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#391 - I'm... pretty sure incest is usually under a completely differ…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/24/2013 on coexistence is possible part 2 0
User avatar #578 - spasticpuppet (05/24/2013) [-]
Yes, me too. Hence the statement that a man DOESN'T love his brother the way he loves his wife.
#243 - Christ, use a period or a comma every once in a while, my eyes hurt. 05/24/2013 on Well at least vegans cant... +2
#59 - So he has to mention every single person who has ever attempte… 05/24/2013 on Space Rock Mining 0
#95 - ...I'm still gonna believe the data theory. 05/24/2013 on What's inside? +3
#23 - The fact that they can shift their voice so much that it's dam…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/23/2013 on Attention grabbing title +5
User avatar #24 - neednsfw (05/23/2013) [-]
Look, I know you think it's cool, but I'm telling you that the very definition of a good voice actor is that they can do many different voices. They are PAID to sound like a unique character. This guy does his job well, no doubt. But if I had posted a collection of paintings and said "Look this one painter painted all these different pictures!" everyone would be saying "So what? It's his job. It's expected that all the images wouldn't be similar." That's at least how I see it.
#26 - Riukanojutsu (05/23/2013) [-]
#7 - This seems sped up. 05/23/2013 on Mooo 0
#6 - Well, in this case it's quoting the show itself, not the guy w… 05/23/2013 on Books 0
#24 - **** if I know! Mine isn't, so I have no clue. 05/22/2013 on Penis study 0
#22 - The Glans, the colored tip of the penis, is what is known s th…  [+] (7 new replies) 05/22/2013 on Penis study +1
User avatar #23 - nightmaren (05/22/2013) [-]
I know what the head of the penis is. But since when is that larger than the shaft?
User avatar #28 - ronyx (05/22/2013) [-]
Not larger but thicker like a mushroom cap.
#29 - nightmaren (05/22/2013) [-]
#35 - bewblover (05/23/2013) [-]
Oh come on, you knew what it meant, no one is that stupid.
User avatar #37 - sinistertablecloth (05/23/2013) [-]
fuk
#26 - stinks (05/22/2013) [-]
thank you! thats all i could think about the entire time i was reading that. i mean unless you have a smaller member then i dont see how it would be possible.
User avatar #24 - Blargosnarf (05/22/2013) [-]
Fuck if I know!
Mine isn't, so I have no clue.
#29 - OMG REPOST!!! YOU TOOK THIS POST!!! OP IS A FAGGOT!!! REPOST… 05/22/2013 on Release the Kraken! -2
#39 - Okay, I'm really curious, who the hell said that? There couldn…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/22/2013 on Couldn't Have Said It Any... +2
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#56 - CIS White Male (05/22/2013) [-]
It was Todd Akin, not Romney who said that.
User avatar #48 - defeats (05/22/2013) [-]
Romney said it I believe.
#46 - polomomo (05/22/2013) [-]
Mitt Romney - hence the picture

#38 - And that's any different from a five year old trying to preach… 05/22/2013 on Couldn't Have Said It Any... +1
#7 - You want a medal?  [+] (1 new reply) 05/22/2013 on Airport Security -1
#8 - bokkos (05/22/2013) [-]
#299 - And if I study chemistry as a hobby? 05/21/2013 on LOL History -36
#135 - Exactly, that's what a time loop is, no definite start and cau…  [+] (8 new replies) 05/21/2013 on Flash 0
User avatar #195 - lamarisagoodname (05/21/2013) [-]
But humans are born and grow up to be men, not pop up out of nowhere. Unless the flash has been doing this ever since the beginning of time, it doesn't work. The rest of your argument is sound, though.
User avatar #222 - lazysuzan (05/21/2013) [-]
How about each decision he made created an equal but opposite universe in which he exist separately solely based on choice. There can be a multitude of Flash in completely different but same existences.
User avatar #223 - lamarisagoodname (05/21/2013) [-]
I'm choosing not to get into that argument, I believe time is linear and I'll happily debate that at another time, I'm just saying that unless flash is inhuman, he must have had some origin and therefore is not infinite.
User avatar #224 - lazysuzan (05/22/2013) [-]
Yes you are completely right. Abiding by your logic no infinite loop would exist. Enlighten me on how time is linear.
User avatar #225 - lamarisagoodname (05/22/2013) [-]
The whole concept of having an infinite number of universes makes sense, every decision changes the universe, and there is an equal number of universes for each decision, which is infinity. I don't agree with actually accepting this as a practical theory, sure I could change the whole universe by doing something unlike my normal self and wear a green bowtie to school and changing the progress of time, but in the universe that we live and breathe in, the one that we don't jump to and from I wore a green bowtie and the effect was so and so. I'm essentially looking at the universe that we live in out of all the other possible universes within our timeline and that's our LINEAR progression of events.

