·         What role do I play in the ebb and flow of order and chaos in the midst of revolution?

 


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Jerry Cruncher (Joshua Smith)
03/11/2013 5:45pm

The way word spreads is a mysterious thing, as it has reached my ears that you know a thing or two about who's doing what in current events, permanently stitched upon your brain. What is curious to me, is what you do with what you know. Would you care to explain this phenomenon?

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Erin Cha
03/14/2013 9:22am

I did not see anything, I just knit in the names, to take the toll that must be paid. The time is nearing, the revolution will rise, and the downfall will occur #Madam Defarge

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Julia Wright
03/17/2013 11:26am

The time will come for those who deserve to die. Everyone on my list will be sent to the gallows. Mark my words.
I listen. I see all. I have something up my sleeve. Right around the corner. Always knitting. Always knitting.
#Madame Defarge

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Kevin Hong
03/14/2013 9:35am

Madame Defarge, my good friend - I enjoy the revenge as I carefully plot my opponents' downfall, sowing the seeds of chaos and disquietude - causing a miniature revolution in the heart of the French aristocracy
#CountOfMonteCristo

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Abes Neughebauer and Casi Craig
03/14/2013 10:08am

I am humble, yet a vital piece to our revolting society. Without me ladies, you will truly face your doom, for I am the sole embodiment of our success. I have led you to the demise of Foulon, and will carry you and the destruction of our ostentatious rulers. Our victory will be so laudable that we will cherish our lives.
#Madame Defarge
@The ladies who will fight for what they lost

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Jarvis Lorry (sam Woo)
03/14/2013 6:15pm

It seems like you plan and wait to strike. I have seen you write all the arrogant people who deserve to die while knititng. People seem to think you are just knitting but I suspect that you have sly plan to finish the rule of the arrgoant rich people.

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Cameron Brunick
03/17/2013 6:20am

Yes Mr. Jarvis Lorry I do have a plan cooking up my sleeve that will finish the rule of all of the rich people who are very arrgoant. # Madame Defarge

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Nick Gallo
03/17/2013 5:46pm

We all must cherish our lives and well being, unlike marquis. For when our lives are taken and the name has been knitted, neither one can be taken off or brung back.

#Madame Defarge

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Emily Parrott
03/27/2013 5:51am

The strands of the revolution cannot be unwoven without being severed. When the stitch is placed, the world shifts irreversibly.
#Madame Defarge

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Madame Defarge (Cameron Bailey)
03/18/2013 4:14pm

If only the world saw as I did. However there would be much fewer living. I suppose it is a simple matter: agree with me or watch me knit your name into death.

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Jerry Cruncher (Zachary Collins)
03/27/2013 5:27pm

I agree with you completely on this matter. I believe that there are others that do not such as Miss Pross, Sydney Carton, and Charles Darnay. I am simply pointing out that they seem suspicious, not that their death would help me in any way.

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Milcah Barretto
03/19/2013 5:05am

I am ruthless. I want death for those who have done wrong. Death seems like the only answer to all these problems. *knits names*#madamedefarge

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Madame Defarge (Aidan Connor)
03/27/2013 3:07pm

I must keep knitting. There are so many names that need to perish from this Earth, so many people that have done wrong to the people, and we must kill them all. And one day, I cherish the thought, I will behead the governor and lead the people to victory.

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Aaron Betancourt
03/19/2013 1:19pm

#MadameDefarge
@Madame Defarge
I do not play any type of role in this revolution. I just sit and knit, and see nothing. You would be foolish to think that I play any role in this revolution.

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Madame Defarge (Emma)
03/19/2013 2:35pm

I am the one who creates the order yet I am also the one who imposes the chaos. I rile the people up to fight, sot that the government be overthrown to create order, but the riling up takes chaos.

