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  • #394625

    Anonymous
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    Lol 95% of cars in the USA have an automatic.  I don't know anyone with one. No places will even rent one here.

    I think Slovaks find automatic one too much untrustable. You never know when something may fail. When you're the one who failed, then you can at least blame yourself ;)

    #394626

    Anonymous

    I think that in Poland there're two or three reasons. First is that AFAIK the manual cars are cheaper, second is that there's common belief that automatic car uses much more fuel and the transmission is less effective than manual one. The third is that there is still quite common thinking "automatic transmission is for women and Americans, true Slavic mannish drivers should know how to use manual" (no offence meant).

    By the way (:D, again no offence meant :D) :
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    #394627

    Anonymous
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    Lol this made my day XD

    #394628

    Anonymous
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    I think that in Poland there're two or three reasons. First is that AFAIK the manual cars are cheaper, second is that there's common belief that automatic car uses much more fuel and the transmission is less effective than manual one. The third is that there is still quite common thinking "automatic transmission is for women and Americans, true Slavic mannish drivers should know how to use manual" (no offence meant).

    By the way (:D, again no offence meant :D) :
    image

    Guess I'm renting a stick shift and learning on it there.  Most cars here don't even offer a stick anymore .  My Subaru has an auto that u can shift but uses no clutch its all computerized

    #394629

    Anonymous

    i'd give kievan rus' a detalied chart of how to make an AK-47

    #394630

    Anonymous

    I think if we changed anything in histor we would probably prevent our births, since you are practicly related to everyone in your nation.

    #394631

    Anonymous
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    I think if we changed anything in histor we would probably prevent our births, since you are practicly related to everyone in your nation.

    I think that's a question for large scale debate. If we change past whether we'll make another alternative future or are we going to reshape only possible future where we are born :D

    #394632

    Anonymous

    it would have to be alternative future, becouse if I change history and don't get born,  then there's no one to change it when the time comes to do so (to travel back in time and change history) and history doesn't get changed.
    I hope you could understand what I'm trying to say.

    #394633

    Anonymous
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    it would have to be alternative future, becouse if I change history and don't get born,  then there's no one to change it when the time comes to do so (to travel back in time and change history) and history doesn't get changed.
    I hope you could understand what I'm trying to say.

    It's a paradox as by your theory you still weren't born in the end – if I got it the right way?  :)

    #394634

    Anonymous

    yes

    #394635

    Anonymous
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    yes

    A black hole would be created.  ;) ;D

    #394636

    Anonymous
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    it would have to be alternative future, becouse if I change history and don't get born,  then there's no one to change it when the time comes to do so (to travel back in time and change history) and history doesn't get changed.
    I hope you could understand what I'm trying to say.

    Not necessarily. You don't know which events chains other events. Maybe the event you change doesn't change the event of your birth, or perhaps it does effect some details. For example, if the Lincoln wasn't president that might not change your birth, but for example if WW1 never happened that might you could have been Austro-Hungarian citizen for example or perhaps you wouldn't be born ;D

    #394637

    Anonymous
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    Not necessarily. You don't know which events chains other events. Maybe the event you change doesn't change the event of your birth, or perhaps it does effect some details. For example, if the Lincoln wasn't president that might not change your birth, but for example if WW1 never happened that might you could have been Austro-Hungarian citizen for example or perhaps you wouldn't be born ;D

    yes, that is true.
    but who would change events that doesn't influance themselves. If Lincoln wasn't a president, it wouldn't effect my birth, but I wouldn't change that since I'm not Amercian or black slave or some Southern Red-neck (no-offence to anyone). But if WW1 never happened I probably wouldn't be born, becose there would be no Kingdom of Yugoslavia and later SFRJ, so my mother's family wouldn't come from Bosnia to Serbia and my mother wouldn't meet my father.

    #440335

    Anonymous

    I would make a bigger resistance to the introduction of Christianity and of course, Ottoman advance. Without those two, Slavs would have played a bigger part in the world history.

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