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  1. Sticky: Re: The Chat Thread (rules included in the opening post)

    cars have gotten older. That's it.
    the McDonalds there is to die for but the hotels are lacking. Still would recommend it over the summer camp in Yemen I was in before.
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    I can guess whatever I like, it's up to you whether you want to accept it :P


    https://i.imgur.com/wkEP5iq.png

    This battlefield was conquered as the result of an alliance both partners would...
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    Re: The thread for the very sad stuff

    plenty of Buggies and replacement parts left. Saw one crushed by a truck on a motorway the other day. And some years ago when I was still young and fresh I got to partake in a prank where we...
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    Battle of Gaxia then. Or any of the battles from the Qin period.
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    Re: Europe in the winter time?

    Spring of 1940 was nice.
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    Re: How do YOU sound like?

    literally no Norwegian sounds like that.
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    the bearded fella on the horse looks like a famous character from the romance of the three kingdoms. ;)
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    TRUTH! have your rep and your turn
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    Thanks to both of you.

    https://i.imgur.com/uQYtd6u.png
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    I had to think so hard. I jumped to Vietnam but I couldn't remember any battles with the Northvietnamese regular Army that was that quick. Then I remembered another very active pro Soviet country,...
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    Battle of Kapyong?

    EDIT: Or Imjin. Both are 3 days.
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    This isn't the time for medical experiments! The time proven method to avoid hangovers is to never stop drinking.
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    You broke them up for a good reason :luv:
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    Well if his friends girlfriend hadn't broken up with him Akar would've been day drinking alone.
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    Re: Name that Battle!

    It's kinda hard to tell from the angle, I'd say it's either T-34-85 or IS-2 from 1944 onwards. Given the size differences, I'm leaning more to the latter. I'm completely clueless as to the actual...
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    Re: Europe in the winter time?

    It actually depends. In Scandinavian winter you have hygge and the snow is less cold than icy pouring rain coming at you sideways with high velocity. In Eastern Europe the roads turn to mud during...
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    Good times, good times. 10/10 would ruin everyone's fun again
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    Everyone: Shush. This thread is over. We need a new thread where I get to be first.
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    10000st
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    Re: Napoleons best opponents

    Really this. The personal achievement by Napoleon was really his operational prowess.

    Napoleons success in the Italian campaign wasn't so much achieved by quality but rather by local numerical...
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    Re: Napoleons best opponents

    It is very much true that Napoleon owed much of his success his very effective Artillery, yes, but not just that.

    He was very skilled in maneuver warfare, and that in my opinion was far more...
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    1st :)

    EDIT: Damn it. Abdül pls close thread
  23. Thread: Genealogy

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    Re: Genealogy

    Thing is that when you do those genealogy tests you're signing away all the rights to what I'd consider extremely private for both you and your family as the corporations handling your DNA reserve...
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    Re: The Chat Thread (Read OP)

    I never saw the ending coming.
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    Re: The Chat Thread (Read OP)

    He was born at 106, that's 29 years ago, so he's 135 now.
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    Re: Julian Assange is arrested by British police

    "not immune to counterintelligence"=deserve assassination. Keep going with the newspeak euphemisms. The senate report is also glorious. If the government says the meanie who says bad things about...
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    Re: Julian Assange is arrested by British police

    "necessitates counterintelligence by the US" - what a great way to phrase your advocacy of a heinous crime.

    Great job shilling for the assassination of a journalist who so far has been proven...
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    Re: Julian Assange is arrested by British police

    I'm sure Legio will agree with me that the American constitution is in dire need of some upgrades:

    "Yeah you can say what you want and criticise our government, but only if you criticise our...
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    Re: The Chat Thread (Read OP)

    what if you want people to know it was you? A true alpha hides nothing!
  30. Re: The Return of the Flinn (EXCLUSIVE TIME LIMITED OFFER MERCH)

    Everyone talks about the miracles of Jesus feeding thousands with 5 loaves and 2 fish and Jesus turning water into wine. No one talks about how the sudden flooding of the market crashed the fishing...
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    Re: Historical Who Am I Riddles

    I actually meant me, but you get the point and the turn. :)
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    Re: Historical Who Am I Riddles

    Yo, yo,
    Step up, you'll be shocked when I spit and start static
    I'll rip your style and add it to my long list of patents
    I'm stealing stuff, there's just no putting it gently
    I don't alternate...
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    Re: Historical Who Am I Riddles

    Emilio Mola?
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    Re: Original Sin and the Nature of Christ

    We're talking the original sin. If you want to artificial restrict the topic to one narrow interpretation please do justify that.

    I'm all for religion critique but those who do the simple minded...
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    Re: Original Sin and the Nature of Christ

    I have not known about your health at all. Sorry to hear about those issues. Anyhow I didn't do a snarky remark about a typo (I do those myself), I meant it more as in: This is what I think you...
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    Re: Original Sin and the Nature of Christ

    I assume you meant to say "aren't a sin". Your second sentence shows you pretty much missed the point entirely, which has pretty much nothing to do with hell. During a child's development the first...
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    Re: Original Sin and the Nature of Christ

    Ah, but then that's hardly relevant to what you were responding to with that. Plus few generalisations are possible there. By far not all children of parents who commit crimes do experience trauma,...
  38. Thread: Guess where?

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    Re: Guess where?

    Correct. View is on the Vierwaldstättersee which I had a fun time staring at whilst in a traffic jam that with very few intermissions lasted the entire length of Switzerland.
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    Re: Original Sin and the Nature of Christ

    No, a child does not reenact their parents behaviour out of simple psychological burden. Whilst the nature vs nurture debate is still ongoing there's a wealth of information available on the subject...
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    Re: Original Sin and the Nature of Christ

    Meh, not really. Children following in their parents footsteps even when those were missteps is observable in real life. I'll go ahead and quote a psychology teacher of mine (whom I hated, who was a...
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