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The Racist Objects Crisis of 2019 intensifies. From CNN:

Store withdraws chocolate ducklings over racism complaint
By Jack Guy, CNN

Updated 10:39 AM ET, Tue April 9, 2019

Grocery chain Waitrose has been accused of racism for labeling the dark chocolate duckling as ‘Ugly’ in its ‘Trio of Easter ducklings’ product.

(CNN)UK grocery chain Waitrose has apologized after being accused of racism over the names of three chocolate ducklings.

The “Waitrose Trio of Chocolate Easter Ducklings” contains a white, milk and dark chocolate version, which were named “Fluffy,” “Crispy” and “Ugly” respectively.

A Twitter user questioned why Waitrose had chosen to call the darkest duckling “Ugly.”

“Overheard women saying ‘this is not right,’ I agree, doesn’t look good at all,” wrote Livia A. Aliberti on March 7.

… One possible explanation for the naming is a reference to the Hans Christian Andersen fairytale “The Ugly Duckling.”

That reminds me of a question I’ve often wondered about: at my local lake, the Franklin Canyon reservoir, there are a lot of wild ducks paddling about in mixed species/breed groupings. Why do diverse ducks flocks together like in a Benetton ad, when most other birds of a feather do not?

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  1. Anon[121] • Disclaimer says:

    Steve Hoskins, the Dave Berry of the alt-right. Hey STEVE, did you ever think about talking about what’s really going on with this country? Oh no, that would be so un-midnicewest of you. Can’t be doing that now!!!

    • Replies: @El Dato
    , @Meretricious
  2. Dan Hayes says:

    Tiny Duck’s mission in life has been achieved: to be referred to by SS!

    • Agree: fish
    • LOL: George Taylor, Thomm
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Buffalo Joe
  3. El Dato says:

    “The Good The Bad and The Ugly” should be from right to left.

    • LOL: Rosie
  4. Daniel H says:

    Ugly! Not bad. I have always thought that Eli Wallach stole the show in that movie.

    • Agree: Old Prude, Kylie
    • Replies: @ziel
    , @Old Prude
  5. Anon[306] • Disclaimer says:

    I see that the woman who originally tweeted this has now protected her tweets. I wish that people who think this kind of thing is stupid would withhold their harassment from random Twitter folks and instead go after the corporation big-time. Threaten to boycott the corporation for caving in to virtue signalers.

    • Replies: @atlantis_dweller
    , @AndrewR
  6. A
    These are the sinner’s ways in our world gone wrong. Tiny Duck is not racist – Tiny Duck is pure as a lamb!

    Top financial biologist-expert Nicholas Taleb is the only person in the hitherto know parts of the universe to resolve the Miraculous Misfortune of the Black Duck.

    • Replies: @tyrone
  7. El Dato says:

    Well, we have old witch Hillary doing her assigned old witch role (now in … leather?).

    Can’t be doing that now!!!

    Game over, man. Game over.

  8. Time to bring back the eugenics movement?

    • Replies: @BenKenobi
  9. With each story like this (and there’s always another one) it becomes more and more clear: “Twitter user” really means “waste product that can type”.

  10. Sean says:

    Tiny is obviously a male Pacific Black Duck that has been excluded from reproduction by Aryan Mallards with Bronze Age habits.

    Recent research conducted for the Delta Waterfowl Foundation suggests that hybrids are a result of forced copulations and not a normal pairing choice by black hens.

    What a loser.

  11. tyrone says:
    @Dieter Kief

    “TD pure as a lamb”? …but will he forgive you your sins?….never .

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  12. Anonymous[295] • Disclaimer says:

    When I was in high school, a friend of mine–a Hispanic, incidentally–used to refer to blacks as “mud ducks”. Kinda edgy …

    • Replies: @Neuday
  13. kihowi says:

    According to google images, ducklings are yellow, while goslings (if you can persuade google that you’re not interested in the guy) have big ugly black patches. Obviously that’s what Andersen had in mind with his slightly creepy gay parable. So Waitrose were perfectly accurate with their reference. The question is, do the kind of people who live on twitter still know about fairy tales?

