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    Re: Tolkien General Discussion II

    Old habits die hard ;)
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    Re: Ngugi for Opifex

    It's his involvement and contributions in the TATW community, especially the Tolkien General Discussion thread and his helpful attitude in the submod section of it, that will make me vote yes. His...
  3. Re: Metal songs that get you so pumped up you could karate chop anvils in half!

    Fine with me :thumbsup:
  4. Re: Metal songs that make you so pumped up you could commit genocide with your bare hands

    Thread title changed, you can come up with something else, but keep it civil.
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    Re: Tolkien General Discussion II

    Dito. It's been a while, really. Could simply be that my "seven" gut reaction was due to a conclusion I draw back then based on the mentioning of Oropher and a handful of Sindar and Amdir and all...
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    Re: Tolkien General Discussion II

    Somewhere in the HoM-e. Would need to track that down, lingers in my memory from back when I researched for my M-e lore mod.

    Edit: and they were nine, not seven, sorry for the wrong number.
  7. Re: Left to Far left parties to lead former East Germany state

    Also, fracking isn't banned. It will be heavily restricted but it can be enforced by the Federal Government even against a discordant decision of the governments of any given Federal State.
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    Re: Tolkien General Discussion II

    Fan Fiction by PJ. No evidence that Thranduil was even born in the First Age. In contrary, taking into consideration that his father was one of seven members of what could be called a party of Sindar...
  9. Re: Russia continously violate airspace around the Baltic and tries to lie about it

    Gentlemen,

    we do not call other members "rusophobes", like we don't call other members who spread, say, Russian propaganda "paid propagandists". Please keep this in mind and the thread civil and...
  10. Re: Faith closes the mind. It is pure idol worship.

    :hmm2:

    I'd like to emphasis what Garbarsardar said.
  11. Re: The only developed nation that still considers paid vacations a perk.

    And we will stop the off-topic personal references gentlemen. Thank-you.
  12. Re: [error] Insufficient video memory to load requested texture set.

    Ctrl+N?
  13. Poll: Re: [Election-XV-2014] Magistrate

    Voted.
  14. Poll: Re: [Citizen] Magister Militum Flavius Aetius (Patron: PikeStance)

    :hearye:

    Yes! Yes! And another Yes! Yes is obvious!

    Great to see him here!
  15. Re: Worst historical drama film of the 21st century thus far?

    ^A fitting finish for this tangent. If you like to continue this discussion, just let me know and I'll split it from this thread and move it to the VV.
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    Sticky: Re: Curial Election Commentary Thread

    ^In fact, I really have a problem with whom to vote for in this very special case! Can I have two votes please? :P
  17. Re: How did the American government "lie about Vietnam?"

    Ap Bac proved as early as January 1963 that VC had successfully adopted to the previously successful tactics of spear and net and proved more than a match to even elite SVN units with embedded US...
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Feedback Thread

    Welcome back Darling :D
  19. Re: How did the American government "lie about Vietnam?"

    L.B. Johnson was nominated on August 27th 1964. The quote is from a speech given in his fist appearance after receiving the nomination. The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, empowering the President with ...
  20. Re: How did the American government "lie about Vietnam?"

    Lyndon B. Johnson: "We are not about to send American boys 9 or 10,000 miles away from home to do what Asian boys ought to be doing for themselves," - 1964.

    If the President of the United States...
  21. Re: US veterans sue banks for their support of terrorism

    And back to the topic please.
  22. Poll: Re: [Citizen] Riverknight (Patron: Lord William)

    Absolutely nothing relevant.
  23. Re: Obamacare architect claims Democrats had to rely on the "stupidity of the American voter"

    Ferrets nailed it.

    Moved to the PA. Also closed since the OP is insufficient. If you want this re-opened, pm me with a fleshed out OP and I will reconsider to open it again.
  24. Poll: Re: [Artifex] Hloeric (Parton: Magnar)

    Sensible suggestion :thumbsup:
  25. Poll: Re: [Artifex] Hloeric (Parton: Magnar)

    Interesting candidate.
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    Sticky: Re: Curial Election Commentary Thread

    Best of luck to both of you, now where is the dice? :hmm:
  27. Re: [Election-XV-2014] Magistrate - Debate Thread

    Thanks you two for answering my question :)
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Feedback Thread

    I doubt anybody will object and if so, just blame it on me. :)
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Feedback Thread

    If I was to guess, I would say because of the same reason, he does not move his own decisions to vote: whenever he's involved in some sort of thread, that needs official curatorial attention, he...
  30. Re: The only developed nation that still considers paid vacations a perk.

    We shall cut the offensive orders and off-topic personal references, thank-you gentlemen.
  31. Re: [Election-XV-2014] Magistrate - Debate Thread

    Why do you want to be a Magistrate in the first place?
  32. Re: Atheistic Churches look for new non believer members..

    And we will cut it with the off-topic personal references from now on.
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    Re: Tolkien General Discussion II

    Don't worry please. And please don't feel emotionally stressed or flamed at. I tend to be aggressive in discussion, but that has nothing to do with you, only with discussion. All's well :) and I hope...
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    Re: Tolkien General Discussion II

    Debatable and a matter of taste.

    No question about that and I fully agree with that, but just because one can reflect upon a thing from different angles and perspectives does not make the...
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    Re: Tolkien General Discussion II

    You're right, that was a bit over the top - sorry for that. It's just that I thought PJ was the one for the alternate approaches ;)

    Why did they do so?

    I wouldn't rank the motivations of the...
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    Re: Tolkien General Discussion II

    While avenging the death of their king might be just it's not necessarily caused by good intentions. And going into a land already claimed by somebody else to build ones own realm there on the...
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    Re: Tolkien General Discussion II

    What good intentions and what just motives?

    When you start stealing and killing innocent people, you stop being noble, you stop being good and you become evil. People are a reflection of what they...
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Feedback Thread

    Sorry, dictionary fail. Come again please.

    If it was less controversial (to what?), we wouldn't have that discussion, wouldn't we?

    You may call it pragmatic, I call it to pike out a decision.
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Feedback Thread

    Okay, I get what you mean, but nevertheless the decision taken was constitutional and indeed full within the Curator's remit. It was controversial (and I disagreed with it) of course and other C's...
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    Sticky: Re: Townhall - Curial Feedback Thread

    Genius has already put it best and I agree with him. In addition to that, MD, contrary to your believe, you do have a curial mandate to form yourself an opinion in every referral and you have the...
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