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Alcohol Admiral: 9/1/2016 00:24:40


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It's done up, written as much as it will be. Now I'm just in "publishing" mode, as it can be called. It will be posted here later.

Last writeup: https://www.warlight.net/Forum/158312-chemistry-shite

(may ALLAH be pleased with me)

Edited 9/1/2016 00:27:37
Alcohol Admiral: 9/1/2016 00:39:02


Major General Smedley Butler
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Good :)
Alcohol Admiral: 9/1/2016 00:42:25


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this poster is gay

Edited 9/1/2016 00:58:55
Alcohol Admiral: 9/1/2016 00:48:33


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So it should be up in 25 minutes or so; Zephyrum said that he will first do up his "League" game. And of course, thanks to Zephyrum for powering the wind turbines that powered my electricity.

Edited 9/1/2016 00:49:22
Alcohol Admiral: 9/1/2016 01:43:44


Zephyrum 
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hello pretty ladies




Open:

First off, uh, yeah, this came out a quite bit later then I said it would, but I lost motivation when I lost the brainstorming sheet for this, but I eventually got myself to do it up. Have fun.

The name “Alcohol Admiral”. Well, for grounds explained later, I became a Muslim. And in Islaam, the Arabish tongue holds a marked holiness, as it was the tongue in which the Holy Reading and much of Islaam’s beginnings were told in. So what happened was, this writeup’s name was going to be “athema”, from Greek “a-” (un-; not) and “thema” (theme; subject), but then I converted to Islaam, and I wanted to do something in Arabish. So then I thought about naming it “athema” but in Arbish, but then I realised noone knew Arabish. But I didn’t want to name it something English or some other, not holy, tongue. So I made a compromise: I would say it in English (to be understood) but wield holy backstabber words from Arabish (to be holy). So this is it: “Alcohol Admiral”, both words from Arabish.


The one thing I don't really like about Islaam as a whole, is the lack of Alcohol Admirals. The Arabish world used to lead in alcohol admiralty until the rise of Islaam. So yeah, that's bad, but then again Islaamish Hell is worse than Christian Hell, so I'll stick to Islaam...I guess.

This is going to be uh, well, you know that saying "Bad beginnings make bad ends."? Well, switch out the word "bad" with "awesome great cool fun so addicting it's a problem", and you've basically got this down like a dead man gets down under the Earth. Although, that's not too impressive, it's more impressive when you're digging a hole 12 km deep in Kola for giggles, but you have to admit, the Soviets (and after the great genocide of Soviets of 1991, Russians) hold the record in having it "down". Anyhow, but that saying, yeah, do that switch of words, and you've got it very finely down. I'll even do it for you, just push you underground...oh crap, that's a crime in Russia, I forgot. Well, maybe in uh...Uruguay? I hear they legalised hemp and gay marriage there, so y'know, maybe they legalised murder? Rats, Uruguay also illegalised it! So backwards, I can't stand it! What is this, the Dark Times!? But even they had a step up on this since you could kill heathens or gays! ACK!


The Kola Borehole Facility, 1974. It sits about 110 km west from Murmansk and about 20 km south of the Norwegian border. And here, there is a hole that goes down 12 262 m deep.
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"Every breath you take is a step closer to death." - Ali Talib (601-661), the holiest fellow in Shia Islaam after Muhammad.

So with that somewhat saddening cut, let's start, eh?


The Imam Ali meshit is the site where Ali Talib is believed to have been buried, in En-Najaf. So, En-Najaf is the third holiest site in Shia Islaam, after Makka and El-Madina. Who was Ali Taleeb? He was the second convert to Islaam after Muhammad's first wife and son-in-law to Muhammad, and helped spread Islaam in its earliest days. In the Alawite branch of Shia Islaam, he is worshipped as the form of God on Earth. The president of the Syrian Arab Folkdom, Bashar el-Assad, is Alawite.

