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|#36 - Wow, so you're saying a rapist has no self-control?? Reall… [+] (13 new replies)||02/04/2014 on Rape||+216|
#230 - germed (02/05/2014) [-]
A lot of these criminals are how you described, yes, but look at someone like Ted Bundy. He was a rapist and a murderer, but he was also extremely intelligent and often came off as a gentlemen and generally harmless to the people around him before he raped and killed them . While these types of criminal are definitely the minority they are definitely around.
If you want to see a bunch of violent dropkicks just go to chigaco where the average IQ is below 50 and everyone is armed.
Mind you I am in no way defending him or any other criminal, I'm saying you're wrong.
#358 - germed (02/05/2014) [-]
Tell me that's not self control. I guarantee 90% of people would just run for it. Bundy was a genius, he just made some poor decisions.
#212 - 2scared2login (02/05/2014) [-]
How she dresses doesn't mean she's asking for it, but if she is dressed more provocatively it would probably make her into a more likely target.
#100 - 2scared2login (02/05/2014) [-]
Is that even english?
#107 - 2scared2login (02/05/2014) [-]
It is. It's pretty fluent too.
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|#3 - SO YOU'RE TELLING ME YOU CAN PROCESS AND UNDERSTAND VITAL INFO… [+] (15 new replies)||01/02/2014 on true dat||+209|
#56 - synthesised (01/03/2014) [-]
THAT SOUNDS GREAT, YOU TOTALLY HAVE THE ABILITY TO DO THAT DURING YOU'RE JOB!
#31 - imapsychiatrist (01/03/2014) [-]
standardized testing is the destruction of free thought and creativity. except in math where there usually really is only one or maybe two answers. but i still think they could find something other than tests that actually helped kids to LEARN and UNDERSTAND what they are taught rather than just memorize the formulas, spit it out onto paper, and then walk out as a "genius" who gets 90s on tests but doesnt actually know shit.
#19 - 2scared2login (01/03/2014) [-]
That's not the point. Many schools, especially in America, teach how to take tests. They don't teach skills or lessons. Just tests.
Here's a real example. In my sophomore year of high school, we were all taught how to write for the state writing test. In my junior year, we were taught that way of writing was completely wrong and we only learned it because that's the way to take the test.
#15 - 2scared2login (01/03/2014) [-]
I think the point of the post is to state that school doesn't offer very many specialised skills to students.
#37 - 2scared2login (01/03/2014) [-]
You don't use "there" correcticamally.
#29 - TARDIS (01/03/2014) [-]
For example, math class:
All the do day in and day out, is teach formulas, not math.
Now I understood math, because my brain is wired up in a way that math is easy for me, so I would never pay attention to the teacher, and just do my homework in class.
So while I could apply math to the real word, the rest of my classmates could only pass a test.
#24 - 2scared2login (01/03/2014) [-]
Maybe your tests were shit, but most of them actually do a good job of seeing which kids can pull off a goddamned decent work ethic and pay attention in class. You cannot simply learn "how to take tests" and suddenly not be required to know the knowledge necessary or acquire the skills necessary in that subject. Sure, we focus a lot on test-taking, but knowledge and skill goes hand-in-hand with that; focusing on test-taking is not really all that bad, and only very rarely is the necessity of learning omitted.
#11 - useroftheLOLZ (01/03/2014) [-]
Well there's that, but it also includes the fact that we don't teach kids how to think, how to use process of elimination, how to use critical thinking, or how to answer complex problems, with what knowledge they have at hand. All we're teaching is how to recall information, and while that's important, it isn't going to do shit, when shit hits the fan at work, and you have to figure out something, that goes beyond what schooling, and your job, has taught you.
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|#19 - Speaking as a european, I'm quite sure the american mentality … [+] (22 new replies)||11/05/2013 on Yeah, Sounds About Right||+64|
#99 - Logicaltightrope (11/05/2013) [-]
More like "You had a chance to make yourself as many slices of pizza as you want, but because of a combination of your external circumstances and ability, you didn't make 37 pieces."
