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aaronvan

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Date Signed Up:1/11/2011
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#9 - looks a lot better than i remember, what units are those  [+] (1 new reply) 05/30/2015 on What Made This Movie Awesome 0
User avatar #10 - letrollzor (05/30/2015) [-]
I am fairly certain they are Legionnaire Cohorts. One of the best units in the entire game
#6 - whats that from?  [+] (3 new replies) 05/29/2015 on What Made This Movie Awesome 0
User avatar #8 - letrollzor (05/30/2015) [-]
Total War Rome II
#9 - aaronvan (05/30/2015) [-]
looks a lot better than i remember, what units are those
User avatar #10 - letrollzor (05/30/2015) [-]
I am fairly certain they are Legionnaire Cohorts. One of the best units in the entire game
#96 - Probably cause you have low body fat but small muscles?  [+] (1 new reply) 05/27/2015 on What's your bodyfat level, FJ? 0
#153 - kanedam (05/27/2015) [-]
bingo!
#19 - whats that from? 05/26/2015 on this is our house 0
#2341 - do want 05/10/2015 on Free Steam Card Giveaway 0
#50 - Also thanks for prompt source.  [+] (4 new replies) 05/05/2015 on I smell toast 0
#51 - underthetable (05/05/2015) [-]
The point is government through the banks takes control of the military there is never ending war. The military before our country was created was used for tyranny against the people that's why they implemented it into the constitution It's a tool for government control. Brain wash enough people to call them "heros" give them an emotion to go along with it, use the "troops" for whatever the banks needs for profit are even if it's against their own people and that's it. It's money and power. A hero is a person who saves the life of another person or takes a bullet for another person it's not deliberately fighting for a brainwashed cause and getting the people into emotional wrecks and thinking they're hero's. Murders are not hero's. Go to youtube and listen to some of the marines talk about killing innocent people and being rewarded for it as they were told to do it. There is so much evidence for tyranny in this country we should abolish the government back down to a small public organization and end the federal reserve bank who creates the money to give to the govrernment out of thin air. The federal reserve is 90% of the problem. It's a privately owned bank and the money is backed by absolutely nothing. We are in debt trillions to the banks. 100% of your income tax goes to the fed.
User avatar #106 - fourtunehunters (05/06/2015) [-]
First off, ass anon (#97) said, you should stop using the word "banks" as a general term and, instead, to strengthen your agrument, actually state which banks you're talking about and cite your sources better, rather than try and make an argument out of no proof, you just sound like an idiot.

Secondly, you have, quite obviously, never read the constitution's Article 1, Section 8, Clause 12, or do not understand what is meant by it, and you should have put down what it says. But, since you didn't, I'll do it for you so everyone can realize how much of an idiot you are for quoting that, stating that the clause means the government is not supposed to raise the military for more than 2 years.

"Article 1, Section 8, Clause 12 and 13: The Congress shall Power to raise and support Armies, but no Appropriation of Money to that Use shall be for a longer Term than two years..." This article was created by the founding fathers because they worried about the danger of standing armies, the kind of permanent professional armed forces that had, they felt, been used by the British monarchy to oppress them before the Revolution. So they carefully divided the power to control the military between the executive and legislative branches; the president is Commander-in-Chief but only Congress has the authority to pay (or not pay) for military actions. Also, Congress cannot fund military operations more than two years in the future. It's not about not having standing armies for over 2 years, it's about Congress not being able to fund military operations more than two years in the future, meaning they cannot fund an action that will happen 2 years from now.

Check yourself before you reck yourself, broski
#97 - anonymous (05/06/2015) [-]
Stop using the "banks" as a blanket term to refer to literally everything the military ever does. It's retarded and not based in any kind of truth.

No-one is "brainwashed". The unidentified "banks" don't run the military. You know why? Because I live with someone who's job it is to sell hundreds of thousands of dollars worth stuff to the military, and they're downsizing and buying much less.

Things have changed culturally, if Washington could see just how immensely powerful everything would become, I believe he would support freeing those in other countries.

Anyway, I also saved some leaked government documents outlining a plan for the future; I am going to attempt to find them again. For the next few decades, it's downsizing and streamlining.


