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Re: biggest quote here

Postby rvbtucker » Sun Jul 08, 2007 11:33 pm

Psychotin wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
rvbtucker wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
rvbtucker wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
drtaher wrote:
CaptainSnake wrote:
Cass wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
CaptainSnake wrote:
Cass wrote:
drtaher wrote:lets start the biggest quote in tis thread!!!!!!!!


Biggest quote? Or biggest quote pyramid? If you're looking to create the biggest pyramid on these forums, you're a day late and a dollar short. There is a maximum size then it starts trimming the oldest quotes off. :P Nice try though!



Woooo go quote pyramid!

yes cass but what if we made 2 pyramids and did a double quote? like
pyramid 1

Two different pyramids?
-------------------------------
pyramid 2

dont u just love me? lol

But quoted as one entity? Impossible. :P


Its Possible :O

a


s


d


1


2


3


woooooot

woot its already big

Lets just hope cass's quote pyramid remove spell has loong cooldown
Hey, not like this is the WoW forums, our posts arent on CDs

kick ass isnt it?
Hey Kolo, wanna go to burning steppes and help my gnome mage level? It kinda sucks trying to kill fire mobs when your fire specced.

LOL you should see me running away from water elementals when i was frost spec it looked fugling(dont wanna use normal lol u get it) funny if u were one of the ppl grinding primal water in that area

Roflcopter?
I'd laugh to, but I nkow the feeling....
Yea thats right....I ZOMFGBBQWTFIDIDNTKNOWYOUCOULDDOTHATANDYOUNEEDANERFNERFZOMFGBLIZZHELPMECAUSEINEEDTOLEARNTOLPAYAHHHpwn
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Re: biggest quote here

Postby Swiftaxe » Tue Jul 10, 2007 7:28 pm

rvbtucker wrote:
Psychotin wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
rvbtucker wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
rvbtucker wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
drtaher wrote:
CaptainSnake wrote:
Cass wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
CaptainSnake wrote:
Cass wrote:
drtaher wrote:lets start the biggest quote in tis thread!!!!!!!!


Biggest quote? Or biggest quote pyramid? If you're looking to create the biggest pyramid on these forums, you're a day late and a dollar short. There is a maximum size then it starts trimming the oldest quotes off. :P Nice try though!



Woooo go quote pyramid!

yes cass but what if we made 2 pyramids and did a double quote? like
pyramid 1

Two different pyramids?
-------------------------------
pyramid 2

dont u just love me? lol

But quoted as one entity? Impossible. :P


Its Possible :O

a


s


d


1


2


3


woooooot

woot its already big

Lets just hope cass's quote pyramid remove spell has loong cooldown
Hey, not like this is the WoW forums, our posts arent on CDs

kick ass isnt it?
Hey Kolo, wanna go to burning steppes and help my gnome mage level? It kinda sucks trying to kill fire mobs when your fire specced.

LOL you should see me running away from water elementals when i was frost spec it looked fugling(dont wanna use normal lol u get it) funny if u were one of the ppl grinding primal water in that area

Roflcopter?
I'd laugh to, but I nkow the feeling....


Behold! It rises toward the heavens!
Lets hope its not like Babel.
Dont make me come over there.
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Postby Neth » Wed Jul 11, 2007 4:47 pm

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Hey, that one was cool.
Behold! The three quotation-pyramids of Egypt!

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...Although they are actually diffirent sizes... Meh.
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Postby CaptainSnake » Wed Jul 11, 2007 7:09 pm

Neth wrote:I made my own pyramid!
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Hey, that one was cool.
Behold! The three quotation-pyramids of Egypt!

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...Although they are actually diffirent sizes... Meh.



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Postby kologer0s » Thu Jul 12, 2007 4:42 am

Hey mind if I test my new spell?
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Postby Neth » Thu Jul 12, 2007 7:40 am

Bring it on...

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Postby kologer0s » Thu Jul 12, 2007 9:17 am

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Postby drtaher » Sun Jul 15, 2007 4:21 am

can some1 join the pyramids with my hug ass quote to make them big as hell?
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Re: biggest quote here

Postby drtaher » Sun Jul 15, 2007 4:26 am

Swiftaxe wrote:
rvbtucker wrote:
Psychotin wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
rvbtucker wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
rvbtucker wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
drtaher wrote:
CaptainSnake wrote:
Cass wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
CaptainSnake wrote:
Cass wrote:
drtaher wrote:lets start the biggest quote in tis thread!!!!!!!!


