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#131 - Yeeeeeah, I'm not entirely sure what just happened either. … 01/30/2014 on #justmedievalthings 0
#129 - I agree with you; Genghis Khan killed the highest amount of pe…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/30/2014 on #justmedievalthings 0
#130 - catburglarpenis (01/30/2014) [-]
Did we just agree... in an internet argument?

GET IN THE FALLOUT SHELTER, IT'S HAPPENING.
#131 - tyraxio (01/30/2014) [-]
Yeeeeeah, I'm not entirely sure what just happened either.

It should be noted though, that neither Genghis Khan or Mao Zeodong ever came close to Gandhi. That man was a fucking beast.
#127 - Hahahahaha I was just about to get mad at you for being a ****…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/30/2014 on #justmedievalthings +1
#128 - catburglarpenis (01/30/2014) [-]
My link down below claims 100 million. Total losses due to Genghis's reign could include such things as plagues he left in his wake, etc. This video explains how much good AND bad The Mongols did, and how they did it, plus it's funny and I like it: www.youtube.com/watch?v=szxPar0BcMo

Even if total numbers don't add up, percentage of population will. Something like 30% of the people on Earth at the time, or even more was killed by the direct actions of Genghis Khan, making him almost as deadly as The Black Plague. Notably, if the number DON'T add up, I will be incorrect- but one thing IS clear:

Genghis Khan killed more of the population of Earth than any other human being who ever existed. I'm thinking that you might be right though- I'm seeing more sources for Chairman Mao's number than Genghis's, which warrants you another thumb, and a banana sticker.
#129 - tyraxio (01/30/2014) [-]
I agree with you; Genghis Khan killed the highest amount of people in proportion to the amount of people alive at the time.
#130 - catburglarpenis (01/30/2014) [-]
Did we just agree... in an internet argument?

GET IN THE FALLOUT SHELTER, IT'S HAPPENING.
#131 - tyraxio (01/30/2014) [-]
Yeeeeeah, I'm not entirely sure what just happened either.

It should be noted though, that neither Genghis Khan or Mao Zeodong ever came close to Gandhi. That man was a fucking beast.
#125 - 1 in 12? There is 0,5 percent chance. That's quite a bit lower…  [+] (6 new replies) 01/30/2014 on #justmedievalthings +1
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#126 - catburglarpenis (01/30/2014) [-]
blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/2011/08/men_have_a_5_ch.php

First of all, you see this link here fuckface? That means you're fucking right. Thumb for you.

Secondly: Genghis Khan killed a verified 40 million people, but it was also easier to kill people back then- the numbers could easily be inflated by those who died of fear or of shock, or of a minor scrape during a battle causing infection- or the verified numbers of the millions of people who surrendered to his armies out of sheer fright... and were murdered anyways. Take a look at the links I posted below in my argument- they're pretty conclusive- he killed a fuckload of people.
#127 - tyraxio (01/30/2014) [-]
Hahahahaha I was just about to get mad at you for being a dipshit, but you got me right there. Thumb back to you.

According to wikipedia, Mao assisted in the deaths of somewhere in between 40 and 70 million, though most were due to bad living standards in China.

www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/news/maos-great-leap-forward-killed-45-million-in-four-years-2081630.html

The Independent claims he killed 45 million people in /four years/ during the Great Leap Forward. I couldn't find other numbers, unfortunately.
#128 - catburglarpenis (01/30/2014) [-]
My link down below claims 100 million. Total losses due to Genghis's reign could include such things as plagues he left in his wake, etc. This video explains how much good AND bad The Mongols did, and how they did it, plus it's funny and I like it: www.youtube.com/watch?v=szxPar0BcMo

Even if total numbers don't add up, percentage of population will. Something like 30% of the people on Earth at the time, or even more was killed by the direct actions of Genghis Khan, making him almost as deadly as The Black Plague. Notably, if the number DON'T add up, I will be incorrect- but one thing IS clear:

Genghis Khan killed more of the population of Earth than any other human being who ever existed. I'm thinking that you might be right though- I'm seeing more sources for Chairman Mao's number than Genghis's, which warrants you another thumb, and a banana sticker.
#129 - tyraxio (01/30/2014) [-]
I agree with you; Genghis Khan killed the highest amount of people in proportion to the amount of people alive at the time.
#130 - catburglarpenis (01/30/2014) [-]
Did we just agree... in an internet argument?

