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Comrade Tovya

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    Comrade Tovya
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    • Joined on October 25th 2008, last online on 27 April 2017.
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    Are You An Achievement Junkie?

    in Microsoft Discussion on 17 April 2009

    I generally don't attempt to get achievements unless I just really like the game I suppose--and most of the time that means I got a particular achievement by stroke of luck because I liked the game. ...

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    Proof: Xbox 360 controller is the best.

    in Microsoft Discussion on 17 April 2009

    Nice article find......

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    VGC Poll: Abortion

    in General Discussion on 25 January 2009

    akuma587 said: Well, I'll say I think it is definitely immoral. Murder may be a stretch. Even the Old Testament treated someone causing a miscarriage and someone who committed murder differently.   Actually, no, that is not the position of Jewish law, as you are misinterpreting the scripture. Halacha is quite specific that because the abortion of the fetus was...

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    VGC Poll: Abortion

    in General Discussion on 25 January 2009

    pro-life...

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    If a suitcase nuke went off, would you vote to re-elect Obama?

    in General Discussion on 25 January 2009

    No, I wouldn't vote for him in such a case...But he's already made his first mistake with me by appointing Mitchell as the mideast envoy. Huge mistake....

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    Hamas and allies declare ceasefire

    in General Discussion on 19 January 2009

    blackstar said: how about lifting the blockade first comrade?   Okay, well let's just put this in perspective here. Hamas says that they intend to rearm and continue their war... there is no need to argument this point, because Hamas readily admits this. So, in what what would "lifting the blockade" help Israel? Lifting the blockade would make it easier for Hamas to do what...

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    Hamas and allies declare ceasefire

    in General Discussion on 18 January 2009

    Israel needs to go in an completely clear out Chamas. But now that the cease-fire has been called, Israel needs to put on an international press conference that if even one rocket is fired, or one terrorist attack ensues, then a full declaration of war will ensue at that moment, and all future cease-fire requests will be ignored.Therefore, if Chamas has learned their lesson, all is well. But...

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    Discussion: Terrorism, Israel, Hamas, etc

    in General Discussion on 14 January 2009

    ^^^ Jackson, honestly, God love you, but please stop nitpicking every word I write... It's very annoying. I've been respecting you equally, and have not been picking apart everything you write (and yes, sometimes it's very hard). But I've given you the basic respect of not criticizing every little word you write. I've been sticking to your main points. If you want me to start again, I'm...

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    Our Drug War Next Door

    in General Discussion on 14 January 2009

    akuma587 said: Comrade Tovya said:   You and I are pretty close on this issue really... You are right in your assertion that the drug war is a waste of money (just like the war in Iraq is valiant in principal, but has been severly mismanaged).  The problem is not that either war is bad, but really that they not being managed properly.  I think we...

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    Our Drug War Next Door

    in General Discussion on 14 January 2009

    akuma587 said: I wouldn't have as much problem with a full scale war on drugs if we had the money to pay for it, but we are dead broke as a country. There are far more important things for us to worry about it. And frankly, I think our military can serve people better than as drug police. Furthermore, fighting against the drug trade makes the drug trade even more lucrative as it limits...

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    Discussion: Terrorism, Israel, Hamas, etc

    in General Discussion on 14 January 2009

    Kasz216 said: vlad321 said: Comrade Tovya said: Slimebeast said: vlad321FYI The West Bank is occupied by Israel for the exact those reasons - security for it's citizens.Gaza was a test ground. Ariel Sharon thought it was good to give the Palestinians a chance to show they can be peaceful. But you know what, they failed. And the opposition party in Israel, with leader...

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    Discussion: Terrorism, Israel, Hamas, etc

    in General Discussion on 14 January 2009

    I love how you like to ignore the point that the western powers did nothing. While the British were still in control of the mandate, they actually actively opposed and prevented Jewish immigration.All that the west really did was abandon the mandate, and let the Jews and Arabs fight it out. Originally, the entire world thought that the Jews were screwed. They offered no help, despite the fact...

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    Our Drug War Next Door

    in General Discussion on 14 January 2009

    akuma587 said: The marijuana market would be HUGE if it was legal. You underestimate how many people smoke it already and how many more would do it if it was legal. Plus you don't need that much to get high, so they could charge relatively high prices (much less than street value now), plus the quality would be so much better. But that is beside the point. It doesn't have to be a huge...

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    Our Drug War Next Door

    in General Discussion on 14 January 2009

    Uh, well, "legalizing" drugs is a really poor idea. It doesn't fix anything. A good example of this is 19th century China where 90% of the population was permanently high on opium. It was ruinous to their country... so I 100% do not agree with legalizing such stuff.I actually advocate full military force being used again the cartels.. and not simply covert CIA/DEA operations. If you bring the...

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    Discussion: Terrorism, Israel, Hamas, etc

    in General Discussion on 14 January 2009

    Slimebeast said: ^Actually the Arabs that were living inside the borders of the new nation of Israel didn't even have to leave (and many of them didn't) but they were tricked by other Arabs to leave, as Comrade explained above.The point is that after so much time has passed, all other nations over the world have accepted territory relocations like this in the past - except for Palestininan...

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    Discussion: Terrorism, Israel, Hamas, etc

    in General Discussion on 14 January 2009

    superchunk said: I'm surprised you all are still discussing this. I gave up.No matter how much logic you bring to the table it always boils down to me, me, ME and F them!In the meantime hundreds of innocent people still die and the injustice goes on.I'm not touching this topic again until Obama gets in the white house and hopefully does as he said and really puts US support on a much more...

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    Discussion: Terrorism, Israel, Hamas, etc

    in General Discussion on 14 January 2009

    vlad321 said: Slimebeast said: vlad321,The West didn't "put the Jews in Palestine". U know very well about the annual Jewish world congress, Herzl and that jewish immigration to The Holy Land started already late in the 19th century.It was Jews who wanted to move into Palestine. The Brits even restricted jewish immigration for a long period in the 20's and 30's to try to settle...

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    Discussion: Terrorism, Israel, Hamas, etc

    in General Discussion on 14 January 2009

    vlad321 said: Comrade Tovya said:   Okay, I'll play the devil's advocate just for you.... let's go through the checklist: Palestinian Authority> Still doesn't recognize Israel's right to exist Hamas> Still doesn't recognize Israel's right to exist Syria> Still doesn't recognize Israel's right to exist Jordan> Their king supports Israel behind...

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    Discussion: Terrorism, Israel, Hamas, etc

    in General Discussion on 14 January 2009

    vlad321 said: Comrade Tovya said: vlad321 said: Slimebeast said: vlad321FYI The West Bank is still occupied by Israel for the exact those reasons - security for it's citizens.Gaza was a test ground. Ariel Sharon thought it was good to give the Palestinians a chance to show they can be peaceful. But you know what, they failed. And the opposition party in Israel, with...

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    Discussion: Terrorism, Israel, Hamas, etc

    in General Discussion on 14 January 2009

    vlad321 said: Comrade Tovya said: Slimebeast said: vlad321FYI The West Bank is occupied by Israel for the exact those reasons - security for it's citizens.Gaza was a test ground. Ariel Sharon thought it was good to give the Palestinians a chance to show they can be peaceful. But you know what, they failed. And the opposition party in Israel, with leader Benyamin Netanyahu,...

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