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OmerFlame
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Favorite time in history?

Mine is the Cold War.

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  • 5
    I don't think it ever really ended.
  • 4
    We're lacking some data but I quite like the Egyptian period (I know it's pretty vague). Otherwise, we're living interesting times right now, and we can witness first hand how things are handle during a crisis (often badly).
  • 1
    @Demolishun wise words man
  • 3
    @Jilano in Israel we have Passover so we have a yearly obsession phase about the Egyptian ages LOL
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    @Jilano did you visit Pyramids?
  • 2
    That's a top level question.

    I mean I love history and every phase fascinates me equally for each has it's own essence and importance
  • 1
    @Floydimus you’re right, the reason I like the Cold War so much is because that so many things happened in the Cold War that intrigue me, like Chernobyl. I am also really interested about how life was there. You can find videos of marches and even a video in a Soviet supermarket, it’s ridiculously depressing
  • 1
    @OmerFlame see this overwhelms me.

    The perspective of Russians about Russians.
    Americans about Russians. RoW about Russians.

    The life ranging from Eastern Europe to Eastern end of Mother Russia and how culture and life changed in that entire patch.

    At the same time how American dream was glorified and capitalism came into existence with pin-up ads.

    How it affected Deutschland and shaped their economy.

    Are you aware about that satellite image of Eastern and Western Germany where you can see the difference on either side of the wall due to lightning they used?

    How America came into power then and conspiracies around the Rockefellers and Rothschilds came into existence.

    Multiple perspectives and dimensions to every moment in history just baffles me.
  • 2
    @OmerFlame also check this YouTuber 'Bald and Bankrupt' and how the dude is just raw and unlike mainstream V-loggers just explores Easter Europe/Former Soviet Union regions often risking his life.

    Kickass content.
  • 1
    @Floydimus sounds like insane content. Will check out FOR SURE.
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    60s in USA sex drugs and rock and roll, moon landing, Elvis, Beatles, Manson, Kennedy, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King

    That’s how legend was born that is now falling while trying to repeat achievements from 60 years ago.
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    Right now
  • 0
    @uyouthe yeah, it is really intersting how the US fucks up again and again and again and again with their decisions...
  • 2
    @uyouthe I agree with you

    6502 0.430 MIPS at 1Mhz in 1975

    AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X 2,356,230 MIPS at 4.35 GHz in 2020
  • 1
    @Floydimus Have not (physically at least), but I wouldn't mind!

    PS: Might be a pain if it's too crowded, though
  • 1
    Most history is interesting, but I especially like the Indus civilization because we just don't know much about them and they seem to be on par with ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia.
  • 1
    @theuser I have no idea why, but my guilty pleasure is messing around with 1980s computers
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    @theuser Egypt is awesome I agree. What gets me is that there are 10s of thousands of Mesoamerican pyramids.
  • 1
    before women got rights :(
  • 2
    The 50’s and the 80’s are two of my favorites.

    But I also am fascinated with the civil war era
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    @Bubbles can strongly relate to the first part, you have good taste imo lol
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    @OmerFlame thank you good sir, they have some of the most interesting technology, life styles, architecture, culture, and history behind them.
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    @Bubbles did you know that the British put a FORTRAN II computer in their Black Arrow ICBMs?

    Wicked British.
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    @OmerFlame that’s cool
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    @Bubbles they made a mistake in the FORTRAN and they made the rocket wiggle around itself left and right and it broke on maximum dynamic pressure, I laugh my ass off every time I see its tape lol
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    @OmerFlame I’ll have to look Into that
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    @M1sf3t Don’t forget Sparta!

    And while you did mention Babylon, the Assyrians really deserve a specific mention.
  • 2
    @Jilano man I have been there. Trust me.

    And I keep telling everyone I meet that before you die, visit Pyramids.

    Mammothic structure. And when you step inside of it.. I can't express my feelings or describe my experience with my limited vocabulary.

    Are you on Tele/Instagram? I can share some pictures. Damn crazy stuff..

    Crowd shouldn't bother much. Sellers might but ignore them.
  • 3
    @Root @M1sf3t Yes to both! What we know on these is a start, but imagine being able to witness all of that first hand...

    @Floydimus Ha! Duly noted, then, I'll do my best to go there before I die. It does seem to be one of the thing that you HAVE to see to really grasp how big/incredible it is. Pictures don't do it justice!

    To answer your question, nope, I don't have anything like that. Sorry!
  • 2
    @Jilano Yeah that's okay. Understandable as most here avoid mainstream SM stuff. IDK how I got there.

    True. HAVE to see. Also try avoiding summers and carry tanker full of water with you.

    Have you. See you around.
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    I am really really happy to see that I’m sparking a long conversation! Thank you for your time
  • 1
    @M1sf3t 60s are dead because of drugs usage that was popular in 60s become strictly banned in 70s when they passage the Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970.

    Creativity stopped and we are now living in controlled corporate society, mainly living in cage.
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    @M1sf3t dea was established in 70s and Nixon started war on drugs that mostly changed everything.
  • 2
    @M1sf3t yeah but underground is not what most people have access. You need to know the men who knows the men. That basically fucked up world and introduced drug cartels cause of middleman.
    Amount of money that is spent on military fighting drug cartels and could be spent on education is ridiculous.
  • 3
    @vane "Whoa whoa! Slow down, there... 'Education'? You want people thinking for themselves or what?! Those are harder to control. It's way too dangerous!"
  • 2
    @Jilano ah sorry. Yes please buy only advertised products and work, work as much as you can so we all other people can do what we want.
  • 2
    @vane That's more like it!

    (This comment was brought to you by Charleston Chew.)
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    @Jilano I’m just fan of “Happiness” by Steve Cutts.
    So don’t read books, don’t be interested in history and try to undermine how world works. Just watch tv, swipe facebook and buy new iShit to be happy.

    Sent from iPhone
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