Biggest quote? Or biggest quote pyramid? If you're looking to create the biggest pyramid on these forums, you're a day late and a dollar short. There is a maximum size then it starts trimming the oldest quotes off. :P Nice try though!



Woooo go quote pyramid!

yes cass but what if we made 2 pyramids and did a double quote? like
pyramid 1

Two different pyramids?
-------------------------------
pyramid 2

dont u just love me? lol

But quoted as one entity? Impossible. :P


Its Possible :O

a


s


d


1


2


3


woooooot

woot its already big

Lets just hope cass's quote pyramid remove spell has loong cooldown
Hey, not like this is the WoW forums, our posts arent on CDs

kick ass isnt it?
Hey Kolo, wanna go to burning steppes and help my gnome mage level? It kinda sucks trying to kill fire mobs when your fire specced.

LOL you should see me running away from water elementals when i was frost spec it looked fugling(dont wanna use normal lol u get it) funny if u were one of the ppl grinding primal water in that area

Roflcopter?
I'd laugh to, but I nkow the feeling....


Behold! It rises toward the heavens!
Lets hope its not like Babel.

CaptainSnake wrote:
Neth wrote:I made my own pyramid!
Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
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Hey, that one was cool.
Behold! The three quotation-pyramids of Egypt!

Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
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...Although they are actually diffirent sizes... Meh.



This pyramid is now awesomeness

BEHOLD I HAVE COMBINED THEM BOTH TOGETHER took me about 3mins to figure out how to do it
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Re: biggest quote here

Postby drtaher » Sun Jul 15, 2007 4:28 am

drtaher wrote:
Swiftaxe wrote:
rvbtucker wrote:
Psychotin wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
rvbtucker wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
rvbtucker wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
drtaher wrote:
CaptainSnake wrote:
Cass wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
CaptainSnake wrote:
Cass wrote:
drtaher wrote:lets start the biggest quote in tis thread!!!!!!!!


Biggest quote? Or biggest quote pyramid? If you're looking to create the biggest pyramid on these forums, you're a day late and a dollar short. There is a maximum size then it starts trimming the oldest quotes off. :P Nice try though!



Woooo go quote pyramid!

yes cass but what if we made 2 pyramids and did a double quote? like
pyramid 1

Two different pyramids?
-------------------------------
pyramid 2

dont u just love me? lol

But quoted as one entity? Impossible. :P


Its Possible :O

a


s


d


1


2


3


woooooot

woot its already big

Lets just hope cass's quote pyramid remove spell has loong cooldown
Hey, not like this is the WoW forums, our posts arent on CDs

kick ass isnt it?
Hey Kolo, wanna go to burning steppes and help my gnome mage level? It kinda sucks trying to kill fire mobs when your fire specced.

LOL you should see me running away from water elementals when i was frost spec it looked fugling(dont wanna use normal lol u get it) funny if u were one of the ppl grinding primal water in that area

Roflcopter?
I'd laugh to, but I nkow the feeling....


Behold! It rises toward the heavens!
Lets hope its not like Babel.

CaptainSnake wrote:
Neth wrote:I made my own pyramid!
Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
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Hey, that one was cool.
Behold! The three quotation-pyramids of Egypt!

Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
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...Although they are actually diffirent sizes... Meh.



This pyramid is now awesomeness

BEHOLD I HAVE COMBINED THEM BOTH TOGETHER took me about 3mins to figure out how to do it
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Re: biggest quote here

Postby Neth » Sun Jul 15, 2007 10:09 am

drtaher wrote:
drtaher wrote:
Swiftaxe wrote:
rvbtucker wrote:
Psychotin wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
rvbtucker wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
rvbtucker wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
drtaher wrote:
CaptainSnake wrote:
Cass wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
CaptainSnake wrote:
Cass wrote:
drtaher wrote:lets start the biggest quote in tis thread!!!!!!!!


Biggest quote? Or biggest quote pyramid? If you're looking to create the biggest pyramid on these forums, you're a day late and a dollar short. There is a maximum size then it starts trimming the oldest quotes off. :P Nice try though!



