Originally Posted by Montecresto;1062776442[B
My Great-Grandmother lived to 105-years old.
do you think that I'm going to let that old lady out-do me?
No frick'n way!
I plan on being here and doing whatever I have to do.
And kicking any young SOB who gets in my way down the road.
I own 3 different copies of it. Even stays on my night table. Its my bible.
The book is free online. Who would pay for it?
“Mein Kampf” is free.
If you can't find it, I have it. The nut who wrote it was inspired by his own work, he killed himself.
This kind of Nazi crap (and other extremist nonsense) always comes up when economies go bad.
And with western/Japanese economies barely growing despite massive government/central bank stimuli, world economies are stagnating which causes stupid/sick/desperate people to turn to extremism in politics.
Just wait until the central banks run out of bullets to shoot and economies start to collapse...this hate-based, isolationistic, blame-game politics will really take off (relatively speaking), imo.
And anyone that doubts it could happen in America, just remember the anti-terrorist paranoia that gripped her after 9/11 (some being justified but most not).
Last edited by DA60; 01-17-14 at 04:00 AM.
'What kind of sick and twisted toy factory is this?'
'We are all the sum of our tears. Too little and the ground is not fertile, and nothing can grow there. Too much, the best of us is washed away.'
"Better to be dead and cool, than alive and uncool."
Fake Controversy Alert: Hitler
A juicy story broke last week, the kind that makes savvy sub-editors salivate over potential Twitter-bait headlines.
It had been discovered that Hitler’s pre-war memoir Mein Kampf was a digital bestseller, leading to a global bout of media hand-wringing and pontificating. One excitable commentator even suggested it was a sign the second Holocaust was imminent.
The only problem with this story is that it’s not true. At all.