It's nice that all of this is recorded history.
One day, a few centuries in the future, a bored-to-shit 15-year-old history student from the internet-only human race (... an e-republic?) will dust off this thread, and cite it as dull 'primary source' evidence of the natural birth and death of civilizations for his already-late 1000 word essay handin:
"In this quote, the grumbling peasant's dire references to long-dead memes portray the stagnation of this community. This is emphasised by the petulant, rhythmic response by other e-peasants of the era to the OP, which furthers my argument that history don't repeat itself, but it often rhymes yo. In conclusion, our dear leader King Diakun XXVIII is a fag."
Except, this time, the demise of civilisation wasn't the result of salt-contaminated Carthaginian irrigation, but rather of an ammonia buildup due to these pissing threads.
Toodlepip. The wine says hello.