"I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it" - Evelyn Beatrice Hall, in the book 'The Friends of Voltaire'

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Spudman619 Dec 20 2014, 11:09am says:

Coupled with the powers of Origin, my wallet was a mere Serbia to Steam's German Empire and Origin's Austria-Hungary.

-1 votes   media: Tis the season
Spudman619 Oct 18 2014, 2:58pm says:

The Emperor awakes from his dream, a single tear drops from his face and splashes upon the Golden Throne. He thinks to himself:


+8 votes   media: Looted Empra
Spudman619 Oct 17 2014, 1:27pm says:

Bagcat: One strike is all I need

+1 vote   media: Name*
Spudman619 Oct 4 2014, 4:01pm replied:



+3 votes   media: Hey, Scotty!
Spudman619 Jul 27 2014, 2:22pm says:

Hussar? Huzzah!

+2 votes   media: random find
Spudman619 Jun 17 2014, 5:36pm replied:

I made a stoopy. I should have put LT-40.

+2 votes   media: Guess the tank
Spudman619 Jun 17 2014, 5:21pm says:

Is it the LT vz. 40?

0 votes   media: Guess the tank
Spudman619 Jun 16 2014, 10:26am says:

Soon... we will retreat.

+9 votes   media: SOON.!
Spudman619 Jun 7 2014, 7:20pm says:

It doesn't look like a KV-VI at all - Blog.tankpedia.org

More like a bad photoshop attempt at one.

Also, according to the info in the linked image, no photos of the prototype or its remains actually exist.

+2 votes   media: Quiz
Spudman619 May 7 2014, 6:05pm replied:

much hate
very hostile
not wow

+2 votes   media: Batarian Dreadnought In-Game
Spudman619 Mar 21 2014, 3:06pm says:

I've never heard of this movement, so meh.

+1 vote   media: The Zeitgeist Movement
Spudman619 Mar 12 2014, 1:01pm replied:


Fixed it for you.

+1 vote   media: Ukraine - Shit Hitting The Fan
Spudman619 Mar 7 2014, 1:09pm replied:

Yeah, they've sent a destroyer, the USS Truxtun, to the Black Sea which is joining an aircraft carrier strike group and Turkey has scrambled jet fighters in response to Russian reconnaissance aircraft. There have been four, I think, F-15s sent to Lithuania.

The best result would be the withdrawal of Russian forces and a plebiscite held in Crimea under the supervision of impartial UN observers to guarantee that they are fair. No need for each side to continue the d*ck waving contest.

0 votes   media: Ukraine - Shit Hitting The Fan
Spudman619 Feb 7 2014, 11:13am says:

This debate gave my biology teacher depression.

+4 votes   media: Ken.. wut r u sayng? Stahp
Spudman619 Jan 29 2014, 6:36pm says:

My eyes... they burn. Must claw out... the pain

+5 votes   media: Retirement...
Spudman619 Jan 25 2014, 3:46pm says:

It depends really. If the protest is about something worthwhile, as those in the Ukraine and Turkey are, then it is more reasonable for them to increase in scale. Personally, I support the Ukrainian and Turkish protesters for reasons that I could write about for hours but shan't. Violence is not always right, but it sure as heck is expedient.

+1 vote   media: Protest
Spudman619 Jan 17 2014, 6:57pm replied:

Also out of curiosity, where about in Europe did you live if you don't mind my asking?

+2 votes   media: Lets Debate America
Spudman619 Jan 17 2014, 6:54pm replied:

I have no quibbles with what you've said save for the what happens in Europe doesn't affect America. It does. European nations are the US's staunchest allies. For example, in Iraq: Round 2, nations involved in the war from Europe include everyone from the UK and Italy to Estonia and Hungary. The second biggest contributor to said war was the UK with 46,000 troops. The US sent 165,000 roughly at peak. If these European countries did not contribute to Iraq, the US would likely have had to contribute more troops to this conflict leading to a bigger cost on its part. Not to mention the fact that, the last time I checked, only France was willing to trawl into Syria with the US, knocking out the additional European soldiers that were present in Iraq, as well as the blue water navy of the UK.

To factor economics into this, the US invests about three times more into EU nations than it does into all of Asia while the EU nations invest several times more into the US than they do into India and China combined. If, for whatever improbable reason, the USA and European nations become enemies politically or militarily, that's a lot of investment that's at risk of being wasted. Generally the two continents are inter-reliant on each other; the USA has massive military and economic power while Europe is the ally that ensures, so long as the politics is right, that America has the extra manpower, money and political support to drop large mounds of faeces on evil dictators or terrorists around the world and do so without major opposition from modern nations. The best example of this would be the Cold War, Europe was the equivalent of a 'swing state' if Western Europe were pro USSR, bearing in mind their international relations in the form of overseas territories and the Commonwealth of nations (a sorely underused political force), then it is more likely that the USSR would come out on top as world superpower.

+2 votes   media: Lets Debate America
Spudman619 Jan 17 2014, 2:03pm replied:

I should add, the USA most certainly does not deserve the terror attacks from militant muslims just as Britain did not deserve the 7/7 bombing, Lee Rigby most certainly did not deserve the cowardly attack he suffered, Denmark did not deserve the attempts to sabotage its economy after an image of muhammad was drawn and published and the Indians didn't deserve to have bombs placed under vehicles in Orissa intending to blow up police officers.

+2 votes   media: Lets Debate America
Spudman619 Jan 17 2014, 1:48pm says:

My history teacher was in New York and was asked by a waiter, once he realised he was British, 'Well, d'you want us in or out buddy?'. We had a discussion as a group in class, only 3 of us including my teacher, and we decided that we'd sooner have the USA involving itself and leading to positive change through unrefined means (see the removal of dictator Saddam Hussein; it was positive but involved the false WMD Iraq, or Afghanistan; some good work is being done but the people we're leaving in control of the country are unpopular dirtbags). Anyhow, my personal dislike for the United States is the relative lack of education of the people there. I have been to the US, more specifically New York. I was asked by several people where I was from due to my rather unusual (or sexy) refined English accent. Anyhow, most of the comments were rather silly. Things like "Why don't you just invade France and finish the rivalry once and for all?", "What's it like having a Queen rule the country instead of a proper government?" and probably the golden one; "Why don't you let Scotland be independent? I mean, they practically are already!"

This sort of lack of aware of other nations and their politics grates on me. I make it my job to know about Europe. I can name every country in it, west to east and their capitals. On top of that, I am aware of American politics and can name a fair number of states. I also know about American history as well as European. While most Americans on here act civilly and are intelligent, there are plenty who believe the USA can do no wrong and has shouldered every burden alone throughout history. That's why I have a slight distaste for the USA.

