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Sidewynder
12-07-2014, 03:16 PM
On this day, 73 years ago, Pearl Harbor was bombed. It was an event which caused the United States to enter the Second World War. Many lives were lost in the process of these events. In America, Pearl Harbor is a big deal. You don't have to reply anything to this thread but if you do, reply:

#PearlHarbor

Amiable
12-07-2014, 03:18 PM
On this day, 73 years ago, Pearl Harbor was bombed. It was an event which caused the United States to enter the Second World War. Many lives were lost in the process of these events. In America, Pearl Harbor is a big deal. You don't have to reply anything to this thread but if you do, reply:

#PearlHarbor
r.i.p the lives lost...

#PearlHarbor

iNER0
12-07-2014, 04:04 PM
#1847 Invention of Chocolate

Never forget

Steel
12-07-2014, 04:29 PM
R.I.P the people that died that day...
#PearlHarbor

SCOOBYDOOFAN
12-07-2014, 04:32 PM
It's sad what happened. It may have happen years ago, but we never forget. Rest in peace the ones that lost their lives.

#PearlHarbor

Phanton
12-07-2014, 04:37 PM
On this day, 73 years ago, Pearl Harbor was bombed. It was an event which caused the United States to enter the Second World War. Many lives were lost in the process of these events. In America, Pearl Harbor is a big deal. You don't have to reply anything to this thread but if you do, reply:

#PearlHarbor

Sorry to be that guy but

#HasNothingToDoWithGrowtopia

iNER0
12-07-2014, 04:40 PM
Sorry to be that guy but

#HasNothingToDoWithGrowtopia

#people who died in pearl harbor deserved it since they should have known that was a consequence

MarkA
12-07-2014, 04:43 PM
#people who died in pearl harbor deserved it since they should have known that was a consequence

This is serious. Not everyone at Pearl Harbor deserved to die and many of them had families to care for. I hope that you will stop being disrespectful to the loved ones that many people sadly lost on this terrible day.

#PearlHarbor

iNER0
12-07-2014, 04:50 PM
This is serious. Not everyone at Pearl Harbor deserved to die and many of them had families to care for. I hope that you will stop being disrespectful to the loved ones that many people sadly lost on this terrible day.

#PearlHarbor
nty but i will continue to disrespect them

SCOOBYDOOFAN
12-07-2014, 04:53 PM
nty but i will continue to disrespect them

You should respect them, you should respect everyone. This is a serious matter, if you have nothing good to say don't say it all.

#PearlHarbor

misascool
12-07-2014, 05:08 PM
nty but i will continue to disrespect them

Think of others feeling..
Dont be so selfish..
Better not reply than make this kind of reply.

#PearlHarbor

ParkourDevil
12-07-2014, 05:12 PM
#people who died in pearl harbor deserved it since they should have known that was a consequence

NO ONE deserves to die that way!

26FtW26
12-07-2014, 05:22 PM
Sorry to be that guy but

#HasNothingToDoWithGrowtopia

This is the RTSoft tavern, not the Growtopia sub-forum. Look where you are before spreading false information.
Sincerely, 420nosc0p3r

WindyLink560
12-07-2014, 07:32 PM
We will always remember that day.

#PearlHarbor

Boomer
12-07-2014, 08:10 PM
I feel like an idiot; I forgot about Pearl Harbor completely. :sweatdrop:

XxXSwaggXxX
12-07-2014, 08:50 PM
R.I.P to those who died

#PearlHarbor

Sheth
12-07-2014, 08:53 PM
#PearlHarbor

73 years ago but the world still remembers the ones who lost their lives <3

raqk
12-07-2014, 08:53 PM
#PearlHarbor

XxXSwaggXxX
12-07-2014, 08:55 PM
#people who died in pearl harbor deserved it since they should have known that was a consequenceIf your family died during that time you will be sad. If you died during that time and someone said that how would YOU feel. Stop being disrespectful or leave the forums. You'll probably get an infraction for being disrespectful to everyone.

TrishaxKris
12-08-2014, 01:47 AM
AMUUUUUUUUUURIIIIIIIICAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA





Warning: This video contains swearing ( lots of it! )
And some weird stuff ( porn, icky stuff )

SERIOUSLY DO NOT WATCH THIS, THIS IS JUST FOR THE PEOPLE OF AMERICA THAT DIED ON PEARL HARBOR.

