If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(Fox News)   Oh, look, suddenly Putin wants a ceasefire in Eastern Ukraine   (foxnews.com) divider line 148
    More: Dumbass, Vladimir Putin, Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin, peace talks, cease-fire, Russian Orthodox Church, Government of Ukraine  
•       •       •

6588 clicks; posted to Main » on 18 Jul 2014 at 7:22 PM (17 weeks ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



148 Comments   (+0 »)
   
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | » | Last | Show all
 
2014-07-18 11:04:22 PM  

uber humper: I was very suprised seeing him shake Angela Merkel's just a few seconds after Germany's win at the World Cup.


Shake Angela Merkel's what?! Don't leave me in suspense! I gotta know!
 
2014-07-18 11:04:39 PM  

uber humper: Kittypie070: uber humper: Go back to the politics tab, scumbag.

specifically who might you be addressing?


shower_in_my_socks. He's a little too polarized for normal society.


And calling people scumbag isn't polarized at all.

Nice to know.

Asshole.
 
2014-07-18 11:06:08 PM  
Additionally:

I had no idea whatever that repeating Ronald Reagan's words made anyone a "scumbag".
 
2014-07-18 11:07:54 PM  

Kittypie070: Additionally:

I had no idea whatever that repeating Ronald Reagan's words made anyone a "scumbag".


Not what I was referring to.
 
2014-07-18 11:08:48 PM  

Danger Avoid Death: uber humper: I was very suprised seeing him shake Angela Merkel's just a few seconds after Germany's win at the World Cup.

Shake Angela Merkel's what?! Don't leave me in suspense! I gotta know!


Ha! It was Brazil, ya' know
 
2014-07-18 11:11:18 PM  

shower_in_my_socks: DoctorCal: You would increase your statistical livelihood more by wearing a helmet every time you get in a car.

I would increase it even more by never leaving my house. Wearing lace-up shoes on a plane the few times that I fly per year is much more practical than wearing a helmet every single day that I drive my car.


Well, more practicable than practical, as it wouldn't do you any good, ever.

The past decade has been the best in the country's aviation history with 153 fatalities. That's two deaths for every 100 million passengers on commercial flights, according to an Associated Press analysis of government accident data.

If only they had been wearing Doc Martens, I'm just sure some of those 15 people per year could have walked away from the crash site unscathed!
 
2014-07-18 11:11:38 PM  

Animatronik: This is what Democrats actually believe.

The reality is that Putin has never been more popular inside of Russia and he hardly cares what you or Obama think.


No, the reality is that today's Republican can see about as far ahead as a lab rat. Putin could have easily left things the way they were with Crimea -- nobody was going to do shiat about that, and he could have walked away with an easy victory for the Motherland. Instead, he went all Bush circa 2003 and let his ego and bravado get the best of him. He's now in a situation where his proxy army in eastern Ukraine has shot down an airliner using (probably) Russian equipment, the rebel leader in charge of that area has no resigned, and the Russian economy, which was already slowing anyway, is now at risk of entering a recession, and that's not even taking into account the impending fallout from murdering 298 civilians, most of them European. Putin is riding a wave of nationalism right now, but we'll see how long that lasts when their economy goes to shiat and their trade relationships with Europe are permanently damaged.
 
2014-07-18 11:12:14 PM  

Kittypie070: Additionally: I had no idea whatever that repeating Ronald Reagan's words made anyone a "scumbag".


Of course not.  Not being a filthy socialist, Reagan would have sold the BUK system to the rebels, instead of just giving it to them.

He might even have thrown in a support contract.
 
2014-07-18 11:13:20 PM  

Kittypie070: uber humper: Kittypie070: uber humper: Go back to the politics tab, scumbag.

specifically who might you be addressing?

shower_in_my_socks. He's a little too polarized for normal society.

And calling people scumbag isn't polarized at all.

Nice to know.

Asshole.


Oh, wow. Has uber humper been talking to me? I put that guy on ignore a long time ago.
 
2014-07-18 11:14:24 PM  

DoctorCal: Well, more practicable than practical, as it wouldn't do you any good, ever.


But it costs me absolutely zero to do it, so why not? This is a very retarded argument.
 
2014-07-18 11:14:26 PM  

Kittypie070: Additionally:

I had no idea whatever that repeating Ronald Reagan's words made anyone a "scumbag".


