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re: Which human being has made the biggest impact on human history?
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/18 at 10:46 am
Never mind, I see Cricket is here. His obsession with downvoting everything I post is well known. He's a small, feeble minded, sad little internet troll. ETA: This was a pretty cool back and forth debate but now I see it's about to devolve into the usual troll fest and insults. I've got better th...

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re: Which human being has made the biggest impact on human history?
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/18 at 10:30 am
[quote]it's not just about empire building. khan killed a lot of people, fricked a lot of women, but also connected europe and asia the silk road was a big deal and IN KHAN'S LIFE, he established the silk road and opened up trade between the east and west. the issue you get with Jesus is how ...

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re: Which human being has made the biggest impact on human history?
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/18 at 10:24 am
[quote]Yeah but khan conquered and or had influence in most of what is shaded in red except for the parts of Africa and Cuba[/quote] It's still less. Here's a map showing the Mongol Empire from it's start to it's fall... [img]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/ea/Mongol_Empire_map...

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re: Which human being has made the biggest impact on human history?
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/18 at 10:17 am
[quote]It isn't just the empire. As others have pointed out, Genghis Khan united Asia in trade for the first time and he sired more children than any human in history. [/quote] Yeah he connected Europe and Asia. But the influence of Jesus reaches all around the entire world. Western Civilization...

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re: Which human being has made the biggest impact on human history?
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/18 at 10:10 am
[quote]1 in 200 men living today are direct descendants of Ghengis, sir.[/quote] That's still far less than 30% of the world's population. And of those 1 in 200 men, how much does Gengis influence their lives today? ...

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re: Which human being has made the biggest impact on human history?
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/18 at 10:07 am
The thing I don't get about arguing that Genghis Khan being the biggest influence on history is this. They base their assumption on the fact he conquered a huge empire, the biggest in history but one that also was relegated to the history books centuries ago. But if this is your benchmark, creating ...

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re: Which human being has made the biggest impact on human history?
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/18 at 9:52 am
But while Genghis is just a historic figure, Jesus still impacts the lives of roughly 30% of the worlds population today. And he did this by traveling less the 50 miles from where he was born and was only in the public like 4 years or so. And he did this over 1000 years befor Genghis and is still do...

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re: Which human being has made the biggest impact on human history?
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/18 at 9:44 am
I know there were some who called him a lair and crazy but there were plenty more who didn't. The whole point is there's no way he was making it all up. He was literally in the same time and place as Jesus. Considering the very public nature of what all happened just the last week of his life, not t...

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re: Which human being has made the biggest impact on human history?
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/18 at 9:15 am
[quote]Well Paul never met Jesus and pretty much made it all up as he went so who knows, Paul might've still spread a religion even without jesus[/quote] had Paul been making it all up about Jesus, he would have never got his mission off the ground. It's not like he came along hundreds of years o...

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re: Which human being has made the biggest impact on human history?
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/17 at 11:53 pm
[quote]That was quite a large amount of words to not say a single god damn thing. Nice try, as always, at an insult. You really are king dumbfrick[/quote] Stupid boy. That was not meant as an insult. It was stating facts and hoping that it did your dumb arse some good. ...

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re: Which human being has made the biggest impact on human history?
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/17 at 11:42 pm
[quote]Please elaborate how western culture was altered more than the Mongolian conquering of the Asian continent.[/quote] Well considering the Christian religion has been the bedrock foundation that Western Civilization has been built on for the past roughly 2000 years, I say that alone is far a...

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re: Which human being has made the biggest impact on human history?
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/17 at 11:37 pm
[quote]And you're a brainwashed moron. But that's not exactly a revelation [/quote] Oh, poor stupid little boy got his little sensitive feelings hurt. You poor, dumb little idiot. You're so deluded and dumb that you've tricked yourself into thinking you're smart. Truth be told, you're noth...

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re: Which human being has made the biggest impact on human history?
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/17 at 11:28 pm
[quote]Seeing as how Christianity is a direct ripoff of previous religions, I think it's fair to say Jesus is way overhyped[/quote] You're so edgy and cool. ...

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re: Which human being has made the biggest impact on human history?
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/17 at 11:20 pm
[quote]Dude a few posts above says Christianity changed nothing. I'm convinced[/quote] Yeah, I just saw that. I understand that it's edgy and cool to be hostile to Christianity nowadays. but to claim that the rise of Christianity had no effect on civilization, particularly Western civilization is...

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re: Which human being has made the biggest impact on human history?
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/17 at 11:17 pm
[quote]Which were? How did Christianity change the culture of Europe? Were the Romans after Christianity significantly different from their forebears? Why would they have acted significantly differently had Christianity not been in play? They're essentially the same people. Did the culture of Wester...

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re: Which human being has made the biggest impact on human history?
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/17 at 11:15 pm
[quote]Ghengis khan. Plus about 25% of humans are related to him.[/quote] That's nice but about 30% of all humans alive today are followers of Christ. Gengis Khan is a very important figure in history. But to say his impact on history is bigger than that of Christ, is absurd. ...

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re: something cool about Rosco from the Dukes of Hazzard
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/17 at 12:16 pm
[quote]by CaptainsWafer I've heard that before. Was he tatted up like Popeye with anchors on his forearms? [/quote] I've head that's all just a myth. Seems like a similar story has also been going around about Cpt. Kangaroo being a sniper or something. ...

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re: something cool about Rosco from the Dukes of Hazzard
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/17 at 11:54 am
[quote]quote: Learn something new every day. quite a few celebs from the "greatest generation" James Arness, James Garner, Capt. Kangaroo, Lee Marvin, Ed Mcmahon, Clark Gable, Don Adams, and Ted Williams are just a few that come to mind[/quote] Yeah, I've read about a lot of stars who serv...

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re: something cool about Rosco from the Dukes of Hazzard
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/17 at 11:50 am
[quote]by TheDude321 Michael Richards (Kramer from Seinfeld) is a Vietnam vet. [/quote] Did not know that either. ...

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something cool about Rosco from the Dukes of Hazzard
Posted by Darth_Vader on 4/17 at 11:48 am
Turns out he served as a gunner on a B-17 during WWII. [link=(http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/passed-away-sheriff-rosco-p-coltrane-was-a-b-17-gunner.html)]LINK[/link] Learn something new every day. ...

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