Woooo go quote pyramid!

yes cass but what if we made 2 pyramids and did a double quote? like
pyramid 1

Two different pyramids?
-------------------------------
pyramid 2

dont u just love me? lol

But quoted as one entity? Impossible. :P


Its Possible :O

a


s


d


1


2


3


woooooot

woot its already big

Lets just hope cass's quote pyramid remove spell has loong cooldown
Hey, not like this is the WoW forums, our posts arent on CDs

kick ass isnt it?
Hey Kolo, wanna go to burning steppes and help my gnome mage level? It kinda sucks trying to kill fire mobs when your fire specced.

LOL you should see me running away from water elementals when i was frost spec it looked fugling(dont wanna use normal lol u get it) funny if u were one of the ppl grinding primal water in that area

Roflcopter?
I'd laugh to, but I nkow the feeling....


Behold! It rises toward the heavens!
Lets hope its not like Babel.

CaptainSnake wrote:
Neth wrote:I made my own pyramid!
Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
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Hey, that one was cool.
Behold! The three quotation-pyramids of Egypt!

Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
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...Although they are actually diffirent sizes... Meh.



This pyramid is now awesomeness

BEHOLD I HAVE COMBINED THEM BOTH TOGETHER took me about 3mins to figure out how to do it



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Re: biggest quote here

Postby felldain » Sun Jul 15, 2007 10:18 am

drtaher wrote:
Swiftaxe wrote:
rvbtucker wrote:
Psychotin wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
rvbtucker wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
rvbtucker wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
drtaher wrote:
CaptainSnake wrote:
Cass wrote:
kologer0s wrote:
CaptainSnake wrote:
Cass wrote:
drtaher wrote:lets start the biggest quote in tis thread!!!!!!!!


Biggest quote? Or biggest quote pyramid? If you're looking to create the biggest pyramid on these forums, you're a day late and a dollar short. There is a maximum size then it starts trimming the oldest quotes off. :P Nice try though!



Woooo go quote pyramid!

yes cass but what if we made 2 pyramids and did a double quote? like
pyramid 1

Two different pyramids?
-------------------------------
pyramid 2

dont u just love me? lol

But quoted as one entity? Impossible. :P


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woooooot

woot its already big

Lets just hope cass's quote pyramid remove spell has loong cooldown
Hey, not like this is the WoW forums, our posts arent on CDs

kick ass isnt it?
Hey Kolo, wanna go to burning steppes and help my gnome mage level? It kinda sucks trying to kill fire mobs when your fire specced.

LOL you should see me running away from water elementals when i was frost spec it looked fugling(dont wanna use normal lol u get it) funny if u were one of the ppl grinding primal water in that area

Roflcopter?
I'd laugh to, but I nkow the feeling....


Behold! It rises toward the heavens!
Lets hope its not like Babel.

CaptainSnake wrote:
Neth wrote:I made my own pyramid!
Neth wrote:OMG
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Behold! The three quotation-pyramids of Egypt!

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...Although they are actually diffirent sizes... Meh.



This pyramid is now awesomeness

BEHOLD I HAVE COMBINED THEM BOTH TOGETHER took me about 3mins to figure out how to do it




So i thought i'd just copy and paste a book tbh

This is a joint report by two divisions of Human Rights Watch: the Children's Rights and the Europe and Central Asia Divisions. It was researched and written by Kathleen Hunt, a consultant to Human Rights Watch, who as a journalist investigated the orphanages in post-Ceausescu Romania for the New York Times Sunday Magazine and covered the break-up of the Soviet Union from 19911994 for National Public Radio.

The bulk of the investigation was conducted by Ms. Hunt in Russia, from February 10 to March 9, 1998. Considerable preparatory research was undertaken during January, and follow-up since her return from Russia. The Human Rights Watch Moscow office provided invaluable research and administrative backup throughout this period, and we are particularly grateful to Lyuda Alpern for her full-time assistance.

The report was edited by Lois Whitman from the Children's Rights Division and Rachel Denber of the Europe and Central Asia Division. Michael McClintock, deputy program director and Dinah PoKempner, deputy general counsel, provided additional comments on the manuscript, and Shalu Rozario of the Children's Rights Division and Alex Frangos of the Europe and Central Asia Division provided production assistance.