First off, dweomercraft. Some folk call this "magick". Not me, I don't wield no backstabber words from Greek. But that ground's not good enough you, you English? Well, the word actually has mean roots, as in Greek, it meant a Zoroastrian priest, but also was wielded to say "trickster" or "witch", which is not kind to the Zoroastrians at all. Dweomercraft, on the other hand, it's not a bad word.


The museum of Zoroastrianism in Kerman, southeast Iran. It's the only museum of Zoroastrianism in the world. Kerman (not to be confused with the Persian name for Kirmaşan - Kermanshah - which is the 9th biggest borough in Iran, with 900k folk living in it, and which is sitted on Kurdish lands) is the 13th biggest borough in Iran, with 500k folk living in it, and along with Yezd, one of the biggest modern hubs of Zoroastrianism. Not that you care, that you care though, you'll just keep on wielding offensive slurs like "magician". Disgusting.

Folk who wield the slur "magician" need to go to a graveyard. And then come back. Not as a zombie or vampire, but as a normal human. Not like Norman though. Norman is not human, he told me that he's a magpie. Also, another bad, though not as bad as the M word, is "cemetery". It's misleading, and it's not really English. It roots from Old Greek "κοιμητήριον" (koimētḗrion), meaning sleeping grounds. But it's not where folk sleep, you Greek fops! I don't die everynight and then come back to life in the morning. For being sleeping grounds, koimeterions don't any beds at all, are you meant to bring your own sleeping bags? Ack, whatever, another grounds for Anglish. Graveyard is the good word.


An Islaamish graveyard in Marrakish, the fourth biggest borough in Morocco.

But you know what is bad about graveyards though? Daemons and ghosts. I hate them very much so. I mean, one time you're just looking at these graves, the next, you get bothered by daemons trying to pop out and scare you. Although to be fair, most of it is just your mind, so really, what we should say is, your mind is awful. And abusive to you. That's abuse, of the psychologic kind. In The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, by D. Adams, at one point there is a fellow in the tale who is just a mind, and another that is her body. But they got divorced. I really just don't see enough of that today, folk with abusive minds are abusing themselves with things like cocaine or heroin, or being paranoid and making up your daemons (schizophrenia) or helping evil folk torture you by letting the pain through. Mmm, highly abusive, this would not stand if this was another human abusing another, but we're still behind on this kind of abuse though, quite bad. The most we've's is drug rehabilitation and uh, oh wait, you can get a divorce with your brain, it's called lobotomy. Quite sterling, there, then. But unluckily, this is still fewly seen. Probably banned in Arabia or something. I mean they don't really care about women's rights there in the man-dominated society, so why would they care about the body's rights in a brain-dominated society? Ack, so background.


The flag of the Folkdomish Folkdom (or what's called in backstabber words, "Democratic Republic", from 1978 to the adoption of a new flag in 1980. It between the wheat, the big word is "Folk", and the two lines under it is "The May Uprising 1317"[1], and the line under that is "The Folkdomish Folkdom of Afghanistan", in Pashto., the government after Saur Revolt. From 1978 to today (with an interruption with the rise of the Students (Taleeban)), Afghanistan has been the top country of heroin growth. You know, I found it odd that in English, along with other tongues, the word "heroin" is so alike to "heroine" (hero who is woman). In some tongues, it's the same word (Spanish/Portuguese: heroína; French: héroïne), and it actually does come from the word "hero", as it was originally marketed as giving "heroic" feelings while you're on it. Heroin is arguably the most hazardous fun drug there is - more addictive than cocaine and morphine - a higher activitiy:lethality ratio than both as well - but it's actually sometimes wielded in medic clins, most oft as a very strong painkiller. This is why addicts should get a divorce from their brain. Besides making you take something which is pretty bad for you in the long time, if you try and "kick the habit", you'll feel truly terrible, being scared and sad and hurting and having involuntary spasms, which could be the possible root of the idiom "kicking the habit" - opiod wielders kicking their legs restlessly when they try and go clean. Mm, that why we need Donald Trump he gonna gobble up all the drugs for himself when he illegalises all them mmmmmmmmmmmmm so the drugs cant hurt nobody else he a gud man gonna make albania great again wooooooooo

