||[Apr. 27th, 2005|01:27 pm]
Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the J-Sin show. Tonight's guest interviewer is Andrew. How's it going Andrew?|
Quite well J-Sin. Thanks for having me.
Enough flattery shitface. Now I understand you have some questions for me?
That's right J-Sin. My first one is: Do you think Hitler actually commited suicide in his bunker?
Awww, Nazi! It's understandable that since he was quite pro-anti-communism he probably didn't like the idea of them taking over Berlin and throwing him in a gulag to die. If I were in his position however I would proudly stand out from the bunker and greet my approaching comrades. Fascism and Communism are, after all, for all intents and purposes the same thing. Awww, leave it.
Interesting, now, where are the barbarians coming from?
Traditionally they come from the north-east as the Germanic tribes move south-west into the Western Roman Empire. Today however, many feel that the barbarians are coming from within our own society. That said, many still point to the mid-east, perhaps as a way to distract an unwitting populace from the threat from within. Nonsense.
How insightful. But will you ever coin a new catchphrase?
Awww leave it!
Ok, ok, just two more questions. Would you be the meat in a Stalin/Mussolini sandwich?
Pastrami and bratworst?
Hmm. Final question: will WWIII eventuate?
Well of course war will break out eventually. But I think the real question is when and between who. Many these days point to China versus the United States as a possible scenario, but this doesn't seem likely to spark a total war event as there lacks the byzantine network of alliances that preceded the first two world wars. Currently at least, there seems to be no definite two sides opposing each other, which can be easily argued as necessary for total war to break out. I think we'll have to wait and see before we can really predict how and why the inevitable will occur.
Yeah, I'm sure. You can just fuck off now, by the way.
Ok, now I'll open the questions to the floor, I'm sure you're all familiar with the format.