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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Joe_Pesci, May 12, 2010.
welp, these links are dead
Yeah, I fucked her too...
Sorry I thought we were playing Caption This Photo
how about a brief description with the pic too
Is that LHO shaking JFK's hand?
The pic with Rumsfield shaking hands with Saddam, did you know the US help put Saddam in power?
I'm assuming both sentences were intended for laughs.
Nothing real special about this pic just American AA fire on Okinawa as the Japs are trying to bomb.
Still find it amazing that most Americans didn't know FDR was wheelchair bound when he was President
Did I miss something or is this supposed to be funny?
Why he was important: http://michigantoday.umich.edu/2008/09/rose.php
Cliffs. ONly read half and read nothing important about him.
please describe your pictures. thnks.
Bear Bryant and the man who sent him to his grave a loser
jesse owens shortly after teabagging hitler
Tell me how it feels to be unAmerican.
Pat Dye and Bear Bryant, prolly at the Green County Hunting Club.
And yes, Dye send Bear to his grave a loser.
John Lennon signing an autograph for his murderer, Mark David Chapman.
A man that Stalin thought betrayed him. Vanished in multiple ways.
This thread is interesting.
So photoshop has been around longer than we thought.
First picture ever taken and still exists today, from 1826...
San Francisco, 1906...
What is it?
Why you don't fuck with the US
The 3 best friends that any could have.
Hitler in Paris...
Omaha Beach during D-day...
Gook on Gook crime.
damn you've got a fucked up sense of humor...and thats coming from someone with a pretty fucked up sense of humor
Just found this ridiculously sad picture...kid in Sudan is crawling to a U.N. food camp a kilometer away...photographer killed himself three months after taking the picture...what confuses me is the fact that the photographer just took the picture and immediately left
Woman with her starving children during the great depression.
Saddest thing I've ever seen in my life.
This is a very prevalent photo used during discussions of a journalist's duties.
The old view is that journalists need to be completely removed from the situation as to avoid perceptions of bias. The downside of this is not helping someone who so clearly needs it.
The modern view is that journalists can get involved with the topic they are discussing to an extent. While objectivity is still the goal, perceptions of bias may be okay/acceptable. The downfall of this is obviously actual bias.
/worthless journalism degree
nagger gittin' yelled at
I don't get how the guy could just walk away. I'd walk over pick the kid up and take him there myself. I don't know how anyone as a human being could just take a picture like that and then leave. WTF could possibly be going through your mind to not help him?
not quite rolling
you finish your exams?
Tsar Nicholas II and family. The whole family (including their butler & servants) were told to come downstair for family picture. They went down, all dressed up, they posed like that, and bam.. they were executed. very haunting scene
if that faggot just left to maintain his journalistic integrity, i regret the fact that he didn't die a slow and horrible death
Yup. Boom goes the dynamite.
JFK jr. saluting at his father's funeral
Yea what the fuck, take the picture and then help the kid. I'm not getting what the dilemma is.
Mark Twain, American Badass
The man of people's dreams
first impression to me was the piece of shit took the pic and said oh yeah I'm gettin paid and left