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Old September 13, 2018, 01:02 AM
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Default Your Hateful Great XI?

  1. God
  2. Mom
  3. Dad
  4. billah
  5. shingara*
  6. bancricfan or random muslims
  7. little babies
  8. beautiful women
  9. ugly women
  10. obama
  11. beta males/nerds

Yours?
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Old September 13, 2018, 01:04 AM
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The irony would be if it is the same damn list I'd pay my life with. W T F

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Old September 13, 2018, 04:02 AM
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hmmm...

1.Shakib al hasan
2.Shakib al hasan
3.Shakib al hasan
4.Shakib al hasan
5.Shakib al hasan
6.Shakib al hasan
7.Shakib al hasan
8.Shakib al hasan
9.Shakib al hasan(wk)
10.Shakib al hasan (c)
11.Shakib al hasan
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Old September 13, 2018, 08:45 AM
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hmmm...

1.Shakib al hasan
2.Shakib al hasan
3.Shakib al hasan
4.Shakib al hasan
5.Shakib al hasan
6.Shakib al hasan
7.Shakib al hasan
8.Shakib al hasan
9.Shakib al hasan(wk)
10.Shakib al hasan (c)
11.Shakib al hasan
Good thing Zeeshan restricted the number to 11
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Old September 14, 2018, 02:25 AM
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Main team

1. Narcissists
2. People with bipolar disorders
2. High school teachers (often they are more interested in village politics, bad in teaching, and think they are erudite like college professors)
3. Forum members who are too afraid to take a stand and show a fake neutrality
4. People who confuse W and V (subcontinental English)
5. People who share their romantic love life in social media
6. Drivers who text or talk on their phone while driving
7. Who throw trash on the road
8. Opportunist people at work - they are often looking for opportunities to take credit for someone else's work
9. People who make offensive remarks on your face but quickly follow it up with "Don't take it personally, I was only joking!"
10. Those who ask stupid questions (in a meeting or in the middle of lecture or class/training). Yes, there is something called stupid question
11. Corporations, especially when they say how much they care about well being of people and the environment

Reserve bench

12. People who carry one sided conversation - they will not listen to you or allow you to speak, you are only supposed to listen to them
13. Desi parents
14. Useless professors who spent 15 mins of their 45 min class by taking attendance
15. People who tYpE LiKe ThIs even on social media
16. The paranoid people at work - they are often scared of losing their job - cannot make a bold decision
17. Someone who lines up with a cart full of grocery items on a cashier that is reserved for 10 items or less
18. Rude public service desk employee/receptionist/government bureaucrats
19. Parents who see no fault in their children no matter how spoiled they are
20. Feminists (who often do not understand any logic, but rather want to have their cake and eat it too)
21. Right wing politicians
22. People who mistook vile, uncivil, disparaging discussion about religion or competition like draw Muhammad as intellectualism and free speech
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Old September 14, 2018, 02:47 AM
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Hillary Clinton (c)
Socialists
Communists
Leftists
Bureaucrats
Bad parents
Mainstream Media
Late night comics (except Conan O' Brian)
New Age Victimhood Fake Woke Hip Hop
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Bench
Islamists
TYT
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Old September 14, 2018, 09:07 AM
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I hate people who hate other people who hate other people who hate other people who hate other people who hate other people (who hate other people); who hate other people. Who hate other people.
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Old September 14, 2018, 09:08 AM
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One Love,
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Let's get together
And feel alright.
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Old September 14, 2018, 09:11 AM
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Does getting friendzoned by 11 different girrls count?
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Old September 14, 2018, 09:33 AM
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World would be a better place if everyone could just live and let live instead of

1/ I am offended by your words, u deserve death penalty
2/ How dare you criticize my father... Jail for life
3/ How dare you like men!! you are confused, death for you now and hell awaits you next.
4/ My religion is better than yours!! Pay extra tax if you want to live...
5/ How stupid of you to pray to multiple Gods... U guys are a joke
6/ I support your sacrifice for the cause, now go to jail and dont do it again and embarrass the government
7/ This is a X majority country, you have to accept yourself as second class citizens...
8/ We are the best country, we liberated ourselves from our oppressors... Dont mind that we oppress the minorities and indigenous people ourselves
9/ It is so indecent of you to hold hands with your GF in public... btw meet my multiple wives..
10/ I hate feminist!! Why do they want equal rights? They are sooo stupid.. Our religion already gave them more rights then men!! Oh and I rather be a man than a woman
11/ Immigrants are the reason for our countries demise, except immigrants like us.
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Old September 14, 2018, 10:12 AM
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Lack of empathy
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Food chain
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Old September 14, 2018, 12:07 PM
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One Love,
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Well... some of us were abused as child.
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Old September 14, 2018, 12:54 PM
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Well... some of us were abused as child.
Who?
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Old September 14, 2018, 01:14 PM
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Lack of empathy
Logical fallacy
Deliberate selfish opportunists
Food chain
I am right, everybody is wrong/mistaken/correctional/need conversion or punishment
I check all of them.
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Old September 15, 2018, 11:35 PM
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15 Man Squad