Well, that's the ideal, anyway. In reality, we have corrupt CEO's writing to corrupt politicians to have other people's pizza stolen, with the politicians taking a bite of each in exchange.
#65 - traelos (11/05/2013) [-]
That's the idea.
The problem is this metaphor doesn't really cover for the fact that the last 20 people to get their pizza expect someone else to cut the slices for them, put it on the plate, hold it up to their mouth and chew for them.
And then leave before the bill comes.
#29 - 2scared2login (11/05/2013) [-]
It used to be. Now it's more like "we have to give these 37 slices to the job creators" and instead of having them cut in line, we go out of our way to give them the 37 slices ourselves and complain when we're somehow short on pizza
#166 - Hightower (11/06/2013) [-]
The analogy claims everyone had an equal chance to be the asshole taking 37 slices, but that's simply not true with the way wealth distribution is in the US. Someone who was born in the deep woods of the south to a dirt poor farm family does not have the same chance as someone who was born a billionaire trust fund baby.
So my statement is in direct opposition to the analogy in the comment. It does not support it in anyway.
Name calling, the last ditch effort of a small mind with nothing to say.
#181 - davidokuro (11/06/2013) [-]
Its a wonder you say that when you called me a moron first...
And fine, there is a hierarchy of slice takers who won't let anyone else have their pie. Where does the analogy disregard that? The first guy is the person with the best opportunity to take from the pie. His proximity to the pie could be representative of his wealth.
Also, calling me small minded is another "name calling", so that's a doubly small mind on your part.
#183 - Hightower (11/06/2013) [-]
I didn't call you a moron. I said someone responding with "no" would not be a total moron and see the wealth distribution is geared to the already wealthy, you responded by calling me a moron by name. Nice reading comprehension.
His analogy said that everyone had an equal chance to be the asshole taking 37 slices of the pie, but in reality the guy born a billionaire trust fund baby has a much better chance of being the guy in front of the line than the guy who was born to the dirt poor farmer in the deep south. so his analogy, though true from a certain fundamentalist point of view, is fundamentally flawed in its base assumptions.
#184 - davidokuro (11/06/2013) [-]
Then you have poor reading comprehension.
First, you called everyone who doesn't say no "a total moron". I called you a moron by name for your generalization. My "moron" calling is justified.
Second, the analogy doesn't say everyone has an equal chance. The analogy says the guy with 37 slices claims everyone had an equal chance.
You aren't wrong in your understanding of wealth, but you read the post wrong.
#186 - Hightower (11/06/2013) [-]
Wow, you are really trying, and I'll give you credit for that. Maybe I should have stated my point differently.
Anyone who says no to his analogy is not a total moron, and such a person realizes wealth and income distribution is geared to the already wealthy. Now if you misunderstood that, you might get it twisted around to say I said everyone else is a moron, but that's not what I said, just how you interpreted it.
The analogy is not presented from the assholes point of view, but from the POV of the general american populace "You all had an equal chance to fight tooth and nail to be the asshole at the front, so don't bitch and moan when you don't get 37 slices." If it was spoken by the asshole in the front, I would also interpret is as an apt observation, but it's not. My statement was to reflect that anyone who believes that analogy is a total moron, because that's not how 21st century America works. Then you called me a moron.
I also believe you understood the post wrong, so lets just leave it at If it's the asshole at the front making the statement, you are correct, because the asshole would believe that, if it is not the asshole at the front, I am correct, because most people realize the system in place makes the rich richer.
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#43 - 2scared2login (09/03/2013) [-]
True yet I like hits he likes some hings he doesn't I get the point but at least this showing this father cares rather than have father tell you that you should have never been born then to never see the cunt again I tell my kid whiny bitch
#6 - 2scared2login (09/03/2013) [-]
This is the logic of fj. A person makes a completely valid and rational statement, and they get thumbed down.
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