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Date Signed Up:11/13/2009
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#142 - yeah, people for some reason always come to the wrong conclusi… 02/05/2014 on Freedom kills people 0
#17 - Nope, the solar system is also moving around the galaxy and th…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/04/2014 on damn you physics +5
#37 - ryderjbudde (02/05/2014) [-]
Not to mention the Earth's path is not a perfect circle around the sun.
#38 - ryderjbudde (02/05/2014) [-]
Or maybe it is what do I know.
User avatar #22 - taiwanjesus (02/04/2014) [-]
*closer to other galaxies, dat gravity doe (at least in the case of milky way and andromeda)
#2 - Nope, no commas needed there.  [+] (3 new replies) 02/04/2014 on had 0
#6 - jboienggh (02/04/2014) [-]
If you leave the comma out, it becomes ambiguous. If you rearrange it, it's 'He had had a lot of faith, but it had had no effect on the outcome of his life.' There are two distinct clauses that need to be separated by a comma for clarity.

I guess it doesn't technically need it but it would make more common sense to include it.
#11 - anonymous (02/05/2014) [-]
The problem is that you just made up that first clause. It isn't "he had" & "it had", the only subject-predicate, independent clause in the original phrase is "faith had."

No commas are needed, because it is only one clause. Separation to two clauses does help clarity, but it sort of kills the wonder...
User avatar #12 - thisisspartah (02/05/2014) [-]
i liek da fhoto
#26 - well with minecraft you could try something therapeutic. Build… 02/04/2014 on my feels. 0
#22 - I know, dude, I've been there. It really does help t…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/04/2014 on my feels. +1
#24 - goodapolloimburnin (02/04/2014) [-]
i will try that, thanks a lot. is there a way to not let things we used to do together become, *our* thing? we used to play zelda games together. and minecraft. like we would each play our own game while helping each other get through it. how can i see a zelda game, or minecraft, and not think of her?
User avatar #26 - Daeiros (02/04/2014) [-]
well with minecraft you could try something therapeutic. Build some giant tribute to her in creative mode, then blow it up and let that be your moving on ceremony, make it a ritual of parting.

Right now while it still hurts would be the time to start building it, and while you do, remember all the good times together. Think about all those happy memories and let the fact that she is gone slip out of your mind for a moment while you are building. Just focus on how happy you were and focus on your work. When you finish, if you can't bring yourself to destroy it just yet, that's okay, just save it and come back to it when you think you are ready.
#13 - The best way to get over someone is to get under someone else.…  [+] (4 new replies) 02/04/2014 on my feels. +1
#14 - goodapolloimburnin (02/04/2014) [-]
lived together for 3 years, yeah. cant sleep in my bed anymore cause of how lonely it is.
User avatar #22 - Daeiros (02/04/2014) [-]
I know, dude, I've been there.

It really does help though to realize that there is no such thing as a soul mate. It's always going to suck to lose something you are are attached to, but you will eventually lose everything, this world is temporary, so don't get so damn attached. In fact, being to emotionally clingy can even end up being the reason a girl leaves you.

Just learn to enjoy what you have while you have it, knowing that you may not have it tomorrow and know that no matter how deeply connected to someone you may think you are, you are still very much separate, they have an entire world inside their mind that you will never even glimpse, they had an entire life before you met. No matter how much they share with you, there will always be gaps, you will always be missing a piece of the picture.

As for your current emotional state, the only help I can offer is the trick that works for me, but it doesn't really help many other people. Logic and emotion are pretty much polar opposites in your brain, so try logicking your emotions to death. Question every emotion as deeply as you possibly can, keep probing them with endless why's until they become something external that you are examining and you no longer really feel them.
Like I said, not many people find this tactic helpful,
#24 - goodapolloimburnin (02/04/2014) [-]
i will try that, thanks a lot. is there a way to not let things we used to do together become, *our* thing? we used to play zelda games together. and minecraft. like we would each play our own game while helping each other get through it. how can i see a zelda game, or minecraft, and not think of her?
User avatar #26 - Daeiros (02/04/2014) [-]
well with minecraft you could try something therapeutic. Build some giant tribute to her in creative mode, then blow it up and let that be your moving on ceremony, make it a ritual of parting.

