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A Convict Christmas

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Dec 16, 2010 | 5:43 AM EST

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Made for college, it's short, if you don't like that oh well fuck you


*Thanks Tom xxxxxxx



Rated 5 / 5 stars

to hogy

Uh, DUH!!!!! Everyone know that it's a German song. I mean, everybody learned that in elementary school when they had to sing it for the stupidlly gay Christmas play. Why? Because there just always had to be the kid in the back that couldn't shut up and just had to ask "Gee teacher, who came up with Silent Night".

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

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to CanofRage

Silent Night was written 1816 in austria, in Salzbug and it was called Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht. Basically at this time Salzburg was a german town.
That means it is an german song.

The animation is really good and I think I understand the message, but I have some trouble to get the real christmas feeling ; )
Oh and sorry for my bad english, I am from Germany XD

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

i liked it but..

was it really worth the effort of anamating?


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

In Response to GregoryShitcock's Comment...

GregoryShitcock, that was probably the dumbest fucking thing I've ever heard in my entire life. Am I to believe that the Germans were just, like, staying in the same camp as their enemies? Or close enough to them to hear what they're saying? Get real man, this is World War 2 you're talking about, not the fucking Civil War.

I'm laughing my ass off right now at your complete ignorance towards any and all things WW2, you say "Axis" and "Allies" instead of specifying, like they're all just bundled up in one big camp there.

Oh, and "there was this one battle between the Axis and the Allies that lasted all day"... I hate to break it to you bro, but there was a battle between them that lasted for 6 fucking years, we call it World War 2.

Also, not all Germans were Nazis. Not all Nazis were German. And American camps don't usually come up in actual war stories, Russians fought pretty much the entire war for everybody else despite what you think you know.

Last thing, a side note really, but the Germans don't sing Silent Night. At least not in a way that could be easily distinguishable as Silent Night to an American speaker.

Read a book. PEACE


Rated 5 / 5 stars


really, the time length made it, if you had stretched it out, no doubt you'd have risked adding something stupid and lowering the overall value of the production :P