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Das Nihilist:
I abide by being out of my element -we true nihilists are all western european, you know, an as we didn't built up the railroad, we ignore most of USA's culture references, in the parlance of our times, err..-, so, can anydude explain to me that Lenin (Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, indeed) / "I am the walrus" shit that's coming to light? WhereTH comes "I am the walrus" and HowTF can be put together with any Lenin reference? 

DigitalBuddha:

--- Quote from: Das Nihilist on October 06, 2007, 08:45:12 PM ---I abide by being out of my element -we true nihilists are all western european, you know, an as we didn't built up the railroad, we ignore most of USA's culture references, in the parlance of our times, err..-, so, can anydude explain to me that Lenin (Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, indeed) / "I am the walrus" shit that's coming to light? WhereTH comes "I am the walrus" and HowTF can be put together with any Lenin reference? 

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I am the walrus...words from a Beatles song co-written by John Lennon...

Vladimir Lenin (AKA; Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov)...Marxists, Bolshevik, leader in the 1917 Russian Revolution...

Walter and the dude commenting on Vladimir Lenin in the "look who benefits" conversation where space cadet Donnie has John Lennon and Vladimir Lenin confused when he injects "I am the walrus" into Walter and the dude's conversation and is told by Walter to Shut the fuck up, Donnie, Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov!! Walter was correcting Donnie's confusion of the two Lenins / Lenons.

Das Nihilist:

--- Quote from: digitalbuddha on October 07, 2007, 01:34:06 AM ---Donnie has John Lennon and Vladimir Lenin confused

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Zat's it -fuckin' A, man!- zaanx, zat's zee connection I missed -forgot 'bout the Beatles song-...

Now, there's new shit vee can't figure out: Donnie's automatic connection between the subject of the conversation -"look who benefits"- with ZAT specific Lennon song...
after some very deep research -veekipedia, btw- it comes to light that the original "walrus" reference came from Lewis Carroll's poem "The Walrus and the Carpenter", wich actually seems to argue about economic systems and imperialistic manners of capitalism -who knows, actually-, but Lennon stated that he had no clue about that at the time he wrote the song, and there ain't no such "benefit" reference in the lyrics so... do you figure out the mental inner process that makes Donnie guess that The Dude was trying to quote "I am the walrus"?
Since we learn quiet little shit of Donnie in the movie, I'm afraid the mistery remains just half-solved for me, except if you can bring some more shit to light... would you? uh, man?

Anyway, zanx fot zee fast answer man, if feel now less like a child, who wanders in the middle of the movie...   

Old Dude:
Personally speaking I have NO idea what the relationship between the walrus and Mr. Lennin is but it sounds a bit kinky.  :o

DigitalBuddha:

--- Quote from: Das Nihilist on October 07, 2007, 07:37:30 PM ---
--- Quote from: digitalbuddha on October 07, 2007, 01:34:06 AM ---Donnie has John Lennon and Vladimir Lenin confused

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Zat's it -fuckin' A, man!- zaanx, zat's zee connection I missed -forgot 'bout the Beatles song-...

Now, there's new shit vee can't figure out: Donnie's automatic connection between the subject of the conversation -"look who benefits"- with ZAT specific Lennon song...
after some very deep research -veekipedia, btw- it comes to light that the original "walrus" reference came from Lewis Carroll's poem "The Walrus and the Carpenter", wich actually seems to argue about economic systems and imperialistic manners of capitalism -who knows, actually-, but Lennon stated that he had no clue about that at the time he wrote the song, and there ain't no such "benefit" reference in the lyrics so... do you figure out the mental inner process that makes Donnie guess that The Dude was trying to quote "I am the walrus"?
Since we learn quiet little shit of Donnie in the movie, I'm afraid the mistery remains just half-solved for me, except if you can bring some more shit to light... would you? uh, man?

Anyway, zanx fot zee fast answer man, if feel now less like a child, who wanders in the middle of the movie...   


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Fuckin a, man. No problemo.

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