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#277 - shards
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(07/18/2013) [-]
#319 to #277 - mutzaki
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(07/18/2013) [-]
Dat square ass.
#31 - TheGermanGuy ONLINE
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(07/17/2013) [-]
Richard Nixon is death? Somehow that makes me sad.
Richard Nixon is death? Somehow that makes me sad.
#185 to #31 - mayormilkman
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(07/18/2013) [-]
Well, it has been one hundred years since he was born.
#171 - malhaloc
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(07/18/2013) [-]
The pyramids were actually built by...
#97 - QuestionMarks
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(07/18/2013) [-]
so what you're telling me is only Jesus can prevent forest fires
#85 - zorororonoa
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(07/18/2013) [-]
MFW links on every pic
MFW links on every pic
#278 - garymuthafuknoak ONLINE
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(07/18/2013) [-]
maybe because 80% of Nazi Germany's army was in the Soviet Union?
maybe because 80% of Nazi Germany's army was in the Soviet Union?
#69 - coopadaman
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(07/18/2013) [-]
That means that Yeezus is close to correct (nice job Kanye)
That means that Yeezus is close to correct (nice job Kanye)
#70 to #69 - yeezus
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(07/18/2013) [-]
yeezus is nothing compared to the beauty of late registration
#71 to #70 - coopadaman
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(07/18/2013) [-]
But your name
But your name
#80 to #71 - yeezus
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(07/18/2013) [-]
made pre-yeezus dropping
#88 to #80 - coopadaman
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(07/18/2013) [-]
would that technically be BK before kanye
would that technically be BK before kanye
#89 to #88 - yeezus
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(07/18/2013) [-]
yes
#114 to #70 - thankins
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(07/18/2013) [-]
I gotta say 808s and Heartbreak is better than both. Praise Yeezus
#219 - tinkotin
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(07/18/2013) [-]
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what the **** did you just say
#72 - bfudge
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(07/18/2013) [-]
She needs to do some Squats!
#344 - sexpresso
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#345 to #344 - sexpresso
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#346 to #345 - sexpresso
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#348 to #346 - amuro
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(07/18/2013) [-]
No ****, sherlock :rolleyes:
#350 to #348 - sexpresso
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#236 - I Am Monkey
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The Soviet body count was so high because of the way they fought with complete disregard for their own men. Their primary tactic was to overwhelm the enemy with poorly equip infantry. They would employ human wave attacks and shoot soldiers who refused to go. If they fled they would shoot their comrades in their place.

At the end of the war they essentially wasted a million men to get to Berlin before the Allies. Rather than let an already ending war take it's natural course, they needlessly got even more aggressive with their push through Germany and resorted to the tactic of "Throw men at it until it dies".
#25 - mankey
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#57 to #25 - Crusader
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(07/18/2013) [-]
Not true, if you look at the stories, a lot of the stuff about Horus has been made up, or mixed up with other gods, show the source next time.
#276 to #57 - anon
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(07/18/2013) [-]
I think thats the point, both of them are just myths.
#367 to #276 - Crusader
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(07/18/2013) [-]
Exactly, but with the traditional myths, Horus did none of those things
#247 - unclaimedusername
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(07/18/2013) [-]
The thing about casualties is irrelevant, it's comparing the casualties of a country (United States) that never even had a battle fought in it (in WWII) to the casualties of a country (Russia) that was invaded and suffered massive civilian casualties.   
   
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The thing about casualties is irrelevant, it's comparing the casualties of a country (United States) that never even had a battle fought in it (in WWII) to the casualties of a country (Russia) that was invaded and suffered massive civilian casualties.

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#298 to #247 - neznanc **User deleted account**
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(07/18/2013) [-]
I believe they started comparing them after the D-day when both allied forces were on offensive.
#387 to #298 - unclaimedusername
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(07/19/2013) [-]
All it states is that for every American killed in military action, 21 Soviets were killed, it doesn't specify military or civilian or a time, which indicates that it means total Soviets (Military and Civilian) killed throughout the war, which would mean that it would include civilian casualties which for the Soviets were massive   
   
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All it states is that for every American killed in military action, 21 Soviets were killed, it doesn't specify military or civilian or a time, which indicates that it means total Soviets (Military and Civilian) killed throughout the war, which would mean that it would include civilian casualties which for the Soviets were massive