+2 votes   media: Lets Debate America
Spudman619 Jan 9 2014, 3:34pm replied:

Boris: They're so kawaii!

+2 votes   media: Snorkeling™ Tiger
Spudman619 Jan 4 2014, 4:37pm says:

I'm glad to see that no one is surprised by this. "Oh you have 'insert object America wants or doesn't want others to have/use', only way to deal with that is superior firepower. Not like we have diplomats right?"

+1 vote   media: United States Voted Biggest Threat To World Peace
Spudman619 Dec 4 2013, 6:30pm replied:

Do you... do you hear the voices too? The voices talking.. ABOUT RELIGION!?

+2 votes   media: Are Atheist Persecuted?
Spudman619 Dec 4 2013, 4:02pm replied:

Save me please. My atheism forces me to debate but every inch of my brain tells me that all the religious and non religious folk are arguing over is which side of the Titanic to jump over.

+4 votes   media: Are Atheist Persecuted?
Spudman619 Dec 3 2013, 4:18pm replied:

Also, it wasn't just the religious that were targeted; the overall death toll is placed between 40,000 to 100,000, of which only 6,832 were members of the clergy. The following White Terror, which killed between 150,000 to 400,000 targeted any opposition to the Right Wing victors which included Atheists, Generals, Intelligentsia and political leaders who had supported the Madrid government. So overall, lots of people died but it was for political reasons. I have yet to find a mention of it being atheist driven.

+2 votes   media: Is there such thing as a militant atheist?
Spudman619 Dec 3 2013, 3:54pm replied:

You would be correct in assuming that I haven't heard of this. However some quick research suggests that the Church and religious were targeted by Left Wing rioters as the Church supported the Right Wing. So far I have not found any mention of Atheism. However, the link you provided only goes to Chapter 5 so I'll have to look a bit deeper for the full story.

+2 votes   media: Is there such thing as a militant atheist?
Spudman619 Dec 3 2013, 5:44am says:

Definition of militant as an adjective: adjective

adjective: militant


favouring confrontational or violent methods in support of a political or social cause.

So yes there are militant atheists in the sense that we can be quite confrontational but there are none/very few who use violent methods. The last time I heard about an atheist flying a plane into a building was..um.. never, while radical militant muslims did that in 2001. The last time atheists tried to plunder the Middle East was... again never yet we've all heard of the Crusades right? So yes, atheism can be verbally militant but has never, as to my knowledge, been physically and violently militant.

0 votes   media: Is there such thing as a militant atheist?
Spudman619 Sep 12 2013, 1:39pm says:

One thing America has going for it is Allies. The Russians ****** off a lot off people by being ******** and occupying their nations in the Cold War. America was all 'FREEDOM, YEAH!' which kinda won people over.

+2 votes   media: Syrian War: Could it be the beginning of WWIII?
Spudman619 Sep 12 2013, 1:37pm replied:

Those lies of WMDs were scarier than 'Oh Assad's gassing civvies. Been there done that in 1914-18'

+1 vote   media: Syria
Spudman619 Jun 1 2013, 7:40pm says:

You should keep this. Deffo this

+2 votes   media: Gurdy's Skin
Spudman619 May 23 2013, 3:51pm says:

It's weird to say it wasn't an act of terroism really. They were spouting drivel about toppling the Government, shouting 'Allahu Akhbar(not sure of the spelling' and ,according to the news, were planning on killing responding police officers. They created fear and anger to push a political opinion (that of toppling the government and trying to get us to pull out of the mid-east). That is the definition of a terrorist act. It doesn't need bombs to be one. These individuals are scum. I'd love to see the look on their faces when their fellow prison inmates come knocking once they realise who they are.

+1 vote   media: Woolwich attack
Spudman619 May 19 2013, 10:41am says:

I don't believe America should just bull-rush them, we saw how well that worked out in Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. The international community should ignore them. If they make any threats of violence, we respond in kind. Not actual violence, just a bolstering of American/NATO/UN fleet presence and posting troops along the border to reassure South Korea and intimidate North Korea into submission. They're a small nation with 'little man syndrome'. Besides, China has already condemned several of NK's missile tests, so it seems likely that with time, China will become fed up of them.

+3 votes   media: North Korea
Spudman619 Jan 31 2013, 4:50am replied:

It's a Fallout 2 reference. I'm surprised nobody got it.

+1 vote   media: An old pic that I wanna share
Spudman619 Jan 27 2013, 3:11pm replied:

Well, technically.... its a thingy.

+1 vote   media: An old pic that I wanna share
Spudman619 Nov 14 2012, 3:10pm replied:

Yep, some Massachusetts colonists were puritans that had been kicked out of England for being too religious.

+1 vote   media: United States Theocracy
Spudman619 Jun 17 2012, 4:52pm says:

That soldier is thinking 'Wow I'm such a troll'.

+1 vote   media: Kriegs
Spudman619 May 23 2012, 10:54am says:

Hang on a sec... *blinks*... this isn't the film!

+11 votes   media: The Gates of Argonath
Spudman619 Mar 27 2012, 3:35pm says:

Very minor but the Corporal Degnan/Bearded British soldier is missing hands again... lol. But the brown battledress worn by the other soldiers also sort of comes through the white coat he has. Also on occasion, a halftrack upgraded with a .50 cal gunner will lose the gunner if a squad is removed from it. Minor I know, but every little helps right?

+1 vote   article: We need YOUR support!
Spudman619 Jan 7 2012, 6:20pm says:

Enigma Code Hackers. I lol'd.

+1 vote   media: europe acording to Germany
Spudman619 Jul 9 2010, 10:50am says:

It's great what people can do with an idea and a little motivation.

+1 vote   media: Isengard Preview
Spudman619 Jul 8 2010, 4:07pm says:

Yes, they are the citadel guard.

+1 vote   media: Gondor
Spudman619 Jul 8 2010, 3:51pm says:

Damn they look great. Gonna download the full mod on saturday as it is a big *** download.

+2 votes   media: Dunedain Rangers
Spudman619 Feb 28 2010, 4:28am says:

Not really.

+1 vote   media: OG-9 Homing Spider Droid
Spudman619 Feb 22 2010, 12:31pm says:

Wow wow wowy!

+1 vote   media: Space Battles
Spudman619 Feb 22 2010, 12:29pm says:

I agree with Okatakio. Both sides look great. The only problem is who to play as first?

+1 vote   media: Coruscant Battle Redux
Spudman619 Feb 17 2010, 10:59am says:

Reminds me of a certain film.

+1 vote   media: Geonosis Battle
Spudman619 Feb 8 2010, 2:59pm says:

Just like the films!!!!!!!

