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    I don't really get that criticism. The Hobbit is an adventure story through and through, and I don't see where the second movie failed to continue the telling of that adventure from where the...
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    I vaguely remember that. Well, looks like that leaves Akar as the only one left who still has yet to finish puberty :surprise:
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    Il Popolo dei Cinque Pasti
    3rd November 1598





    The Three Leagues pledge their support to the Valdesi
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    Oh neat, I thought it was just me.


    On another note I just found out Quidditch is played as a real sport.
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    AqD is older than he seems.
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    6d6qDcPz7Uo

    ^So basically this.
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    Nah that's true, in the old splitscreen days you'd always have one guy using all the 'OP' or 'lame' weapons, and the other guy always complaining by accusing people of base tactics when they lose.
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    I believe it is.
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    The Papacy has now been unlocked, with Pope Celestine VI being played as promised by a new player, Lyra.

    Keep in mind that Lyra uses a different 'y' for his name so if you want to PM, do it...
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    Il Popolo dei Cinque Pasti

    1st October 1598




    White smoke rises from the Sistine Chapel in Rome!

    After a prolonged Conclave, the citizenry of Rome was elated to finally see the...
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    Disagreeing with 'unification' is all well and good, but the idea of Germany remaining as divided group of states is interesting. Do you think they would have managed to retain their independence...
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    What, the Dutch don't count now? :P


    Hate to be pedantic, but wasn't Prussia against Großdeutschland and in favour of Kleindeutschland? I do see what you mean though, the latter was no small...
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    Yeah the yellow in European flags is usually supposed to be gold. Looks retardedly un-gold to me though.
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    Perfectly inchoate, quite so :surprise:

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f7/Schlacht_bei_Kandern_1848.jpg
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    Yeah cheers, now I have to have another caveman week :(

    Make it Pegassus and I'll be officially convinced.
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    Aw man, I made a really long reply and nobody replied back.

    http://th07.deviantart.net/fs71/PRE/f/2011/288/7/2/forever_alone_computer_by_rober_raik-d4cw54a.png
    Yesterday I got screwed over by...
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    It 'only' lasted a decade, but those first years were almost certainly the four/five most politically/legally/socially active and transformative years any European country had ever seen. If you...
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    http://i.imgur.com/5BBWoGt.gif
    http://i.imgur.com/nHLSlFK.gif
    http://esq.h-cdn.co/assets/cm/15/06/54d4451243b8c_-_tumblr_ncfookkl7d1tlgt1ro2_500.gif

    You're on a roll dude.
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    The second ballot has now ended, with black smoke once again spouting indifferently from the Chapel. The final vote will now begin!
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    Yeah America had its own problems, like as you inferred the ideological divisions between the Federalists and Republicans, the separation between North and South, and the many others.

    The context...
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    That's not quite correct though - Louis XVIII recognized that a restored monarchy now needed to adapt itself to meet the legal and societal changes affected by the Revolution, and so he attempted...
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    Wouldn't that be something hard to avoid, though? One could argue that in all of its stages, the French Revolution was an expression of the dominant public will of the time, and that it's more the...
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    @Oda Yeah, a bit harder to pull off with a population ten-times the size of America's, deeply divided by entrenched class-lines, with many of its people mired in poverty/desperation while others were...
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    That's a bit of a simplistic way of looking at it, seeing as there were so many different ideas being articulated and supported during those years by many different groups. If you're talking only...
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    Good point. It's a resounding black.
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    Results of the first ballot of the Conclave have been posted in the Sistine Chapel.

    Apologies for the delay.
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    If someone put :wub: in your sandwich, would you need to have eaten it au naturel beforehand to notice?
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    Sweetness is my vocation :happy:
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    Yeah maybe I'll go get myself given an ostrakon or two, that should do the trick.
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    Wouldn't it be more appropriate if you said that in a thread you read?
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    Racism makes me sick.
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    Indeed, and aside from the realism factor I've gotta keep the game moving, so like with turn decisions I can't wait forever for a group invitation to be accepted :dunno:
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    Unfortunately, as Cardinal Caliacra spent too much time catting around in Genoa, the Sistine Chapel was sealed without him.
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    OOC: Seeing as the Papal election is supposed to be closed off from outside events and dealt with in a relatively short time by game standards, I'm sort of freezing the game until it's over with.
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    Call off, life's too short.

    Case in point - yesterday I had an amazing night at an otaku concert full of cosplayers and fellow degenerates. Have some fun!
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    But that's where it all started, the callous, incompetent all-English leadership at Gallipoli sent all those brave young Aussies running into the Turkish machine-guns. Mel never forgave them, and...
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    That's actually what I was trying to say, maybe I didn't phrase it clearly enough.
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    'British inspired' is a bit much, it's basically like any other mainstream chocolate understood to be British: Native recipe, foreign ownership - Kraft or Nestlé will change one or another...
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    http://i.imgur.com/mEOZc3Hm.jpg

    Citizen Alfredo di Pacino: "Don't throw the musicians out."
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    I only went to Canada in summer, and it would be in Toronto so pretty southern. Given that I was a wee kid, it was one of the hottest places I had been to, I was so surprised by the melted tarmac and...
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