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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - beren
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Don't be caught unprepared in the following religious *********! Here, take this!
#5 to #4 - anon id: e9b5be5c
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**** YOU gay FAGGOT ****
NOT GONNA GO UNDER YOUR FAGGOT ASS UMBRELLA FAGGOT
User avatar #7 to #5 - avatarisawesome
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Time flies when you're a faggot
#408 to #7 - iamtheblackgoat
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I've been on this site for 3 years, and for absolutely no ******* reason, this is far and away my favorite comment ever
#488 to #408 - avatarisawesome
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thank you
User avatar #491 to #7 - herself
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******* hell. I was at my school's musical, and they said "Time flies when you're in love." This was the first thing I thought of. I couldn't stop myself from laughing my balls out. Everyone else was staring at me and it just fueled my hysteria. I ended up getting kicked out of the theater because I couldn't contain it. By far one of the funniest posts I've ever seen.
#492 to #491 - avatarisawesome
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Glad to make someone happy
Glad to make someone happy
#460 to #7 - anon id: 47e31775
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... I love you... that was probably the funniest post of the week, thank you for reminding me of it, have a thumb
#454 to #7 - anon id: 469d0508
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eyy no need to be a hypocrite
#444 to #7 - anon id: 51e1c322
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Is this the new funny thing we stole from 4chan?
#9 to #5 - beren
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I ain't even gay. Just thought it was a damn fine umbrella.
#132 to #9 - thepenumbras **User deleted account**
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#452 to #5 - awesumjjman
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#422 to #5 - anon id: dbccce27
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shut up meg
User avatar #474 to #5 - octaviano
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Shut up, meg.
User avatar #459 to #5 - lolnose
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shut up meg
User avatar #369 to #5 - fuckdisshit
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shut up meg
#10 to #4 - anon id: 2046be40
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Well, it didn't say we should remove the church from tax exemption, even if it's implied. It really doesn't say anything negative about religion, so I don't give a crap.
#337 to #4 - anon id: d5304be7
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Btw that umbrella is fabulous.
#416 to #337 - anon id: 41a2969b
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OH MY GOD THEY REALLY CHANGED THE NAME TO MEG, OH **** MY SIDES
#443 to #416 - anon id: 344fd275
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My name is Ron. I want you to respect my decision.
User avatar #485 to #443 - classybot
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Shut up, Meg
#494 to #4 - underlois
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Too late
#100 to #4 - ohgodwaitimatheist
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MFW
MFW
User avatar #61 - jalthelas
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**jalthelas rolls 2,142,412** How much I spend on lotion and tissues annually.
#142 to #61 - mytrakytra
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Comment Picture
#79 to #61 - bacontheive
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what
#478 to #61 - eccleston
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Nice, you broke the system.
#65 to #61 - BrayBoy
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Comment Picture
User avatar #68 to #61 - tenaciousjon
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Win?
User avatar #72 to #61 - somekornchick
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you rolled a palindrome...
#99 to #61 - zorororonoa
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Palindrome....
User avatar #83 to #61 - mrmontombo
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I think you did it. You won. Your done life. Good job.
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#120 to #105 - roarflmao
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Do you have any data on the chances of getting a palindrome with 8 numbers at random?

Just curious, cant brain right now so i have no idea how to do that.
#177 to #120 - anon id: dab1897e
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for 8 numbers it is has a theoretical probability of 0.1% or 1/1000
#182 to #177 - roarflmao
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Okay.. But how to you calculate that? I just cant brain that.
#239 to #182 - anon id: dab1897e
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for example a=1
there is a 10% chance that h is 1
#230 to #182 - anon id: dab1897e
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abcdefgh
the odds of a=h is 10% for there are 10 digits to choose from (0-9)
the odds of b=g is 10%
the odds of c=f is 10%
the odds of d=e is 10%
turn them into fractions and get 1/10
(1/10)*(1/10)*(1/10)*(1/10)=1/10000
yes my original math was wrong the answer is 0.01%
#258 to #230 - roarflmao
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You helped me find the correct answer, sorry for having to correct you but, the first 4 digits, as it is 7 instead of 8 as i missviewed it. Can be 4 random and they're completly irrelevant since the last 3 (middle one free digit) need to be the same, they have 1000 different combinations therefore 1/1000
#300 to #258 - anon id: dab1897e
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Yeah my first math was wrong because i accidentally plugged in the math for a 7 digit number even though you said 8, because the first guy who rolled rolled a 7 digit.
#313 to #300 - roarflmao
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But one in a thousand is 0.1%, so yeah, you where correct the first time, hard to know since i dont know if you're one anon :D
#425 to #313 - anon id: dbccce27
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0.0001
#254 to #230 - roarflmao
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Thanks i understand now, realized the 3 last digits where the only important ones
#475 to #105 - stokkeprygl
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But all the quints are also the same backwards and forwards, so how can it be rarer?
#114 to #61 - iamjustheretoroll
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**iamjustheretoroll rolls 95,555**
User avatar #127 to #114 - jalthelas
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Nice.
#138 to #127 - iamjustheretoroll
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Weell.... I still miss the last 5er :<
User avatar #143 to #138 - jalthelas
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It's ok.

