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|#6 - Picture [+] (4 new replies)||03/26/2015 on Damn||+64|
#97 - fefe (03/26/2015) [-]
Awwww, Pokemon Snap
Me and my brother would time ourselves on how long it would take eachother to beat the whole game, if you didn't get pictures of Mew in the bonus level you failed.
15 minutes was our best time if I remember right.... which I probably don't
|#44 - They have refused to film without him, and have said they will…||03/26/2015 on RIP Top Gear||0|
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|#68 - You may fancy a look here, also cptcanada too [+] (1 new reply)||03/25/2015 on so drink into the drink||+2|
|#147 - I mean, I'd assume so Its just one of the laws that never got …||03/24/2015 on Dumb laws: UK edition||0|
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|#20 - maybe one day bae, in till then it will have to be random comm…||03/24/2015 on Tales From The OC Maker...||+1|
|#18 - shieeet, I missed that! sorry you didnt get it bro [+] (2 new replies)||03/24/2015 on Tales From The OC Maker...||+1|
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|#84 - It's still legal to shoot at a Scotsman with a longbow if he i… [+] (2 new replies)||03/24/2015 on Dumb laws: UK edition||+6|
|#113 - Do what you want with your money, its your's you work for it y… [+] (1 new reply)||03/23/2015 on True Story||+2|
|#90 - Sorry||03/22/2015 on It's a cute story||+2|
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|#139 - You werent defending me? But im adorable and fun at parties||03/22/2015 on Uncle Mo||0|
|#50 - thats what my picture reply was about, because the idea of the…||03/22/2015 on Uncle Mo||+3|
|#40 - Picture||03/22/2015 on Uncle Mo||+3|
|#31 - Yes that is something I said.||03/21/2015 on Uncle Mo||-1|
|#8 - WRONG HOLE||03/21/2015 on Human, help||+20|
|#29 - What are you trying to say? [+] (2 new replies)||03/21/2015 on Uncle Mo||-1|
|#21 - IS IT? IS IT FUNNY!||03/21/2015 on Scrubs||+5|
|#17 - I think the point here made is when its a Non-Muslim in the We… [+] (5 new replies)||03/21/2015 on Uncle Mo||-2|
|#15 - wow, so much Islamic outrage, this will surely spell the end f… [+] (9 new replies)||03/21/2015 on Uncle Mo||-3|
#17 - formidableguy (03/21/2015) [-]
I think the point here made is when its a Non-Muslim in the Western world who make's a non violent "crime" against Islam at large there's rallies in the streets from London to Baghdad.
Meanwhile 2 mosques and hundred's of people, and it's no where near the same reaction.
Not saying that there was no rallies, just not on the same scale, which for the most part has been true. With Yemen being the exception, but that's not strange considering the incident was in Yemen!
|#14 - Im more concerned over the 6000 year old structures built by a… [+] (23 new replies)||03/21/2015 on Uncle Mo||+424|
#129 - skeery (03/22/2015) [-]
Western and Chinese emissions are destroying Earth's ecosystems, which have existed for millions of years more than any man-made structures, at a much faster rate than the Islamic State is destroying artifacts of human history.
Everyone is destroying everything at this point, who's to say who is better or worse?
#39 - fefe (03/22/2015) [-]
Implying these arabs were descendants of assyrians and babylonians.
#45 - nanglo (03/22/2015) [-]
Hearing you, it seems that all those people just vanished one day and that arabs popped out of the ground like mushrooms.
It's like saying that French and English people aren't of Celtic descent because they have been conquered by the Roman empire.
#130 - wellimnotsure (03/22/2015) [-]
Sand niggers are not descendants direct of ancient Egyptians, Assyrians or Babylonians. These people ceased to exist as extent ethnicity long ago. They are mostly the descendants of Persians and Arab's that took over these regions and slaughtered or assimilated these peoples. To call them anything but, is an insult.
#53 - arandomanon (03/22/2015) [-]
It's not about DNA heritage because that's just isn't important. It's about culture heritage. And their culture heritage is basically tribes of sandniggers who prayed to rocks until they converted to islam and started raiding every other culture that was next to them.
#56 - comradewinter (03/22/2015) [-]
Bullshit. Arabs held a dominate position in science and culture during the Middle Ages until Ghenghis Khan fucked them over. Their position was based on previous civilizations like the Assyrians in Persians, but that's basically saying the Brits are a bunch of degenerates because the Romans taught them manners.
#135 - fefe (03/22/2015) [-]
"I'm kind of majoring in......" Fuck you. I have learned that if someone says they are majoring in something, they probably don't know anything about it.
#63 - comradewinter (03/22/2015) [-]
Everyone knows the number system derived from there. I'm talking algebra, astrophysics, property mapping, cartography methods, agricultural development, the list goes on. You're clearly failing class if you don't think the Arabs made large and comprehensive efforts in those fields.