Well, they certainly qualified the first guy who spoke them, so why not!

/Funny watching drooling, partisan cretins call people 'polarized'.
 
2014-07-18 11:15:18 PM  

shower_in_my_socks: DoctorCal: Well, more practicable than practical, as it wouldn't do you any good, ever.

But it costs me absolutely zero to do it, so why not? This is a very retarded argument.


So I guess you say The Lord's Prayer before you board? No cost!
 
2014-07-18 11:18:30 PM  

DoctorCal: So I guess you say The Lord's Prayer before you board? No cost!


Being non-religious, no I do not. Wearing lace-up shoes = zero effort on my part, what I wear most days of my life anyway. Wearing a helmet every time I drive = very inconvenient, and not something I would ever wear in any other situation. Your argument = apples and oranges.
 
2014-07-18 11:21:58 PM  

uber humper: Kittypie070: Additionally:

I had no idea whatever that repeating Ronald Reagan's words made anyone a "scumbag".


Not what I was referring to.


Then pray tell exactly what might you have been referring to?
 
2014-07-18 11:25:42 PM  

Kittypie070: uber humper: Kittypie070: Additionally:

I had no idea whatever that repeating Ronald Reagan's words made anyone a "scumbag".

Not what I was referring to.

Then pray tell exactly what might you have been referring to?


I was referring to the sentence immediately previous to my reply. Take care babe.  I gotta run. I you want me to talk with you, you need to say something interesting.
 
2014-07-18 11:28:36 PM  

shower_in_my_socks: DoctorCal: So I guess you say The Lord's Prayer before you board? No cost!

Being non-religious, no I do not. Wearing lace-up shoes = zero effort on my part, what I wear most days of my life anyway. Wearing a helmet every time I drive = very inconvenient, and not something I would ever wear in any other situation. Your argument = apples and oranges.


You are, I confess, correct. The apples are that it's demonstrable that many people who die in auto accidents (not a year in the past 60 with fewer than 30,000 in the US) perish from head injuries that could have been non-fatal with the protection of a helmet. The oranges are either the lack of anyone who died in a plane crash (less than 0.05% the number in auto crashes) because they were barefoot, or because they didn't pray before boarding. I forget which.
 
2014-07-18 11:33:30 PM  

Kittypie070: Bermuda59: Will Putin get his own show on FOX when he gives up running Russia?

I can't wait to see that.

And then loudly remind my Republitownies DAILY that Saint Ronaldus Magnus once named the Russians the EVIL EMPIRE after KAL007 was shot down.

I do not know how the hell the tea party has forgotten this.


The TeaPottie is not particularly renowned for their memory or knowledge of history. If it isn't being actively reported on AM talk radio or False news it doesn't exist.
 
2014-07-18 11:41:26 PM  

DoctorCal: shower_in_my_socks: DoctorCal: So I guess you say The Lord's Prayer before you board? No cost!

Being non-religious, no I do not. Wearing lace-up shoes = zero effort on my part, what I wear most days of my life anyway. Wearing a helmet every time I drive = very inconvenient, and not something I would ever wear in any other situation. Your argument = apples and oranges.

You are, I confess, correct. The apples are that it's demonstrable that many people who die in auto accidents (not a year in the past 60 with fewer than 30,000 in the US) perish from head injuries that could have been non-fatal with the protection of a helmet. The oranges are either the lack of anyone who died in a plane crash (less than 0.05% the number in auto crashes) because they were barefoot, or because they didn't pray before boarding. I forget which.


If you're looking for someone to tell you it's OK to wear Crocs on an airplane, please, by all means, go for it. I'll stick with the same type of shoes that I wear almost every day of my life anyway, and be a bit safer in the process. I just hope I don't find myself in a firy crash some day and in need of help, and realize the dude sitting next to me is a contrarian from Fark who was wearing Birkenstocks until we slid off the runway.
 
2014-07-18 11:42:10 PM  

uber humper: Kittypie070: uber humper: Kittypie070:

Then pray tell exactly what might you have been referring to?


I was referring to the sentence immediately previous to my reply.


Sh*t me why did I bother.
 
2014-07-18 11:43:31 PM  

tinyarena: brimed03: tinyarena:

Da.
Da.
Da.

/uh-huh uh-huh uh-huh
Ich liebe dich nicht, du liebst mich nicht



Good one!
 
