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#9 - Pssh I'll be waiting, faggot. 07/22/2016 on It's not about holding the... +2
#3 - That's a momster from Capcom's world-famous videogame series M…  [+] (8 new replies) 07/18/2016 on riding +16
#4 - xerxic (07/18/2016) [-]
I believe you are mistaken good sir, That is in fact a Bit Beast, specifically a Bakugan from Monster Rancher.
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#5 - emilwagner (07/18/2016) [-]
Nah thats a blue eyes white dragon from magic the gathering right there.
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#6 - akisswagson (07/18/2016) [-]
thats a fucking beybalde
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#9 - regularorange (07/18/2016) [-]
No thats a metabod, you know? that sitcom from studio ghibli
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#11 - tsnkami (07/18/2016) [-]
Nope, I can confirm that is in fact and Angel from Evangelion.
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#12 - leonhardt (07/18/2016) [-]
Shut up you're retarded its obviously a Gundam
#18 - hexagony (07/18/2016) [-]
That's clearly Super Mario
#20 - omfgninjaneer (07/18/2016) [-]
Nah it's Stitch from Duel Masters
#4 - They're "scaling warning message images"  [+] (1 new reply) 07/18/2016 on die bart die +1
#12 - fistings (07/18/2016) [-]
thanks fam
#12 - "my 7 years of experience with a single woman gives me en…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/18/2016 on I ordered my copy like 3... +1
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#14 - feffog (07/18/2016) [-]
im pretty sure its just strawman bait
#7 - Overuse of be in a sentence? A briefcase full of bees shou… 07/18/2016 on The Very Best +2
#108 - Case and point: you need a college diploma to even nominate fo…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/17/2016 on Who's that Turkish Leader?! 0
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#109 - thumbfortrump (07/17/2016) [-]
He does have a higher education, which is the requirement for presidency. So that point is ridiculous.

>"he could easily shut down any news outlet that tried to report on the subject"
Except despite his overtaking of some media, there are still plenty of free media in Turkey, many of them Western. So that point is also retarded.

Yes it was a smart move. Not a moral one, a smart one. Learn the difference.

>besides the fact that Erdogan lost literally nothing yet gained more power
We have yet to see if he has gained more power. It has only been two days. And I hope you're not somehow saying that a military independent from the legislative and executive powers is a good thing.
#106 - Oh gee I'm sorry I missed the part that a POLITICIAN PROMISED …  [+] (3 new replies) 07/17/2016 on Who's that Turkish Leader?! 0
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#107 - thumbfortrump (07/17/2016) [-]
If you think he's not obliged to live up to his promise, after something this extremely serious, you're totally delusional.

First of all, the phrasing he used was "invite", and secondly it was complete chaos. It was a smart move. Any harm done to civilians by military hand would only make people side with Erdogan.

That this was all somehow orchestrated by Erdogan is extremely retarded and totally unfactual. Turkey has a long history of military coup. No high-ranking official would ever say yes to something as mad as what you're suggesting.
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#108 - attifyon (07/17/2016) [-]
Case and point: you need a college diploma to even nominate for presidency in Turkey, yet Erdogan doesn't have a diploma.
And with the iron grip he has on the media, even if he didn't live up to his promise he could easily shut down any news outlet that tried to report on the subject. He doesn't need to feel concerned about it.
"It was a smart move" to throw his own citizens to gunfire? He doesn't care about the safety of the people AT ALL.
"extremely retarded and totally unfactual" besides the fact that Erdogan lost literally nothing yet gained more power, will likely run for president once more with his newfound support and made the people turn on the military which, again, is mostly independent unlike the police force which is basically Erdogan's lap dog at this point.
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#109 - thumbfortrump (07/17/2016) [-]
He does have a higher education, which is the requirement for presidency. So that point is ridiculous.

>"he could easily shut down any news outlet that tried to report on the subject"
Except despite his overtaking of some media, there are still plenty of free media in Turkey, many of them Western. So that point is also retarded.

Yes it was a smart move. Not a moral one, a smart one. Learn the difference.

>besides the fact that Erdogan lost literally nothing yet gained more power
We have yet to see if he has gained more power. It has only been two days. And I hope you're not somehow saying that a military independent from the legislative and executive powers is a good thing.
#104 - Are you dense? I'm saying that the high-ranking officials …  [+] (5 new replies) 07/17/2016 on Who's that Turkish Leader?! 0
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#105 - thumbfortrump (07/17/2016) [-]
And your proof of that is?
He has promised, in the media, the highest punishment possible for this high treason as he puts it. He has an obligation to the public to punish the rebels harshly. Death penalty of a life sentence are the only two options he has. Any high ranking official participating in the coup would know that this is what they would face if the coup failed.

