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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#7 - tyranious
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It always anoys me, when "Anarchy" are mentioned in posts like these. because that have nothing to do with anarchy..


I know, i'm a sorry little **** for making a comment about politics. but come on, anarchy is not that hard to understand once you start reading about it.
User avatar #9 to #7 - kabookifish
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Anarchy is being used as a synonym for lawlessness. While I personally don't believe that interpretation of anarchy is valid, it's use has become a little too widespread to ignore.

Like you said, if people just took the time to read up they'd learn most schools of anarchy are non-violent. >_>
#15 to #9 - tyranious
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But Anarchy is not equal lawlessness. it's mainly our present media who have constructed the ideer of "Anarchy = Chaos". and that was what i tried to highlight in the first comment.

But i'm glad someone actually knows that Anarchy (primarily the Anarcho-Capitalistic school of anarchy) is non-violent.
User avatar #17 to #15 - kabookifish
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I know it's not. All I said is that people have started to accept that meaning through widespread use. It irks me as well.
#13 to #9 - tyranious
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But Anarchy is not equal lawlessness. it's mainly our present media who have constructed the ideer of "Anarchy = Chaos". and that was what i tried to highlight in the first comment.
User avatar #16 - likeabosslikeaboss
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why was the chicken unable to cross the road?



Because it was disabled
User avatar #14 - mdmazing
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Crossing the road means suicide, and 'to get to the other side' means the place where you go after death, hence 'see you on the other side'. And it's a joke because for some people that think suicide is a cowardice action.
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User avatar #5 - admiralen
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no chickenlike creatures go to heaven though
but rocks do
User avatar #3 - sienimies
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You know, just today i saw a tumblr post here saying that it is a suicide joke.
User avatar #4 to #3 - sienimies
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And only now i realize that an anon said this right under me.
User avatar #10 to #3 - iloveburzum
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Yeah, i've seen that too.
Its not though.

The entire premise of the joke is "oh yeah, hrrm, why WOULD a chicken cross a road anyway?" And then they fire off the most obvious reason, the only reason anything would cross a road really.

A bit like "how do you fit an elephant in a fridge?" "open the door, insert the elephant, close the door"

Its very simple.
#1 - anon id: 959defe7
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...its funnier when you realize its about suicide..
User avatar #11 to #1 - iloveburzum
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Its not. It makes a tiny amount of sense as a suicide joke, but its not very funny.
As a simple joke that messes with our expectations, its much better.
User avatar #12 to #1 - jpthecursed
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It's an antijoke, where the punchline is something incredibly obvious.
Nothing more, nothing less.

Here's another: "What did the farmer say when he lost his tractor?"

"Where's my tractor?"