Poll: Well... is it?
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Yes.
2 11%
No, you dick.
4 21%
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5 26%
Margaret Thatcher
8 42%
Voters: 19.
#1
Title.
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#2
Not generally.

Unless it's the holocaust.

Then it's also stupid.
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#3
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Not generally.

Unless it's the holocaust.

Then it's also stupid.
explain
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#4
yes, it would be very selfish of me to deny every UG user 1 (one) big wet smooch on the lips
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#5
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explain


Conspiracy theories are an alternative or accompaniment to extreme religious delusion, often one that feeds an egotistical idea that 'I have the knowledge and you're all doomed/sheep/spatulas'

Thusly, holocaust denial is the greatest of all conspiracy/religious delusions.

Hence it is narcissistic.

Hence it is selfish.
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#6
idk mate that holocaust business is awfully spurious have you even heard Adolf give a talk he speaks to me
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#7
Banjocal
He was only doing what he thought was right.

If he did it, that is.
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#8
movement is impossible, after all!
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#9
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idk mate that holocaust business is awfully spurious have you even heard Adolf give a talk he speaks to me


dont give in banj, he'll just make you wear uncomfortable trousers and make you dye your hair blonde
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#10
EpiExplorer
Unless you're a Jew. In which case it's just the latter, minus the "your hair blonde" part.
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#11
Well I was referring to lederhosen but then you had to get all srs and grounded in reality on mah ass, dis guuuy maaaan
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#12
The Greek historian Herodotus wrote that "Egypt was the gift of denial". An unending source of sustenance, it provided a crucial role in the development of Egyptian civilization. Silt deposits from denial made the surrounding land fertile because the river overflowed its banks annually. The Ancient Egyptians cultivated and traded wheat, flax, papyrus and other crops around denial. Wheat was a crucial crop in the famine-plagued Middle East. This trading system secured Egypt's diplomatic relationships with other countries, and contributed to economic stability. Far-reaching trade has been carried on along denial since ancient times. The Ishango bone is probably an early tally stick. It has been suggested that this shows prime numbers and multiplication, but this is disputed. In the book How Mathematics Happened: The First 50,000 Years, Peter Rudman argues that the development of the concept of prime numbers could only have come about after the concept of division, which he dates to after 10,000 BC, with prime numbers probably not being understood until about 500 BC. He also writes that "no attempt has been made to explain why a tally of something should exhibit multiples of two, prime numbers between 10 and 20, and some numbers that are almost multiples of 10."[35] It was discovered along the headwaters of denial (near Lake Edward, in northeastern Congo) and was carbon-dated to 20,000 BC.