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This is how he secured a spot in hell 9 comments
third · 9 weeks ago
These days you can never tell...
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America's Very First Serial Killer 29 comments
third · 9 weeks ago
And you forget the fact that, to them, simply existing in a perceivable manner was "getting in the way" go take a fucking history class.
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Brutal rejection 4 comments
third · 9 weeks ago
No. Either he's being a dumbass and can't be bothered to make it clear what he wants, or he's creeping her out. Either way, it's his own damn fault.
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Beautiful solar panels 12 comments
third · 9 weeks ago
Yes. You are.
Popcorns anyone? 5 comments
third · 9 weeks ago
Sadly, yes.
This just in 25 comments
third · 9 weeks ago
Lol. please tell me you see the irony you idiot.
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This just in 25 comments
third · 9 weeks ago
The first thing he got right.
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True story 4 comments
third · 9 weeks ago
Should've interrupted with "no I don't!
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The wrong choice 8 comments
third · 9 weeks ago
It's a good joke.
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Which are you? 19 comments
third · 9 weeks ago
Shoe-shoe-sock
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Romania's largest bell 9 comments
third · 9 weeks ago
I mean, it is though. They don't need a giant fucking bell.
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America's Very First Serial Killer 29 comments
third · 9 weeks ago
Not once did I use the phrase "every European" I am speaking in generalizations. However, yes, MOST of the Europeans wanted to destroy American culture, even though doubtless, many did not perceive it as such. This was due to their indoctrination with a culture that prevented them from ever realizing that something else might be better. And it feuled the ones who DID know what they were doing.
IKEA correcting a concerned American citizen on how to properly display the US flag 6 comments
third · 9 weeks ago
Nobody going on about "respecting the flag" has any damn idea what it fucking means. Not that it's something we should even do, anyway.
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This is how he secured a spot in hell 9 comments
third · 9 weeks ago
The hell is wrong with you?
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America's Very First Serial Killer 29 comments
third · 9 weeks ago
Nope. That's just the lie they kept telling as they did it. They always claimed to be trying to "civilize" the natives, but nothing was ever good enough. Unless they were real Europeans, they had to go. Either through extermination or removal(with extermination of the culture.) look up allotment, reservations and how the us government honored its treaties. Hell, look up how it got those treaties.
America's Very First Serial Killer 29 comments
third · 9 weeks ago
Once again, IT IS NOT FUCKING OK TO SAY THAT ITS ALL GOOD SINCE DISEASE KILLED EVERYONE BEFORE THE EUROPEANS COULD. You can't just fucking dismiss attempts to commit genocide just because they didn't work. Of course the europeans didn't come to exterminate Americans, at first they didn't even know they existed. They just came to spread their parasitic culture and as soon as they encountered another, they became hellbent on destroying it. The Europeans, upon encountering another culture wanted to destroy it and replace it with their own. The Americans were by and large, perfectly happy to let everyone do their own thing utility they finally realized what the Europeans were up to, by which time it was far too late.
America's Very First Serial Killer 29 comments
third · 10 weeks ago
The Americans only became hostile in response to the Europeans, who, once they'd conquered all they needed for themselves, did everything they could rationalize a justification for to remove all traces of Americans from their world.
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America's Very First Serial Killer 29 comments
third · 10 weeks ago
Lol. How about trying to wipe them out by giving them smallpox infected blankets? Yes, that actually happened. I mean, I guess you could say that it didn't matter because they already had it anyway. What do you call the Europeans denouncing the Americans for such "uncivilized savagery" as sharing resources, disinterest in wealth, and not following a religion extolling those very same values? And trying to remove all trace of them from their society. What do you call the us president actively defying a Supreme Court descision to force out a group of Americans, all perfectly following white laws and customs, simply to make room for whites? You are correct that we cannot do much speculation into the natives pre-contact motives. Yet you don't seem to know what this means. It means you can't say ANYTHING without reason. The recorded interactions between the Americans and the Europeans show no trace of this, just the opposite in fact.
America's Very First Serial Killer 29 comments
third · 10 weeks ago
That is not correct. Yes, the Americans had fights and wars, like anyone else, but they did not attempt to eradicate entirely different cultures simply for existing. The natives didn't really think any less of people for being different than them, and their entire say of life was superior to that of the Europeans in virtually every respect except warfare. And history was written by the victors. Let's not forget that for the most part, the Americans tried to be friendly with the Europeans, and the Europeans just wanted to take over because they felt the natives deserved nothing for not being like them.
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Clearly superior 12 comments
third · 10 weeks ago
No it's not. It's just gained slight resistance at the cost of significant functionality.
That will save you from them 16 comments
third · 10 weeks ago
Drumpf. He'd be a better human sacrifice.
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Yummy, machine extruded goodness 14 comments
third · 10 weeks ago
Exactly.
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America's Very First Serial Killer 29 comments
third · 10 weeks ago
Probably not. They had a pretty good culture until the Europeans once again fucked everything up.
Colour facts! 29 comments
third · 10 weeks ago
I guess I'm gay then.
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