User:Alevins

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Alevins5 is a Chocolate Thunder member who:

-Doesn't take you seriously
-Thinks people who verbally abuse PKers are funny, and moreover wasting their breath.
-Likes to keep things fresh
-has an UD character named Alevins5

Long live the Chocolate Thunder!

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Read below, for the journal of Alevins5.

June 7, 2010

Today, I had my first encounter with a member of The Wraiths. It was quite exciting! I haven't been so thrilled in a very, very long time. Like with all things, PKing grows old in time without spice and variety. Sooner or later you've become desensitized, and it's just not as stirring as it used to be! However, my flame has been rekindled, and my career reinvigorated. Needless to say, I disposed of his body and made a broadcast about them. We can't have trash like that roaming the streets of Yagoton unchecked! --alevins 19:19, 7 June 2010 (BST)

May 29, 2010

Today, I will start gathering ammunition. --alevins 17:49, 29 May 2010 (BST)

May 22, 2010

These near daily broadcasts being made about the Chocolate Thunder are very encouraging! And with the return of The Wookie, Yagoton is sure to become even more interesting than it already is. The Chocolate Storm cloud has settled in over Yagoton to stay, it would seem. --alevins 21:29, 22 May 2010 (BST)

May 12, 2010

Today I read a rather vulgar broadcast made by an impersonator of myself, claiming that the Chocolate Thunder is composed of a large number of necrophiliacs. I responded by saying that his repeated returns to topics such as necrophilia and sodomy were probably just a product of his subconscious desire to perform these actions. I then said he should start a group where he can practice such atrocities among others of his kind. Regardless of the subject matter, I must say that I am not angry or even irritated with this impersonator. He's keeping the Chocolate Thunder's name fresh via the airwaves, and no matter how much he tries to incriminate the CT, other people will just see it as a stab at a group that really doesn't care. The futility of his situation will make others disregard him, and besides: publicity is publicity. And it's not like I didn't know going into this group that we would persecuted like this. In fact, it's kind of flattering having so many people hate you, and impersonate you. It means that the CT is doing something right! --alevins 23:58, 12 May 2010 (BST)


February 17, 2010

Today, after murdering ErskinBrown, runi, and Jake Jacus consecutively without regret or compassion, I began to read the novel Crime and Punishment by Dostoevsky. Overall, I believe the to book have class and a well contemplated plot, even though I'm sure the aforementioned class would be exponentially more apparent had I the book in the original Russian, and had I the ability to read Russian. Though the story is quite classic and evidently popular, I couldn't help but feel a gap of relationship with the protagonist, Raskolnikov. Admittedly, he is Russian and he is quite a plain character; however, I had thought that we would have been able to relate on some level regardless of the fact that he is a fictional character from the 19th century. After all, we are one in the same on many planes; for example: he and I are both murderers. Furthermore, we both murdered (in my case murder) for the sake of society! Raskolnikov's motives may have been unsavory, yet nonetheless he rid his society of a useless meat-sack that did nothing but make others miserable. It was because of this that I felt initially that we were two peas in a pod of delightful contemplated murder. Naturally he did doubt his actions originally, but then again haven't we all? Who decides with such certainty that they will become a killer that they have no reservations about it whatsoever? Only the maniac, of course! This is another aspect by which Raskolnikov and I could relate. Only through careful contemplation and thought could we decide that murder was the best way to cleanse society. And of course we are both right in killing in the manner that we do (and did). However, I felt that Raskolnikov began to doubt himself. In fact, I am quite sure of it. His ensuing sickness after the murders seem to be a result of the uncalculated power of his moral conscious, of which he had obviously disregarded in the time leading up to his killings. It seems as if his essay On Crime gave him a false sense of power and manipulation that unfortunately led to his downfall. Obviously he is no Napoleon, or Chocolate Thunder member, for that matter. He is intelligent, but he thinks too much. He over analyzes non-existent consequences, and ensnares himself into a train of thought that a result of which is the materialization of those non-existent consequences. For this reason, he and I are much different, and this is why I cannot relate to him. He allowed himself to fall prey to what society has conditioned him into believing is "moral" and "just." A true Napoleon or Chocolate Thunder member would never succumb to those weaknesses. This is something that I am sure ErskinBrown, runi, and Jake Jacus can all attest to.

--Alevins 04:56, 18 February 2010 (UTC)

Feburary 19, 2010

Today I killed two more in Hinks Crescent Police Department. As I was strolling through Yagoton, I stumbled upon their pathetic figures covered in blood quivering in the corner of the police department. Being the kind and compassionate man I am, I put those hideous creatures out of their miserable existence. Malton is looking cleaner and cleaner every day! Though some days I am daunted by the monumental task before me, I know that I will not waver as I cleanse Malton, not with the power of the Chocolate Thunder and my fellow executioners to aid me.

--alevins 22:44, 19 February 2010 (UTC)
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