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    Re: The Witcher (Netflix Series)

    Okay, obviously I did not know that! :laughter::laughter::laughter:
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    Re: The Witcher (Netflix Series)

    Why would I be trolling? I haven't played any of the Witcher games, so for me merely seeing the universe and the characters coming alive in a tv-series doesn't cut it.
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    Re: The King...

    Why are the French always the arrogant-yet-pussies-when-it-comes-to-fighting villains in medieval themed movies/tv series, weren't they the strongest nation of Christendom after ~800 AD? Is there any...
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    Re: The Witcher (Netflix Series)

    I barely managed to soldier on through the first episode, what an overhyped piece of crap is this series, I should have expected that nothing decent can come from a video game adaptation, much more...
  5. Re: Were ancient Greeks predominately light skinned?

    Okay, it's good that you are able to realize the trashy nature of the "artist" and the cheesiness of the song despite the language barrier (or can you speak Greek?), otherwise it would be...
  6. Re: Were ancient Greeks predominately light skinned?

    Still not as ridiculous as Swiss wiggers pretending to be gangsta in Zurich, I get a different Spotify ad from this :wub: every week and I don't think I have ever liked a rap song in my life wtf?
  7. Re: Were ancient Greeks predominately light skinned?

    One needs to speak Greek to understand the level of ridiculous kitsch of the lyrics, which is in tune with the music and the aesthetics of this type of "recreation" in general. That having been said,...
  8. Re: Were ancient Greeks predominately light skinned?

    How on earth is Roma Victrix aware of the existence of Antypas (trash/bouzouki pop) and in particular that song, I mean, I am Greek and I had never heard of it, neither watched that video-clip...
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    "Maximilian and Marie de Bourgogne" and it was amazing, can someone recommend something similar?
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    Re: Do you practice a martial art?

    I have been practicing Krav Maga (Maor) and kick boxing for 4 years now. I like Krav Maga for being raw, relatively simple, no-:wub: approach and focused entirely on self-defense, I think it's the...
  11. Re: Franco's Mausoleum upsets Spain, again.

    So does the definition of crime.


    Yes, a very large number...like three...maybe even...ten? Because a very large number of right-wing officers sided with communists, anarchists, Basque ...
  12. Re: Franco's Mausoleum upsets Spain, again.

    Not against humanity, against the leftists, which is they were the only ones promoting this.

    More to the point, Franco won the war, ruled the country for several decades and went down to the...
  13. Re: Were ancient Greeks predominately light skinned?

    First of all, in my experience Slavs do not look like Scandinavians, there is what, 10% chance you will mistake a Swede for a Russian or a Bulgarian for a Norwegian? That guy I mentioned looked to...
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    Hahaha, does this actually happen then? I met a half-Russian, half-French guy who grew up in Berlin on a summer hike this year, at which several Greek friends of mine participated besides me, and for...
  15. Re: Hydrogen-powered trains replace diesel-powered trains on not electrified tracks in Hessia, Germany

    Yes, hydrogen has better energy density than batteries, but that is only because batteries are the :wub: technology of energy storage on planet earth in terms of energy density. It still is by far...
  16. Re: How would you program this? (not just program-related; philosophical topic)

    Can't you just put in tons of GOTOs to make the code illegible?
  17. Re: Hydrogen-powered trains replace diesel-powered trains on not electrified tracks in Hessia, Germany

    Better than what, diesel and other petroleum-based fuels? It is the other way around, hydrogen actually suffers from very low gravimetric and volumetric energy density, even if you compress it to...
  18. Poll: Re: Upcoming Cleopatra film, who should play her dad: Zach Galifianakis or John Stamos?

