Stop Terrorism! It's not the Jedi Way!

Discussion in 'Greece' started by TanistliN, Jul 23, 2005.

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  1. TanistliN Jedi Knight

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    as you see,same evil in the different place now...get better soon egypt:(
  2. 103728103 Jedi Knight

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    And now Constantinouple too.
  3. Starkeiller Force Ghost

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    It's going to be a city a day. These guys won't stop. As long as they are being bombed, they'll bomb. It's an eye for an eye, that's how they think. So the world will end up blowing up. And both sides are equally responsible...
  4. TanistliN Jedi Knight

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    we're going for an absollute extinction.appetite for destruction:D
  5. TanistliN Jedi Knight

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    don'T make me scared man!.nothing happened yet:D
  6. Urkanoid Force Ghost

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    I was hoping that it wouldn't come down to this, but it was a fool's hope after all... We're on a way to hell... The only thing that's left for us guys to do, is to make sure that we lead our own lives with integrity, decency and kindness towards our fellow man. **** racism, **** violence, **** the One Ancient Plague: our will to Control and Dominate. Remember dudes, it all comes down to individual responsibility! Trying to change the world, one step at a time, by being true to oneself...:cool:
  7. TanistliN Jedi Knight

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    we can do that,man..
  8. 103728103 Jedi Knight

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    Don't be scared.The only reason I mentioned Constantinouple was because I thought I heard something at the news about an explosion in Constantinouple.
  9. TanistliN Jedi Knight

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    ok bro.,i heard that too,but i think it wasn't a serious one..
  10. Starkeiller Force Ghost

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    Well, you know what I say? U.$.A. makes or wants these attacks to happen. They fund the terrorists in an indirect way to kill people, even their own people. They trained these guys, taught them how to do these things and have been planning this all along. The whole world is gonna blow up because the U.$.A. goverment, which was elected by LESS THAN HALF OF THE U.S. POPULATION, wants to make more money. They trained these terrorists, they made them the fanatic bastards they are to fight the Soviets! The American Army trained the Mujahideen in "the ways of terrorism". Now see the results. Blame the U.$.A. for the current situation!

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  11. 103728103 Jedi Knight

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  12. Darth_marios Jedi Master

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    Hey Urkanoid very Jediy your post indeed. But as Urkanoid said Starkeiller it all comes down to individual responsibility. The fact that the U.S government was elected by less than 50% of the Americans is their fault. It's their fault that they ignore the problems of the world and don't care enough even to just go vote for another government. In the U.S you choose whether you want to vote or not. And I am not saying that another U.S government would have done better, I can not know that but they could at least show their disappointment. The hell with them. They choose to live their little self-centered lives and not care about the rest of the world, not even a bit. They kill our free rights one by one with their endless fear for their "GREAT" country, they worry that god may forget to bless america and as a result most of them voted "yes" in all the polls made about the spying on e-mails and personal telephone conversations. This can't be done practically, but that way they just get trained in accepting laws that will end this world being called free. They take us with them in a ride with a car without breaks. I can't stand it anymore, the people that inhabit the most powerful country in this world for now, are the least informed and the least educated of the western world.

    May the force be with us. We will need it.
    [face_praying]
  13. Obi_one_and_only Jedi Grand Master

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    SUBJECT: NOTICE OF REVOCATION OF INDEPENDENCE

    To the citizens of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland:

    We welcome your concern about our electoral process. It must be exciting for you to see a real Republic in action, even if from a distance. As always we're amused by your quaint belief that you're actually a world power. The sun never sets on the British Empire! Right-o chum!

    However, we regretfully have to decline your offer for intervention. On the other hand, it would be amusing to see you try to enforce your new policy (for the 96.3% of you that seem to have forgotten that you have little to no real power). After much deliberation, we have decided to continue our tradition as the longest running democratic republic. It seems that switching to a monarchy is in fact considered a "backwards step" by the majority of the world.

    To help you rise from your current anachronistic status, we have compiled a series of helpful suggestions that we hope you adopt:

    1. Realize that language is an organic structure, and that you aren't always correct in your pronunciation or spelling. Let's use your "aluminium" example. Sir Humphrey Davy (an Englishman) invented the name "aluminum" (note spelling) for the metal. However, in common usage the name evolved into "aluminium" to match the naming convention of other elements. In 1925 the United States decided to switch back to the original spelling and pronunciation of the word, at which point we dominated the aluminum industry. We'd also like to point out that the process of actually producing aluminum was developed by an American and a Frenchman (not an Englishman).

    However, we'd like to thank you for the Oxford English Dictionary. It's an interesting collection, considering that over 10,000 of the words in the original edition were submitted by a crazy American civil-war veteran called Dr. William Charles Minor.

    2. Learn to distinguish the American and Canadian accents, and then we'll talk about the English and Australian accent issue.

    3. Review your basic arithmetic. (Hint 100 - 98.85 = 1.15 and 100 - 97.85 = 2.15)

    4. If you want English actors as good guys, then make your own movies. Don't rely on us for your modern popular culture. We liked "Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels", "Trainspotting", and "The Full Monty". We've also heard good things about this "Billy Elliot". But one good movie a year doesn't exactly make a cultural powerhouse. However, you're doing pretty well with music, so keep up the good work on that front.

    5. It's inefficient to have a national anthem that changes its title whenever your monarch dies. Let's not forget that your national anthem has an extremely boring tune. We suggest switching to that Rule Brittania ditty, it's toetapping. Or maybe Elton John could adapt "Candle In The Wind" again for you guys.

    6. Improve at your national sport. Football? Soccer? This just in: United States gets fourth place in men's soccer at the 2000 Summer Olympics. United Kingdom? Not even close. By the way, impressive showing at Euro 2000. You almost managed to get through the tournament without having your fans start an international incident.

    7. Learn how to cook. England has some top notch candy. Salt 'n' Vinegar chips are quite yummy. However, there's a reason why the best food in your country is Indian or Chinese. Your contributions to the culinary arts are soggy beans, warm beer, and spotted dick. Perhaps when you finally realize the French aren't the spawn of satan they'll teach you how to cook.

    8. You're doing a terrible job at understanding cars. The obvious error is that you drive on the wrong side of the road. A second problem is pricing, it's cheaper to buy a car in Belgium and ship it to England than to buy a car in England. On the other hand, we like Jaguars and Aston Martins. That's why we bought the companies.

    9. We'll tell you who killed JFK when you apologize for "Teletubbies".

    Thank you for your time. You can now return to watching bad Australian soap operas.

    P.S. ? Regardin
  14. Darth_marios Jedi Master

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    A letter of definition.

    Beer and lager are the same as far as ingredients are concerned. The difference occurs during the aling(is that how it's written?) process. The aling process of lager is cheaper and easier and that's why world's most famous "beer" companies (in reality they are lager companies) have adopted the lager aling process to make "beer". Such companies are Heiniken and Amstel which haven't called their products yet lager. They keep calling them lager beer which helps avoid confusion and increase sales.
    Thus most of the world drinks more often lager than beer and confuses it with beer because it has been accustomed to call lager, beer. Thus it's not their fault.
  15. 103728103 Jedi Knight

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    John Cleese Ownage..although we are straying a little off topic.
  16. Darth_marios Jedi Master

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    How did u remember John Cleese?
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