At least you tried.
#149 to #143 - iamjustheretoroll
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**iamjustheretoroll rolled a random comment #1187919 posted by thepsycho at Friendly ** :
Terran master race.
thanks for your supportive comments! your roll was awesome as well! have this random picture
#152 to #149 - iamjustheretoroll
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fail/win! I was supposed to roll picture, but i typed comment.. im ****** sleepy...
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User avatar #257 to #256 - jalthelas
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Which totally explains why his comment JUST BELOW THIS ONE is normal white text.
User avatar #62 to #61 - jalthelas
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What the ****... It's the same number backwards as it is forwards.
#80 to #62 - drainbramage
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YFW
YFW
#75 - EdwardNigma
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I don't give a **** about what either of them are saying for the most part.

All I know is, that little ******* trooper is on Mars, doing some damn fine science ******** and is getting me closer and closer to living on Mars.
User avatar #360 to #75 - spysappinmysasha
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meh, im much more suited for Ship life. Space ship life. If I can live on a space ship at least for a while that would be pretty cool
#465 to #75 - hairibar
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but, will you want to live there? I mean, there won't be too much to do, and you'd also spend a ******* fortune. Also, how much time do you need to reach there? (It's a real question, I'm not sure.
User avatar #467 to #465 - EdwardNigma
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I checked the site of that mars one thing.

It requires previous training then a **** load more.
I don't have time for all the training it requires, nor do I plan to go into a field of study where I will get the training needed beforehand. And it's a one way trip, you can't go back once you're there and I don't know if I can truly part with my family.

Hopefully one day in my life time, space ships are fast enough and good enough to get there quick and efficiently, then back. Until then, I'll settle for other things.
User avatar #484 to #467 - hatesmlp
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Beautiful comment
#78 to #75 - zombieplayground
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There's also supposed to be an meteor that hits mars in like 2016 or something thats supposed to be the equivalent of the meteor that took out the dinosaurs. He'll be dead in a couple years.
#81 to #78 - EdwardNigma
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#103 to #78 - desacabose
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#89 to #78 - comanderspy
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omg, imagine getting a live feed of that ****.
omg, imagine getting a live feed of that ****.
#164 to #78 - joehue
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Mars One has planned a 10 year training program for the astronauts chosen, so let's say they had their recruits and began training now. It wouldn't be until 2023 the program would send the astronauts to Mars, so about 7 or so more years(Have to take preparations into account) after your little asteroid takes a swing at Mars they wouldn't leave the planet.

This program seems pretty cool though, but the one thing that probably makes a lot of people go 'no' is that it may be a one way trip only from what they said, so in other words if you're planning to go to Mars don't plan on being able to come back for the rest of your life. I hope there's internet.
User avatar #91 to #78 - hydraetis
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one thing that confuses me about that is I thought the meteor killing the dinosaurs thing was still largely just a theory
#190 to #91 - zombieplayground
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Its the most accepted one. Kind of like how gravity is a theory. Yes there are people who believe that the dinosaurs died because their farts created so much methane that they all burned to death from green house gasses. Doesn't make it so.
#118 to #91 - tomthehippie
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It is a theory, but a largely accepted one. Right after the stone layer we find dinosaur fossils in, there is a very thin layer we find all over the world that was formed from a massive amount of dust that somehow got in the atmosphere and then settled.