+1 vote   media: Raw Development Images
Spudman619 Dec 4 2013, 3:58pm replied:

It does. You said, and I quote, 'It's their belief that religion is wrong and belief in God is wrong. They persecute on that basis.' I've just addressed that issue by saying, 'Actually, you're wrong, they targeted religion because it was a threat to the stranglehold of their dictatorship.'

+2 votes   media: Are Atheist Persecuted?
Spudman619 Dec 4 2013, 3:49pm replied:

Which image would that be? The cow-f**ker one? Because that insult has nothing to do with race. It is, however, highly insulting to the religion of Hinduism. If it is something else that I missed during my brief absence, then I apologise.

0 votes   media: Are atheists persecuted and oppressed?
Spudman619 Dec 4 2013, 1:08pm replied:

America is officially a secular state (though religion does have an impact on politics) while the UK is classed as ambiguous as in religion play no official role in the state save for traditional ceremony. Therefore those examples are rather null.

+2 votes   media: Are Atheist Persecuted?
Spudman619 Dec 4 2013, 12:53pm replied:

Just to add; religion was seen as a symbol of the old and widely disliked Russian Empire, hence why it wasn't quite as effective a method of rallying the people.

+4 votes   media: Are Atheist Persecuted?
Spudman619 Dec 4 2013, 12:51pm replied:

They enforce this for the same reason that Stalin did. It's not in the name of Atheism but, rather, because the Church, Synagogue, Mosque and any other religious institution provides an alternate method of leadership and thought than that of their dictator in charge; be it Stalin or Kim Jong. This alternate source of leadership would teach that a God(s) are a power above the dictator which threatens the system as people would fear hell more than the firing squad. Keeping people's fears down to Earth keeps their perceived leader as the one on planet Earth.

+2 votes   media: Are Atheist Persecuted?
Spudman619 Dec 4 2013, 12:44pm replied:

Two can play at that game: Indonesian muslims call for an Atheist civil servant to be beheaded-http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/archive/calls-to-behead-indonesian-atheist-alexander-aan/
Also, the USSR attacked the Church in the name of their communist ideology as it provided an alternative teaching and leadership to Comrade Stalin and was a symbol of the old and hated Russian Empire. Edit: How do you post HTMLs as links like that? I know that makes me sound stupid.

0 votes   media: Are atheists persecuted and oppressed?
Spudman619 Dec 4 2013, 12:39pm replied:

I'm not a fan of the censorship either but it has nothing to do with racism. From what I've heard it was because the comments were turning trollerific and angry. Anyhow, racism hasn't, isn't and never will be tolerated in the Atheist community and group on ModDB.

0 votes   media: Are atheists persecuted and oppressed?
Spudman619 Dec 4 2013, 12:32pm replied:

Only someone whose argument is collapsing brings up the race card.

+5 votes   media: Exterminatus
Spudman619 Dec 3 2013, 4:06pm says:


+7 votes   media: .
Spudman619 Dec 2 2013, 5:09pm replied:


+4 votes   media: Militant Atheism
Spudman619 Dec 2 2013, 4:38pm replied:

I would say that its 'Atheist Extremism' as Evanp hasn't called for anti-Hindu militias to be formed or anything. Still, the comment is a low blow.

+1 vote   media: Militant Atheism
Spudman619 Nov 29 2013, 11:23am says:

Poor Eesti :(

+10 votes   media: Poor Estonia
Spudman619 Nov 28 2013, 4:09am replied:

I'm going in, cover me Porkins.

+8 votes   media: Cerberus supremacy
Spudman619 Nov 27 2013, 4:36am replied:

I think he may have been making a jab about immigration...

+2 votes   media: ZTZ-99
Spudman619 Nov 24 2013, 4:09pm says:

Anyone want a 40% off voucher for Company of Heroes 2 on Steam? Let me know if you do.

+1 vote   group: Tank Lovers Group
Spudman619 Nov 23 2013, 4:43pm says:

Does anyone want a 40% off voucher for Company of Heroes 2 on Steam? It's valid until december the 4th. Let me know if you do.

+1 vote   group: Atheists, Agnostics, and Anti-theists of ModDB
Spudman619 Nov 21 2013, 12:52pm says:

Ah I see, immigration in the shadow, yes, but economy in the bucket.

+1 vote   media: some errors show thre truth
Spudman619 Nov 21 2013, 12:49pm replied:

I hope you tell that to the christian page, unity of beliefs page and the I love Islam page because, discrimination is bad m'kay?

+4 votes   group: Atheists, Agnostics, and Anti-theists of ModDB
Spudman619 Sep 29 2013, 4:39pm replied:

There's a larger hole in this image, literally right behind the gun for it to protrude through, its visible in the centre-right of the square.

-2 votes   media: Т-72S for Urban Combat
Spudman619 Sep 29 2013, 4:37pm replied:

WHAT IS THIS BLASPHEMY?!?! Its Swedish, not Finnish, though they could use them, I'm not sure.

+2 votes   media: What is that tank ?
Spudman619 Sep 27 2013, 5:50pm replied:

I was simply pointing out to rkraptor07 the reasoning behind sparkranpant's comment. No need to get all facts and statistics on me. *pulls the 'look out we got a badass over here pose'*

-2 votes   media: Т-72S for Urban Combat
Spudman619 Sep 27 2013, 5:44pm replied:

None better in terms of getting things done, but surely he could have been nicer about it.

+2 votes   media: Karl Marx Quote
Spudman619 Sep 26 2013, 5:06pm replied:

The pintle mounted gun should be poking through the shield, not with the shield to its back.

-1 votes   media: Т-72S for Urban Combat
Spudman619 Sep 26 2013, 5:03pm replied:

Those butterfingers of his just can't keep a hold of it.

+2 votes   media: Because God loves money.
Spudman619 Sep 25 2013, 2:42pm says:

Its pretty damn good. But erm, technically, the Centurion was the first MBT by about a year.

+2 votes   media: The legend.
Spudman619 Sep 18 2013, 6:49pm replied:

True that.

+1 vote   media: Obama's Downfall
Spudman619 Dec 20 2014, 11:12am replied:

Or would that be so low? [crisis intensifies]

+1 vote   media: Netherlands
Spudman619 Dec 20 2014, 11:04am says:

Josh Feuerstein is one of the few people that I genuinely hate. As in like, I want to smack him with a bible so hard that he would be able to feel the wrath that God released against Sodom and Gomorrah. I'm ok with feeling like that.

+1 vote   media: Science disproves that Science can Science
Spudman619 Dec 19 2014, 8:57am replied:

I'm with you. Polandball comics are supposed to satirise historical and political events, with some mocking stereotypes. They've devolved into 'I FIGURED OUT PAINT HUEHUE EUROFGT AMERIFAT!!111ONE!!'

