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General / Re: What's with Letsparty
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:52 am »
Why would you make another alt then?

To get attention. During my second PoW in July, I got promoted back to Private because of a glitch but Superluigi77 kept me as Private anyway. I wanted to see what I could do. I tried being nice but I get no attention. It's so boring.
So I did inappropriate siggys and pictures, Deathleaf requested me for a ban. I got banned for a month until August 12th 2012.
I got released and no one liked me much. I get no attention and sploder was beginning to su'ck. So a couple months later, I made a few alts during the Easter Break on my holidays somewhere else, the I.P. didn't match so it encouraged me to make those alts.

My long time aim was to be promoted and get everyone's trust.

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General / Re: What's with Letsparty
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:49 am »
Wow, I thought he was actually a cool person.

I thought I was getting popular too.

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General / Re: What's with Letsparty
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:48 am »
Everything is so clear now.

You were banned two times on the forums, as Xploder and TheSilentBang...

And was PoWed twice more but that was in the beginning of 2012 before the SMF came along.

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General / Re: What's with Letsparty
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:46 am »
Okay, alright. Sorry dudes.

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General / Re: What's with Letsparty
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:45 am »
on MS, it matches someone else.

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General / Re: Just got Crysis 3
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:44 am »
I Pre-ordered AC4. Good luck with completing it!

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General / Re: What's with Letsparty
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:43 am »

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General / Re: cyclone43 is on Sploder Friendliest
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:40 am »
Cyclone43 is pretty sadistic. Why is he on the list?

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General / Re: Just sent my editor application
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:40 am »
Don't worry. Just feel confident. Accept what you get, it's life. Everyone gets nervous, so don't worry.  :)

Just do the best you can do.

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Bump.

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General / Re: Just sent my editor application
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:37 am »
I actually got 91% out of 100. I was the second best ;3

Good.

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General / Re: wow
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:36 am »
''nothing can beat a glass of coke''

You should try Sprite.

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General / Re: TheSilentBang in the House
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:35 am »
But all these inappropriate siggys come from my father's web. Every credit I do, I get eight bucks.


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Royal Poster

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General / Re: wow
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:30 am »
So many hate comments xD

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General / Re: UHHHHH
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:27 am »
Moral: Us Humans are boss.

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General / Re: Post an opinion for an opinion
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:22 am »
You're a good soldier and you make a good contribution, I think. I heard you used to be a Major or Lieutenant. However, I wish for you to get that rank back because you are capable and your industrious mind buys you that right. Keep it up.

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General / Re: Just sent my editor application
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:18 am »
You will get accepted hopefully. Your exploits in this review are legendary. If you don't, it'll be a shame.

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General / Re: Just sent my editor application
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:14 am »
Good luck. Sent in mine too.

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10/10 

Thanked.

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General / UHHHHH
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:07 am »

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General / WTF WHAT IS DIS
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:03 am »

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General / Re: Rubberbands vs Watermelon
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:01 am »

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General / Re: Rubberbands vs Watermelon
« on: April 07, 2013, 11:00 am »
And so, the Rubber Band defeats the Water Melon. The Melon makes the ultimate sacrifice after several attempts of trying to overwhelm the Band.

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General / Re: UM, OH SHOOT, SORRY SPELL
« on: April 07, 2013, 10:53 am »

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8 Hours with Checkthepan. I was an exceptional Game Maker, he said.

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General / Re: Oh, Adolf...
« on: April 07, 2013, 10:16 am »
At the outbreak of World War I, Hitler was a resident of Munich and volunteered to serve in the Bavarian Army as an Austrian citizen.[54] Posted to the Bavarian Reserve Infantry Regiment 16 (1st Company of the List Regiment),[55][54] he served as a dispatch runner on the Western Front in France and Belgium,[56] spending nearly half his time well behind the front lines.[57][58] He was present at the First Battle of Ypres, the Battle of the Somme, the Battle of Arras, and the Battle of Passchendaele, and was wounded at the Somme.[59]

He was decorated for bravery, receiving the Iron Cross, Second Class, in 1914.[59] Recommended by Hugo Gutmann, he received the Iron Cross, First Class, on 4 August 1918,[60] a decoration rarely awarded to one of Hitler's rank (Gefreiter). Hitler's post at regimental headquarters, providing frequent interactions with senior officers, may have helped him receive this decoration.[61] Though his rewarded actions may have been courageous, they were probably not highly exceptional.[62] He also received the Black Wound Badge on 18 May 1918.[63]

During his service at the headquarters, Hitler pursued his artwork, drawing cartoons and instructions for an army newspaper. During the Battle of the Somme in October 1916, he was wounded either in the groin area[64] or the left thigh by a shell that had exploded in the dispatch runners' dugout.[65] Hitler spent almost two months in the Red Cross hospital at Beelitz, returning to his regiment on 5 March 1917.[66] On 15 October 1918, he was temporarily blinded by a mustard gas attack and was hospitalised in Pasewalk.[67] While there, Hitler learnt of Germany's defeat,[68] and—by his own account—on receiving this news, he suffered a second bout of blindness.[69]