It is a pity that a vise of secrecy and fear, reminiscent of Soviet times, has tightened around the isolated world of Russia's state orphanages. Many dedicated orphanage staff and foreign volunteers begged us not to reveal their names, or the institutions in which they worked. Russian workers, they said, would be fired for talking to an outsider. Foreign charity workers would be expelled from the institutions and the doors slammed on humanitarian assistance. This would further isolate the system which they felt a desperate need to improve. We have respected these requests.

This report, nevertheless, would not have been possible without the assistance of many who did take the risk to share what they knew about state-run institutions for abandoned children. Of those in Moscow who wish to be named, we especially thank Sergei Koloskov, father of a Down syndrome child and president of the Down Syndrome Association for families with Down syndrome children, Sarah Philips, a former volunteer with the charity organization Action for Russia’s Children, and Boris Altshuler, Lyubov Kushnir and Lyudmilla Alexeeva of Rights of the Child, Russia's leading nongovernmental organization dedicated to defending children's rights.

Also in Moscow, we wish to express our gratitude to Dr. Anatoly Severny, of the Independent Association of Child Psychiatrists and Psychologists, Marina Rodman, and Sergei A. Levin. Olga Alexeeva of Charities Aid Foundation shared her expertise and the bounty of her research archives, and Karina A. Moskalenko provided invaluable help with our legal research. Further information and insightswere provided by Equilibre, Médécins sans Frontières, and Alexander Ogorodnikov, who runs an independent shelter for runaway children.

Several translators labored over the raft of legal documentation assembled, and assisted with lengthy interviews with orphans. We especially thank Lena Sheveleva, Irina Savelyeva, Tanya Morschakova, Maria Armand, and Alexander Bogdanov.

On our two missions outside of Moscow, Human Rights Watch was generously assisted in St. Petersburg by Médécins du Monde/Doctors of the World; Alexander Rodin, a former deputy in the city council and now independent advocate for children in orphanages, juvenile detention, and the streets; and Alexander Bogdanov, who assisted in the research gathered from a group of teenaged orphans. Our research outside of Moscow would not have been possible without the help of Eduard A. Alexeyev. Further thanks go to Doctor Mikhail M. Airumyan, president of the independent Russian Association of Baby Houses, and Dr. Olga Y. Vassilieva, deputy director of one Russian baby house in a region north of Moscow.

Across the vast territory of the Russian Federation, we would like to extend our appreciation for the time given by dozens of people whom we interviewed extensively by telephone, gathering background information on institutions in rural and remote regions. There are far too many to mention here, but we especially wish to thank Vera Strebizh of Shans, a children's rights group, and Anna Pastukhova of Memorial Society, both of Ekaterinburg.

For the photographs in this report, we are deeply grateful to freelance photographer Kate Brooks, Sergei Koloskov, Natasha Fairweather, and to the British company Independent Television News for permitting us to view the tape of their cameraman’s visit to a shocking psychoneurological internat. Valuable background information was provided by other journalists, including Zoya Trounova, and Sam Hutchinson, who described the inhuman conditions in the orphanages they had visited during the past two years.

Finally, our heartfelt thanks go to the many Russian orphans who talked freely with us. To protect their privacy, the names of all children in this report have been changed as indicated in the footnotes. Our sincerest hopes go to those who spoke with us as well as to those who are too young, or too neglected, to have yet learned to speak. We call on the international community to hasten the day when they can unlock their minds and develop their full human potential.

Aminazine: Big tranquilizer (neuroleptic) commonly administered in Russian orphanages.

CAT: The United Nations Convention against Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment.

CIDE: Comité International pour la Dignité de l'Enfant (International Committee for the Dignity of the Child). Swiss-based organization that published a report on several orphanages and juvenile detention centers in St.Petersburg, 1995.

The Commission: Shorthand reference to the state-run Psychological-Medical-Pedagogical Commission, an interdisciplinary board that evaluates the developmental progress of all orphans in institutions around the age of four. The commission’s controversial diagnosis effectively channels abandoned children and children with disabilities into state institutions for the "educable" or asylums for the "ineducable."

CRC: U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child.

