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I stand behind my original candidate, the Chau chau LMG.
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jadilyn wrote:

Umm... solar powered night vision goggles?!


lol! agreed

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a tube sock-a tooth brush-a car tire-bowling ball-tooth pick-and maybe a fishing hook-a t.v.antenna-macaroni-stuufed animal-a marsh mallow-a shower-cap - a wig-a hamster- fether-flip flop and maybe rubber band
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dust
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26 / F / UK
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The most useless weapon is nothing. As it does nothing and can't be used agaisnt nothing
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TheGuardingDark wrote:


SeraphAlford wrote:


TheGuardingDark wrote:

Actually the Second and Third Crusades were the most successful. The First crusade consisted mainly of a few poor knights, some even poorer soldiers and a lot of peasants that pretty much got wiped out. The Fourth crusade never even saw the holy land and instead sacked the fellow Christian city of Constantinople.


The first Crusade was the only one to succeed.



I am afraid we're going to have to agree to disagree on that one.


Listen man, this is going to come off as insulting, but it’s not meant to be. What I said was not an expression of opinion. It was a statement of fact.
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SeraphAlford wrote:


TheGuardingDark wrote:


SeraphAlford wrote:


TheGuardingDark wrote:

Actually the Second and Third Crusades were the most successful. The First crusade consisted mainly of a few poor knights, some even poorer soldiers and a lot of peasants that pretty much got wiped out. The Fourth crusade never even saw the holy land and instead sacked the fellow Christian city of Constantinople.


The first Crusade was the only one to succeed.



I am afraid we're going to have to agree to disagree on that one.


Listen man, this is going to come off as insulting, but it’s not meant to be. What I said was not an expression of opinion. It was a statement of fact.



That may be true, but all crusades were a failure.

By failure I mean that every single one of them created a bad image, that is still used against us (why?).
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being a coward is the most useless weapon
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SeraphAlford wrote:


TheGuardingDark wrote:


SeraphAlford wrote:


TheGuardingDark wrote:

Actually the Second and Third Crusades were the most successful. The First crusade consisted mainly of a few poor knights, some even poorer soldiers and a lot of peasants that pretty much got wiped out. The Fourth crusade never even saw the holy land and instead sacked the fellow Christian city of Constantinople.


The first Crusade was the only one to succeed.



I am afraid we're going to have to agree to disagree on that one.


Listen man, this is going to come off as insulting, but it’s not meant to be. What I said was not an expression of opinion. It was a statement of fact.

And upon what evidence are you basing that statement? The first crusade was the biggest failure of the lot, accomplishing nothing but the death of its crusaders. The second crusade carved out multiple kingdoms and principalities in the holy land, most notably the Kingdom of Jerusalem. The recapture of these lands by the Arabs (again most notably Jerusalem) sparked the third, and most famous crusade, where King Richard the Lionhearted failed to retake Jerusalem but secured the right for pilgrems to travel there. The fourth crusade simply sacked Constatinople because Roman Catholic Europe didn't like Eastern Orthodox Christians and they were closer than the holy land.

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TheGuardingDark wrote:


SeraphAlford wrote:


TheGuardingDark wrote:


SeraphAlford wrote:


TheGuardingDark wrote:

Actually the Second and Third Crusades were the most successful. The First crusade consisted mainly of a few poor knights, some even poorer soldiers and a lot of peasants that pretty much got wiped out. The Fourth crusade never even saw the holy land and instead sacked the fellow Christian city of Constantinople.


The first Crusade was the only one to succeed.



I am afraid we're going to have to agree to disagree on that one.


Listen man, this is going to come off as insulting, but it’s not meant to be. What I said was not an expression of opinion. It was a statement of fact.

And upon what evidence are you basing that statement? The first crusade was the biggest failure of the lot, accomplishing nothing but the death of its crusaders. The second crusade carved out multiple kingdoms and principalities in the holy land, most notably the Kingdom of Jerusalem. The recapture of these lands by the Arabs (again most notably Jerusalem) sparked the third, and most famous crusade, where King Richard the Lionhearted failed to retake Jerusalem but secured the right for pilgrems to travel there. The fourth crusade simply sacked Constatinople because Roman Catholic Europe didn't like Eastern Orthodox Christians and they were closer than the holy land.