    • Replies: @kihowi
    , @Lurker
  14. anon[166] • Disclaimer says:

    The packaging color (soft pale turquoise?) looks so quaint and generic. Like it’s from the 70s. Only really see that in US these days in downmarket stores, places like Dollar Store.

    Reminds me of my childhood in the 80s when members of the Greatest Generation would offer up these candies.

  15. I see ducks in the local river here that will encircle the white swans that are fishing. I imagine they are hoping to get a free lunch from the scraps the white swan leaves floating around. Quite the metaphor.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @anonymous
  16. black sea says:
    @El Dato

    now in … leather?

    Living out her Catwoman fantasies at this point.

    • LOL: bomag
    • Replies: @Known Fact
    , @Chrisnonymous
  17. Anon[383] • Disclaimer says:

    The stock corporate reply to these things should be, “Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We will look into it and get back to you within 90 days.” Then radio silence. Never respond.

  18. Anonymous[392] • Disclaimer says:

    Perhaps mallard speciation is, in evolutionary terms, rather recent. Thus the readiness of hybridity.

  19. Black birds are beautiful.

    • Agree: Chrisnonymous
    • Replies: @Walsh2
    , @El Dato
    , @Prof. Woland
  20. David says:

    In a farm pond, you can see half a dozen very different looking ducks that are all mallards under the skin. Horny wild mallards chase my Pekings around every day this time of year. Somehow they know those big fat white birds are the same species they are.

    (She-ducks have fake “vaginas that go nowhere” for cases of duck on duck rape, which is frequent.)

    Also, ducks and geese don’t have much offense. They can’t hurt each other much. I’ve seen them try, even battling in the sky, but never a casualty.

    Finally, as the decoy method of luring in migrating water fowl suggests, a bird already floating on the water means it’s fairly safe. Shouldn’t matter what kind of bird is floating there. I get ten times the migrating visitors with domestic ducks on the pond than without. All kinds, like you said.

  21. ziel says:
    @Daniel H

    Eli Wallach always stole the show – and against a lot bigger personalities than those two. “Pretty Baby” – Carrol Bakker and Karl Malden – it’s Eli you remember. And even The Misfits – even against Marilyn and Clark, he still held his own. That’s not a compliment, by the way – if you’re not the star (and he wasn’t a “Star”), you’re not supposed to steal the show, that’s just how he was.

    • Replies: @Kylie
  22. Walsh2 says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    The SR-71 is one of, if not the, greatest feats in aeronautical engineering. Set a speed record that has stood for four decades. The stories the pilots tell about flying it are absolutely fantastic. It’s certainly worth a little research and half-an-hour of reading to track the stories down and read through them. It’s a shame we really haven’t built anything to rival it in the last 40 years. Wonder why that is. . . . oh yeah, we’re wasting time and energy on racist ducks, sideshow investigations, and meaningless hearings.

  23. Anonymous[388] • Disclaimer says:

    Tiny Duck is a jungle Asian and most likely a ‘her’. She also once mentioned here on Sailer’s blog that she once worked at a nail salon.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
  24. Neuday says:

    I think he was saying “muh diks”

  25. Anonymous[279] • Disclaimer says:

    ‘Why do diverse ducks flocks together like in a Benetton ad, when most other birds of a feather do not?’

    Because those other birds with the large beaks/bills have brainwashed them. See:

    By the way I always thought you were tiny duck trying to drive more comments for your page.

  26. peterike says:

    While this “controversy” is obviously ridiculous, I’m once again left scratching my head about how this happened. Are the (probably white) people at Waitrose responsible for this so totally clueless that they don’t know they live in The Current Year? How could you not tell from ten thousand miles away that calling the darkest chocolate duck “ugly” was going to cause a social media meltdown?

    I guess this explains how so many whites can still vote for Liberal candidates. They really don’t feel the flames burning at their feet.

  27. Steve, the only ducks I’ve ever seen cross are common white ducks and mallards. This took place in a large reflection pond at my office. The result was one lone male duck who looked like a mallard someone tried to bleach unsuccessfully. Was it the result of a “forced copulation?” aka crosss-species rape. Having watched ducks mate, it’s really hard to tell the difference.

    Neither the mallards nor the white ducks fully accepted the half-species. They’d ignore him as long as he didn’t cause trouble, but gang up on him if he got in any way aggressive. He attempted this forced copulation a lot, but as far as I know was never successful.