CSI: Christian Solidarity International, a British charity that produced a report in 1991 based on an expert investigation into orphanages and internaty in Russia.

Debil: One who is mildly mentally retarded. According to Russian medical references, debily tend to imitate, and can master primary school skills. But they do not develop more subtle intellectual feelings such as duty, and their behavior is often determined by chance and unregulated feelings.

Dom rebyonka: Baby house. Orphanage for infants 0-4 years old, run by the Russian Ministry of Health.

DRMRP: United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Mentally Retarded Persons.

DSA: Down Syndrome Association (of Russia), an independent nongovernmental organization.

Dyetskii dom: (plural: dyetskiye doma) Children's home, literally. Often used interchangeably with internat to refer to state orphanages in general. The nickname "dyet' dom," and the adjective "dyet-domovskii" are often used pejoratively.

ICCPR: International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

ICESCR: International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights.

Idiot: One who has the most profound degree of mental retardation. Russian medical references describe idioty as "helpless and requir[ing] care and supervision. Speech is absent." They are considered "ineducable." Diagnosis is "idiotia."

Imbetsil: One who has a severe degree of mental retardation (between debil and idiot). Russian medical references say the hallmark of imbetsily is their "inabilityto engage in abstract thought and to be taught in school. Their feelings are extremely primitive." Thus, they are ineducable. Diagnosis is "imbetsil’nost."

Internat: (plural: internaty) Boarding institution. Often used interchangeably with dyetskii dom, to refer to orphanages for children five to eighteen years. In this report, unless indicated otherwise, "internat" refers to the institutions for "ineducable" children run by the Russian Ministry of Labor and Social Development.

ISM: International Standards for Medical Treatment, Including Care of the Disabled and Terminally Ill (from the U.N. and the World Medical Association).

Lying-down room: Room(s) in baby houses and psycho-neurological internaty for bedridden children.

NGO: Nongovernmental organization.

Nurse: Training is generally equivalent to nurse's aide in Western medical systems.

Oligophrenia: Mental retardation (from the Greek, "small brain"). Russian medical references indicate that true oligophrenia is hereditary, congenital, or acquired early in life. There are three categories, from mild to severe: debil, imbetsil, and idiot. Applied with a broad interpretation to abandoned infants and young children.

Orphan: Also, "social orphan." Used broadly to include abandoned children with one or both living parents, which is the case for roughly 95 percent of children in state institutions. Some parents have relinquished or been denied parental rights, but a substantial number of children who have run away or been abandoned, have parents who still have legal rights.

Pedagogue: Professional educator, included as personnel category in all state institutions. Some specialize in speech and reading, but the level of skill varies widely.

PME: Principles of Medical Ethics Relevant to the Role of Health Personnel, particularly Physicians, in the Protection of Prisoners and Detainees against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment. (United Nations document.)

Psikhushka: Ironic diminutive for "psychiatric hospital," to which misbehaving orphans can be sent for discipline or treatment.

PTU: Pedagogical Technical Directorate (Ministry of Education system). This is a system of vocational training institutions with dormitory accommodation, for school-aged children who have completed at least six years of standard schooling, and left their children's home.

Psychoneurological Internat: Boarding institution for children five to eighteen years of age, deemed mentally retarded, or oligophrenic at the level of imbetsil and idiot, and thus, ineducable. Run by Ministry of Labor and Social Development.

RFC: Russian Family Code.

Rights of the Child: Independent local nongovernmental organization based in Moscow which advocates human rights protection for children.

Rod dom: Maternity ward in a general hospital in larger towns and cities. Many Russian orphans are abandoned in the rod dom shortly after birth.

Sanitarka: (plural: sanitarki) Cleaning person or orderly. Although they are trained mainly as orderlies, they are often the only institutional staff who are responsible for the day-to-day care of children in baby houses and internaty.

Spets-internat: Special boarding institution. The generic term for institutions housing children with a various categories of physical and mental disabilities. Can refer to spets-internaty for "debil," or lightly retarded children (Ministry of Education), and the psychoneurological spets-internaty for children labeled "imbetsil" and "idiot" (Ministry of Labor and Social Development).

