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    Re: Terror attack in Denmark

    They were taught to follow Islam since birth, so it was very easy for these young men to become heavily indoctrinated as they got older. No one can "choose" to leave Islam without threat of death for...
  2. Re: Putin did not order the execution of political opponent

    You are familiar with Garbarsardar, right? And that his posts can sometimes be tongue-in-cheek for comedic effect?
  3. Re: Best death of a villain in cinematic history?

    That's the most interesting alternate ending I've ever seen. I'm glad they stuck with the other ending, though, because it's way more badass.
  4. Which movie has the best actor paired with the worst actor?

    Lol. This intriguing concept came to me as I watched a few Bram Stoker's Dracula scenes on Youtube lately. The movie is so bad and corny, but also quite dark and has an incredibly eccentric, some...
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    Re: Origins of the Huns

    "Oh how the mighty have fallen! The weapons of war have perished!" 2 Samuel, 1:27. :D

    It's amazing how rapidly their confederation dissolved and was chewed up by the Germanic tribes, shortly after...
  6. Re: Best death of a villain in cinematic history?

    Scarface and Gladiator; what more could you ask for in life? :yes:



    Funny enough, that was one of my favorite movies as a kid. I look back on it now, and think it's funny how young I was when I...
  7. Re: Turkey reserving Aegean airspace - Greece making international protest

    Nothing to see here folks, move along. It's just Erdogan being Erdogan as usual.
  8. Re: Why Has the West Not Produced Any Major Religion?

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    :tongue: It's almost painful to watch this, for the insane gibberish this cooky cultist is spewing, and knowing that it actually duped all the Heaven's Gate followers into committing...
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    Re: Origins of the Huns

    There you have it folks. Not only do 4th century Sogdian and Bactrian writers explain that the Huns are the same as the Xiongnu of Chinese sources (not just a generic name for all nomads as applied...
  10. Re: Turkey reserving Aegean airspace - Greece making international protest

    Turkey and Greece are both part of NATO; surely this is the act of a friendly ally. :D :surprise:
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  11. Re: US citizen hacked to death in Bangladesh because he was an atheist blogger

    I'm not referring exclusively to the Spanish Inquisition, which started long before the 17th century. I was referring more or less to the Catholic and Protestant wars of religion and the phenomenon...
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    Re: Origins of the Huns

    :D From which direction and region of Eurasia do you think this confederation came from when it initially invaded Eastern Europe? Finland? :laughter: At the very, very least their origin in the...
  13. Re: Ask me, the ghost of Robert E. Lee, a question

    I must declare that I am puzzled by your assertions regarding Russian presidents and American movie directors, as well as your unfounded Yankee-like aggression. Son, if there's one thing I pride...
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    Sticky: Re: 'You Laugh, You Lose Thread (No Videos, Read OP)

    :laughter: And with that the image is born, soon to be promulgated in the Reddit universe and featured on "know your meme" database, and the rest is history. :D

    Unfortunately, I've received that...
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    Sticky: Re: The Videos Thread!

    He's going to be so proud of his little girl. :D

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    So proud. :laughter:

    EDIT: The original video appears to have been removed due to a copyright issue. I have replaced it with...
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    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    :laughter: Really now? How far are we going back for this claim? The US funding of mujahideen in the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in the 1980s?

    I somehow get the feeling you are talking...
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    Re: Ukraine and Russia Developments. Version 2.

    "Я не боюсь" means "I'm not afraid" in Russian. ;)

    That's a strong statement, considering how I'd be pretty damn afraid of what Putin would do if I were a Russian citizen and connected with the...
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    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    You're asking too much from rowdy militias. :D It's really hard for us in the West to understand this sort of tribal Mafia-style revenge they exact on other tribes, but that's the way it is over...
  19. Re: Ask me, the ghost of Robert E. Lee, a question

    In my lifetime I saw the South rise and led her gloriously on the field of battle. However, that time has come and gone, and the South is so enmeshed with the matters of the North I cannot see how...
  20. Re: Best death of a villain in cinematic history?

    Mad Max, of course! Why didn't I post it first? :)

    I'm not so big on Highlander though, even though I loved the movie as a kid.
  21. Re: Best death of a villain in cinematic history?

