what do you make of it?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mikefromlondon, 24 Jan 2017.

  1. Not to the likes of you I don't.

    Good luck in whatever it is you seek.
     
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  3. HawkEye244

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    You as well
     
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    I saw that cat.
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    The actual subject in the picture i.e. taken in 1940, a sad little girl clutching a doll, sitting outside her war torn house, sitting on a fallen wooden beam, was not the focus of my post (even if assuming it had been recently photoshopped or not for that matter, but rather the random debris that created an impression of a figure that resembles Donald Trump who is in the news lately. Exactly as EFLImudence said, who got it right. If my focus was not on that tiny figure, indeed it is very sad to see a little girl, irrespective of her colour, creed, religion, or whatever to see her sitting on a wooden beam clutching her only possession a baby doll.

    and to HawkEye:
    On the photo I chose, my subject was not the little girl, nor the war scene, but that small figure that emerged from random chaos, that looked like Donald Trump and even if you did not get my jest, and if you do include that little girl who is the actual subject of the war scene from 1940, clutching her favorite doll, it is not a picture which is grossly unpublishable on these DIYnot forums where we are not discussing the carnage of world wars, yes if had the subject of this thread been World War, then perhaps your picture would be in its place, so the picture you posted was not quite suitable as it did not focus to my theme, and so I requested you to remove it if you would be kind enough, you (HawkEye) showed total lack of empathy for the dead, and respect for those who died for the righteousness, and to save the humanity from evil, and people of all kinds laid their lives, millions who laid their lives selflessly, to save us and the humanity, from all walks of life.

    I had no idea what HawkEye was owning about using strange words that I had never heard of before in my life, like Goyim, Gentile, and so on, it is now worrying me why would anyone use such words in 21st Century, need to get MI5 on the case now.
     
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    He won't pay for anything the world has to offer either and tells his boyfriend to say "he's out" when the bailiffs come knocking. They spend their entire lives twitching the black-out curtains.
    Poor soul.
     
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    I think you have struck the right cord noseall.
     
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