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|#42 - ...A minecraft Chocobo, nice build.||07/12/2013 on We've built....the nations||0|
|#23 - And some say his fedora grew three sizes that day!||07/12/2013 on friendzone||0|
|#6 - If you're referring to his reaction in the last panel, the jo…||07/12/2013 on You Asked for it||+3|
|#28 - "Why do you care so dahm much about one little kid?"…||07/12/2013 on sounds like a fun game||0|
|#4 - Was this one made broken? It looks like he wants to end his sa…||07/12/2013 on The fuck did I do||+1|
|#3 - Maybe... lucker? [+] (1 new reply)||07/12/2013 on Red||+2|
|#33 - Yeah but big difference between gold and aluminum, gold is pre… [+] (1 new reply)||07/12/2013 on science||0|
|#30 - Picture||07/12/2013 on Deleting a massively...||+8|
|#18 - The Dreamcast was in the same generation as PS1 and the N64, n… [+] (3 new replies)||07/12/2013 on Endangered Species||0|
#24 - anonymous (07/12/2013) [-]
false, saturn was in the same with ps1 and n64
#19 - snowshark (07/12/2013) [-]
It was released two years before the gamecube in 1999 (late 1998 in Japan) which places it closer to the release of the Gamecube in 2001 than the N64 in 1996 and the PS1 in 1994.
Because of this I see the Dreamcast as in the transition period between consoles as opposed to belonging truly to one generation or the other. Technically it was more powerful than the N64 and PS1 and it did okay before the 2000s when the Playstation came out (and the XBox in 2001) which were leagues ahead of it and jammed the final nail in the poor SEGA Console coffin.
#101 - fukkendragonite (07/12/2013) [-]
That was the problem, by the time it came out people were like "Why do we need you, everyone already has a playstation/n64?"
And then anyone late to the game would have been like "why do we need you, we can just wait for the GC/Xbox/PS2?"
It's like being so late for a birthday party, you're a couple of days early for next years. You've turned up with a card that says "happy 20th birthday" and he's like "Why the fuck do I care? I'll get ones that say "21st birthday" soon. And if I wanted 20th birthday cards, I've got shittons left from last year. GTFO of here"
|#17 - Me and my brother got that, along with the limited edition sil… [+] (3 new replies)||07/12/2013 on Endangered Species||0|
|#22 - Wait, Jake is Rush and Dr. Light?||07/12/2013 on Adventure Time video game...||0|
|#28 - Gold-Titanium alloy... would... would that work? Titanium is v… [+] (3 new replies)||07/12/2013 on science||0|
|#111 - Picture||07/12/2013 on Do as i say||+3|
|#27 - But she is the kitchen!||07/12/2013 on dream girl||+1|
|#26 - So, one breast and her legs are made of cannabis?||07/12/2013 on dream girl||+10|
|#40 - Says the Anon.||07/11/2013 on I doubt any of them even...||+2|
|#19 - Well, that you can blame on similar or same fighting styles. [+] (12 new replies)||07/11/2013 on Watamote Note||-3|
#32 - Sethorein (07/11/2013) [-]
homage is pronounced differently depending on the country but only people with English accents pronounce it like hour...
they also pronounce how with a soft "h" though when you get right into the thick of some of their quite atrocious accents (cockney in purest form is essentially gibberish).
|#16 - ...Does Antarctica actually belong to any country, or is it co… [+] (30 new replies)||07/11/2013 on Piece of Norway||0|
#71 - anonymous (07/11/2013) [-]
Norway owns the biggest piece. Then you have france,china,australia and england
#70 - anonymous (07/11/2013) [-]
In the early decades of the 20th century seven nations, Argentina, Australia, Chile, France, Great Britain, New Zealand, and Norway announced territorial claims to parts of Antarctica. In 1961 the Antarctic Treaty was signed by these nations and others and these territorial claims put aside in the interests of international cooperation in scientific research.
#72 - anonymous (07/11/2013) [-]
USA marches? marches without any land connecting the two continents? Get off your high horse ass hole.
#30 - konradkurze (07/11/2013) [-]
USA is all about violating the rules.....
theyve broken so many UN regulations with invading all those arab countries, torture and execution of civilians, and deploying UAVs to spy on so many peaceful nations
usa wont hesitate to march into unoccupied territory to claim something it wants
#51 - makomirocket (07/11/2013) [-]
Okay, here's what actually happened: No one, and I mean NO ONE wants an non-peaceful Asia. Asia is not only the goods production line of the world, but also the oil powerhouse. Wars in Asia mean that these drop off and the western world loses out. The western world just picks a side which will be most likely friendly to them in the future, give them enough power to win any war and then everyone is friends again. The reason why America went to war in the Arab Nations is because of political unrest, an untrustworthy leader, and oil. Without oil, the world pretty much stops. No more plastic means almost all products cease production, and also, no oil means no petrol for the cars for workers or lorries that transport the food to feed everyone who isn't a farmer. Without this fuel, riots will start and then they're facing a (almost) war in their own country and that is when everything just fucks up. Also, without oil trade in the Arab Nations, their economy goes to shit. That's not even just there, I'm pretty sure around 60% of employed Nigerians are in an oil centered business, and that's when you get world hunger rising again, as well as disease, homelessness as well even more wars, and that then requires a lot of money over something that would have been quicker and easier and cheaper to just arm a side in the original conflict. Governments do take time to pick a good side to back and all outcomes are weighted against each other.
