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#129 - It was like a downward spiral. It was kinda great in …  [+] (2 new replies) 05/07/2014 on Much bounce +1
#145 - pettdavids (05/07/2014) [-]
That's something I've noticed in almost all anime's... Death note was really awesome but became less awesome about halfway through
When L died and stuff
#146 - felixjarl (05/07/2014) [-]
My theory is that the writers bring something new to the show. But as they start going on they either change topic(and often fail in making it as good) or continue and just make it bland.

Happens in western media as well but hardly as often.
#132 - Considering the fact that 70-80% of all German troops fell on …  [+] (24 new replies) 05/07/2014 on sneaky american dad writing +9
#240 - anonymous (05/07/2014) [-]
you know nothing Jon Snow. American industry won WW2. That's how Germany was doing so well, until every factory in America started pumping out killing machines for her friends.
#263 - anonymous (05/07/2014) [-]
'until every factory in America started pumping out killing machines to sell'
#426 - anonymous (05/07/2014) [-]
> to sell

> lend-lease act
#159 - anonymous (05/07/2014) [-]
You do realize they were able to do that because the US supplied the shit out of them right?
#161 - felixjarl (05/07/2014) [-]
Yes that is a fact.

Specially the 1600 trucks did good as they could build tanks instead.

But even so, i stand on my point that they could have won.
#163 - anonymous (05/07/2014) [-]
Even with US money and supplies like every other russian soldier had a rifle. I really don't think russians throwing sticks and stones could have overthrown the entire German army if it was just Germany vs Russia.
User avatar #167 - felixjarl (05/07/2014) [-]
Yes but even so they russians did still have more rifles than the Nazis.
#170 - anonymous (05/07/2014) [-]
Yes and even then Russia was sustaining major losses when compared to the Germans, if Russia hadn't had those supplies and money, and Germany hadn't been fighting in the west as well i'm very skeptical Russia would've succeeded.
User avatar #174 - felixjarl (05/07/2014) [-]
But the soviet union could afford those loses! Before the war they had introduced general constriction as well as various forces of female warriors(although minor).

And the question here is perhaps not about forces, but climate.

The Russians were dressed for the climate, the Germans were not.(no winter camouflage as a example) They could perhaps not out gun the Nazis, but they sure as hell could outlast them in the winter.
#502 - sotalokki (05/07/2014) [-]
Some russians were dressed for winter, most of the troops had to share a rifle and were definitively not suited for winter warfare. Read about Stalingrad or the winter war in Finland.
20 000 000 russians (civilians and soldiers) died during ww2, I don't think anyone in the world can call that "affordable losses" besides Stalin.

Pic: Russian Soldier in Finland.
User avatar #503 - felixjarl (05/07/2014) [-]
I was talking about the germans not being dressed.
#504 - sotalokki (05/07/2014) [-]
Well you can't say that the Russians were dressed for winter if less than half of them had cloths that kept them warm.
#506 - felixjarl (05/07/2014) [-]
Are we talking armed forces or civilians?
#507 - sotalokki (05/07/2014) [-]
Armed forces, but I doubt the civilians had it much better.
User avatar #508 - felixjarl (05/07/2014) [-]
Considering it is Stalin we are talking about I doubt it.

But i got to say in my defence that the Russians had winter camouflage and enough of it to be actually considered a cloaked army. Or atleast half cloaked army.

Seems like you know more about that than me, care to tell me more?
#521 - sotalokki (05/07/2014) [-]
I have no doubt that some chosen units were given proper equipment but the majority had to survive with the most basic of equipment because of the lack of resources in Sovjetunion after Stalins "succesful" 5 year plans before the war.

I'm not sure I answered your question, could you be a bit more precise about what you would want to know and I'll answer as well as I can.
User avatar #561 - felixjarl (05/07/2014) [-]
Chosen units aside. What was the common winter gear and camouflage provided to the common soldier(line infantry) and was there any gear bonuses given to combat rank officers(majors and down)
#180 - gerfox (05/07/2014) [-]
Its a valid point to add that the Germans had a lot of forces tied up elsewhere, which would've been used against the Russians if it was only them against one another. The Russians outmanned the Germans severely, and was butchered - but still won because they could just replace the dead.

