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    No, you are just protesting very, very quietly.

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    Family Guy used to be outstanding, but American Dad has become the better of McFarlane's work. I'd watch the Simpsons but more as something to watch than something I'd seek out to watch: having been around for so long it starts to get sameish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poach View Post
    Family Guy used to be outstanding, but American Dad has become the better of McFarlane's work. I'd watch the Simpsons but more as something to watch than something I'd seek out to watch: having been around for so long it starts to get sameish.
    Far as animated shows go, Archer is where its at

    This reminds me of my little brother a bit to much lol
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    Ted it is then. Shame about Jack Reacher, but I knew as son as I saw they had cast Tom Cruise that it was a little odd. In the books Jack Reacher is built like a bull and they cast mini Tom Cruise...

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    See, now I'm not sure if I like Archer as much now.

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    Heh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bastard Feudalism View Post
    See, now I'm not sure if I like Archer as much now.
    If you let him talk on this thread he's gonna think he's people

    And anyways, I think I found a Show I like almost as much as Archer. Kroll show, though I feel like Im losing IQ points watching it.



    Love to see those real housewives shows parodied, heck, I think thats everything wrong with america
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    27 votes for GSTK. I think that may be a record.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Narf View Post
    27 votes for GSTK. I think that may be a record.
    In what sense? Specifically related to GSTK or just in general? Regardless this "reboot" clearly has some backing, hopefully something fun will come of it!

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    Take the women in combat arms discussion to the Mudpit.

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    Very good poach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magicman2051 View Post
    I'm reasonably sure that Brewster was joking. You need to take things less personally ^^

    And anyway, clearly the better animated comedy is Dilbert.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magicman2051 View Post
    In what sense? Specifically related to GSTK or just in general? Regardless this "reboot" clearly has some backing, hopefully something fun will come of it!
    Maybe half of those will actually play, and half of that half with actually stick it out and be active for a few months.

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    I think Legio's been reading the Flowers of Evil.


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    Is that a Gothic themed book?
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    It's 19th Century post-Revolution French eroticism put into poems.
    IE, Erotic desires that are or were considered "deep and dark" practices to supress or ignore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bastard Feudalism View Post
    It's 19th Century post-Revolution French eroticism put into poems.
    IE, Erotic desires that are or were considered "deep and dark" practices to supress or ignore.
    Hahahaha well werent the french less inhibited then everyone else back then and have a lower birthrate, hahaha perhaps they should of spent less time writing plays about singing revolutionaries and romanticism and eroticsm and instead created some more heavy industry adn a more organized military

    And damn, the Isrealis just bombed Syria. The middle east is just a bloody mess :SMH
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    I can't exactly respond to that as it has no actual historical backing to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ace_General View Post
    And damn, the Isrealis just bombed Syria. The middle east is just a bloody mess :SMH
    And The united nations is just going to allow it to slide. I mean if any other nation attacked another one, The united nations would condemn it. But if Israel attacks something they all turn their backs and let it happen. Even though Israel and Syria are still at war with each other so I guess they could just attack whatever they want.

    Also lets add something else to this mix. If you think about it.. North Korea is more of a threat than iran is in terms of Nuclear weapons. But because Israel is afraid that someone actually hates them, They go please stop iran from getting Nukes when they do not even have one nor do I see them getting it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bastard Feudalism View Post
    I can't exactly respond to that as it has no actual historical backing to it.
    Well to go on a historical basis, the French invested more in craft based luxery/higher valued added industries, invested abroad and had a large colonial empire along with a smaller birth rate, so sorta it was sorta right, there was a reason why France was not able to beat Prussia/Germany in the Franco-Prussian war
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