I also believe in fate, but in a weird way. By my theory, if we can look at this linear progression of events, or "timeline" and can look into the future (which is impossible, before we start making the argument that I can change my future if I know what it is, which is a solid argument) I will have already made every single decision in my life, and from my heavenly state where I can look at this timeline, I can see myself contemplate these decisions and then go to whichever decision I so chose.
User avatar #227 - lazysuzan (05/22/2013) [-]
That was extremely insightful, thank you.

Are you saying if you were to change your future due to one being capable of seeing the future, is their life ultimately an illusion of choice?
User avatar #228 - lamarisagoodname (05/22/2013) [-]
I'm saying that we control our decisions and our universe 100%, and that if we were to look ahead into the future we would see the one linear timeline or universe that we live in, and it will have all of the future decisions we will make and the future events we will experience.

No problem, I really like the ability to discuss philosophy so freely on funnyjunk
User avatar #230 - lazysuzan (05/22/2013) [-]
Thanks friend.
#111 - He gets his powers from his future. Let's think of them as t…  [+] (10 new replies) 05/21/2013 on Flash 0
#127 - CIS White Male (05/21/2013) [-]
It doesn't work like that, you must have that first step. It's like you were born because your future self did something and because of that your father met your mother. If there wasn't any first Blargosnarf, how the loop even started? How to solve this? Maybe your father met your mother later and you were born anyway. Some other Blargosnarf. Then you moved back to the past and started loop. From now your parents are together because of you.

So maybe something like that happened to first Flash - he got his power somehow (NOT because of lighting) and started the loop. Second Flash got his power from lighting (1st Flash) and so on...
Boom, no more paradox. And sorry for bad english
User avatar #135 - Blargosnarf (05/21/2013) [-]
Exactly, that's what a time loop is, no definite start and causes actions of the future that therin influence the past. I'm not saying it's a factual theory, I'm just saying how the theory works.
User avatar #195 - lamarisagoodname (05/21/2013) [-]
But humans are born and grow up to be men, not pop up out of nowhere. Unless the flash has been doing this ever since the beginning of time, it doesn't work. The rest of your argument is sound, though.
User avatar #222 - lazysuzan (05/21/2013) [-]
How about each decision he made created an equal but opposite universe in which he exist separately solely based on choice. There can be a multitude of Flash in completely different but same existences.
User avatar #223 - lamarisagoodname (05/21/2013) [-]
I'm choosing not to get into that argument, I believe time is linear and I'll happily debate that at another time, I'm just saying that unless flash is inhuman, he must have had some origin and therefore is not infinite.
User avatar #224 - lazysuzan (05/22/2013) [-]
Yes you are completely right. Abiding by your logic no infinite loop would exist. Enlighten me on how time is linear.
User avatar #225 - lamarisagoodname (05/22/2013) [-]
The whole concept of having an infinite number of universes makes sense, every decision changes the universe, and there is an equal number of universes for each decision, which is infinity. I don't agree with actually accepting this as a practical theory, sure I could change the whole universe by doing something unlike my normal self and wear a green bowtie to school and changing the progress of time, but in the universe that we live and breathe in, the one that we don't jump to and from I wore a green bowtie and the effect was so and so. I'm essentially looking at the universe that we live in out of all the other possible universes within our timeline and that's our LINEAR progression of events.

