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Video Games Played: Skyrim, Halo Reach, Battlefield 3, Halo 4
Interests: Fencing, Swords,Games, Writing, Music, Girls, Porn,
Date Signed Up:8/06/2009
Last Login:6/29/2016
Location:New York
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A degenerate sword loving, fencing, asshole. Been on FJ since 13, now I'm twenty DAMN.

Black but not beautiful.
Tall but not loved
Empty but not spacious.
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#209 - Simple. Education. See we know about this because we enjoy his…  [+] (2 new replies) 12 hours ago on Really makes you think 0
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#211 - liero (3 hours ago) [-]
that's true, even though where I come from we don't go in depth in african civilizations mostly because im in europe and just european history takes literally years to go through.. also it's more relevant but at least here it's kind of common knowledge that ethiopia is one of the oldest countries in the world and an empire that's actually still standing.

it's kind of a shame that most media only broadcasts the poor and shitty parts of those countries and the african continent in general indeed
#212 - ethiopia (2 hours ago) [-]
Our steel ribs protected us from all our enemies
#70 - Eh I refrained from mentioning him because that's sort of the …  [+] (3 new replies) 06/28/2016 on Really makes you think +15
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#183 - schnizel (06/28/2016) [-]
You should learn more about anthropology.
#106 - lampmountaindew (06/28/2016) [-]
i just feel like theyre stretching it going "yeah this cultural bridge that has had many influences pass thru its borders is black royalty"
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#73 - IamWhoIam (06/28/2016) [-]
Swahili City States used to be pretty lit
#66 - I think people misunderstand the whole We Wuz Kings and ****. …  [+] (18 new replies) 06/28/2016 on Really makes you think +71
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#174 - civilizationv (06/28/2016) [-]
i get your point

but every Nigerian person i met told me their ancestors were kings and queens. all of them so far. there had to be Nigerian slaves and workers. they all couldn't be kings and queens.
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#187 - wittypotato (06/28/2016) [-]
Well, it is possible that a) they're not speaking literally - Africans before them were kings b) A lot of them do. Literally everyone alive in Europe now is descended from Charlemagne in some way and it's not entirely unreasonable.
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#188 - civilizationv (06/28/2016) [-]
they werent kidding but like you said a lot of people do the same thing not just africans and i loath all of them that do it


oh so have you accomplished so far? is what i want to say to their smug faces when they ask me what my linage is and i say mayan indians and idk what they did because there are no records to follow my family name damn Spanish priests
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#131 - liero (06/28/2016) [-]
one thing that i don't get at all is how black people in USA love to take credit for what egyptians did and love to portray themselves as egyptian while ignoring Ethiopia; perhaps one of africa's oldest, most powerful empires that actually actively fought off european and arab colonies well into the 19th century when italy conquered it for a brief while.
#168 - anon (06/28/2016) [-]
What else do they have to attribute to themselves? African-American culture has always been stymied by being surrounded and pressured by the prevailing euro-centric culture of America, a descendant of Britain and thus entirely founded on white ideology and familiarity.

Modern African-American culture is the result of years of being put-upon and having precious little positive to show for it. Many blame blacks themselves for their misfortune and don't realize that it's been attitudes like that that keep the blacks from realizing they CAN be successful without being a gangster or a rapper or sports star.

So what else do they have to look up to except the wonders of ancient Egypt, even if commonly-held beliefs about it (predominately handed down by misinformation held by fellow whites) are, essentially, wrong. They need to believe there was a period when they did great things, and thus are still capable of doing great things. Not tiny, obscure empires dotted in history here or there, but something as big and lasting as the Great British Empire that spread across the world (despite being conquering bastards, slashing and burning and shooting and raping their way across the planet and subverting almost all cultures they invaded).
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#190 - liero (06/28/2016) [-]
but Ethiopia is literally an example of a great empire that's still standing, even, and which has been the trade capital, the technological capital and even preserving a script that's thousands of years old, as well as thousands of years of liteature, science, mathematics, hell it's even been a colonial empire.

all of this done by subsaharan africans; aka literally the ancestors of today's african american youth, and all of this being ignored by this weird, destructive lie that they actively teach the american youth just because some lazy, dumbass SJWs throw hissy fits over so called "whitewashing" egyptians were never even portrayed as white, they were more arab or middle eastern than anything.

Ethiopia is literally what these people are looking for, it's just so damn sad that it's a country that's consistently ignored
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#209 - FuckYouFatBen (12 hours ago) [-]
Simple. Education. See we know about this because we enjoy history. We spend time looking for that information. It's like why there are things that a doctor or a scientist would see as common sense but I would never understand..

But for people who do not care for history, they only grab onto the most well known aspect. Egypt. The pinnacle of civilization blah blah in Africa, every school teaches about Egypt. But they do not teach about Ghana or Ethiopia. ALl you see on TV and the Internet is the poor areas of those countries..