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Brian McNamara
03/27/2013 6:22pm

The words that I knit tell the future. They tell the fate of people. I am more powerful then some people think. If I write their name down it can not be good for them. #Madame Defarge

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Gunnar Calvert
03/20/2013 11:29am

It is purely appalling how you have such a vendetta for others. I myself would never partake in such shady activities as you. I wonder how you could live with yourself.
#CountofMonteCristo
#Deception

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Madame Defarge (Savannah Crawford)
03/20/2013 1:28pm

This revolution is a necessary item that was due long ago and it is my duty to help it along. Soon the knitting will be done and this revolution will come to a close. In the chaos of all the violence order is on the horizon.

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Ernest Defarge (Owen Campbell)
03/28/2013 5:39pm

The tumultuous town has taken its toll. The revolution has begun to unfold, and the fabric of history will forever be changed. The knitting will weave through the fabric of what will come, and only when it is over will we know if we have created a masterpiece or a disaster.

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Jelani Bell
03/21/2013 2:38pm

I have decided that enough is enough. I think those who have done wrong to he poor deserve to feel their own punishment. Although if asked, i have seen nothing and am not involved.
#MadamDefarge
@MadamDefarge

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Nick Gallo
03/22/2013 2:25pm

Oh, Mr. Defarge and Mrs. Defarge, why must you turn on me so, why must you dig through my cell to find something from long ago, just to put me in the spot of accusing the one whom loves my beloved daughter and she loves as well. Why must you recoup my memories of 105 North Tower? What a dreadful place that certainly was, and now the fate of Darnay, the man for my daughter, is in my hands. Why must you do this to an old man like I? Why?

#Dr. Manette

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Grant Spade
04/08/2013 5:02pm

This is not about you, old man, it is about Darnay. His family ruined mine long ago, and I am the last of it. He thinks that because he is aristocracy that he can do as he pleases, but murder? Those who have gone unpunished must be put to justice!
#Madam Defarge
@Dr. Manette

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Kenneth Ross
03/23/2013 7:55am

Madame Defarge, I hear you have done much for the revolution, including leading women to storm the Bastille, and to call for the deaths of many. In this way, you have made great strides of progress, causing much chaos, but then order once it is done. You have also united the people of Paris, creating organization out of the mad scramble that is the Revolution. I am here to ask a favor from you. I have heard that a man named John Barsad is in Paris, and he is a spy. He has committed treasonous acts against England, and I need him to die. Could you tell me if he is there?

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Kenneth Ross
03/23/2013 7:56am

(above comment)
#Sydney Carton

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Kenneth Ross
03/23/2013 8:21am

Madame Defarge, although I know you are extremely involved in the revolution and are organizing the masses, could you exclude Ladybird, or Lucie? I just cannot stand the thought of her being harmed.
#Miss Pross

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David Weisenbeck
03/23/2013 12:25pm

Please, Madame Defarge, spare my husband. It will not destroy the revolution to let him go. He means no harm. @Lucie

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Allen Shen
03/23/2013 1:14pm

The revolution has begun. Those filthy aristocrats shall pay for their insolence. Both the king and queen of France have been sent to the guillotine and those nobles are lining up for their death. We must take no pity upon the Darnay family, but instead kill them all. Darnay is the nephew of Marquis Evermonde, so he is considered an enemy. The faster all of those nobles go, the happier I shall be.
#Madame Defarge
@Ernest Defarge

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Allen Shen
03/23/2013 1:34pm

Oh Mrs. Defarge, I have seen the true violence you possess. Your thirst for vengeance against those aristocrats excites me. You have exemplified chaos and order throughout the revolution by leading the storming of the Bastille with me. By killing Foulon that evil noble, you have in stored order throughout France. But I have seen too much of your violence and chaos you impose upon the revolution. You must not kill the Darnay family. Dr. Manette is a friend of mine and you have gone too far. I wish for you not to go any further before you get yourself injured.
#Ernest Defarge
@Madame Defarge

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Mary F.
03/24/2013 11:33am

#Mrs. Defarge
I found that i was simpler to gain information and sit back for awhile. and then when the revolution was ready to begin, strike with full force against this horrible governmental system. Do not fear for me, I hunger for vengeance, but i am often wise in my decision making.

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Charlie Todd
03/24/2013 10:54am

As a French revolutionary, my goal has been to convert the French monarchy into a more fair government to bring order to the lives of its people. However, with that having been said, this process will bring chaos to the aristocrats, especially the Evremonde family. I have been keeping a grudge for quite some time now...

