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Stop complaining. Do just like Gengis the biggest asian slayer ever. Read the quote below and learn from the Khan how to kick some ass.

From an early age, Genghis was forced to contend with the brutality of life on the Mongolian Steppe. Rival Tatars poisoned his father when he was only nine, and his own tribe later expelled his family and left his mother to raise her seven children alone. Genghis grew up hunting and foraging to survive, and as an adolescent he may have even murdered his own half-brother in a dispute over food. During his teenage years, rival clans abducted both he and his young wife, and Genghis spent time as a slave before making a daring escape. Despite all these hardships, by his early 20s he had established himself as a formidable warrior and leader. After amassing an army of supporters, he began forging alliances with the heads of important tribes. By 1206, he had successfully consolidated the steppe confederations under his banner and began to turn his attention to outside conquest.
 
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man... it's not fair... wish i had some rival tatars messing with my family to raise my test levels...
 

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Only reason he slayed is because he had sex slaves

not because women wanted him
 

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Reflex said:
Only reason he slayed is because he had sex slaves

not because women wanted him

Genghis Khan, the ultimate alpha male
Are you distantly related to Genghis Khan? If you have Asian and/or European ancestors, you just might be.
A recent study was done to look at the Y chromosomes of 2,123 men across Asia. An astonishing 1 in 12 men shared the same Y chromosome. If this ratio holds up, that would mean 16 million males or 1 out of every 200 living males share this Y chromosome.
Early results indicate that the distant "father" of all these men was from the Mongolia area around 800-1200 years ago. Who could have fathered all of these males? The most obvious candidate is Genghis Khan.
Genghis Khan lived from 1162-1227 and raped and pillaged from Mongolia to the gates of Vienna. Once he captured a village or town, he would essentially kill all the men and rape the women.
While deplorable from a social point of view, it seems to have been wildly successful from a biological point of view. As I said above, 1 in 200 males today may trace their lineage to Genghis and his sons.
Of course, this is a guess because we don't have Genghis Khan's DNA. His tomb remains hidden although the search is on to find it. Once we have his DNA, then we can determine if he really was as prolific as this data suggests.
http://genetics.thetech.org/original_news/news11
 
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