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User avatar #30134 - metalmind (05/22/2013) [-]
A question for citizens of the EU (or others):
How concerned are you about Germany gaining more and more power in the EU and internationally?
#30239 to #30134 - repostsrepost (05/23/2013) [-]
Not at all. Without Germany the Eurozone falls apart. But the Eurozone holds Germany back. Germany as an important ally is an excellent wedge against anything the Russians might do. Although the EU itself is a doomed idea to begin with(the euro and the ECB in particular)
User avatar #30135 to #30134 - mykoira (05/22/2013) [-]
fourth Reich.
User avatar #30119 - beatmasterz (05/22/2013) [-]
I'm studying the history of my country and its endless battle against tyrrany of France, Spain and Germany and it's everlasting strive for freedom and democracy.
#30240 to #30119 - repostsrepost (05/23/2013) [-]
If the Netherlands wants to call itself a victim of endless waves of conquerers, I believe Indonesia wants to have a word with you.
User avatar #30243 to #30240 - beatmasterz (05/23/2013) [-]
When did I say we're victims?
#30124 to #30119 - valeriya (05/22/2013) [-]
What country?
User avatar #30125 to #30124 - beatmasterz (05/22/2013) [-]
netherlands
#30126 to #30125 - valeriya (05/22/2013) [-]
Tulips.
User avatar #30127 to #30126 - beatmasterz (05/22/2013) [-]
those are turkish
#30128 to #30127 - valeriya (05/22/2013) [-]
Google Tulip mania.
User avatar #30136 to #30128 - beatmasterz (05/22/2013) [-]
I know they're dutch, but they originate from turkey.
User avatar #30078 - oxan (05/22/2013) [-]
In Australia, the poverty line is 50% of median income. 12.8% of all Australians live in poverty; 17.3% of all Australian children live in poverty.

What's more worrying is if we use the more common definition of poverty - 60% of median income - the number jumps to 20.9% of all Australias; 26.1% of all Australian children.

A quarter of all children, and nearly a quarter of all citizens. That's messed up.
#30095 to #30078 - repostsrepost (05/22/2013) [-]
Calculating poverty as a percentage of a median income is retarded. Statistically its just stupid. In any distribution having 12% of the data less than 50% of the average value isn't very far fetched. Of course one in four Australians is a poor fuck. Significant numbers of people will always be in poverty if you calculate it that way. What does that tell me about the people actually in poverty? Absolutely nothing.
User avatar #30096 to #30095 - oxan (05/22/2013) [-]
What alternative would you suggest? Median income is probably about as balanced as you'll get, and to live on less than 50% (or 60%) is quite tough. It does its job as an indicator of poverty.
#30118 to #30096 - repostsrepost (05/22/2013) [-]
Also if you use median income instead of mean income you'd definitely be skewing the true average income downwards. So the average Australian is actually a little bit richer than you think.
User avatar #30145 to #30118 - oxan (05/22/2013) [-]
I'm well aware of the difference between the mean and median. The median is used in all countries because it avoids the extreme rich and the extreme poor from too strongly influencing the statistics.
#30117 to #30096 - repostsrepost (05/22/2013) [-]
If you keep at a relative term, you're bound to have significant numbers of poverty everywhere.Because that's how a distribution works. You'll have an average value(or more often than not a range of values) and there will be a significant number of people significantly poorer than the average and you will have a significant number of people richer than the average. If you want to address poverty as a problem you need to address it in absolute terms. Malnutrition, illness, lack of shelter, lack of clean drinking water, which in the western world is statistically negligible. If you look at relative poverty, poverty becomes a self fulfilling prophecy. Unless you steal everyone's money so that everyone has nothing.
User avatar #30146 to #30117 - oxan (05/22/2013) [-]
Relative poverty is still of great concern. Indeed, relative poverty is better than absolute poverty, but it's still generally a tough life. When you look at state's like Australia that have a poverty rate of up to 20% by European standards, and then look at states that have (or had) less than 2%, you realise that it's an actual concern.
User avatar #30081 to #30078 - pebar (05/22/2013) [-]
If poverty is defined as a percent of median income, then it proves nothing about how well off those people are. The median income could be $100,000,000 and there would still be 12.8% in "poverty."
Just because income isn't equally distributed, it doesn't mean the people on the low end of the spectrum are suffering...

absolute poverty =/= relative poverty
User avatar #30082 to #30081 - oxan (05/22/2013) [-]
The argument would be credible, if the median income was, in fact, $100,000,000. Even then, you'd find $50,000,000 would be difficult to live on, considering the increase in living costs that would accompany such a high median income.

