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#56 - he pays for the gas because he uses the gas, to replace the on…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/11/2012 on Proof Piracy doesn't effect... +1
User avatar #73 - Sethorein (05/11/2012) [-]
it's his toy. It's his theatre. It's his seat and if you take it without permission you are in the wrong. Doesn't matter if it went unused, doesn't matter if you are doing something good with it, it's not yours to take without permission. The theoretical profit lost by you not paying for the seat you used is real, is it not? Sure you could have stayed at home, then there would be no profit, but the seat would also not have been used unlawfully. By choosing to take the seat AND not pay, YOU get the benefit, and the provider of said benefit gets nothing! How is that just?

You can call him childish all you want, but you're still taking an opportunity which isn't yours to take.

sorry for the late reply i was really tired...
#54 - you didn't really steal a service though, the movie was alread…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/11/2012 on Proof Piracy doesn't effect... +1
User avatar #55 - Sethorein (05/11/2012) [-]
but he has to pay for that gas. Also you were asked for the mower.
User avatar #56 - Daeiros (05/11/2012) [-]
he pays for the gas because he uses the gas, to replace the only physical debt that has arisen, but he doesn't pay you for the gas. you aren't benefiting, does it make you feel good that he is out money? lets extend the example then, if after mowing his own lawn, he also mows his other neighbors lawn. do you feel cheated? has this harmed you somehow, does he owe you even more because he cut 2 lawns instead of one?
it's a conceptual oddity is all i am getting at, the idea of a non-physical debt. in my opinion it really just seems like a greedy child screaming "mine!" and not letting the other children play with toys he isn't actually playing with
User avatar #73 - Sethorein (05/11/2012) [-]
it's his toy. It's his theatre. It's his seat and if you take it without permission you are in the wrong. Doesn't matter if it went unused, doesn't matter if you are doing something good with it, it's not yours to take without permission. The theoretical profit lost by you not paying for the seat you used is real, is it not? Sure you could have stayed at home, then there would be no profit, but the seat would also not have been used unlawfully. By choosing to take the seat AND not pay, YOU get the benefit, and the provider of said benefit gets nothing! How is that just?

You can call him childish all you want, but you're still taking an opportunity which isn't yours to take.

sorry for the late reply i was really tired...
#28 - the principle is still the same sir, i've sat down with other … 05/11/2012 on Abuse 0
#25 - yes, two, my little brother and sister, my parents weren't rea…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/11/2012 on Abuse +1
#26 - whofortytwo (05/11/2012) [-]
Wait until you raise your own child. I know from experience that children will be nicer to an older brother than a father.
Seriously.
User avatar #28 - Daeiros (05/11/2012) [-]
the principle is still the same sir, i've sat down with other people's children who were raising holy hell and had rational, reasonable conversations with them, treated them like they were people, their attitude did a complete 180 in 5 minutes
need more proof, pick a toy, a random toy, that your kid hasn't played with in years, take it and tell them they aren't allowed to play with it anymore, it will become THE most interesting thing in the world to them, they will do anything to get it, and they will be extremely angry if you don't give it to them. force is always met with opposition.
#51 - but does it really constitute stealing? technically the defini…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/11/2012 on Proof Piracy doesn't effect... +2
User avatar #52 - Sethorein (05/11/2012) [-]
stealing a sevice is the line. If your friends tell you about a movie... you didn't get the movie... you got your friend's interpretation of it. If you sneak into a movie, you got the movie. You stole the seat you took for the time of that movie.

