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    Sticky: Re: Europa Barbarorum 2.04a is released!

    I wouldn't mind factions occasionally resurrecting, in the case of Armenia it got conquered by the Seleucids and then broke free later on. I could see it going badly if it's too common but it...
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    Re: What kind of EB2 player are you?

    I'm more on the Turtling side since I take too many casualties in battle to blitz effectively but if I'm playing a faction in an active war I prosecute it as much as I can.
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    Sticky: Re: Fans suggestion thread for future releases

    There's actually an explained rationale for the Romans to have a family tree, might try to argue against that.

    Here it is:...
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    Re: Schools - not just for FMs?

    No, the text is correct as far as the engine will allow. It reduces income but the engine displays that as adding a negative number. (+-200/500)
  5. Sticky: Re: ANNOUNCEMENT: The Autumn Release (and an appeal)

    Oh, I only have Blender so I'm not sure I will be able to help.
  6. Sticky: Re: ANNOUNCEMENT: The Autumn Release (and an appeal)

    Is it just a matter of assembly?
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    Re: Puerto Rican statehood takes next step

    "Republicans are evil blah blah blah."

    Oh knock it off.



    Oh, on this board you don't need to use actual facts. Just slander Republicans as evil racists and that's all you need to do. Haidt...
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    Re: Why Hardcore Liberalism fails

    Absolute statements aren't statistics bro. Oh, and might I add you rarely have a clue what you're talking about when it comes to politics. A little piece of advice: Compare veterans benefits between...
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    Re: Ukraine and Crimea development thread

    Isn't it funny that governments the "West" doesn't like are called "regimes?"

    Putin received 63% of the vote in his last election. Even assuming mass voter fraud (which hasn't been proven) 63% is...
  10. Re: IMF Study - Taxing the Rich is GOOD for the Economy

    The US has had that for almost 100 years: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Revenue_Act_of_1916

    Other parts of the world have had it much longer.
  11. Re: Genetics appear to account for social/economic standing more than any other factor, implications?

    Reminds me of a line EDI uses on Mass Effect 3: "Organic species give disproportionate credit to parental influence. Peer groups are more effective in determining behavior." Unfortunately the writers...
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    Re: Crisis at Venezuela

    Maduro is the legitimate President of Venezuela. If he is to stop being in that role than the people need to vote him out in an election. It is not the US, or the UK, or anyone else's business what...
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    Re: Mentally Handicapped Students In College

    I know nothing about this topic, should I start bloviating about it?
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    Re: Crimea secedes, Russia deploys troops, Ukraine region on brink of war

    Yes, because if Mexico was on the brink of civil war the US would stay out. Oh wait no.
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    Re: Crimea secedes, Russia deploys troops, Ukraine region on brink of war

    2/3rds of Republicans do not want the US to take a role in this crisis.
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    Re: Crisis at Venezuela

    You literally have zero clue what I said.
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    Re: Crisis at Venezuela

    All non communists are fascists? Try again.
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    Re: Women and Christian Worship

    The original post is correct. Modern Christianity does indeed require cherrypicking scripture.
  19. Re: IMF Study - Taxing the Rich is GOOD for the Economy

    Denny is correct. In the US the super rich tend to make their income in Capital Gains, which is a flat 15% regardless of the amount. Steve Jobs was famous for making an income of $1/yr. He certainly...
  20. Re: Will humans on average be much taller in the future or will it remain the same as now?

    That would require digging through obscure statistics. Plenty of endangered mammals and other creatures that might be even worse off.
  21. Re: IMF Study - Taxing the Rich is GOOD for the Economy

    There's more to inequality than a few percentage points on an income tax rate. Taxing the rich and giving to the poor doesn't really address inequalities in wealth, poor people on government programs...
  22. Re: Will humans on average be much taller in the future or will it remain the same as now?

    Of course it is. Tall people don't even need to have 1% more (or less) kids than short people to change the gene pool over time.

    The problem is that height hasn't even been reduced down to a few...
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    Re: Kiev in flames.Police moves to clear up protesters

    There are Muslims in the Ukraine, but they mostly seem to be the remnants of the Crimean Tatars fwiw.
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    Re: First Industrial Modern War?

    I've heard the Crimean War offered up since it involved railroads to some significant degree and rifles started to supplant smoothbores. I think it also saw breech-loading cannon.
  25. Poll: Re: Russia is a potential ally, not our (NATO's) enemy

    Russia's Syria strategy was in the interests of Russia, not the West. However by making it known that they would oppose any Syrian adventure they indirectly served the interests of the American...
  26. Poll: Re: Scottish Independence Referendum is agreed: vote in 2014

    Reminds me of the time a petition was around for Texas to secede from the United States. Austin residents launched a petition to secede from Texas if that happened and rejoin the United States to get...
  27. Re: IMF Study - Taxing the Rich is GOOD for the Economy

    Lol, the IMF are the fatcats.
  28. Re: China is planning to make VJ Day as national holiday

    I find it an interesting topic, but other than that I don't consider Chinese holidays to be anyone's business but China's.
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    Re: The Conservative Thread

    Increases in CO2 emissions are linked to economic growth. Technology might one day make up for it, but at the present moment the best way to reduce emissions is to reduce the economy. This is a no...
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    Re: The Conservative Thread

    This is important to keep in mind. I consider myself firmly on the right, but I go back and forth on Conservative. In the 80s supporters of Brezhnev-style were often referred to in the west as...
  31. Re: China is planning to make VJ Day as national holiday

    Mao spent more time building a power base for the coming war than fighting against the Japanese, but if the CCP thinks having a holiday to celebrate the defeat of Japan and the Chinese contribution...
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    Re: Crisis at Venezuela

    It's just status signalling. "Look how holy I am."
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    Re: Crisis at Venezuela

    I think you'll like this: http://bloodyshovel.wordpress.com/2014/02/08/monarchy-and-monarchs/
  34. Re: African migrants storm border of Spanish Melilla

    Hopefully Spain gets them processed quickly and returned to their home countries.
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    Re: Kiev in flames.Police moves to clear up protesters

    Yes indeed. Look at the role Larry Summers played in the pillaging of the former Soviet Union, and nothing has happened to his reputation over it. The man nearly got nominated as chairman of the...
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    Re: Kiev in flames.Police moves to clear up protesters

    Ukraine didn't want to be with Russia. They've already accepted the principle of secession. The real question is whether they'll be able to accept a division of their country.
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    Re: Niall Ferguson's view of WWI

    Of course the German actions in Belgium were much more mild than the actions British (and American) colonialists did around the world, but that's not really important. What mattered is the Germans...
  38. Thread: Euro Crisis

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    Re: Euro Crisis

    I strongly disagree. It can go for a lot longer. Then again I'm an American, we can get away with a lot of things that Greece and others cannot.:laughter: It will be interesting to see what happens...
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    Re: Are Feminists Hypersensitive?

    Lot's of women who don't call themselves feminists have otherwise internalized feminist views. How many women for example have you heard talk about how they wish that they couldn't inherit property...
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    Re: Political Correctness = Ridiculousness

    White? Try melanin-deprived, bigot.:laughter:
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