Indeed, absolute poverty is worse than relative poverty, but that doesn't justify dismissing the suffering of those in relative poverty. It is, in fact, quite difficult. You realise that if you're living in relative poverty, you're still quite close to absolute poverty, right? For example: people in relative poverty may barely be able to afford the fuel they require to get to their job, the job that keeps them from living in absolute poverty.

Not to mention the damaging pyschological affects, the crime, and the cycle of poverty.
User avatar #30086 to #30082 - pebar (05/22/2013) [-]
Before we go off into another communism vs capitalism argument, I just wanna say there are some things I think should be public goods and funded by society. For example, education (only K-12, not college) and emergency health care for things like broken bones, stitches, blood transfusions, surgery due to physical trauma from something like a car accident, and not to mention things like police and the fire department. However, when you have things like welfare, especially when this welfare is given only to those in poverty, people lose motivation to work hard because working hard means they no longer get that welfare; its basically subsidizing inactivity. Government involvement in the economy must be very careful because as a general rule, governments fuck things up when they get involved. I agree that being poor does play a part in crime, but that is an oversimplification; most crime is due to foolish laws that create black markets and gangs. As for the cycle of poverty, that's a normal part of life.

Now that that's settled, we can continue communism vs mixed economy, round whatever.
User avatar #30088 to #30086 - oxan (05/22/2013) [-]
I never intended for this to be a communist/capitalist argument. We were simply discussing poverty. Capitalism isn't the cause of poverty, class is. Fair?

Welfare payments are generally set below the poverty line, in order for people to work. The percentage of people living below 50% of the median income where welfare is the main source of income is just about the same as those living below 60% of the median income. Is it, then, really subsidising inacvitity? Even then, it's not so much welfare that perpetuates poverty. The cultural of poverty that forms due to the cycle of poverty is too often ignored.

Now, to claim that governments 'fuck things up when they get involved' is a bit of a stretch. How many countries have industrialised themselves without significant government intervention?

I would argue that the 'foolish laws create crime' is more of an oversimplification than poverty does. There is a cultural goal - that is, to acquire material wealth. When legal methods are restricted (when poor people can't access higher education, for example), people turn to illegal methods. The cultural goal remains the same, the means to achieve the goal, however, can vary. Of course, there are times when foolish laws contribute. You are, I suppose, technically correct when you say most crime is created by law - crime is, of course, only considered crime because of laws. But you and I both know what you really mean. But even then, to say that most crime is created by foolish laws is a gross oversimplification. As for gangs, who joins gangs? Poor, powerless, desperate, poorly educated individuals, mostly, whom are still seeking the same cultural goal as more fortunate folk.

As for the cycle of poverty being part of normal life, sure. But cycle of poverty essentially means a lack of social mobility. Social mobility can be increased. For all its flaws, social mobility was significantly easier in the USSR than in the US.
User avatar #30091 to #30088 - pebar (05/22/2013) [-]
It's unfair to say class causes poverty since it's usually class that decides what poverty is.

You get free money when you don't work. If you start working, you now receive your own money but you're no longer getting free money so you have no net increase in wage, only now you're working. It's not worth it to start working again because there's a cost barrier. The leap from on welfare to own your own would have to be big enough to overcome that barrier.

Dubai, Hong Cong, etc...

It's not really the crime itself that's bad, it's the effect on society. For example, thousands of deaths are caused when bystanders get caught in gang activity. Gangs profit mostly from trafficking illegal goods because a market still exists for them. Most of this revenue is from marijuana. I would argue that allowing competition would significantly lower the price and drive gangs out of business.

Who joins gangs but poor desperate people? Sounds like the Russian revolution...
User avatar #30092 to #30091 - oxan (05/22/2013) [-]
What causes poverty if not class? Why reason is there for poverty if not class? And no, poverty is not defined by class - poverty can just correspond with class.