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#172 - ktbmnf
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(07/18/2013) [-]
related to the salem witch one... isn't the correct spelling "hung"? i'm not sure :S
#178 to #172 - oopsiknittedascarf
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(07/18/2013) [-]
Whenever you are referring to a living creature, the correct tense is hanged.
When referring to an inanimate object, the correct tense is hung.
#175 to #172 - shodaihokage
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(07/18/2013) [-]
No for some reason when it comes to execution you say hanged. (I hanged the man.) (I hung up my jacket.)
No for some reason when it comes to execution you say hanged. (I hanged the man.) (I hung up my jacket.)
#176 to #175 - ktbmnf
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(07/18/2013) [-]
oh, ok. thanks for clearing that up, im terrible when it comes to english
#177 to #176 - shodaihokage
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(07/18/2013) [-]
No problem
#101 - slumberdonkey
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(07/18/2013) [-]
Anyone got sauce on the first porno?
Anyone got sauce on the first porno?
#76 - thatscrewedupkid
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(07/18/2013) [-]
in ww2 the russians strategy was just charge in, they cant possibly kill us all
#181 to #76 - oxan
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(07/18/2013) [-]
Which is why the overall casualty rate was like 1:1.3 in favour of the Germans. If the strategy was really mass-wave attacks, then the Soviets were superhumans.
#113 to #76 - thankins
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(07/18/2013) [-]
I heard  most of those guys didn't even have adequate equipment.
I heard most of those guys didn't even have adequate equipment.
#215 to #113 - thisotherdude
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(07/18/2013) [-]
They didn't, they often had only enough rifles for half their troops, so one man held the rifle and the other held an extra clip, if the rifleman died a bullet man would pick up the rifle and keep going.
#182 to #113 - oxan
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(07/18/2013) [-]
It's important to note that the majority of Soviet industry was originally in the occupied zone.
#73 - IamSofaKingdom
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Pretty sure Joshua form the Old Testament is referenced in the New Testament; wouldn't that mean lexical scholars could just compare the name of Joshua being referenced the the name of Jesus elsewhere and find it different? Also it was koine Greek.   
   
Second one I was wondering about, isn't the construction of the pyramids a mystery? Last I heard they had no idea how such massive and complex structures were built with what was available at the time (although admittedly I do not really keep up with ancient Egyptian pyramid news), how would they know it was entirely paid labor and not slaves when the other details are unknown?
Pretty sure Joshua form the Old Testament is referenced in the New Testament; wouldn't that mean lexical scholars could just compare the name of Joshua being referenced the the name of Jesus elsewhere and find it different? Also it was koine Greek.

Second one I was wondering about, isn't the construction of the pyramids a mystery? Last I heard they had no idea how such massive and complex structures were built with what was available at the time (although admittedly I do not really keep up with ancient Egyptian pyramid news), how would they know it was entirely paid labor and not slaves when the other details are unknown?
#82 to #73 - onewhoobserves
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(07/18/2013) [-]
From what I have heard they uncovered some evidence that at least some if not all of the labourers were paid. I have not looked into or followed new developments in the area so I don't know if they've changed their estimates on the percentage of paid vs unpaid or what else has changed.
#93 to #82 - calawesome
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(07/18/2013) [-]
Steven Wright says he knew a guy who worked for thirty years to discover who funded the pyramids....turns out it was apparently some guy named Eddie.
#131 - goodcheese
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(07/18/2013) [-]
mariee got a big ol couchier
#116 - EpicAnon
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(07/18/2013) [-]
This sounds like your average WW2 FPS
#183 to #116 - thebeatlesfan
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(07/18/2013) [-]
Battlefield 1942
#130 to #116 - oxan
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(07/18/2013) [-]
I have a feeling that battle is a map on Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad
#68 - arsenalthegunners
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(07/18/2013) [-]
**arsenalthegunners rolled a random image posted in comment #71 at Description. ** mfw the persina one
and also it was not "easy come easy go" Cyrus did a **** ton of work getting those territories into the persian empire, most of it by peaceful talks that they can join the empire for better future. also the country could not hold itself like that with different people of different cultures, nationalities and etc. And who are we kidding, Alexander did not really capture persia that easily. afterwards he even adapted some of the persian cultures, trying to combine his and persian cultures, making his own best friends and generals go against him.
#191 to #68 - thebeatlesfan
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(07/18/2013) [-]
Alexander actually took Cyrus' daughter for marriage as well. The Persian empire was one hell of a civilization. But I'm biased cause I'm Iranian.