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Re: It's a shame

Postby Quintus Furius Camillus » Tue Aug 20, 2019 10:57 pm

SALVE ALBA!

Deary, you know what is a shame? That you were a praetor that did nothing. The weight of your own sense of superiority must have been so burdensome that any activity was plainly exasperating, if not entirely debilitating.

I’m glad the color has come back to you. So vigorous in hogwash. So full of fire and emotion! Now can we refocus all your feisty moaning into productivity?

VALE!
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Re: It's a shame

Postby Tiberia Salvia Alba » Wed Aug 21, 2019 8:09 am

--- Deary, you know what is a shame? That you were a praetor that did nothing. The weight of your own sense of superiority must have been so burdensome that any activity was plainly exasperating, if not entirely debilitating. ---

LOL!!! Camillus, I would be ashamed to get into this discussion if I were you, especially with such comments!)))))))) What is shame? Ooh, you know what a shame is! Right?
Dear, shame is what you did at the very beginning of your appearance here, when you were drunk here writing messages, inciting people to do wrong actions in private messages, and then you apologized for yourself, for the shame that you made, and apologized for you. This is a shame. This is a real shame. Who do you not know what shame is? It’s your happiness that I haven’t yet published the content of the messages you sent.
Mockery.
By the way, if you understood the essence of the matter, you would understand that I declared a boycott to the authorities of the Republic, because two citizens could not vote, their rights were violated and no one did anything. This was the only way to pay attention to the problem. But you know what? Everyone who could solve this problem, including Brutus, did not care about these people and their rights, as now. Why did I break the boycott? Because there’s no reason to be silent, everything is destroyed, and I just want to say everything that I think about what is happening, as it is, about how I feel sorry for all the time spent on it.
By the way, maybe I didn’t do anything, like a praetor, for example, I convened a Senate meeting in which you didn’t even participate, but I’ll probably tell you what I did not, being a praetor and having the appropriate authority: I did not destroy the old system, turning republic into autocracy; I did not destroy the community (including the college) of citizens of our Republic; I did not suddenly run away for a year and did not give up this project, as Brutus did; I didn’t throw someone from their posts under far-fetched pretexts;
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Re: It's a shame

Postby Quintus Furius Camillus » Wed Aug 21, 2019 10:10 am

SALVETE!

Okay everyone, listen up, Alba is really peeved off. Stop everything. Stop. Everything. Now. Yes, we are talking about the same Alba that as third in command last year boycotted the very organization she led. Shhh... Don’t ask too many questions. Logic is suspended for the moment. Just go with it, Alba style.

Now for the first order of business. We gotta fire some people.

Alba needs some heads to roll. Brutus, sorry, but GTFO of the republic. Before you go please leave us some money. Bank card, blank cheque, box of cash, those all work fine. You screwed up too much last year. All that laborious work, yeah not enough pal. You heard the good lady. Time to run off again. But really really important. Leave money. We always like money, especially your money. Do we like you? No not really. It’s not totally personal. It’s us, not you.

Don’t worry Brutus, I’m fired too. I’m a poor pathetic sod of a drunkard, you heard the lady. So I can’t say you are in good company, but I guess it’s better than no company? Maybe? My last coins will purchase us an amphora of wine. We will enjoy this in our early retirement. We will split it while we marvel at Alba’s flawless leadership of the respublica. But remember, we must marvel from afar. We wouldn’t want the good lady to get upset about the proximity of our presence. Us useless dirt bags that we are.

So whose flat shall will we retire for drink? Mine? Yours? Brutus, let me know. Just don’t keep me waiting. I’m thirsty.

PS. Alba, in English the above message is called ironic comedy.

PPS. Alba, you didn’t call a meeting of the senate. Celsus did.

PPPS. Alba, the most you did as praetor was scratch your arse.

That’s alright. I did the same. Why? Because not a single Sarmatian did anything I could see with my eyes. Did any Sarmatian magistrate whom I emailed respond to my messages? Nope. Did I translate these ditties into Russian? Sure did my lovely. Let’s also remember you fellas controlled 9/10 offices in 2018. You all got each other elected and then sat on your thumbs. Beautiful move.

Now you moan like a heifer in heat? Did you steal some of my drink? Come on, just ask me, I love to share!

Sarmatia was in control in 2018. That’s why, my good lady, the wheels fell off the cart. It was on your watch as praetor. You, Severus and Brutus all shat your togas. But it’s okay, I still love you all. Yes, even you Alba. But because Sarmatia was in control, that is why I didn’t participate last year. Because the government of the Republic was paralyzed by a flood of inactive Sarmatians. After 60 days of trying to get you guys to do something, even just say hello, I moved on until I saw the regular crew return this year.

Oh, and deary, your praetorial colleague, Livius, do you know why he resigned? No? That’s okay because I know. Let me tell you. He resigned because he couldn’t get any Sarmatian to do anything. I’ve seen more visible lemurs lurking in my garden than the ghostly former Sarmatian quaestors, aediles, and consul. You guys alive? Were you ever alive? Fellas?

The only thing our mute Sarmatian magistrates seemed proficient in was voting for fellow sarmatians and standing for office. Good job lads!

Last year, our government, flooded by inactive, unreachable, invisible Sarmatian avatars summoned the incredibly endowed Priapus to have his way with our Republic. Wow, did he ever have his way, and in all ways. I bet that’s why a lot of people left. That type of work over really hurts. Mercy, mercy they shout.

You want Russian documents translated? Why not translate them yourself good lady? The largest donors are not Sarmatian. You want us to use our treasury to pay you to do them? I’m guessing you want it in USD rather than rubbles? Who do I make the cheque out to? You or Severus? Does it matter?

