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No. 33241 ID: bd5e93 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  New trailer. Get hype!
>> No. 33251 ID: bdae0c
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>>33241

I am become hype.


No. 33242 ID: 7443a9 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  >wtf did I just watch?


No. 33225 ID: f013be hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Go pros on fucking tanks....
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>> No. 33229 ID: f2c4ed
>>33228
Armor's weaker on the side anyways. I don't know what that rocket was, but it'd be easier to get a kill, even a mobility kill, on the side of a tank's hull or turret than the front.
>> No. 33230 ID: adbbc9
it looked like a standard rpg 7 though for the most part small form AT rockets all look quite similar
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Yep
>> No. 33233 ID: f013be
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Although wtf is this? Same vid
>> No. 33236 ID: 4930b8
>>33233
From another tank behind the one that did the shooting. The missed projectile goes over both tanks and slams into the wall.


No. 33234 ID: 381ee6 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  GET HYPE
>> No. 33235 ID: 6372b6
  YES

To most if not all, the song I linked is pretty much unrelated. However, some astute listeners might be able to pick something out, as I did by chance when watching the old X-Files.

It's also a pretty good song.


No. 33196 ID: cd4a7e hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  We all know feminism is horse shit, I just love when it's reinforced.
>> No. 33221 ID: 095a2b
Based Tommy Sotomayor, his videos are fucking awesome.

He's bang on about the child abandonment / fatherless black families epidemic being the root cause of much of the problems in the black American community.


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33203 No. 33203 ID: e17217 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
My latest video...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TsVFJ2JSfj4

What do you think about that???
>> No. 33213 ID: 2404e6
>>33203
>Turn up the volume and stare at the center of the screen
What.. Do you think this is 2001? I will not fall for your jump scare sir.
>> No. 33216 ID: e17217
We are old on the web, but the world is full of noob...
I did'nt post it for scare us, but to use it to scare the other
and have some fun!
>> No. 33217 ID: 4930b8
>>33216
Is this some elaborate super-triple-ultra-fucking-quad-nigger-meta trolling?
>> No. 33218 ID: e17217
>>33217
LOL
GENIUS!


No. 33091 ID: 134a40 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  I dont even anymore
>> No. 33191 ID: 1e7925
>>33091
come on, man, that's good shit.

tae kwon DQ
>> No. 33192 ID: 1f79a5
I never thought i'd see the day Donny Baker is posted on opchan. I swear to god I did.


No. 33105 ID: df12a0 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  What'd you guys think of this show?
>> No. 33106 ID: a4bc16
Pancakes In Space: The Musical.

Bretty gud sho'.
>> No. 33185 ID: 972df0
Loved it, wished the cast had gone on to be better known than they are.
>> No. 33190 ID: 91737e
Kick Butts


No. 33165 ID: de0bec hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
  Some fuckers crawling around the fenced and mined border between north and south korea, and a mine goes off.

No idea which side it's on, or who's who.
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>> No. 33168 ID: a34477
https://news.vice.com/article/south-korea-says-north-will-pay-pitiless-penalty-for-maiming-its-soldiers-with-land-mines

South Korea's military has promised "searing" consequences in retaliation for land mine blasts last week that maimed two of its soldiers on the Seoul-controlled southern part of the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ).

The army's announcement didn't go into specifics about what exactly is planned, though included is the resumption of propaganda broadcasts across the border towards rival North Korea for the first time since 2004.

As a result of Tuesday's explosions, one soldier had to have part of each of his legs amputated, according to the South Korean Defense Ministry, while the other had his foot removed at the ankle. The two had been on a routine patrol near a wire fence in the southern side of the border.
>> No. 33174 ID: f013be
There was some shelling beforehand, could SK have been dropping minelets?
>> No. 33182 ID: adbbc9
>>33174

na the mine started it all, norkos placed a landmine right at a south Korean gate into the DMZ, soldiers going through the gate stepped on the mine. south Korea demanded an apology and some other stuff so norko fired some arty at the south Korean speaks that have been blasting k-pop at the north for years.
>> No. 33183 ID: a34477
>>33182
Well K-pop aside the real issue is that those speakers are blaring up to date weather information making them a more reliable, accurate and timely weather knowledge disseminating device then anything the average North Korean has access to.

The North Korean gov has access to accurate weather info they just dont have a quick and easy way to disseminate it to its peoples so Norks actively go to the DMZ to listen to the South's weather broadcasts. Pretty hilarious stuff if you ask me.
>> No. 33184 ID: 2404e6
>>33183
Thats fucking hysterical if thats true.


No. 33150 ID: 963c4b hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  The Staggering Cost Of The Last Decade's US War In Iraq — In Numbers Jun. 20, 2014 http://www.businessinsider.com/the-iraq-war-by-numbers-2014-6
...With Iraq back in the news, it's worth reflecting on the staggering price of the last big U.S. entanglement in the country — and recalling what the U.S. has already sacrificed there.