There are many reasons other than oil why the western world went to war in Asia, but the main one is for political stability. Antarctica will eventually be mined for oil, but as a last resort and even then, I believe that it will be under UN control, not US, and probably divided equally, although some countries will most likely get hardly any as I'm pretty sure not many Kenyans have cars or the need for fuel. I do not understand your hatred for the US but I can assure you, as an outsider, they may be a little fucked up, but who's gov isn't.
#55 - konradkurze (07/11/2013) [-]
yes, people need the oil from asia, but usa wants it under their control, thats the reason usa put saddam into power, to be 'their guy' to supply oil to them under OPEC. but once in power saddam refused to join in and sold oil under his terms, and since usa couldnt be seen to have made a bad choice supporting him at the time, they played along till they could invent this reason to invade and arrest him as a war criminal and now set up another new guy with a warning "dont make saddams mistake"
yes the world needs oil and its products to make many of the things we rely on, but oil is a finite thing, it wont last forever, and the more the world uses the faster the supply runs out, usa being the most power hungry will of course want to be the last man standing handing out the last supplies of oil at a nice profit to itself,
yes there is a need for political stability in the middle east but instead of the arabs having such a thing by themselves they are now being forced to do it while big brother usa keeps an eye on them as americas puppets,
the UN is a lost hope, its even stated in their founding documents that the UN was founded to promote a NEW WORLD ORDER, and given the UN's track record for letting usa and israel get away with war crimes, the UN isnt exactly great itself,
between usa seizing as much foreign oil as it can and russia just simply not digging for any in most of its territory, its a simple tag-team of seizing and stockpiling for their own purposes
its sad that most people cant or just wont see whats going on here, too many people have been programmed to shrug it off as long as it doesnt affect their own individual lives
#68 - anonymous (07/11/2013) [-]
"Arabs acheive peace by themselves"
Don't make me fucking laugh. Ever since the British Mandate, and even before that, the Arab/Muslim countries have almost always hated each other. Their only time of peace was when the Ottoman Empire conquered them and made them play nice with each other.
So don't give me that bullshit of them not needing someone to enforce the peace. There are different sects that hate each other. You know those Palestinians that want Israel for themselves? Do you know why they want it? Other than that they lived there for hundreds of years, other Arabs/Muslims fucking hate them and don't want them. They were persecuted in Egypt, Syria, Saudi Arabia, fucking everywhere. You also have Druzis and other minorities that all of the Arab countries don't fucking want. That's without getting into theocracies that hate each other and religious differences.
tl,dr : The middle east is fucked up. US or UN stepping in to keep the peace is not a bad thing.
#69 - konradkurze (07/11/2013) [-]
the ottoman empire was still arabs sorting out arab affairs, not a bunch of white cowboys from the other side of the planet bombing the shit out of them
take a look at history, palestine originally held all the land with jews as a tolerated minority among them, but then after ww2 the british walked in, stole 60% of the land and made it exclusively for jews......how would you feel if someone walked in and handed 2/3 of your country to one of the minority groups living in it
usa and/or the un getting involved will only result in the arabs having every they believe in pissed on and replaced with foreign ideals just like usa and friends did to germany after they finished pounding that in ww2
todays germans arent real germans, they're pretty much americans who speak german.....do you really want arabs being americanised?
#47 - konradkurze (07/11/2013) [-]
yeah paperwork says alot of things and america the land of lawyers always has ways to spin the words how they want it to be read
usa's only currently at fault for the death of 1.5 million arabs and the supply of weapons to extremists in syria....not to mention all the other skeletons in usa's closet....but theyre not evil right?
#20 - anonymous (07/11/2013) [-]
All the major powers have a claim, and a few pseudo official claims by individuals.
|#18 - Well, arguably the Genie has no asshole, so no dice on the third.||07/09/2013 on Wishes||0|
|#16 - Where is it indecent for a man to be shirtless? [+] (2 new replies)||07/09/2013 on daffy duck||0|
|#65 - I'm pretty sure we could leave it at anything.||07/09/2013 on Big boobs problems at the...||+1|
|#18 - That is a very, very generous download rate, for most it wou…||07/09/2013 on Congratulations!!!||0|
|#19 - Why the hell is there a settings menu in the settings menu? [+] (1 new reply)||07/09/2013 on Avast||+2|
|#57 - The second one he drops looks like it moves on it's own... but…||07/09/2013 on instant karma||0|
|#18 - Did he just throw some kind of animal at him? It looks like a … [+] (2 new replies)||07/09/2013 on instant karma||+4|
#53 - anonymous (07/09/2013) [-]
They're ... stuffed?