DON'T CLICK THIS, STOP, DUDE STOP, OMG STOP, WHAT ARE YOU DOING

PLEASE STOP OMG I WILL REKT YOU IF YOU DON'T


Thank you for stopping :hat:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1mlCPMYtPk

ReLocate
12-08-2014, 01:51 AM
My Great Grand father fought was killed in it! RIP TO THE SOLDIERS!

BlaZinG
12-08-2014, 01:53 AM
#NoOneCaresAboutThePhilippinesAnymore

No one remembers that more lives were lost at the Philippines right after the bombing.

abt79
12-08-2014, 02:36 AM
#NoOneCaresAboutThePhilippinesAnymore

No one remembers that more lives were lost at the Philippines right after the bombing.

Because they aren't America.

And because they started it.

And because Japan.

TrishaxKris
12-08-2014, 02:37 AM
Because they aren't America.

And because they started it.

And because Japan.

Philippines didn't start it, we were the ones enslaved ._.

abt79
12-08-2014, 02:39 AM
Philippines didn't start it, we were the ones enslaved ._.

Then collateral.

syrup
12-08-2014, 03:21 AM
Lets also not forget the atomic bomb on Hiroshima wiped out 90 percent of the city and immediately killed 80,000 people; tens of thousands more later died of radiation exposure. Three days later, a second B-29 dropped another A-bomb on Nagasaki, killing an estimated 40,000 people.

thx muricu

BlaZinG
12-08-2014, 03:22 AM
Then collateral.

It wasn't collateral bro.
It was intentional.

Coinman32
12-08-2014, 03:47 AM
Lets also not forget the atomic bomb on Hiroshima wiped out 90 percent of the city and immediately killed 80,000 people; tens of thousands more later died of radiation exposure. Three days later, a second B-29 dropped another A-bomb on Nagasaki, killing an estimated 40,000 people.

thx muricu

This ^, noone seems to remember anything except what happened to america :nope:.

Piggeh
12-08-2014, 04:01 AM
Read a book about it in class a long time ago. The event was pretty sad.

#PearlHarbor

Amiable
12-08-2014, 04:40 AM
nty but i will continue to disrespect them
You just went there. So did I. 'Murica nuked you.

http://media3.giphy.com/media/Ay6HrZVsDYuvS/200.gif

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#NoOneCaresAboutThePhilippinesAnymore

No one remembers that more lives were lost at the Philippines right after the bombing.
Because you all part of the US colonial thingy. US stopped the Japan. LOL.

Sidewynder
12-08-2014, 06:56 AM
This ^, noone seems to remember anything except what happened to america :nope:.

This was America's way of saying "Japan wanna take cheap shots? We can do that too. Cross the line again and #RememberHiroshima".

I'm not justifying the atomic bomb but don't forget the Japanese THOUGHT that Pearl Harbor was fully occupied, meaning, they had full intent on killing tons of Americans for no damn reason at all. Luckily, most of the fleets weren't at Pearl Harbor but people still died.

Japan tried to take a cheap shot. America was sending a message back. Only difference is America didn't miss.

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This ^, noone seems to remember anything except what happened to america :nope:.

Because America was minding its own damn business when Japan decided to stir the pot. It's Japan's fault. They could have left America the hell alone. They didn't HAVE to bomb Pearl Harbor. America wasn't even in the war for Pete sake. Japan started it. America finished it. Sad to say, but America finished it.

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Lets also not forget the atomic bomb on Hiroshima wiped out 90 percent of the city and immediately killed 80,000 people; tens of thousands more later died of radiation exposure. Three days later, a second B-29 dropped another A-bomb on Nagasaki, killing an estimated 40,000 people.

thx muricu

The atomic bomb was a result of an "attempt" by the Japanese to kill thousands of innocent Americans who were minding their own business. Japan came out of nowhere to kill people for what? America wasn't even in the war. So what was their motive? Easy. None. A cheap shot.

Amiable
12-08-2014, 06:57 AM
This was America's way of saying "Japan wanna take cheap shots? We can do that too. Cross the line again and #RememberHiroshima".

I'm not justifying the atomic bomb but don't forget the Japanese THOUGHT that Pearl Harbor was fully occupied, meaning, they had full intent on killing tons of Americans for no damn reason at all. Luckily, most of the fleets weren't at Pearl Harbor but people still died.

Japan tried to take a cheap shot. America was sending a message back. Only difference is America didn't miss.

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Because America was minding its own damn business when Japan decided to stir the pot. It's Japan's fair. They could have left America the hell alone. They didn't HAVE to bomb Pearl Harbor. America wasn't even in the war for Pete sake. Japan started it. America finished it. Sad to say, but America finished it.

