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#49 - AKA latency, or the time it takes for information to pass from… 07/17/2014 on Lag +2
#92 - did he intend to kill? no? then its not homocide, thats man slaughter.  [+] (1 new reply) 07/15/2014 on 100 Ways to Die #8 0
User avatar #145 - altairibnlaahad (07/15/2014) [-]
It's also called vehicular manslaughter.

"In general, it involves death that results from the negligent operation of a vehicle, or more so a result from driving while committing an unlawful act that does not amount to a felony."
#19 - wait wait wait....4 years in prison for driving the SUV to hel…  [+] (5 new replies) 07/15/2014 on 100 Ways to Die #8 +1
User avatar #33 - altairibnlaahad (07/15/2014) [-]
He was convicted of vehicular homicide, which by definition, is exactly what he committed.
User avatar #92 - Keleth (07/15/2014) [-]
did he intend to kill? no? then its not homocide, thats man slaughter.
User avatar #145 - altairibnlaahad (07/15/2014) [-]
It's also called vehicular manslaughter.

"In general, it involves death that results from the negligent operation of a vehicle, or more so a result from driving while committing an unlawful act that does not amount to a felony."
User avatar #21 - infinitereaper (07/15/2014) [-]
I totally agree, his friend got boned like the kid was not responsible for his own actions whatsoever, it's bulldigestive end product. They just wanted someone to go down for it. The father is a dumb intense bodylove too, he was like "lol my sons love of Jackass has nothing to do with it, I wish his friend got more prison time". Eh, they are all dumbintense bodyloves personally
User avatar #22 - infinitereaper (07/15/2014) [-]
Not the mom though, she said "he shouldn't have put himself in that situation" and she was right.
#77 - personally i would rather fire a 454 Casull then the .410. yo… 07/13/2014 on patriot blood surging with... 0
#281 - but there are "hunting shotguns" and "pistol gr…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/10/2014 on Thanks Amazon 0
#283 - pebar (07/10/2014) [-]
If you say "sporting rifle," people will usually get what you're talking about.
Having a pistol grip is just that: it's a grip. It's something that you hold on to and nothing more. You can have pump action shotguns with or without a grip. Likewise you can have semi-auto shotguns with or without a grip.

These "high capacity" rifles are actually used all the time in hunting, especially ranching and killing off coyotes because they are vermin.
Wood stocks are actually inferior to synthetic stocks because they are more prone damage from the weather. But wood stocks are usually cheap and people also think it's a classic look.
But stocks have almost nothing to do with function. For example, the rifle shown has a magazine capacity of 30 rounds and is semi-automatic. It operates pretty much identically to the AR-15.


Function is everything. Having a pistol grip or a synthetic stock is just convenient.
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#7 - Comment deleted  [+] (8 new replies) 07/10/2014 on Thanks Amazon -26
#96 - apurpleliger (07/10/2014) [-]
Or, OR, we could just call them by the name of the specific rifle so that there's not misunderstanding at all.
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User avatar #18 - meganinja (07/10/2014) [-]
Why do you need a different name for it? If it meant a bolt action rifle, it would have said a bolt action rifle. That's not semi automatic. A semi automatic rifle cannot by definition be an assault rifle. Revolvers and pistols have a significant functional difference, so that's why they have two distinctive names.
#152 - anonymous (07/10/2014) [-]
all revolvers are pistols but not all pistols are revolvers
User avatar #188 - meganinja (07/10/2014) [-]
Revolvers are not pistols, they are hand guns.
#14 - pebar (07/10/2014) [-]
there's semi-automatic rifles and there's bolt action rifles
that's basically the same difference between pistols and revolvers
User avatar #281 - Keleth (07/10/2014) [-]
but there are "hunting shotguns" and "pistol grip only shotgun" and they both have a very different purpose. why don't semi-auto rifles get a nickname? you go to the gunstore and ask for either of those shotguns, it pretty much narrows it down
semi-automatic rifle is SUCH a broad term.

perhaps im not very good at explaining, but do you get where im coming from? the rifles im referring to in comparison to the first rifle in your picture are high capacity and aren't intended on ever being brought back to a wood stock/body system. i feel like i shouln't have to ramble on so much to try to justify such a simple idea that i thought about for all of 10 seconds when i posted it :/
#283 - pebar (07/10/2014) [-]
If you say "sporting rifle," people will usually get what you're talking about.
Having a pistol grip is just that: it's a grip. It's something that you hold on to and nothing more. You can have pump action shotguns with or without a grip. Likewise you can have semi-auto shotguns with or without a grip.

These "high capacity" rifles are actually used all the time in hunting, especially ranching and killing off coyotes because they are vermin.
Wood stocks are actually inferior to synthetic stocks because they are more prone damage from the weather. But wood stocks are usually cheap and people also think it's a classic look.
But stocks have almost nothing to do with function. For example, the rifle shown has a magazine capacity of 30 rounds and is semi-automatic. It operates pretty much identically to the AR-15.