Exactly, which is why welfare is below the poverty line. But what about when there are, in fact, no jobs? I was reading only earlier about a qualified engineer waititng tables in Greece. Of course, it's not that bad here, but there is sometimes simply no future prospects.

Neither of those are countries, and Hong Kong is more of a services sector, isn't it? Even so, it was a British territory. I forget the specifics, so I'll get back to you when I refresh it later. As for Dubai, their development would not be possible without the outright exploitation of migrant workers, whom are often owed wages, and therefore unable to leave to improve their conditions.

Sure, legalise marijuana, what then? They'll just push other drugs. There will always be contraband, and there will always be contraband too vile to legalise.

A vanguard leading the class consciousness proletariat in an attempt to emancipate themselves is not even close to a gang. Would you equate the revolutionary Americans in the late 1700s to mere gangs?
User avatar #30093 to #30092 - pebar (05/22/2013) [-]
elaborate on "owned wages"
User avatar #30094 to #30093 - oxan (05/22/2013) [-]
Was reading all about it waiting in Dubai airport.

"A 2006 NPR report quoted Baya Sayid Mubarak, the Indian consul for labor and welfare in Dubai, as saying "the city's economic miracle would not be possible without armies of poorly paid construction workers from the Indian sub-continent". The NPR report stated that foreign construction workers lived "eight and ten to a room in labor camps" and that "many are trapped in a cycle of poverty and debt, which amounts to little more than indentured servitude."

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dubai#Human_rights
http://www.npr.org/templates/transcript/transcript.php?storyId=5250718 (Wikipedia's source)

And from the NPR source:

'WATSON: Most of these men make about $150 a month and many are trapped in a cycle of poverty and debt, which amounts to little more than indentured servitude. Twenty-four-year-old Sivanescin Argimen(ph) says he hasn't seen his wife and two children since the day he left India five years ago, after he took out loans to pay for his plane ticket. '
User avatar #30097 to #30094 - oxan (05/22/2013) [-]
Just realised what I reread today doesn't specifically mention owed wages. Forgive me, it's been like two months since I read about it.
User avatar #30075 - pebar (05/22/2013) [-]
Apparently some senator blamed the recent tornadoes on climate changed and called for more government action.

Not even 24 hours......... fucking politicians....
User avatar #30129 to #30075 - metalmind (05/22/2013) [-]
Yeah, stupid senator, drawing conclusions from evidence, what does he think he is, sane?
After all, the fact that the earth is slowly warming, leading to extremer climatic situations like stronger hurricanes, droughts and snowstorms is just a fact, accepted by 97% of scientists. So yeah, you're absolutley "right" condeming him for trying to raise attention to the cause of these stronger stroms. He's trying to save what is still is possible to save, trying to remind people of a very important issue.
How dare he assume that you don't like larger tornados or costal cities flooded by 2100. How dare he.
#30116 to #30075 - Womens Study Major (05/22/2013) [-]
They're blind and stupid. Laws and regulations aren't going to stop the Air Nomads.
#30113 to #30075 - valeriya (05/22/2013) [-]
Eh the environment can always take another one for the team.
User avatar #30132 to #30113 - metalmind (05/22/2013) [-]
It can, but we can't. The environment won't fade out of existance, but we will be affected. Even with the best possible outcome, 0,5 meters of sea level rise until 2100 (it could be up to 2 meters), a few hundred million people will loose their land to the sea. (Including some US cities. Think about it, if it rises more than 0,75 meters, what would that mean for Manhattan? Not to mention Bangladesh.)
#30160 to #30132 - Womens Study Major (05/22/2013) [-]
THE OCEANS ARE RISING VIA WATER DISPLACEMENT FROM FAT BEN MAKING SO MUCH POOP IN THEM
#30133 to #30132 - valeriya (05/22/2013) [-]
They'll die, nothing more, perhaps the government will relocate them perhaps not perhaps they will move themselves, the plain and simple truth.
User avatar #30079 to #30075 - medewu ONLINE (05/22/2013) [-]
BAN WEATHER! WEATHER KILLS PEOPLE!
#30072 - roliga (05/22/2013) [-]
So I don't see much talk about the fuck up that the IRS has been lately. Do you think it's related to the president at all? I haven't been following it closely and I'd like some more info on it. Gif unrelated.
So I don't see much talk about the fuck up that the IRS has been lately. Do you think it's related to the president at all? I haven't been following it closely and I'd like some more info on it. Gif unrelated.
User avatar #30087 to #30072 - oxan (05/22/2013) [-]
I'm entranced by that gif.