Germany had among other things 400 000 soldiers stationed in Norway for the entirety of the war to the Norwegians from rising up. Those would've been good to have on the eastern front. Ultimately, also, the Germans made many grave errors on the east front. Some of them due to Hitler being a total imbecile at tactics and strategy, and trumping his generals.
User avatar #185 - felixjarl (05/07/2014) [-]
Keeping the Norwegians from rising up! HAH! that is hilarious. Being sent to Norway was considered a holiday by the German troops. Why? Because we hardly had any resistance movement. Mostly because the fled Norwegian government had spoken with clear words that they did not want to sabotage the Norwegians in fear of retributions.

Also the 400,000 soldiers you speak of were built up by non Germanic soldiers(which were of very poor quality) or either recruits or fatigued soldiers who were not supplied to fight a full scale war nor trained to do this.

Even though they got greater losses they were able to take the losses, unlike the Germans bear in mind.
Also good point about Hitler, he was worth 10 million soldiers for the Russians with all his blunders and faults.
#191 - gerfox (05/07/2014) [-]
No resistance movement? Now you're just trying to get me mad.
The heavy water sabotage at Rjukan, and Operation Mardonius being two famous operations. There are also several other examples. My grandfather was in the resistance, and he helped steal and smuggle out blueprints of a new bomb for the Luftwaffe.

Also, keep in mind that the invasion was just 35 years after our independence. Most our populace was still very nationalistic, I think that, given the chance - and also due to the strategic importance of Norway, had the Germans weakened their military presence here, or had the same presence as they did in for instance France, the Brits would've landed a small army to help us out, and thousands of volunteers would've flocked to their banners

If it was just considered a vacation, why didn't they send them somewhere like France, or Balkan - somewhere not cold and of strategic importance in case the allies landed.

The Russians weren't exactly trained to fight a full scale war either, were they?
#206 - felixjarl (05/07/2014) [-]
Nå skal du høre kamerat.

The maxmanus operations portrayed in the movie was one year apart from each one. He hardly did any other missions than the one shows.

And that great shit they did sink? Know how many persons died from that. One. That is right mate. With all that Hollywood in the scene only one person died from it. And it was not really a important ship to begin with.

To quote a Norwegian ''resistance'' veteran: ''Fighting? No that was dangerous''

And they did send troops of the same calibre to all occupied territory, it was just not Norway. The true soldiers were sent to the fronts.

And no the Germans were not prepared for it. Staling himself was not planing to attack Germany and did think that they had to wait to the next spring before either him or the Nazis were ready to launch an invasion, he was wrong of course. Bring in recent poltical extermination of the Soviet officer corps and you get bad army who only were able to stay because of sheer numbers.

But let me say on thing, i am not trying to piss on our heritage here. You have reason to eb proud of your grandfather, he did what so few of us did. Fight back.
All i am saying is that the propaganda we use about our resistance fighters is way blown over. We do have a thing to be proud of though. And that is our merchant navy, the third largest of that time and extremely valuable. As a British general did say: The merchant was worth a million men if not more.

#229 - gerfox (05/07/2014) [-]
I'm not saying I think the role of our resistance movement isn't exaggerated, but 400 000 soldiers to occupy, and stay on vacation in a country with perhaps a 3 million population at the time? Isn't that very excessive unless our resistance is pretty heavy? Perhaps I'm under emphasizing the strategic value of our fjords etcetera, but considering that the force the Germans had in occupied France was just a fraction of the amount of soldiers they had in Norway (and the French resistance has been extremely praised after WW2, even though the only time they showed their true eminence was the D-day).
User avatar #239 - felixjarl (05/07/2014) [-]
They were there not to prevent the us from attacking them.

They were there to stall the allied assault for long enough until more robust reinforcements could arrive. The reason for such a high number is part our geography(lots of mountains and big coastline) and part because allied counter intelligence had made Hitler believe that it was a target.

And although our fjords and terrain were important it was not really that which made it valuable, but instead the iron mines of Sweden which was crucial to German arms manufacturing.

And the French resistance is a example of where they did it right.
#249 - gerfox (05/07/2014) [-]
But the French resistance didn't really do that much until the D-day... Our resistance did exactly what was expected of us, and more. In addition, the French resistance also had more room to maneuver with less Jerries there to spoil it for them.

