Damn it Hitler. Were eating lunch here!.. I really did not see that coming. No overused nazi-pun for you nazi win wwtwo
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User avatar #1 - derpmageddon (01/23/2013) [+] (4 replies)
I really did not see that coming.
No overused nazi-pun for you
#5 - amil (01/23/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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#17 - generalshawn ONLINE (01/24/2013) [-]
hat + goosestepping reminded me of this guy
hat + goosestepping reminded me of this guy
#3 - arvoss (01/23/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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#41 - protex (01/24/2013) [-]
10 minutes earlier..
10 minutes earlier..
#15 - zerokelvin (01/24/2013) [-]
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#38 - felixjarl (01/24/2013) [-]
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WW2 FINAL BOOS ENCOUNTER!
#42 - candymilkcow (01/24/2013) [-]
dang hitla'
dang hitla'
#26 - qhanson ONLINE (01/24/2013) [-]
you deserve a thumb since this made me laugh out loud the first couple times i watched it
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Everyday I'm Shuffling Schlurfend
#22 - warlockrichard ONLINE (01/24/2013) [-]
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#48 - Crimsonfox (01/24/2013) [-]
I think this is actually a reference to a part in Hitler's autobiography, Mein Kampf.   
   
"I drank my bottle of milk and ate my piece of bread somewhere off to one side, and cautiously studied my new associates or reflected on my miserable lot. Nevertheless, I heard more than enough; and often it seemed to me that they purposely moved closer to me, perhaps in order to make me take a position. In any case, what I heard was of such a nature as to infuriate me in the extreme. These men rejected everything: the nation as an invention of the ' capitalistic ' (how often was I forced to hear this single word!) classes; the fatherland as an instrument of the bourgeoisie for the exploitation of the working class; the authority of law as a means for oppressing the proletariat; the school as an institution for breeding slaves and slaveholders; religion as a means for stultifying the people and making them easier to exploit; morality as a symptom of stupid, sheeplike patience, etc. There was absolutely nothing which was not drawn through the mud of a terrifying depths   
At first I tried to keep silent. But at length it became impossible. I began to take a position and to oppose them. But I was forced to recognize that this was utterly hopeless until I possessed certain definite knowledge of the controversial points. And so I began to examine the sources from which they drew this supposed wisdom. I studied book after book, pamphlet after pamphlet.   
From then on our discussions at work were often very heated. I argued back, from day to day better informed than my antagonists concerning their own knowledge, until one day they made use of the weapon which most readily conquers reason: terror and violence. A few of the spokesmen on the opposing side forced me either to leave the building at once or be thrown off the scaffolding. Since I was alone and resistance seemed hopeless, I preferred, richer by one experience, to follow the former counsel."   
   
   
Of course I could be reading too deep.
I think this is actually a reference to a part in Hitler's autobiography, Mein Kampf.

"I drank my bottle of milk and ate my piece of bread somewhere off to one side, and cautiously studied my new associates or reflected on my miserable lot. Nevertheless, I heard more than enough; and often it seemed to me that they purposely moved closer to me, perhaps in order to make me take a position. In any case, what I heard was of such a nature as to infuriate me in the extreme. These men rejected everything: the nation as an invention of the ' capitalistic ' (how often was I forced to hear this single word!) classes; the fatherland as an instrument of the bourgeoisie for the exploitation of the working class; the authority of law as a means for oppressing the proletariat; the school as an institution for breeding slaves and slaveholders; religion as a means for stultifying the people and making them easier to exploit; morality as a symptom of stupid, sheeplike patience, etc. There was absolutely nothing which was not drawn through the mud of a terrifying depths
At first I tried to keep silent. But at length it became impossible. I began to take a position and to oppose them. But I was forced to recognize that this was utterly hopeless until I possessed certain definite knowledge of the controversial points. And so I began to examine the sources from which they drew this supposed wisdom. I studied book after book, pamphlet after pamphlet.
From then on our discussions at work were often very heated. I argued back, from day to day better informed than my antagonists concerning their own knowledge, until one day they made use of the weapon which most readily conquers reason: terror and violence. A few of the spokesmen on the opposing side forced me either to leave the building at once or be thrown off the scaffolding. Since I was alone and resistance seemed hopeless, I preferred, richer by one experience, to follow the former counsel."


Of course I could be reading too deep.
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