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#104 - Why does everyone try so hard to find victim hood in their anc…  [+] (4 replies) 04/19/2016 on Somebody posts a Tumblr... +2
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#116 - lotengo (04/19/2016) [-]
You got pillaged and raped by vikings.
You got raped by Sweden, lol.
#117 - squaretree (04/19/2016) [-]
#113 - ubercron (04/19/2016) [-]
I don't see it as trying to victimize the irish. It might end up like that. But it is minorities trying to make themselves seem special and white people telling them, no you ain't special look at our past. It is more of a way to tell special snowflakes to shut the fuck up and move on in life. Everyone faces ordeals and trying to victimize yourself does not help.
#110 - Corndoggeh (04/19/2016) [-]
**Corndoggeh used "*roll picture*"**
**Corndoggeh rolled image** Victimhood and self diagnosing illnesses has become a way to feel accepted. In a society where there are so many people that are essentially able bodied and ailment free, having such an illness or condition makes you "stand out" as someone special who should be listened too.

On the other hand, Im a university student that has a shop full of tools that does hobby welding and intense woodworking as well as car maintenance so whenever the older generation finds out what I do, I guess im instantly regarded as "like them" because they actually listen to my opinions about things when Im talking to them.

Sure as hell beats circle jerking each others victimizes and bitching about nonexistent problems, ive been around that kind of internet group before when I used to play a certain game and it was one of the most draining (emotionally) experiences I have ever had to deal with over the internet. Im talking about people always acting depressed, coming up with falsehood stories about going to the hospital and false suicide attempts (To which some of the people ended up getting into contact with the local police from that persons state only to find out that they weren't planning on doing anything in the first place). These kinds of people suck energy out of the room and make "normal" people feel even worse about themselves because they are the most emotionally taxing people you could meet, they literally can suck the joy out of the day and trust me they act this way outside of the internet as well, they just lowkey it a bit so no one sees them as crazy to begin with.
#69 - Korean ranks and uniforms. Similar to MARPAT and CADPAT  [+] (2 replies) 04/18/2016 on Preemptive confession +2
#70 - virck (04/18/2016) [-]
Thanks m8y, did 5 years in the marine corps but never went outside of Camp Pendleton Headquarters.
#71 - squaretree (04/18/2016) [-]
#68 - "When facing a stronger force it is best to attack first…  [+] (2 replies) 04/18/2016 on Preemptive confession 0
#76 - anon (04/18/2016) [-]
Only true if the stronger force is attacking you, if you're the aggressor and the stronger force is sitting around with it's thumb up it's ass, digging into a defensive position will do jack shit. Plus if you *do* dig into a fortified position and the opposing force is much stronger than you, they can either overwhelm you or just lay siege to your position until you starve.

Historically it's better to employ guerilla tactics against a superior force. Short sporadic attacks on multiple locations, hit and run, use their supplies to maintain yourself. Their forces are big, cumbersome and slow to react, whereas you are small, mobile and fast. Like the Americans vs the British in the War of Independence, the SAS against the German Africa Corps in WW2 or the Viet Cong vs the US in the Vietnam war.
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#84 - squaretree (04/18/2016) [-]
I suppose we can say the only consistent rule of war is that there are no consistent rules.
#115 - Sad part is I've read a case like that. Guy crashed his car an…  [+] (1 reply) 03/14/2016 on anon beats the system 0
#149 - mixedfeelings (03/14/2016) [-]
in sweden there is actually a specifik law against this. "eftersupning" was something people actually did after accidents.