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The atomic bomb was a result of an "attempt" by the Japanese to kill thousands of innocent Americans who were minding their own business. Japan came out of nowhere to kill people for what? America wasn't even in the war. So what was their motive? Easy. None. A cheap shot.
Haha, Japan awakened a sleeping giant! 'Murica.

Sidewynder
12-08-2014, 07:00 AM
Haha, Japan awakened a sleeping giant! 'Murica.

No, they tried to put a bullet in the head of the sleeping giant. Turns out when they got there, the giant wasn't there, only his kids. So when the giant found out they killed his kids he went and "sploded" the idiot that tried to take a cheap shot.

MrSword48
12-08-2014, 07:14 AM
No, they tried to put a bullet in the head of the sleeping giant. Turns out when they got there, the giant wasn't there, only his kids. So when the giant found out they killed his kids he went and "sploded" the idiot that tried to take a cheap shot.

The Japanese government was the one responsible for bombing Pearl Harbor, not the entire population.

The Japanese civilians just stood there and watched the agony their government was stirring up for America then they were bombed by America as the final blow to their conflict, with Japan waving the white flag.

Japanese government was cruel to America but the innocent Japanese took the bullet rather than their government. Those who died with the bombings, either Pearl Harbor, Hiroshima or anyplace at all, who had nothing to do with conflict should be respected altogether, not cursed for what their armies have done.

VanillaRose
12-08-2014, 08:35 AM
#PearlHarbor:cry:
Fact that nobody wants to know: I went to Pearl Harbor and saw the U.S ship Arizona (it sank during the bombing of Pearl Harbor) actually pretty cool ship though it sunk, it still leaks oil due to the fact that is has about a million gallons of oil, and there were still people stuck inside the ship when it sank. :sweatdrop:

Coinman32
12-08-2014, 11:58 AM
This was America's way of saying "Japan wanna take cheap shots? We can do that too. Cross the line again and #RememberHiroshima".

I'm not justifying the atomic bomb but don't forget the Japanese THOUGHT that Pearl Harbor was fully occupied, meaning, they had full intent on killing tons of Americans for no damn reason at all. Luckily, most of the fleets weren't at Pearl Harbor but people still died.

Japan tried to take a cheap shot. America was sending a message back. Only difference is America didn't miss.

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Because America was minding its own damn business when Japan decided to stir the pot. It's Japan's fault. They could have left America the hell alone. They didn't HAVE to bomb Pearl Harbor. America wasn't even in the war for Pete sake. Japan started it. America finished it. Sad to say, but America finished it.

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The atomic bomb was a result of an "attempt" by the Japanese to kill thousands of innocent Americans who were minding their own business. Japan came out of nowhere to kill people for what? America wasn't even in the war. So what was their motive? Easy. None. A cheap shot.

Japanese civillians where minding their own damn buisness too, no matter how many people japan killed it is no excuse for killing a couple hundred thousand people who had nothing to do with anything.

Amiable
12-08-2014, 01:32 PM
Japanese civillians where minding their own damn buisness too, no matter how many people japan killed it is no excuse for killing a couple hundred thousand people who had nothing to do with anything.
Moral of the story: Don't let your government start a war which they'll possibly lose at the end.
:rolleyes:

syrup
12-08-2014, 04:52 PM
The atomic bomb was a result of an "attempt" by the Japanese to kill thousands of innocent Americans who were minding their own business. Japan came out of nowhere to kill people for what? America wasn't even in the war. So what was their motive? Easy. None. A cheap shot.

September 1940. The U.S. placed an embargo on Japan by prohibiting exports of steel, scrap iron, and aviation fuel to Japan, due to Japan's takeover of northern French Indochina.

April 1941. The Japanese signed a neutrality treaty with the Soviet Union to help prevent an attack from that direction if they were to go to war with Britain or the U.S. while taking a bigger bite out of Southeast Asia.

June 1941 through the end of July 1941. Japan occupied southern Indochina. Two days later, the U.S., Britain, and the Netherlands froze Japanese assets. This prevented Japan from buying oil, which would, in time, cripple its army and make its navy and air force completely useless.

Toward the end of 1941. With the Soviets seemingly on the verge of defeat by the Axis powers, Japan seized the opportunity to try to take the oil resources of Southeast Asia. The U.S. wanted to stop Japanese expansion but the American people were not willing to go to war to stop it. The U.S. demanded that Japan withdraw from China and Indochina, but would have settled for a token withdrawal and a promise not to take more territory.

After becoming Japan's premier in mid-October, General Tojo Hideki See Books about Tojo secretly set November 29 as the last day on which Japan would accept a settlement without war.

