[Groop] Groop Groo (Mo orst)
eulogio.navarro at gmail.com
Thu Dec 10 02:04:53 PST 2009
I thought that my English was quite good, but it seems I erred because was
sure that everybody would understand that, since I have not read the last
issue, I was not in the position to really give an opinion, and therefore my
message was clearly intended to be simply funny or plainly stupid.
However, I really regret that anybody could feel offended by not being
considered as a human being, but believe me, having a look to any day papers
I would love not to be considered as one.
I am not sure what a pinko commie is (my English is not that good) although
from what I understand from your text, it is quite possible, that I could
be, at least, as pinko commie as you, (living in Europe this is not a big
deal :), you know we like Bastille Days).
The rest of your message seems really reasonable to me, and I would probably
agree if I could resist my permanent wish to be against everything, so I
will wait to see if many people agree with you and I will fight you, or if
many people thinks the opposite, and the I will join your ranks :)
Once again thank you so much to everybody for this list.
From: Mo orst <m00rst at hotmail.com>
Nice. Not to be considered a human being? "Butt hurt" conservative? Reminds
me of a typical mob out of a Groo ending, complete with pitchforks and
Sorry to disappoint you folks, but I'm probably more of a pinko commie than
anyone on this list. When this country falls into chaos (which it eventually
will) and we have our Bastille Day, I'll be at the guillotine pulling the
lever. Not the other way around. I'll be distributing wealth, not hoarding
it. I'm not going to give a single thought to my comic book collection when
the grid blacks out for good.
As for Mark and Sergio, as I said before: I salute any and all political
agendas in art. I stand behind the Groo crew if that's what they want to do.
If you didn't get that in my posts, then try reading for comprehension.
That said, I'm not going to sit here and tell Mark that Groo is as great as
ever when the opposite is true. If you want this to just be a list for
people to make friends with the Groo Crew and score free swag at comic
conventions, then feel free to delete me. Groo has become more important to
me as a character as the years have passed, and that's who I connect with.
I'm not interested in knowing Mark or Sergio. I'm interested in the meaning
and relevance of GROO.
No one is telling them what to write, or suggesting stories. The only thing
being suggested is that they can do BETTER. The proof is in the back issues.
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