Edited 9/1/2016 02:24:00
Alcohol Admiral: 9/1/2016 01:44:03


Zephyrum 
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Uh, woah, what's I talking about again? Oh yeah, ghosts and daemons. Well, in the Muslim world (best world btw. Bloody and wartorn? That's good, it's like Team Fortress 3 came out in Syria and you get to play it everyday. Heck yes, that's awesome.) we don't have so much as ghosts, as we do jinn. The jinn are like the daemons of Christianity and Judaism, but they're not necessarily evil. They can be whatever they want, like humans can be - and together with humans and angels, they make up the three kinds of wise life. Jinns actually fore-date Islaam, but were put into the faith - oft written about in the Reading. Anyhow, what's really awesome about jinn is their wrath. Yep, they've saved Muslims more than a few times, believe it or not (not kidding at all). In the Rwandan civil war and genocides, for example, when the Christian Hutus or Tutsis were planning to attack Muslim neighbourhoods or burn down mosques, the jinns just popped out and said "uh faff that; if you attack this I'll shatter you like a rock hitting a glass.". And so they rarely attacked Muslim neighbourhoods and meshits from that, as they were afraid of Islaamish witchcraft, especially of the jinns.[2] Now tell me when your Christian daemons, or Hindu halfgods can do something like that. This is why I changed my faith not long ago to Islaam not too long ago and right now I'm practising chanting spells like taakbeer (taakbeer: the slogan God is greatest) and trying to summon my own jinns to shield my own building. I mean, who needs guns and Christianity, when you can just get these beings of fire to do all the dirty work for you? The gun controle argument is fully irrelevant, it should be about Islaam controle (don't want those jinns getting too wild), and luckily, the gud man DONALD JOHN TRUMP, amongst some his european heros like v. zhirinovski and m. penne are starting to get the right thought - jinns too hazardous for europ and america fop liberalists dont realise.


This is a lightdrawing of the underboroughs Kigali, the capital borough of Rwanda. It looks like a pretty nice town, but much of the one-million holding borough is slums. It was founded by Dr Kandt in 1907 in German rule, but don't worry - he's an actual healer, not one of those "racial doctors". He's a beloved figure in Kigali today. He later volunteered to be in the First World War to be a healer, and so he became one. He was hit by a shell in 1917 and died in a clin in 1918. You know, that kind of erodes my point about one of the perks of being Muslim is that it's like playing Team Fortress 3 every day. This bloke played Battlefield 1 to the day he died, so I guess Christians can have some FPS fun as well. But don't worry. Out of the 5 bloodiest ongoing wars, 4/5 have Muslim extremists (the not being the Mexican Drug War), Muslims still dominate (BEYOND the average level) in real life FPS.

Now, now, while I agree with the other not-infidel on Warlight that indeed, the Battle of Talas was very good, when the Muslims won over the infidel Chinese. But unluckily, Islaam didn't spread far enough into China. Actually, that's pretty lucky for me, it means that the Chinese don't have the weapons I do, heck, even civilian gun ownership is near-banned in China, so Chinese folk can't hurt me. But anyhow, our jinns spread to China through an Indian branch of heterodox Islaam called "Buddhism", and the Chinese and other Buddhists, they called them Hungry Ghosts. Yeah, what they believe in China, and in India as well (Hinduism and other faiths) is that folk who do bad and evil in one life will be gainborn as a ghost who suffers greatly, mostly through a very strong hunger or thirst. But these are a sad shadow of their jinns, they can't really hurt folk, and in truth, each year, there is a charity drive where they try to feed these ghosts, and this year, it was August 17. How pathetic, these ghosts can't even feed themselves, let alone scare off folk. But it's a full failure, of course it is - the ghosts don't be in this dimension, they're in their own dimension and so can't eat it. But, but, actually, Kung Chiu, the Chinese knowledgelover, said to stay away from ghosts as they might be harmful. Heck, in the day of Ghost Party (the charity drive), folk avoid wearing red, or going out past midnight, or singing, as it's said to anger the ghosts. Chinese ghosts are inforcing their own dress code, curfews, and cultural norms upon the poor Chinese, so I think Chinese ghosts are pretty good, however, they're not tame. The Chinese setting is clearly a setting where too many folk had jinns and so they got out of control. This is why we need jinn controle: if too many folk have jinns, they turn against the humans.


