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#94 - I think you mean 'only.' 10/15/2012 on It's True +1
#199 - I've always been of the opinion that recreational drug use is … 09/01/2012 on This man is a hero 0
#197 - What line? They are two absolutely different crimes with vastl…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/01/2012 on This man is a hero 0
User avatar #198 - gammajk (09/01/2012) [-]
Severity. Where do you draw the line in severity. That is what I'm asking you. What activity would you place a line on and say "anything more severe than this is worthy of punishment no matter what the age or lifestyle of the individual".
User avatar #199 - IFailedEnglish (09/01/2012) [-]
I've always been of the opinion that recreational drug use is alright, as long as it isn't endangering others. The law says otherwise of course, but that's my opinion. Something that involves intentionally harming others is what I would consider reprehensible. I was never personally arguing for age or lifestyle to be taken into account, I don't have much of an opinion there.
#195 - That's completely irrelevant. I was just pointing out a logica…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/01/2012 on This man is a hero 0
User avatar #196 - gammajk (09/01/2012) [-]
Actually, no, it's quite relevant. Where exactly do you place the line between smoking pot and murdering 17 people?
User avatar #197 - IFailedEnglish (09/01/2012) [-]
What line? They are two absolutely different crimes with vastly different severity between them. One's a misdemeanor, and the other is more likely than not to get you life imprisonment, perhaps the death sentence.
User avatar #198 - gammajk (09/01/2012) [-]
Severity. Where do you draw the line in severity. That is what I'm asking you. What activity would you place a line on and say "anything more severe than this is worthy of punishment no matter what the age or lifestyle of the individual".
User avatar #199 - IFailedEnglish (09/01/2012) [-]
I've always been of the opinion that recreational drug use is alright, as long as it isn't endangering others. The law says otherwise of course, but that's my opinion. Something that involves intentionally harming others is what I would consider reprehensible. I was never personally arguing for age or lifestyle to be taken into account, I don't have much of an opinion there.
#192 - I don't think anyone here is defending the act of murdering 17…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/01/2012 on This man is a hero 0
User avatar #194 - gammajk (09/01/2012) [-]
So where exactly do you draw the line? Ecstasy? MDMA? Salvia? Cocaine? Heroin? Fistfighting? Stabbing someone?
User avatar #195 - IFailedEnglish (09/01/2012) [-]
That's completely irrelevant. I was just pointing out a logical fallacy.
User avatar #196 - gammajk (09/01/2012) [-]
Actually, no, it's quite relevant. Where exactly do you place the line between smoking pot and murdering 17 people?
User avatar #197 - IFailedEnglish (09/01/2012) [-]
What line? They are two absolutely different crimes with vastly different severity between them. One's a misdemeanor, and the other is more likely than not to get you life imprisonment, perhaps the death sentence.
User avatar #198 - gammajk (09/01/2012) [-]
Severity. Where do you draw the line in severity. That is what I'm asking you. What activity would you place a line on and say "anything more severe than this is worthy of punishment no matter what the age or lifestyle of the individual".
User avatar #199 - IFailedEnglish (09/01/2012) [-]
I've always been of the opinion that recreational drug use is alright, as long as it isn't endangering others. The law says otherwise of course, but that's my opinion. Something that involves intentionally harming others is what I would consider reprehensible. I was never personally arguing for age or lifestyle to be taken into account, I don't have much of an opinion there.
#183 - Speaking of "retarded reasons", perfect example of a…  [+] (8 new replies) 09/01/2012 on This man is a hero 0
User avatar #191 - gammajk (09/01/2012) [-]
How exactly is it a strawman argument?
User avatar #192 - IFailedEnglish (09/01/2012) [-]
I don't think anyone here is defending the act of murdering 17 people. Quite simply, the act of smoking pot is a lot harder to attack than murder.
User avatar #194 - gammajk (09/01/2012) [-]
So where exactly do you draw the line? Ecstasy? MDMA? Salvia? Cocaine? Heroin? Fistfighting? Stabbing someone?
User avatar #195 - IFailedEnglish (09/01/2012) [-]
That's completely irrelevant. I was just pointing out a logical fallacy.
User avatar #196 - gammajk (09/01/2012) [-]
Actually, no, it's quite relevant. Where exactly do you place the line between smoking pot and murdering 17 people?
User avatar #197 - IFailedEnglish (09/01/2012) [-]
What line? They are two absolutely different crimes with vastly different severity between them. One's a misdemeanor, and the other is more likely than not to get you life imprisonment, perhaps the death sentence.
User avatar #198 - gammajk (09/01/2012) [-]
Severity. Where do you draw the line in severity. That is what I'm asking you. What activity would you place a line on and say "anything more severe than this is worthy of punishment no matter what the age or lifestyle of the individual".
User avatar #199 - IFailedEnglish (09/01/2012) [-]
I've always been of the opinion that recreational drug use is alright, as long as it isn't endangering others. The law says otherwise of course, but that's my opinion. Something that involves intentionally harming others is what I would consider reprehensible. I was never personally arguing for age or lifestyle to be taken into account, I don't have much of an opinion there.
#124 - I think it's Ash Gray, which is a fan made hack of Fire Red. Y… 09/01/2012 on Feels 0
#258 - You can actually read this exact article here: 08/31/2012 on Creepiest places on Earth 0
#46 - Both are correct. It depends on where you're from.  [+] (13 new replies) 08/28/2012 on Pedophiles. +10
#99 - anonymous (08/28/2012) [-]
You're right, but your username made that comment hilarious.
User avatar #50 - nimba (08/28/2012) [-]
It only sounds correct when spelled pae.
#68 - mcronq (08/28/2012) [-]
It's pronounced differently as well as spelled diffrently.

It paedophile sounds like 'pee'dophile to you right? For pedophile the ped sounds more like the 'ped' sound in petal.
#79 - bigmanblue (08/28/2012) [-]
considering the word origonates from the greek word (which by the way is spelt pae)
i think ped is not only wrong but fucking retarded
#86 - anonymous (08/28/2012) [-]
What's with you and the word "originates?"
#89 - bigmanblue (08/28/2012) [-]
im not the best speller in the world
#90 - anonymous (08/28/2012) [-]
Fair enough.
Have a pleasant day my good sir.
#69 - mcronq (08/28/2012) [-]
differently*
#66 - kraetyz (08/28/2012) [-]
No. No it doesn't. L2Linguistics, pedophile is the more broadly accepted spelling. In fact, paedophile is strange since ae = æ = Ä, which is the same sound as the A in Apple (Southern American accent), which makes paedophile sound retarded.

In short: Kill yourself, Britfag. Sincerely, Sweden.
User avatar #280 - nimba (08/31/2012) [-]
What lovely people I'm meeting on the internet!
#281 - kraetyz (08/31/2012) [-]
Be less of a moron and I'd be nice to you.
#282 - nimba (08/31/2012) [-]
Even if you think I'm wrong, it's the correct way to write this particular word in my country. You know, the country that invented the word... (it was never used in ancient greek and would not even mean the same thing as it does in English
#284 - kraetyz (09/01/2012) [-]
It actually means the exact same thing in Greek as in English, considering it's a literal translation. Child lover. The same thing.

Regardless of who "invented" the word, spelling and pronounciation will always be subject to change. Otherwise, you'd still be saying vindoye instead of window. And you don't. Shocking, isn't it? Language isn't static, and currently the primarily accepted spelling is pedophilia. Using æ for the spelling is only done by a minority and you should NOT be correcting people on using the generally accepted spelling, you dumb cunt.
#43 - I've always heard it referred to as a clam bake. 08/27/2012 on One gender party +1
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