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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #16 - betterguygreg
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My Great Grandfather operated a machine gun on a higgins boat during D-Day, and was involved in every major sea invasion during the American involvement of WW2.
User avatar #32 to #16 - TheOriginalNerd
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that was a really cool story bro

today op wasnt a faggot
#353 to #16 - munchman
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My Great Grandfather volunteered to join the SS and died in the Siege of Leningrad.
User avatar #458 to #353 - betterguygreg
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That's actually really interesting. I don't want to say it was cool, mostly because he was killed.
#467 to #458 - munchman
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Obviously never met him, but when he turned 18 he crossed the border and joined up as a volunteer in the Spanish Civil War, when that was done he integrated the SS as part of the Blue Division (aka Spanish volunteers, even though he wasn't Spanish). And there he went to war.
On the female side of the family, those who met him said he was a retard, on the male side, everyone called him the greatest badass that ever lived. He wrote frequently back home, but then suddenly stopped, so we figured he died.
Who knows though, maybe he married some Russian Chick, or went to Germany when the war ended and spent the rest of his life banging Germanic babes.
User avatar #77 to #16 - digidawg
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Did he have over 300 confirmed kills?
#152 to #16 - lilcal **User deleted account**
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#92 to #16 - cockasian
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will he wipe us the **** out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before?
#58 to #16 - Soviet Savior
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My Great Grandfather died in Auschwitz in 1943..... He fell out of a guard tower.
My Great Grandfather died in Auschwitz in 1943..... He fell out of a guard tower.
User avatar #184 to #58 - amusingtoaster
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My Great Grandfather died committing suicide after his wife and dog bit into cyanide pills.
#142 to #58 - anon id: 8b52e520
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My Great Grandfather pushed this guy out of an Auschwitz guard tower in 1943... he died like a bitch.
User avatar #242 to #142 - ainoninom
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My great grandfather died in Auschwitz in 1943, some guard fell out of a tower and crushed him.
#255 to #242 - anon id: c199ce07
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My great grandfather died in Auschwitz in 1943, some guard fell out of a tower, crushing the man below him, scaring the guard dog who tipped over a fuel barrel and tripped another guard while on a smoke break and lighting the whole place up. He succumbed to diabetes.
#88 to #58 - nerbdurger
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my grandfather saw his friend die in Auschwitz. he fell off a guard tower too. I wonder if it is the same guy
User avatar #39 to #16 - tonoavail
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my grandfather was in the 82nd airborne and parachuted into the battle at normandy.
#299 to #39 - anon id: 94f5bfcb
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my great grandmother and her friend were guarding a door in the normandy..


hue hue hue
#17 to #16 - davidavidson [OP]
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User avatar #18 to #17 - betterguygreg
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Sorry, just sharing
User avatar #28 to #18 - multimedia
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I genuinely think it's a cool story.

Bro internet problems.
User avatar #376 to #17 - nyawgga
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Come on man, don't be a dick
User avatar #474 to #376 - davidavidson [OP]
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Dis *****
User avatar #475 to #474 - nyawgga
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*nyawgga
#24 - hampunkasvattaja
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User avatar #377 to #24 - computor
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Hamppu kasvaa, ja banjot soi.
Pieru perseestä vaikeroi.
#26 - fxremastered
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User avatar #29 to #26 - davidavidson [OP]
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GAWD DAMN SUN!!

That is my new background.. Fukkin tight as 'ell m8
User avatar #30 to #29 - fxremastered
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Yeah, I had that as mine for a long while. :)
User avatar #31 to #30 - davidavidson [OP]
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****** raw as hell. Send shivers down my spine and ****
User avatar #5 - sirlolalot
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Contrary argument: Men started the war in the first place. :p
#14 to #5 - anon id: c13fd5be
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And men have ******* ended wars they started.
User avatar #57 to #5 - thatguywhohasbacon
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If given the same views and the same amount of power a woman would have done the exact same thing.
User avatar #11 to #5 - darkjacky
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here another one WE were PROTECTING our WIFE'S and Children from the other man attacking... so just stop arguing
User avatar #44 to #5 - mvainer
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women would just secretly hate other countries behind their backs
#42 to #5 - cupotruth
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#6 to #5 - sidathon
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Women didn't have an important enough role at that time to do anything about it so they can't complain.

giga checkmate feminists
#45 to #6 - chazzxz
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Not a feminist or anything but men kind of repressed women from having a significant role in politics.
#13 - MCPO
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User avatar #8 - imonagoat
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Well they got what they wanted, the army just allowed women into the infantry and all other combat mos' I hope they have a jolly good ****** time like I did.
#9 to #8 - anon id: c8bc342d
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They are also lowering the PT standards just so they can join!

User avatar #12 to #9 - ubergoatman
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They also carry a different equipment set :(
User avatar #20 to #12 - Smithyrox
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"We want equality"
5 minutes later
"My pack is too heavy, I'm a woman I should have lighter gear"
User avatar #256 to #20 - ubergoatman
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"My shoulders are naturally smaller and can't accommodate such a large pack!"


I swear to jebus if they try to change uniform for fashion reasons, we may have to take away the whole voting thing!
User avatar #286 to #20 - imonagoat
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Don't get me wrong, in my time in the service I've met some real hardcore chicks who would have no problem in the infantry but a majority would wash out, I'm not trying to talk **** but army infantry training was hard as ****. I just don't see a majority of females making it.
User avatar #250 to #8 - stevewillrule
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It is only voluntary, and they still don't have to sign up for the draft.
User avatar #51 to #8 - Zedotelhado
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Here in Portugal the standards didn't get lowered in general, women have a completely different bar. While for example, men are expected to, in the alotted time, run/jog 5km in full gear, women are only expected to do 1.8km to get the same evaluation mark.

I'll sure as hell trust my life in a combat situation to a comrade who's in the same situation as me with only 1/4 of the effort required to join. Hahano.
#73 - helenwheels
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I hate the idea of drafting, but we must consider the fact that those who decided to send the males to war where indeed males themselves. Males who decided women where to weak for war.
It wasn't a group of women who decided to send males to war because they're lives are expendable.
#1 - nephrithotroll
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User avatar #270 to #1 - siridontcare
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That horse is clearly still alive, so I shall continue the beating
User avatar #123 - ItsTheJJ
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-sigh- cant we all just get along?
#130 to #123 - anon id: 3a2db7a9
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We can get along with females, just not with Feminists. Feminists are an annoying scourge that only serve to give females a bad name.
User avatar #133 to #130 - thecourtesan
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Agreed.
Just want equality.
Simple.
#135 to #133 - anon id: 116eb577
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equality means im able to hit you.
User avatar #138 to #135 - thecourtesan
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But in all fairness, I can hit you back.....cause its equal.
#139 to #138 - anon id: 116eb577
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fair enough. you are no feminist, i like you.
#277 - feelythefeel
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>Males disallowed females from participating in a major war
Your point?


Also, during WWII, the American workforce was predominantly made up of women. They kinda held up the country while all the guys where either fighting the war or draft dodging. Fun fact.