U.N. Rules: U.N. Rules for the Protection of Juveniles Deprived of their Liberty

Vospitatel’: (plural: vospitateli) General caretaker of children. Personnel category includes non-academic teachers in children's homes and vocational training dormitories. Education level of a vospitatel' is usually equivalent to a primary school teacher.

Ukol beznorme: Injection. Colloquial term used by children in internaty to refer to medication, such as tranquilizers, administered without orders from a physician.

WHO: World Health Organization. U.N. agency based in Geneva.

I. SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS

“It took me a while to realize when I went to the baby houses that they only show you all the healthy ones. Then there are the rooms where the others are just lying there. They're all dying, lying on their backs, staring at the ceiling, generally fed on their backs. I've seen them putting the bottle of boiling hot food into children's mouths. It must be burning, but they're too hungry and just swallow it.â€Â
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Re: biggest quote here

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Biggest quote? Or biggest quote pyramid? If you're looking to create the biggest pyramid on these forums, you're a day late and a dollar short. There is a maximum size then it starts trimming the oldest quotes off. :P Nice try though!



Woooo go quote pyramid!

yes cass but what if we made 2 pyramids and did a double quote? like
pyramid 1

Two different pyramids?
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pyramid 2

dont u just love me? lol

But quoted as one entity? Impossible. :P


Its Possible :O

a


s


d


1


2


3


woooooot

woot its already big

Lets just hope cass's quote pyramid remove spell has loong cooldown
Hey, not like this is the WoW forums, our posts arent on CDs

kick ass isnt it?
Hey Kolo, wanna go to burning steppes and help my gnome mage level? It kinda sucks trying to kill fire mobs when your fire specced.

LOL you should see me running away from water elementals when i was frost spec it looked fugling(dont wanna use normal lol u get it) funny if u were one of the ppl grinding primal water in that area

Roflcopter?
I'd laugh to, but I nkow the feeling....


Behold! It rises toward the heavens!
Lets hope its not like Babel.

CaptainSnake wrote:
Neth wrote:I made my own pyramid!
Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
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Hey, that one was cool.
Behold! The three quotation-pyramids of Egypt!

Neth wrote:OMG
Neth wrote:OMG
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...Although they are actually diffirent sizes... Meh.



This pyramid is now awesomeness

BEHOLD I HAVE COMBINED THEM BOTH TOGETHER took me about 3mins to figure out how to do it




So i thought i'd just copy and paste a book tbh

This is a joint report by two divisions of Human Rights Watch: the Children's Rights and the Europe and Central Asia Divisions. It was researched and written by Kathleen Hunt, a consultant to Human Rights Watch, who as a journalist investigated the orphanages in post-Ceausescu Romania for the New York Times Sunday Magazine and covered the break-up of the Soviet Union from 19911994 for National Public Radio.

The bulk of the investigation was conducted by Ms. Hunt in Russia, from February 10 to March 9, 1998. Considerable preparatory research was undertaken during January, and follow-up since her return from Russia. The Human Rights Watch Moscow office provided invaluable research and administrative backup throughout this period, and we are particularly grateful to Lyuda Alpern for her full-time assistance.

The report was edited by Lois Whitman from the Children's Rights Division and Rachel Denber of the Europe and Central Asia Division. Michael McClintock, deputy program director and Dinah PoKempner, deputy general counsel, provided additional comments on the manuscript, and Shalu Rozario of the Children's Rights Division and Alex Frangos of the Europe and Central Asia Division provided production assistance.

It is a pity that a vise of secrecy and fear, reminiscent of Soviet times, has tightened around the isolated world of Russia's state orphanages. Many dedicated orphanage staff and foreign volunteers begged us not to reveal their names, or the institutions in which they worked. Russian workers, they said, would be fired for talking to an outsider. Foreign charity workers would be expelled from the institutions and the doors slammed on humanitarian assistance. This would further isolate the system which they felt a desperate need to improve. We have respected these requests.

This report, nevertheless, would not have been possible without the assistance of many who did take the risk to share what they knew about state-run institutions for abandoned children. Of those in Moscow who wish to be named, we especially thank Sergei Koloskov, father of a Down syndrome child and president of the Down Syndrome Association for families with Down syndrome children, Sarah Philips, a former volunteer with the charity organization Action for Russia’s Children, and Boris Altshuler, Lyubov Kushnir and Lyudmilla Alexeeva of Rights of the Child, Russia's leading nongovernmental organization dedicated to defending children's rights.

