Topic: Ww2

Let talk about WW2

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Ooooooooooo, a WW II thread.  Schweet.  I've been into WW II since I was a kid: the planes, tanks, and weapons used.  The leaders and heros from it. Etc.

Anything specific you want to discuss Karson?  Or any questions anybody else has?

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Another proud achievement in Canada's military history.  Cool beans.

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Yup, there were a lot of Canadians in WW II; in some Hell'ashious fights to.   They got really tore up during that landing *I forget the name of the operation* near Caan; was back around '42 I think; way before D-Day.  But they made up for it on D-Day; they had a big part in that

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The Canadians also helped to close the Gap in France.

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hey guess what today is!!! 64 years!

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by now the germans would be surrendering

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world war two was the best

go nazis

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I don't even have words for that. I'll simply settle for saying that that will likely earn you a whole spree of negative points--including myself, as soon as is possible again. Seriously, though. What's your problem?

Anyone seen Band of Brothers? Thats a GREAT WWII series.

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Werda Verd wrote:

I don't even have words for that. I'll simply settle for saying that that will likely earn you a whole spree of negative points--including myself, as soon as is possible again. Seriously, though. What's your problem?

Anyone seen Band of Brothers? Thats a GREAT WWII series.

you're my problem.......... that and karson fett

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you make me sick.
you just found one more person that is going to be a problem.

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world war 2 was a complete tragedy, hopefully none of you are proud it

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Thanks to all the members that hit the "report" link on SOS' post. But you all made your point.

Ralin Drakus wrote:

Ooooooooooo, a WW II thread.  Schweet.  I've been into WW II since I was a kid: the planes, tanks, and weapons used.  The leaders and heros from it. Etc.

Anything specific you want to discuss Karson?  Or any questions anybody else has?

Back to the topic. Ralin brought up a lot of ideas, above. Let's keep it positive.

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I'm proud of my great-uncle that fought in it, and all the soldiers that did. (He fought in the Pacific Theatre, Aleutian Isles).

HAS anyone seen Band of Brothers though? It gives you a great look at the war, following the lives of the men of Easy company from their training, to D-day, to Market Garden, and all the way into Germany and Hitlers Eagle's Nest.

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Lol

My Stepdad is totally obsessed with WWI And WWII!

He collects airfix. wink

Which is great! Aitfix is good sometimes. big_smile

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Yeah I've seen it, as you said, GREAT series. Looking to buy them on DVD, but it's just so darn expensive.
And as for the war, it was a necessity. If we had not intervened, (Like WWI) Germany could possibly have gained control over Europe and Africa, and we all know that wouldn't have been good.

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It really is. We rented them, at first. But my uncle works for HBO, and we got them as a Christmas Gift. That was lucky, cus we probably wouldn't have just purchased them--they are expensive. HBO's doing a new series, set in the Pacific Theatre, that I think comes out next year.

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18 (edited by Fett_II Monday, June 23, 2008 11:32 am)

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really, it's not that expensive here.. i got it for xmas last year, even though i watched the entire series on the History Channel, really awesome series. speaking of ww2 on tv, what about movies? there's hundreds of WW II movies. which ones do u guys like? mine would be... Saving Ryan's Privates (lol), Letters from Iwo Jima, Flags of our Fathers, The Great Raid, and more i can't think of right now.


and yea WWII was a necessity. most people don't know, but Hitler had planned to stretch the war another 10 years and eventually invade America (so all those video games of Nazis in America aren't too far-out). you learn stuff from the History Channel about WWII, especially around April, June, December, and August.

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The Great Raid was great. I really liked it. Also, they were pretty close to developing a nuke. Another year or two, and I believe they would have had it.

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20 (edited by Commander Appo Monday, June 23, 2008 1:22 pm)

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SOS Haruhi is back!!! wrote:
Werda Verd wrote:

I don't even have words for that. I'll simply settle for saying that that will likely earn you a whole spree of negative points--including myself, as soon as is possible again. Seriously, though. What's your problem?

Anyone seen Band of Brothers? Thats a GREAT WWII series.

you're my problem.......... that and karson fett

You disgust me. How can you be sane and say "Go Nazis"??????
You now have a problem with me, too.

Back on topic, my Great-Great Grandpa fought in WWI. Sadly, he died after the war was over because he had a stomach ulcer. The stupid hospital wouldn't let him in because he was an Irish immigrant.

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BFFC Admin wrote:

Thanks to all the members that hit the "report" link on SOS' post. But you all made your point.

Ralin Drakus wrote:

Ooooooooooo, a WW II thread.  Schweet.  I've been into WW II since I was a kid: the planes, tanks, and weapons used.  The leaders and heros from it. Etc.

Anything specific you want to discuss Karson?  Or any questions anybody else has?

Back to the topic. Ralin brought up a lot of ideas, above. Let's keep it positive.

hey i was just saying.....hitler was a great stragagest he had good reason he wanted to make a race of super humans (its true)

so dont think i am being racist i am just proving a point if the nazi's one we would all live in peace its like the empire in star wars.

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Commander Appo wrote:

Back on topic, my Great-Great Grandpa fought in WWI. Sadly, he died after the war was over because he had a stomach ulcer. The stupid hospital wouldn't let him in because he was an Irish immigrant.

...well that makes me sad...especially since i am irish.
This is gonna sound strange...but WWII was my favorite war. I find it so interesing. Especially the Pacific Campaign.

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SOS Haruhi is back!!! wrote:
BFFC Admin wrote:

Thanks to all the members that hit the "report" link on SOS' post. But you all made your point.

Ralin Drakus wrote:

Ooooooooooo, a WW II thread.  Schweet.  I've been into WW II since I was a kid: the planes, tanks, and weapons used.  The leaders and heros from it. Etc.

Anything specific you want to discuss Karson?  Or any questions anybody else has?

Back to the topic. Ralin brought up a lot of ideas, above. Let's keep it positive.

hey i was just saying.....hitler was a great stragagest he had good reason he wanted to make a race of super humans (its true)

so dont think i am being racist i am just proving a point if the nazi's one we would all live in peace its like the empire in star wars.

This.....................is exactly what I would expect from you, interesting as that seems.

"You set a code to live by.  I won't be wronged, I won't be insulted...I won't be laid a hand on.  I don't do these things to other men, and I require the same from them."

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SOS Haruhi is back!!! wrote:
BFFC Admin wrote:

Thanks to all the members that hit the "report" link on SOS' post. But you all made your point.

Ralin Drakus wrote:

Ooooooooooo, a WW II thread.  Schweet.  I've been into WW II since I was a kid: the planes, tanks, and weapons used.  The leaders and heros from it. Etc.

Anything specific you want to discuss Karson?  Or any questions anybody else has?

Back to the topic. Ralin brought up a lot of ideas, above. Let's keep it positive.

hey i was just saying.....hitler was a great stragagest he had good reason he wanted to make a race of super humans (its true)

so dont think i am being racist i am just proving a point if the nazi's one we would all live in peace its like the empire in star wars.

Except the Empire never lived in peace. And at the cost of over 11 million murders, and millions more killed in the fighting.

I find it interesting too.

She's been banned, again.

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25 (edited by Commander Appo Tuesday, June 24, 2008 5:46 am)

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I'm glad. Hopefully she realizes she's crazy and will stop pestering us for good.

"None of this is really happening. There is a man. With a typewriter. This is all part of his crazy imagination."