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Old 09-12-2006, 06:47 PM
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Once more, Iím frustrated and cannot realize how selfish and vainly proud some of the moonies can be acting on this new website.

Today, I tried to get Becky into that shoutbox. Sheís a guest and wonít be a member before I suggest her, and I wonít do it tomorrow unless things change and it seems they wonít.

My motherís friend went to a pilgrimage meeting tonight and he came back from it so disappointed. He is the one to have gone the furthest and every member of the pilgrimage hadnít walked half the way he had been walking onto. He came into the meeting and went out some hours after, frustrated, because not only some of the usurpers there talked a lot about stuff that didnít have anything to see about the true goal of their meetings, (pilgrimage), but some other people were congratulated because they could walk about maybe till a quarter he walked. As a result, he realized that those meetings are not what he thought. This organisation is a great one, but he realized how stupid and ridiculous are the people attending to the meetings. But that didnít alter his satisfaction about what he could do, the pilgrimage. These people are changing what he could do into a big shit, but he still loves what he could do, and he proudly think within himself he could be with God.

I love progressive rock. And God knows how Iím frustrated that none gives a damn bout my articles, about everything I can say about myself and the festival I could attend to, amongst the moonies, except some artists from prog rock bands. I know I wonít be among the deep mason population which consists of the main characters of that brotherhood, I wonít give a damn cent for being a patron because Iím more disgusted about that mason stuff every day because of the false modesty, the false charity, the true coldness of indifference you all bring, and the "taking one or several moonie for oneself , buttering him/her up, to wreck that frog arse" (the best moonies do that stuff) and Iím afraid Iíve never been a brother in this community, even if Iím one of the best prog rock lovers.

Why didnít the member of the pilgrimage organization welcome my motherís friend properly? Why do those ďmooniesĒ regularly get me down and pick me with their proud words and their bad feelings about themselves? And most of all, what the heck do some people pretend to be if they can go to the nearfest and not you neernerner?!!!!

The more Iím understanding that the Ďmooniesí are taking me for a shit, of course the more Iím behaving bad.

I havenít denounced anybody in that post, and everybody who can see that post will be truly knowing he is directly finger pointed at. Thatís why I didnít denounce anybody. And Iím sure you all know that I would have done so because you know how true I can be when I am that angry. Keep on acting like that, and Iím afraid I will act not very kindly. But one thing : Iím the kindest of all of you. Maybe thatís the reason why I wonít be never in that brotherhood. This is the best progressive rock radio on the net. I feel really sorry that some people are member. Unfortunately, this is the nasty wrong progressive rock side. You canít imagine how sad I am realizing this. Many prog rock artists are closed to me. Donít push me to make a bad adv.

Donít take me like a shit anymore, all of you.
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Old 09-13-2006, 01:45 AM
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Re: The pilgrim

Rick Wakeman, I don't understand.
"to wreck that frog arse" - has someone said that to you on Aural Moon?
I will likely be in the Saintes/Angouleme area sometime in the next few months, and will happily stop by the Bordeaux area and prove to you that people on the Moon are not indifferent.
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Old 09-13-2006, 04:45 AM
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Re: The pilgrim

i'm not interested in meeting any moony from now on. Maybe the following generation, but well i don't think so either.
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Old 09-13-2006, 04:58 AM
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by the way i'm leaving France next month so farewell.
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Old 09-13-2006, 06:54 AM
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Rick Wakeman, I don't understand.
"to wreck that frog arse" - has someone said that to you on Aural Moon?
I will likely be in the Saintes/Angouleme area sometime in the next few months, and will happily stop by the Bordeaux area and prove to you that people on the Moon are not indifferent.
I was hoping no one would even respond. Jim, and I want to stay out of it.

But rw has been casuing serious issues in the shoutbox for some time. You may want to seek out some opinions from other moonies maybe via private messages before you engage rw in this.

thanks
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Old 09-13-2006, 12:24 PM
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Re: The pilgrim

How sad!!! But............if that's how you (unjustifiably in my humble opinion) feel RW then so be it.

I wish you luck with your new venture in the US and hope you feel able to visit us here again some time in the future.
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Old 09-13-2006, 03:15 PM
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Rick Wakeman, I don't understand.
"to wreck that frog arse" - has someone said that to you on Aural Moon?
I will likely be in the Saintes/Angouleme area sometime in the next few months, and will happily stop by the Bordeaux area and prove to you that people on the Moon are not indifferent.
What the hell is he talking about? Frog's arses? I'm completely lost...
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Old 09-14-2006, 02:44 PM
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Re: The pilgrim

Hey Rick, tu me considŤres comme Áa aussi ? Qu'est-ce qu'il se passe ? C'est quoi cette histoire ? Ils ont fait quoi les membres d'ici ?
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Hi Rick, may I ask why you are leaving France? Have you found it a good place to live? My family and I are considering moving away from the UK and have been looking at French property. Do you recommend it?
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Old 09-14-2006, 03:57 PM
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Camel, Rick doesn't like France, but I'm French too and it's a beautiful country. If you come and live here, I think you won't regret it.
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Old 09-14-2006, 04:12 PM
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Hi Elric, thank you so much for replying; I really appreciate it. I think the biggest thing we're concerned about is the education system - our children are 8, 10 and 12. I've read a lot of very good things about the French style of education - and certainly has to rank much better than the UK's. Do you think it is easy for overseas children to integrate into the French system?
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Old 09-14-2006, 05:51 PM
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Camel our educationnal system isn't bad, it's true. I think your kids will encounter no problem in our schools if they are able to follow classes in French. Maybe there are classes for foreign children, but I never heard about that.
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Re: The pilgrim

rick here is a post for which it's ok to say excuse my french :

ils se passent de la pommade se fťlicitent d'aller ŗ nearfest et l'otre pauvre con de mailotron se fout de ma gueule. ils sont indiffťrents de mes articles et en ont rien ŗ foutre de ma gueule. Donc je les emmerde. C'est clair non?
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Old 09-14-2006, 06:17 PM
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Camel your kids will carefuly be taken care of in France, no problem about this.
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Compris Rick.
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