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#19698 - >I am not confident that Trump will be able to get the wall…  [+] (6 replies) 11/09/2016 on Post Election Chat +1
#19984 - bribrian (11/09/2016) [-]
fair.

i believe that he will build the wall. he is a businessman after all. they can do amazing things! you never know ;) he might surprise you.

i think you should think about gun rights differently. guns should be in america because they give power to the average person. gun violence is a small price to pay for freedom. i know that sounds conspiracy theorist stupidity. but it has some truth... all governments can be corrupt. it all starts with taking away guns.

just like driving cars is worth the deaths.... guns are worth the deaths too. thats the most blunt way i can say it.
#20856 - Darkrin (11/09/2016) [-]
Well so much needs to go into building the wall. Like environmental surveys, designing, appropriating funds The hardest part Now I do think he will be able to get part of the wall built at least, and I just hope that they start at the places they cross the most, because I do think we need one, but for some reason I think building one across the entire border will not increase effectiveness enough to justify the initial and maintenance costs over just having the wall where needed.
I have argued for both sides when it comes to guns, but what I find interesting is how everyone quotes it saying "the right to bare arms" but not adding in what was after it "in a well regulated militia" which now would be the national guard. But I think a good compromise would having required training, and universal background checks for the first gun purchase, because after that you have passed the checks. I also feel like it would be interesting to regulate the firing pin and not the whole gun, because that leaves out revolvers and bolt action.
I also wholeheartedly support autonomous cars because people suck at driving too. They can't react quickly, drink and drive, get distracted. And sure computers will still fail sometimes but far less.
#21473 - bribrian (11/09/2016) [-]
im so politically burnt out.

cars would be SO MUCH BETTER at driving than us. i watched a video about autonomous cars and i just cant wait. we would travel soooo fast. all of the stops and goes are purely from human limitations. i could sleep on my way to work... fucking magical
#21774 - Darkrin (11/09/2016) [-]
As much as I want an autonomous car, it does kind of scare me because our private sector is quick to adapting new things while our government is so slow. when it comes to adapting to new tech. So as everyday passes we are closer to there being no transport jobs. Factories are mostly autonomous already. Plus I have been researching in vitro meat, which would cut down on greenhouse gasses but also takes a lot of jobs. And while I am on food I have seen a ramen stand in Japan that uses just two robots, and supposedly the food is always great no shit right But also the service industry is on the cusp of declining because of that and internet purchases. So in fifty years maybe one hundred we going to be getting to the point where there will literally not be enough jobs and I don't think our government will be able to adapt fast enough to help the citizens.
#20056 - bribrian (11/09/2016) [-]
oh and i say all of that about guns because the gun amendment is attacked like NO OTHER amendment in the constitution. think about it that way too.
#20903 - Darkrin (11/09/2016) [-]
I feel like free speech and right to assembly have been catching up recently, maybe not passed the 2nd, but certainly closing in.
#17575 - That doesn't answer what you liike about his policies. Al…  [+] (8 replies) 11/09/2016 on Post Election Chat 0
#17940 - bribrian (11/09/2016) [-]
>build the wall
>tax the companies that leave
>never cared about abortion
>second amendment rights
>obamacare

yeah im experiencing some SERIOUS lag
#19698 - Darkrin (11/09/2016) [-]
>I am not confident that Trump will be able to get the wall done, even if he did have 8 years. I don't think the government could get through all the bureaucracy to build it in the first place let alone maintain it and the soldiers required to be on it. Because if you don't have people on it, what's the point. Cause if you build a 10' wall I'll just show you an 11' ladder.
>I think abortion is really important because women that are more likely to get abortions are less likely to be able to care for the kids themselves and require government assisstance which is a long term cost. Plus I already think we are getting to populated, which a large population causes enough problems.
>I go back and forth on the 2nd amendment, because I do not trust anyone else with a gun. I don't really trust anyone else in general. But it is in the consitution so I don't think we should outlaw them. I do think we need to have better gun regulation. Require training on them, try to find a some method to cull out the mentaly unstable before they snap.
>I think we should have universal healthcare, but unfortunetly Obamacare got bogged down when going through congress.

