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white history month


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7 hours ago, lid said:

electricity, the splitting of the atom, penicillin, radio, powered flight, the internet, the bessemar smelting process, railways, the Hubble space telescope, the Beatles, trains, football, rugby, tennis, golf. Basically anything that's ever mattered. What a bunch of priveleged cunts, with their inventive ways. Ban it all :Old:

 

Racist. How very dare you. 

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2 hours ago, Frank Hovis said:

World history as in change and advancement is white history.

There is a hat tip to be made to the Chinese who invented many things but owing to their rigid social structure did nothing with them so they don't form part of the big sweep of human advancement.

In terms of technological advancement, Japan and South Korea have also made a big contribution.

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12 minutes ago, desertorchid said:

I am afraid you are all wrong the bank of england is educating us:

Give me strength!!!

 

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Millennial Woes responded to that with this :

"This wonderful new 50p coin is just the right size to fit into the pocket of a Pakistani child groomer, a Kenyan murderer, an Arab jihadi, a Nigerian drug dealer, a Somalian acid attacker..."

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14 hours ago, lid said:

electricity, the splitting of the atom, penicillin, radio, powered flight, the internet, the bessemar smelting process, railways, the Hubble space telescope, the Beatles, trains, football, rugby, tennis, golf. Basically anything that's ever mattered. What a bunch of priveleged cunts, with their inventive ways. Ban it all :Old:

 

What did you invent?

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