Also, what makes you the grand arbiter of how far is too far. You said it yourself, "Where is the line". When is it OKAY to take the benefits of someone else's product without paying?
User avatar #54 - Daeiros (05/11/2012) [-]
you didn't really steal a service though, the movie was already playing. you didn't steal a seat, it was empty, and it's still there when you leave. you have rendered no expense, and caused no inconvenience, no one had to devote their time, no one has lost physical resources, there is no physical debt rendered in any real tangible sense of the word. if your neighbor asks to borrow your lawnmower, and put's exactly as much gas back in it as it had when he got it, do you charge him for it? do you feel entitled to his money for the service you have rendered? you did nothing, and it cost you nothing. where do you get off feeling he owes you?
User avatar #55 - Sethorein (05/11/2012) [-]
but he has to pay for that gas. Also you were asked for the mower.
User avatar #56 - Daeiros (05/11/2012) [-]
he pays for the gas because he uses the gas, to replace the only physical debt that has arisen, but he doesn't pay you for the gas. you aren't benefiting, does it make you feel good that he is out money? lets extend the example then, if after mowing his own lawn, he also mows his other neighbors lawn. do you feel cheated? has this harmed you somehow, does he owe you even more because he cut 2 lawns instead of one?
it's a conceptual oddity is all i am getting at, the idea of a non-physical debt. in my opinion it really just seems like a greedy child screaming "mine!" and not letting the other children play with toys he isn't actually playing with
User avatar #73 - Sethorein (05/11/2012) [-]
it's his toy. It's his theatre. It's his seat and if you take it without permission you are in the wrong. Doesn't matter if it went unused, doesn't matter if you are doing something good with it, it's not yours to take without permission. The theoretical profit lost by you not paying for the seat you used is real, is it not? Sure you could have stayed at home, then there would be no profit, but the seat would also not have been used unlawfully. By choosing to take the seat AND not pay, YOU get the benefit, and the provider of said benefit gets nothing! How is that just?

You can call him childish all you want, but you're still taking an opportunity which isn't yours to take.

sorry for the late reply i was really tired...
#20 - because religion is harming the world, and you can't have reas…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/11/2012 on Abuse -4
User avatar #42 - rdblack (05/11/2012) [-]
So...insulting someone gets a rise out of them, rather than having a civil conversation about beliefs/science/proof of whatever it is they believe in. Sorry I can't take you seriously anymore, not even your whole child-beating argument. You sir, seem to be very narrow minded about what you think is right and wrong, and as far as I can tell from reading your posts, believe your methods the best. This may not be true, but you sure have come off as pretentious and coarse
User avatar #36 - cierrayooo (05/11/2012) [-]
I can guarantee you that the religious nuts have already read the Bible. It's all about perception. That "moment of clarity" won't happen unless they are already open minded. When you bash them like these you are lowing yourself to their level making you just as bad.
#30 - nobodyatall (05/11/2012) [-]
... You haven't read ANY psychology studies have you? The best way to get somebody to defend their point is to insult it. Have you never had a conversation that started with mild disagreement over whether a movie was good or not that ended with one/both parties insisting it was the either the best movie ever made or the most horrifying abomination ever seen?

The solution lies not in convincing those who are entrenched in their beliefs. Those people are lost causes. The solution is to make your cause look better than the other, not through flamewars and insults, but through actions that demonstrate your point.

When the Christian/Atheist mudflinging starts, it's enough to make me want to be Buddhist, if only to avoid assocation with either party.
#49 - depends on your definition of fair. is it fair to charge someo…  [+] (8 new replies) 05/11/2012 on Proof Piracy doesn't effect... +2
#58 - yourtouchvdeath (05/11/2012) [-]
Obviously people are willing to pay the price and watch the movie. Your argument is already over.
User avatar #50 - Sethorein (05/11/2012) [-]
so the solution isn't to pirate... it's to stop going to movies. Let's face it, if you don't pay them, they'll lower the prices. If you steal from them they'll just use you as scapegoats.

Thought in a recession economy with rampant inflation the rise in prices for everything is kinda expected, eh?

but ya, if you think they're prices suck, don't buy the product 'til the price drops. It only takes like 4 months...
User avatar #51 - Daeiros (05/11/2012) [-]
but does it really constitute stealing? technically the definition of stealing is that something has been lost. if you sneak into a theater with 300 other people in it and watch the same movie they are watching, but without paying for it, you don't actually cost anyone anything. someone can tell you all about the movie, isn't that piracy? you are getting the story without paying for it, where is the line? it's kind of a silly concept really that you can be charged to look at something.
i think the entire entertainment industry is overinflated and overrated, movies, music, video games, software, there's tons of them out openly available for free that are just as good and in some cases better then the industry, and if it weren't for the enormous crushing weight of big name movies grossing $150 million in one weekend, more regular people with real talent and unique interesting ideas might be more inclined to produce their own more modestly budgeted content for reasonable prices. large scale media actually suppresses a lot of good creative and talented people.
User avatar #52 - Sethorein (05/11/2012) [-]
stealing a sevice is the line. If your friends tell you about a movie... you didn't get the movie... you got your friend's interpretation of it. If you sneak into a movie, you got the movie. You stole the seat you took for the time of that movie.