GET IN THE FALLOUT SHELTER, IT'S HAPPENING.
#131 - tyraxio (01/30/2014) [-]
Yeeeeeah, I'm not entirely sure what just happened either.

It should be noted though, that neither Genghis Khan or Mao Zeodong ever came close to Gandhi. That man was a fucking beast.
#123 - To be fair, quite a few more people were alive during Mao Zeod…  [+] (8 new replies) 01/30/2014 on #justmedievalthings 0
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#124 - catburglarpenis (01/30/2014) [-]
To be fair, Genghis Khan killed enough people to cool the Earth, and raped so many women that you have a 1 in 12 chance of being directly related to his. He also had laser eyes.
#125 - tyraxio (01/30/2014) [-]
1 in 12? There is 0,5 percent chance. That's quite a bit lower than 1 in 12.

Dude, look at charts of people alive during time periods. There was less than 3 billion people alive (probably even less than 2 billion, I was too lazy to check) during Genghis Khan, but during the industrialisation, the numbers boomed, meaning it was easier for Mao to kill more people. Also, while Genghis Khan was extremely powerful, Mao had way more force at his disposal.
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#126 - catburglarpenis (01/30/2014) [-]
blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/2011/08/men_have_a_5_ch.php

First of all, you see this link here fuckface? That means you're fucking right. Thumb for you.

Secondly: Genghis Khan killed a verified 40 million people, but it was also easier to kill people back then- the numbers could easily be inflated by those who died of fear or of shock, or of a minor scrape during a battle causing infection- or the verified numbers of the millions of people who surrendered to his armies out of sheer fright... and were murdered anyways. Take a look at the links I posted below in my argument- they're pretty conclusive- he killed a fuckload of people.
#127 - tyraxio (01/30/2014) [-]
Hahahahaha I was just about to get mad at you for being a dipshit, but you got me right there. Thumb back to you.

According to wikipedia, Mao assisted in the deaths of somewhere in between 40 and 70 million, though most were due to bad living standards in China.

www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/news/maos-great-leap-forward-killed-45-million-in-four-years-2081630.html

The Independent claims he killed 45 million people in /four years/ during the Great Leap Forward. I couldn't find other numbers, unfortunately.
#128 - catburglarpenis (01/30/2014) [-]
My link down below claims 100 million. Total losses due to Genghis's reign could include such things as plagues he left in his wake, etc. This video explains how much good AND bad The Mongols did, and how they did it, plus it's funny and I like it: www.youtube.com/watch?v=szxPar0BcMo

Even if total numbers don't add up, percentage of population will. Something like 30% of the people on Earth at the time, or even more was killed by the direct actions of Genghis Khan, making him almost as deadly as The Black Plague. Notably, if the number DON'T add up, I will be incorrect- but one thing IS clear:

Genghis Khan killed more of the population of Earth than any other human being who ever existed. I'm thinking that you might be right though- I'm seeing more sources for Chairman Mao's number than Genghis's, which warrants you another thumb, and a banana sticker.
#129 - tyraxio (01/30/2014) [-]
I agree with you; Genghis Khan killed the highest amount of people in proportion to the amount of people alive at the time.
#130 - catburglarpenis (01/30/2014) [-]
Did we just agree... in an internet argument?

GET IN THE FALLOUT SHELTER, IT'S HAPPENING.
#131 - tyraxio (01/30/2014) [-]
Yeeeeeah, I'm not entirely sure what just happened either.

It should be noted though, that neither Genghis Khan or Mao Zeodong ever came close to Gandhi. That man was a fucking beast.
#218 - Maybe. Tbh, I don't think it was heated a lot until he started… 01/30/2014 on Son, your new tutor is here! +2
#442 - >compares his dressing habits to Nazi Germany I've… 01/30/2014 on fedoras +1
#441 - Ahh, right. Troll. Good one. 01/30/2014 on fedoras 0
#210 - wat. A tank top, a jumper, a cardigan and a scarf? Is…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/30/2014 on Son, your new tutor is here! +1
#217 - anon (01/30/2014) [-]
Well, for being in a heated house it is.
#218 - tyraxio (01/30/2014) [-]
Maybe. Tbh, I don't think it was heated a lot until he started using that app.
#97 - Yeah, it's like people think autism is some kind of meme adjec… 01/29/2014 on potoooooooo +2