+2 votes   media: have some humor
Spudman619 Dec 16 2014, 7:30am says:

The Commissar embraced the Farseer. For a moment, time seemed to slow. Everything was perfect in this burning, corrupt world. He leaned forwards and spoke into her pointed ear...


+2 votes   media: Heresy
Spudman619 Dec 6 2014, 8:26am says:

They see me rolling
They hating
Trying to catch me slyly purging

+8 votes   media: Dec6th
Spudman619 Dec 5 2014, 3:35pm replied:

Also, if they are Finnish;

You see Juhani
when wear armour like mine
soviets never shoot you for fear of detach Kola peninsula

+3 votes   media: observe...
Spudman619 Dec 5 2014, 3:57am replied:

So instead of Vladimir, it should be something like Juhani or Matti. Those are Finnish names right?

+3 votes   media: observe...
Spudman619 Nov 28 2014, 3:46pm says:


+3 votes   media: Nov28th
Spudman619 Nov 28 2014, 3:32pm replied:

Well if you're white, chances are that some old ancestor of yours was. REJOICE COLONIAL.

+3 votes   media: Ferguson & Racism
Spudman619 Nov 25 2014, 6:42pm says:

The Holy Babble

+7 votes   media: bbebel
Spudman619 Nov 18 2014, 3:05pm replied:

I use internet explorer. *grabs popcorn*

+4 votes   media: Come on and choose one!
Spudman619 Nov 18 2014, 3:04pm says:

Yo dawg I heard you like war, so I put a tank in yo military truck so yo can drive to war, while yo drive to war!

+6 votes   media: Comrades
Spudman619 Nov 18 2014, 3:01pm says:

Then it reveals that in place of a main gun there is simply... a giant plunger.

+6 votes   media: Poland can into tanks !
Spudman619 Nov 11 2014, 11:57am says:

I'm at University and can yet again confirm this to be 100% true. Of course, this all occurs while you're on fire since you're in hell as we've already established by my previous confirmation: Moddb.com

+2 votes   media: have some humor
Spudman619 Nov 6 2014, 4:25pm replied:

You'll need to drive me closer first.

+4 votes   media: Blood Pact
Spudman619 Nov 2 2014, 3:03pm says:

Their faces look more like troll faces than smiling. Perhaps they pulled a feat of tactical genius like hiding Fellblades in Fulgrim's locker.

+3 votes   media: Sanguinius and Horus, Laughing?
Spudman619 Nov 2 2014, 2:59pm says:

*Gets charged by local PDF*

*Dies horribly in melee*

+3 votes   media: Would you join the greater good?
Spudman619 Oct 30 2014, 8:27pm says:

'Don't worry kiddo, I'll be home soon. If not, you know that you can find me by the Emperor's side.'

+8 votes   media: Memory
Spudman619 Sep 29 2014, 6:33pm says:

I always love how the Scots complain about the rest of the UK. Even though Scottish MPs get to make decisions about England and English MPs don't get to make decisions about Scotland unless its a national decision that affects everyone.

+5 votes   media: have some humor
Spudman619 Sep 26 2014, 9:49am says:

Russia reminds me of the Ottoman Empire around WW1. It was the weakest of all the Empires but it was still a force to be reckoned with. It had little power projection outside of its sphere of influence and control, but the power it did have was fairly substantial.

I would say that Russia is more powerful than that. Maybe more close to Austria-Hungary. Definitely not the weakest, but definitely not the strongest either and it lacked the ability to project its power globally in any serious manner, though its control in a local area was significant.

+4 votes   media: Is Russia A Second Class Power?
Spudman619 Sep 25 2014, 3:49pm replied:

Because they wouldn't be able to afford free prescriptions and University (amongst other things) without the extra £2 billion they have spent on them, sourced from the rest of the UK?

+1 vote   media: have some humor
Spudman619 Sep 15 2014, 3:45pm says:

It seems that Gandhi has developed nukes.

+4 votes   media: Civilization V actual gameplay footage
Spudman619 Sep 10 2014, 1:44pm says:

I reckon we'll see new members and associate states come along pretty soon. As for its mission? It'll stay the same. Defence against whatever 'other' attacks them. What will change is who that other is. Currently that 'other' is potentially Russia.

I do think, however, that NATO will become pretty Eurocentric again.

+4 votes   media: NATO
Spudman619 Aug 21 2014, 6:47am says:

Was Ken Ham there? Nope

+4 votes   media: Hen Kam
Spudman619 Jul 5 2014, 7:54pm says:

It seems to be a fatal case of upside-down-in-a-ditch syndrome.

+4 votes   media: I wonder what they will do with it....
Spudman619 Jul 5 2014, 7:50pm says:

Don't tease with the description and then provide a bush. We've been through this before. We're not botanists, we're tank lovers.

+3 votes   media: Tanks
Spudman619 Jul 5 2014, 7:49pm says:

'Dose Yankees and zeir messing around mit die space time continuum. GOTT VERDAMMT!'

+14 votes   media: Panzer IV
Spudman619 Jun 19 2014, 11:27am replied:

Thanks for the link. I'm an ever so slightly authoritarian leftist to the point where I might as well just be neutral.

Oh well.

+1 vote   media: Political Compasses
Spudman619 Jun 11 2014, 2:54pm says:

Public Service Announcement: the Spanish Verdeja has a turret inspired by the Panzer 1 and a hull based on the Vickers 6 ton/T-26 tanks.

+2 votes   media: Tank Guess
Spudman619 Jun 10 2014, 12:27pm replied:

I didn't mean hacking wise. I meant how incompetent they are with connecting to the citizens of the web.

+1 vote   media: Russia's Troll Army
Spudman619 Jun 10 2014, 12:26pm replied:

We only bombed it when things got rather messy. You know, ethnic cleansing messy. And as part of a UN task force I should add.

0 votes   media: Russia's Troll Army
Spudman619 Jun 9 2014, 2:13pm replied:

I think that's the joke about the internet accounts; Russia has very little idea of what its doing or how to do it.

+2 votes   media: Russia's Troll Army
Spudman619 Jun 9 2014, 1:45pm replied:

Damn right. Its like 'Here, we have sweets and ice cream and chocolate and fudge. That'll cost your soul please.'

+2 votes   media: Russia's Troll Army
Spudman619 Jun 9 2014, 6:00am replied:

I tend to avoid Wikipedia because of everybody's lack of trust in it. And when it comes to the media, the best you can do is check more than one news outlet to see if they are generally in agreement.

I'm still against Russia occupying Crimea. For the same reasons I would be against India, Pakistan, Poland or Romania occupying London; just because people who share the ethnicity of your nation's majority live in an area in large numbers, does not give you the right to occupy that area. I would understand if the Ukrainians had willingly given up Crimea but they haven't.

Russia's actions are in direct violation of the Budapest Memorandum, which they signed. They are in the wrong. There is no way around it.