But, there's a reason organisations like the IRS have their own directors and such. A head of state or government cannot physically know or do everything, that's why cabinets exist. I'm not actually familar with the situation you're speaking of, so I'm simply speaking generally.
User avatar #30077 to #30072 - pebar (05/22/2013) [-]
either the president knew about it or he didn't

so either Obama is corrupt and not fit to be president
or he's incompetent and not fit to be president
User avatar #30114 to #30077 - rageisfunny (05/22/2013) [-]
Yea, well his aides knew about it, and he is claiming he didn't know? SO he isn't even aware of what goes on his DJ 4DM1Nistration.
#30059 - akkere ONLINE (05/22/2013) [-]
It would seem that one controversy with the Oklahoma Disaster is in regards to the senators, whom had repeatedly opposed the Hurricane Sandy relief. Due to the severe extent of this disaster that seems to be of such a high degree that the damage exceeds beyond the standard preparation of the average tornado that the people are accustomed too, aid seems to be more a prevalent need for the victims.   
   
www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/20/oklahoma-senators-disaster-relief_n_3309234.html   
   
Speaking as someone who had lost their home because of Sandy, I can't quite say I'd want the people themselves to be punished for this (even though they did supposedly vote these senators into their respective office; there's always a sufficient amount of people that didn't)   
However, I do think that, with the acceptance of aid, the senators themselves should have their political careers completely eradicated. It was already hypocritical enough when those that voted against the relief had the audacity to come to New York to gain campaign funds, after all.   
   
What do you think?
It would seem that one controversy with the Oklahoma Disaster is in regards to the senators, whom had repeatedly opposed the Hurricane Sandy relief. Due to the severe extent of this disaster that seems to be of such a high degree that the damage exceeds beyond the standard preparation of the average tornado that the people are accustomed too, aid seems to be more a prevalent need for the victims.

www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/20/oklahoma-senators-disaster-relief_n_3309234.html

Speaking as someone who had lost their home because of Sandy, I can't quite say I'd want the people themselves to be punished for this (even though they did supposedly vote these senators into their respective office; there's always a sufficient amount of people that didn't)
However, I do think that, with the acceptance of aid, the senators themselves should have their political careers completely eradicated. It was already hypocritical enough when those that voted against the relief had the audacity to come to New York to gain campaign funds, after all.

What do you think?
User avatar #30064 to #30059 - oxan (05/22/2013) [-]
If these senators request federal support - which, if they have a conscience, they should - then they should certainly be removed from office. It's unacceptable to do any less.

Reminds me how the same politicians that criticised Obama for wasteful spending allowed some company to keep manufacturing tanks for the army, despite the Pentagon saying they didn't want anymore.
#30074 to #30064 - akkere ONLINE (05/22/2013) [-]
I agree, and I can see this incident pulling in more than just the senators of Oklahoma under the net as well.    
This is certainly going to be something that could very well be heavily referenced in the 2014 Senate and Congressional races.   
   
In any case, it would seem that Coburn has desired for there to be aid, but maintains a stance that it should be offset by spending cuts.    
www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/05/21/oklahoma-sen-coburn-tornado-relief-funds-must-be-offset-with-spending-cuts/   
   
His own people are suffering, and he's trying to pretend he's the one still in control of all this.
I agree, and I can see this incident pulling in more than just the senators of Oklahoma under the net as well.
This is certainly going to be something that could very well be heavily referenced in the 2014 Senate and Congressional races.

In any case, it would seem that Coburn has desired for there to be aid, but maintains a stance that it should be offset by spending cuts.
www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/05/21/oklahoma-sen-coburn-tornado-relief-funds-must-be-offset-with-spending-cuts/

His own people are suffering, and he's trying to pretend he's the one still in control of all this.
User avatar #30006 - eight (05/22/2013) [-]
Will you be supporting Adam Kokesh's armed march on DC?