    I was thinking how unpopular this story would be in today’s #MeToo environment. All the ducks were replaced by new immigrants in the 90’s, the Giant Canada Geese. They moved in, and eventually all the white ducks left, and the mallards, too.

    • Replies: @UrbaneFrancoOntarian
  28. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dan Hayes

    Im pleased to see him called out for his misogyny and homophobia.

  29. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:

    Thoreau that you ?

  30. Leonard Pitts could not be reached for comment.

  31. @Anon

    You sort of expect too much from people 😀.

  32. Old Prude says:
    @Daniel H

    Totally Agree! I have a pet minnow named Tuco in honor of that memorable performance. (The minnows are golden shiners, so inevitably another is named “BLONDIEEEEE!”)

  33. Muse says:

    It is because ducks are well known rapists. Plenty of established research on their behavior.

  34. @black sea

    She looks like a car seat … reeech Coreeenthian leather

  35. goatweed says:

    Chocolate bunnies next?

  36. @Anon

    What are you babbling about?

  37. kihowi says:


    Did I say gosling? That’s what you get when you get over-confident in speaking a foreign language. On the plus side, cygnets are dark too, though not so much.

  38. I think the different aquatic bird species all hang out together because there are only so many ponds to go around on their migration routes, so they have to share.

    You see the same phenomenon if you look at all the different animals (zebras, wildebeast, warthogs, baboons, etc.) gathering around a scarce watering hole in Africa.

    Franklin park btw is a hidden gem and it’s an especially good place to take kids for some outdoor time in LA. It was apparently one of the last of the WPA projects. And the nature center is named for uber liberal Supreme Court justice William O. Douglas.

  39. Clyde says:

    Georgetown University undergraduate students vote to pay $27 per-semester fee for slavery reparations to benefit descendants of slaves sold by the school in the 1800s — UK Daily Mail

  40. @El Dato

    Jayzus, that’s the second time this morning that iSteve has hit me with reality that I mistook at first for parody. (The first time was that crosseyed Winnipeg jewnegro.)

    I used to pride myself on being able to discern reality from parody at a glance, but as of this morning, no longer.

    Maybe it’s time I retire. Clownworld is reaching levels of self-parody that shouldn’t even be possible.

  41. bored identity does not have any strong belief about potential causes of ductal benettonism,yet.

    But, bored identity strongly believes that Livia’s potentially every.single.time. extruded rhinal cortex has an absolute control over her opportunistically neurotic ability to recognize that you never let self-fabricated crisis over some saccharine coated mocha mallards go to waste.

    And her wearing camicie moglie battitore proves so lividly how she’s always in a mood for the next corporate board woke & shakedown session, that even Market Screener refers to Livia as Mr.Amadani:

  42. @black sea

    I think Catwoman’s alter ego should have been a cat lady.

  43. Lurker says:

    The question is, do the kind of people who live on twitter still know about fairy tales?

    They certainly know all about fairies.

  44. “Why do diverse ducks flocks together like in a Benetton ad, when most other birds of a feather do not?”

    Good question: I’ve noticed that diverse sea-birds grouped at points on the beach distinctly form sub-groups based on colour.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
  45. @Walsh2

    Don’t you know? The SR-71 was a hoax. That photograph is fake. Just read the articles and comments written by the shocking number of Moon Hoax Morons on this site and you’ll understand.

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
  46. Kylie says:

    Eli Wallach was not only a scene/show stealer, he was very sexy.

  47. @RebelWriter

    I can tell you work very hard at work.

    • Replies: @RebelWriter
  48. Have you noticed that interracial couples are suddenly about ten times more common in television commercials than in real life?

  49. @Dan Hayes

    dan, Steve has validated TD’s life. I actually felt elevated when TD called me out.

    • Agree: Dan Hayes
  50. @El Dato

    El, Hillary is a biker chick. Who in their seventies wears leather…oh wait, a Bill fetish?

    • Replies: @hooodathunkit
  51. What you need to know about Waitrose is that it is at the very top end of the supermarket chain: it is more expensive than any other, and its clientele is overwhelmingly upper middle class.