I also believe in fate, but in a weird way. By my theory, if we can look at this linear progression of events, or "timeline" and can look into the future (which is impossible, before we start making the argument that I can change my future if I know what it is, which is a solid argument) I will have already made every single decision in my life, and from my heavenly state where I can look at this timeline, I can see myself contemplate these decisions and then go to whichever decision I so chose.
User avatar #227 - lazysuzan (05/22/2013) [-]
That was extremely insightful, thank you.

Are you saying if you were to change your future due to one being capable of seeing the future, is their life ultimately an illusion of choice?
User avatar #228 - lamarisagoodname (05/22/2013) [-]
I'm saying that we control our decisions and our universe 100%, and that if we were to look ahead into the future we would see the one linear timeline or universe that we live in, and it will have all of the future decisions we will make and the future events we will experience.

No problem, I really like the ability to discuss philosophy so freely on funnyjunk
User avatar #230 - lazysuzan (05/22/2013) [-]
Thanks friend.
#41 - ...which inadvertently kills them. You know, people die when t… 05/21/2013 on it all makes sense now. -2
#70 - My dad's hair is deep brown but his mustache is light blond. Genetics. 05/21/2013 on It all makes sense +3
#69 - You mean you didn't !? My parents lied to me! 05/21/2013 on It all makes sense +4
#142 - Keep giving out death threats to every country, maybe one day … 05/21/2013 on Famous author +1
#67 - Because there is no contradiction, a loop has no begining and …  [+] (12 new replies) 05/21/2013 on Flash +1
User avatar #93 - eklipsbrate (05/21/2013) [-]
But I feel like there is a contradiction,he can't get his powers unless he already has his powers
User avatar #111 - Blargosnarf (05/21/2013) [-]
He gets his powers from his future. Let's think of them as two totally different people (even though they're not). He gets it from his future self, giving it to his past self. Kind of like passing it on to the next of kin, he passes it on to his past.
#127 - CIS White Male (05/21/2013) [-]
It doesn't work like that, you must have that first step. It's like you were born because your future self did something and because of that your father met your mother. If there wasn't any first Blargosnarf, how the loop even started? How to solve this? Maybe your father met your mother later and you were born anyway. Some other Blargosnarf. Then you moved back to the past and started loop. From now your parents are together because of you.

So maybe something like that happened to first Flash - he got his power somehow (NOT because of lighting) and started the loop. Second Flash got his power from lighting (1st Flash) and so on...
Boom, no more paradox. And sorry for bad english
User avatar #135 - Blargosnarf (05/21/2013) [-]
Exactly, that's what a time loop is, no definite start and causes actions of the future that therin influence the past. I'm not saying it's a factual theory, I'm just saying how the theory works.
User avatar #195 - lamarisagoodname (05/21/2013) [-]
But humans are born and grow up to be men, not pop up out of nowhere. Unless the flash has been doing this ever since the beginning of time, it doesn't work. The rest of your argument is sound, though.
User avatar #222 - lazysuzan (05/21/2013) [-]
How about each decision he made created an equal but opposite universe in which he exist separately solely based on choice. There can be a multitude of Flash in completely different but same existences.
User avatar #223 - lamarisagoodname (05/21/2013) [-]
I'm choosing not to get into that argument, I believe time is linear and I'll happily debate that at another time, I'm just saying that unless flash is inhuman, he must have had some origin and therefore is not infinite.
User avatar #224 - lazysuzan (05/22/2013) [-]
Yes you are completely right. Abiding by your logic no infinite loop would exist. Enlighten me on how time is linear.
User avatar #225 - lamarisagoodname (05/22/2013) [-]
The whole concept of having an infinite number of universes makes sense, every decision changes the universe, and there is an equal number of universes for each decision, which is infinity. I don't agree with actually accepting this as a practical theory, sure I could change the whole universe by doing something unlike my normal self and wear a green bowtie to school and changing the progress of time, but in the universe that we live and breathe in, the one that we don't jump to and from I wore a green bowtie and the effect was so and so. I'm essentially looking at the universe that we live in out of all the other possible universes within our timeline and that's our LINEAR progression of events.