I'm a little confused by your first two paragraphs. But I think I got it!

I think you're wrong on this one, because I guess you are initially referring to the defense of France. This approach of having forces there not to deter the allies from attacking them, and supporting wasn't adopted until Gerd von Rundstedt became the leader of the defense of France as far as I know (Rommel at least preferred a more direct approach, and wanted the panzer divisions to be stationed closer to the beaches.. Anyway, it still doesn't explain why they had such a vast amount of troops in Norway. 100 000 would've been sufficient to hold our country for months alone, despite of our mountains and hard geography. 300 000 additional men stationed in Northern France could've been enough to perhaps throw the allies back into the sea, in spite of their lack of training (and if Hitler wasn't retarded of course).
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But Sweden is bigger than Norway.
User avatar #14 - deadlockr (05/06/2014) [-]
That's the reason why Sweden is a bad word. I'm Norwegian
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**Orc rolled image** Fuckin' Norwegians
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Forgot the context, but I can remember that no rape involved.
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#2745 - felixjarl ONLINE (04/06/2014) [-]
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This is a thought I originally got in a discussion about why homosexuality exists in humans at all. It is a theory and should not be used in a pure scientific debate.

The original idea is that about altruism, that something are good for a pack as a whole but might be bad for a certain individual. Example a individual who makes a noise to warn of incoming predators but therefore makes the predator locate the one who made the noise.

One thought I have been brewing on is that homosexuality developed as a tool for us to survive. Humans are a pack species. And to work better as a pack we need to know and care for the other members of the pack. Now what if homosexuality developed as a way for us to bond deeper than just normal friendship.

We are more willing to help someone we have a relationship with than someone who we don't, be it lover, one night stand or commitment. One good example is the sacred band of Thebes, a Greek city state with a 300 soldier elite unit. This unit consisted of 150 pairs of homosexual ****** . They were so willing to fight for their loved ones that they would fight like beasts. As anyone would for the person they cared the most about.

Many people in their teens will often develop bisexuality or full homosexuality which passes over in a few years. Many times creating lasting friendship even after they have lost their interest in these people sexually.
So what if it truly is like that? A way that makes it easier for the pack to survive at the expense of a few member who will not reproduce.
User avatar #2847 - fukkenname (07/03/2014) [-]
Long live the king

miss you bbz
#2828 - waffies (06/22/2014) [-]
Hey you. How've you been?
#2829 to #2828 - felixjarl ONLINE (06/22/2014) [-]
Finer than a long time, just been a long walk uphill lately.

Also i started to catch up on a old interest. See if you can recognize it.
User avatar #2830 to #2829 - waffies (06/22/2014) [-]
Literally just took a big walk? Or metaphorical?

Not a clue. All that comes to mind is Vengarls armor from Dark Souls 2, but i know that's not it. Whats it from?
User avatar #2831 to #2830 - felixjarl ONLINE (06/22/2014) [-]
Metaphorical in a positive light.

Well it is form the ancient game puzzle pirates, launched in 2002 i think.
#2832 to #2831 - waffies (06/22/2014) [-]
Well good! Sounds like life is treating you well.

And i never played it, seems vaguely familiar, like a friend played it or something...

<--- thats vengarl's armor btw, you can see where i got /some/ comparison, Bears and redness and kilts and all
User avatar #2833 to #2832 - felixjarl ONLINE (06/22/2014) [-]
Like a very simplified version yes. 12 years of graphical updates sure makes it different.

So how is DS2 for you?
User avatar #2834 to #2833 - waffies (06/22/2014) [-]
DS2 was fun. Beat it once, and played through most of a second time. I know i'll enjoy it again later, but replaying so soon again after got boring for me. I'll get on another kick eventually.

Whatcha been up to lately? Also, any idea when vol 3 of Dreamkeepers will be released online? (im too poor to buy up the books)
#2835 to #2834 - felixjarl ONLINE (06/22/2014) [-]
Afraid i do not have any knowledge of that, found a file of piratebay once through a random board. So i assume it has been released.
#2836 to #2835 - waffies (06/22/2014) [-]
Alright. The prequel has been horribly entertaining as always. I hope they get back in the swing of updates again soonish
Alright. The prequel has been horribly entertaining as always. I hope they get back in the swing of updates again soonish
#2837 to #2836 - felixjarl ONLINE (06/22/2014) [-]
Do you have any knowledge of a volume 4? Planed,? creating?
User avatar #2839 to #2837 - waffies (06/22/2014) [-]
Oh **** , just looked, they recently had to evacuate to avoid a fire in their area... wao
#2840 to #2839 - felixjarl ONLINE (06/22/2014) [-]
Fire even. The pleasure of a dry climate. Here fire is something that is measured is meters not cities.