2014-07-18 11:44:52 PM  
*chops uber humper up into little bits with a fire axe*

*feeds the bits to a shoggoth*
 
2014-07-18 11:49:08 PM  

shower_in_my_socks: DoctorCal: shower_in_my_socks: DoctorCal: So I guess you say The Lord's Prayer before you board? No cost!

Being non-religious, no I do not. Wearing lace-up shoes = zero effort on my part, what I wear most days of my life anyway. Wearing a helmet every time I drive = very inconvenient, and not something I would ever wear in any other situation. Your argument = apples and oranges.

You are, I confess, correct. The apples are that it's demonstrable that many people who die in auto accidents (not a year in the past 60 with fewer than 30,000 in the US) perish from head injuries that could have been non-fatal with the protection of a helmet. The oranges are either the lack of anyone who died in a plane crash (less than 0.05% the number in auto crashes) because they were barefoot, or because they didn't pray before boarding. I forget which.

If you're looking for someone to tell you it's OK to wear Crocs on an airplane, please, by all means, go for it. I'll stick with the same type of shoes that I wear almost every day of my life anyway, and be a bit safer in the process. I just hope I don't find myself in a firy crash some day and in need of help, and realize the dude sitting next to me is a contrarian from Fark who was wearing Birkenstocks until we slid off the runway.


You've misidentified the contrarian, sir. That would be the one making the aspergian declarations about people who could have survived air crashes, and implying that their footwear was a contributing factor.
 
2014-07-18 11:56:11 PM  

DoctorCal: You've misidentified the contrarian, sir. That would be the one making the aspergian declarations about people who could have survived air crashes, and implying that their footwear was a contributing factor.


I'm simply relaying advice that has been given out by many other people. You are free to ignore it. Have a good night.
 
2014-07-18 11:59:08 PM  

Animatronik: The reality is that Putin has never been more popular inside of Russia and he hardly cares what you or Obama think.


He got that popular by selling Russians a fantasy of creating a Novorossiya and restoring the former Soviet Republics to the Russian's orbit in a Eurasian Union. He got that popular by feeding them a fantasy that the rebels are defending the Russian people against neo-Nazis and neo-fascists in Kyiv.

How do you think his popularity will fare when he can't delivery this victory in Eastern Ukraine to the people who he fed this fantasy to? Right wing ultranationalists are already calling Putin a coward for failing to send a military intervention into Ukraine to secure Eastern Ukraine.
 
2014-07-18 11:59:20 PM  

Kittypie070: uber humper: Kittypie070: uber humper: Kittypie070:

Then pray tell exactly what might you have been referring to?

I was referring to the sentence immediately previous to my reply.

Sh*t me why did I bother.



Look at my reply to him when I called him a scumbag.  He said something about "all Republicans" this or that.  My point was that he was pulling politics tabs shiat by trying to bait people, granted I did bite, but he does need to go where people like him belong, the politics tab.
 
2014-07-19 12:13:06 AM  

Kittypie070: stonelotus: kind of makes you wonder why so many naked people were on that plane.

Aerodynamic forces and depressurization airflow.

Honestly, don't be dumb.


well that sucks.

I thought it might have gone down a little something like this.
 
2014-07-19 12:18:47 AM  
http://time.com/2969586/vladimir-putin-russia-ukraine-rebels/

Ukraine Rebels Call Putin a Coward After Russian Inaction -- July 9, 2014

The enemy of one's enemy is NOT A FRIEND.
 
2014-07-19 12:20:42 AM  

stonelotus: Kittypie070: stonelotus: kind of makes you wonder why so many naked people were on that plane.

Aerodynamic forces and depressurization airflow.

Honestly, don't be dumb.


well that sucks.

I thought it might have gone down a little something like this.


Oh frak off, necro.
 
2014-07-19 12:52:51 AM  

Bermuda59: Will Putin get his own show on FOX when he gives up running Russia?


Putin's Fox News show will just be all their various "news" people taking turns giving him a blowjob.

//Hannity's first!
 
2014-07-19 12:54:56 AM  
I wish western powers would put some boots on the ground in the Ukraine and swiftly end this conflict.
 
2014-07-19 01:09:22 AM  

Rapmaster2000: https://www.facebook.com/Americans4Putin

Still 2,001 likes!


I think "death by ball cancer" would get at least twice that. This is the Internet.

