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  1. Re: Colombian killer that has murdered -300- people is freed from prison.

    Over 300 murdered...for Christ sake! This guy is a real-life walking, talking Tommy from GTA.

    That intelligence he gave the authorities must have been hugely important for them to even consider...
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    ISIS reviews Disney's Frozen

    Death to Disney: Frozen Is Satanic Western Decadence and Sorcery for Lesbians
    by Haid D'Salaami, Chief Film Critic and Director of Media Censorship for the Islamic State
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  3. Re: 1400 children raped by Pakistanis in South Yorkshire?

    Combined with the frustration of not being able to manually do things to yourself in that religion, if you know what I'm saying. :surprise:
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    Re: How fast could Roman armies moblize?

    From what I've read, no one explains the unconquerable Roman manpower pool on the Italian peninsula, their auxiliaries, system of allies, and citizen recruitment system better than Klaus Bringmann in...
  5. Re: 1400 children raped by Pakistanis in South Yorkshire?

    This seems quite plausible, indeed. However, if it is true that they did not pursue alleged criminals because they happened to belong to a certain ethnic community, then this is beyond bonkers. It's...
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    Sticky: Re: 'You Laugh, You Lose Thread (No Videos, Read OP)

    http://38.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m95qjlK9E31qdodlio1_1280.jpg
  7. Re: 16-year old has twisted imagination, gets kicked out of school :)

    https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2159/2449186390_0744033fff.jpg

    Quiet, you! Don't be divulging to others my evil plot to undermine the Church by inventing dinosaurs! What do you think my extensive...
  8. Re: New revelations about Iraqi women raped by USA forces

    Apparently this is old news. The claim comes from witnesses at Abu Ghraib who were interviewed by the Guardian newspaper.



    ISIS crucifies people in broad daylight and tweets proudly about how...
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    Sticky: Re: 'You Laugh, You Lose Thread (No Videos, Read OP)

    It was certainly the first polandball I've ever seen that had such a cathartic ending. I hath underestimated thee, Polandball! :yes:
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    Re: How fast could Roman armies moblize?

    In the late Republic and Empire, the extensive system of paved roads also allowed the Romans to deploy troops to distant places fairly quickly. The Roman navy, first built during the First Punic War,...
  11. Re: Orangutan saves baby chick from drowning

    Well thanks for ruining the video, Athanaric. Way to go! :angry:

    :laughter: Just kidding, +1 rep.
  12. Re: Does anywhere still wear traditional clothing?

    @Vitor_Gaspar

    FOR SHAME! No KFC? America is on it. Don't you worry. :tongue:

    Lol. Those are some flashy costumes; the KKK should take note. Like Jack Nicholson the Joker said to Batman: "Nice...
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    Sticky: Re: Show me your Desktop!

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    Here's my desktop at the moment. :tongue:
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    Sticky: Re: The Videos Thread!

    After all these years, this is still probably the funniest opening SNL had in the 2000s.

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    The 1990s were the SNL glory days, though.
  15. Re: Does anywhere still wear traditional clothing?

    I come from the United States, the great eagle nation. Here, let me teach you the proud ways of my people. :D
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    Re: Ukraine and Russia Developments. Version 2.

    Perhaps Ukraine can just "accidentally" take back portions of Crimea, too. :surprise:



    I dislike the annoying habit of having anyone you deem an enemy to be labeled a "terrorist" these days....
  17. Re: New revelations about Iraqi women raped by USA forces

    I read a report about the potentially higher number of (unreported) rapes in the US military a long time ago on the Washington Post. However, this figure of 97% seems incredible. It's time for them...
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    Re: Some Good Books

    I'm a master's student about to enter a PhD program. You're damn right I read a lot. ;)
  19. Re: Northern California experiences its strongest earthquake in 25 years

    Very frightening and tragic, but that's nature. Napa Valley got hit very hard, unfortunately, so a lot of broken wine bottles perhaps means temporarily higher prices for local wine there.
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    Sticky: Re: The Videos Thread!

    I never saw it either, but after watching a few videos online it's safe to say the musical has some equally funny pieces. Look up "Bill of Sale" on Youtube.

    In any case, here's Jim Breuer being...
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    Re: You Spook, You Lose

    :laughter: I'm not so much spooked by that as I am thoroughly entertained! Fantastic.

