I'm back


#1

Simply put, after a year-long hiatus and a change from the former Madopow2110 to my new username I’ve returned to YD. I’ll be making some topical posts (hopefully some in-depth analysis of issues) and keeping up with the banter.

For those that haven’t met me, may we have a wild ride.


#2

Welcome back, I distinctly remember you knowing way too much about weapons. :joy:

What ideology do you identify with? Who did you support in the 2016 US election?


#3

I don’t know why but I always associate you with that gay guy from St Louis


#4

Ayyyyyyyy Madison

Welcome back my man

How’s Oz land


#5

Welcome back, hope to see some of that military knowledge around lol


#6

Ideology:
Hard to say as I try to avoid dogma; but I’ll wager saying my moral framework resembles something along the lines of humanism mixed with the rights of the individual.

US Election:
Kasich, then Clinton. That being said I didn’t put too much stock in the presidency due to the composition of the legislature.


#7

Rainy at the moment, could be worse :stuck_out_tongue:


#8

I’d like to think I’ve got more to offer, but I’ll still be around for a good talk on matters of conflict.


#9

I tried to upload a video of me demonstrating maximum degeneracy but this will have to do:


#10

> photo of Admiral Yamamoto
> likes clinton

What? Are you not a militarist/ nationalist?

> humanist

oh god

EDIT: Oh God and you’re white. Are you a weeaboo and why did you decide to be a weeb? (if you aren’t there’s got to be some amazing circumstances)


#11

People can like military figures while not sharing their ideology.


#12

As far as I understand it, Mado here respects the Admiral as an Admiral.


#13

Welcome back mate. It’s great to see a member from the Liberal Party from the old roleplay here :grin:


#14

I don’t​ societies should be any more militarised than they need to and historically large defense budgets are signs of decay. I am something of an imperialist though.

I chose Yamamoto because I respect him and that was pretty much his stance on Japan during the lead up to
WW2 - that they were too hopelessly proud and steeped in arcane tradition to see how terribly unprepared they were to fight the US.


#15

How would you accomplish this without a high military budget?


#16

Now we just need @Conservativej back.


#17

I haven’t been around for a single one of his posts, funny enough.