There is other evidence as well, but that is one of the strongest points for the meteor theory.
User avatar #102 to #91 - rokkarokkaali
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Isn't there like... a giant ******* crater in Mexico because of the meteor?
I remember reading it in a bunch of books when I loved dinosaurs
#349 to #102 - anon id: e2cb2f36
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Yes, and it's not the gulf of Mexico. It's actually located on the Yucatan peninsula in southern Mexico. Look at the pictures of it's size. It's a huge ************.
User avatar #352 to #349 - rokkarokkaali
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shut up meg
#129 to #102 - anon id: 58820b0a
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It's called the Gulf of Mexico.
#84 to #75 - mankey
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#85 to #84 - EdwardNigma
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One day...
User avatar #90 to #85 - mankey
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Feel free to sign up when they start recruiting. mars-one.com/en/
#370 to #84 - iamtheblackgoat
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Signed up for this when it first started...I can't wait for application emails to go out

even though I know I'll never make it past the first round of selection
User avatar #12 - mynameisgeorge
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If you take any church's tax exempt status away, you'd have to take it from the ASPCA or the Children's Cancer and Blood Organization

They get it for being charity organizations, not for being churches

Also, the military's inventions get put back into the economy as well.

Ever heard of microwave ovens, r smoke detectors? Not to mention countless medical and transportation advancements being developed right now and put into civilian use

Oh, and also ARPANET, you may know its commercial offshoot, the ******* internet
#26 to #12 - taintedangel
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MFW you think the Church is charitable with the money they recieve from donations.
#28 to #26 - mynameisgeorge
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MFW you think building schools, giving money to poorer people in the congregation, and making fundraisers for charities don't qualify as charitable donation
User avatar #29 to #28 - taintedangel
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The Vatican. 'Nuff said.
User avatar #31 to #29 - mynameisgeorge
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You mean that place that heads the creation of homes, schools, and running water for African nations?
#108 to #31 - ajaxthegreat
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That may be true, but I think thing like
<----this
should be considered as well.
Maybe they balance each other out
User avatar #297 to #108 - cadaverbox
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Catholics have only had the vatican for about 15 years and the quintillions of dollars its worth was drummed out of thin air
User avatar #455 to #29 - ICEDgrunge
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A church in my community that I was not even a member of pulled me out of homelessness. They got me a ******* home. I will never forget that and will forever be indebted to that place. I am quite certain that that is quite an example of charity, and if it's not, then explain to me the fallacy in this.
#30 to #29 - anon id: 7055b35a
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The Vatican is probably one of the institutions that donates most money to charity every year.
#76 to #12 - anon id: f65f5430
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And on average only around 10% of charitable donations actually go towards the cost. The itemss and Coordinators etc. get most of the profit.
#213 to #12 - anon id: 37d9630a
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still using the money on other things than the military would help more. There is a reason why not every country uses half their GDP on military equipment
User avatar #490 to #213 - mynameisgeorge
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Yeah, other countries spend so much less on their militaries because the US spends so much

They can afford to save the money because the US is most countries' main line of defense
#330 to #12 - samjamfan
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I'm a devout christian and I too believe we have alot more money than we should
I'm a devout christian and I too believe we have alot more money than we should
User avatar #55 to #12 - drastronomy
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You are correct, but do not you think they could just invest in science instead of military for the same effect?
User avatar #60 to #55 - mynameisgeorge
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Well, the military does a lot of science

Any of those bipedal or quadropedal robots you see are made by the military

They also develop lasers, and are working on cloaking devices and forcefields by using light

But I see your point, I'm sure cutting some funding to give it to certain fields of science would be extremely beneficial

User avatar #48 - RJHammerCock
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Tax the Church, which is a non-profit organization that runs entirely on private donations. Hmm lets think about that for a minute.
User avatar #333 to #48 - samjamfan
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i'm pretty sure alot of things are run that way, but they have taxes
#374 to #48 - anon id: 6724b54c
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Wtf does the church even do with it, besides gettin hoes for dem popes...
#279 to #48 - slyve
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The church doesn't run entirely on donations.

Every catholic pays a small percentage of their income to the church every month. I'm not sure how much exactly, though.

But most of their money comes from investments they made with the money they got. You know, something everyone can do if they have money. And everyone gets taxed for it. Except the church.
#380 to #279 - RedRooster
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I'm Catholic, I do not pay small percentage of my income every month and nobody I know that is Catholic does this. Usually we just give a few dollars on Sundays. However much you want. If you're a member of the parish they send you envelopes to put the money in. It's not really required, they won't kick you out if you don't.
I don't think you actually know what you're talking about.


