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    [–] Daily Discussion [2018-06-24] AxisFifa 6 points ago in soccer

    "Oi wheres ur TV license?"

    [–] Poland 0-1 Colombia - Mina 40' [2018 World Cup] AxisFifa 1 points ago in soccer

    Gotta hand it to him-just a step ahead of the Polish defense.

    [–] M. Wagué goal (Japan 1-[2] Senegal) 70' AxisFifa 9 points ago * (lasted edited 21 hours ago) in soccer

    HOW LONG SHOULD I WAIT BEFORE SEEING A DOCTOR? 4 HOURS?

    edit: droop

    [–] The Weekenders. AxisFifa 4 points ago in nostalgia

    I loved this show.

    [–] You sound like you're from London AxisFifa 124 points ago in BlackPeopleTwitter

    gotta get ur butter knife permit first

    [–] Match Thread: Nigeria vs Iceland [World Cup] AxisFifa 2 points ago in soccer

    No its just gonna set up a very intense match next week

    [–] Match Thread: Nigeria vs Iceland [World Cup] AxisFifa 11 points ago in soccer

    I had Musa on my bench in fantasy. Send your thoughts and prayers in the form of a cheque pls.

    [–] Match Thread: Nigeria vs Iceland [World Cup] AxisFifa 1 points ago in soccer

    Thats not at all what I meant and you know it. The point is that Senegal's good performance isn't enough to detract from the fact that Nigeria is the best African team here.

    [–] Match Thread: Nigeria vs Iceland [World Cup] AxisFifa 2 points ago in soccer

    me mumbling to myself: "Great Axis, ya blew it. You waste of semen."

    [–] Match Thread: Nigeria vs Iceland [World Cup] AxisFifa 4 points ago in soccer

    Nigeria is whether we like it or not the best African team in this tournament, regardless of Senegal's performance.

    [–] RIP AxisFifa 1 points ago in soccer

    FAIR ENOUGH.

    [–] [DISCUSSION] Kanye West - Yeezus (5 Years Later) AxisFifa 8 points ago in hiphopheads

    SO YOU'RE 17 HUH. WOW. WOW. THIS IS WHY THIS SUB IS GOING TO SHIT. FUCKING KIDS ALL OVER MY SUB. IT FIGURES, HAVEN'T EVEN LISTENED TO COMMON HUH. DO YOU KNOW WHO BIGGIE IS??? I THOUGHT NOT. FUCKING 17. THE NERVE. THE AUDACITY TO NOT EVEN BE 18. FUCK HHH.

    [–] Oh no AxisFifa 169 points ago in dankmemes

    edit: a friend told me, yea

    This is Reddit, you can admit you watch porn.

    [–] The real Bill Gates AxisFifa 13 points ago in wholesomememes

    Same. One time I was surprised when I ejaculated prematurely and thought - "That came out of nowhere."

    [–] Ted Cruz was paid $36,000 by Comcast to write this tweet AxisFifa 1 points ago in WhitePeopleTwitter

    Also, your usage of hyperbole throws your entire argument into a suspicious position.

    I'm disappointed that you had to dip into semantics to take away from my points, but whatever. What I obviously meant was that Africa would be greatly more advanced had there been no slavery.

    If we can't establish that Africa had at least the equivalent of European medicine and medical ideas at the time that the slave trade began, how can you say they would have been able to combat the problems that I'd listed?

    But we can. As you know, Africans helped Europe combat one of it's most deadly diseases smallpox, by explaining their process of vaccination as treatment to build immunity to that particular disease. This indicates an understanding of the body that we never would have attributed to ancient Africans.

    Again, Japan had relatively great freedom to advance in the ways you suggest, and yet it did not.

    This is a good point, but we have to factor in the fact that Japan was very much intrenched in a nation consuming divison, that had the country focused on war during the late 16th and early 17th century. This set the stage for the cruel control of the Tokugawa shoguns for the next several hundred years, which didn't allow the country the freedom it needed to grow for a very long time.

    [–] Ted Cruz was paid $36,000 by Comcast to write this tweet AxisFifa 2 points ago in WhitePeopleTwitter

    there is no precedent of there being any advanced technology or ideas for the time.

    It didn't need to be relatively advanced-it just needed to be at an equal to how the world was progressing. And it was.

    Lets take the example of Malian King Mansa Musa. He ensured that his technology was as advanced as possible by bringing "Architects from Andalusia, a region in Spain, and Cairo to build his grand palace in Timbuktu and the great Djinguereber Mosque that still stands today."

    His kingdom was a testament to education and the arts, simply because he was willing to adapt at the same pace as the great empires - all in the 14th century.

    Hell, take Ethiopia, my country of origin, and tell me that the Lalibela and Axum don't point towards strong architectural advancements relative to the eras they were built in.

    So if we can establish that the great African empires did everything to ensure they stayed on the same page as the rest of the world- how can you say that they wouldn't be at least level to everything today?