+2 votes   media: Russia's Troll Army
Spudman619 Jun 8 2014, 9:48am replied:

But that hasn't happened until Russian troops marched into Crimea. If you can provide some evidence from relatively neutral sources, I'm willing to change my view.

Edit: I just searched various terms equating to 'anti-Russian, Ukraine'. The only stuff that came up is related to the events that the occupation of Crimea sparked off. Also, about the EU; f*ck it. I hate it. It needs gone and gone quick. Rebuild it properly from the ground up with nations joining based on the people's votes.

+3 votes   media: Russia's Troll Army
Spudman619 Jun 7 2014, 4:20pm replied:

You know, a group of Sudeten Germans were killed by Czech border police in 1939. Those poor Sudeten Germans were helped out by a really nice Austrian called Hitler.

The point is that anyone can claim that they are helping an ethnic group in a neighbouring country. Truth is, that group doesn't need help; its an excuse to land grab from a neighbouring sovereign nation.

Put it this way; if there was a revolution in Romania, would it be acceptable for Hungary to invade? After all, there are a large amount of Hungarians and Szekely Hungarians living in Central and Western Romania.

Also, the Russians are not 'fighting for their lives' nor do they make up half of Ukraine's population. They make up about seventeen percent of the population according to a 2001 census.

+3 votes   media: Russia's Troll Army
Spudman619 Jun 6 2014, 4:44pm says:

I called this shiz right at the start. I mean, there's no way that people could genuinely believe that Ukraine was run by Nazis and that Stalin was a 'true friend of the people, a role that Putin is trying to take on'.

To be quite frank, its rather pathetic. I expected more from you Russia.

+2 votes   media: Russia's Troll Army
Spudman619 May 29 2014, 7:25pm replied:

True. I guess I'll have to give the PC versions a try. I do agree with the plot thing though. It was a bit... ramshackle.

+1 vote   media: E3 2014
Spudman619 May 29 2014, 4:02pm replied:

I should clarify; awful combat=having to mash the attack button for standard attacks. It actually hurt after a while due to the large health amounts and multiple waves. I could deal with those issues if I had the Origins 'select enemy to continuously deliver standard attacks to it'.

+1 vote   media: E3 2014
Spudman619 May 29 2014, 3:50pm replied:

Mashing the attack button was pretty awful. I think it may lead to arthritis in my later life.

+1 vote   media: E3 2014
Spudman619 May 28 2014, 11:32am says:

I don't particularly care anymore. Most of the franchises I enjoy have collapsed under their own success. Mass Effect 3's cop out ending, Dragon Age 2's awful combat, constant re-hashing of Call of Duty and Elder Scrolls:Online+monthlypayments. Need I mention the issue's with launch date Rome 2, some of which still persist as well as the buy factions DLC.

While not necessarily bad games, they've lost the features that I particularly enjoyed about them. Now I just wait for bargains on Steam rather than keep up to date with new releases.

+3 votes   media: E3 2014
Spudman619 May 15 2014, 4:25am says:

Government regulation would prevent the low grade stuff with god awful chemical mixtures. Of course, if it were to be legalised, it should be used in moderation as long term regular use may cause paranoia and make an individual more prone to schizophrenia. Also, rules about things like driving under the influence should be updated if it does get legalised... CLOSE DEM LOOPHOLES.

Source: British Psychology Curriculum

+1 vote   media: War on Weed
Spudman619 May 15 2014, 4:22am says:


+5 votes   media: Suck A Dick, Prevent Abortion
Spudman619 May 13 2014, 7:00pm replied:

I was trying to address it in relation to war, particularly how it propagates them rather than starting them. That does not diminish your point though. It is true after all.

+2 votes   media: Is the Bible pro life?
Spudman619 May 13 2014, 12:40pm replied:

(continue) Ultimately, its unfair to say Hitler was completely Christian or completely not Christian, due to his occult and pagan views influencing him in his later years. However, the Catholic church did play a role in assisting Hitler. Dissolution of the Catholic centre party at the Church's behest helped the Nazi's gain a majority in the Reichstag. The church also ordered the celebration of his birthday and the infamous Nazi/Fascist escape plan codenamed Ratlines was committed by Catholics.

Oh and, in case you think I'm a closet Nazi, my copy of Mein Kampf is purely for University study. Just a quick disclaimer.

+1 vote   media: Is the Bible pro life?
Spudman619 May 13 2014, 12:19pm replied:

(continue) How can our images be anti-free thinking? Allowing people to post whatever in relation to the group's topic and within the boundaries of the site's rules are about as open as you can get. Again, early images I can't account for as I stated previously.

The Hitler wasn't a Christian is an interesting point that I partially share. He was born a Roman Catholic in Austria, a trait most Austrian's shared with him. Most of the Nazi party were Catholic too. Indeed, evidence of this can be seen in Mein Kampf (Hence today I believe that I am acting in accordance with the will of the Almighty Creator: by defending myself against the Jew, I am fighting for the work of the Lord) and in various speeches (such as on from 1922, a bit long to post here but an excerpt should do;'As a Christian I have no duty to allow myself to be cheated, but I have the duty to be a fighter for truth and justice, and if there is anything which could demonstrate that we are acting rightly it is the distress that daily grows. For as a Christian I have also a duty to my own people').

While initially a Christian, it was not necessarily his primary reason for his disdain of Jews. The Catholic church had propagated anti-Semitism for some time. This propagation likely influenced Hitler and Catholic Nazis along with the common people, but a belief in a supreme race of Germanic people was the prime reason for this hatred of Gypsies, Slavs and Jews.

While he was a Roman Catholic in at least the early days, he did develop a sort of paganism that he integrated into some aspects of ideology. Of note is the appointment of neo-pagan Alfred Rosenberg as the official Nazi ideologist.

+1 vote   media: Is the Bible pro life?
Spudman619 May 13 2014, 12:06pm replied:

I can agree with you on the whole Christianity causing wars thing. Because, to be frank, while it has been used to propagate or influence war, most wars have been over territory or resources or because they just can be fought.

I haven't actually ever condemned HinduMan. I've criticised and disagreed with his methods, but I have never said 'Stop Hinduman, you're awful' or words to that effect. If I've come across that way then I apologise.

On the causing offense front, I share the opinion of Stephen Fry;
'It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more... than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so ******* what."
I see no reason to respect your religion. But mocking religion is different to mocking people. While I can't account for ALL the images on the page, due to having not always been a member and having taken a 2 or 3 year break from moddb, that is the general trend in the images.