Hitler became embittered over the collapse of the war effort, and his ideological development began to firmly take shape.[70] He described the war as "the greatest of all experiences", and was praised by his commanding officers for his bravery.[71] The experience reinforced his passionate German patriotism and he was shocked by Germany's capitulation in November 1918.[72] Like other German nationalists, he believed in the Stab-in-the-back myth (Dolchstoßlegende), which claimed that the German army, "undefeated in the field", had been "stabbed in the back" on the home front by civilian leaders and Marxists, later dubbed the "November criminals".[73]

The Treaty of Versailles stipulated that Germany must relinquish several of its territories and demilitarise the Rhineland. The treaty imposed economic sanctions and levied heavy reparations on the country. Many Germans perceived the treaty—especially Article 231, which declared Germany responsible for the war—as a humiliation.[74] The Versailles Treaty and the economic, social, and political conditions in Germany after the war were later exploited by Hitler for political gains.[75]

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General / Re: Oh, Adolf...
« on: April 07, 2013, 10:15 am »
Nice meme bro, I get it.
Hitler's always angry.



He'd do anything for power, because he's Hitler.

A dictator.

Adolf Hitler (German: [ˈadɔlf ˈhɪtlɐ] ( listen); 20 April 1889 – 30 April 1945) was an Austrian-born German politician and the leader of the Nazi Party (German: Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (NSDAP); National Socialist German Workers Party). He was chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945 and dictator of Nazi Germany (as Führer und Reichskanzler) from 1934 to 1945. Hitler was at the centre of Nazi Germany, World War II in Europe, and the Holocaust.

Hitler was a decorated veteran of World War I. He joined the German Workers' Party (precursor of the NSDAP) in 1919, and became leader of the NSDAP in 1921. In 1923, he attempted a coup d'état in Munich, known as the Beer Hall Putsch. The failed coup resulted in Hitler's imprisonment, during which time he wrote his memoir, Mein Kampf (My Struggle). After his release in 1924, Hitler gained popular support by attacking the Treaty of Versailles and promoting Pan-Germanism, antisemitism, and anti-communism with charismatic oratory and Nazi propaganda. After his appointment as chancellor in 1933, he transformed the Weimar Republic into the Third Reich, a single-party dictatorship based on the totalitarian and autocratic ideology of Nazism.

Hitler's aim was to establish a New Order of absolute Nazi German hegemony in continental Europe. To this end, his foreign and domestic policies had the aim of seizing Lebensraum ("living space") for the Germanic people. He directed the rearmament of Germany and the invasion of Poland by the Wehrmacht in September 1939, resulting in the outbreak of World War II in Europe. Under Hitler's rule, in 1941 German forces and their European allies occupied most of Europe and North Africa. In 1943, Germany had been forced onto the defensive and suffered a series of escalating defeats. In the final days of the war, during the Battle of Berlin in 1945, Hitler married his long-time partner, Eva Braun. On 30 April 1945, less than two days later, the two committed suicide to avoid capture by the Red Army, and their corpses were burned.

Hitler's aggressive foreign policy is considered the main cause of the outbreak of World War II in Europe. His antisemitic policies and racially motivated ideology resulted in the deaths of at least 5.5 million Jews and millions of other people deemed racially inferior.

Hitler's father, Alois Hitler (1837–1903), was the illegitimate child of Maria Anna Schicklgruber. Because the baptismal register did not show the name of Alois's father, Alois initially bore his mother's surname, Schicklgruber. In 1842, Johann Georg Hiedler married Alois's mother, Maria Anna. After she died in 1847 and Johann Georg Hiedler in 1856, Alois was brought up in the family of Hiedler's brother, Johann Nepomuk Hiedler.[2] In 1876, Alois was legitimated and the baptismal register changed by a priest before three witnesses to register Johann Georg Hiedler as Alois's father (recorded as Georg Hitler).[3][4] Upon being legitimised as the son of Georg Hitler at age 39, Alois assumed the surname Hitler,[4] also spelled as Hiedler, Hüttler, or Huettler. Thus, the origin of the Hitler surname is probably based on "one who lives in a hut" (Standard German Hütte for hut) or on "shepherd" (Standard German hüten for to guard); alternatively, it may be derived from the Slavic words Hidlar or Hidlarcek.[5]

An alternative theory of Alois's paternity was advanced by Nazi official Hans Frank: it suggested that Alois's mother had been employed as a housekeeper for a Jewish family in Graz and that the family's 19-year-old son, Leopold Frankenberger, had fathered Alois.[6] However, no Frankenberger was registered in Graz during that period, and no record of Leopold Frankenberger's existence has been produced.[7] Historians therefore dismiss the claim that Alois's father was Jewish.