I have done my research extensively, I've heard everything from both sides. You're right about some things, wrong about alot.
#125 - underthetable (05/06/2015) [-]
a lot is two words
#49 - So if we are at war for longer than 2 years what do you propos…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/05/2015 on I smell toast 0
#50 - aaronvan (05/05/2015) [-]
Also thanks for prompt source.
#51 - underthetable (05/05/2015) [-]
The point is government through the banks takes control of the military there is never ending war. The military before our country was created was used for tyranny against the people that's why they implemented it into the constitution It's a tool for government control. Brain wash enough people to call them "heros" give them an emotion to go along with it, use the "troops" for whatever the banks needs for profit are even if it's against their own people and that's it. It's money and power. A hero is a person who saves the life of another person or takes a bullet for another person it's not deliberately fighting for a brainwashed cause and getting the people into emotional wrecks and thinking they're hero's. Murders are not hero's. Go to youtube and listen to some of the marines talk about killing innocent people and being rewarded for it as they were told to do it. There is so much evidence for tyranny in this country we should abolish the government back down to a small public organization and end the federal reserve bank who creates the money to give to the govrernment out of thin air. The federal reserve is 90% of the problem. It's a privately owned bank and the money is backed by absolutely nothing. We are in debt trillions to the banks. 100% of your income tax goes to the fed.
User avatar #106 - fourtunehunters (05/06/2015) [-]
First off, ass anon (#97) said, you should stop using the word "banks" as a general term and, instead, to strengthen your agrument, actually state which banks you're talking about and cite your sources better, rather than try and make an argument out of no proof, you just sound like an idiot.

Secondly, you have, quite obviously, never read the constitution's Article 1, Section 8, Clause 12, or do not understand what is meant by it, and you should have put down what it says. But, since you didn't, I'll do it for you so everyone can realize how much of an idiot you are for quoting that, stating that the clause means the government is not supposed to raise the military for more than 2 years.

"Article 1, Section 8, Clause 12 and 13: The Congress shall Power to raise and support Armies, but no Appropriation of Money to that Use shall be for a longer Term than two years..." This article was created by the founding fathers because they worried about the danger of standing armies, the kind of permanent professional armed forces that had, they felt, been used by the British monarchy to oppress them before the Revolution. So they carefully divided the power to control the military between the executive and legislative branches; the president is Commander-in-Chief but only Congress has the authority to pay (or not pay) for military actions. Also, Congress cannot fund military operations more than two years in the future. It's not about not having standing armies for over 2 years, it's about Congress not being able to fund military operations more than two years in the future, meaning they cannot fund an action that will happen 2 years from now.

Check yourself before you reck yourself, broski
#97 - anonymous (05/06/2015) [-]
Stop using the "banks" as a blanket term to refer to literally everything the military ever does. It's retarded and not based in any kind of truth.

No-one is "brainwashed". The unidentified "banks" don't run the military. You know why? Because I live with someone who's job it is to sell hundreds of thousands of dollars worth stuff to the military, and they're downsizing and buying much less.

Things have changed culturally, if Washington could see just how immensely powerful everything would become, I believe he would support freeing those in other countries.

Anyway, I also saved some leaked government documents outlining a plan for the future; I am going to attempt to find them again. For the next few decades, it's downsizing and streamlining.


I have done my research extensively, I've heard everything from both sides. You're right about some things, wrong about alot.
#125 - underthetable (05/06/2015) [-]
a lot is two words
#46 - Source on the no standing army???  [+] (8 new replies) 05/05/2015 on I smell toast 0
#48 - underthetable (05/05/2015) [-]
US constitution
#47 - underthetable (05/05/2015) [-]
ARTICLE I, SECTION 8, CLAUSE 12
#49 - aaronvan (05/05/2015) [-]
So if we are at war for longer than 2 years what do you propose should happen?
#50 - aaronvan (05/05/2015) [-]
Also thanks for prompt source.
#51 - underthetable (05/05/2015) [-]
The point is government through the banks takes control of the military there is never ending war. The military before our country was created was used for tyranny against the people that's why they implemented it into the constitution It's a tool for government control. Brain wash enough people to call them "heros" give them an emotion to go along with it, use the "troops" for whatever the banks needs for profit are even if it's against their own people and that's it. It's money and power. A hero is a person who saves the life of another person or takes a bullet for another person it's not deliberately fighting for a brainwashed cause and getting the people into emotional wrecks and thinking they're hero's. Murders are not hero's. Go to youtube and listen to some of the marines talk about killing innocent people and being rewarded for it as they were told to do it. There is so much evidence for tyranny in this country we should abolish the government back down to a small public organization and end the federal reserve bank who creates the money to give to the govrernment out of thin air. The federal reserve is 90% of the problem. It's a privately owned bank and the money is backed by absolutely nothing. We are in debt trillions to the banks. 100% of your income tax goes to the fed.
User avatar #106 - fourtunehunters (05/06/2015) [-]
First off, ass anon (#97) said, you should stop using the word "banks" as a general term and, instead, to strengthen your agrument, actually state which banks you're talking about and cite your sources better, rather than try and make an argument out of no proof, you just sound like an idiot.