And if we are going to play your conspiracy game, then they would have definitely still thought this through, even if Erdogan promised nothing would happen to them.
Unless you of course think yourself smarter than a Turkish Colonel.
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#106 - attifyon (07/17/2016) [-]
Oh gee I'm sorry I missed the part that a POLITICIAN PROMISED something on the media.
Again, the coup just happened to start when Erdogan was in vacation, not to mention at almost midnight and not even a single government official was kidnapped/harmed.
Taking that into consideration then yes, the involved Turkish Colonels are either retarded or in some sort of conspiracy.
All of this ended in Erdogan's favor, despite thousands of civilians getting harmed one way or another.
It is also extremely weird for Erdogan to "order" the citizens to march the streets against military personnel in possession of firearms, fighter jets, tanks, bombs etc. when the civilians had literally nothing when he could've sent cooperative soldiers instead.
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#107 - thumbfortrump (07/17/2016) [-]
If you think he's not obliged to live up to his promise, after something this extremely serious, you're totally delusional.

First of all, the phrasing he used was "invite", and secondly it was complete chaos. It was a smart move. Any harm done to civilians by military hand would only make people side with Erdogan.

That this was all somehow orchestrated by Erdogan is extremely retarded and totally unfactual. Turkey has a long history of military coup. No high-ranking official would ever say yes to something as mad as what you're suggesting.
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#108 - attifyon (07/17/2016) [-]
Case and point: you need a college diploma to even nominate for presidency in Turkey, yet Erdogan doesn't have a diploma.
And with the iron grip he has on the media, even if he didn't live up to his promise he could easily shut down any news outlet that tried to report on the subject. He doesn't need to feel concerned about it.
"It was a smart move" to throw his own citizens to gunfire? He doesn't care about the safety of the people AT ALL.
"extremely retarded and totally unfactual" besides the fact that Erdogan lost literally nothing yet gained more power, will likely run for president once more with his newfound support and made the people turn on the military which, again, is mostly independent unlike the police force which is basically Erdogan's lap dog at this point.
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#109 - thumbfortrump (07/17/2016) [-]
He does have a higher education, which is the requirement for presidency. So that point is ridiculous.

>"he could easily shut down any news outlet that tried to report on the subject"
Except despite his overtaking of some media, there are still plenty of free media in Turkey, many of them Western. So that point is also retarded.

Yes it was a smart move. Not a moral one, a smart one. Learn the difference.

>besides the fact that Erdogan lost literally nothing yet gained more power
We have yet to see if he has gained more power. It has only been two days. And I hope you're not somehow saying that a military independent from the legislative and executive powers is a good thing.
#102 - Undermine the trust for army and partially replace the militar…  [+] (7 new replies) 07/17/2016 on Who's that Turkish Leader?! 0
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#103 - thumbfortrump (07/17/2016) [-]
Following the order of army officials, which will more than likely be executed now.

Now, why would an army official participate in a coup with the more than likely risk of being executed if the coup failed?
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#104 - attifyon (07/17/2016) [-]
Are you dense?
I'm saying that the high-ranking officials were in cahoots with Erdogan, and any sort of "punishment" they'll receive will be only to fool the public. Hell, they might even pull some sort of "they left the country before we could punish them, oh well" kind of scenario.
Knowing Erdogan, he might even go with it and actually execute them. After all, what can they do, say that this was a set-up and they were ordered to do so by Erdogan? Who will believe them?
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#105 - thumbfortrump (07/17/2016) [-]
And your proof of that is?
He has promised, in the media, the highest punishment possible for this high treason as he puts it. He has an obligation to the public to punish the rebels harshly. Death penalty of a life sentence are the only two options he has. Any high ranking official participating in the coup would know that this is what they would face if the coup failed.

And if we are going to play your conspiracy game, then they would have definitely still thought this through, even if Erdogan promised nothing would happen to them.
Unless you of course think yourself smarter than a Turkish Colonel.
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#106 - attifyon (07/17/2016) [-]
Oh gee I'm sorry I missed the part that a POLITICIAN PROMISED something on the media.
Again, the coup just happened to start when Erdogan was in vacation, not to mention at almost midnight and not even a single government official was kidnapped/harmed.
Taking that into consideration then yes, the involved Turkish Colonels are either retarded or in some sort of conspiracy.
All of this ended in Erdogan's favor, despite thousands of civilians getting harmed one way or another.
It is also extremely weird for Erdogan to "order" the citizens to march the streets against military personnel in possession of firearms, fighter jets, tanks, bombs etc. when the civilians had literally nothing when he could've sent cooperative soldiers instead.
User avatar
#107 - thumbfortrump (07/17/2016) [-]
If you think he's not obliged to live up to his promise, after something this extremely serious, you're totally delusional.

First of all, the phrasing he used was "invite", and secondly it was complete chaos. It was a smart move. Any harm done to civilians by military hand would only make people side with Erdogan.

That this was all somehow orchestrated by Erdogan is extremely retarded and totally unfactual. Turkey has a long history of military coup. No high-ranking official would ever say yes to something as mad as what you're suggesting.
User avatar
#108 - attifyon (07/17/2016) [-]
Case and point: you need a college diploma to even nominate for presidency in Turkey, yet Erdogan doesn't have a diploma.
And with the iron grip he has on the media, even if he didn't live up to his promise he could easily shut down any news outlet that tried to report on the subject. He doesn't need to feel concerned about it.
"It was a smart move" to throw his own citizens to gunfire? He doesn't care about the safety of the people AT ALL.
"extremely retarded and totally unfactual" besides the fact that Erdogan lost literally nothing yet gained more power, will likely run for president once more with his newfound support and made the people turn on the military which, again, is mostly independent unlike the police force which is basically Erdogan's lap dog at this point.
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#109 - thumbfortrump (07/17/2016) [-]
He does have a higher education, which is the requirement for presidency. So that point is ridiculous.

