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    Cunting Hun! Bloody damn butchering Nazi pig!

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    This could be an awesome card trading game you know.

    I still wish I'd taken the chance to buy one of the Iraq war decks of cards when I had the chance. Things are bloudy impossible to get now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Howdy View Post
    Cunting Hun! Bloody damn butchering Nazi pig!
    I'm sorry? I dont have my gibbering idiot dictionary with me

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    whats with all the OT posts?
    best collection of philosopher typings online

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackwater View Post
    whats with all the OT posts?
    Sue's not feeling well and is also a troll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackwater View Post
    Would you agree that Gaius Julius Caesar and Napoleon write in another - more reflective, "big picture"-style - than Rommel?
    Yes, that I would. But that wasn't in the days following the very STJ-like late Prussian Army. Julius Caesar was a politician and a Patrician nobleman schooled in an antique greek fashion.
    The military worked differently in those days. There probably weren't even any guidelines on how to write a report. Besides, Caesar when in command of his armies was mostly either a Consul of Rome or Pro-counsul of Gaul.
    He didn't really have any Army Command up his ass all the time in the same fashion. Sure, the senate *tried* to control him, but you see how that went.
    Rommel, on the other hand, answered to the Oberkommando der Wehrmacht, and followed guidelines. He was a schooled career officer, and not some kind of nobleman.
    Napoleon lived in another time as well, and he wouldn't have made it as far as he did in normal circumstances. Like many NTJs, he wasn't suited for peacetime military service.
    In his time it was insanely turbulent socially and even if very well disciplined, French soldiers probably hadn't taken on the extremely anal ways of writing reports that today's army officers need to follow.
    There were power vacuums here and there that he filled, and through that and success he gained recognition. Also, it's France, not Germany. The whole language is a goddamn work of art and full of expressions.
    German on the other hand is pretty damn harsh compared to that, and like I said, the Wehrmacht preserved a LOT of Prussian in it, naturally that would rub off.
    Just think about how police officers have to write their reports today. Do you think that even the most gut-feeling Ni-dom police detective would state in a report that he just had a hunch, without a chain of evidence?
    It's the same thing.
    Forget his written reports, look at how he was as a man and look at what he did as he did it. Read between the lines and read others descriptions about it.

    Edit: if you'd be answering to uncomprehending idiots like Gerd von Rundstedt you would not want to explain your actions with hunches, feelings and whatnot. Trust me on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerd Girl View Post
    Sue's not feeling well and is also a troll.
    Everyone has a troll inside of them. Mine's name is Captain Howdy. Yours is named W.


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    Do you know what she did, your cunting daughter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Howdy View Post
    Everyone has a troll inside of them. Mine's name is Captain Howdy. Your's is named W.

    Nice and he's a stalker too. I'm flattered.

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    Oh, btw, that's "Regan hasn't been feeling well" not "Sue's not feeling well." Sue is from Brian De Palma's Carrie , though I'll overlook your classic horror blunder just this once.

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