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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 05 Jun 2016 02:41 #21

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New York City skyscrapers lit with crosses for Easter March 29 1956:



New York City with "Kali" (goddess of destruction) projected on the Empire State Building, August 2015:

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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 05 Jun 2016 02:51 #22

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Here's a little 'contrast':

Righteous Brothers - Unchained Melody



Eamon - Fuck It

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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 05 Jun 2016 03:06 #23

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Flare wrote:
New York City skyscrapers lit with crosses for Easter March 29 1956:



New York City with "Kali" (goddess of destruction) projected on the Empire State Building, August 2015:


i'm much more partial to the latter.
"From each according to his ability, to each according to his need."
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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 05 Jun 2016 03:06 #24

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Must say I find it very awkward tho, to suddeny be 'welcomed' at a supermarket.

One of the perils of new world shopping. :larf:

At 'Bunnings' in australia you can sometimes avoid them by entering through the garden center on the side... where its just cashiers there, if you get lucky theyre busy and theres no spare workers loitering. :larf:

ROFL!

I see you have the same feeling of 'awkwardness' as I have upon entering such a store :larf:

The point here in Holland is that one doesn't expect it, as it's very rare... so basically upon entering suddenly you just walk right into two 'happily' smiling workers welcoming you, who normally sit behind the cash desk. While they're not making a buck extra out of it...

Anyway, they're a bit better off promoting their supermarket then this guy I reckon:

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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 05 Jun 2016 03:15 #25

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i'm much more partial to the latter.

Of course you do! :thumbup:

That's because the bible denounces you, so you'd rather see the whole world go to hell in stead, because of your extremely self-centered world view.

Maybe here's a little upper for you: Ernst Röhm, leader of the SA in Germany was also gay:







After 'the night of the long knives' he got executed, as he was conspiring against Hitler and wanted to overthrow the government... nevertheless, Hitler wasn't that anti-gay as you would have thought.
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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 05 Jun 2016 03:22 #26

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Flare wrote:
ROFL!

I see you have the same feeling of 'awkwardness' as I have upon entering such a store :larf:

I was just clowning around a little, it doesnt bother me at all, if anything i feel for them, they are the ones with the awkward job, we only have to do it when walking in and out.. they do it much more than that. :larf:
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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 05 Jun 2016 03:28 #27

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Percy Sledge - When a man loves a woman



YG - Bitches Aint Shit

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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 05 Jun 2016 11:29 #28

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:D

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Nicole Scherzinger - Don't Hold Your Breath

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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 05 Jun 2016 11:38 #29

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Venus - Frankie Avalon




Love Me - Lil Wayne ft. Drake

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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 05 Jun 2016 16:09 #30

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"The truth must be repeated over and over again,
because error is repeatedly preached among us, not
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and cyclopaedias, in schools and universities; every-
where, in fact, error prevails, and is quite easy in the
feeling that it has a decided majority on its side."

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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 09 Jun 2016 18:35 #31

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Sweden Before And After Mass Immigration


The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane. – Marcus Aurelius
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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 09 Jun 2016 18:56 #32

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sweden, obviously got a lot more interesting.
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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 09 Jun 2016 19:32 #33

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THEN






This video is not available in your country - so I hope I chose the right one :)

and please post a better version - the starting picture looks quite blurred - if you got one.




NOW



TWERKING :conf: GIRLS


www.youtube.com/results?search_query=TWERKING



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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 09 Jun 2016 19:41 #34

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bd wrote:
sweden, obviously got a lot more interesting.

If what you mean by ''interesting'' as segregated and divided communities, no go areas (for the Native Swedes themselves that is), broken culture, welfare state, high crime, rising racial tensions, high rape stats (by migrants on Swedish Women), hate crime laws, Radical islam, and all the other ''great'' things that diversity brings to a once beautiful and peaceful Nation, then yes.
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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 09 Jun 2016 20:15 #35

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Camp Coffee - with chicory



Image on Left was the original Label
Right is current.


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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 09 Jun 2016 20:49 #36

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So turban man isnt serving anymore... and the new one looks like they morphed it to look more like a pyramid (background tent? ) and an eye in the foreground. :hahano: Plus note the sun at the top... its all there in the newer one. ;)

Not unexpected :hahano:
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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 09 Jun 2016 20:56 #37

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So turban man isnt serving anymore... and the new one looks like they morphed it to look more like a pyramid (background tent? ) and an eye in the foreground. :hahano: Plus note the sun at the top... its all there in the newer one. ;)

Not unexpected :hahano:

The Scot also became younger through time and moved up a rank (stripe).
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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 09 Jun 2016 21:01 #38

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Gaia wrote:
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So turban man isnt serving anymore... and the new one looks like they morphed it to look more like a pyramid (background tent? ) and an eye in the foreground. :hahano: Plus note the sun at the top... its all there in the newer one. ;)

Not unexpected :hahano:

The Scot also became younger through time and moved up a rank (stripe).

So, the Scot is STILL in command .... Priceless ... and subtle.
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bd wrote:
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So turban man isnt serving anymore... and the new one looks like they morphed it to look more like a pyramid (background tent? ) and an eye in the foreground. :hahano: Plus note the sun at the top... its all there in the newer one. ;)

Not unexpected :hahano:

The Scot also became younger through time and moved up a rank (stripe).

So, the Scot is STILL in command .... Priceless ... and subtle.

Haggis or tandoor lamb? :umm:

The Scots haven't been in command for a looooong time. If ever. :larf:

Then:


:larf: :larf: :larf:

Now:



:larf: :larf: :larf:
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The magnificent 'Then and Now' thread 09 Jun 2016 21:11 #40

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Yeah... me and my wife were wondering about this, as we don't see much children playing in the streets anymore lately, but we thought that was due to us being adults and probably not noticing it.

I remember back in my days we were always outside, hide and seek, building huts, climbing trees, making fires, playing football, basketball, tennis, fishing, jump into a boat and just paddle away or just walking around the place... only time we were inside was when the weather was bad or we had to play a computergame.

But are most of them really sitting inside nowadays with their Ipads, Iphones and stuff or not?
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