all your base are belong to us

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all your base are belong to us

A grammatically nonsensical piece of subtitled dialog from a Japanese computer game of the late 1980s that became an internet phenomenon when it was adopted as a humorous phrase by the online community.
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SOCRATES: Then as he is not here, never mind him, and do you tell me: By the gods, Meno, be generous, and tell me what you say that virtue is; for I shall be truly delighted to find that I have been mistaken, and that you and Gorgias do really have this knowledge; although I have been just saying that I have never found anybody who had.
SOCRATES: Then let us see whether what you say is true from another point of view; for very likely you may be right:--You affirm virtue to be the power of attaining goods?
I only asked the question from habit; but if you can prove to me that what you say is true, I wish that you would.
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