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Charlie Todd
03/24/2013 10:55am

#MadameDefarge^

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Alex Stern
03/24/2013 2:35pm

Much was accomplished today as my friend, Vengence, and I helped hang the that wretched man. I feel that the revolution will come soon, and I shall see to it that the King and Queen pay for how miserable they have made everyone else.
#MadameDefarge

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Alex Stern
03/24/2013 2:49pm

In this upcoming revolution, I shall be a leader in the shadows. While I may spend my time knitting, it is time put to good use. I carefully plan out in my mind everything I do to put this revolution in place while remaining discrete. Without me, this would never happen. The cover of just a friendly housewife is perfect for our undercover operations.
#MadameDefarge

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Ashley Burgess
03/24/2013 4:00pm

Sometimes, people must pay the price. These people need to learn the consequences of their action. I am a big part of this Revolution. I have led the women through battle and I am seen as a fierce Revolutionary. This Revolution will make a huge impact.
#MadameDefarge

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Caroline Carlson
03/24/2013 8:31pm

Please, I beg of you. Why must you be so cruel to my family. Have we not suffered enough. My years in the Bastille, Darnay's months spent separated from loved ones in your prison. Now you and your husband must bring about my past. A letter I wrote most than 16 years ago. For the death of me, I do not understand how someone can be filled with so much hate. You have been the source of mass destruction for so many lives. Why one more. Think of poor little Lucie, my own grandaughter, who may be left without a father at the expensive of your beloved guillotine.
#Dr.Manette

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Shelby Curry
03/25/2013 2:23pm

You are an unkind woman with a cold heart. You care nothing about myself or my family. Your mean spirit has had an effect on everyone's life. Charles has spent a year and three months away from his wife and daughter. Now, because of you he could be sent back and possibly killed. Why must you do such a cruel thing? All because of your selfishness!
#DrManette

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David Weisenbeck
03/25/2013 3:38pm

Dr Mannette, I must do my duty to this revolution. People who deserve to die will, Mr Evermond (or Darnay, whichever you wish to call him) will get what he deserves one way or the other. @MadameDefarge

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Frayser Wall
03/25/2013 4:10pm

Madame Defarge plays a huge role in the revolution because she sets the agenda for who must die. She is passionate about the revolution and spear heads the agenda by knitting the names of those next to die into her knitting. She influences the flow of the revolution by keeping people coming to the guillotean.

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Frayser Wall
03/25/2013 4:20pm

@MadameDefarge I will not let you kill or harm Dr. Manette in any way. I know you believe he has done wrong, however, I assure you he has not, and I will not allow you to hurt my good friend. #IamOleErnestDefarge

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Luke Bede
03/25/2013 4:26pm

Madame Defarge, you seem very suspicious. It seems as if you seek vengence in hurting someone. I believe it has to do with something with Dr. Manette. Do not hurt Mr. Manette, I'm sure Ernest would not be pleased with you if you did.
#Mr.JarvisLorry

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Luke Bede
03/25/2013 4:31pm

I know you are involved in this revolution, but keep Lucie out of it. I am very close to her, and I do not wish to see her harmed. It gives me qualms in the thought of her being harmed.
#MissPross

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Luke Bede
03/25/2013 4:31pm

(above comment) @Madame Defarge

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Jarvis Lorry (Jeremy Pagnotti)
03/26/2013 12:17pm

I always knew you were a suspicious woman when I saw you in that wineshop Madame. I never knew how violent you were until you unjustly arrested my charge's husband twice. I do not think Double Jeopardy is very just. I understand what Monseigneur did to your people but does that mean you take your anger out on him? What has Charles do to you? Nothing. All he did was enter France for a personal errand. He is not nobility. Please have mercy on him.
#Jarvis Lorry

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Luke Bede
03/26/2013 1:17pm

Please leave my husband alone. I cannot seem him harmed. He means too much to me. I know you are plotting against my family, not just only knitting like you make yourself seem. The revolution has something to do with you. I wish to make amends, leave my family alone.
#LucieManette