Why not volunteer? You seem eager. Your English isn’t bad. I can tell by your moans that ring load and clear in fine English. In the time it took you to write that last message you could have translated two pages!

Tell me, please, I beg you, literally, what does one need to do to convert your endless disgruntled grunts into action? No not some secondhand recount of Sarmatian action. But action here on the international level. What is the magic spell needed to conjure up such a marvelous wonder?

All this Sarmatia needs this or that, Sarmatia gives you the finger with love, Sarmatia needs money, Sarmatia boycotts the Republic, and so on. Does Sarmatia share any photos of events? Does Sarmatia update their own provincial web site? The only thing I see is Alba attempting to send the ever vigorous Sarmatian Priapus to give his full girth to our Republic on a regular basis.

It’s tempting, it really is, but I am going to take a pass. That’s too much Sarmatian love for me.

VALETE!
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Re: It's a shame

Postby Tiberia Salvia Alba » Wed Aug 21, 2019 11:23 am

LOL!!!)))) Camillus, this is a very pathetic attempt to turn the conversation aside, I was sincerely enraged by your worthless efforts to replace one question with another.
It’s very nice that you are using the old trick, which you have already tried to use more than once. This is a substitution of concepts. I am from the province of Sarmatia, but I am not the whole province of Sarmatia. And you ignorantly transfer my actions to the whole province. It is all the same if I said that now the whole leadership of the Central Committee is from North America. So what? As residents of North America or Sarmatia - Eastern Europe, are connected with the fact that you wrote nonsense and absurdity at the very beginning of your appearance, how the Sarmatians are guilty of the fact that Brutus escaped and left us without tools for solving problems.
Come on, tell me, Camillus, how can I fulfill my duties if I couldn’t even allow new people to the forum? Can you tell me how to maintain the infrastructure of the Roman Republic without paying bills? And who is to blame? I remind you that Brutus, when he disappeared, left us without access to management tools. You heard that when you approved citizenship, you could not give a new citizen access to the forum, you know why, because Brutus before the disappearance did not bother to give anyone the corresponding rights on the forum !!!! And you heard that the Sarmatians were going to pay for hosting the Roman Republic from their provincial treasury, because Brutus irresponsibly decided that in his absence there was no need to pay the bills !!! And you heard how people paid taxes, but we couldn’t check it, and we couldn’t count them denarii, because there were errors in the automatic accrual of denarii, and as a result we couldn’t distribute people by centuries !!!
It seems to me that you don’t understand at all that we, not only the Sarmatians, were left alone with problems that we could not solve without Brutus, and he simply disappeared, did not answer, disappeared from us. Do you even understand this ??? And if you can, what does the Sarmatians have to do with these problems?
You know, you’re doubly ridiculous, you know why? You write about the Sarmatians and 2018 ... and now tell me in which year Brutus escaped? In what year was he absent for a whole year? In what year did he abandon the whole Roman Republic without leaving any tools for solving problems?
You know why I know this, just because my compatriots, unfortunately, took leadership positions this year, but let's take a look, one of the two consuls was Brutus, one of the two censors was Curio, I was one of two praetors. So what? We occupied half of the magistracy, we had no control. But how does the name of your province affect the fact that because of Brutus you can’t even give full citizenship?
Translations? Yes, I just write in a Google translator. I do not always understand what the result is in English. Your messages generally translate strangely. But I understand perfectly that you either do not understand everything, or simply do not want to know what was happening in 2018, when Brutus escaped.
Your stupid attempt to transfer the conversation to the Sarmatians failed. But I’ll try you further, because everyone knows that it was because of the Sarmatians that he escaped the brutus and did not get in touch for a year, it was because of the Sarmatians that Brutus did not leave access to administrative tools so that everything could function as before, this for the Sarmatians, two people from Sarmatia could not exercise their voting rights for two years, it was because of Sarmatia you wrote all this nonsense on the forum, and then you apologized, it was because of Sarmatia that without approval, public discussion destroyed all the colleges, including the religious collegium of the Mithraists it is because of Sarmatia Brutus without approval and public discussion suggested the merger of Nova Roma ... All because of Sarmatia ...)))))
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Re: It's a shame

Postby Tiberia Salvia Alba » Wed Aug 21, 2019 11:32 am

What would Camillus understand to you, in 2018 the Roman Republic was like a bicycle that did not have a steering wheel, because when Brutus escaped, he took the steering wheel with him.
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Re: It's a shame

Postby Lucia Hostilia Scaura » Thu Aug 29, 2019 11:00 pm

Shame? Shame on those citizens who put a province before the republic.

Shame on those that cast stones.

Shame on those that vote as blocks based only on geography.

Shame on those who hold office and therefore the trust of the whole community and let us down.

Shame on those who held positions that could be used to benefit the international community of Romans and did nothing to look out for those outside their province.

That is what shame is.

How disappointed Mater Fides Publica Populi Romani must be in many of you.
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Re: It's a shame

Postby Tiberia Salvia Alba » Fri Aug 30, 2019 7:03 am

I will not trouble myself and write a detailed answer to the message of a person who, speaking of shame, for a year not only did nothing, but also disappeared together with Brutus.
I also want to note that the shortcomings that you are trying to find with me or people from our province, as well as your claims, do not at all excuse what Brutus did. So your or my mistakes do not change the fact that Brutus himself made critical errors that have significant negative consequences.
I spoke about these problems in 2018 and I’m talking now, but where were you in 2018, because you could answer the same words of mine in 2018 ... oh, wait, you weren’t there, like yours, and you did not care about the affairs of the Republic, it is surprising that you recall these matters only now. But I have no complaints against you, and your arguments are of little interest to me, because I started this topic because of Brutus' actions, and not yours, Curio or anyone else's actions.
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