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(Gawker)   Nabisco responds to Revolution Muslim leader's attack on Triscuits after "South Park" fans hacked his web site   (gawker.com) divider line 209
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2010-04-24 08:57:06 AM  
AirForbes1: Also, I think this is a could time to invoke Poe's Law.

First, they came for the Triscuits, and I said nothing. Then they came for the Ritz, and still I said nothing.



/all I got.
 
2010-04-24 09:10:45 AM  
zoombie: ra-ra-raw: Osomatic:
There are several news reports that mention they have the ability to commit crimes without getting arrested or even investigated. The leader is a NY native named Joseph Cohen. It is not too tough to figure out who they are.

>The leader is a NY native named Joseph Cohen
>NY native named Joseph Cohen
>Joseph Cohen
We are through the looking glass: A Jewish guy is leading a muslim terror group.


Adam Gadahn, the California kid who joined al-Qaeda? His family's Jewish too. Don't ask me why anyone would jump from Judaism to Islam, unless they were playing Civ IV and trying to influence world politics.
 
2010-04-24 09:21:16 AM  
indylaw: Don't ask me why anyone would jump from Judaism to Islam, unless they were playing Civ IV and trying to influence world politics.

I guess the same reason they would want to do this (based on a true story) (new window)
 
2010-04-24 09:22:43 AM  
elins'9iron: drjekel_mrhyde: Superjew: ka1axy: Real Muslims are staying as far away as they can from these nutters.

I spent all the money on college to obtain my two Master's degrees.

contriversial



Yeah. Right.

/Hannah Arendt: Origins of Totalitarianism.
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2010-04-24 10:57:57 AM  
whidbey: Wow, people still watch South Park?

THIS!
 
2010-04-24 07:27:14 PM  
onomatopoeon: Oblig, but seriously, I saved that. I haven't seen anything that accurate and honest in a long time.

Thanks!!!!


firefly212: I was with you until I noticed that there are no insurgents in Iraq, just uniformed military, and everyone else is a civi... I'm kinda thinking that we may be a bit misleading in that manner of presentation.

The US has never publicly counted the figures. I lowered some of the estimates to be on the safe side, and for the sake of clarity listed some of the insurgent deaths under military. You may remember that after the invasion the Iraqi generals made an offer to the US to support them which was refused. This is when the insurgency flared, so for quite a bit of the insurgency the US was still fighting the Iraqi military.

Anyway, I threw together a quick graph to illustrate a thrown together fark post.

The civilian casualty figure came from here and here, the number is lower than the first link because that includes insurgents, some of whom I moved to 'military' using the numbers from wiki. I also left off the estimated 500,000 killed by sanctions during the nineties, and the untold numbers killed by cancer and birth defects by depleted uranium. I did include the military and civilians killed in the nineties by the US.

I also used this as a starting point, but it is old and the estimates are extremely low.

Anyway, finding the true casualties figures is next to impossible. I have yet to see any argument that puts the total less than 1.03 million estimated by Opinion Research Business. I think it is going to be ten to twenty years until we get some sense of the true numbers.

The point is that people in this thread and elsewhere whine and moan about how violent Muslims are and how they are killing Americans, while reality would imply that exactly the opposite is true.
 
2010-04-24 09:26:54 PM  
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♫ "A Triscuit a tasket, I lost my yellow basket" ♫
 
2010-04-25 12:54:58 AM  
For any latecomers, This may not be sfw, but this is the reason my country's army should be in Afghanistan until the Taliban are exterminated, root and branch. This should be the real war on terror.
 
2010-04-25 01:57:26 AM  
onomatopoeon: For any latecomers, This may not be sfw, but this is the reason my country's army should be in Afghanistan until the Taliban are exterminated, root and branch. This should be the real war on terror.

Hey thanks for the depressing story! I was feeling too happy and I needed to be sad. So thanks!
But seriously... you have somewhat of a point. However, the occupation of Afghanistan is probably futile. Nothing is going to change for good.
And watching videos like the one of the US helicopter pilots killing innocent journalists in Iraq make me feel that any occupation of any country is wrong.
Anyway, seeing that poor girl temporarily puts my own troubles in perspective.
 
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