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explaining the term Vandalogist for the weak in history

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Submitted by HARRAK (Canada), Feb 28, 2006 at 12:02

The word vandalism is not hard to explain to you...that verb originates from the word Vandal. The Vandal peoples inhabited in European south and were known as Cannibals. When they enter a city they burn it entirely..so Vandalogue or Vandalogist is the one that enters the forum to destroy dialogue and preach war. That term is my intelectual property, but I allow every body to use it no problem. It is not nor will it be patented..
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