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  1. Re: [PROPOSAL] Extra moderators for the D&D forums.

    There are definitely more than two active moderators assigned to the Discussion & Debate section, but of course that doesn't mean that any future increase in manpower is not welcome. However, as...
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    Re: Guess the movie from the picture!

    Brewster is right! Great comedy, definitely recommended, especially if you love Italian cinema.
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    Re: Guess the movie from the picture!

    Yup, I'm spending my time rewatching Rick and Morty, so I can finally understand the high IQ jokes. Next one is a comedy, as usual:
    https://i.imgur.com/nOgl5j5.jpg

    He looks Cherokee...
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    Re: Guess the movie from the picture!

    Sunshine?
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    Re: Macedonia Naming Dispute: Solved?

    As an epilogue to the name dispute and the diplomatic interactions, yesterday, slightly more than one year after the Hellenic Parliament ratified the Prespes agreement, the Republic of North...
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    Re: what factions in Warhammer 3?

    I'm not sure about that. Warhammer fans don't strike me as particularly demanding in quality and quantity of content, with how they constantly beg for more DLC packs in reddit. I think the issue is...
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    Re: The Photo-Thread

    I was planning to visit Coblence, but then the coronavirus pandemic happened. I use my Huawei phone to take pictures, because I want to support the Politburo's efforts to overthrow our liberal...
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    Re: what factions in Warhammer 3?

    In my opinion, Kislev is definitely the strongest candidate for pre-order incentive. It has always been quite popular among Warhammer fans and is located in an ideal position between the maps of the...
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    Re: Name That Historical Event

    Day of the Dupes is the correct answer! Per paleologos' request, both of you have been given half a reputation comment.
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    Sticky: Re: Discussion and Debate Community Thread

    A rather informative article from the Intercept about the practices of the People's Mujaheddin of Iran. Apparently, apart from launching terrorist attacks in Iran and collaborating with Saddam, said...
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    Re: Name That Historical Event

    https://i.imgur.com/Hj6vrAO.jpg
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    Re: Name That Historical Event

    The bombardment of Dresden?
  13. Re: Trevor Philips, Racial Equality Campaigner has been Suspended from the Labour Party

    He should have the right and still does, in fact. His personal liberty has not been curtailed, as a result of his blunders. Freedom of speech does not apply to private institutions, as parties are...
  14. Re: Trevor Philips, Racial Equality Campaigner has been Suspended from the Labour Party

    So, why didn't you bring it up?

    So what was his point, when he mentioned that some Muslims didn't wear the poppy badge or that the common denominator of the sexual abusers was their belief in...
  15. Re: Trevor Philips, Racial Equality Campaigner has been Suspended from the Labour Party

    It is true that Saudi Arabia is partially responsible for the prosperity of Wahhabi extremist in the United Kingdom. Thankfully the British government has taken the appropriate measures to improve...
  16. Re: Trevor Philips, Racial Equality Campaigner has been Suspended from the Labour Party

    I thought the revolutionary leftists were into defining society along class and not ethnic lines or skin pigmentation. Perhaps I'm an old school chap, but I suspect that your perceptions are...
  17. Re: Trevor Philips, Racial Equality Campaigner has been Suspended from the Labour Party

    They are cowardly sophistries, because they are either meaningless observations or insinuated attacks against a specific group of British citizens. Philips is welcome to argue how the Muslim...
  18. Re: Trevor Philips, Racial Equality Campaigner has been Suspended from the Labour Party

    I don't see any grave controversy here. Trevor Philips has made several absurd comments of a negative nature against an entire segment of the British population, based on logical fallacies,...
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    Absolutely correct! The French repulsed the Austrian attempts to capture the city, although the building were devastated, as a result of the continuous bombardment.
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    Thanks Turkafinwë. That battle always leaves a bitter-sweet taste, given it was the last attempt to make the Hexagon a tad more heptagonish.
    Anyway, the next battle shares some common elements with...
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    I initially thought of Sevastopol, but then I noticed the more archaic uniforms and your location. :P The image depicts the siege of Anvers in 1832. The French liberators defeated the Dutch, but,...
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    Sticky: Re: Discussion and Debate Community Thread

    Dealing with the coronavirus, from the Middle East to the European Union.