+2 votes   media: Is the Bible pro life?
Spudman619 May 13 2014, 5:47am says:

I have to say that I agree with this idea. While that is not to say the Crusaders are innocent of any wrongdoing. We generally consider the Allies to be the 'good guys' but was Dresden, Hamburg, Cologne etc. necessary? No side is fully free of guilt, rather, it is generally little bit more right on one side than the other. In this case, the Crusaders, at least at first, were fighting to help their Spanish and French brothers and aid their Orthodox cousins in Byzantium. A short look at what happened in the time afterwards can show you what the Turks tried to do and nearly achieved. After swallowing Byzantium, they pushed through Southern Europe and very nearly took Central Europe. They were stopped at Hungary only due to a coalition of Hungary, HRE, Poland and other forces.

You cannot fully absolve the Turks of guilt, just as you cannot say that the only reason radical muslims today kill people is because of the Western World.

+1 vote   media: The Holy Crusades
Spudman619 May 13 2014, 5:38am replied:

What you call garbage is satire and comedy. We make light humour out of religion because we can and we find it funny. Unlike you, we don't post images with questions intended to incite a flame war or to discredit the character of individuals that belong to a certain group.

As for the topic, you could see the bible as pro life, but due to the lack of abortions back around the time period that the bible was written and inspired from, chances are there is no specific message as there wasn't much of a choice except for hoping that you don't die in childbirth.

+2 votes   media: Is the Bible pro life?
Spudman619 May 7 2014, 6:08pm replied:

*jaw drops*

+2 votes   media: Now that's quite true..
Spudman619 Apr 27 2014, 6:00pm replied:

I wasn't saying you were, I was explaining that those you claim are being 'bashed' are usually bashed because they do that. I apologise for not being clear, it wouldn't let me edit my post.

+1 vote   media: The Old Age Argument
Spudman619 Apr 25 2014, 4:55pm replied:


This provides basic, average and high levels of overview on the state of scientific consensus regarding global warming.

Also, the 3% are usually not bashed, just looked at with disbelief and then presented with evidence. Also, this 'bashed on' and 'absolute truth' thing. Science does this thing called weighing up the evidence. In this case the evidence points to human contribution of global warming.
If you fly in the face of all the evidence and sing 'la la la' with your fingers in your ears and your eyes closed, as the 3% generally do, then expect to be ridiculed to an extent.

+1 vote   media: The Old Age Argument
Spudman619 Apr 24 2014, 6:25pm replied:

I don't get why people don't accept it. I understand people arguing over the rate of it occurring but the principle is simple really; humans burn stuff. Burning stuff releases CO2. Sun rays enter through the atmosphere to the Earth's surface which warms the Earth. Normally most heat would be radiated away from the Earth. CO2 blocks some of this. Extra CO2 means more heat blocked and re-radiated to Earth. Thus the Earth heats up more. Of course, other gases also contribute such as; methane, nitrous oxide and CFCs.

+2 votes   media: The Old Age Argument
Spudman619 Apr 15 2014, 7:09pm says:

I'm surprised nobody thinks that telling/ordering/forcing if necessary the Russians to leave and then having UN observers from neutral member states observe referendums in the Crimea region would be a good idea. That way, according to Putin's statements, everyone would win. The Russians would get Crimea and the rest of the concerned parties would be satisfied that everything was done fairly. Best way to avoid war.

+1 vote   media: Eastern Ukraine
Spudman619 Apr 15 2014, 6:46pm says:

"Its like, if JFK came back, d'you think he'd want to see rifles everywhere, devoted in his name you know?" - Jesus Christ on the topic of symbols while smoking a joint

+2 votes   media: Prosperity Cross - another useless amulet.
Spudman619 Apr 1 2014, 1:41pm says:


+3 votes   media: MBT HUE
Spudman619 Mar 29 2014, 3:09pm replied:

They also did this thing where every muslim was called to kill a guy who wrote a book they didn't like. And where they put gays to death and have virgins raped by veteran soldiers so they can be put to death for a crime that they are being punished for. Very bloody liberal.

+1 vote   media: Secularism
Spudman619 Mar 23 2014, 5:10pm replied:

I know its not in service, my point was that it is still a valid and usable tank. Jordan still uses them and is developing unmanned turrets for them. As far as I'm aware, there are also still some in storage in the UK, though not in active use. Also, the only countries that use or have used them are Jordan and the UK.

+2 votes   media: Challenger 1
Spudman619 Mar 22 2014, 4:55pm replied:

Its not even that outdated; its still very usable. Just older and not as good as the Challenger 2. Of course, its look is pretty damned classy.

+2 votes   media: Challenger 1
Spudman619 Mar 9 2014, 5:41pm says:

There are way too many issues that I hope will be addressed in the future to mention here.

I suppose my main point would be space exploration. I would like to see the human race building colonies on other planets and mining resources from any metal rich asteroids that we can. Also, renewable/nuclear energy usage would be nice too.

I'd probably be dead by the time any of this happens though though. Yay average life expectancy of 79 years.

+2 votes   media: Welcome to the Third Millenium
Spudman619 Feb 27 2014, 6:19pm says:

Jesus used bolt...
It was super effective!
Judas Iscariot fainted...

+4 votes   media: 50/50(100 chance of both)
Spudman619 Feb 24 2014, 3:22pm says:


*rocks back and forth lamenting England campaign on medieval 2*

+10 votes   media: *American secret first tank project*
Spudman619 Feb 22 2014, 1:01pm replied:

I concur.

+2 votes   media: Transhumanism
Spudman619 Feb 22 2014, 12:33pm says:

Someone made a typo. Hebrew should be spelled Somerset; Mirror.co.uk

+1 vote   media: Flood - fairy tales
Spudman619 Feb 20 2014, 6:50pm says:

Pascal's new wager; buy an iron chariot.
God isn't real? You had a fun ride on a chariot while subjugating enemies!
God is real? You can beat him!

+3 votes   media: How to defeat God...
Spudman619 Feb 18 2014, 4:51pm says:

Well, if you consider...
I mean if you just...
Because the...
Scientific studies have...

Too much stupid to answer, brain hurts

+9 votes   media: Facepalm time (view original)
Spudman619 Jan 23 2014, 3:46pm replied:

An arrow to the knee being Nordic slang for getting married.

The more you know.

+9 votes   media: Skyrim Guard
Spudman619 Jan 22 2014, 3:34pm replied: +1 vote   media: Conspiracy Theories
Spudman619 Jan 21 2014, 4:22pm replied:

Check out this guy:


Advocate of reptilian shape shifting royal families that rule the world. However, he does show symptoms of schizophrenia so he might be excused...

+1 vote   media: Conspiracy Theories
Spudman619 Jan 20 2014, 7:12pm replied:

I agree with you on this. Also, slightly related, I read somewhere that an advocate of a 9/11 conspiracy mysteriously tripped over and was assisted by several firemen only to trip again and smash his face on a curb. Poor guy, he was lucky that the emergency services were there to help *wink, wink, nudge, nudge*

+1 vote   media: Conspiracy Theories
Spudman619 Jan 19 2014, 5:07pm says:

This should be followed with "Your fossils/foods are biased!"