Rahim (wk)
Hillary Clinton (c)
Socialists
Communists
Leftists
Bureaucrats
Bad parents
Mainstream Media
Late night comics (except Conan O' Brian)
New Age Victimhood Fake Woke Hip Hop
Race Baiters

Bench
Islamists
TYT
Bernie Sanders
Liberals (the new America hating ones, not the classical Liberterian ones)
Three things:
1) Conan is the biggest leftiest out of all of them.
2) ALL libertarians are socially liberal. By definition, they are all LIBERAL, Leftist, left most on the pol spectrum(socially.) You cant "trump" Trumps wall and also like Libertarians -- most of whom dont even believe in borders.
3) take out Mushy, and i agree with your list.

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Old September 15, 2018, 11:37 PM
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One World hates thr food chain because he preys on thr bottom feeders daily.
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Old September 15, 2018, 11:38 PM
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World would be a better place if everyone could just live and let live instead of

1/ I am offended by your words, u deserve death penalty
2/ How dare you criticize my father... Jail for life
3/ How dare you like men!! you are confused, death for you now and hell awaits you next.
4/ My religion is better than yours!! Pay extra tax if you want to live...
5/ How stupid of you to pray to multiple Gods... U guys are a joke
6/ I support your sacrifice for the cause, now go to jail and dont do it again and embarrass the government
7/ This is a X majority country, you have to accept yourself as second class citizens...
8/ We are the best country, we liberated ourselves from our oppressors... Dont mind that we oppress the minorities and indigenous people ourselves
9/ It is so indecent of you to hold hands with your GF in public... btw meet my multiple wives..
10/ I hate feminist!! Why do they want equal rights? They are sooo stupid.. Our religion already gave them more rights then men!! Oh and I rather be a man than a woman
11/ Immigrants are the reason for our countries demise, except immigrants like us.
Cone on bro....christianity isnt that bad.
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Old September 16, 2018, 12:44 AM
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Three things:
1) Conan is the biggest leftiest out of all of them.
2) ALL libertarians are socially liberal. By definition, they are all LIBERAL, Leftist, left most on the pol spectrum(socially.) You cant "trump" Trumps wall and also like Libertarians -- most of whom dont even believe in borders.
3) take out Mushy, and i agree with your list.

Sincerely,
A registered Libertarian
1) No way. He is barely political. I don't how much late night you watch. I try to keep up. His whole outlandish self mockery humor will crumble if he talks politics. While the others always had this tinge of holier than thou liberal in them.
2) It's hard to be 100% of anything theoretically. We all have to deal with systems that are in place already.

The wall means nothing, that's just a tactic to appeal to people's emotions and build some new infrastructure. (come to think of it, is maybe even construed as fiscally liberal). But it is refreshing to see a president doing what he said he would do.

Borders is the most fascinating issue though. I have a lot to say about it, but will take too long to type.I can give you the cliffnotes. Basically, the free market has decided to support legal migration and also to keep the illegals coming in to depress wages. It is a product of capitalism because companies want to save money. So yes, a very liberterian thing, in letting the chips fall where they may. But then, when you drill down to the individual (the citizens of the existing nation state), it is not good. So it's a battle people and corporations. Much like big govt., big corporations are also doomed to sacrifice long term failures for short term efficiencies. And this is something the liberterians must take into account. Wishing no govt. is the first step,but big corps are no better down the road, because really any time people come together, evil sprouts. Ultimately, individualism has to prevail, and liberterianism must merge with individualism. But then if individualism prevails, it is easier for the technocrats to seduce us to plug into their overlord AI system in recreating the known world. Oh boy..see, these discussions are better had spoken, not written.
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Old September 16, 2018, 12:49 AM
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All threads in Forget Cricket, are becoming political, really makes the section lose substance.
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All threads in Forget Cricket, are becoming political, really makes the section lose substance.
More politics