Also in Moscow, we wish to express our gratitude to Dr. Anatoly Severny, of the Independent Association of Child Psychiatrists and Psychologists, Marina Rodman, and Sergei A. Levin. Olga Alexeeva of Charities Aid Foundation shared her expertise and the bounty of her research archives, and Karina A. Moskalenko provided invaluable help with our legal research. Further information and insightswere provided by Equilibre, Médécins sans Frontières, and Alexander Ogorodnikov, who runs an independent shelter for runaway children.

Several translators labored over the raft of legal documentation assembled, and assisted with lengthy interviews with orphans. We especially thank Lena Sheveleva, Irina Savelyeva, Tanya Morschakova, Maria Armand, and Alexander Bogdanov.

On our two missions outside of Moscow, Human Rights Watch was generously assisted in St. Petersburg by Médécins du Monde/Doctors of the World; Alexander Rodin, a former deputy in the city council and now independent advocate for children in orphanages, juvenile detention, and the streets; and Alexander Bogdanov, who assisted in the research gathered from a group of teenaged orphans. Our research outside of Moscow would not have been possible without the help of Eduard A. Alexeyev. Further thanks go to Doctor Mikhail M. Airumyan, president of the independent Russian Association of Baby Houses, and Dr. Olga Y. Vassilieva, deputy director of one Russian baby house in a region north of Moscow.

Across the vast territory of the Russian Federation, we would like to extend our appreciation for the time given by dozens of people whom we interviewed extensively by telephone, gathering background information on institutions in rural and remote regions. There are far too many to mention here, but we especially wish to thank Vera Strebizh of Shans, a children's rights group, and Anna Pastukhova of Memorial Society, both of Ekaterinburg.

For the photographs in this report, we are deeply grateful to freelance photographer Kate Brooks, Sergei Koloskov, Natasha Fairweather, and to the British company Independent Television News for permitting us to view the tape of their cameraman’s visit to a shocking psychoneurological internat. Valuable background information was provided by other journalists, including Zoya Trounova, and Sam Hutchinson, who described the inhuman conditions in the orphanages they had visited during the past two years.

Finally, our heartfelt thanks go to the many Russian orphans who talked freely with us. To protect their privacy, the names of all children in this report have been changed as indicated in the footnotes. Our sincerest hopes go to those who spoke with us as well as to those who are too young, or too neglected, to have yet learned to speak. We call on the international community to hasten the day when they can unlock their minds and develop their full human potential.

Aminazine: Big tranquilizer (neuroleptic) commonly administered in Russian orphanages.

CAT: The United Nations Convention against Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment.

CIDE: Comité International pour la Dignité de l'Enfant (International Committee for the Dignity of the Child). Swiss-based organization that published a report on several orphanages and juvenile detention centers in St.Petersburg, 1995.

The Commission: Shorthand reference to the state-run Psychological-Medical-Pedagogical Commission, an interdisciplinary board that evaluates the developmental progress of all orphans in institutions around the age of four. The commission’s controversial diagnosis effectively channels abandoned children and children with disabilities into state institutions for the "educable" or asylums for the "ineducable."

CRC: U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child.

CSI: Christian Solidarity International, a British charity that produced a report in 1991 based on an expert investigation into orphanages and internaty in Russia.

Debil: One who is mildly mentally retarded. According to Russian medical references, debily tend to imitate, and can master primary school skills. But they do not develop more subtle intellectual feelings such as duty, and their behavior is often determined by chance and unregulated feelings.

Dom rebyonka: Baby house. Orphanage for infants 0-4 years old, run by the Russian Ministry of Health.

DRMRP: United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Mentally Retarded Persons.

DSA: Down Syndrome Association (of Russia), an independent nongovernmental organization.

Dyetskii dom: (plural: dyetskiye doma) Children's home, literally. Often used interchangeably with internat to refer to state orphanages in general. The nickname "dyet' dom," and the adjective "dyet-domovskii" are often used pejoratively.

ICCPR: International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

ICESCR: International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights.

Idiot: One who has the most profound degree of mental retardation. Russian medical references describe idioty as "helpless and requir[ing] care and supervision. Speech is absent." They are considered "ineducable." Diagnosis is "idiotia."