Also, what makes you the grand arbiter of how far is too far. You said it yourself, "Where is the line". When is it OKAY to take the benefits of someone else's product without paying?
User avatar #54 - Daeiros (05/11/2012) [-]
you didn't really steal a service though, the movie was already playing. you didn't steal a seat, it was empty, and it's still there when you leave. you have rendered no expense, and caused no inconvenience, no one had to devote their time, no one has lost physical resources, there is no physical debt rendered in any real tangible sense of the word. if your neighbor asks to borrow your lawnmower, and put's exactly as much gas back in it as it had when he got it, do you charge him for it? do you feel entitled to his money for the service you have rendered? you did nothing, and it cost you nothing. where do you get off feeling he owes you?
User avatar #55 - Sethorein (05/11/2012) [-]
but he has to pay for that gas. Also you were asked for the mower.
User avatar #56 - Daeiros (05/11/2012) [-]
he pays for the gas because he uses the gas, to replace the only physical debt that has arisen, but he doesn't pay you for the gas. you aren't benefiting, does it make you feel good that he is out money? lets extend the example then, if after mowing his own lawn, he also mows his other neighbors lawn. do you feel cheated? has this harmed you somehow, does he owe you even more because he cut 2 lawns instead of one?
it's a conceptual oddity is all i am getting at, the idea of a non-physical debt. in my opinion it really just seems like a greedy child screaming "mine!" and not letting the other children play with toys he isn't actually playing with
User avatar #73 - Sethorein (05/11/2012) [-]
it's his toy. It's his theatre. It's his seat and if you take it without permission you are in the wrong. Doesn't matter if it went unused, doesn't matter if you are doing something good with it, it's not yours to take without permission. The theoretical profit lost by you not paying for the seat you used is real, is it not? Sure you could have stayed at home, then there would be no profit, but the seat would also not have been used unlawfully. By choosing to take the seat AND not pay, YOU get the benefit, and the provider of said benefit gets nothing! How is that just?

You can call him childish all you want, but you're still taking an opportunity which isn't yours to take.

sorry for the late reply i was really tired...
#28 - if you are going to shop something like this, why would you ma…  [+] (16 new replies) 05/11/2012 on Nope +4
User avatar #29 - jokesrfunny (05/11/2012) [-]
It is real.
User avatar #31 - comeherekids (05/11/2012) [-]
No, its not dumbass. Don't assert yourself ever again.
#37 - anonymous (05/11/2012) [-]
It is real but it is not human.
Some variants of fish have teeth such as this.

User avatar #39 - comeherekids (05/11/2012) [-]
yes because you and I both know how many fish are swimming around with fillings. Btw, I think you just looked at the comments below and saw the fish picture and thought you now know something.
User avatar #32 - jokesrfunny (05/11/2012) [-]
Shut your fucking mouth please and thank you
User avatar #34 - comeherekids (05/11/2012) [-]
nice one. I usually can't come up with those on the spot. Clever indeed.
User avatar #38 - jokesrfunny (05/11/2012) [-]
I love you too
User avatar #40 - comeherekids (05/11/2012) [-]
you must be 12 years old.
User avatar #59 - rokkarokkaali (05/13/2012) [-]
Wait a got damn moment.
Even I was not that fucking idiotic at 12.
and im an idiota
User avatar #48 - jokesrfunny (05/11/2012) [-]
I wish i was 12 so I could molest myself and get away with it.

No but I am an adult. You are probably 16 years old

User avatar #55 - comeherekids (05/11/2012) [-]
Wow yes you are right! I am 16. It just goes to show that intelligence does not come with age (in your case)
User avatar #56 - jokesrfunny (05/12/2012) [-]
But i'm more intelligent then you by a huge margin. I'm a university engineering student, and you are a high school student who will most likely drop out and work at Wal-Mart as a box openers assistant.
User avatar #57 - comeherekids (05/12/2012) [-]
Wow, yea that's likely! I go to a private prep school and make A's. I am an Eagle scout as well (almost, working on eagle project). I come from a very privileged family and most likely go to the college of my choosing. My lacrosse team has our first playoff game tomorrow. But you're right, Wal-Mart is probably where I'll end up. I feel like I have sunk to your level by telling you all this. By the way, how original is it to be an engineering major? There are like what? MILLIONS of those.
User avatar #58 - jokesrfunny (05/13/2012) [-]
Lmao, Eagle Scout eh? Quite the heterosexual organization. Also, what does originality have to do with selecting an education? You can't get a completely unique degree, you can only arbitrate the value of degrees by the program's difficulty, and economic worth.