I am still indecisive.
User avatar #30070 to #30006 - roliga (05/22/2013) [-]
I like his message but I dont think marching with loaded rifles is the best way of getting his point across.
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#30001 - levchenko (05/21/2013) [-]
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How do you think Earth would turn out if the 3rd Reich had won?
User avatar #30105 to #30001 - maddboiy (05/22/2013) [-]
Read Fatherland by Robert Harris, it's basically the 70's in a world where Hitler won D-Day and no-one found out about the Holocaust, damn good book if i do say so
User avatar #30111 to #30105 - levchenko (05/22/2013) [-]
I will thank you!
#30083 to #30001 - repostsrepost (05/22/2013) [-]
Not much differently really. The Nazis weren't conquering the British Empire. They'd need to essentially take over the world. And they'd need to destroy the RAF and the Royal Navy. And attempting to invade the United States would have been more disastrous than the Russian Campaign. You wouldn't have had a US vs Russia Cold War. You'd probably have a Nazi dominated Europe, A British Empire, The Americas largely in the US lap, and Asia a clusterfuck. ( you said nothing about the results of the Pacific War so I'm going to assume the results were the same) Eventually the Nazi Iron Curtain would fall due to economic collapse as the German War economy drained its ability to grow financially. It would be interesting to say the least.
#30062 to #30001 - akkere ONLINE (05/22/2013) [-]
What exactly are circumstances of their victory?   
   
Most people seem to think that if the 3rd Reich hypothetically "won" the war, that somehow everyone would be on board with the Nazis and immediately enter a state of progression where everyone walks in one line.   
   
However, I feel that's painfully unrealistic.   
   
What I feel is more likely to happen is a similar scenario to the fall of the Roman Empire, where the 3rd Reich would have spread too thin and nations that have ethnic tensions and old-nationalistic tendencies would produce a series of revolts.   
Especially in part that there's no way the 3rd Reich government would play nice with their former enemies, especially with the way they were gunning through the territories they conquered.   
   
To put it quite simply, there doesn't seem to be much of a chance that the 3rd Reich, on the unlikely chance they had conquered the immeasurable amounts of territory to win the war, would be able to maintain it long enough to even uphold the theory that they would somehow produce a period of technological progression, because the people just simply wouldn't stand for being conquered by a group that most likely wouldn't be so fair to them.
What exactly are circumstances of their victory?

Most people seem to think that if the 3rd Reich hypothetically "won" the war, that somehow everyone would be on board with the Nazis and immediately enter a state of progression where everyone walks in one line.

However, I feel that's painfully unrealistic.

What I feel is more likely to happen is a similar scenario to the fall of the Roman Empire, where the 3rd Reich would have spread too thin and nations that have ethnic tensions and old-nationalistic tendencies would produce a series of revolts.
Especially in part that there's no way the 3rd Reich government would play nice with their former enemies, especially with the way they were gunning through the territories they conquered.