I also believe in fate, but in a weird way. By my theory, if we can look at this linear progression of events, or "timeline" and can look into the future (which is impossible, before we start making the argument that I can change my future if I know what it is, which is a solid argument) I will have already made every single decision in my life, and from my heavenly state where I can look at this timeline, I can see myself contemplate these decisions and then go to whichever decision I so chose.
User avatar #227 - lazysuzan (05/22/2013) [-]
That was extremely insightful, thank you.

Are you saying if you were to change your future due to one being capable of seeing the future, is their life ultimately an illusion of choice?
User avatar #228 - lamarisagoodname (05/22/2013) [-]
I'm saying that we control our decisions and our universe 100%, and that if we were to look ahead into the future we would see the one linear timeline or universe that we live in, and it will have all of the future decisions we will make and the future events we will experience.

No problem, I really like the ability to discuss philosophy so freely on funnyjunk
User avatar #230 - lazysuzan (05/22/2013) [-]
Thanks friend.
#32 - All Angels are statues, but not all statues are Angels. Sure, …  [+] (2 new replies) 05/21/2013 on it all makes sense now. -1
#39 - CIS White Male (05/21/2013) [-]
Angels don't kill people they hold them captive and feed off their life force till the person dies of natural causes. Learn to WHO.
User avatar #41 - Blargosnarf (05/21/2013) [-]
...which inadvertently kills them. You know, people die when they are killed. Plus, that episode with the hundreds of Angels on a broken old ship says different, they decided to kill everyone instead of teleporting them into the past.

Plus, unless the cannon changed without my know-how, Angels don't hold you captive, they thrust you into the past equivalent to how long it would take you to die of natural causes, they feed from the energy that was reserved for you in the timeline... or some shit, not quite sure how it works.
#26 - You idiot, not all statues are angles!  [+] (4 new replies) 05/21/2013 on it all makes sense now. -3
#30 - CIS White Male (05/21/2013) [-]
How far are you in doctor who because there is an episode where all the statues in New York are angels which leaves it to be assumed there are weeping angels everywhere
User avatar #32 - Blargosnarf (05/21/2013) [-]
All Angels are statues, but not all statues are Angels. Sure, they could be everywhere, or they could just be ordinary statues. If every statue ever was an Angel then they would have no problem killing anyone.
#39 - CIS White Male (05/21/2013) [-]
Angels don't kill people they hold them captive and feed off their life force till the person dies of natural causes. Learn to WHO.
User avatar #41 - Blargosnarf (05/21/2013) [-]
...which inadvertently kills them. You know, people die when they are killed. Plus, that episode with the hundreds of Angels on a broken old ship says different, they decided to kill everyone instead of teleporting them into the past.

