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Which event is the most historically significant?

Poll closed Jan 29, 2008.
  1. Patriots going 19-0

    16 vote(s)
    42.1%
  2. Fall of the Soviet Empire.

    2 vote(s)
    5.3%
  3. Christ's resurrection.

    11 vote(s)
    28.9%
  4. 9-11 attacks.

    1 vote(s)
    2.6%
  5. The revolutionary war.

    6 vote(s)
    15.8%
  6. The fall of the Roman Empire.

    2 vote(s)
    5.3%
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  1. neuronet

    neuronet In the Starting Line-Up

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    Obviously this game.
     
  2. pheenix11

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    #1 doesn't happen without #5

    The rest are irrelevant LOL
     
  3. neuronet

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    :D A rebel in the house.
     
  4. neuronet

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    Plus they would be called something like 'The debutantes' or 'The Boston Tea Drinkers' if we hadn't kicked Britain's butt.
     
  5. pheenix11

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    Even worse they could have been called the Boston Breakers
     
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    Givin' that number 2 didn't actually happen, I would have to disqualify that from my options. The Fall of the Soviet Empire was fairly signficant for the modern world, The Fall of the Roman Empire was the fall of one of the first true great empires, and if we hadn't won our Revolutionary War, who knows what life might be like now. BUT, I just had to vote for 19-0. Man I suck.
     
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    I went with the revolutionary war, because, quite frankly, I think we're going to have to beat those ignorant f'ks back down again one of these days.
     
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    The fall of the Roman empire, without a doubt. I was there. Nothing else even comes close.
     
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    contrarian rogue
     
  10. pheenix11

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    Who, the Brits? Man they are our only friends in the world. Now if you want to recreate the French & Indian War and kick some French ass, sign me up!
     
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    i must be drunk, and hungry for confederate blood

    but yeah--screw the limeys too--except wasp, gomez, Mike and the splitters
     
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    all of the above
     
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    I agree. Oh, you were calling the English ignorant f**ks, not the rebel Yankees. :D
     
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    I went with #3.

    Of course that's assuming he was really here the first time and not just some Doug Henning type character.
     
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    I go with whichever happy day in January 2008 that Eli Ruin History signed up to this forum.
     
  16. Tunescribe

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    How exactly would Eli ruin history? Will he get hurt and not finish the game so he won't have a chance to choke?
     
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    Christ's resurrection. After being a non-believer for so long, I'd be so f**ked.
     
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    where are the colts trolls running up #3?
     
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    Probably Constantine the Great converting to Christianity. Not because I'm particularly religious, but because almost all that came after was a result of that.
     
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    Aug 3, 1977 Tom Brady's Birthday
     
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