Jerusalem was a result of the first crusade.

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a toothpick...naw mayb not
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fenderhawk wrote:

Nuclear bomb.

They're so powerful, and yet nobody dares to use them.


I agree.
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TheGuardingDark wrote:


SeraphAlford wrote:


TheGuardingDark wrote:


SeraphAlford wrote:


TheGuardingDark wrote:

Actually the Second and Third Crusades were the most successful. The First crusade consisted mainly of a few poor knights, some even poorer soldiers and a lot of peasants that pretty much got wiped out. The Fourth crusade never even saw the holy land and instead sacked the fellow Christian city of Constantinople.


The first Crusade was the only one to succeed.



I am afraid we're going to have to agree to disagree on that one.


Listen man, this is going to come off as insulting, but it’s not meant to be. What I said was not an expression of opinion. It was a statement of fact.

And upon what evidence are you basing that statement? The first crusade was the biggest failure of the lot, accomplishing nothing but the death of its crusaders. The second crusade carved out multiple kingdoms and principalities in the holy land, most notably the Kingdom of Jerusalem. The recapture of these lands by the Arabs (again most notably Jerusalem) sparked the third, and most famous crusade, where King Richard the Lionhearted failed to retake Jerusalem but secured the right for pilgrems to travel there. The fourth crusade simply sacked Constatinople because Roman Catholic Europe didn't like Eastern Orthodox Christians and they were closer than the holy land.



The goal of the Crusades was to capture the Holy Lands. This happened only in the first Crusade. You’re facts are wrong, you’re wrong, I’m not going to waste my time arguing. It is a historical fact that the only Crusade that achieved the goal behind its creation is the first Crusade. It is not a matter of opinion.

I’m done arguing. Try this website, it may or may not be reliable.

http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/cru1.htm

Alright, back on topic now people.
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SeraphAlford wrote:


TheGuardingDark wrote:


SeraphAlford wrote:


TheGuardingDark wrote:


SeraphAlford wrote:


TheGuardingDark wrote:

Actually the Second and Third Crusades were the most successful. The First crusade consisted mainly of a few poor knights, some even poorer soldiers and a lot of peasants that pretty much got wiped out. The Fourth crusade never even saw the holy land and instead sacked the fellow Christian city of Constantinople.


The first Crusade was the only one to succeed.



I am afraid we're going to have to agree to disagree on that one.


Listen man, this is going to come off as insulting, but it’s not meant to be. What I said was not an expression of opinion. It was a statement of fact.

And upon what evidence are you basing that statement? The first crusade was the biggest failure of the lot, accomplishing nothing but the death of its crusaders. The second crusade carved out multiple kingdoms and principalities in the holy land, most notably the Kingdom of Jerusalem. The recapture of these lands by the Arabs (again most notably Jerusalem) sparked the third, and most famous crusade, where King Richard the Lionhearted failed to retake Jerusalem but secured the right for pilgrems to travel there. The fourth crusade simply sacked Constatinople because Roman Catholic Europe didn't like Eastern Orthodox Christians and they were closer than the holy land.



The goal of the Crusades was to capture the Holy Lands. This happened only in the first Crusade. You’re facts are wrong, you’re wrong, I’m not going to waste my time arguing. It is a historical fact that the only Crusade that achieved the goal behind its creation is the first Crusade. It is not a matter of opinion.

I’m done arguing. Try this website, it may or may not be reliable.

http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/cru1.htm

Alright, back on topic now people.



Quite good at getting into arguments, aren't you?
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Useless Weapon...... well yeah Nuclear Bombs are pretty pathetic. "If you don't stop doing that, I'll set off my A-Bomb!... Ok now just wait till I get myself off Earth!"
I think our hands are pretty useless. Punching is SO over rated, believe me. Tiny little bones that can break easily are not very good weapons are they? Though our hands are amazing and quite strong... All I'm saying is DONT HURT YOURSELF! Make love not war. Hands... Yeah... hurt....
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