We drew from sources including various news reports, The Brookings Institute's Iraq Index, and the Costs of War Project to document money and blood spent on the Iraq war between 2003 and 2011.

189,000 direct war deaths, 4,488 US service personnel killed directly, 32,223 troops injured (not including PTSD), 134,000 civilians killed directly, 655,000 persons who have died in Iraq since the invasion that would not have died if the invasion had not occurred, 2.8 million persons who remain either internally displaced or have fled the country, $1.7 trillion in war expenses spent by the U.S. Treasury Department as through Fiscal Year 2013, $5,000 spent per second, $350,000 to deploy one American military member, $490 billion in war benefits owed to war veterans, $7 trillion projected interest payments due by 2053 (because the war was paid for with borrowed money), $20 billion paid to KBR, contractor responsible for equipment and services, $3 billion KBR payments Pentagon auditors considered "questionable", $60 billion paid for reconstruction, (which was ruled largely a waste due to corruption and shoddy work), $12 billion per month of the war by 2008, $7 billion owed to Iraq by the U.S. after the war (mostly due to fraud), $546 million in missing spare parts; 190,000 guns, including 110,000 AK-47s, 40 percent increase in Iraqi oil production, $5 billion in revenue from Iraqi oil in 2003, $85 billion in revenue from Iraqi oil in 2011, $150 billion oil companies are expected to invest in oil development over the next decade, $75 billion expected to go to American subcontracting companies, largest of all Halliburton, 0 Nuclear Weapons of Mass Destruction found (though a bunch of chems were discovered, pre-1991 Gullf War & garage kit stuff).

Jeb Bush: Taking Out Saddam Was A Pretty Good Deal! https://youtu.be/wUPGNBEPHEE
>> No. 33151 ID: 963c4b
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Anyone know of reliable numbers breaking down the costs of the 2003-2011 Iraq War, the post-war turmoil, and the 2015 Back to Iraq sequel?
>> No. 33152 ID: 963c4b
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Jeb Bush: ‘Taking Out Saddam Hussein Turned Out To Be A Pretty Good Deal’
AUGUST 13, 2015 http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/jeb-bush-saddam-hussein-good-deal
The quote was also reported on by The Daily Beast. Bush was speaking at a forum sponsored by Americans for Peace, Prosperity and Security at St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa, according to the website.

The Beast reported that Bush went on to say he didn't want to hypothesize about what would have happened if his brother, former President George W. Bush, had not ordered the invasion of Iraq, which led to the toppling of Hussein.

"Then that's back to the future and you could make a movie," Jeb Bush said, according to the Beast.

Bush has previously said "premature withdrawal" in Iraq created the void for the the Islamic State terror group.

The former governor has struggled, since announcing his candidacy, with questions regarding Iraq, the 2007 surge, and the role his brother played in the country after 9/11.
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33153
Meanwhile in boardrooms across America.
>> No. 33160 ID: a4bc16
It really would have economically worked out, over the next couple decades, had Iraq turned into a flourishing nation full of oil and petrodollars.

Except then Obama said "eh dont care" and pulled the occupation force out that was holding the country together, handed it over to Khameini and Al-Baghdadi.

Oops, guess no more return on investment.
>> No. 33175 ID: 963c4b
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>>33160
Or the fact that the Iraqi government hammered out an agreement with George W. Bush that all US forces would leave Iraq in 2011 and President Obama honored that agreement.

The withdrawal of U.S. military forces from Iraq began in December 2007 with the end of the Iraq War troop surge of 2007 and was completed by December 2011, bringing an end to the Iraq War. The number of U.S. military forces in Iraq peaked at 170,300 in November 2007.

The withdrawal of U.S. military forces from Iraq was a contentious issue in the United States for much of the 2000s. As the war progressed from its initial invasion phase in 2003 to a nearly decade-long occupation, American public opinion shifted towards favoring a troop withdrawal; in May 2007, 55% of Americans believed that the Iraq War was a mistake, and 51% of registered voters favored troop withdrawal. In late April 2007 Congress passed a supplementary spending bill for Iraq that set a deadline for troop withdrawal but President Bush vetoed this bill, citing his concerns about setting a withdrawal deadline. The Bush Administration later sought an agreement with the Iraqi government, and in 2008 George W. Bush signed the U.S.–Iraq Status of Forces Agreement. It included a deadline of 31 December 2011, before which "all the United States Forces shall withdraw from all Iraqi territory". The last U.S. troops left Iraq on 18 December 2011, in accordance with this agreement. US Forces, in the form of air support, resumed operations in Iraq in June 2014, to defend it against ISIS. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Withdrawal_of_U.S._troops_from_Iraq

- A graph of the US troop presence and casualties during the Iraq War.


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