#65 - arandomanon (03/22/2015) [-]
You're missing my point. What I'm saying is arabian culture is basically a mix between foreign cultures and their own tastes and habits. I'm not saying they weren't unable to do anything. All I'm saying is their background knowledgement and culture were foreign. You don't need to attack me in order to argue my point.
#68 - comradewinter (03/22/2015) [-]
Oh, I'm sorry. I was under the impression you had no kind regards for Arabs seeing as you called them fucking sandniggers.
Arabian culture has been around since before the Romans. They were known as shrewd traders, and had influence from both Hellenic and Persian culture. Since their distinct culture became a thing, they haven't been known as degenerates ever since the cultural revolution in the 1980s. But surely you knew that, seeing as it's common knowledge for anyone who's bothered opening a book about Arabs.
My theory is that you figured you knew something, realized you were talking bullshit, and now you're going for damage control. Whatever your terrible argument about "Arabian culture being a mix", you're clearly not realizing that every single culture in the known existance of man has been a mix of something. Latin culture, Persian culture, Japanese culture, British culture, and anything else that comes to mind does stem from a preexisting culture. The only arguable ones are Chinese and Mesopotamian. Again, you're making the wrong assumption that there ever has been a clean culture.
#70 - arandomanon (03/22/2015) [-]
"seeing as you called them fucking sandniggers. " I said that as a pseudo-humorous way because arab tribes' culture was in fact poor.
"Arabian culture has been around since before the Romans. They were known as shrewd traders, and had influence from both Hellenic and Persian culture. Since their distinct culture became a thing, they haven't been known as degenerates ever since the cultural revolution in the 1980s. But surely you knew that, seeing as it's common knowledge for anyone who's bothered opening a book about Arabs. "
I think you're confusing "arabs" with "saracens". All arabs were saracens, but not saracens were arabs. With "arabs" I was talking about the arabian tribes that inhabitated the arabian penninsula before Sassanid's empire fall.
"My theory is that you figured you knew something, realized you were talking bullshit, and now you're going for damage control. Whatever your terrible argument about "Arabian culture being a mix", you're clearly not realizing that every single culture in the known existance of man has been a mix of something. Latin culture, Persian culture, Japanese culture, British culture, and anything else that comes to mind does stem from a preexisting culture. The only arguable ones are Chinese and Mesopotamian. Again, you're making the wrong assumption that there ever has been a clean culture."
>implying I care enough about your opinion to do a "damage control". I'm not talking bullshit, arabian culture is indeed a mix. And you are right to an extent, cultures has influences between each others. But initially, arabian culture was poor. When arabian tribes were raiding Byzantine Empire and Sassanid Empire they had a tribemen culture tier. When they forged the caliphate of course they had a wider culture, but initially their culture and the "pure arab culture" is poor.
#72 - comradewinter (03/22/2015) [-]
No, I'm not confusing Arabs with Saracens. Arabian culture encompassed the culture that was prevalent in the Arabian peninsula. This include the kingdoms of Himyar, Ma'in, Sabea and others. Neither of them reached higher status than that of a citystate with settlements around, but as we've seen with Athens and others that didn't stop them from having wealth. This mostly due to the region having a large influx of deserts, making much of it inhabitable using old style agriculture. The places that were habitable, mostly around the coast, held large trade ports and imported spices and other commodities for the Romans and other civilizations further west. Arabian culture underwent a change after the rise of Islam, but it has remained somewhat constant. Tribewise they were similar to any other region at the time. They had their fair share of cities that enrichened the culture, however they didn't have the reach to make up for smaller settlements that held simplistic life in high regard. Then great empires like the Sassanids held control, but given the cultural similarities between Arab and further eastern cultures, as well as lack of cultural assimilation, most of the Arabian culture remained intact, just like Judaistic culture has remained the same in Jerusalem despite having multiple overlords. Look up the Himyars, Ma'ins or any other great city in Arabia for you need some injectment of knowledge about the subject.
The region was largely open for grabs, but they still witheld a strong and prosperous culture. Unfortunately, some people tend to focus on the nomadic tribes streaming in from Persia rather than the ones who settled down and formed cities. I guess the Romans were tribals too, given they couldn't wrest control over Gaul, Britannia and Germania.
#55 - arandomanon (03/22/2015) [-]
To an extend. But christianism for example was adopted by the Romans and later on, the barbarians. Barbarian culture + roman culture gave birth to the medieval christian culture which derivated in the european culture.
The islam on the other hand, was basically a "highway" for the interchange of culture. In other words, they traded, found cultural elements that liked and adopted and brought them to all their domains. But their own culture was poor.