Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Hitler and the iSketch

DISCLAIMER: the author of this post cannot be held responsible for the consequences that may be derived from the knowledge that you acquire by reading this, such as (but not limited to), the total and absolute addiction to iSketch, which ultimately may lead to the total loss of your social life. You've been warned. Continue at your own risk.

If you don't know what iSketch is, then it is best that you remain ignorant about it. Nevertheless, if you choose to continue, do so at your own risk (see DISCLAIMER).

iSketch is like an on-line Pictionary with the difference that you can play with people from around the world. It is highly addictive, very stressing but most of all, super-fun.

But as any addiction, the absence of the natural addictive element may have brutal consequences. To this day, people still think that the role of Hitler in WWII was due to some hatred towards Jewish people.

I was able to travel back in time and obtain the necessary proof to show you what the real reason behind Hitler's rage was:

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