    It stocks all sorts of exotic items one finds nowhere else (other than in specialty shops) and provides the best and most expensive brands of whatever it might be that one has gone into the place to buy.

    Although I am sure that this is not true in London, where I live the people who work there are not merely overwhelmingly white, they are exclusively so. This has been true for the nearly twenty years I have myself been using the place on a weekly basis, and it is a constant satisfaction to me to note that the new recruits, always neat, clean, and well-spoken, continue the tradition.

    This little brou-ha-ha might ruffle some feathers in London and the south, but not here in the stolid and matter-of fact north.

    And the ducks in our local pond would agree with me, not to mention the lordly and supremely indifferent swans.

  52. @Anonymous

    Anon, not a strip plaza massage parlor?

  53. istevefan says:

    The SR-71 leaked fuel on the tarmac and up to the point where the heat of flight made its metal expand.

    Fuselage panels were manufactured to fit only loosely with the aircraft on the ground. Proper alignment was achieved as the airframe heated up and expanded several inches.[31] Because of this, and the lack of a fuel-sealing system that could handle the airframe’s expansion at extreme temperatures, the aircraft leaked JP-7 fuel on the ground prior to takeoff

    • Replies: @Alfa158
  54. Dave Pinsen says: • Website
    @Buzz Mohawk

    You can see one from the West Side Highway in Manhattan. It’s parked on the deck of the USS Intrepid.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    , @Buzz Mohawk
  55. El Dato says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    The Concorde of Black Ops.

    I did a plastic kit of that bird a gazillion years ago — there weren’t that many parts, really.

    Not like an F-4 or a Space Shuttle with open bay.

  56. AndrewR says:

    Why not both? Make corporations and unknown SJWs equally afraid of perpetrating this idiocy.

  57. Jack D says:
    @El Dato

    Her neck is completely gone. Her head is resting directly on her shoulders. The fillers they gave her during the campaign have worn off and she has massive bags under her eyes and a jowl line like a ventriloquist’s dummy.

  58. Jack D says:
    @Dave Pinsen

    There are a bunch on display – one at the Udvar-Hazy branch of the Smithsonian at Dulles, on in San Diego, etc.

  59. @El Dato

    Looks like she’s going for the submissive masochist vote.

  60. Alfa158 says:

    You also couldn’t use a standard jet engine auxiliary power unit to air start the engines. Something about the turbine sections being too loosely coupled. They had to be started with a special auxiliary power unit consisting of two Buick 455 V8s that were mechanically coupled to the engine. You could hear those unmuffled starter engines roaring from all the way down the flight line. One of the SR pilots I knew had both engines flame out and had to wait for the plane to drop almost 60,000 feet to get into air thick enough for the engines to be restarted on ram air. The aircrews on the Blackbird were the Air Force’s elite of the elite.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Anonymous
  61. songbird says:

    Mixed-flock feeding isn’t that uncommon among passerines (perching birds.) I once saw about 6-7 different species together in the backyard – no feeder. It has evolutionary value because birds can spend more time eating and less time on the lookout, if there are enough resources to go around.

    I can’t answer why you see it sometimes, but not all the time. Birds are pretty territorial generally.

  62. The third duck IS ugly, what with those strange pink dribbles on it.

    Or is she saying it’s meant to be an African with ebola?

  63. @Buffalo Joe

    . . . Bill . . . ? WTF ? Oh hail no, that’s for Huma. Bill hasn’t looked at her the way Huma does for 20 years. Give the poor man some credit.

  64. @Dave Pinsen

    Yep. I’ve touched it. Technically that one is an A-12, which was the early, single-seat version of the design.

  65. @I, Libertine

    Especially white male, black female.

  66. guest says:

    I’ve noticed at dog parks most dogs are racist. They mix it up with everyone, unless they’re shy or antisocial. And generally the young ones get more attention because sex. But you see over and over special interest when a member of their own breed passes by. Like, “Hey, one of me!”

  67. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @El Dato

    I wasn’t joking when I said she should find out what plastic surgeon Debbie Harry went to and go to that guy (I presume it’s a guy, but female surgeons do exist). Harry is older and looks a hell of a lot better.