    Hahahaha, same thing happened to me and I thought RV was being sarcastic. After all, how can we be sure Cleopatra was not a homosexual, transgender biological male?
    So why not have Stamos play...
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    Re: Vikings (Season 5 Trailer)

    Did anyone else take note of Alexander Ludwig's amazing diving somersault? I tried to execute it during Krav Maga training last year and I injured my shoulder so badly that I couldn't do any training...
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    Re: Vikings (Season 5 Trailer)

    The show is still very enjoyable, excluding the horribly pointless, boring and irrelevant Iceland/Floki storyline.
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    I am slightly confused as to how exactly is our friend, Amer Abu Al Qumsan, going to get the opportunity to "defend Jerusalem" and "die fighting for Jerusalem", as is his wish, in "peaceful...
  22. Re: Israel kills 45, thousands wounded, in Gaza during protests

    It should commend Israel for efficiently protecting its borders.
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    Re: Skin colour controversy and acting

    That's precisely the problem for the rest of us, that promotion of diversity tramples adherence to historical reality. Nothing is ever going to be too ridiculous to dismiss, if your intention is...
  24. Re: Massive rally of Greeks declaring that Macedonia is Hellas, and the leftist propaganda machine

    146BC-7th century AD < thousands of years. It's perfectly understandable that you have a superficial idea about the region's history, after all nobody expects you to know more than what you've...
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    Re: Skin colour controversy and acting

    I am saying that the characters of the Iliad can only be represented by white people.

    With the exception of the Ethiopian king Memnon, that is.

    I also implied, and now I am saying it directly,...
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    Re: Skin colour controversy and acting

    And why would non-white people want to see themselves "represented" in the stories and histories of alien races and civilizations? Is it education, self-respect, appreciation of their own cultures or...
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    Re: Catalonia Independence Referendum

    Muhahahahaha, is this why he fled and went into hiding? Because he's raising an army and intends to fight back? Hahahahaha! Is it all a brilliant strategical ploy to make Madrid complacent and...
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    Re: Catalonia Independence Referendum

    Is Puidgemont still hiding in Belgium? Hahaha, what sort of pathetic wussies would elect a leader like that? Who on top of his cowardice and stupidity has the looks of a 40-year-old virgin version of...
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    Re: Catalonia Independence Referendum

    Let me make it understandable to you then by spreading it out in many lines.

    What is the Left's answer to the fundamental political question of whether the rich should pay taxes for the poor? That...
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    Re: Catalonia Independence Referendum

    For the same reason they condemn successful people's desire not to pay taxes to the state, since this is what this "independence" movement is all about.
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    Re: Catalonia Independence Referendum

    But not by the Germans, by the Russians. All the Russians, all in one country under one emperor, since the last time they had been themselves a patchwork of small duchies, kingdoms and republics, the...
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    Re: Catalonia Independence Referendum

    Like when Napoleon mopped the floor with them?


    Hum, yes, German rationality can always be counted upon, it's not like they were exterminating Jews on the premise that they are subhuman 70 years...
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    Re: Catalonia Independence Referendum

    Because when they didn't, their micro-states were pitiful pushovers and weaklings, dominated by greater powers. And because they were killing each other in religious wars more often than not.

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    Re: Catalonia Independence Referendum

    The kind of election that is organized in violation of the Constitution by those who are in favor of a certain motion and denounced as illegal by those who oppose it.



    Provided the election...
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    Re: Catalonia Independence Referendum

    But not even nearly as significant as the 60% + 10% of 40% = 64%, a clear majority that doesn't want independence. At the end of the day at least 2/3 of the Catalans don't want to secede from Spain...
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    Re: Catalonia Independence Referendum

    No it hasn't. 90% of 40% of Catalans voted in favor of independence and that figure comes from a farce of a procedure not upholding any serious methodological standards. So at best 36% of the...
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    Re: Catalonia Independence Referendum

    Those who deserve nations already have their own nations.
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    Re: Catalonia Independence Referendum

    The wish of the current people of Spain is expressed freely and unambiguously in the national elections of Spain, which decide the preservation, amendment or reform of the Constitution according to...
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    Re: Catalonia Independence Referendum

    I can. All of the former Yugoslavian republics for starters. Hungary, Ukraine, Georgia and Belarus on a second thought.


    But they did something wrong. They violated the constitution, which is...
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    Re: Catalonia Independence Referendum

    I find the Spanish police displayed amazing self-restraint and self-control in this particular incident. A few kicks here and there is nothing. I would have set the whole building ablaze to force the...
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