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Have you seen attack ships burn, off the shoulder of Orion?
Politics & World Affairs
Is Planned Parenthood dealing in fetal organs?

Will not watch the 3 hour version, but this exceeds my darkest suspicions about the organization.

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by Lurkur, Wednesday, 15 July 2015 01:58 [ Read all ]
Politics & World Affairs
Deutchland 83

Not sure if this should be in this section or not, but because the series deals with 80s Cold War stuff, anyone watching this series(now appearing on  ...

by dfgardner, Friday, 10 July 2015 16:38 [ Read all ]
Politics & World Affairs
Why didn't we think of this?

What do you do when two policy rate cuts, $19 billion in committed support from a hastily contrived broker consortium, and a promise of central ...

by Seminole, Monday, 06 July 2015 18:27 [ Read all ]
Games Corner
If anyone wants to get into Armored Warfare

I have a couple of keys to get into the early access:



One word of advice if you try ...

by Wolfpack, Thursday, 02 July 2015 21:09 [ Read all ]
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