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  1. #26
    Because I choose to. Neo.'s Avatar
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    He's from Europe but he is not European
    dude was born in europe

    grew up in europe

    native language is a european language

    hes european

  2. #27
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    Not European my dude. No racist, just obvious
    you're literally re ed

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    coffee's for closers FrostKing's Avatar
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    dude was born in europe

    grew up in europe

    native language is a european language

    hes european
    Not a drop of European blood

  4. #29
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    Not a drop of European blood
    blood isnt a prerequisite for being a certain nationality

    do your research moron

  5. #30
    coffee's for closers FrostKing's Avatar
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    blood isnt a prerequisite for being a certain nationality

    do your research moron
    Borders change. Nations come and go. DNA remains.

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    NostraSpurMus phxspurfan's Avatar
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    you're literally re ed
    Ok boomer

  8. #33
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    Borders change. Nations come and go. DNA remains.
    yes well we are talking about nationality here, so DNA literally means absolutely nothing

    nice try got

  9. #34
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    clever !

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    R.C. Drunkford TimDunkem's Avatar
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    Giannis is more European than you
    Goddamn

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    Bjelica is better at almost everything than Davis Bertans-- better rebound numbers, assists, steals, defense, 2pt%, etc... even his 3pt% is higher this year. Bjelica could easily be a starter on a great team. Bertans is still a nice bench piece, but not a quality starter on a good team.

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    Borders change. Nations come and go. DNA remains.

    FrostKing and Millennial Messiah are always the resident White Supremacists on this website.

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    Bjelica is better at almost everything than Davis Bertans-- better rebound numbers, assists, steals, defense, 2pt%, etc... even his 3pt% is higher this year. Bjelica could easily be a starter on a great team. Bertans is still a nice bench piece, but not a quality starter on a good team.
    Bjelica this year is fat old slow and unathletic turd.

  14. #39
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    Not a drop of European blood
    WtH is European blood?

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    coffee's for closers FrostKing's Avatar
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    WtH is European blood?
    The genetic makeup of the original inhabitants of the region. Cro-Magnons. Tens of thousands of years of evolution tied to the climate and geography.

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    The genetic makeup of the original inhabitants of the region. Cro-Magnons. Tens of thousands of years of evolution tied to the climate and geography.
    You mean Neanderthals?

  17. #42
    coffee's for closers FrostKing's Avatar
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    You mean Neanderthals?
    Correct.

  18. #43
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    I thought they were generally extinct. There are small genetic traces of them in all humans but they are in pretty much every single geographic region.

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