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    Re: [Election-X-2016] Magistrate - Debate Thread

    What's your understanding of the Disruptive Posting clause of the ToS? Can you make up/find any examples of posts that are "designed to disrupt" in your view?
  2. Re: Man planning massive attacks on Euro2016 arrested. And he's not a muslim!

    Does Eastern Ukraine strike you as an area where the rule of law still applies?
  3. Re: Radio BBC4 debate, a pressing question for our times.

    Luckily it's not for you to decide and Britain doesn't have racist or discriminatory citizenship laws. If you're born in the UK, you have the right to a British passport and citizenship.
  4. Re: Radio BBC4 debate, a pressing question for our times.

    I'm glad that you agree Phier is being disingenuous.
  5. Re: Radio BBC4 debate, a pressing question for our times.

    I like you.

    This isn't proof of anything of the sort. The fact you're moaning about the debate whilst demanding faster and/or better integration is wanting to have your cake and eat it....
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    Poll: Re: [Civitate] Papay (Patron: PikeStance)

    Now compare those with this.
  7. Re: London elects Muslim mayor. Cue end of the known universe.

    And we should definitely imply that any lawyer who specialises in a certain domain automatically supports the actions of anyone they happen to be defending. It's not like that's a ridiculous idea.
  8. Re: London elects Muslim mayor. Cue end of the known universe.

    I agree with his taking Corbyn to task for espousing more of an "us versus them" mentality, as elected officials necessarily have to work for all members of society.
  9. Re: London elects Muslim mayor. Cue end of the known universe.

    The funny thing is, most non-Islamic terrorists are the type who hate anyone with even slightly brown skin, so I doubt they'd accept him as a member of their defence team.

    And has he said he...
  10. Re: London elects Muslim mayor. Cue end of the known universe.

    Usually when being asked to connect the dots, the next thing that follows is an invitation to don a tinfoil hat.

    And what's wrong with apologism for Islam? Someone needs to speak out for Muslims...
  11. Re: London elects Muslim mayor. Cue end of the known universe.

    I really don't understand the problem with lawyers representing controversial figures. Everyone has the right to legal representation and a fair trial and there is such a thing as professionalism....
  12. Re: London elects Muslim mayor. Cue end of the known universe.

    And what's that got to do with anything? The fact that Britons have gone to Syria makes it obvious that there are ISIS recruiters here. Was this meant to be some sort of shock revelation?



    So...
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    Poll: Re: [Civitate] Papay (Patron: PikeStance)

    No-one has said that his posts were outside the bounds of the ToS, but what you've essentially said is that he posts a lot of low-quality posts and is likely to continue doing so, which is grounds...
  14. Re: London elects Muslim mayor. Cue end of the known universe.

    The major objection here seems to be that he has served as a lawyer to terror suspects or those suspected of being extremists. I would say that those suspected of such emotive crimes need their right...
  15. Re: London elects Muslim mayor. Cue end of the known universe.

    Feel like explaining why this is a demonstration of people not integrating? British laws allow for the free practice of religion, so these are British citizens exercising their legal rights. I don't...
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    Poll: Re: [Civitate] Papay (Patron: PikeStance)

    There's no need for sarcasm.
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    Poll: Re: [Civitate] Papay (Patron: PikeStance)

    I'd like the patron to explain why he has provided this thread as an example of high-quality posting worthy of recognition.
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    Sticky: Re: TWC Member Awards 2015 - Winners Revealed!

    Need to get funnier, mate.
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    Re: The Witcher (I, II, III) - CD Projekt RED games

    I played (and still do) with a 660ti and I've got medium-high detail in most settings and a stable frame rate of ~40. It may not do complete justice to the game--you'd need a more powerful card to do...
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    Re: The Witcher (I, II, III) - CD Projekt RED games

    I'm not sure how I'd feel about that, really, but I don't think I'd like it. It also doesn't strike me as being CD Projekt's style, at least as far as The Witcher is concerned.
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    Re: The Witcher (I, II, III) - CD Projekt RED games

    I wonder who the protagonist would be for a Witcher game without Geralt. Maybe Yennefer?
  22. Thread: Name that Battle!