+2 votes   media: Evidence
Spudman619 Jan 18 2014, 6:27pm says:

I dunno, lol.

+1 vote   media: Central Banking/Federal Reserve
Spudman619 Jan 15 2014, 7:26pm replied:

I couldn't give two hoots about religious imagery in public places. As long as its not funded by the government of course. Just as I wouldn't want my tax-pounds to purchase a statue of any cult or pseudo-religion. If the statue has private funding and permission to be constructed then fair enough. Of course, if its ridiculous like a carved limestone statue of Jesus with a massive dong poking the Flying Spaghetti Monster in the face with it, then I'll have to protest.

+1 vote   media: Satanic statue in Oklahoma
Spudman619 Jan 15 2014, 4:51pm replied:

Hear, hear

+1 vote   media: How did existence and the universe come to be?
Spudman619 Jan 14 2014, 4:35pm replied:

Thomas. Thomas the Tank.

+13 votes   media: Leopard 2A4 Modernization
Spudman619 Jan 12 2014, 11:58am says:

The Atheist's view on life should be more 'Hey, I'm alive. I don't think there's a God. I'm going to live my life as I want as best as I can. Without being a c*nt and while obeying my nation's laws. Basically like every other motherf**ker but without God or religion. Sound.'

+4 votes   media: Interesting
Spudman619 Jan 5 2014, 11:32am replied:

Hold my watch and beer me do this...

+4 votes   media: They see me rollin'...
Spudman619 Jan 1 2014, 12:03pm says:

'This is Mission Control Cat to Atheist Cat, I need your report, over.'

'Atheist Cat to Mission Control Cat, I see no Ceiling Cat up here,over.'

+6 votes   media: Atheist Cat
Spudman619 Dec 31 2013, 7:03pm replied:

'Hit me with those laser beams'-Dying Clone Trooper

+9 votes   media: Happy new year !
Spudman619 Dec 7 2013, 6:00pm replied:

I'm glad I'm not the only one here. I mean, create a botany page for bushes.

+3 votes   media: Charging out of the woods.
Spudman619 Dec 7 2013, 12:30pm says:

Tank lovers group, not bush lovers group. I thought we'd been over this already.

+19 votes   media: Charging out of the woods.
Spudman619 Dec 6 2013, 7:02pm replied:

You know you feel the same.

+2 votes   group: Free Debate Community
Spudman619 Dec 6 2013, 5:13pm replied:

And I like you.

+3 votes   group: Free Debate Community
Spudman619 Dec 6 2013, 12:33pm replied:

Ahhh... Mr Brick Wall, we meet again.

+6 votes   group: Free Debate Community
Spudman619 Dec 4 2013, 4:12pm replied:

On that we can agree. Religious based hate speech is, although not race driven, a low thing to comment about.

0 votes   media: Are atheists persecuted and oppressed?
Spudman619 Jun 25 2013, 5:16pm says:

Screw NATO air superiority.

+12 votes   media: Russia Superior
Spudman619 Jun 23 2013, 5:15pm replied:

Yeah, I actually searched burger tank. You wouldn't believe what I found.

+1 vote   media: MBT-2A1 Prowler
Spudman619 Jun 22 2013, 7:28pm says:

Ah yes, the Centurion design used to prtotype the Chieftain. Makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

+3 votes   media: Guess that tank
Spudman619 Jun 21 2013, 11:49am replied:

We... we should take away their metuhl bawkses.

+3 votes   media: Pz38(t)
Spudman619 Jun 8 2013, 2:49pm replied:

Asking that is like asking why bread is on the ingredients list of a sandwich.

+1 vote   media: Nato tanks in W:ALB
Spudman619 Jun 6 2013, 7:19pm replied:

Das ist ein panzer! Mein Gott in Himmel!

+1 vote   media: have some tanks
Spudman619 Jun 2 2013, 11:21am says:

Thing is, most christians won't be able to understand the point that the holy billboard is making.

+4 votes   media: Churches on Reason/Free-thinking
Spudman619 Jun 1 2013, 7:44pm says:

Doubt we would ever see a world government. I imagine unions of geographically close nations, much like NATO and the EU, would appear in time.

+6 votes   media: World Government
Spudman619 May 23 2013, 3:53pm replied:

Yeah, he was 'Known' to the police so was already suspected of beng capable of doing omething like this.

+1 vote   media: Woolwich attack
Spudman619 May 12 2013, 7:49am says:

How about grey for an asteroid. I imagine most asteroids would be colonised for mining reasons and the most common colour associated with metal is grey or silver. Just a thought. Other than that, pretty damn cool.

+2 votes   media: Planet Icons
Spudman619 May 12 2013, 7:44am says:

Looking good, man.

+3 votes   media: Updated Honvéd
Spudman619 May 7 2013, 12:55pm replied:

We have, but-mostly-I-Councilor-Sparatus- of-the-Turian-Hierarchy -who-even-are-the-other-two- I-would-prefer-working-with-a-Hanar -or-sweaty-Volus, have dismissed that claim.

+1 vote   media: Council Capital Shipyard
Spudman619 Mar 5 2013, 3:04pm replied:

Launch. Everything. Upload.wikimedia.org

+2 votes   media: Asteroid & Earth - collision course
Spudman619 Mar 5 2013, 11:29am says:

For god's sake, it's a fallen tree, not a bloody tank.

+13 votes   media: have some tanks
Spudman619 Mar 5 2013, 11:23am replied:

Commander Shepard, Alliance drag queen.

+2 votes   media: Cerberus Cruiser: Rebellion V2
Spudman619 Mar 5 2013, 11:22am says:

Sweet. This is making some nice progress.

+1 vote   media: Marder II camo net
Spudman619 Mar 1 2013, 6:11pm says:

Sweet Jesus. These are pretty beautiful.

+5 votes   media: New banners for 0.8
Spudman619 Feb 28 2013, 5:13pm replied:

We have failed, for the last time... *steps off edge of cliff*

+2 votes   media: have some tanks
Spudman619 Feb 27 2013, 11:09am says:

Looking good.

+1 vote   media: Marder II
Spudman619 Feb 25 2013, 12:28pm says:

Gentlemen, today is a sad day indeed. One of our brothers has lost his tank to those... things. Contact our allies and spread the word. Launch the nukes. All of them. May God have mercy on our souls.

+7 votes   media: have some tanks
Spudman619 Feb 24 2013, 3:42pm replied:

I'm glad someone has the sense to understand this. Most, but not all, people are just like OMG I KNOW IT'S NAME AND IT'S RUSSIAN SO IT MUST BE GOOD!!!1ONE!!!