The Japanese military was asked to devise a war plan. They proposed to sweep into Burma, Malaya, the East Indies, and the Philippines, in addition to establishing a defensive perimeter in the central and southwest Pacific. They expected the U.S. to declare war but not to be willing to fight long or hard enough to win. Their greatest concern was that the U.S. Pacific Fleet, based in Pearl Harbor could foil their plans. As insurance, the Japanese navy undertook to cripple the Pacific Fleet by a surprise air attack.

Citation; History of Pearl Harbor (http://www.pearlharbor.org/history-of-pearl-harbor.asp)

Sidewynder
12-08-2014, 06:07 PM
September 1940. The U.S. placed an embargo on Japan by prohibiting exports of steel, scrap iron, and aviation fuel to Japan, due to Japan's takeover of northern French Indochina.

April 1941. The Japanese signed a neutrality treaty with the Soviet Union to help prevent an attack from that direction if they were to go to war with Britain or the U.S. while taking a bigger bite out of Southeast Asia.

June 1941 through the end of July 1941. Japan occupied southern Indochina. Two days later, the U.S., Britain, and the Netherlands froze Japanese assets. This prevented Japan from buying oil, which would, in time, cripple its army and make its navy and air force completely useless.

Toward the end of 1941. With the Soviets seemingly on the verge of defeat by the Axis powers, Japan seized the opportunity to try to take the oil resources of Southeast Asia. The U.S. wanted to stop Japanese expansion but the American people were not willing to go to war to stop it. The U.S. demanded that Japan withdraw from China and Indochina, but would have settled for a token withdrawal and a promise not to take more territory.

After becoming Japan's premier in mid-October, General Tojo Hideki See Books about Tojo secretly set November 29 as the last day on which Japan would accept a settlement without war.

The Japanese military was asked to devise a war plan. They proposed to sweep into Burma, Malaya, the East Indies, and the Philippines, in addition to establishing a defensive perimeter in the central and southwest Pacific. They expected the U.S. to declare war but not to be willing to fight long or hard enough to win. Their greatest concern was that the U.S. Pacific Fleet, based in Pearl Harbor could foil their plans. As insurance, the Japanese navy undertook to cripple the Pacific Fleet by a surprise air attack.

Citation; History of Pearl Harbor (http://www.pearlharbor.org/history-of-pearl-harbor.asp)

Summary of this: Japan starts shiz in taking over Indochina. America does stuff to stop them. Japan gets butthurt, attacks an almost empty harbor resulting in mostly a misfire. America says "You mad bro?" Brings the gun to a fist fight. Ends story.

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Japanese civillians where minding their own damn buisness too, no matter how many people japan killed it is no excuse for killing a couple hundred thousand people who had nothing to do with anything.

Tell their government not to bring a knife to a gunfight next time.

Vilkku99
12-18-2014, 07:09 AM
The Empire of Japan attacked to Pearl Harbour because The USA had setted a trade embargo to Japan who needed oil. (This is btw actually the same as the complication with Russia now...)
In total of deaths:
USA; 418 500
Japan; 2 600 000
The USA of course ended that war and that's great but still I think it ended it wrong when I'm looking at the deaths and 148 900 of them was made by atomic bombs to Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The war would be ended soon without atomic :nuke: bombs also because Japan was out of food etc. so it had to surrender.
I'm not saying that The USA was the only one who made mistakes. Japan did also by attacking to Pearl Harbour and starting the WW2.

If some of you are hating Japan and Japanese people for this I beg you to stop it! Humans change. Those Japanese were little stupid but now what I know Japanese are really great as a person. I'd really like to go to Japan and have some Japanese friends.:o

Oh and also: #RememberPearlHarbour, #RememberHiroshima and #RememberNagasaki.:hug:

CoryT
12-18-2014, 07:14 AM
On this day, 73 years ago, Pearl Harbor was bombed. It was an event which caused the United States to enter the Second World War. Many lives were lost in the process of these events. In America, Pearl Harbor is a big deal. You don't have to reply anything to this thread but if you do, reply:

#PearlHarbor

I really didn't want to remmeber this
because im half japanese and well... you know


But I respect those who lives are lost

Both Japan and North America

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Lets also not forget the atomic bomb on Hiroshima wiped out 90 percent of the city and immediately killed 80,000 people; tens of thousands more later died of radiation exposure. Three days later, a second B-29 dropped another A-bomb on Nagasaki, killing an estimated 40,000 people.

thx muricu

:cry::cry::cry:
im half japanese