Imbetsil: One who has a severe degree of mental retardation (between debil and idiot). Russian medical references say the hallmark of imbetsily is their "inabilityto engage in abstract thought and to be taught in school. Their feelings are extremely primitive." Thus, they are ineducable. Diagnosis is "imbetsil’nost."

Internat: (plural: internaty) Boarding institution. Often used interchangeably with dyetskii dom, to refer to orphanages for children five to eighteen years. In this report, unless indicated otherwise, "internat" refers to the institutions for "ineducable" children run by the Russian Ministry of Labor and Social Development.

ISM: International Standards for Medical Treatment, Including Care of the Disabled and Terminally Ill (from the U.N. and the World Medical Association).

Lying-down room: Room(s) in baby houses and psycho-neurological internaty for bedridden children.

NGO: Nongovernmental organization.

Nurse: Training is generally equivalent to nurse's aide in Western medical systems.

Oligophrenia: Mental retardation (from the Greek, "small brain"). Russian medical references indicate that true oligophrenia is hereditary, congenital, or acquired early in life. There are three categories, from mild to severe: debil, imbetsil, and idiot. Applied with a broad interpretation to abandoned infants and young children.

Orphan: Also, "social orphan." Used broadly to include abandoned children with one or both living parents, which is the case for roughly 95 percent of children in state institutions. Some parents have relinquished or been denied parental rights, but a substantial number of children who have run away or been abandoned, have parents who still have legal rights.

Pedagogue: Professional educator, included as personnel category in all state institutions. Some specialize in speech and reading, but the level of skill varies widely.

PME: Principles of Medical Ethics Relevant to the Role of Health Personnel, particularly Physicians, in the Protection of Prisoners and Detainees against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment. (United Nations document.)

Psikhushka: Ironic diminutive for "psychiatric hospital," to which misbehaving orphans can be sent for discipline or treatment.

PTU: Pedagogical Technical Directorate (Ministry of Education system). This is a system of vocational training institutions with dormitory accommodation, for school-aged children who have completed at least six years of standard schooling, and left their children's home.

Psychoneurological Internat: Boarding institution for children five to eighteen years of age, deemed mentally retarded, or oligophrenic at the level of imbetsil and idiot, and thus, ineducable. Run by Ministry of Labor and Social Development.

RFC: Russian Family Code.

Rights of the Child: Independent local nongovernmental organization based in Moscow which advocates human rights protection for children.

Rod dom: Maternity ward in a general hospital in larger towns and cities. Many Russian orphans are abandoned in the rod dom shortly after birth.

Sanitarka: (plural: sanitarki) Cleaning person or orderly. Although they are trained mainly as orderlies, they are often the only institutional staff who are responsible for the day-to-day care of children in baby houses and internaty.

Spets-internat: Special boarding institution. The generic term for institutions housing children with a various categories of physical and mental disabilities. Can refer to spets-internaty for "debil," or lightly retarded children (Ministry of Education), and the psychoneurological spets-internaty for children labeled "imbetsil" and "idiot" (Ministry of Labor and Social Development).

U.N. Rules: U.N. Rules for the Protection of Juveniles Deprived of their Liberty

Vospitatel’: (plural: vospitateli) General caretaker of children. Personnel category includes non-academic teachers in children's homes and vocational training dormitories. Education level of a vospitatel' is usually equivalent to a primary school teacher.

Ukol beznorme: Injection. Colloquial term used by children in internaty to refer to medication, such as tranquilizers, administered without orders from a physician.

WHO: World Health Organization. U.N. agency based in Geneva.

I. SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS

“It took me a while to realize when I went to the baby houses that they only show you all the healthy ones. Then there are the rooms where the others are just lying there. They're all dying, lying on their backs, staring at the ceiling, generally fed on their backs. I've seen them putting the bottle of boiling hot food into children's mouths. It must be burning, but they're too hungry and just swallow it.â€Â
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Postby Neth » Sun Jul 15, 2007 1:51 pm

O.o What did i just do? Did.. Did i qoute myself in some odd way? even my sign is there?
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Postby Jurn » Sun Jul 15, 2007 2:08 pm

gtfo with the pyramid, that idea died with the 80-89 comics
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