Shahab: I wish western powers would put some boots on the ground in the Ukraine and swiftly end this conflict.


Oh yes... boots on the ground has ended SO many conflicts, SO swiftly. I don't know why people are Balken at the concept.

/Makes jackoff motion
 
2014-07-19 02:08:30 AM  
Pootie Poot is a relick of the cold war. He needs to be put down hard. His admirors on the American right need the same.
 
2014-07-19 02:27:37 AM  

RexTalionis: How do you think his popularity will fare when he can't delivery this victory in Eastern Ukraine to the people who he fed this fantasy to?


Will not be changed. Russians, in mass, don't particularly want that "Novorossia" bull, because everyone understands that Russia will have to pay for it, and nobody wants to pay. Russians, in mass, want Ukraine "punished" and be shown "who's boss" - and you can't say Ukraine isn't farking punished. Beyond any reasonable measure.

Putin isn't winning anything for Russia, but he isn't losing anything for himself.

RexTalionis: Right wing ultranationalists are already calling Putin a coward for failing to send a military intervention into Ukraine to secure Eastern Ukraine.


They may call him anything, but their support is assured absolutely and unconditionally.
 
2014-07-19 02:41:01 AM  
8218940 Putin shill; badly-hidden anti-activist agitprop 8149949, 8152836

Pardon the rudeness Grahor, it's nothing personal but I gotta be up front.

I was wondering when you'd show up anyway.

In any case, I've pretty much got corks the size of starships stuck in my ears and I'm just not gonna believe anything.

Short version: Kitty says LALALALAAAAAA.

Other than the politics, I bet you'd be a fine person to crack a beer with.
 
2014-07-19 02:44:39 AM  

Danger Avoid Death: rooftop235: Hey guys, I am lost. Are there three fronts to this Ukrainian thing (Russians, rebels, Ukrainian gov't)?
/I like apostrophes.

Four fronts if you count the vampires.


Nah, those are all in Mexico.....

img3.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2014-07-19 06:48:45 AM  

Kittypie070: 8218940 Putin shill; badly-hidden anti-activist agitprop 8149949, 8152836

Pardon the rudeness Grahor, it's nothing personal but I gotta be up front.

I was wondering when you'd show up anyway.

In any case, I've pretty much got corks the size of starships stuck in my ears and I'm just not gonna believe anything.

Short version: Kitty says LALALALAAAAAA.

Other than the politics, I bet you'd be a fine person to crack a beer with.


The problem is that a night of drinking of Grahor would just end up with him drunkingly mumbling how large and flavorful Putin's cock is.  For hours on end.
 
2014-07-19 08:35:58 AM  
Still don't understand why Russia wants to cut itself off from the rest of the modern world instead of join us, and take over territory instead. Of course, the USSR splits less than a few decades ago, but you'd think some high ranking people would want to integrate with the rest of the world, especially for trading purposes.

Yeah, I know I have no idea what I'm talking about. Still, I wonder how things would go if a generation was mainly in charge before they became old and jaded due to seeing the world for decades.
 
2014-07-19 08:53:48 AM  

uber humper: Kittypie070: uber humper: Kittypie070: Additionally:

I had no idea whatever that repeating Ronald Reagan's words made anyone a "scumbag".

Not what I was referring to.

Then pray tell exactly what might you have been referring to?

I was referring to the sentence immediately previous to my reply. Take care babe.  I gotta run. I you want me to talk with you, you need to say something interesting.


Kitty, don't kill him, it's not worth the jail time. That shiny ignore button is there for a reason...
 
2014-07-19 09:00:05 AM  

RexTalionis: He's been calling a ceasefire for at least two months.


Yeah, everyone except the Ukrainian government has been calling for a ceasefire for ages.

Can't blame the Ukrainian government though. If there's a ceasefire, it might be indefinete. And then, congrats, eastern Ukraine is now an independent state (though probably not recognised by anyone).
 
2014-07-19 09:11:17 AM  

Pichu0102: Still don't understand why Russia wants to cut itself off from the rest of the modern world instead of join us


They've tried, after the fall of the USSR. The result was terrifying powerty, demolition of law and society, 10% to 15% of population loss in 10 years, small number of western businessmen willing to do business in Russia (and large number of local criminals) robbing the people blind, western advisers offering stupid and destructive, in the short and in the long run, advice, and the rest of the world saying "well, it's all your own fault. If you weren't so stupid and backward, you wouldn't be that deep in shiat. So don't look at me now. It's your own job to dig yourself out."