Right now while it still hurts would be the time to start building it, and while you do, remember all the good times together. Think about all those happy memories and let the fact that she is gone slip out of your mind for a moment while you are building. Just focus on how happy you were and focus on your work. When you finish, if you can't bring yourself to destroy it just yet, that's okay, just save it and come back to it when you think you are ready.
#376 - sex =/= gender you genitalia is related to you sex …  [+] (2 new replies) 02/04/2014 on Didney princess +2
User avatar #391 - obviousbicycle (02/04/2014) [-]
if i could thumb up more than once i would
User avatar #385 - camPOOFeron (02/04/2014) [-]
I appreciate your intelligent response, and admit that I very well could be wrong on the true meaning of gender.
Either way, I don't see how this gender neutral. Would a person wearing a dress be aligning with a gender? Oh, I get it now! That's the point! Ha, it seriously just hit me that that was the point.
I guess I got so wrapped up in the anger I usually feel towards posts like this that I jumped the gun.
#233 - what, do you think that he won't learn how to reproduce if he … 02/04/2014 on Didney princess 0
#223 - I'm still not really seeing any valid points here. Wh…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/04/2014 on Didney princess 0
#229 - WatIsATroll (02/04/2014) [-]
I'm saying from a young age when children are confused about gender, their parents should tell them what to wear to avoid confusion later in life. That's it.
User avatar #233 - Daeiros (02/04/2014) [-]
what, do you think that he won't learn how to reproduce if he doesn't wear pants?
are you afraid that wearing a dress will turn him gay?
if that is the concern here, then what exactly is wrong with that?
do we have a population shortage that requires us to make sure everyone is breeding?
why is it important to make sure that gender is as simple as possible and there is no confusion?

You still haven't actually said anything except that wearing a dress will confuse him, and that really doesn't clarify anything.
#191 - And good job to you for arguing against something I never said…  [+] (4 new replies) 02/03/2014 on Didney princess -1
#203 - WatIsATroll (02/04/2014) [-]
I wasn't arguing what you said I was trying to better explain my point.
He shouldn't wear the dress because he's a little boy that doesn't know any better. Whether the parents want to admit it or not, he was born a boy. His parents should want him to wear boy clothes. If he is confused about his gender it will only create problems for him in the future. Letting him wear a dress now isn't doing him any favours.
User avatar #223 - Daeiros (02/04/2014) [-]
I'm still not really seeing any valid points here.

What sort of problems will wearing a dress cause for a boy?

How does a piece of cloth that isn't joined at the crotch with two separate legs do damage to someone with a penis? The Scottish seem to do just fine in their kilts.

Your whole argument so far can essentially be boiled down to "don't be different" but you have failed to explain why different automatically bad.

As the post stated, and as I have reiterated, the children did not judge the boy, they had no negative reaction to him wearing a dress, only the parents thought this was a problem. The problems later in life that you talk about start to arise when these non-judgmental children adopt their parent's judgements and start to ridicule the boy.

Social pressure to conform is the problem, conforming is not the solution.

If little girls don't like barbie and little boys don't like G.I. Joe, I promise you, society will not break down. Our species is not so fragile that it cannot handle gray areas between the strict divisions of boy things and girl things.

What benefit is there to dividing all the experiences in the world and classifying them based on gender and preventing people from enjoying things that are not in the approved category?

For the longest time, cooking was considered to be just for women. Now, some of the best chefs and bakers in the world are men. For the longest time, women were not permitted to even attend school, now, we have women to thank for countless contributions to science and technology.

What possible good can come from telling someone they aren't allowed to think or behave in a way that isn't pre-approved for their gender?
#229 - WatIsATroll (02/04/2014) [-]
I'm saying from a young age when children are confused about gender, their parents should tell them what to wear to avoid confusion later in life. That's it.
User avatar #233 - Daeiros (02/04/2014) [-]
what, do you think that he won't learn how to reproduce if he doesn't wear pants?
are you afraid that wearing a dress will turn him gay?
if that is the concern here, then what exactly is wrong with that?
do we have a population shortage that requires us to make sure everyone is breeding?
why is it important to make sure that gender is as simple as possible and there is no confusion?