This is a very old Buddhist temple not far off where Siddartha Guatama was born himself, in Lumbini, what's now south Nepal. This template was built in the times of Ashoka the Great (~-200s), and is perhaps the oldest template in the world. Anyhow, we all know that Guatama was a closet Muslim who preached the word of god but his unfaithful listeners, who were cow worshippers, combined his word with their faith into what's now known as Buddhism. I mean, you're not supposed to eat meat in Islaam but you're not supposed to bloody worship it! Ack, well anyhow, we Muslims I announce, are going on a campaign like the Baha'í have to claim all the cool folk as theirs (the Baha'í actually believe that Hinduism, Islaam, Christianity, is all the same one Baha'í faith, just told and understood variously by different messengers from the same god), and if they deny, we'll call them closet Muslim. We got Jesus and Abraham as Muslims preaching the one word of God (who himself is muslim), next on our list is Buddha, but I just now claimed him for the Muslim community so what are you going to do? Next I'm going to claim Mohandas Gandhi as mine, too.

Close:
Hmm, I don't know what to say here. It's always when you've stopped writing for the day and then come back. The ethanol levels can be fully differing. But you know what? I do it, since I'm a master of ethanol. I can even recite the full formula of ethanol, can you? It's C2H6O. As for the roots of the word, well, it's another ground why folk distrust scientists. If they name things at a spastic skill level, maybe they're just spastic folk. But anyhow, y'know what the roots of the word "ethanol" is? No, you don't, since I'm an ethanol master and you're, maybe you're not even cool enough to do drugs. But anyhow, it comes from the Old Greek word for "sky". I mean...sky? You don't find alcohol in the sky. Most skylines ban it, and even the ones that do have only been about for maybe the last 100 years - so alcohol has not can been in the sky for most of man's past. This further makes me distrust the scientists as being smart. And thus, along with grounds of faith, I have chosen to disbelieve in evilution and history that contradicts my faith (historians are social scientists. They fall to the same mistakes. f.e: calling Abbaas I of Iran "the Great". He was not great. And he was not Muslim. He worshipped graves; he was aposate.), and other untruths glorified as "science". Evilution is not science, it is an attack led by the godless on the cores of our faith, and it is a disproven myth (https://islamqa.info/en/126913).

So in short, I am now a Muslim. You may now call me as "Muhammad the Adduti". May ALLAH guide you, amin. What a note to to end on.


The Imam Meshit of Esfahan, about 340 km south of Tehran. Abbaas the Great changed the capit of Iran from Qazvin to Esfahan in 1598 and ordered a full development of the borough, and so a great building projet was undertaken. This development later led to the borough being called "Borough of Half the World". It stayed Iran's capit until the fall of the Safavid house in 1736. Today, it holds the third biggest meshit in the world by area (second in Iran), and the fifth biggest shopping mall in the world (first in Iran).


[1]: "May" is a rough traduction. A more faithful one would be "Saur", but noone knows what that is. "Saur" is the second month of the year in the Sun Flight (not to be confused with the alike Moon Flight calendar, based on phases of the Moon) calendar (wielded in Iran and Afghanistan), and goes from what's known in the Georgian calendar as April 21 to May 21. The first month, Hamal, begins in March the Spring Equinox. As for 1317, it's 1978 years after Yeshua's birth, but it's 1317 years after the great Flight: Muhammad led the Muslims from discrimination and overall unfriendly environment from his birthsite and Maakkaa to el-Maadeenaa in 622 years CE. This is weighty, as it marked the spread of Islaam outside Maakkaa. 10 years later, at Muhammad's death, most of the Arabish Penninsula was other Maadeenish Islaamish holding.
[2]: Ok, the jinns didn't actually come out and say anything (in that setting, anyway). They didn't show themselves, either. But it was still enough, together with the other Islaamish witchcraft, so that is why Islaam is the greatest faith in the world. Also, Rwanda had back then about a 4% Muslim population - about the same proportion as there're in Germany today.