User avatar #382 to #380 - slyve
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I'm from germany, we have an actual church tax. So if you belong to the catholic church, they take that money every month and it goes directly to the church. Nothing you can do about it, except to leave the church altogether.

I have to admit, i didn't know that this was different from country to country, i thought it was the same for every country.

Still, my main point was that the main income of the church are their investments in, for example, real estate. Everyone else gets taxed on that kind of revenue. Just the church doesn't because they are the church. Doesn't really make that much sense.
#398 to #382 - RedRooster
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Hm. Ok. I'm in the US, I wasn't aware it'd be different in other countries either, and actually didn't think about it.

I may be wrong, but I think the "Separation of church and state" clause in our constitution means our government can't tax the church. (among other things, obviously.) So it would be very difficult to change that even if you wanted to. I wouldn't be against it, I mean, "render unto ceasar what is ceasar's" or however that quote goes, but I wouldn't be fighting for it because our government should fix its money issues by being more responsible, not by taxing everything in existence.

Also it'd cause massive amounts of butthurt I'd rather avoid.
User avatar #404 to #398 - slyve
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True. Compared to the amount that many governments all over the world spend on stupid and/or useless ********, i think the money that is "lost" by not taxing religions doesn't even matter that much.

A friend of mine told me that the EU financed some dudes research to make carrots in other colors. He got multiple millions. Just one example. I'm not sure if this is actually true, but it wouldn't surprise me.
#310 to #279 - anon id: d77c3876
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it's 10%, and it's called tithing. protestants don't have to, and i'm not sure if it's required for catholics, but most people do it.
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#362 to #310 - anon id: 468d1333
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Catholics dont have tithing, the churches run entirely off donations
User avatar #371 to #362 - slyve
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No, they don't.
User avatar #70 to #48 - gammajk
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"non profit"
User avatar #95 to #70 - whiteyswag
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"quotations"
#1 - mugigs
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**** the earth man I want to move out into space eventually...
#82 to #1 - iseeafaggot **User deleted account**
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Neither do I, too bad it probably won't happen in our lifetime...
Neither do I, too bad it probably won't happen in our lifetime...
User avatar #86 to #1 - mondominiman
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I want to move to Canada
User avatar #25 to #1 - jazzspeaks
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Can you imagine the day you're looking for a new place to live and say out loud "huh, I hear the canyon side of the 14th Mars Colony is a great place to build equity."
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User avatar #249 to #169 - callan
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Any time I see this I just think, "And then they couldn't tell who was on who's side so the beat the **** out of everyone in site." Which really does describe internet wars.
#267 to #169 - adlerlol
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That wall of death looks amazing
That wall of death looks amazing
#56 - BIGSEXYISBACKAGAIN
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I would love to see what the republicans would say if Obama tried to remove the tax-exempt status of churches.
I would love to see what the republicans would say if Obama tried to remove the tax-exempt status of churches.
User avatar #495 to #56 - walkingdisaster
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The same **** they say all the time
User avatar #94 to #56 - whiteyswag
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No.
#97 to #56 - tiberioustyphr
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Not all Republicans are Biblefags.
#107 to #97 - BIGSEXYISBACKAGAIN
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I'm not saying they are all biblefags. I'm saying they don't approve of anything he does, especially if he did that.
I'm not saying they are all biblefags. I'm saying they don't approve of anything he does, especially if he did that.
#321 to #107 - anon id: 32d76941
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Because people turn politics into a sports game "go republicans" or "go democrats." They don't even examine their content.
#119 to #56 - cheastnut
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OMFG another Democrat trying to burn the bill of rights, what else is new.
OMFG another Democrat trying to burn the bill of rights, what else is new.
#441 - zekromslo
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$100 billion dollars
User avatar #450 to #441 - lordjask
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Why did he get thumbed down? He was just pointing out how there was '$' and 'dollars' together.
#16 - mattdoggy
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While NASA does spend large amounts of money on what seems like raw information that offers no immediate financial return, the discoveries made through space exploration have returned many things back to mankind. Everything from Dialysis, to Satellite TV, to cordless power tools all come as a direct result of NASA's space exploration and innovation.
User avatar #34 to #16 - coolcalx
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don't forget the silicon microchip.

every electronic device you own uses a silicon microchip.

you can thank NASA and space exploration in general for that.
User avatar #53 to #34 - ninjastarthrow
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*Salutes NASA*