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Discussion in 'After Hours Lounge (Off Topic)' started by Grant B, Jan 26, 2004.
Funnyiest thing when you type in the search engine "French military victories"
Type 'miserable failure' and press 'Im Feeling Lucky' L8rz, Deepak Jr.
try "weapons of mass destruction"
Dien Bien Phui to you too Walterloo Charlemanginot !
In before the lock... Brian Lawrence, take a look at the bottom of the page, that should explain everything! Take a look at who's second place (Right after Carter, since that is on the same website as the first one) for "miserable failure"! Also take a look at what happens when you type in "stupid white man".
LOL Now that was funny! I needed a good laugh today...this filled the bill nicely.
I think it's narrow-minded to call into question what military victories France has attained in history. Ultimately France has contributed more to the state of humanity through art, music, films, wines and so on than most nations can ever hope. In the balance of life there are things that account for more than just military strength and victories. Basically there are lovers and there are fighters. France would fall under the first category and I see nothing wrong with that.
Stupid white man was good.
As someone who admires all of the Allied efforts in WWII, I have to point out the bravery of the French Resistance. Besides there have been many French Military Victories... King Charlemagne (741-814) won many battles, there's The Battle of Hastings (1066) and... er...
Gary I always have had a great time in France and even got engaged in Paris......but it is still funny, Just a joke, nuttin more
LOL, this situation reminds of the thread I had started here about drinking Merlot while eating fruit and cheese. I had said that I like Monterey Jack, someone in the UK replied with something along the lines of 'you have my sympathy' but in the end he admitted that he likes Monterey Jack afterall. The only reason why he initially posted the snide remark was because of the bad stigma that he felt was prevalent towards British foods(even though I didn't diss British food whatsoever). Chip on his shoulder I guess. And now we have a similar situation in which you're pointing out something that pokes fun at France yet you say that you enjoyed France and even got engaged there. Boy we live in a contradictory world. And yes I need to get laid more.
I forget the exact wording, but it had something to do with evil being typed and Microsoft.com came up. I always loved the weapons of mass destruction.
It was "more evil than satan himself" that was linked to Microsoft. If you try it now you get links to pages about that Google bomb.
I have to echo CharlesD; obviously these folks don't remember their Charlemagne. Added because I couldn't resist: "Let my armies be the rocks and the trees and the birds in the sky".