Although I don't like Trump, I don't like Hilary, But I do like FJ so hopefully all this traffic will stay for a while. Because FJ I the one place I have found that is truely free speech. And that is why I come here.
#19984 - bribrian (11/09/2016) [-]
fair.

i believe that he will build the wall. he is a businessman after all. they can do amazing things! you never know ;) he might surprise you.

i think you should think about gun rights differently. guns should be in america because they give power to the average person. gun violence is a small price to pay for freedom. i know that sounds conspiracy theorist stupidity. but it has some truth... all governments can be corrupt. it all starts with taking away guns.

just like driving cars is worth the deaths.... guns are worth the deaths too. thats the most blunt way i can say it.
#20856 - Darkrin (11/09/2016) [-]
Well so much needs to go into building the wall. Like environmental surveys, designing, appropriating funds The hardest part Now I do think he will be able to get part of the wall built at least, and I just hope that they start at the places they cross the most, because I do think we need one, but for some reason I think building one across the entire border will not increase effectiveness enough to justify the initial and maintenance costs over just having the wall where needed.
I have argued for both sides when it comes to guns, but what I find interesting is how everyone quotes it saying "the right to bare arms" but not adding in what was after it "in a well regulated militia" which now would be the national guard. But I think a good compromise would having required training, and universal background checks for the first gun purchase, because after that you have passed the checks. I also feel like it would be interesting to regulate the firing pin and not the whole gun, because that leaves out revolvers and bolt action.
I also wholeheartedly support autonomous cars because people suck at driving too. They can't react quickly, drink and drive, get distracted. And sure computers will still fail sometimes but far less.
#21473 - bribrian (11/09/2016) [-]
im so politically burnt out.

cars would be SO MUCH BETTER at driving than us. i watched a video about autonomous cars and i just cant wait. we would travel soooo fast. all of the stops and goes are purely from human limitations. i could sleep on my way to work... fucking magical
#21774 - Darkrin (11/09/2016) [-]
As much as I want an autonomous car, it does kind of scare me because our private sector is quick to adapting new things while our government is so slow. when it comes to adapting to new tech. So as everyday passes we are closer to there being no transport jobs. Factories are mostly autonomous already. Plus I have been researching in vitro meat, which would cut down on greenhouse gasses but also takes a lot of jobs. And while I am on food I have seen a ramen stand in Japan that uses just two robots, and supposedly the food is always great no shit right But also the service industry is on the cusp of declining because of that and internet purchases. So in fifty years maybe one hundred we going to be getting to the point where there will literally not be enough jobs and I don't think our government will be able to adapt fast enough to help the citizens.
#20056 - bribrian (11/09/2016) [-]
oh and i say all of that about guns because the gun amendment is attacked like NO OTHER amendment in the constitution. think about it that way too.
#20903 - Darkrin (11/09/2016) [-]
I feel like free speech and right to assembly have been catching up recently, maybe not passed the 2nd, but certainly closing in.
#17223 - I know you all are voting for Trump because you hate Hilary, b…  [+] (11 replies) 11/09/2016 on Post Election Chat -1
#17365 - chaosmike (11/09/2016) [-]
not escalating tensions with old cold war rivals is nice. plus reducing our involvement in foreign politics in europe is long needed
#17345 - bribrian (11/09/2016) [-]
we love trump and hate hillary. we arent voting for him out of fear or confusion. we're doing it because we fully support him
#17575 - Darkrin (11/09/2016) [-]
That doesn't answer what you liike about his policies. Also a sidenote, I just looked at the comment numbers, and holy fuck is this the most comments FJ has ever had?
#17940 - bribrian (11/09/2016) [-]
>build the wall
>tax the companies that leave
>never cared about abortion
>second amendment rights
>obamacare

yeah im experiencing some SERIOUS lag
#19698 - Darkrin (11/09/2016) [-]
>I am not confident that Trump will be able to get the wall done, even if he did have 8 years. I don't think the government could get through all the bureaucracy to build it in the first place let alone maintain it and the soldiers required to be on it. Because if you don't have people on it, what's the point. Cause if you build a 10' wall I'll just show you an 11' ladder.
>I think abortion is really important because women that are more likely to get abortions are less likely to be able to care for the kids themselves and require government assisstance which is a long term cost. Plus I already think we are getting to populated, which a large population causes enough problems.
>I go back and forth on the 2nd amendment, because I do not trust anyone else with a gun. I don't really trust anyone else in general. But it is in the consitution so I don't think we should outlaw them. I do think we need to have better gun regulation. Require training on them, try to find a some method to cull out the mentaly unstable before they snap.
>I think we should have universal healthcare, but unfortunetly Obamacare got bogged down when going through congress.