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    Re: Name that Battle!

    Correct.
  23. Thread: Name that Battle!

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    Re: Name that Battle!

    Afraid not, although you got one of the belligerents correct.
  24. Thread: Name that Battle!

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    Re: Name that Battle!

    http://i.imgur.com/iA1nf29.jpg
  25. Thread: Name that Battle!

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    Re: Name that Battle!

    North African Campaign - Operation Bulimba, by Ivor Hele. It wasn't too tricky to find after Googling "North African Campaign paintings".
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    Re: Al-Saud Regime threatens the US over 9/11 bill.

    There are plenty of British tax havens still, along with London properties to buy, leave the price to go up, and then sell.
  27. Re: Hijab-clad babysitter 'decapitates four-year-old girl in her care' - then walks through streets carrying her severed head and shouting 'Allahu Akbar'

    Can you tell me which logical fallacy you think I was committing?
  28. Re: Hijab-clad babysitter 'decapitates four-year-old girl in her care' - then walks through streets carrying her severed head and shouting 'Allahu Akbar'

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-36024153

    Hey, Heathen Hammer, was this also caused by Islam?
  29. Re: Siege of DragonSpoear- Baldurs Gate and how not to write a good game...

    This isn't a political issue. If you think it's part of an ongoing trend and have evidence that it's so, then the Political Academy might be appropriate, but this doesn't really have much of an...
  30. Re: Huge leak from Panama law firm that helped rich and powerful clients to launder money and evade tax

    This all depends on what your stance on whistleblowers is. If you decide that their crime is forgiven or overshadowed by the larger more important crime that they reveal, then you should have no...
  31. Re: Hijab-clad babysitter 'decapitates four-year-old girl in her care' - then walks through streets carrying her severed head and shouting 'Allahu Akbar'

    No, just someone who knows that by common sense if someone is in the middle of schizophrenic episode, they don't tend to be acting rationally. It's something I happened to pick up from actually...
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    Poll: Re: [Citizen] alQamar (Patron : Wangrin)

    I've got no real relationship with either alQamar or Wangrin, but I hate to see worthy applicants potentially short changed by the one who's meant to be their closest ally and guide in the process...
  33. Re: Huge leak from Panama law firm that helped rich and powerful clients to launder money and evade tax

    They should be treated like what they are: criminals.
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    Poll: Re: [Citizen] alQamar (Patron : Wangrin)

    "Looking at the many threads he started, Iím sure you will agree about his involvement in TWC and its community."

    Ignoring the fact that link doesn't actually work, this has to be one of the...
  35. Re: Far-right Europeans hunting non-whites, vandalizing migrant-run stores

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/mar/03/russian-atheist-faces-year-in-jail-for-denying-existence-of-god-during-webchat

    5 of those sources were >50%. 5 out of 15. That sounds like a fair-sized...
  36. Re: Huge leak from Panama law firm that helped rich and powerful clients to launder money and evade tax

    Alright, but the richest 1% hiding their money from the taxman whilst the rest of the world is saddled with tax isn't exactly a revolutionary act of defiance. It's just greed, criminal greed.

    And...
  37. Re: Huge leak from Panama law firm that helped rich and powerful clients to launder money and evade tax

    Money laundering by Putin is one of the least things you can criticise him for, so Putin is still a lot worse than most Western leaders.
  38. Re: Far-right Europeans hunting non-whites, vandalizing migrant-run stores

    Only you could unironically claim that the far-right movements emerging in Europe are non-violent, 3 posts down from examples of far-right violence in Brussels. That you hedge it with weasel words...
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    Re: Preordering Warhammer

    If you want to give CA a vote of confidence, then pre-order, but I haven't played a Total War game from release since Shogun II, learning that I should wait for patches to iron out bugs. In fact,...
  40. Re: Huge leak from Panama law firm that helped rich and powerful clients to launder money and evade tax

    I can only think of one example—Greville Janner—and he only got away with it because he was so old and infirm when the evidence came to light. I don't think that will be the case here with a majority...
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