Re: [gaykingdom] Re: To those who question "Is the Gay Kingdom fake?"
Lol, I thought this was a decent post... Now I feel frustrated. Of
course I'm sure it was ignored since Jaix post. I think that mostly
because it was posted just befor jaix's post.
I guess I'll take silence as acceptance.
Ryan R. Richardson
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Ryan R" <ryan84r@h...> wrote:
> Dear Citizens who need proof,
> Dear Citizens who don't need proof,
> I thought about it really hard. Like I was trying to imply before;
> once you cast doubt on something before it could possibly be
> then you can only hurt everyone in other ways. One way was people
> because of their doubt in the kingdom. I also began to doubt it.
> I admit I'm new here. I had lots of hope. But then people made a
> big deal out of some issue so all my hopes were dashed pretty
> On to the point. I really thought about it. First off I am ever
> the optimist so I decided that even if it didn't exist, you had a
> bunch of people who were interesting and worth talking to. But
> the inner cynic laid its hand down. I realized there was no proof
> the world that could really prove to me that this kingdom existed.
> Especially when it was so new. NOTHING. I could see a batch of
> photos and would that mean there was a kingdom? Or would it mean
> there's a photo of an island with a plaque on it If a newspaper
> talked about? Well they obviously got there information from the
> website. They didn't send anyone to the island to see it. They
> didn't call the Australian government or the U.N. (some might have
> course) to see about the paperwork that was sent in. So no proof.
> But. And this is one big but. A derrière of mighty proportions,
> even. But I realized that no matter what anyone said a country is
> still a group of individuals striving towards a common goal. A
> is a group of individuals striving towards a common goal. A club
> a group of individuals striving towards a common goal. I was
> reminded of this by my second example, of the play, a play where I
> knew no one but was accepted into instantly and loved and cared
> Each one of those individual people strove because they wanted to
> build something great. If they had stopped at the beginning and
> wondered if it could really be done. It wouldn't have gotten
> Many things wouldn't get done. That play has run and it's
> into a beautiful memory. Just this last night it was over. I
> suppose what-ifs with it because everything that needed to happen
> it to be great did. People made those things happen. Look at your
> resident country. It happened. People didn't stop or quit to get
> their goals.
> My great point is that if you get a group of people who want
> something. Who want it desperately enough to do great deeds then
> nothing else matters. No problem is too great. No amount of
> will stop them. Hurdles will be in the now but forgotten in the
> foreseeable future.
> So even if this was a fake country. Which if you read carefully,
> are sure to notice that I believe it is not (fake that is.) Even
> it was then all it would need is a small group of people who
> it could be, to make it happen. We have the people. We most
> certainly have the imagination. What else is there?
> My best regards,
> Ryan R. Richardson