>"he could easily shut down any news outlet that tried to report on the subject"
Except despite his overtaking of some media, there are still plenty of free media in Turkey, many of them Western. So that point is also retarded.

Yes it was a smart move. Not a moral one, a smart one. Learn the difference.

>besides the fact that Erdogan lost literally nothing yet gained more power
We have yet to see if he has gained more power. It has only been two days. And I hope you're not somehow saying that a military independent from the legislative and executive powers is a good thing.
#96 - You mean to tell me that Erdogan doesn't care about other peop…  [+] (9 new replies) 07/17/2016 on Who's that Turkish Leader?! 0
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#101 - thumbfortrump (07/17/2016) [-]
Plenty of army officials have been arrested, and the prime minister has practically already given them a death sentence.

What you lack to substantiate is why someone would participate in a fake coup and run the risk of being sentenced to death. What could they possibly gain by dying.
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#102 - attifyon (07/17/2016) [-]
Undermine the trust for army and partially replace the military powers with the police, which Erdogan has more control over.
Most soldiers involved were young and inexperienced, and were just following orders.
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#103 - thumbfortrump (07/17/2016) [-]
Following the order of army officials, which will more than likely be executed now.

Now, why would an army official participate in a coup with the more than likely risk of being executed if the coup failed?
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#104 - attifyon (07/17/2016) [-]
Are you dense?
I'm saying that the high-ranking officials were in cahoots with Erdogan, and any sort of "punishment" they'll receive will be only to fool the public. Hell, they might even pull some sort of "they left the country before we could punish them, oh well" kind of scenario.
Knowing Erdogan, he might even go with it and actually execute them. After all, what can they do, say that this was a set-up and they were ordered to do so by Erdogan? Who will believe them?
User avatar
#105 - thumbfortrump (07/17/2016) [-]
And your proof of that is?
He has promised, in the media, the highest punishment possible for this high treason as he puts it. He has an obligation to the public to punish the rebels harshly. Death penalty of a life sentence are the only two options he has. Any high ranking official participating in the coup would know that this is what they would face if the coup failed.

And if we are going to play your conspiracy game, then they would have definitely still thought this through, even if Erdogan promised nothing would happen to them.
Unless you of course think yourself smarter than a Turkish Colonel.
User avatar
#106 - attifyon (07/17/2016) [-]
Oh gee I'm sorry I missed the part that a POLITICIAN PROMISED something on the media.
Again, the coup just happened to start when Erdogan was in vacation, not to mention at almost midnight and not even a single government official was kidnapped/harmed.
Taking that into consideration then yes, the involved Turkish Colonels are either retarded or in some sort of conspiracy.
All of this ended in Erdogan's favor, despite thousands of civilians getting harmed one way or another.
It is also extremely weird for Erdogan to "order" the citizens to march the streets against military personnel in possession of firearms, fighter jets, tanks, bombs etc. when the civilians had literally nothing when he could've sent cooperative soldiers instead.
User avatar
#107 - thumbfortrump (07/17/2016) [-]
If you think he's not obliged to live up to his promise, after something this extremely serious, you're totally delusional.

First of all, the phrasing he used was "invite", and secondly it was complete chaos. It was a smart move. Any harm done to civilians by military hand would only make people side with Erdogan.

That this was all somehow orchestrated by Erdogan is extremely retarded and totally unfactual. Turkey has a long history of military coup. No high-ranking official would ever say yes to something as mad as what you're suggesting.
User avatar
#108 - attifyon (07/17/2016) [-]
Case and point: you need a college diploma to even nominate for presidency in Turkey, yet Erdogan doesn't have a diploma.
And with the iron grip he has on the media, even if he didn't live up to his promise he could easily shut down any news outlet that tried to report on the subject. He doesn't need to feel concerned about it.
"It was a smart move" to throw his own citizens to gunfire? He doesn't care about the safety of the people AT ALL.
"extremely retarded and totally unfactual" besides the fact that Erdogan lost literally nothing yet gained more power, will likely run for president once more with his newfound support and made the people turn on the military which, again, is mostly independent unlike the police force which is basically Erdogan's lap dog at this point.
User avatar
#109 - thumbfortrump (07/17/2016) [-]
He does have a higher education, which is the requirement for presidency. So that point is ridiculous.

>"he could easily shut down any news outlet that tried to report on the subject"
Except despite his overtaking of some media, there are still plenty of free media in Turkey, many of them Western. So that point is also retarded.

Yes it was a smart move. Not a moral one, a smart one. Learn the difference.

>besides the fact that Erdogan lost literally nothing yet gained more power
We have yet to see if he has gained more power. It has only been two days. And I hope you're not somehow saying that a military independent from the legislative and executive powers is a good thing.