Although I don't like Trump, I don't like Hilary, But I do like FJ so hopefully all this traffic will stay for a while. Because FJ I the one place I have found that is truely free speech. And that is why I come here.
#19984 - bribrian (11/09/2016) [-]
fair.

i believe that he will build the wall. he is a businessman after all. they can do amazing things! you never know ;) he might surprise you.

i think you should think about gun rights differently. guns should be in america because they give power to the average person. gun violence is a small price to pay for freedom. i know that sounds conspiracy theorist stupidity. but it has some truth... all governments can be corrupt. it all starts with taking away guns.

just like driving cars is worth the deaths.... guns are worth the deaths too. thats the most blunt way i can say it.
#20856 - Darkrin (11/09/2016) [-]
Well so much needs to go into building the wall. Like environmental surveys, designing, appropriating funds The hardest part Now I do think he will be able to get part of the wall built at least, and I just hope that they start at the places they cross the most, because I do think we need one, but for some reason I think building one across the entire border will not increase effectiveness enough to justify the initial and maintenance costs over just having the wall where needed.
I have argued for both sides when it comes to guns, but what I find interesting is how everyone quotes it saying "the right to bare arms" but not adding in what was after it "in a well regulated militia" which now would be the national guard. But I think a good compromise would having required training, and universal background checks for the first gun purchase, because after that you have passed the checks. I also feel like it would be interesting to regulate the firing pin and not the whole gun, because that leaves out revolvers and bolt action.
I also wholeheartedly support autonomous cars because people suck at driving too. They can't react quickly, drink and drive, get distracted. And sure computers will still fail sometimes but far less.
#21473 - bribrian (11/09/2016) [-]
im so politically burnt out.

cars would be SO MUCH BETTER at driving than us. i watched a video about autonomous cars and i just cant wait. we would travel soooo fast. all of the stops and goes are purely from human limitations. i could sleep on my way to work... fucking magical
#21774 - Darkrin (11/09/2016) [-]
As much as I want an autonomous car, it does kind of scare me because our private sector is quick to adapting new things while our government is so slow. when it comes to adapting to new tech. So as everyday passes we are closer to there being no transport jobs. Factories are mostly autonomous already. Plus I have been researching in vitro meat, which would cut down on greenhouse gasses but also takes a lot of jobs. And while I am on food I have seen a ramen stand in Japan that uses just two robots, and supposedly the food is always great no shit right But also the service industry is on the cusp of declining because of that and internet purchases. So in fifty years maybe one hundred we going to be getting to the point where there will literally not be enough jobs and I don't think our government will be able to adapt fast enough to help the citizens.
#20056 - bribrian (11/09/2016) [-]
oh and i say all of that about guns because the gun amendment is attacked like NO OTHER amendment in the constitution. think about it that way too.
#20903 - Darkrin (11/09/2016) [-]
I feel like free speech and right to assembly have been catching up recently, maybe not passed the 2nd, but certainly closing in.
#65 - Yeah that is a simpler explanation than I gave.  [+] (2 replies) 10/24/2016 on Fake spoilers before Star... +1
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#66 - voidgangsta (10/24/2016) [-]
For a series that just gets repetitive I can understand, but how does that work on a movie? If it's like how >>#61 says I can understand. Lets take Dumbledore's death for instance. We know he's powerful, so how does he die? Who kills him? Is it in the beginning and affects the rest of the movie or will it happen at the end as a result of something Harry does? Does he die of natural causes? Did he lose against someone more powerful? Will this unknown-more-powerful person be against Voldemort? Or IS it Voldemort? How does Voldemort get to be that strong to kill Dumbledore then? Was it a fair fight? Does Dumbledore come back or does he stay dead?
Things like that
#82 - Darkrin (10/24/2016) [-]
Well a movie that was spoiled for me was The Sixth Sense, and the entire point of the movie. And I am trying to think of another movie that was spoiled for me, but it is really difficult since I don't watch them after that.
#62 - I am not saying that it is ruined or bad. But when it is spoil…  [+] (4 replies) 10/24/2016 on Fake spoilers before Star... 0
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#63 - voidgangsta (10/24/2016) [-]
So... You just lose enthusiasm?
#65 - Darkrin (10/24/2016) [-]
Yeah that is a simpler explanation than I gave.
User avatar
#66 - voidgangsta (10/24/2016) [-]
For a series that just gets repetitive I can understand, but how does that work on a movie? If it's like how >>#61 says I can understand. Lets take Dumbledore's death for instance. We know he's powerful, so how does he die? Who kills him? Is it in the beginning and affects the rest of the movie or will it happen at the end as a result of something Harry does? Does he die of natural causes? Did he lose against someone more powerful? Will this unknown-more-powerful person be against Voldemort? Or IS it Voldemort? How does Voldemort get to be that strong to kill Dumbledore then? Was it a fair fight? Does Dumbledore come back or does he stay dead?
Things like that
#82 - Darkrin (10/24/2016) [-]
Well a movie that was spoiled for me was The Sixth Sense, and the entire point of the movie. And I am trying to think of another movie that was spoiled for me, but it is really difficult since I don't watch them after that.