+2 votes   media: T-72A
Spudman619 Feb 22 2013, 9:08am replied:

Tips, as in foreskin.

+3 votes   media: Tips
Spudman619 Feb 21 2013, 4:28pm replied:

I see what you did there.

+3 votes   media: Firepower.
Spudman619 Feb 21 2013, 10:28am says:


+5 votes   media: Church of Truth
Spudman619 Feb 19 2013, 3:27pm replied:

Maybe Mario with a trimmed 'stache and different clothes. Mother of god.

+3 votes   media: Mother Russia
Spudman619 Feb 13 2013, 10:53am says:

He sure seems to be compensating for something.

+2 votes   media: That's how you "ride" a tank!
Spudman619 Feb 13 2013, 10:51am replied:

Don't move, don't even blink, he can smell the movement.

+3 votes   media: Stupid Creationist pic
Spudman619 Feb 7 2013, 3:40pm replied:

What tank? All I see is an advertisement and some flags attached to tree branches while two men sit near the top of the tree.

+1 vote   media: Z-3 on track.
Spudman619 Jan 25 2013, 6:55pm replied:

You can purchase some for less than a brand new ford focus.

+2 votes   media: T-72M
Spudman619 Jan 19 2013, 4:27pm replied:

It DOES come with an inbuilt kettle though.

+7 votes   media: Challenger C2 CSP
Spudman619 Oct 30 2012, 11:55am says:

I don't even know...

+1 vote   media: Goldman Sachs o' Beat - Mr. Saxobeat spoof
Spudman619 Sep 21 2012, 7:25pm replied:

We Brits confuse the system even more by using Celsius and Miles (Mind 'splosion)!

+1 vote   media: Heres how Creationism works
Spudman619 Sep 7 2012, 7:05pm says:

In one night we have posted 30 pictures together. We truly love tanks.

+1 vote   media: UN Leclerc Tanks
Spudman619 Sep 7 2012, 6:03pm replied:

All tanks cower in fear at the sight of the all-father Willie.

+2 votes   media: Little Willie
Spudman619 Sep 7 2012, 6:01pm replied:

Because he is the father of all tanks, and as I said in the description, I see him to tank lovers as God is to Christians. Sometimes we need to be reminded of the origins of these machines that we love.

+2 votes   media: Little Willie
Spudman619 Sep 7 2012, 5:19pm replied:

I believe it is also true.

+2 votes   media: M60 Patton
Spudman619 Sep 7 2012, 4:58pm replied:

Much more devoted than the Scottish lol they may wear kilts while playin bagpipes but camel bagpipes! Nothing can beat that. Also, I must say that I respect a country that maintains good relations with it's neighbours, as you say your leader is indeed a wise man. We need more people like him in this modern age. Peace in our time is a noble cause.

+2 votes   media: M60 Patton
Spudman619 Sep 7 2012, 4:36pm replied:

That's probably another reason Challenger 2 sales are pending. ._. Darn Americans. Can't even sell military equipment without them muscling in. But seriously, I never realised Britain had quite as good relations with Oman. Wikileaks said Oman helped Britain get some British sailors realeased from Iran because it has sway with Iran politically. Also, I never knew there was an Omani camel backed bagpipe band. That is truly epic.

+2 votes   media: M60 Patton
Spudman619 Sep 7 2012, 4:26pm replied:

Yeah, copying the design of a recon tank and kitting it out for infantry support isn't gonna end well.

+2 votes   media: Tosan and its family.
Spudman619 Sep 7 2012, 4:21pm replied:

Last time I spoke with my Dad (He is a Logistical civilian contractor in the british army, former Royal Engineer) he said that Britain sold about 40 of them to Oman with further sales pending to be completed after the current economic crisis.

+2 votes   media: M60 Patton
Spudman619 Sep 7 2012, 4:05pm replied:

You're from Oman, judging by that? I thought Britain sold Chieftans and Challenger 1s to your country? But yes, your country has the rare honour of bearing Challenger 2s in it's arsenal.

+3 votes   media: M60 Patton
Spudman619 Sep 7 2012, 3:22am replied:

Yeah, I've read somewhere that the swelling of the shell often lead to the end of the barrel widening, creating a blunderbuss kind of shape, not as pronounced as that though.

+1 vote   media: Sheridan Light Tank
Spudman619 Jun 27 2012, 5:49am replied:

Can't tell if witty comment, or serious about purchase.

+2 votes   media: Young and Old alike
Spudman619 May 24 2012, 10:12am replied:

"Stop picking your bum, we're movin' out"

+6 votes   media: M3 Halftrack
Spudman619 Apr 26 2012, 12:28pm replied:

Aye, but I heard that because each crewman was from a different branch of the army (infantry for the mgs, engineers for driving, artillery men for cannons etc.) they often argued over who had the most authority leading to inefficiency etc.

+1 vote   media: A7Vs training. February, 1918
Spudman619 Jan 26 2012, 12:24pm says:

Tonight on 'COPS' we're rollin' in with the heavies!

+7 votes   media: Panzer III Police vehicle
Spudman619 Jul 9 2010, 2:06pm says:

What about them funny rhino things they use to pull battlewagons? Oh wait that's bfme2

+1 vote   media: Dwarves
Spudman619 Jul 9 2010, 11:00am says:

Who are they?

+1 vote   media: Gondor
Spudman619 Jul 8 2010, 4:07pm says:


+1 vote   media: Gondor
Spudman619 Feb 28 2010, 4:31am says:

rofl ysst

+1 vote   media: Sluis Van
Spudman619 Feb 22 2010, 12:40pm says:

This is so detailed that my computer may just grow legs and kick me square in the uhhh 'painful' area for downloading it!

+1 vote   media: Imperator-Class Star Destroyer Mk1
Spudman619 Feb 16 2010, 4:32pm says:

The cloaking device is great. Oh wait its an empty display.

+2 votes   media: Covenant display
Spudman619 Feb 16 2010, 3:35pm says:

Nice ship.

+1 vote   media: Republic Attack On Bestine
Spudman619 Feb 16 2010, 3:08pm says:

Nice touch that ship. Nice isn't good enough how about awesome?

+1 vote   media: RotM version 2 screenshots
Spudman619 Feb 16 2010, 2:48pm says:


+1 vote   media: Mesh Renders - Harrow Destroyer
Spudman619 Feb 9 2010, 1:01pm says:

:) great work

+1 vote   media: More Tiger II action
Spudman619 Feb 8 2010, 2:15pm says:

if his shields hold out then maybe he could

+1 vote   media: Various
Spudman619 Feb 8 2010, 2:11pm says:

he's gonna ram the flagship

+1 vote   media: Coruscant Battle Redux
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