You still haven't actually said anything except that wearing a dress will confuse him, and that really doesn't clarify anything.
#189 - 100 years ago, women were not allow to wear pants because pant…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/03/2014 on Didney princess 0
User avatar #220 - leglesslegolegolas (02/04/2014) [-]
I like how being a boy means you have to play with balls.
#185 - <sarcasm> Because remember guys, social norms are al…  [+] (6 new replies) 02/03/2014 on Didney princess -2
#188 - WatIsATroll (02/03/2014) [-]
Good job arguing against something I never even said. Of course social norms aren't always right. But what's the point in breaking them for the sake of breaking them? If you must acquiesce to every whim your child has against the judgement of society because you don't want to "oppress their creativity" or whatever bullshit, you can't expect people to respect your decision to be different.
User avatar #191 - Daeiros (02/03/2014) [-]
And good job to you for arguing against something I never said.

Of course breaking rules for the sake of breaking them is bad and you shouldn't let your child follow their every whim.

But why should he not wear a dress? What harm does it do?
If you can't come up with a decent answer to those questions, perhaps dictating the social norms is the bullshit that shouldn't be respected.
#203 - WatIsATroll (02/04/2014) [-]
I wasn't arguing what you said I was trying to better explain my point.
He shouldn't wear the dress because he's a little boy that doesn't know any better. Whether the parents want to admit it or not, he was born a boy. His parents should want him to wear boy clothes. If he is confused about his gender it will only create problems for him in the future. Letting him wear a dress now isn't doing him any favours.
User avatar #223 - Daeiros (02/04/2014) [-]
I'm still not really seeing any valid points here.

What sort of problems will wearing a dress cause for a boy?

How does a piece of cloth that isn't joined at the crotch with two separate legs do damage to someone with a penis? The Scottish seem to do just fine in their kilts.

Your whole argument so far can essentially be boiled down to "don't be different" but you have failed to explain why different automatically bad.

As the post stated, and as I have reiterated, the children did not judge the boy, they had no negative reaction to him wearing a dress, only the parents thought this was a problem. The problems later in life that you talk about start to arise when these non-judgmental children adopt their parent's judgements and start to ridicule the boy.

Social pressure to conform is the problem, conforming is not the solution.

If little girls don't like barbie and little boys don't like G.I. Joe, I promise you, society will not break down. Our species is not so fragile that it cannot handle gray areas between the strict divisions of boy things and girl things.

What benefit is there to dividing all the experiences in the world and classifying them based on gender and preventing people from enjoying things that are not in the approved category?

For the longest time, cooking was considered to be just for women. Now, some of the best chefs and bakers in the world are men. For the longest time, women were not permitted to even attend school, now, we have women to thank for countless contributions to science and technology.

What possible good can come from telling someone they aren't allowed to think or behave in a way that isn't pre-approved for their gender?
#229 - WatIsATroll (02/04/2014) [-]
I'm saying from a young age when children are confused about gender, their parents should tell them what to wear to avoid confusion later in life. That's it.
User avatar #233 - Daeiros (02/04/2014) [-]
what, do you think that he won't learn how to reproduce if he doesn't wear pants?
are you afraid that wearing a dress will turn him gay?
if that is the concern here, then what exactly is wrong with that?
do we have a population shortage that requires us to make sure everyone is breeding?
why is it important to make sure that gender is as simple as possible and there is no confusion?

