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Putting things in Perspective

Well, perhaps it's really not this bad? Or is it?

Hitler reacts to Oracle Team USA's America's Cup loss. - YouTube
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Re: Putting things in Perspective

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Oracle USA 17 capsizes, Larry Ellison finds out:
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Re: Putting things in Perspective

I just realized I'm watching Hitler videos on Yom Kippur. I'm going to hell.
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