12 DAYS OF NO – NO

On the first day of No No we only insulted 1 Stupid Pope … and he’s still hasn’t died

On the second day of No No we only insulted 2 FAT BUDDHA’S … and laughed so hard we cried

On the third day of No No we only insulted 3 DRUNK MONKS … and the tax on your cheap wine

On the forth day of No No we only insulted 4 PRESSTITUTES  … and laughed so hard we cried

On the fifth day of No No we only insulted  5 KINGS ON A STOOL … on Mid Atlantic Time

On the sixth day of No No we only insulted 6  SWAMPY CREATURES … and their shape shifting swine

On the seventh day of No No we only insulted 7 UNLUCKY BANKERS … playing games with our trust

On the eighth day of No No we only insulted 8 SOCIAL MEDIA SITES … using public utility lines

On the ninth day of No No we only insulted 9 OF YOUR IDEAS … waiting to be crushed


(9 OF YOUR IDEAS – 8 SOCIAL MEDIA SITES – 7 UNLUCKY BANKERS – 6 SWAMPY CREATURES – 5 KINGS ON A STOOL – 4 PRESSTITUTES – 3 DRUNK MONKS – 2 FAT BUDDHAS & ONLY ONE STUPID POPE )


and finally, on the 12th day of No No – We Insulted You – For trusting the wrong Group at the wrong time on the wrong timeline in the wrong reality …


If you interpret OUR ABSTRACT ART the wrong way … We’ll lock you up and teach you a lesson !  It’s none of your business why the Royal Family is so anal retentive they keep their royal shit for 500 years at a time … Everything Royal MUST be saved and respected because they said so !


 

Congress of Vienna

In a technical sense, the “Congress of Vienna” was not properly a congress: it never met in plenary session, and most of the discussions occurred in informal, face-to-face sessions among the Great Powers of Austria, Britain, France, Russia, and sometimes Prussia, with limited or no participation by other delegates. On the other hand, the congress was the first occasion in history where, on a continental scale, national representatives came together to formulate treaties instead of relying mostly on messages among the several capitals. The Congress of Vienna settlement, despite later changes, formed the framework for European international politics until the outbreak of the First World War in 1914. –  -excerpt-link-