To put it quite simply, there doesn't seem to be much of a chance that the 3rd Reich, on the unlikely chance they had conquered the immeasurable amounts of territory to win the war, would be able to maintain it long enough to even uphold the theory that they would somehow produce a period of technological progression, because the people just simply wouldn't stand for being conquered by a group that most likely wouldn't be so fair to them.
#30037 to #30001 - Womens Study Major (05/22/2013) [-]
Better than if the reds had won.
User avatar #30016 to #30001 - feelythefeel ONLINE (05/22/2013) [-]
Although I doubt that they would have gotten very far past Europe, it is an interesting thing to ponder. Perhaps the oppression would have caused a complete turn around after a period of stability like in the comunist revolutions in Russia (Not necessarily into communism, but to something of a drastically different form). One thing that we can assume is that Germany's economy would have suffered, considering it was very wartime oriented.
User avatar #30018 to #30016 - feelythefeel ONLINE (05/22/2013) [-]
I meant to say instability.
User avatar #30007 to #30001 - eight (05/22/2013) [-]
Hard to say. I doubt they would have conquered America, but if you lived in Europe, you would definitely be speaking German. You might have a lot less freedom too. There isn't much that can be said with any degree of certainty.
User avatar #30015 to #30007 - levchenko (05/22/2013) [-]
Do you think we would be ahead Tech wise?
User avatar #30019 to #30015 - eight (05/22/2013) [-]
No clue, I'm not sure that is even something that could be discerned.
#29988 - feelythefeel ONLINE (05/21/2013) [-]
A while back I found out that my province has a communist party. How common are communist parties? Do any of them even win anything any more?
A while back I found out that my province has a communist party. How common are communist parties? Do any of them even win anything any more?
User avatar #30030 to #29988 - oxan (05/22/2013) [-]
Every country has a communist party. Unless they're merely social-democratic traitors, they tend to fare well enough in tough times. One of Greece's communist parties has about 13 seats in the national legislature. The CP of the Russian Federation is the second largest party in the duma. In Australia, the CP has one seat in a state parliament.
User avatar #29994 to #29988 - teoberry (05/21/2013) [-]
Most (Canadian) provinces have one. Which one you from?
User avatar #30008 to #29994 - feelythefeel ONLINE (05/22/2013) [-]
BC.
User avatar #30021 to #30008 - teoberry (05/22/2013) [-]
Nice. Albertafag here.
User avatar #30022 to #30021 - feelythefeel ONLINE (05/22/2013) [-]
Fuck is it cold in central Alberta.
User avatar #30023 to #30022 - teoberry (05/22/2013) [-]
I'm a bit farther south (Calgary), but it's decent. However, October to April was whole different story.
User avatar #30024 to #30023 - feelythefeel ONLINE (05/22/2013) [-]
I use to be a Red-Deer fag, thank Lucifer I'm not anymore.
User avatar #30025 to #30024 - teoberry (05/22/2013) [-]
Yeah, the smaller towns always seem to be colder. It's a nice place however.
User avatar #30027 to #30025 - feelythefeel ONLINE (05/22/2013) [-]
Obviously you haven't seen the gangs. Sweet Thor the gangs.
User avatar #30035 to #30027 - teoberry (05/22/2013) [-]
Biker gangs, or what? Here we just have some dumb gooks who don't do shit.
User avatar #30038 to #30035 - feelythefeel ONLINE (05/22/2013) [-]
For the most part it was like that, but RD was known for its heavy drug trafficking because of its location.
User avatar #30043 to #30038 - teoberry (05/22/2013) [-]
I guess, considering it's close to Calgary and Edmonton, and on the same highway as fort Mac, which has a lot of drug usage.
#29991 to #29988 - Womens Study Major (05/21/2013) [-]
they won in 2008 and 2012
User avatar #29993 to #29991 - feelythefeel ONLINE (05/21/2013) [-]
What country?
User avatar #29998 to #29993 - CapnInterwebz (05/21/2013) [-]
it's a joke about democrats in America, I'm guessing
User avatar #29990 to #29988 - mykoira (05/21/2013) [-]
in Finland we had two in last our last parliamentary elections and they got over 10,000 votes (out of 2,000,000)
#29989 to #29988 - valeriya (05/21/2013) [-]
Depends where I'm from (Russia) the communist party is the second largest party both in local and national governments against a ruling party that has the dead voting for them. I'm pretty certain alot of places have communist parties, if or not they're public or on the ballots is a different question.
#29903 - oxan (05/21/2013) [-]
This is more for those of us who have more 'extreme' views.

How open are you with your political beliefs? Particularly fascists.

Pic somewhat related.
#29895 - feelythefeel ONLINE (05/21/2013) [-]
Ask the lingering spirit of Stalin given corporeal form anything, comrades.
Ask the lingering spirit of Stalin given corporeal form anything, comrades.
#29900 to #29895 - medewu ONLINE (05/21/2013) [-]
Comrade... Stalin...

I have no pride for you who ruined everything
My revolution was doing to stop the bourgeoisie!
I fought the bondage of classes, the proletariat masses!
And Joseph you were supposed to be my right hand man,
But your loyalty shriveled up like your right hand, man!
Our whole future was bright, you let your heart grow dark,
And stopped the greatest revolution!
User avatar #29984 to #29900 - feelythefeel ONLINE (05/21/2013) [-]
nou
User avatar #29901 to #29900 - oxan (05/21/2013) [-]
SINCE THE BIRTH OF MARX.