    Meanwhile in Syria:
    Thank God, the Syrian Arab Army has cleared many of the germs on the soil of Syria.[/quote]
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    My bad, I only noticed the signature after having uploaded the picture. Anyway, Oda is absolutely correct! Frontenac succeeded in repelling the British invasion. The French governor has a rather...
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    https://i.imgur.com/SFoKsOj.jpg
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    Shipka Pass, one of the many blunders of Süleyman Pasha.
  26. 2020 Pogroms in India and the Role of the Central Government

    During the last week of February, an inter-communal riot had shaken Delhi, with over than fifty victims. Violence between Hindus and Muslims is not a very rare occurrence in India, with the latter...
  27. Poll: Re: Israel elections April 2019. New elections announced for September. Another new election announced for March.

    Please focus on the Israeli elections (all three of them and the potential fourth one in the foreseeable future) and the country's domestic affairs. On the other hand, alleged influence of the...
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    Re: Name that historical figure!

    Zahreddine is the correct answer! He was the Syrian general famous for his stubborn defense of Deir el-Zhor against the offensive of the ISIL, as well as for elegant quotes like the one below:...
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    Re: Name that historical figure!

    Thanks, mates. Next one makes makes chaps like Koltyarevsky and Madatov look like frail dandies.
    And he didn't die from embarrassing respiratory diseases or got knocked out from puny Qajar...
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    Re: Name that historical figure!

    Ha, I was browsing Russian commanders of the Napoleonic Wars as well, in order to find Cookie's (whom I have repped) choice. He's Valerian Madatov, the Armenian Murat, at least in what concerns...
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    Re: POTF 24 - Nominations

    This is true, but again, as I have demonstrated above, the "poll tax problem" is the whole point of these laws. The goal of these laws being passed in the states is to suppress the vote among...
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    [PASSED: IMPLEMENTED] Re: [Award] lolIsuck for Novus

    An exceptionally hard-working, helpful, cheerful and friendly member of the staff. A well-deserved award for a fellow guess-the-map player.
    Definitely support.
  33. Sticky: Re: 'You Laugh, You Lose Thread (No Videos, Read OP)

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    Sticky: Re: Discussion and Debate Community Thread

    The Emeritus Professor of Biochemistry either doesn't know how statistics work or he intentionally misrepresents their data. His arbitrary assumption that trends will remain the same for hundreds of...
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    Re: ISIL War in Iraq and Syria II

    Rebel twitter is literally on suicide watch. Erdoğan's digital reputation has devolved straight from Caliph Umar into Piruz Nahavandi. Some of them genuinely believed that Turkey would be able to...
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    Re: Do knowledgeable ex-atheists exist?

    The god of the gaps explanation is by definition unsatisfying and doomed in an uninterrupted retreat, as scientific thinking gradually advances. Moreover, its metaphysical answer to the question of...
  37. Sticky: Re: New Historical total war era - Total War: Three Kingdoms!

    Alright, that largely settles the schedule, I guess. The Lü Bu - Cao Cao DLC will be revealed tomorrow, which probably leads to a release sometime around the 17th of March. The Goblin/High Elf pack...
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    Hausbergen is correct! The bishop lost its privileged position and Strasbourg was declared a free city of the Empire.
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    Re: Do knowledgeable ex-atheists exist?

    Anthony Flew was a special case. Probably Flew himself wasn't exactly sure at what he believed, as his intellectual capacities had severely declined due to his advanced age. On one hand, Flew had...
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    Drinking tea with the armored camels.

    Next one comes straight from a melting pot of two distinct cultures (back then, it was pretty much one, unfortunately) and is an engagement, where Rudolf von...
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