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  • That's pretty cool Lol, they are known as turkish cymbals in my country. I have very often got into arguments with people concerning armenia/turkish origin of things, the cymbals one of them.. These people in sweden, have a hard time melting the truth of things...but what comes goes around comes around. (sweet revange...
    Words are stronger than weapons of massdestruction- Me

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    • the company was made and started in turkey, but its by an armenian family.

      so is it considered after its country or the origins of the maker ?

      *scratches head*
      words are meaningless and forgettable...
      words are very unnecessary, they can only do harm.

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      • Is this thread actually going to make 1000 posts? Has that ever been done on any forum ever?
        Sweet is the lore which nature brings; our meddling intellect misshapes the beauteous forms of things: we murder to dissect.

        -William Wordsworth

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        • There's a thread like this at a hip-hop forum I visit but you also say what you think of the song the person posted above you and I'm positive that has way over a 1,000 posts because of how many people post at the board. I'm sure that board has several threads with thousands of posts actually.

          Phil Collins - Another Day in Paradise
          Rapper types make this world a horrible place.

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          • the company was made and started in turkey, but its by an armenian family.

            so is it considered after its country or the origins of the maker ?

            *scratches head*'
            Well, yeah that's right. But then we dont want to think like the turks do, that everyone living in turkey are turkish, do we?! Or that everything in TURKEY is "turkish"
            Last edited by Tres Bien; 05-03-2004, 02:11 AM.
            Words are stronger than weapons of massdestruction- Me

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            • At the moment, Bellrays "Have A Little Faith In Me"
              But usually Muse.
              You put so much stock in winning wars. The real trick lies in losing wars, in knowing which wars can be lost. Italy has been losing wars for centuries, and just see how splendidly we've done nonetheless.

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              • Leann Rimes - We Can
                I see...

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                • This is just bourgeois music that is being fed to the masses to keep them from thinking about the working class, that's all.
                  Achkerov kute.

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                  • what about the US forcec taking afghans supposive talibans to prison,and their forcing them to hear amerian rock music on high volume in the prison. I dont know if thats true, but it was reported a while ago when the us forces was inprisoning afghan soldiers. lol...crazy
                    Words are stronger than weapons of massdestruction- Me

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                    • Jedi Mind Tricks - Retaliation
                      Rapper types make this world a horrible place.

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