Animals have no God!
- Mileuda: We're humans, just like you! There's no difference among us other than our families! You ever been hungry? With only soup to eat for months? Why do we have to suffer? Because you nobles deprive us our right to live!
- Algus: Human? Hmph, ridiculous! From the minute you were born you had to obey us! From the second you were born you are our animals!!
- Mileuda: Says who?! That's nonsense! Who decided all this?!
- Algus: It's the Will of Heaven!
- Mileuda: Heaven? God will never say such things! In His eyes, all are equal! He'd never let this happen! Never!
- Algus: Animals have no God!!
If an ethnographer says that in the language of a Central African people the word ‘ango’ means ‘dog’, he would be entirely correct, but he has only to a very limited degree thereby conveyed the meaning of ‘ango’, for what it means to the natives who use the word is very different to what ‘dog’ means to an Englishman. The significance dogs have for them—they hunt with them, they eat them, and so on—is not the significance they have for us. — Evans Pritchard, Theories of Primitive Religion, page 10