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  1. 24 Nov '10 05:29
    Natalia Pogonina was the only one able to beat the Nazi :

    http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail.asp?newsid=6829

    Seriously, what kind of parents call their daughter this kind of name ? 😕
  2. 24 Nov '10 07:41
    I was more interested in this:

    Enter 1.f4, Bird`s Opening!
    There seems very little room to create new opening ideas in 2010 and the creative competitor must work hard to find new approaches which help to win games.


    Pff. About time someone realized that 1.f4! is the best opening.
  3. 24 Nov '10 09:29
    Originally posted by shorbock
    Seriously, what kind of parents call their daughter this kind of name ? 😕
    I am speculating, but she has a Georgian name, and I am assuming "Nazi" doesn't have the same connotations over there than it does over here.
  4. Standard member Thabtos
    I am become Death
    24 Nov '10 14:42
    Originally posted by lausey
    I am speculating, but she has a Georgian name, and I am assuming "Nazi" doesn't have the same connotations over there than it does over here.
    To be fair, the Nazi's forte' is actually blitz.
  5. 24 Nov '10 14:46
    Originally posted by Thabtos
    To be fair, the Nazi's forte' is actually blitz.
    Someone rec this man.
  6. 24 Nov '10 16:38
    Wowzers.
  7. Standard member RevRSleeker
    CerebrallyChallenged
    24 Nov '10 18:13
    Originally posted by lausey
    I am speculating, but she has a Georgian name, and I am assuming "Nazi" doesn't have the same connotations over there than it does over here.
    Are you serious ??
  8. 24 Nov '10 20:46
    Originally posted by lausey
    I am speculating, but she has a Georgian name, and I am assuming "Nazi" doesn't have the same connotations over there than it does over here.
    Moreover, it's probably not pronounced with a German 'z' ('dz'😉, either.

    Richard
  9. 24 Nov '10 23:31 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by shorbock
    Natalia Pogonina was the only one able to beat the Nazi :

    http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail.asp?newsid=6829

    Seriously, what kind of parents call their daughter this kind of name ? 😕
    what about this dude he named his kids,

    Adolf Hitler Campbell

    JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,479904,00.html

    ( i dont read foxnews btw)
  10. Standard member RevRSleeker
    CerebrallyChallenged
    24 Nov '10 23:57
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    what about this dude he named his kids,

    Adolf Hitler Campbell

    JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,479904,00.html

    ( i dont read foxnews btw)
    As someone responsible for tracking down, and bringing to justice, nazi's once wrote, 'We attacked and dismantled that organization. We aren't going to be naive and say someone else won't fill their place but right now we have hit that organization hard.'
    You can't legislate for the way folk think however...
  11. 25 Nov '10 00:09
    Originally posted by RevRSleeker
    As someone responsible for tracking down, and bringing to justice, nazi's once wrote, 'We attacked and dismantled that organization. We aren't going to be naive and say someone else won't fill their place but right now we have hit that organization hard.'
    You can't legislate for the way folk think however...
    interesting that he seems to be of Scottish descent looking at the surnames, don't know where he picked up his Nazism from though, some people never learn i guess. . . . sigh
  12. Standard member RevRSleeker
    CerebrallyChallenged
    25 Nov '10 00:24
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    interesting that he seems to be of Scottish descent looking at the surnames, don't know where he picked up his Nazism from though, some people never learn i guess. . . . sigh
    Wouldn't it be dreadful if he was traced back as a relation to one of the great Campbell Clan, though I feel sure the McDonald's wouldn't see it that way 😉
  13. 25 Nov '10 00:28
    Originally posted by RevRSleeker
    Wouldn't it be dreadful if he was traced back as a relation to one of the great Campbell Clan, though I feel sure the McDonald's wouldn't see it that way 😉
    Lol, you would need to think twice before taking your lunch with him!
  14. 25 Nov '10 10:40
    Originally posted by Thabtos
    To be fair, the Nazi's forte' is actually blitz.
    very droll
  15. 25 Nov '10 12:02
    we just think like this because it is too soon...but in the future the names will not be seen in the same way...
    None cares too much these days about Timur Lenk, or Gingis Han or Napoleon, or Cezar or Baiazid or you name him...

    We care only about Hitler, BinLaden, Sadam and other US enemies...