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    Quote Originally Posted by Mossfern View Post
    BTW, swastikas aren't Russian.
    Just saying...
    Symbol originally/taken from Buddhism and Hinduism, correct?

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    after I fucked her, both of her breasts would adorn my wigwam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mossfern View Post
    BTW, swastikas aren't Russian.
    Just saying...
    Maybe you should quit "just saying" and research something before you spew nonsense.



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    I suppose I could make one of those really cool Mongolian hats with the partial cape affixed to it from one of those breasts. the other would have to be my beefjerky/cashew-almond bag.

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    I hate tattoos on a woman. Its not about the tattoo itself. Irs about the message it sends regarding short and long term action & consequence. Accordingly id view that person as a weak link in my chain. If it was well hidden i could overlook it and it could even be a plus as id view her as someone that thinks things thru
    I'm ok with artistic and meaningful ones, sometimes.

    Definitely are plenty of, "less than classy" ones out there on people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lala View Post
    Symbol originally/taken from Buddhism and Hinduism, correct?
    Let's get real lala - that swastika in the photo in the OP is a Nazi symbol; it is neither a Buddhist nor Hindu footed cross.
    Clue: red and black
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helena View Post
    Maybe you should quit "just saying" and research something before you spew nonsense.
    Really?
    Swastikas are a Russian thing.
    I'll look it up.
    That image was a woman not only wearing a Nazi armband, but wearing a hat with Nazi regalia on it too.
    I thought that the Germans and Russians were enemies during WWII.

    The footed cross is a universal symbol.
    The Nazi swastika is certainly recognizable.
    No, I do not think that Hitler invented it, but he certainly did co-opt it.
    One does not think "Russian" when one sees a swastika.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mossfern View Post
    Let's get real lala - that swastika in the photo in the OP is a Nazi symbol; it is neither a Buddhist nor Hindu footed cross.
    Clue: red and black
    I heard Yankee soldiers created it during the War of Northern Aggression .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mossfern View Post
    Really?
    Swastikas are a Russian thing.
    I'll look it up.
    That image was a woman not only wearing a Nazi armband, but wearing a hat with Nazi regalia on it too.
    I thought that the Germans and Russians were enemies during WWII.
    We all know what the Nazi swastika is, mossfern. Geez. However, you responded in a knee-jerk reactionary fashion, rather than a thoughtful one. You do that a lot.

    Here. I'll save you a bit of time.
    Other Iron Age attestations of the swastika can be associated with Indo-European cultures such as the Illyrians,[56]Indo-Iranians, Celts, Greeks, Germanic peoples and Slavs. In Sintashta culture's "Country of Towns", ancient Indo-European settlements in southern Russia, it has been found a great concentration of some of the oldest swastika patterns. Chief archeologist Gennady Zdanovich identifies the swastika as a "symbol of the universe".[57]]
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swastika



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    Quote Originally Posted by Helena View Post
    We all know what the Nazi swastika is, mossfern. Geez. However, you responded in a knee-jerk reactionary fashion, rather than a thoughtful one. You do that a lot.

    Here. I'll save you a bit of time. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swastika
    I know the origin of the symbol - I don't think for one second that the person who made that image was thinking Indo-European culture. Part of my Masters research was in universal symbols.
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