Debates and Opinions


  • Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?

    I see a little silhouetto of a man, Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the Fandango?

  • Can Bohemian Rhapsody be considered the "Greatest song of all time?"

    "Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the Fandango?" Scaramouche was an old Italian folklore character usually described as a clown and the fandango is a silly dance. was only nominated for TWO and LOST BOTH of them strongly implies that its not even close to being the greatest song of all time. And I would like to think my line to line dissection wasn't pointless, it was a somewhat accurate description of the meaning behind a very powerful song, sung by one of the greatest vocalists of all time ( which really isn't arguable that Freddie Mercury was one of the greatest vocalists to ever exist) and also the fact that my interpretation is really too deep into is really for my own philosophical benefit, I really think this song also could portray lyrically Freddie's struggle with being a homosexual in society, which included his death due to AIDS, makes this song very much emotionally stronger.


  • Record attempt at most posts.

    Instead we have this.Feeding the trolls makes them big and strong.: At 9/5/2010 12:13:02 AM, tvellalott wrote: : Feeding the trolls makes them big and strong. (<--- if you are stronger than a person, it has nothing to do with the genders involved, one person is capable of being stronger than another reguardless) Being female is not grounds for people insulting your math skill. In order to throw the ball higher you have to throw it with a stronger force therefore a stronger velocity.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q:
    The work, "Scaramouche" is of which category?
  • A:
    "Scaramouche" is of the subject matter category: History
  • Q:
    How many pages is the book "Scaramouche"?
  • A:
    The work consists of 415 pages.
  • Q:
    What year was the work "Scaramouche" first made available to the public?
  • A:
    The book debuted in 1921.

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