Adolf Hitler was born on 20 April 1889 at the Gasthof zum Pommer, an inn located at Salzburger Vorstadt 15, Braunau am Inn, Austria-Hungary, a town on the border with Bavaria, Germany.[10] He was the fourth of six children to Alois Hitler and Klara Pölzl (1860–1907). Hitler's older siblings—Gustav, Ida, and Otto—died in infancy.[11] When Hitler was three, the family moved to Passau, Germany.[12] There he acquired the distinctive lower Bavarian dialect, rather than Austrian German, which marked his speech all of his life.[13][14][15] In 1894 the family relocated to Leonding (near Linz), and in June 1895, Alois retired to a small landholding at Hafeld, near Lambach, where he farmed and kept bees. Hitler attended school in nearby Fischlham. Hitler became fixated on warfare after finding a picture book about the Franco-Prussian War among his father's belongings.[16][17]

The move to Hafeld coincided with the onset of intense father-son conflicts caused by Hitler's refusal to conform to the strict discipline of his school.[18] Alois Hitler's farming efforts at Hafeld ended in failure, and in 1897 the family moved to Lambach. The eight-year-old Hitler took singing lessons, sang in the church choir, and even considered becoming a priest.[19] In 1898 the family returned permanently to Leonding. The death of his younger brother, Edmund, from measles on 2 February 1900 deeply affected Hitler. He changed from being confident and outgoing and an excellent student, to a morose, detached, and sullen boy who constantly fought with his father and teachers.[20]

Alois had made a successful career in the customs bureau and wanted his son to follow in his footsteps.[21] Hitler later dramatised an episode from this period when his father took him to visit a customs office, depicting it as an event that gave rise to an unforgiving antagonism between father and son, who were both strong-willed.[22][23][24] Ignoring his son's desire to attend a classical high school and become an artist, in September 1900 Alois sent Hitler to the Realschule in Linz.[25] (This was the same high school that Adolf Eichmann would attend some 17 years later.)[26] Hitler rebelled against this decision, and in Mein Kampf revealed that he did poorly in school, hoping that once his father saw "what little progress I was making at the technical school he would let me devote myself to my dream".[27]

Like many Austrian Germans, Hitler began to develop German nationalist ideas from a young age.[28] He expressed loyalty only to Germany, despising the declining Habsburg Monarchy and its rule over an ethnically variegated empire.[29][30] Hitler and his friends used the German greeting "Heil", and sang the German anthem "Deutschland Über Alles" instead of the Austrian Imperial anthem.[31]

After Alois' sudden death on 3 January 1903, Hitler's performance at school deteriorated. His mother allowed him to quit in autumn 1905.[32] He enrolled at the Realschule in Steyr in September 1904; his behaviour and performance showed some improvement.[33] In the autumn of 1905, after passing a repeat and the final exam, Hitler left the school without any ambitions for further schooling or clear plans for a career.[34]

From 1905, Hitler lived a bohemian life in Vienna, financed by orphan's benefits and support from his mother. He worked as a casual labourer and eventually as a painter, selling watercolours. The Academy of Fine Arts Vienna rejected him twice, in 1907 and 1908, because of his "unfitness for painting". The director recommended that Hitler study architecture,[35] but he lacked the academic credentials.[36] On 21 December 1907, his mother died aged 47. After the Academy's second rejection, Hitler ran out of money. In 1909 he lived in a homeless shelter, and by 1910, he had settled into a house for poor working men on Meldemannstraße.[37] At the time Hitler lived there, Vienna was a hotbed of religious prejudice and racism.[38] Fears of being overrun by immigrants from the East were widespread, and the populist mayor, Karl Lueger, exploited the rhetoric of virulent antisemitism for political effect. Georg Schönerer's pan-Germanic antisemitism had a strong following in the Mariahilf district, where Hitler lived.[39] Hitler read local newspapers, such as the Deutsches Volksblatt, that fanned prejudice and played on Christian fears of being swamped by an influx of eastern Jews.[40] Hostile to what he saw as Catholic "Germanophobia", he developed an admiration for Martin Luther.[41]

The origin and first expression of Hitler's antisemitism have been difficult to locate.[42] Hitler states in Mein Kampf that he first became an antisemite in Vienna.[43] His close friend, August Kubizek, claimed that Hitler was a "confirmed antisemite" before he left Linz.[44] Kubizek's account has been challenged by historian Brigitte Hamann, who writes that Kubizek is the only person to have said that the young Hitler was an antisemite.[45] Hamann also notes that no antisemitic remark has been documented from Hitler during this period.[46] Historian Ian Kershaw suggests that if Hitler had made such remarks, they may have gone unnoticed because of the prevailing antisemitism in Vienna at that time.[47] Several sources provide strong evidence that Hitler had Jewish friends in his hostel and in other places in Vienna.[48][49] Historian Richard J. Evans states that "historians now generally agree that his notorious, murderous anti-Semitism emerged well after Germany's defeat [in World War I], as a product of the paranoid 'stab-in-the-back' explanation for the catastrophe".[50]

Hitler received the final part of his father's estate in May 1913 and moved to Munich.[51] Historians believe he left Vienna to evade conscription into the Austrian army.[52] Hitler later claimed that he did not wish to serve the Habsburg Empire because of the mixture of "races" in its army.[51] After he was deemed unfit for service—he failed his physical exam in Salzburg on 5 February 1914—he returned to Munich.[53]

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General / Re: Is my account possessed?
« on: April 07, 2013, 10:04 am »
I am the Royal Thanker. Do you want me to fix it?

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