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|#62 - That's the proper way of pronouncing it, what you're thinking …||09/09/2013 on I'm Not Even Sorry||+1|
|#29 - His mother is alive!? And yet she didn't do anything to help a…||09/09/2013 on Brock's Mom||0|
|#21 - Oh really? Although I'm sure the wheelchair is a prerequisit… [+] (2 new replies)||09/09/2013 on Friends man||0|
|#21 - No ice for you.||09/08/2013 on Something for the upcoming...||0|
|#7 - While it was slowly loading for me I saw the first few guys ge… [+] (4 new replies)||09/08/2013 on Friends man||0|
|#91 - HOLY **** ! You better pick those …||09/08/2013 on Midgetzard||0|
|#19 - Not to break the mood, but the hell kind of tombstone is that?… [+] (7 new replies)||09/08/2013 on In honor of this couple||+55|
#41 - drunkasaurus (09/08/2013) [-]
It was the 70s, and shit was real weird.
Very off topic, but my house was built in the late 70s, and we have stupid stuff like an intercom system with a microphone in the kitchen so you can tell every room in the house when dinner's ready. The fuse box also has timers for each outlet so you can set when lights turns on and off. These sound like good ideas, but when something fucks up you end up with lights turning on and off at random, or static noise coming through every speaker in the entire house...
#35 - anonymous (09/08/2013) [-]
And his face, and every other bone in his body after the wreck.
|#136 - Aside from lack of difference between evolutions, only slightl…||09/07/2013 on Yeah, well at least I can...||+1|
|#13 - Er, no... what do they say about Belgiums?||09/06/2013 on Wrong Side||+1|
|#11 - Wait, how well does ice deflect radioactive particles? I would… [+] (1 new reply)||09/06/2013 on Japan's "Game of Thones"...||+1|
|#39 - I'm not gonna ask why as much as I am going to ask how.||09/06/2013 on ctrl+alt+NOPE||0|
|#13 - Yes, " clearly "...||09/06/2013 on If only all cars were electric||0|
|#32 - Other heroes like Batman are mentioned so little I actually fo…||09/06/2013 on poor dick||0|
|#9 - I don't understand what is so taboo about aiding the Syrians a… [+] (9 new replies)||09/06/2013 on The truth||+2|
#61 - nightmarecorpse (09/06/2013) [-]
Aw cmon now. The shit that went down in Guantanamo bay was a war crime.
Luckily they decided they could redefine the word 'Torture' to be 'Advanced Interrogation Tactics', so it was totally legit and ok.
You'd be surprised at what higher powers can get away with, as long as they change the name of what they're doing.
Change 'Bombing/Invading' to 'Helping' and there you go.
#31 - anonymous (09/06/2013) [-]
#20 - widar (09/06/2013) [-]
Well, one problem I have is that the US for the two weeks has been saying "we know it was Assad, we have incontrovertible proof of it" and all they proceed to actually show the public is a paper from the CIA in which they claim to have proof and to be certain it was Assad, but none of the actual evidence was released to the public. Not the satellite images nor the phone call they supposedly tapped or anything else while the Russians, who say it was the Rebels, at least have common sense on their side. Putin is right, why would Assad use chemical weapons, knowing that this would give the US an excuse to join the war, when his troops were winning on all fronts and the war looked to be almost over?
Also, the government may be bad, but the Rebels are worse. The Assads at least let everyone live peacefully together while in many rebel-controlled areas, Christians and Alewites were forced to flee under threat of violence or killed outright. You can also look at any of their vids on Youtube, literally 95% of what they do is yelling "Allah-u-Akbar" at the top of their lungs.
#58 - tonyxx (09/06/2013) [-]
Yes rebels have connections to terrorist organizations, but that is not the majority, their are multiple rebel factions in the current conflict, not all have terrorist connections. Furthermore, that is not enough to overlook the fact that the chemical attack is a war crime under the Geneva conventions, this MUST be dealt with, no other option exists.
#17 - anonymous (09/06/2013) [-]
The fact that the rebels are no better if not worse than the government. And you give an inch towards engagement and the government will take a mile.
|#26 - Darn you Dovakarrotkake!||09/05/2013 on Pretty much||+5|
|#9 - So that's where all my good D6's keep ******* d…||09/04/2013 on Mosaic Dice||+1|
|#24 - Wait... KND?||09/04/2013 on Facial Hair||+3|
|#60 - Yeah, but then the pressure's on, you HAVE to show you're pret… [+] (1 new reply)||09/04/2013 on (untitled)||+9|
#71 - arkanios (09/04/2013) [-]
I usually pull through and prove that I'm useful, but, as it is in the title, it's a team game, and that's how I fail in the most spectacular of ways. Because one too many players go on to do their own things and not help one another out.
Like the saying goes, the chain is only as strong as its weakest link.
|#78 - Alethea sounds like a goddess.||09/04/2013 on I'm good At Hiding||0|
|#33 - You say that like it's a bad thing.||09/04/2013 on It's a trap!||0|
|#23 - Where the hell is Articuno? [+] (1 new reply)||09/04/2013 on nintendo||+2|
|#67 - Nnnnnneat.||09/03/2013 on It's a Protein||0|
|#26 - Dieing on a street corner from lack of employment.||09/03/2013 on Videogame University: The...||0|
|#65 - I wasn't debating, **** if I know? In fact I just… [+] (2 new replies)||09/03/2013 on It's a Protein||0|
#66 - toguro (09/03/2013) [-]
A collection of microtubules made of fibres, it does indeed keep the structure of the cell together and it houses the receptors on cells, the motor protein has a complementary shape to both the cytoskeleton found in the cell surface membrane on the vesicles and the plasma membrane of the cell it is moving along, it uses ATP to move
|#9 - I am too science this is confirm, many ways to connec…||09/03/2013 on Wise words||0|