Plus, unless the cannon changed without my know-how, Angels don't hold you captive, they thrust you into the past equivalent to how long it would take you to die of natural causes, they feed from the energy that was reserved for you in the timeline... or some shit, not quite sure how it works.
#61 - That's not a paradox, there is nothing contradicting itself, t…  [+] (14 new replies) 05/21/2013 on Flash 0
User avatar #66 - eklipsbrate (05/21/2013) [-]
But he had to go back in time to become energy and then strike himself to get the powers,but to go back in time he would have to already have those powers and to have them he would have to receive them from himself.How is that not a paradox?
User avatar #67 - Blargosnarf (05/21/2013) [-]
Because there is no contradiction, a loop has no begining and no end, it always has been. A paradox would be if he did something to prevent himself from ever getting his powers. If he didn't have powers he wouldn't be able to travel back to stop himself, thus being able to acquire powers- a contradiction in time. Think of a string performing a lopp-de-loop, Flash is born, he gets hit by lightning. Becomes flash, goes back in time and turns out he's the lightning.
User avatar #93 - eklipsbrate (05/21/2013) [-]
But I feel like there is a contradiction,he can't get his powers unless he already has his powers
User avatar #111 - Blargosnarf (05/21/2013) [-]
He gets his powers from his future. Let's think of them as two totally different people (even though they're not). He gets it from his future self, giving it to his past self. Kind of like passing it on to the next of kin, he passes it on to his past.
#127 - CIS White Male (05/21/2013) [-]
It doesn't work like that, you must have that first step. It's like you were born because your future self did something and because of that your father met your mother. If there wasn't any first Blargosnarf, how the loop even started? How to solve this? Maybe your father met your mother later and you were born anyway. Some other Blargosnarf. Then you moved back to the past and started loop. From now your parents are together because of you.

So maybe something like that happened to first Flash - he got his power somehow (NOT because of lighting) and started the loop. Second Flash got his power from lighting (1st Flash) and so on...
Boom, no more paradox. And sorry for bad english
User avatar #135 - Blargosnarf (05/21/2013) [-]
Exactly, that's what a time loop is, no definite start and causes actions of the future that therin influence the past. I'm not saying it's a factual theory, I'm just saying how the theory works.
User avatar #195 - lamarisagoodname (05/21/2013) [-]
But humans are born and grow up to be men, not pop up out of nowhere. Unless the flash has been doing this ever since the beginning of time, it doesn't work. The rest of your argument is sound, though.
User avatar #222 - lazysuzan (05/21/2013) [-]
How about each decision he made created an equal but opposite universe in which he exist separately solely based on choice. There can be a multitude of Flash in completely different but same existences.
User avatar #223 - lamarisagoodname (05/21/2013) [-]
I'm choosing not to get into that argument, I believe time is linear and I'll happily debate that at another time, I'm just saying that unless flash is inhuman, he must have had some origin and therefore is not infinite.
User avatar #224 - lazysuzan (05/22/2013) [-]
Yes you are completely right. Abiding by your logic no infinite loop would exist. Enlighten me on how time is linear.
User avatar #225 - lamarisagoodname (05/22/2013) [-]
The whole concept of having an infinite number of universes makes sense, every decision changes the universe, and there is an equal number of universes for each decision, which is infinity. I don't agree with actually accepting this as a practical theory, sure I could change the whole universe by doing something unlike my normal self and wear a green bowtie to school and changing the progress of time, but in the universe that we live and breathe in, the one that we don't jump to and from I wore a green bowtie and the effect was so and so. I'm essentially looking at the universe that we live in out of all the other possible universes within our timeline and that's our LINEAR progression of events.

I also believe in fate, but in a weird way. By my theory, if we can look at this linear progression of events, or "timeline" and can look into the future (which is impossible, before we start making the argument that I can change my future if I know what it is, which is a solid argument) I will have already made every single decision in my life, and from my heavenly state where I can look at this timeline, I can see myself contemplate these decisions and then go to whichever decision I so chose.
User avatar #227 - lazysuzan (05/22/2013) [-]
That was extremely insightful, thank you.

Are you saying if you were to change your future due to one being capable of seeing the future, is their life ultimately an illusion of choice?
User avatar #228 - lamarisagoodname (05/22/2013) [-]
I'm saying that we control our decisions and our universe 100%, and that if we were to look ahead into the future we would see the one linear timeline or universe that we live in, and it will have all of the future decisions we will make and the future events we will experience.

No problem, I really like the ability to discuss philosophy so freely on funnyjunk
User avatar #230 - lazysuzan (05/22/2013) [-]
Thanks friend.
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