If all begins with education and the media. Everyone has a hand in this situation.
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#211 - liero (3 hours ago) [-]
that's true, even though where I come from we don't go in depth in african civilizations mostly because im in europe and just european history takes literally years to go through.. also it's more relevant but at least here it's kind of common knowledge that ethiopia is one of the oldest countries in the world and an empire that's actually still standing.

it's kind of a shame that most media only broadcasts the poor and shitty parts of those countries and the african continent in general indeed
#212 - ethiopia (2 hours ago) [-]
Our steel ribs protected us from all our enemies
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#100 - steelcrasher (06/28/2016) [-]
We wuz kings is more or less making fun of though some people take it to the extremes of afrocentrists who speak about how everyone had african ancestry. I've heard people say that charles the great was black and so on and so on.
Of course black people had kings, (kush empire, empire of aksum, shongai empire, kingdom of nubia, kingdom of abbyisinia and so on andf on... to name the few. Only morons would question that.
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#103 - Sethorein (06/28/2016) [-]
Kush :^)

The dankest of Kings
#68 - lampmountaindew (06/28/2016) [-]
what about carthage? was hannibal black or was he a more middle eastern/persian looking dude
#78 - malilk (06/28/2016) [-]
Carthage was originally a Phoenician colony that became prominent went Dido, a Phonencian princess fled to there and founded her own kingdom.

Phonecians were originally from the Lebanon. Which at the time would have been filled with Greek/Levantine people. Not arabs.

Hannibal himself would have most likely been a mix of the original inhabitants of the land and phonecian. So a slightly darker version of a levatine. More or less olive skinned.

Problem with actually knowing is relying on primary sources from the time. Roman/greek accounts. Race wasnt mentioned when descibing these people so they would have most likely looked very similar to romans. Which were meds not White or black.

Its before all the great migrations of people across the middle east and north Africa so they would look like contemporary people from these areas.
#79 - malilk (06/28/2016) [-]
*Wouldn't have looked like contemporary people. Typo
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#70 - FuckYouFatBen (06/28/2016) [-]
Eh I refrained from mentioning him because that's sort of the same as the Egyptian issue. The reason why Black royalty is downplayed is because we focus upon light skin black or middle eastern. Although that should count as black royalty, to many basement dwellers, it isn't.

You could say he was black but you could also say he was middle eastern. But he damn sure was not white.

But for this situation, when defending history, I had to name people who looked like me. That is black as night.

Every race had badassessses basically lol.
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#183 - schnizel (06/28/2016) [-]
You should learn more about anthropology.
#106 - lampmountaindew (06/28/2016) [-]
i just feel like theyre stretching it going "yeah this cultural bridge that has had many influences pass thru its borders is black royalty"
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#73 - IamWhoIam (06/28/2016) [-]
Swahili City States used to be pretty lit
#65 - I caught the joke. I think this was a breath of fresh air and … 06/27/2016 on A Special Place 0
#37 - Wow...You know I did not know that. So you lose more weight in…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/26/2016 on race diversity 0
#58 - anon (06/26/2016) [-]
technically yes, but your metabolic rate eventually adjusts. However you do lose more weight as you transition from the warm to the cold season. As opposed to constantly warm climates where you dont get that shift.
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#38 - nudybooty (06/26/2016) [-]
The issue with that is you will start to sweat and once you stop running, you're cold as fuck. Another issue is the cold air hurts your lungs as well. But as for losing weight, yes running in the cold would help you a bit more than running when it's warm.
#35 - How come you never see any cute Arabic bitches? Like…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/26/2016 on race diversity +2
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#36 - nudybooty (06/26/2016) [-]
It tends to be the colder places with smaller people. Your body doesn't work as "hard" in the heat as it does in the cold. You really just lose water weight in the heat. In the cold your body uses more calories to try have energy to warm you up.
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#37 - FuckYouFatBen (06/26/2016) [-]
Wow...You know I did not know that. So you lose more weight in the cold? Does that mean working out in the cold, like going for a run would be a better alternative?
#58 - anon (06/26/2016) [-]
technically yes, but your metabolic rate eventually adjusts. However you do lose more weight as you transition from the warm to the cold season. As opposed to constantly warm climates where you dont get that shift.
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#38 - nudybooty (06/26/2016) [-]
The issue with that is you will start to sweat and once you stop running, you're cold as fuck. Another issue is the cold air hurts your lungs as well. But as for losing weight, yes running in the cold would help you a bit more than running when it's warm.
#121100 - Oh, and that just includes other nerds or lonely people who ju… 06/24/2016 on Social Board 0
#121099 - Hm. This will probably go horribly wrong, but I made an Instag…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/24/2016 on Social Board 0
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#121100 - FuckYouFatBen (06/24/2016) [-]
Oh, and that just includes other nerds or lonely people who just need a friend to talk to!

So basically this is open to everyone and anyone who wants to make a new friend!
#107 - So now I'm in a pickle. There's this song on these videos wher…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/23/2016 on Dank and Music Webm 78 0
#125 - noirwyns (06/26/2016) [-]
Michael Gray-The Weekend
#6 - Saber-Artoria-Fate Stay Night. Saber Red-Nero-Fate/Extra -…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/20/2016 on For real though +8
#12 - marboy (06/20/2016) [-]
Saber of red - mordred as his/her name really is, is from Fate/Apocrypha
#9 - mschweiz (06/20/2016) [-]
second to last one is artotia too. fan made
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#10 - mschweiz (06/20/2016) [-]
strike that. actually looked it up instead of speaking out of my ass. its saber as a master in the game capsule servants

typemoon.wikia.com/wiki/Master_Artoria