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Drew Reibel
03/26/2013 2:18pm

I need to get some more string for my knitting before I go to Darnay's trial. Ought to get him executed this time...just need to get more string.
#Madame Defarge

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Luke Bede
03/26/2013 2:23pm

Madame, this is your husband. I may be having second thoughts on Mr. Darnay's prosecution. I know you want him executed very badly, and you are very anxious, but did you ever really think this through? I do believe he has done wrong, but is execution really the answer? I do not know what is going through your mind, but if it is what you want, I will go thorugh with it.
#ErnestDefarge

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Milcah Barretto
03/26/2013 3:39pm

Please, Madame, please help my husband. He needs to get out. He has done nothing wrong. He is the only man I ever loved, the father of my child, I need him. He is such great man. He does not deserve this. Please, help us. #LucieManette

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Gabie B.
03/26/2013 4:10pm

#Dr.Manette
Please, Madame Defarge, reconsider sentencing Charles Evremonde, called Darnay to death. Of all people he is the most undeserving of this sentencing and his execution would simply destroy my daughter, Lucie, and her child. He is not worthy of such a cruel fate when he has caused no harm.

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Mia Casciani
03/26/2013 6:11pm

Please do something to calm my nerves about my poor husband. You and your husband have the power to free him from his cell. I would be reassured of this if you do this for my daughter, little Lucie. We are all women here.
#LucieManette
@Madame Defarge

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Rohan Joshi
03/26/2013 6:56pm

@CharlesDarnay
Simply inconceivable! I, of course, refer to the verdict of your trial, Mr. Darnay. Your acquittal was simply the result of that pesky ex-convict, Manette. My respect for @DrManette has suddenly vanished. I admired him for being a Bastille hero, until today; I learned that he only uses his new influence to save criminals from the guillotine. How dare he! I will exact my revenge very shortly...
#MadameDefarge

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Rand Buenaventura
03/26/2013 8:40pm

#Dr. Manette
Oh Madame Defarge, why must violence be the solution? Through the harsh years in prison, I have learned how much pain can hurt, all the loneliness, forgetting what my old life was. Being bloodthirsty and wanting all those who have opposed to die is not necessary. You do not need to kill every aristocrat in France! Why must Charles die for the revolution is what I must ask, for he will not mean any harm. He is just a simple loving man who makes my daughter happy, is that such a bad person? I might be clueless completely on what you think he might do, but if you kill him, Lucie definitely show feelings of sadness, And if she does, I will be sad as well! Take it from me, who endured eighteen years in prison, you don't want to do anything you regret.

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Andrew Murphy
03/26/2013 8:53pm

@Dr manette, lucie manette, darnay, and darnay junior

The time is at hand for revolution. No longer shall we hide in the shadows. It is now that the will of the people shall be implemented. The name of Evremonde is no longer honorable anymore. The entire family line must be abolished. Prepare to be persecuted by me to the fullest extent.

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Alonzo Lapitan (Charles Darnay)
03/27/2013 4:06am

Madame Defarge I beg you to please let me live. I have daughter as well as a wife both of whom I love very dearly. I cannot imagine life without then, and I know it would be a hard life for them without me.

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Chase Jones
03/27/2013 4:44am

As a ghost, I can see it all. Madame Defarge, you and your revolution are nothing. The aristocracy will continue to rule! You might as well give up now, you poor peasants have no strength, not even in numbers.
#Marquis Evremonde

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Thea Torrisi
03/27/2013 8:25am

#Lucie Manette
You play a key role in fueling the fires of the revolution. All of the women follow you, and The Vengence is your very shadow. You wish revenge on the nobles, and I respect that, but I feel that your methods could be more peaceful. I cannot forget that you left me, a wife and mother, while my innocent husband was in jail, and you had the power to save him. I fear I cannot soon forget that, sister-woman...

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Helena Blaisdell-Black
03/27/2013 9:45am

#Miss Pross
You're a profligate woman!!! My ladybird may not know it but I do and I will do whatever it takes to keep her safe.