My hateful political XI

1. Ronald Regan - the president who initiated the process of rolling back FDR era progressive policies and started the neo-liberal world order (along with Margaret Thatcher)

2. George HW Bush - A false Iraq war and tax cut for the rich

3. Bill Clinton - a fake democrat, who exploded prison population by crime bill, decimated US manufacturing and promoted slave labor through NAFTA, destroyed social safety net through welfare reform, deregulated wall street through bankruptcy bill and repeal of Glass–Steagall Act

4. George W Bush - Iraq and Afghanistan war, enough said

5. Dick Cheney - the real president of W administration, a war criminal with no regret

6. Obama - Libya, Syria, Yemen, and African wars, champion in killing by drones, dropped more bombs than W, wanted grand bargain to cut social security and medicare but failed because Republicans opposed for the sake of opposing, made USA hostage to insurance companies through Romneycare, 5.1 million home foreclosure, wall street bailout by tax money, wanted more slave labor through TPP

7. Hillary Clinton - Goldwater girl - do you need to know anything else about her?

8. Mitch McConnell - the most despicable senator (injustice to the word despicable)

9. Lindsey Graham - probably the biggest war monger in the senate at the moment

10. John Bolton - in the same category of Dick Cheney, Kissinger

11. Henry Kissinger - war criminal

12th Man
Ben Shapiro - a total dumb but tries to portray himself as an intellectual by speaking fast and posturing
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Old September 16, 2018, 01:52 AM
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More politics

My hateful political XI

1. Ronald Regan - the president who initiated the process of rolling back FDR era progressive policies and started the neo-liberal world order (along with Margaret Thatcher)

2. George HW Bush - A false Iraq war and tax cut for the rich

3. Bill Clinton - a fake democrat, who exploded prison population by crime bill, decimated US manufacturing and promoted slave labor through NAFTA, destroyed social safety net through welfare reform, deregulated wall street through bankruptcy bill and repeal of Glass–Steagall Act

4. George W Bush - Iraq and Afghanistan war, enough said

5. Dick Cheney - the real president of W administration, a war criminal with no regret

6. Obama - Libya, Syria, Yemen, and African wars, champion in killing by drones, dropped more bombs than W, wanted grand bargain to cut social security and medicare but failed because Republicans opposed for the sake of opposing, made USA hostage to insurance companies through Romneycare, 5.1 million home foreclosure, wall street bailout by tax money, wanted more slave labor through TPP

7. Hillary Clinton - Goldwater girl - do you need to know anything else about her?

8. Mitch McConnell - the most despicable senator (injustice to the word despicable)

9. Lindsey Graham - probably the biggest war monger in the senate at the moment

10. John Bolton - in the same category of Dick Cheney, Kissinger

11. Henry Kissinger - war criminal

12th Man
Ben Shapiro - a total dumb but tries to portray himself as an intellectual by speaking fast and posturing

Hear hear!
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Old September 16, 2018, 07:09 AM
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More politics

My hateful political XI

[...]
You already went once bro. Lol what is this 'never everending roulette of pull the lever for your favorite new list of people you hate this week' ? Oh wait you are categorizing. Okay that's fair I guess.

Anyway, I just want to see Y is right. One of the reason I started disliking my favorite comedian is because of his constant cheap shots at Donald not even hiding his ultra liberal stance.

With petty jabs it cheapened his comic and made him unfunny dayer by day.
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Old September 16, 2018, 07:14 AM
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All threads in Forget Cricket, are becoming political, really makes the section lose substance.
This is what a discussion is meant to be though. It is sometimes provoked by a single thread. Then again I don't mind my thread getting bumped as long the money is rolling. I have actually monetized this thread now.

So.. amader abbu ammu ra gi drawing room ey boshe khali bole 'ajk amra shudhu napier and napalm niye diskutch korbo? apnara shobai doya kore onno kisu bolben na?'

