Fair warning: It's their own fault if they get killed.

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  1. 14thDoctor

    14thDoctor Listen here, Jack

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  2. Sean the Puritan

    Sean the Puritan Endut! Hoch Hech!

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    Prove that it's Canadian territory.
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  3. El Chup

    El Chup Fuck Trump Deceased Member Git

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    Also from the article.

    So not at the island at all.
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  4. 14thDoctor

    14thDoctor Listen here, Jack

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    Yes, because there's hordes of Canadians coming over our border. :facepalm:
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  6. Diacanu

    Diacanu Comicmike. Writer

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    Prove young Earth creationism.
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  7. Sean the Puritan

    Sean the Puritan Endut! Hoch Hech!

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    Yes, the Canadian news outlet presumes that the (disputed) waters in question are Canadian waters. What a surprise.

    Meanwhile, American law enforcement organisations are acting like the disputed waters in question are American waters. What a complete surprise.
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  8. Dinner

    Dinner 2012 & 2014 Master Prognosticator

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    What are you bitches going to do about it?
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    Dinner 2012 & 2014 Master Prognosticator

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    One is too many.
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  10. 14thDoctor

    14thDoctor Listen here, Jack

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    You know what won't be a complete surprise? When your pirate buddies get fucked up after messing with the wrong ship. :)
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  11. Dinner

    Dinner 2012 & 2014 Master Prognosticator

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    I dispute there is any such place as Cananda.
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  12. Diacanu

    Diacanu Comicmike. Writer

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    You know what else isn't a complete surprise?
    The historical record showing mankind domesticating the horse 4000 years before Yahweh supposedly formed the Earth.
    :diacanu:
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  13. Bickendan

    Bickendan Custom Title Administrator Faceless Mook Writer

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    I would, too.
    Canada, on the other hand...
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  14. Elwood

    Elwood I know what I'm about, son.

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    Tererun Troll princess and Magical Girl

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    I am going to consider this not joking given your rep and tell you to go eat a bowl of dicks. This is America and it is made great by acceptance, immigrants, and differences. What is being done to them is disgusting and fascist. Keep America great and love different people and cultures.

    If you cannot do that it is cool, but go find a rock to slither under because this is people and we are more powerful and right than your xenophobic ass.
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  16. Sean the Puritan

    Sean the Puritan Endut! Hoch Hech!

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    Really? Because I am confident that such news would come as a COMPLETE surprise to those who study such things, since it's commonly accepted that the horse was domesticated around 2000 B.C. and MAYBE as early as 3500 BC or so.

    10,000 BC is isn't even credible.
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  17. Diacanu

    Diacanu Comicmike. Writer

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    That an invisible space wizard made dirt before the stars.
    So....you're kinda not a person.
    Haha! Kidding, you do you.
    ...no, seriously though...
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    Paladin Overjoyed Man of Liberty

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    That's right. I read a book called The Horse, The Wheel, and Language which investigated the earliest evidence of horse domestication, and it's thought that the people who first achieved that (or who achieved it on a scale large enough to be present in the archaeological record) were the same people who spoke the language we call Proto Indo-European, which helps explain the spread of European languages and their pre-eminence today. The evidence is pretty solid for domestication of the horse around 3500 BC and may have happened as early as 4200 BC.
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  19. oldfella1962

    oldfella1962 high speed, low drag

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    was it a talking horse, like Mister Ed? I wouldn't doubt it to be honest - the bible has talking donkeys so there may be some connection there.
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    And talking snakes.

    If God could give animals intelligence and the power of speech, it's no wonder he fucked off and left us. He could have his own live action TMNT, Thundercats AND Biker Mice From Mars adventures.

    Hell, Cheetara alone would keep me occupied for 2000 years.
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  21. Amaris

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    Horses were domesticated between 6500-8000 years ago.
    https://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/horse/domesticating-horses/

    A better example would be the domestication of the dog, which extends back somewhere between 20,000 and 40,000 years.
  22. Sean the Puritan

    Sean the Puritan Endut! Hoch Hech!

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    Your link doesn't say anything of the sort.

    That adds up to about 3000 BC, which fits exactly in with what I just said.
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  23. Amaris

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    You’re being selective.

    https://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/horse/domesticating-horses/domestication-timeline

    https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/05/horse-domestication-dna-indo-european-science/

    Dogs.
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    tafkats That'll put marzipan in your pie plate, bingo! Moderator

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    I love that we're rattling the saber against Canada while sucking Kim Jong Un's cock.

    Makes me proud.
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  29. 14thDoctor

    14thDoctor Listen here, Jack

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    And declaring Vladimir Putin more trustworthy than the FBI, CIA, and DOJ. :async:
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    Dinner 2012 & 2014 Master Prognosticator

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    I agree that is not good but at the same time the US is legitimately trying to enforce its historic territorial claims.
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