    I really do love that scene, and just about any scene in Dirty Harry. :yes:
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    Sticky: Re: 'You Laugh, You Lose Thread (No Videos, Read OP)

    :rofl2: I'm lost for words.
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    Pfft. As if immigrants like Israeli Jews, Hindu...

    Pfft. As if immigrants like Israeli Jews, Hindu Indians, atheist or Buddhist Chinese, Christian or Buddhist Koreans, Shinto Japanese, Coptic Egyptians, Catholic Mexicans, or Orthodox Assyrian Iraqi...
  24. Re: Ask me, the ghost of Robert E. Lee, a question

    Afternoon, good sir. This dress here appears to be a mixture of white and gold, and a bit strange according to my tastes and the fashion of my day. I must confess, however, that I am befuddled as to...
  25. Ask me, the ghost of Robert E. Lee, a question

    http://www.civilwar.org/education/assets/images/lee_web.jpg

    Greetings and salutations. By the will of the Almighty and the intercession of certain talented spirit mediums in this here seance, I,...
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    Re: Ukraine and Russia Developments. Version 2.

    And each and every 100,000 of them have their faces caught on security camera so that Putin's legal apparatus can start the witch hunt in the coming weeks.
  27. Re: In death all are equal, just ask this atheist.

    Don't forget hunting rifles. :D

    I don't think Mongrel understands what he's up against in this here gun debate.
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  28. Re: Best death of a villain in cinematic history?

    "You have given out too much Reputation in the last 24 hours, try again later."

    Dammit! Better luck next time. ;)

    Speaking of Jack Palance, how about him in Tango & Cash: :laughter:
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  29. Re: 5000 Akkadian & 3000 Years Old Ancient Antiquities and Artifacts, Were Destroyed By ISIS "Islamic State"

    Perhaps some silver lining in all of this sadness: Shuttered for a decade, Iraq’s national museum reopens its doors, by Loveday Morris over at the Washington Post.



    You can read the rest of the...
  30. Re: US citizen hacked to death in Bangladesh because he was an atheist blogger

    You're right. Christians weren't any better...if we were to go back to the 17th century. ;)
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  31. Re: Turkey destroys its own exclave tomb in Syria, to not have it taken by IS

    That is just too funny. :tongue:



    :laughter: You're an easy one to convince. Either that or you were so disinterested that you couldn't care either way.
  32. Re: In death all are equal, just ask this atheist.

    Agreed. Heavy regulation is fine in my opinion (background checks, waiting periods, limited amount of weaponry, etc.), but outright banning them would cause insurrection in some quarters. People are...
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    Sticky: Re: 'You Laugh, You Lose Thread (No Videos, Read OP)

    I'm hoping Greece's Prime Minister Tsipras will dress up as Leonidas next. :D Someone get on this immediately with photoshop! :yes:
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  34. Re: Ask me, President Vladimir Putin, a Question

    Soviet Union break up most unfortunately thingk of 20th century history. At very least I try make strongk Eurasian Union that include all the Central Asia as well, one day. For now we havingk...
  35. Re: Putin did not order the execution of political opponent

    His posts used to be alright in the past or at the least readable. Not so much anymore. ;)

    For instance, what does "Islamofascism" have to do with Boris Nemtsov? Or the (completely insane and 100%...
  36. Re: Best death of a villain in cinematic history?

    Dammit! Just like my opening credits thread, there's no way we're ever going to agree on which one of these is the best. :laughter: They're all so good.
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    Re: Origins of the Huns

    We also know a bit about their burial practices, don't we? I'm very interested in that, plus any artefacts that can be associated with the "Hun" culture if it can be said to be one unified culture at...
  38. Best death of a villain in cinematic history?

    I'm having trouble thinking of what I would consider the best death of a villain in film history. There's so many! Just a few candidates:

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    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria

    Even if the great majority of those things in the video were replicas while ISIS sells the real stuff on the black market for easy cash, that still doesn't change the fact that at least some of the...
  40. Re: Putin did not order the execution of political opponent

    He didn't even need a crystal ball. All he needed was Putin's track record on the subject.
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