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People do not know how close they really are until they start a war with somebody
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People do not know how close they really are until they start a war with somebody
People do not know how close they really are until they start a war with somebody, closing the imaginary borders they sat for themselves. When they begin to taste each other's sweat and realize the bullets are real, when the high-horse of each nation finally breaks, they become more submissive..more into peace..more into building instead of demolishing. 

It's a human feature to believe that a reality which happened a while ago is fantasy, made by the paranoid.
No wonder humanity forgot about the hellish trenches of World War 1 or the mad firestorms of World World 2 air raids.

Humans forgot the smell of crispy flesh, humans forgot the bbq parties their mortars caused, humans forgot that high-horses brought slaughter once.

Even though we humans still have modern replicas of Hitler and Mussolini.
But the replicas learned to wear the right disguise.
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RE: People do not know how close they really are until they start a war with somebody
I have no idea Canada is as close as the other side of the border, uninformed as I am by any war with canada more recent then 1812
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RE: People do not know how close they really are until they start a war with somebody
(October 9, 2019 at 9:37 pm)AtlasS33 Wrote: People do not know how close they really are until they start a war with somebody, closing the imaginary borders they sat for themselves. When they begin to taste each other's sweat and realize the bullets are real, when the high-horse of each nation finally breaks, they become more submissive..more into peace..more into building instead of demolishing. 

It's a human feature to believe that a reality which happened a while ago is fantasy, made by the paranoid.
No wonder humanity forgot about the hellish trenches of World War 1 or the mad firestorms of World World 2 air raids.

Humans forgot the smell of crispy flesh, humans forgot the bbq parties their mortars caused, humans forgot that high-horses brought slaughter once.

Even though we humans still have modern replicas of Hitler and Mussolini.
But the replicas learned to wear the right disguise.

Atlas, I hope you and your loved ones will be OK.
God thinks it's fun to confuse primates. Larsen's God!






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RE: People do not know how close they really are until they start a war with somebody
(October 9, 2019 at 10:04 pm)Anomalocaris Wrote: I have no idea Canada is as close as the other side of the border, uninformed as I am by any war with canada more recent then 1812

Unless you count the failed and (if I'm being honest) sadly comical Fenian Raids of the late 1860s.

Boru
‘Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.’ Ralph Waldo Emerson
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RE: People do not know how close they really are until they start a war with somebody
(October 10, 2019 at 4:26 am)BrianSoddingBoru4 Wrote:
(October 9, 2019 at 10:04 pm)Anomalocaris Wrote: I have no idea Canada is as close as the other side of the border, uninformed as I am by any war with canada more recent then 1812

Unless you count the failed and (if I'm being honest) sadly comical Fenian Raids of the late 1860s.

Boru

Fools! How quickly you for the War of Canadian Pharmacies!
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RE: People do not know how close they really are until they start a war with somebody
(October 9, 2019 at 10:40 pm)chimp3 Wrote:
(October 9, 2019 at 9:37 pm)AtlasS33 Wrote: People do not know how close they really are until they start a war with somebody, closing the imaginary borders they sat for themselves. When they begin to taste each other's sweat and realize the bullets are real, when the high-horse of each nation finally breaks, they become more submissive..more into peace..more into building instead of demolishing. 

It's a human feature to believe that a reality which happened a while ago is fantasy, made by the paranoid.
No wonder humanity forgot about the hellish trenches of World War 1 or the mad firestorms of World World 2 air raids.

Humans forgot the smell of crispy flesh, humans forgot the bbq parties their mortars caused, humans forgot that high-horses brought slaughter once.

Even though we humans still have modern replicas of Hitler and Mussolini.
But the replicas learned to wear the right disguise.

Atlas, I hope you and your loved ones will be OK.

I'm grateful, Chimp. Thank you.
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