You still haven't actually said anything except that wearing a dress will confuse him, and that really doesn't clarify anything.
#38 - i think this is really referring to the fact that many people … 02/03/2014 on My Fox 0
#25 - replying to year old comments, are we?  [+] (1 new reply) 02/02/2014 on sexy title 0
#26 - charonodaemon (02/02/2014) [-]
Yeah, but not worried, stay busy with work and school. That one stuck out.
#26 - Picture 01/31/2014 on BEER +3
#222 - quantity supplied = demand for labor it takes increased la… 01/30/2014 on Damn GOP -1
#216 - Yeah, the whole trickle down economics thing is the dumbest th…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/30/2014 on Damn GOP 0
User avatar #226 - pebar (01/30/2014) [-]
Thomas Sowell - Tax Cuts For The Rich "trickle down economics" =/= giving rich people money
#220 - anonymous (01/30/2014) [-]
you're confusing shifts in supply and shifts in quantity supplied
they're not the same
User avatar #222 - Daeiros (01/30/2014) [-]
quantity supplied = demand for labor
it takes increased labor to increase the quantity supplied
increase labor means more workers are needed, meaning more jobs are available
more jobs available = increase supply of jobs
#2 - what is this from?  [+] (6 new replies) 01/29/2014 on i'm wot? 0
User avatar #4 - Wharrblgarbl (01/29/2014) [-]
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones
User avatar #3 - azraelthemage (01/29/2014) [-]
Mortal Insturments: City of Bones. It was rather meh. My ex dragged me to go see it. Movie had so many problems.
#7 - tannerninja (01/29/2014) [-]
**tannerninja rolled a random image posted in comment #28 at gotta love bill murray ** the books were better as usual
#5 - ennemi (01/29/2014) [-]
still a huge step up from twilight. But then again, kinda hard not to be a huge step up from twilight.
User avatar #6 - azraelthemage (01/29/2014) [-]
And they keep trying to be another twilight with all these other Female Teen Dramas. Divergent looks like shit, and Vampire Academy is just trying too hard.
User avatar #22 - WtfStrawberries (01/30/2014) [-]
shut your dirty whore mouth, divergent isn't shit.
#401 - party time? 01/29/2014 on ace's midnight maddness FJ... 0
#3 - I think your dad might be a stoner 01/28/2014 on Deep +4
#2 - This describes me The reason I prefer the company of …  [+] (1 new reply) 01/28/2014 on They are good people, but.... +4
User avatar #5 - yveinesteele (01/28/2014) [-]
I agree with this. When I was in high school, all of the popular kids shared interests and it made them all the same. But the social outcasts, which I became part of, were so diverse. My best friend was, and still is, one of the most mature and down-to-earth kind of kids I've ever met, and she's a hardcore punk rock anarchist.
#122 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 01/26/2014 on hello darkness my old friend 0
User avatar #124 - Crusader (01/26/2014) [-]
Amazing, you managed to digitally enhance something to be able to see what it was, even though the picture does not show enough information.

I have lights like that in my city, they don't necessarily act like that, often time the left most one simply has the extra light for advanced left hand turns. Meaning that what you just did is pointless
#103 - no sir, that is a red turn light there, once the light to go s…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/26/2014 on hello darkness my old friend 0
User avatar #117 - Crusader (01/26/2014) [-]
There is no sign indicating that each lane has it's own set of lights.

Which means that once the lanes going straight through have a green light and have emptied, the left hand turn lanes can go as long as the light is still green (and there aren't people coming from the opposite direction of course"
#122 - Daeiros (01/26/2014) [-]
User avatar #124 - Crusader (01/26/2014) [-]
Amazing, you managed to digitally enhance something to be able to see what it was, even though the picture does not show enough information.

I have lights like that in my city, they don't necessarily act like that, often time the left most one simply has the extra light for advanced left hand turns. Meaning that what you just did is pointless
#60 - that's why the first guy is saying "what do you" whe… 01/26/2014 on What an asshole. +1
#85 - he is trying to make a left turn, but the truck in front of hi…  [+] (5 new replies) 01/26/2014 on hello darkness my old friend 0
User avatar #101 - Crusader (01/26/2014) [-]
But considering how empty that street is, he just has to wait for a green light to go through
User avatar #103 - Daeiros (01/26/2014) [-]
no sir, that is a red turn light there, once the light to go straight turns green, turning is no longer allowed
User avatar #117 - Crusader (01/26/2014) [-]
There is no sign indicating that each lane has it's own set of lights.

Which means that once the lanes going straight through have a green light and have emptied, the left hand turn lanes can go as long as the light is still green (and there aren't people coming from the opposite direction of course"
#122 - Daeiros (01/26/2014) [-]
User avatar #124 - Crusader (01/26/2014) [-]
Amazing, you managed to digitally enhance something to be able to see what it was, even though the picture does not show enough information.

I have lights like that in my city, they don't necessarily act like that, often time the left most one simply has the extra light for advanced left hand turns. Meaning that what you just did is pointless
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#4 - blartonfairweather (07/17/2012) [-]
Heya, mate.   
   
What is up?
Heya, mate.

What is up?
#3 - xLovableLoserx (03/15/2012) [-]
Just wanted to say hey.. hope you're finding the lolz. Hit me up some time when you've got a chance.
Just wanted to say hey.. hope you're finding the lolz. Hit me up some time when you've got a chance.
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