Atleast i hope they are okey.
#2841 to #2840 - waffies (06/22/2014) [-]
Around here, it tends to be measured in hundreds of acres...
Around here, it tends to be measured in hundreds of acres...
#2842 to #2841 - felixjarl ONLINE (06/22/2014) [-]
Snowstorm. Bring it.
Hail. easy
Flood. No problem

County spanning fires. Dear lord. I was not even aware those things could get so big.
#2843 to #2842 - waffies (06/22/2014) [-]
Yeah, if it comes down from the sky, it doesnt really bother me. But fires and quakes worry me horribly. There's only one building in my entire town that is taller than the local trees. A quake could bring em down, hell strong winds have brought trees down on houses.

tis worrisome at times
User avatar #2844 to #2843 - felixjarl ONLINE (06/22/2014) [-]
And how long are those trees?

Also this will be my last reply. going to bed now. See you some other time broski.
User avatar #2845 to #2844 - waffies (06/22/2014) [-]
The trees around my house average 50 feet high? something like that. Gnight felix
#2838 to #2837 - waffies (06/22/2014) [-]
absolutely positively no idea, and i've been paying attention. After they moved into their new place they've been highly uncommunicative... I mean they still chat on their twitter a bit, but not much about the comic
#2827 to #2826 - felixjarl ONLINE (06/20/2014) [-]
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#2824 - kimilsung ONLINE (06/19/2014) [-]
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#2820 - evilicious ONLINE (06/19/2014) [-]
hey qt
User avatar #2823 to #2821 - lordgeneral (06/19/2014) [-]
he did this on my profile too.
User avatar #2814 - lordgeneral (06/13/2014) [-]
are you using your funnyjunk points?
User avatar #2815 to #2814 - felixjarl ONLINE (06/13/2014) [-]
Not really, but i am rather fond of them.
User avatar #2816 to #2815 - lordgeneral (06/13/2014) [-]
I don't suppose there'd be a way for you to slide a few my way?
User avatar #2817 to #2816 - felixjarl ONLINE (06/13/2014) [-]
not really, though the tickets are yours if you want them.
User avatar #2818 to #2817 - lordgeneral (06/13/2014) [-]
oh, I'd love 'em
User avatar #2819 to #2818 - felixjarl ONLINE (06/13/2014) [-]
send me a trade and take em.
#2807 - sotalokki (05/08/2014) [-]
I'm too lazy to write so here you go. It should give a quick overview about your question.
#2808 to #2807 - felixjarl ONLINE (05/08/2014) [-]
Thanks mate. Although it does not mention anything of winter gear the side arm part was interesting.
Thanks mate. Although it does not mention anything of winter gear the side arm part was interesting.
User avatar #2804 - megpoidgumibear (05/04/2014) [-]
can i have all of your pictures with a mouth
#2805 to #2804 - felixjarl ONLINE (05/04/2014) [-]
soooooo. every picture i have of mammals, insects, fish and various other creatures?
User avatar #2801 - superstephtime (05/02/2014) [-]
Songify This - CAN'T HUG EVERY CAT (now on iTunes) -- a song about loving cats hey sexy
#2802 to #2801 - felixjarl ONLINE (05/02/2014) [-]
yeah i will skip that video.   
Also if you want to get my attention a simple greeting is much more interesting, attractive and desired.
yeah i will skip that video.

Also if you want to get my attention a simple greeting is much more interesting, attractive and desired.
User avatar #2792 - giffythetoad (04/23/2014) [-]
u kicw tiy, nleuya.
#2793 to #2792 - felixjarl ONLINE (04/23/2014) [-]
Oh yeah. Now we talking mate.   
It is really nice to have you back here.
Oh yeah. Now we talking mate.

It is really nice to have you back here.
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