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#27 - i just see them, instead of jumping on the enemies, they just …  [+] (2 replies) 11/27/2016 on Rysceckesp Real Emmo +50
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#134 - tropenthatshtup (11/28/2016) [-]
Sounds like a job for the Murray

Seriously though I remember renting Sly 2 or 3 you can stealthily follow a dude from the rooftops and then just comically body slam him from a 2nd story. It was funnier as a kid though.
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#125 - markedpicture (11/27/2016) [-]
like the Disney Cartoon GummiBears.
#119 - uhm.. no? both Norway and denmark were neutral. but Hitler gav…  [+] (2 replies) 11/27/2016 on Sweden The Neutral +1
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#125 - newepic (11/27/2016) [-]
fought hard, nigga we gave up so quick. Although we did fight hard against them after they occupied us.
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#126 - shadovfox (11/27/2016) [-]
norway fought hard, but we were quickly defeated. because norway had close to no defense, we had very few boats, and those were all on the coast side of norway. very few in the eastern parts, only a few fortresses. and the germans had no problem when they arrived by both land and sea to get norway.
#90 - just wondering, if calefornia left, what would they produce? a…  [+] (13 replies) 11/23/2016 on Do It! 0
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#126 - schneidend (11/23/2016) [-]
They produce most of the world's almonds and avocados, which is fucking horrible because both crops require a lot of water to grow and California has water problems.

That's part of why it amuses me that California thinks the rest of the country is somehow the problem. Yeah, sure California, you've legalized weed among other sensible and progressive legislation, congrats, but corporations are depriving you of one of life's most basic needs.

Then again, if they were their own nation-state, they might be able to do something about that? Hmmm....
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#91 - Darianvincent (11/23/2016) [-]
Agriculture (including fruit, vegetables, dairy, and wine production) is a major California industry, but at 2% of GSP it makes a minor contribution to the state's overall economy. Airborne exports of perishable fruits and vegetables amounted to approximately $579 million in 2007.[26] By way of comparison, California exported more agricultural products by air that year than 23 other states did by all modes of transport.[26]

According to the California Department of Food and Agriculture, "California agriculture is a $42.6 billion dollar industry that generates at least $100 billion in related economic activity."[27] The state’s agricultural sales first exceeded $30 billion in 2004,[28] making it more than twice the size of any other state's agriculture industry.

California is the leading dairy state.[29] Milk is California's number one farm commodity.[28] Exports of almonds continued to be the top commodity from California, with a value of $2.83 billion in foreign sales. Dairy and dairy products ranked second to almonds with a California total export value of $1.42 billion, a 24 percent increase over 2010.[30] California's dairy industry generated $47 billion "in economic activity" in 2004 and employed over 400,000 people."[29]

#116 - shadowdragonaxe (11/23/2016) [-]
California milks is the shit. Wisconsin milk superoior
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#118 - teevee (11/23/2016) [-]
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#100 - thevioletlightning (11/23/2016) [-]
but would that be enough to keep them afloat if they left the US?
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#113 - mrpkmon (11/23/2016) [-]
Leaving the US would have more serious consequences for California than the US itself. Imagine massive loss of jobs, lack of resources, lack of infrastructure and taxes. You wouldn't be able to support any of the current social programs you have.
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#114 - thevioletlightning (11/23/2016) [-]
that's what i was thinking.
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#106 - Darianvincent (11/23/2016) [-]
I don't know my dude i'm just a guy that shitposts on an obscure meme site. You'd think there would be enough crop variety and volume to support ourselves, but we are the countries largest state by far at almost 40 million I think it's over that with all the illegals we could easily be compared to a major country.
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#108 - thevioletlightning (11/23/2016) [-]
you might could support yourselves food wise, but what about financially?
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#104 - sketchE (11/23/2016) [-]
likely not for long. remember california is super uber liberal land (at least so cal) and theyd just welfaer themselves so far into debt and with no federal government to help them out itd die within a few years
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#105 - thevioletlightning (11/23/2016) [-]
that's what i thought.
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#107 - sketchE (11/23/2016) [-]
depending on your source california as a state is currently either 26 billion or 400 billion in debt and a good half the bills passed expand programs without adding ways to increase revenue. the two dollar addition to the cigarette tax wont make a dent
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#109 - thevioletlightning (11/23/2016) [-]
yeah, they're pretty fucked if they leave it sounds like.