    So does Helen Mirren, although I don’t know if she’s had work, or at least admitted to it.

    Actually if they really are obsessed with the idea of a female president, either Harry or Madonna might be no less nutty than Hillary. NO political experience might not be as bad as what Hillary brings to the table. D is a barren doe, but Madge has two biological kids and adopted some others, and has no lack of self confidence. If Trump could win, Madonna (for better or worse) could too. She wouldn’t get jack shit done, but that would be an asset, not a liability, if you have to have a Democrat in there.

    Madonna has 100 percent name recognition. Harry does too-except in the United States, which is a problem, since that’s where most US voters reside, no thanks to Democrats. Madge is not as good a singer, but she has more energy and wore a spiffier suit to the Billlboard thing a while ago. And she has a hell of a lot more money.

    What the hell. Maybe WNs and right wing troublemakers in general should support a Draft Madonna for Dem nominee campaign? Register as Dem, and write her in, put out bumper stickers.

    It’s so nutty it just might work, and if it doesn’t it will be a barrel of laughs anyway. That’s good politics by my thinking.

    • LOL: Clyde
  68. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:

    The YF-12 had cartridge start capability, so it was possible. The mechanical drive start carts, the TEB (it would have been possible to use an igniter if they had a small tank of more flammable fuel for ignition) and a lot of the other special SR stuff was there because once it was a proven design, and the tooling had been destroyed by order of Robert Strange McNamara, they treated it as a “National Asset” and made no changes-what they had worked and the expense be damned.

    You could not build a new one. Period. And the number of aircraft was small-under 3 dozen if I remember.

    A lot of design elements of the SR were in retrospect not what they’d have done if they had to do it again-the aircraft was more like a spacecraft in that once it landed somewhere turnaround was a Space Shuttle level operation in terms of the unique resources needed. It couldn’t burn off the shelf fuel, use almost any off the shelf rotables, or be flown shirtsleeve back home, all of which are possible with the U-2. On ferry or test flights below FL 450 or so, they can fly on JP-5 or 8, fly shirtsleeve and a standard start cart will get them going. The pogos are the only real quirk and those can be FedExed out from Beale or a spare set carried on board.

  69. Anonymous[337] • Disclaimer says:
    @I, Libertine

    No. Im colorblind.

    – B. Sasse

    ( unless i need protection by white men )

    • Replies: @Desiderius
  70. JimB says:

    OT Is Buzz Aldrin trolling the Israelis. I mean, the guy nearly single-handedly worked out the orbital mechanics for landing a manned craft on the moon. Back in 1969. With a slide rule.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
  71. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:

    The aircrews on the Blackbird were the Air Force’s elite of the elite.

    Most were B-52 vets, relatively few from TAC. I think Shul was a rarity in more ways than one. The one I knew was a B-52 crewman. In the early days they had a few ex-B-58 guys, the B-58 was retired in the early seventies and was probably a more challenging aircraft than the SR.

    They were chosen to be “Squarely Stable” types, not necessarily the top stick and rudder guys and not at all the ideal fighter pilot type. The SR performed on the world stage-a little inattention probably wouldn’t start a nuclear war but it would be on the news, the Sovs and the Chicoms would have raised hell if they actually had been overflown. And the aircraft was an irreplaceable asset. It had enemies in SAC and the Barstoolers from day one and there were powerful people who wanted Senior Crown done away with (eventually they succeeded.) They had to be perfect because their own service would have done what the Russians couldn’t had they been an embarrassment or had a fatal to civilians crash.

    As an airplane the SR was from all accounts fairly easy to fly. The mission was tough. The hours of a sortie, multiple tanker hits, and flying a line just outside the Soviet’s and Chicoms territory-two seconds off heading and you were over hostile land-were nervewracking and required high physical endurance.

    Had McNamara been stopped from killing the F-12 program, Mach 3 flight might be commonplace today, at least for the military. The F-12 was the designated replacement for the F-106, ADC Six crews were briefed on the aircraft and fully expected to get it. McNamara hated it because he was determined the Navy and Air Force fly the same airplane and carrier ops with any conceivable variant of the F-12/SR were an obvious nonstarter. The tooling was heinously expensive and he saw to it that it was all destroyed, which meant that not only that the F-12 was doomed, but that major replacement sheetmetal for the SR fleet was never going to be made either. So what they had in 1968 was what they were going to fly until the end of Senior Crown.

