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#271 - **thefunnykiller used "*roll picture*"** **thefunnykiller r… 06/27/2015 on This is your new husband 0
#27 - So familiar, trying to remember where from.  [+] (1 new reply) 06/23/2015 on Draw the tattoo FJ +1
#28 - stimtheone (06/23/2015) [-]
It's from Dexter's Laboratory. Dee Dee got it when she had to get a tattoo
#24 - It has a lot of depth for a cartoon. Mostly deals with the str… 06/06/2015 on Another one... 0
#10 - the master hand drives people to madness 06/03/2015 on NYAHHHHHH 0
#144 - It's just a cultural thing. There's no universal logic to it. 06/01/2015 on Based Rockstar +1
#124 - but the crust is the best part 05/28/2015 on Why... 0
#121 - Britain was a confederate ally in the American Civil War...  [+] (5 new replies) 05/28/2015 on title -1
#145 - yodawgiheard (05/28/2015) [-]
Nope. Not an ally. Not a foe, but not an ally.
#146 - yodawgiheard (05/28/2015) [-]
Bah, I don't think it's a common misconception. Most people's knowledge about the Civil War is if not limited, restricted to American battles and American politics. Most people figure the War was basically an in-house affair. Which isn't entirely wrong. The influential countries of the time (e.g France, Germany, England), and the other countries in the region (e.g Mexico, Brazil, etc) mostly just played a waiting game, seeing who would win. Then they'd presumably back the winners. which is what eventually happened.
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#148 - kwanzalord (05/28/2015) [-]
The common misconception in the US is that the British fought against the US because they were bitter about their independence. True, that some people in Britain were bitter, but they never supported the South
#151 - yodawgiheard (05/28/2015) [-]
Not as a whole. Some did. Some aristocrats saw (correctly I might add) the Southern aristocracy as an extension of their own, and were therefore sympathetic. Others were sympathetic for economic reasons. I guess what I'm trying to say is, if they were truly so gung-ho about ending slavery (and the links you provided are some things that I've never heard about, thank you), then why didn't they help the Union? Or not send armaments to the Confederacy (though they were hardly the only ones, the Confederacy got guns and parts from all over, including Mexico and Brazil), instead of just waiting it out and supporting the winner?
#16 - It's not staryu... it's HYAH  [+] (1 new reply) 04/25/2015 on Starme +5
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#792 - Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya 01/19/2015 on FJ's fav games results 0
#15 - I think this was explained a bit in the red hood animated movi…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/24/2014 on Nothing's sacred anymore +2
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#16 - pokimone (12/24/2014) [-]
When Alfred breaks and shoots him under the same revolt principal. It would happen eventually. Bruce would never expect it, and while Alfred loves him like a son, thats exactly why he would do it, he wouldn't be able to bear seeing Bruce finally shatter, even if it was for the greater good, and he would put an end to it. The difference is, he is sane, and will accept punishment as penance for his crime instead of continuing it. Batman wins all fights if prepared, but he would never be prepared for the one person in the world he actually trusts to put an end to him out of mercy, and its exactly what would happen.