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Pronunciation: Brit. /ˈʌdə/, /ˈadə/, U.S. /ˈəˌdɑ/, /ˈæˌdɑ/
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Origin: A borrowing from Bengali. Etymons: Bengali āḍḍā, Hindi aḍḍā, Marathi aḍḍā.
Etymology: < Bengali āḍḍā and its cognates Hindi aḍḍā, Marathi aḍḍā club-room, alehouse, meeting place, apparently originally ‘roost’ (compare Panjabi āḍḍā, in the same senses, also ‘perch for birds’), ultimately < a Dravidian language; compare Kannada aḍḍa, aḍḍā line, bar, anything transverse.(Show Less)
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Chiefly in West Bengal and Bangladesh: a gathering where free-flowing, informal conversation takes place; conversation of this type, chat. Also: a meeting place, spec. an (illicit) establishment serving alcoholic beverages.
1951 N. C. Chaudhuri Autobiogr. Unknown Indian iv. i. 391 Each adda had its fixed adherents, who would begin to drop in one by one from about half-past five in the afternoon till in about an hour's time the attendance was full.
1961 E. Shils Intellect. between Trad. & Modernity iv. 52 [In Calcutta] the tradition of the adda was differentiated into a number of lively circles of literary and cultural figures... It is said that circles of this quality no longer exist in Calcutta,..but there are still a number of interesting intellectual addas there.
1979 S. Kak tr. S. Sarhadi Double i. in Indian Lit. Rev. Apr.–May 38/1 The greatest battler and bottle smasher in the history of illegal Bombay addas looked at me and said, ‘What an unusual idea, let's go.’
1992 N. Bhattacharya Hem & Football xi. 137 ‘Why don't you go upstairs and enjoy a little adda with our neighbours?’ suggested Mother-in-law.
2002 Telegraph (Kolkata) 8 Sept. (Look section) 4/4 The adda meanders unstructured, as a true adda should be.
2006 Hindustan Times (Nexis) 4 July It was the ultimate adda for a cheap and cheerful outing.
http://www.oed.com/view/Entry/273323...dFrom=adda#eid
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Etymology: < Bengali āḍḍā and its cognates Hindi aḍḍā, Marathi aḍḍā club-room, alehouse, meeting place, apparently originally ‘roost’ (compare Panjabi āḍḍā, in the same senses, also ‘perch for birds’), ultimately < a Dravidian language; compare Kannada aḍḍa, aḍḍā line, bar, anything transverse.(Show Less)
I like how it says 'alehouse'. LOL! Probably remnants of British uncles and aunts drinkin frikkin hardcore liquor sh... after a days of hard work whippin' some at paddy field.. lol j/k

I am sure some of its remnant remains where OUR uncles (and aunts?) pass around Jack Daniels before biryani and jarda and roshogolla for desert. Guess, that's us right there. Who knows in the future our uncles be passing around spliffies in drawing room all while make sure not to stain the damned carpet as that fat aunty "Rooku Apu" will be Sarah Sanders p---ed as they trash current government in yet ANOTHER episode "Ajaira talk that never happened June edition"- who knows?
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1) No way. He is barely political. I don't how much late night you watch. I try to keep up. His whole outlandish self mockery humor will crumble if he talks politics. While the others always had this tinge of holier than thou liberal in them.
2) It's hard to be 100% of anything theoretically. We all have to deal with systems that are in place already.

The wall means nothing, that's just a tactic to appeal to people's emotions and build some new infrastructure. (come to think of it, is maybe even construed as fiscally liberal). But it is refreshing to see a president doing what he said he would do.

Borders is the most fascinating issue though. I have a lot to say about it, but will take too long to type.I can give you the cliffnotes. Basically, the free market has decided to support legal migration and also to keep the illegals coming in to depress wages. It is a product of capitalism because companies want to save money. So yes, a very liberterian thing, in letting the chips fall where they may. But then, when you drill down to the individual (the citizens of the existing nation state), it is not good. So it's a battle people and corporations. Much like big govt., big corporations are also doomed to sacrifice long term failures for short term efficiencies. And this is something the liberterians must take into account. Wishing no govt. is the first step,but big corps are no better down the road, because really any time people come together, evil sprouts. Ultimately, individualism has to prevail, and liberterianism must merge with individualism. But then if individualism prevails, it is easier for the technocrats to seduce us to plug into their overlord AI system in recreating the known world. Oh boy..see, these discussions are better had spoken, not written.
1) i stand corrected, i completely forgot about colbert. Infact, he's become so unfunny that im probably supressign his memory. But i still think Conan is second.

2) libertarians dont really want big corporations. But its also not your place to decide whether big businesses should exist or not. The free market will decide that. Without government meddling, the free market will correct everything in the long run. Again, the key there is without govt meddling (whixh includes big corp lobbyists).

Im travelling and its annoying to write on the phone so apologies for not giving u a proper response.

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