And it wasn't exactly wrong: it WAS their fault, since they had no idea how to live in the non-Soviet world and weren't capable to learn fast enough. But now they don't see any value in "joining you". They know that they are alone and forever will be, they have no desire in "joining" anyone, and they dig themselves out as they know how. Admittedly, they do it shiatty, but it's the only way they know.

Pichu0102: and take over territory instead.


Please understand, it's not about territory. It's about emotions. It's about being, as a country, a bully. In their mind you can be either a bully and take what you want and do what you want (point in case: USA) or bullied, and they are fed up with being bullied. So they are being a bully.

Specifics are unimportant. Territory, Novorossia, they don't give a damn. It's about power, about being a bully. They do whatever they want, look at clucking, powerless neighbors and the world and they feel empowered.

Pichu0102: Of course, the USSR splits less than a few decades ago, but you'd think some high ranking people would want to integrate with the rest of the world, especially for trading purposes.


Why would high ranking people want to "trade"? They have already everything they want! They are not interested in making more money, they want power. Power over lives and deaths. Power to do what they want. Have you seen "House of Cards"? The main character there says, with contempt, "he exchanged power for mere money". That's how Russians see it.
 
2014-07-19 09:29:55 AM  

spawn73: Yeah, everyone except the Ukrainian government has been calling for a ceasefire for ages.

Can't blame the Ukrainian government though. If there's a ceasefire, it might be indefinete. And then, congrats, eastern Ukraine is now an independent state (though probably not recognised by anyone).


Ukrainian public is dead set against ceasefire and if Ukrainian government would try it, it may jolly well fall. Again.
 
2014-07-19 10:03:34 AM  

Grahor: Pichu0102: Still don't understand why Russia wants to cut itself off from the rest of the modern world instead of join us

They've tried, after the fall of the USSR. The result was terrifying powerty, demolition of law and society, 10% to 15% of population loss in 10 years, small number of western businessmen willing to do business in Russia (and large number of local criminals) robbing the people blind, western advisers offering stupid and destructive, in the short and in the long run, advice, and the rest of the world saying "well, it's all your own fault. If you weren't so stupid and backward, you wouldn't be that deep in shiat. So don't look at me now. It's your own job to dig yourself out."

And it wasn't exactly wrong: it WAS their fault, since they had no idea how to live in the non-Soviet world and weren't capable to learn fast enough. But now they don't see any value in "joining you". They know that they are alone and forever will be, they have no desire in "joining" anyone, and they dig themselves out as they know how. Admittedly, they do it shiatty, but it's the only way they know.

Pichu0102: and take over territory instead.

Please understand, it's not about territory. It's about emotions. It's about being, as a country, a bully. In their mind you can be either a bully and take what you want and do what you want (point in case: USA) or bullied, and they are fed up with being bullied. So they are being a bully.

Specifics are unimportant. Territory, Novorossia, they don't give a damn. It's about power, about being a bully. They do whatever they want, look at clucking, powerless neighbors and the world and they feel empowered.

Pichu0102: Of course, the USSR splits less than a few decades ago, but you'd think some high ranking people would want to integrate with the rest of the world, especially for trading purposes.

Why would high ranking people want to "trade"? They have already everything they want! They are not interested in making more money, they w ...


Sigh. Man, fark this world. So because of underhanded businessmen, criminals, sociopaths obsessed with power and waving their metaphorical dick around, the grand majority of people around the world, not just Russians, who just want to live a peaceful, simple life are screwed over by the big few people more than willing to take advantage of the average person's goodwill, is that about right?

I wish we had finally figured out some kind of roadmap to a better world to live in in my generation, but I guess that's not happening, and we're leaving behind a shiatty example for the next generation. I know one day a generation will finally come along and fix what we, our past, and our future generations wrought, but until then, we're all at each other's throats over the stupidest shiat and useless pride.
 
2014-07-19 11:49:59 AM  
This awfulness has done the one thing that he didn't want. It's given the west a seat at the table. The US Republicans have been screaming that Obama should be doing something in Ukraine. Well, the US has never dictated terms in that part of the world, even when Europe was garrisoned during the Cold War. You have no stakes in that game.

