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By anon - / Thursday 17 December 2015 18:45 /
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By  Richard6036  |  13

I'm so surprised that in a computer generation people are just dumber than ever with all the knowledge at their fingertips and yet people say things like this so common sense is not so common and ignorance is running rampant

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  R2Y2  |  21

52, the Indians suffered at the hands of imperialism. Know your history so you don't repeat it. I don't excuse lack of knowledge because idiots fuck this world up constantly.

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  oyeh  |  19

#52 History is important, especially your own; how else could we avoid our past mistakes? (Not that it works with that ass Trump, but hopefully he's the exception that will be soon stopped) Not knowing your own history is a trait I associate with uncaring idiots because of this. Other than that, Gandhi is one of the figureheads of peace. He's known all over the world for his accomplishments so really, confusing him with a fictional creature can almost be considered as a crime against humanity.

By  Richard6036  |  13

I'm so surprised that in a computer generation people are just dumber than ever with all the knowledge at their fingertips and yet people say things like this so common sense is not so common and ignorance is running rampant

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  andrmac  |  25

More interested in looking at cats and drama instead of reading and understanding whatever you hear about, read about or come upon that you don't know or fully understand. That's and just being offended at everything that everyone says or does.

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  littleteapot  |  21

Well there have been plenty of dumb people in past generations. We're just able to hear about them more thanks to our computers and mobile devices. We wouldn't have known about this Ghandi conversation unless we were there or in the social circle of someone who was there.

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Technology is creating a generation of idiots, however. Many of the youth of this generation rely on knowledge being a click away rather than actually taking the time to learn it.

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  MedChew  |  18

Indeed, but the error was in Civ 1. What supposedly happened was Gandhi has a base aggression of 0 but upon reaching the endgame, the aggression for every civ is dialled back by 1. Unfortunately, there is no such thing as negative aggression and his aggression factor looped back to maximum. There you have it, gandhi nukes everybody. They kept it in the subsequent games when they can because it's hilarious

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  shesaywha  |  19

I dunno what film you were watching but in the one I saw gandalf was a wise angelic being sent to guide the forces of good against an evil oppressor, not a fucking goblin.

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