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Alyssa Presto
03/27/2013 1:08pm

I, Madame Defarge, am fully prepared for revolution. I have put up with all of this punishment and ignorance for way too long. My register knows more than I am even able to explain, and the fate of some of the names are better left unsaid. I realize that most people will probably hate me for my beliefs, but I know I am right.
#MadameDefarge

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Jerry Cruncher
03/27/2013 4:14pm

I was wondering if I would ever be able to see some of your marvelous works being made. I believe it would be fascinating to be able to watch the names of the soon-to-be deceased be knitted into the precious fabric. Please get back to me on this matter.
#JerryCruncher

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Abby Craft
03/27/2013 4:29pm

@#Madame Defarge
@#Sydney Carton
Sydney: Who is next on your list, Madame Defarge?
Madame: You will know soon enough...

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Maddy Old
03/27/2013 6:30pm

The aristocrats destroyed me when I was younger. Therefore, I seek revenge, complete destruction to those who have caused me harm. The entire Marquis family must die. Even the little one. This is all that matters. #madamedefarge

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Sam White
03/27/2013 6:39pm

My wife,
You must accompany Lucie to the lodging so you can familiarize yourself with the faces of Lucie, her daughter, and Miss Pross so you can better protect them in the future. i know you are skilled, for you represent the spirit of the Revolution.
#ErnestDefarge

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Andrew Peck
03/27/2013 7:19pm

As I sit here alone knitting I making an elaborate plan. Those my hit list will soon be beheaded by the guillotine.

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Daniel Zalivchii
03/27/2013 7:41pm

My revenge overflows for those wretched nobles. They ruined me and made my life break into peices. The will all die, for mercy is not the right way to treat the ones who torture you. All must die child and adult, so their reign will not continue.

#Madame Defarge (To herself)

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Ashayla Byrd
03/27/2013 8:52pm

I feel as though my work in this revolution has progressed the movement. The chaotic nature of my form of death will bring order into the aristocracy as well as the peasants. For no one has more strength and endurance for this than myself. I am intimidating for personal reasons, no one but my husband and Dr. Manette know why. I could understand why some would think I was once young and vulnerable like Lucie Manette Darnay, but they have no business prying into the life of someone that has the power to end their life before they can express their thoughts on such matters. If it were not for me, the next generation of Evremondes would destroy all that I have built! And how dare they! The extermination of aristocrats must occur! If it is only myself, Ernest, and The Vengeance, so be it! We will have satisfaction!
#Madame Defarge
@TO EVERYONE

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Alyssa Presto
03/27/2013 9:02pm

Wow you truly are crazy. Alright, maybe that is why we are perfect partners in crime. I believe the pair of us accompanied by the Vengeance can take on more challenges than many peasant people ever could.
#ErnestDefarge

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Kenneth Ross
03/27/2013 9:03pm

You speak of freeing the people of France, and yet you yourself have become a tyrant, sending innocent people to their deaths, such as my husband. You are not a revolutionary, but rather an old monarch.
#Lucie Manette

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Kenneth Ross
03/27/2013 9:21pm

As an English woman, I would never reduce myself to such atrocities. I only hope that Ladybird and I can safely return home after this dreadful and egregious ordeal. Us English people are more decent than your supposed revolutionaries, and more loyal to our country than to shame it through indiscriminate killing.
#Miss Pross

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Bailey Cake
03/27/2013 10:37pm

The Revolution is progressing quite nicely, yes I think so. Another and another and another to the guillotine! Oh just imagine the final product once my knitting is completed!
#MadameDefarge #AnotherOneBitesTheDust

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Michael Ridgway
03/28/2013 6:28pm

I am the chaos. I lead the revolution. I control the order. I control who lives, how they live, and where they live. I am their ruler. I am the order of the revolution. I have a list and I keep knitting. It never ends and it will never end till there are no aristocrats left. Nothing left to rebel, The blood will not stop running till it is all over. #MadameDefarge

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Madame
03/28/2013 8:36pm

I speak a language no one else can, which contains information no one else can read; I am the soul of the revolution.
#Jacob Beardsley

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