Secondly, you have, quite obviously, never read the constitution's Article 1, Section 8, Clause 12, or do not understand what is meant by it, and you should have put down what it says. But, since you didn't, I'll do it for you so everyone can realize how much of an idiot you are for quoting that, stating that the clause means the government is not supposed to raise the military for more than 2 years.

"Article 1, Section 8, Clause 12 and 13: The Congress shall Power to raise and support Armies, but no Appropriation of Money to that Use shall be for a longer Term than two years..." This article was created by the founding fathers because they worried about the danger of standing armies, the kind of permanent professional armed forces that had, they felt, been used by the British monarchy to oppress them before the Revolution. So they carefully divided the power to control the military between the executive and legislative branches; the president is Commander-in-Chief but only Congress has the authority to pay (or not pay) for military actions. Also, Congress cannot fund military operations more than two years in the future. It's not about not having standing armies for over 2 years, it's about Congress not being able to fund military operations more than two years in the future, meaning they cannot fund an action that will happen 2 years from now.

Check yourself before you reck yourself, broski
#97 - anonymous (05/06/2015) [-]
Stop using the "banks" as a blanket term to refer to literally everything the military ever does. It's retarded and not based in any kind of truth.

No-one is "brainwashed". The unidentified "banks" don't run the military. You know why? Because I live with someone who's job it is to sell hundreds of thousands of dollars worth stuff to the military, and they're downsizing and buying much less.

Things have changed culturally, if Washington could see just how immensely powerful everything would become, I believe he would support freeing those in other countries.

Anyway, I also saved some leaked government documents outlining a plan for the future; I am going to attempt to find them again. For the next few decades, it's downsizing and streamlining.


I have done my research extensively, I've heard everything from both sides. You're right about some things, wrong about alot.
#125 - underthetable (05/06/2015) [-]
a lot is two words
#107 - Both, although the power tools they have arent huge power tool… 04/30/2015 on Tales of an autoparts worker 0
#79 - I know i do, but then again both of my parents are electrician…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/29/2015 on Tales of an autoparts worker 0
#87 - shadowgandalf (04/29/2015) [-]
Do they mostly have manual or powertools?
#107 - aaronvan (04/30/2015) [-]
Both, although the power tools they have arent huge power tools, biggest one they have is a circular saw
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User avatar #6 - Vegetaftfw (09/13/2012) [-]
Some of the stuff you traded was discontinued, so you might want to keep them :)

I'll send the trade.
#7 to #6 - aaronvan (09/13/2012) [-]
thanks, first time trading i apolagize for the noobiness
User avatar #8 to #7 - Vegetaftfw (09/13/2012) [-]
It's fine, you can get more for DC'd items so don't sell them for junk :)

I'll make a list of which of your items are DC's if you want?

If you need anything else that I have several of feel free to ask for them.
User avatar #1 - Vegetaftfw (09/13/2012) [-]
I'll trade 40 random food items for a furnace :)
#2 to #1 - aaronvan (09/13/2012) [-]
you sure you dont want anything else, as i dont have 40 food items
User avatar #3 to #2 - Vegetaftfw (09/13/2012) [-]
40 junk items?
#4 to #3 - aaronvan (09/13/2012) [-]
sure
User avatar #5 to #4 - Vegetaftfw (09/13/2012) [-]
Send trade, you can have an alch table as well.
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