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Internet as World Peace maker

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I mean, however would George Washington have managed the Inchon landings if he was tweeting about it every 5 minutes?

WWII would never have started as Hitler would be looking at cute puppy pics on the net,while leaving snarky comments on Goering's Facebook page.

not_morrison_rm, Jan 12 2019

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[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Jan 12 2019]

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       // Goering //   

       Sp. "Göring"
8th of 7, Jan 12 2019
  

       How'd you do that umlout (spelling?) thing?
doctorremulac3, Jan 12 2019
  

       //How'd you do that//   

       Personally I Google then copy paste (when I can bother to), how [8th] does it not a clue.
Skewed, Jan 12 2019
  

       Here you go. [link]   

       // How'd you do that umlout (spelling?) thing? //   

       Education. It's probably uncommon where you come from.   

       Sp. "Umlaut" (or Diaeresis)
8th of 7, Jan 12 2019
  

       An umlaut is not the same thing as a diaeresis. Göring had an umlaut. Coöperate and reëlection (strictly speaking) each have a diaeresis.   

       The umlaut modifies the pronunciation of a single vowel. The diaeresis indicates that two vowels are not to be merged.   

       I have a horrible feeling that I may have learned that here.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 13 2019
  

       An apple omelette ... interesting. What do you serve with it ?   

       // An umlaut is not the same thing as a diaeresis //   

       Yes, we know. The linguistic function is different, but the cymbal is the same.   

       // I may have learned that here //   

       A disturbing though. If people start learning things* - or think they're learning things - from the halfbakery, the consequences could be disastrous.   

       *Other than pedantry, disrespect, sarcasm, irony, bathos and spoon-balancing, that is.
8th of 7, Jan 13 2019
  
      
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