Did somebody say, birthmarks?
Yo, I'm the host with the most glasnost.
Arseholes made a mess and the war got cold.
Shook hands with both Ronalds, Reagan and McDonalds, no doubt
If your name ends with 'in', time to get out.
User avatar #29958 to #29901 - CapnInterwebz (05/21/2013) [-]
I had the balls to let Baryshnikov dance player
Took down that Wall like the Kool-Aid Man (oh yeah!)
You two need yoga
You need a shower
And you ALL need to learn how to handle real power
#29905 to #29901 - valeriya (05/21/2013) [-]
What...
#29907 to #29906 - valeriya (05/21/2013) [-]
It all makes sense now, have a video of putin singing in english

www.youtube.com/watch?v=IV4IjHz2yIo
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#29908 to #29907 - oxan (05/21/2013) [-]
Nice.
Nice.
User avatar #29896 to #29895 - oxan (05/21/2013) [-]
What's Comrade Stalin's favourite meal?
User avatar #29985 to #29896 - feelythefeel ONLINE (05/21/2013) [-]
The tears of the proletariat, of course.
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#29890 - Womens Study Major (05/21/2013) [-]
These tornadoes are part of a conspiracy by the Obama ad.ministration to distract us from the IRS and Benghazi scandals.
#30061 to #29890 - Womens Study Major (05/22/2013) [-]
No, no! It's the Air Nomads! They're trying to take over and need to be stopped!
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#30063 to #30009 - Womens Study Major (05/22/2013) [-]
Or we could take the Democrat approach and cry "OMG GLOBAL WARMING DID THIS!" and put feel-good legislations and restrictions on energy.
User avatar #29897 to #29882 - oxan (05/21/2013) [-]
Why am I reading tornadoes as tomatoes?
User avatar #29885 to #29882 - Shiny ONLINE (05/21/2013) [-]
You say it like the ability to fully control the weather wouldn't be fantastic.
User avatar #29891 to #29885 - medewu ONLINE (05/21/2013) [-]
I would have to much fucking fun... if I controlled the weather...
#29884 to #29882 - repostsrepost (05/21/2013) [-]
You need to address the problem at its source. Think bigger. Ban bigger. We need to ban weather. Are all those kids dying from thunderstrikes less important?
User avatar #29876 - sierraoneoneseven (05/21/2013) [-]
Anyone else thing the obama DJ 4DM1N is in some deep doodoo with all the slew of scandals and horrible decisions?
#29883 to #29876 - Womens Study Major (05/21/2013) [-]
No, because his followers will just eat up everything he and his a​dm​instration says and blame it on the Republicans as usual.
User avatar #29875 - eight (05/21/2013) [-]
Thoughts on Adam Kokesh?
User avatar #29978 to #29875 - rageisfunny (05/21/2013) [-]
Just another sign that our rights are being shat upon by the federal government. (If what I read on the matter was truthful).
#29874 - Womens Study Major (05/21/2013) [-]
Ask a North Korean Citizen anything.
User avatar #29893 to #29874 - feelythefeel ONLINE (05/21/2013) [-]
What is love?
User avatar #29878 to #29874 - CapnInterwebz (05/21/2013) [-]
Who did you have to kill to get your internet connection?
#29880 to #29878 - Womens Study Major (05/21/2013) [-]
I believe it is the one you American pigs call Nicki Minaj. Your Supreme Leader rewarded my efforts with internets.
User avatar #29881 to #29880 - CapnInterwebz (05/21/2013) [-]
You'd be rewarded for that over here too
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#29871 - Womens Study Major (05/21/2013) [-]
˙uɐılɐɹʇsn∀ ɹǝdoɹd ɐ ǝʞıl ʞɐǝds plnoɥs uɐxO
User avatar #29898 to #29871 - oxan (05/21/2013) [-]
True, mate?
#29869 - Womens Study Major (05/21/2013) [-]
I without was out is funny honey. "Then he to and" said I. Once in the climbed and sang a buzz! "Buzz! I am," said the that door making an eat the Poo.
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