13 August 2006

V: Voilà! In view, a humble vaudevillian veteran, cast vicariously as both victim and villain by the vicissitudes of Fate. This visage, no mere veneer of vanity, is a vestige of the vox populi, now vacant, vanished. However, this valorous visitation of a by-gone vexation, stands vivified, and has vowed to vanquish these venal and virulent vermin van-guarding vice and vouchsafing the violently vicious and voracious violation of volition. The only verdict is vengeance; a vendetta, held as a votive, not in vain, for the value and veracity of such shall one day vindicate the vigilant and the virtuous.
Verily, this vichyssoise of verbiage veers most verbose,
so let me simply add that it is my very good honor to meet you and you may call me V.

Evey: Are you like a crazy person?

V: I'm quite sure they will say so.

12 comments:

~*Joyzey*~ said...

"And you may call me V."

And you can call me J. Now go away. Dude, where did you get that?

Redwalldebater said...

V for Vendetta. Never seen it but enough people talk about that line that it's crazy... is it a good movie? I'm debating whether or not to get it.

мαdd said...

I wanted to see it...should I buy it? =/

TheEarthCanBeMoved said...

Chris and I loved it.
I plan to by it.
(Once I can get the cash)
And I only own two movies currently.
That's how good it is.

Palm boy said...

I thought it looked good when it came out earlier this year.

Those screen writters are well versed with V words.

Anonymous said...

suprised you liked it. its all about attacking the powers that be, and how corrupt a gov't can become by using fear tactics. much like our gov't is doing right now.

TheEarthCanBeMoved said...

Before I respond,
I would like to point out that I've seen these tactics before.
What you see here is a simple comment that makes several wrong assumptions and is worded in such a way as to incite an argument.

I agree with you that a government that controls its people by fear is dangerous.
Just look at N Korea and the former Soviet Union.

I do, however, disagree with you on your point about our government being like that.

It is not, however about "attacking the powers that be",
It's about attacking corrupt powers that really on fear,
Just like the US had the Cold War to prevent the spread of communism,
And why we went into Iraq,
Because those governments used fear to control their people and others.

Anonymous said...

Right - the EXACT same way that this gov't uses scare tactics and "fear" to keep support for the Republican neo-con party.

right before any election, or after one, to distract from the real news....we up the terror alert. its absurd.

scare the country into supporting the president.

Palm boy said...

Yes, the Bush administration killed 15,000 people in kansas, just last week, with the brutal use of chemical weapons.

Not only that, those dastardly Bushies also have begun systematically capturing, torturing, and maiming any and all opposition in the press or online. Becareful, you may be next!!

And just in my neighborhood, 2 days ago, entire familys were taken because one guy disagreed with Bush, the wife and daughter raped for several days, often in front of the rest of the family. The older son had his tounge cut out, and his left hand drilled through. The younger son had both his feet broken, and his ears cut off. And the father? We won't be seeing him for a long time.

Oh, wait. Thats not the US, that used to be Iraq.

Thats the kind of fear the commies and toltalitarian regiems use.


The US doesn't use 'scare tactics' in the same way other countries do. Apparently, about 40% of the country doesn't even beleive we're at war.

Anonymous said...

Hahahaha - "Used to be Iraq?" Hahahaha -- that IS Iraq today! Are you kidding? its imploding into a civil war thanks to the "american occupation.

TheEarthCanBeMoved said...

Alright...
We've been over this before.
If your going to make calims that outragous, please use sources.

Palm boy said...

Like the US using torture in the same way as Saddam.

Its compleatly different now.