    The airplane had a lot of design flexibility that was never to be used, unlike the U-2, which has flown in almost every conceivable configuration and a few no one would have thought possible.

    Looking back at it the Habu community was really unique. They kept this beautiful but insanely expensive machine going for three decades despite substantial internal and external opponents. It was a very useful asset to the United States, but the mainline USAF never really liked or supported it at the levels that mattered, and eventually they succeeded at getting Senior Crown stood down. It probably could have went another decade or so before the fleet finally got unsupportable.

  72. @Buzz Mohawk

    I once went to an airshow where there was supposed to be an SR-71. when we got there there was not one to be seen. someone said that it would arrive at noon. at an rate, at about 11: 59 the crowd was starting to be disappointed. then at about 10 seconds to noon, a black dot appeared on the horizon and at exactly 12:00 noon the thing was whizzing directly over the runway slicing through the wind. as he passed he hit the gas and pointed up and 10 seconds later he was gone.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  73. That reminds me of a question I’ve often wondered about: at my local lake, the Franklin Canyon reservoir, there are a lot of wild ducks paddling about in mixed species/breed groupings. Why do diverse ducks flocks together like in a Benetton ad, when most other birds of a feather do not?

    Your ducks are probably a “feeding aggregation,” gathered at an area with lots of food. But sometimes birds form a mixed-species foraging flock, which sweeps through the woods together, with each species doing its own special techniques and places.

  74. Icy Blast says:

    The German scientists and technicians who surrendered to the U.S. in 1945 are all dead now.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  75. @El Dato

    She’s dressing like Cersei at the end of the last season of “Game of Thrones.”

  76. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @Prof. Woland

    They didn’t land except at the really major airshows because of the turnaround logistics. If they landed off-base the minimum support consisted of a C-130 or C-141 and one or more KC-135s and a crew of twenty or thirty guys, all of which were needed back home at Beale (or Kadena or Mildenhall). Almost any other USAF type could be turned around by any reasonably competent corporate FBO as long as they had the right start cart or a big rented industrial compressor. Many types didn’t even need that-they had a one shot cartridge start.

  77. J.Ross says: • Website

    I derive no joy from the Izzies losing their lander; they will certainly learn from this and I wish them every future astronomical success.
    But when the sons of bitches declare the moon to have historically always belonged to them, that’s different …

  78. Roland says:

    Is that “crispy” as in “cracker”? I’m offended too!

  79. @Walsh2

    I think it was the peak of manned spy plane technology. Why go to that risk and expense when you can shoot unmanned satellites into orbit? Camera technology was getting good enough to render the planes obsolete. How long ago were we working on drones, too?

    They were very impressive to a young boy at the time, though. I remember reading that the closest a missile ever got to hitting one was several miles off target. I’m sure modern computer aided missiles could handle the task, but in the 60’s and 70’s, the Blackbird was untouchable.

  80. @The Alarmist

    I’ve always been amused by the reports that in the making of the “Planet of the Apes” movie, actors and extras would sit together for lunch in groups by species and within those groups by rank.

  81. @Anonymous

    The only non-interracial couples are BM-BF.

    They all act like goodwhites, who are the ones with the money and thus the target audience.

  82. @J.Ross

    They can declare all they like. If it’s not in the Old Testament it doesn’t matter.

  83. The moon belongs to the oil companies. They used it as a way station when they were shipping all the dead dinosaurs to Triton so that they could have hydrocarbons there in reserve if things turned nasty with the Ayrabs.,

    Don’t you no nothing?

  84. anonymous[359] • Disclaimer says:

    Swans sometimes drown ducks…

  85. @J.Ross

    But when the sons of bitches declare the moon to have historically always belonged to them, that’s different …

    Nah, it will be China that does that. “Moon part of China since ancient time!”*

    * stock phrase of Chinese trolls

  86. MEH 0910 says:


  87. Anonymous[328] • Disclaimer says:
    @Icy Blast

    The same German scientists who wouldn’t have had a rocketry program were it not for the pioneering work done by American scientist Robert Goddard?

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