The fact that you identify yourself as privileged also leads me to believe that aren't of any particularly high intelligence. Believe me, I've seen plenty of spoiled rich kids being removed from my faculty, it's rather funny.
User avatar #60 - comeherekids (05/13/2012) [-]
ahhh! I need to stop replying to you but it's so tempting! Haha, yes how did you know I am gay? Did the Eagle scout thing give it away? Turns out we are all homosexuals. And how is recognizing that I am from a healthy home make me look stupid? I am on an academic scholarship to my school, I am not rich. I hope you are not like this to other people, otherwise I don't see how you would have any friends. By the way, we won our lacrosse game today and are going to the state championship. Good luck with your pathetic blue collar life asshole.
#47 - whofortytwo (05/11/2012) [-]
I'm not disagreeing, but what's the point of bringing that up?
#17 - if you do your job as a parent right, you should never have to…  [+] (10 new replies) 05/11/2012 on Abuse +5
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#23 - whofortytwo (05/11/2012) [-]
Just to clarify; have you raised a child?
User avatar #25 - Daeiros (05/11/2012) [-]
yes, two, my little brother and sister, my parents weren't really around much, i did the parenting
#26 - whofortytwo (05/11/2012) [-]
Wait until you raise your own child. I know from experience that children will be nicer to an older brother than a father.
Seriously.
User avatar #28 - Daeiros (05/11/2012) [-]
the principle is still the same sir, i've sat down with other people's children who were raising holy hell and had rational, reasonable conversations with them, treated them like they were people, their attitude did a complete 180 in 5 minutes
need more proof, pick a toy, a random toy, that your kid hasn't played with in years, take it and tell them they aren't allowed to play with it anymore, it will become THE most interesting thing in the world to them, they will do anything to get it, and they will be extremely angry if you don't give it to them. force is always met with opposition.
#19 - anonymous (05/11/2012) [-]
Very true, but kids sometimes need to be punished for legit things they did wrong. They shouldn't be hit of course, but I've had all of those phrases thrown at me and my parents have NEVER hit me. It's just an exaggeration to insult Christians. It shouldn't be an "atheism" channel, it should be a "let's make fun of the christians" channel. I don't understand why people waste their time making fun of people they don't agree with.
User avatar #20 - Daeiros (05/11/2012) [-]
because religion is harming the world, and you can't have reasonable discussions with the types of religious nutters that are damaging society. the best hope for stamping out the plague of their idiocy is to piss them off enough to make them want to prove you wrong, to do that they would actually have to read the book they claim to base their lives on for the first time, and upon reading it, they might just have a moment of clarity and realize how full of shit they have been. this method is quite effective, sadly, innocent Christians who are minding their own business and quietly keeping their faith without trying to enforce it through law get caught up in the cross fire sometimes and get their feelings hurt, but typically, the intelligent among the religious have a sense of humor.
User avatar #42 - rdblack (05/11/2012) [-]
So...insulting someone gets a rise out of them, rather than having a civil conversation about beliefs/science/proof of whatever it is they believe in. Sorry I can't take you seriously anymore, not even your whole child-beating argument. You sir, seem to be very narrow minded about what you think is right and wrong, and as far as I can tell from reading your posts, believe your methods the best. This may not be true, but you sure have come off as pretentious and coarse
User avatar #36 - cierrayooo (05/11/2012) [-]
I can guarantee you that the religious nuts have already read the Bible. It's all about perception. That "moment of clarity" won't happen unless they are already open minded. When you bash them like these you are lowing yourself to their level making you just as bad.
#30 - nobodyatall (05/11/2012) [-]
... You haven't read ANY psychology studies have you? The best way to get somebody to defend their point is to insult it. Have you never had a conversation that started with mild disagreement over whether a movie was good or not that ended with one/both parties insisting it was the either the best movie ever made or the most horrifying abomination ever seen?