However, murdering 300 Europeans changes things. You do something like that and people will look for you. In fact, they won't stop.

Now, as we learned when the USSR shot down the Japanese airliner KAL007 and the US missile ship Vincennes shot down an Iranian airliner, when the big powers do something wrong, it counts for less. Well, Russia's a lot less powerful these days and so perhaps a fundamental point of criminal justice will not be lost: that he who knowingly furnishes the apparatus of a crime is considered an accessory to a crime.

So, who decided to order the placement of missile batteries in Eastern Ukraine? A private with a truck driver's licence is not the one who made that decision.
 
2014-07-19 12:23:38 PM  

Pichu0102: Sigh. Man, fark this world. So because of underhanded businessmen, criminals, sociopaths obsessed with power and waving their metaphorical dick around, the grand majority of people around the world, not just Russians, who just want to live a peaceful, simple life are screwed over by the big few people more than willing to take advantage of the average person's goodwill, is that about right?

I wish we had finally figured out some kind of roadmap to a better world to live in in my generation, but I guess that's not happening, and we're leaving behind a shiatty example for the next generation. I know one day a generation will finally come along and fix what we, our past, and our future generations wrought, but until then, we're all at each other's throats over the stupidest shiat and useless pride.


You also have to understand that the Russians as a people have been getting farked over hard since the Mongol invasions.  They have always been leery of outsiders and have turned paranoia into an art form.  While I certainly don't want to apologize for Russian adventurism in Eastern Europe, they see the expansion of NATO into Eastern Europe and the American missile shield as direct actionable threats to their existence.  It's hard to convince them otherwise, especially when you have neocons like McCain popping up every ten minutes threatening to nuke them.
 
2014-07-19 02:23:45 PM  

Pichu0102: Sigh. Man, fark this world. So because of underhanded businessmen, criminals, sociopaths obsessed with power and waving their metaphorical dick around, the grand majority of people around the world, not just Russians, who just want to live a peaceful, simple life are screwed over by the big few people more than willing to take advantage of the average person's goodwill, is that about right?


Yep, pretty much. And it's not unique; if you'll check the history, similar things happened, in the past, every generation or two. :)

Pichu0102: I wish we had finally figured out some kind of roadmap to a better world to live in in my generation, but I guess that's not happening, and we're leaving behind a shiatty example for the next generation. I know one day a generation will finally come along and fix what we, our past, and our future generations wrought, but until then, we're all at each other's throats over the stupidest shiat and useless pride.


Well, humans are emotional beasts, with deep tribal roots and traditions. Our society and mores evolve, but slowly. I don't think it's gonna change any time soon. We just have to keep in mind that and move appropriately.
 
2014-07-19 02:26:25 PM  

gaslight: when the big powers do something wrong, it counts for less. Well, Russia's a lot less powerful these days and so perhaps a fundamental point of criminal justice will not be lost: that he who knowingly furnishes the apparatus of a crime is considered an accessory to a crime.


I think the fundamental point of criminal justice which will not be lost will be different: not everyone is equal before the law, so you better be a big mean mother...er, and then you'll be just peachy.
 
2014-07-19 02:31:34 PM  

SordidEuphemism: uber humper: Kittypie070: uber humper: Kittypie070: Additionally:

I had no idea whatever that repeating Ronald Reagan's words made anyone a "scumbag".

Not what I was referring to.

Then pray tell exactly what might you have been referring to?

I was referring to the sentence immediately previous to my reply. Take care babe.  I gotta run. I you want me to talk with you, you need to say something interesting.


Kitty, don't kill him, it's not worth the jail time. That shiny ignore button is there for a reason...


No worries, no one will find the body :D
 
2014-07-20 07:32:49 AM  

Kittypie070: stonelotus: kind of makes you wonder why so many naked people were on that plane.

Aerodynamic forces and depressurization airflow.

Honestly, don't be dumb.


Meaningless terms, Dear..  Sorry..

"Explosive Decompression" and..well..*explosions* be better answers..

First re-distributes anything loose and movable..clothes fit this category..  Second flash burns anything flammable..again, like clothes..  The reports mention bodies being naked..but were those bodies burned..?  No mention, either or..
 
Displayed 48 of 148 comments

First | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | » | Last | Show all

View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest


This thread is closed to new comments.

Continue Farking
Submit a Link »






Report