    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-Z7XO9yx1Aw0/UgXFXgiBXDI/AAAAAAAABWM/QsU2AjnsIWA/s640/19+(imgur.com).jpg

    Hey bro,...
  22. Re: Was Constantine the man who ultimately doomed the Empire?

    Later medieval rulers who professed to being devout Christians would also do some wicked, twisted, horrible things to their family members. Perhaps they saw Constantine as a role model? :surprise:
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  23. Re: Was Constantine the man who ultimately doomed the Empire?

    Aside from all this Christianity business, was Constantine's manner of rule far different from Diocletian? The latter dissolved or marginalized all the old Republican offices that survived throughout...
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    Re: Some Good Books

    Timothy Brook's The Confusions of Pleasure: Commerce and Culture in Ming China is also very good. I own a copy of that.

    Penguin Classics that deal with Greco-Roman history are always essential...
  25. Re: The Parthenon marbles are the world's most beautiful art and that's why we should give them back

    :laughter: I love how this conversation has devolved into the scrutinization of ancient statues' penises and their state of being flaccid or erect.
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    Sticky: Re: 'You Laugh, You Lose Thread (No Videos, Read OP)

    Oh man...those two were glorious. :rofl2: Thanks for sharing! I bestow upon you +1 rep!

    An old-school version of Good Guy Greg:

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  27. Re: 16-year old has twisted imagination, gets kicked out of school :)

    No! Anything but that! That's what got him into trouble in the first place! :tongue:
  28. Re: Nuclear war on the Indian continent - what would be the results?

    That's truly frightening. I don't scare easily, so for that you get +1 rep!
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    Sticky: Re: 'You Laugh, You Lose Thread (No Videos, Read OP)

    http://www.winterspelen.org/images/uploads/openingsochi.jpg

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    Re: Ukraine and Russia Developments. Version 2.

    Putin is having it both ways, then. Russia is at war with Ukraine without actually making it official via a declaration. Putin is having your cake and eating it too!

    In Putin's Russia, cake eat...
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    Sticky: Re: The Videos Thread!

    A look back at some childhood classics will remind us that some kid's movies are pretty dark indeed:

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  32. Re: Ayyubid or Mamluk inlaid metal basins

    I've actually seen that first one, at the Freer and Sackler galleries of the Smithsonian in Washington D.C. They're absolutely brilliant. Thanks for sharing!
  33. Re: Someone actually took the time to debunk ancient aliens...

    The "History" Channel. :rolleyes:

    What a :wub:ing joke. It's more or less as bas as calling MTV "Music" Television.
  34. Orangutan saves baby chick from drowning

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    Using the leaf as a tool to guide the chick already shows a fair degree of intelligence and critical thinking skills. However, this orangutan takes it to the next level by actively...
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    Poll: Re: US commandos failed to rescue James Foley in Syria before his execution by ISIS

    A movie with an ending where the main protagonist gets his head slowly cut off, followed by "The End" and rolling of credits? I don't think so.

    Unless of course you mean ISIS is going to make a...
  36. Re: Was Constantine the man who ultimately doomed the Empire?

    Yes, even without the invasion of the Germanic tribes and Huns the economy of the Western Roman Empire would have been in shambles compared to the eastern half of the empire, and would have continued...
  37. Re: 16-year old has twisted imagination, gets kicked out of school :)

    Touche, Captain. :tongue: Although I have to say that, after living in Belfast for about a year, those supposed IRA guys are in short supply. On the other hand, all the drunken Protestant hooligans...
  38. Re: Don't shoot a fake dinosaur on Facebook, kids, or you might get...ARRESTED. Literally.

    Oops! Sorry. I don't have time to read every thread in the Thema Devia. :tongue:
  39. Don't shoot a fake dinosaur on Facebook, kids, or you might get...ARRESTED. Literally.

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    WARNING: There are some swear words thrown into the conversation in this video, which is understandable considering how ludicrous this story is. :nope: :disgust:

    I don't know...
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    Poll: Re: US commandos failed to rescue James Foley in Syria before his execution by ISIS

    I couldn't agree more! :yes: Human life is a precious thing. These naive but brave and hardworking journalists were at least worth the rescue effort, even if it ultimately failed. At least we tried...
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