Edited 9/1/2016 02:25:37
Alcohol Admiral: 9/1/2016 02:10:07


Major General Smedley Butler
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Wasn't some bone armor found in Russia?
Alcohol Admiral: 9/1/2016 05:26:28


[WL] Colonel Harthacanute
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"Every breath you take is a step closer to death." - Ali Talib (601-661), the holiest fellow in Shia Islaam after Muhammad.


1- His name is Ali Bin Abi Talib. The word "Bin" means 'son of'. His father's name, Abi Talib, features the two words "Abi" which means 'father of' and "Talib" which means 'student'. So, his name is actually 'Ali; the son of the father of the student'. And you've called him Ali Talib, or 'Ali Student', which although it is quite possibly a name, isn't quite HIS name, so I'd stick to his actual name which is Ali Bin Abi Talib. Thank you.

2- Only 10% of Muslim people claim to be 'Shia' whilst 90%* remain 'Sunni'. Therefore, referring to him as the second holiest fellow to Shia Muslims who represent a tiny fraction of the overall population of Muslims as opposed to the fourth holiest fellow to the vast majority of Muslims worldwide is quite biased.

3- Shia "Muslims" do not consider Ali Bin Abi Talib to be the second holiest fellow after Muhammad. They consider him as even more sacred than Muhammad. They believe that God sent Muhammad as a Prophet to the Arabs to try to guide them to the way of God, then when he failed (seriously) God sent Ali and made him an incarnation of himself. Then, the Arabs were still stubborn so he gave up on them and instead went and converted the Persians to the correct religion. And, according to these Shia "Muslims", the (so-called) Mahdi will appear once soon after the Persians have conquered all the Arabs and converted them to the correct religion, and help them conquer the world.

This belief system is the main cause of all the shit that is happening in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Egypt and the Yemen right now. They need to conquer all of the Arab countries to pave the way for their Mahdi to appear.

* http://www.pewforum.org/2009/10/07/mapping-the-global-muslim-population/

God bless,
Colonel-in-Chief Admiral General Harthacanute Cardwell, Resident Bigot of WarLight, President of the World League Commission, President of the World League Organisation, Chairman of the World League Security Council for Great Britain, True King of The Royal Falcons, Arch-Enemy of the Leftist Scumbags

Edited 9/1/2016 05:29:28
Alcohol Admiral: 9/1/2016 06:21:38


[TNW] Commander Vimes
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Well done on this informative and pointless thread. I could lecture you on common methods of production of ethanol, both amateur and professional, but I get a feeling that it would only add to the TL;DRness of this thread.
Alcohol Admiral: 9/1/2016 20:35:48


Жұқтыру
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mm this got buried too fast, how many threads were in the last 20 hours? (this was on page 3)

Edited 9/1/2016 20:37:15
Alcohol Admiral: 9/1/2016 20:37:43


The Lord
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Half of them hidden karlthreads.
Alcohol Admiral: 9/2/2016 05:29:25


Genghis 
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Read 2 paragraphs, then stopped reading.

Alcohol Admiral: 9/4/2016 20:17:25


Жұқтыру
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Who downvoted?
Alcohol Admiral: 9/4/2016 20:59:49


Stewie
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upvoted just because of Zeph's gold posts here
Alcohol Admiral: 9/4/2016 21:02:13


Major General Smedley Butler
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upvoted just because of Zeph's gold posts here

That's X's, Zeph posted them because X is smart enough to not buy one
Alcohol Admiral: 9/4/2016 21:13:36


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yeah :p how could you think anybody but Juq would say "Arabish"? XD
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