1. The Cabal has arrived.

    Monday, 04-Apr-11 23:23:56 UTC from web
    1. @greydragon412 farmer?

      Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:32:40 UTC from web
    2. @greydragon412 Looks good

      Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:33:21 UTC from web
    3. @greydragon412 I would have as well - but I can't decite about the name :)

      Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:33:39 UTC from web
    4. @greydragon412 hammer and sickle cutie marks make me sad.

      Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:35:08 UTC from web
      1. @rarity ... you just brough me to the most glorious idea... Karl Marx ponified ...

        Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:36:46 UTC from web
    5. @greydragon412 Uuuh... political discussion. After gay rights and religion some hours ago. Best day ever :P

      Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:37:55 UTC from web
      1. @hakupony oh, I'm the last pony to start a political discussion, and if this turns into one I'll just stop talking.

        Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:43:10 UTC from web
    6. @greydragon412 no, I fully agree with the "good on paper" part of communism. I'm not a fan of tons of ponies who don't know the first thing about it that think it will be a good counterculture cutie mark.

      Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:38:54 UTC from web
      1. @rarity you`ve met with a terrible fate,haven`t you?

        Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:40:00 UTC from web
      2. @rarity the hammer and sickle was not always the communist mark... i do believe it represented the "working class". the soviets used it because their government was run by that working class.

        Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:44:41 UTC from web
        1. @techdisk42 or at least, was SUPPOSED to be run by the working class. we ALL know what happened with that.

          Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:45:59 UTC from web
        2. @techdisk42 It was supposed to be run by the working class :)

          Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:47:04 UTC from web
        3. @techdisk42 That's true, but often symbols begin to represent something other then their original meaning in the public eye. I hate to use this example (but it's the only one that I can think of right now), but the swastika was originally a Hindu good luck symbol or something, and you obviously know what most people associate it with nowadays.

          Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:48:29 UTC from web
          1. @rarity Or the Hitler-greeting. It was the ancient roman military greeting. Or the sign of the SS - two nordic runes. So much culture ruined forever...

            Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:51:09 UTC from web
            1. @hakupony yeah, it's just really unfortunate.

              Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:52:25 UTC from web
    7. @greydragon412 At least you know you have no idea - so you know more about it as most people :)

      Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:43:10 UTC from web
    8. @greydragon412 Even so, I like the look of it.

      Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:43:46 UTC from web
    9. @greydragon412 alright, then he might be one of the few for whom it would be fitting.

      Tuesday, 08-May-12 18:45:58 UTC from web