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'Toy' panda may be result of Nazi plot to destroy Christmas in Alberta

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Zundfolge, Aug 10, 2003.

  1. Zundfolge

    Zundfolge New Member

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    Boy I wish I could get one of these bears, if there's only 10 of them I bet they could be sold for a mint on ebay :p
     
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  2. Cap'n Beeb

    Cap'n Beeb Banned

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    He's saluting... his arm is not straight out. :con:


    "Whether or not the toy foreshadows another Nazi attempt at world domination remains to be seen. But for now the toys have been recalled, and parents like Ms. Tomilin can rest assured she won’t have to tell her children about the Nazis at least until they are sixteen."

    Uh... I knew full well of the Nazis when I was 7. My parents didnt shelter me. :rolleyes:
     
  3. <P^R>Imperial

    <P^R>Imperial Bleh

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    Those ****ing nazis stole the symbol from asians. At my temple (im buddhist) there is a "swastika" which in buddhism is a sign of auspaciousness.
     
  4. Zundfolge

    Zundfolge New Member

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    And other cultures too, including Native American.

    The Highschool I went to was built in the early 1900s and the facade is decorated in symbols and images from local indian tribes (around Wichita, Kansas) ... among the symbols is several "swastikas".
     
  5. Spier

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    After Hitler came to power in Germany then the US 45th Infantry Division used the Swastika as their symbol.

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  6. the vrrc

    the vrrc noexistant user

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    Nazi 1: Are the pandas in place?
    Nazi 2: Yes!
    Nazi 1: Then activate the panda activation ray!
    Nazi 2: Yes!
    *Nazi Pandas around the world activate inside the christmas presents of world leaders and assassinate them.*
    Nazi 1: The world is now ours!
    Nazi 2: Yes!
     
  7. RogueLeader

    RogueLeader Tama-chan says, "aurf aurf aurf!"

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    The Grinch strikes again!

    Edit; Anyone else find it ironic that Zundfolge posted a story from a primarily anarchist source?
     
  8. masamax

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    This is a fairly old story. I heard about it when it actually happened from local papers. Hilarious though. ;)
     
  9. OICW

    OICW Reason & Logic > Religion

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    Wait, that swastika looks mostly straight, the Nazi one is titled at an angle.
     

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