The solution lies not in convincing those who are entrenched in their beliefs. Those people are lost causes. The solution is to make your cause look better than the other, not through flamewars and insults, but through actions that demonstrate your point.

When the Christian/Atheist mudflinging starts, it's enough to make me want to be Buddhist, if only to avoid assocation with either party.
#41 - yeah dude so simple, you just push up up down down left right …  [+] (1 new reply) 05/11/2012 on MMORPG +5
User avatar #114 - drainbamage (05/11/2012) [-]
Petrucci is one of the best guitarists ever.
#32 - same, i almost always expect these to end with a scary face, I… 05/11/2012 on Optical Illusion 0
#81 - there is a bit of doubt actually, as the first four chapters o… 05/11/2012 on How to Make Nordics... -1
#79 - yes sir, i know that feeling all too well, my area isn't too c…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/11/2012 on How to Make Nordics... -3
User avatar #80 - spidahridah (05/11/2012) [-]
Jesus existed. There's no doubt. His father was no invisible wizard though.
User avatar #81 - Daeiros (05/11/2012) [-]
there is a bit of doubt actually, as the first four chapters of the new testament, all 4 written by people who supposedly hung out with him, all 4 when referencing the time frame, point to a different point in time, also the entire story of Jesus is repeated several times over in several religions predating Christianity thousands of years. every aspect of it is also astrological reference, born on the winter solstice, died and resurrected on the spring equinox, dead for 3 days before rising, just like the sun sits at its lowest position for 3 days after the winter solstice before moving north again, 12 apostles 12 sings of the zodiac, symbolized by the fish, Pisces, the age we are currently in, told his disciples when he was gone, to look for a man pouring out a bucket of water, symbolizing Aquarius, the age we are moving into next, Moses was symbolized by the ram, Aries, the age before Pisces, he was mad that the Jews were worshiping a golden bull, Taurus the age before Aries... the entire religion is saturated with it, nearly every bible story is told in an older text, events such as the nativity story where supposedly Jesus was born in a manger because everyone had to travel back to their birthplace to be counted for a massive census, no record of this mass migration or census exists outside of the bible, another apostle names 2 kings, and says he was born during the period that the first was leaving and the second was taking power, but there are a few hundred years and several other kings in between those 2.
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User avatar #8 - Unimaksu (05/09/2012) [-]
yeah, it was stated during Tom Bakers run (i forget the episode name) that they can only regenerate 12 times. but the time lords have found ways to get around this in extreme cases. like when they resurrected the master to fight in the time war
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User avatar #11 - Unimaksu (05/09/2012) [-]
river didn't give him any regenerations, she just used up all the ones she had left
#8 - yes and those people are downtrodden because the mega corporat…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/09/2012 on The Truth inb4 Shitstorm +1
#9 - reaganomix (05/09/2012) [-]
Them being poor farmers does not make anything better and their poverty extends farther than 'mega corporations'. The poor people were given jobs that provide a wage, just like during the industrial revolution, they were paid low wages, just like during the Industrial Revolution, and just like the industrial revolution, their standard of living will increase because of the benefits this industries have.

I am valiantly opposed to corporate influence in government, but these industries will lead to the rise of their standard of living. The problems in Africa extend farther than just some corporations. Personally, I blame European imperialism because they effectively destroyed progress in Africa.

Also no one really cares about what happens to the Africans, it is just a facade. If we really cared, instead of handing Africans clothes--effectively ruining a profitable business in Africa, we should teach them how to make and run businesses. Capitalism is the best way to take a country out of poverty, no country has ever become wealthy from socialistic ideology.

Every society has a 'poor' class, it is not just greed, every country runs on greed. Soviet Russia ran on greed, Communist China runs on greed, Cuba runs on greed. Pure capitalism with no corporate influence is the best way to take people out of poverty.

China's military patrol the boarder in Hong Kong because many Chinese were running away into Hong Kong, a true free market. They run to Hong Kong because they know that their standard of living will increase. Of course, I want the 'poor' to live better, but I feel a capitalistic model with little influence from large corporations is ideal.

To me, Occupy Wall St seems very socialistic and many of them want a larger government. What they fail to realize is that Corporations will use the large government to fuck over the common man. The real parasite is a large government.
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