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Old 08-04-2016, 08:23 PM
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Post definately not funny in anyway, and SNL has gotten worse and more crude over time

i guess its kind of like that one in silence of the lambs about fava beans, and thats all i am gonna on that,way to disturbing to quote, errhhhh!!!!!

i find it pretty graphic, thinking about all the wonderful quotes you could use like.......

1.The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.
Mahatma Gandhi

2.“The butterfly counts not months but moments, and has time enough.”
― Rabindranath Tagore

3. Johnny Castle: Nobody puts Baby in a corner.

See there are quotes that don't use gore!

but if you are going to vote the one in question out you should vote all quotes by Winston Churchill out, because hold your horses, you say i am a ignorant teen or worse ( i am younger than that) who does not know how great he was, well, hear me out, his crimes were a lot worse than that quote.

yes he did make Britain quite prosperous ,( on the backs literally of a lost of enslaved countries like mine, India) and he destroyed the empire of one of the most malevolent forces every - Hitler, he unfortunately committed atrocities himself.

Please read these articles and do your own research to know more. from my own family i am from West Bengal, India, we were starved in the Bengal famine of 1943 when not enough crops grew so that British soldiers could stockpile food with out any need. we were enslaved and much more until August 15 1947 when India had her tryst with density and became independent.
read for the souls of those who have been tortured, raped, starved, converted, killed or more during Winston Churchill rule.

enen a britosh newspaper

even the current president of USA toke out a bust of Churchill that was in the white house, after that i had a lot of respect for his guts, being the granddaughter of a educated man who was jailed at the around the age of 16 by the British for trying to go to a county club.

Perhaps not the place, perhaps a wake up call?
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