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"...if they were nothing more than mere vandals, I would never have contacted the FBI."[1]
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A '''navy''' is the portion of a nations [[armed forces]] made up of sailors and [[warships]], and (since 1917), naval aviation.
  
Brian Macdonald, alias Karajou, is one of the most active Conservapedia generals admirals swabbies and a disgusting pile of flotsam in the waters of life. He possesses the strength, fury, intellect and ruthlessness of a hurricane.
 
  
Karajou is one of the best busiest troll-destructor sysops at Conservapedia, as his method involves automatic blocking of users who may happen to live near where a previous suspect has left their mark; the drawback of this onslaught is a bit too much collateral damage. To fix this, he has refused to enable his email checkbox, effectively forcing editors to bother contact somebody else instead. As of 28/01/08, he has claimed twelve /16 IP's souls, preventing Conservapedia from growing rapidly and the truth from setting you free.
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[[File:NAVY1908.jpg|thumb|550px|U.S. Navy recruiting poster, 1908]]
  
Reading comprehension is not his forte; much like RobSmith, debating with Karajou often leaves the impression that he isn't really aware of what you're saying, much less able to comprehend the logic behind it. But unlike Rob, Karajou is likely to become very angry that anyone has dared question him. He doesn't like being called Kowardjou, either.
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==See also==
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* [[American naval history]]
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* [[United States Navy]]
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* [[Royal Navy]]
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* [[The KAL 007 related Soviet/ U.S naval confrontation]]
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==External links==
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*[http://bertschlossberg.blogspot.com/ The Russian ramming attempt over KAL 007: a personal account]
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[[Category:Navy]]

Latest revision as of 08:35, 29 July 2016

A navy is the portion of a nations armed forces made up of sailors and warships, and (since 1917), naval aviation.


U.S. Navy recruiting poster, 1908

See also

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