Function is everything. Having a pistol grip or a synthetic stock is just convenient.
#40 - harley sucks  [+] (1 new reply) 07/04/2014 on motortje +1
User avatar #79 - puppyfood (07/05/2014) [-]
So does your sister, but we don't judge her.
#220 - Comment deleted 07/01/2014 on Cause scientist +1
#12 - this is of course assuming i would pay to see it if i couldn't…  [+] (25 new replies) 06/29/2014 on Piracy +54
#125 - greyhoundfd (06/29/2014) [-]
Actually, what the message is saying is that because you didn't spend that $10 on useless bullshit (movie tickets) you'll instead spend it on food, paying back loans, toys for your kids, stuff like that. But what you said is partly why arguments against piracy don't work: most of the people who pirate aren't going to spend money on a ticket anyway.
User avatar #73 - akkere (06/29/2014) [-]
You are going to buy baby formula, right?
You wouldn't just, let them make such an empowering speech and not buy baby formula, right?
User avatar #15 - Sethorein (06/29/2014) [-]
You have no right to consume a product if you're not going to pay for it. You don't want to pay you aren't entitled to shit.
User avatar #20 - silverzepher (06/29/2014) [-]
except it isn't gone when we take it, it is still there, unlike theft the act of downloading something does not remove it from the original owners, so they can still sell it. i have bought the English translated volumes of some of the things i had originally downloaded because there was no other way to get them, i have bought movies that i downloaded because i liked them, it does not hurt them, they want to stop it because it shows that even when they make a huge profit they still want more, and they can't stand that people know that.
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User avatar #22 - Sethorein (06/29/2014) [-]
literally the stupidest defense of piracy ever. Yet, it's the most commonly touted one I tend to see.

Tell me, what are you paying a lawyer for? Is he providing you a physical product? No. He's providing you a service. Would you ever find it justified to not pay a lawyer for his service just because he still keeps his knowledge of law even when you take advantage of it without proper compensation?

I can accept when they make no feasible legal way of obtaining something. That is a case where the ownace is really on the content producers to be more dilligent in providing the means to purchase legally, and I presume you imply that you would pay for something you pirated the moment it became feasible to purchase.

Oh and your last comment about the fact that they make so much money despite losing profit? Still not a justification for stealing their services. Seriously, you think the relationship between producer and consumer is one where once the producer becomes wealthy enough the consumer no longer holds the obligation to pay? That's the same bloody mentality of people who don't get vaccines because they figure everyone else will. You're still damaging the freaking industry even if the industry maintains a degree of success from the people who actually pay for their shit.
#151 - anonymous (06/29/2014) [-]
Since everyone sucks at defending piracy, I'll have to do it myself. I'll just present a condensed version. Intellectual property laws are supposedly for the benefit of society. Whether they help authors or not is another story. Copyright is supposed to incentivize the production of works. Trademarks are supposed to help prevent consumer confusion. Patents are supposed to help document the working mechanisms of inventions.

Intellectual property has failed us because:
1. it makes us think ideas are property and deters the spread of knowledge (its very goal)
2. It has resulted in millions of frivolous lawsuits (which kill projects) and costs us billions in tax money in court costs
3. It has screwed up the preservation of old works and it inconveniences consumers (DRM, no reverse engineering)
4. It fucks over the blind, the deaf, and foreigners (adapting a book is illegal)
5. Orphan works are a serious problem

Piracy is the only way to rebel against this injustice.
User avatar #42 - raskullquake (06/29/2014) [-]
Theres an issue with film industry and in general any entertainment product: you get no refunds. See, if you buy a car and youre not satisfied with its quality, you can get a refund. But why should I pay 10 € for a movie that is pure shit? Its like they sell you a car with no engine and you get no fucking refunds. If film/game industry wants to change things, they need to start lowering the prices or bringing something new to the table. In gaming there are some experiments on the way, like for example letting you play a game for 48 hours, so you can try it, see if you like, and if so, buy it.
tl;dr in general people dont mind paying for good shit, the thing is they cant test if a film/game is good beforehand
User avatar #32 - silverzepher (06/29/2014) [-]
i had a 4 paragraph response to this, thanks to my phone being a dick this odd what you will get.

1.get arrested, listen to the rights they read you. pay close attention to the past about your consul

2.No, we do not have an equal paying field with the people who make and tsell the product

3. we have 3 ways of dealing with theissue, we accept their terms no matter whatthey are, we go without,out we take it

4. traffic, and trying on shoes before youbuy them.

5. youthink it is wrong because we don't pay for it, we say if we don't like it why should we be forced to pay for it.

6.we cannot starve them of revenue for low quality or Sunday material/products, yet we cannot allow them to charge us for them at the same cost of great quality work.

7. if it doesn't become accessible to us, then we wouldn't have bought it in the first place, so they have lost nothing.

8. even if it is accessibleto is, and wet do not feel the urge to buy it, then we would not have bought it before, nothing lost.
User avatar #16 - VincentKing (06/29/2014) [-]
I second that. If we all pirated things or watched it for free, the industry would get no money, and stop making what we love
#128 - greyhoundfd (06/29/2014) [-]
Except, here's the thing, most evidence shows that the people who pirate movies the most are also the voracious consumers of movies, they are the people who go out to the theater for movies all the time. In addition, you also have to consider why people are pirating. People don't just pirate for fun, they do it for a reason. I pirate games sometimes, and I'm not ashamed to admit that. Do you know why? Because I only pirate the games of developers that no longer exist, and if I pirate a game of a developer that still exists, it's because I'm between paychecks and as soon as money comes in I plan on buying the game.

I pirated Dark Souls, played it for a while, didn't hugely like it, but as soon as I had money I bought it off of Steam. This is actually the case for most people who pirate games. If they're pirating, it's because they consume games enough that they're still contributing to the industry more than those who don't pirate games at all.
#24 - anonymous (06/29/2014) [-]
So what?. It's entertainment. There are hundreds of things you can to entertain yourself. When there is no drinkable water or food scarcity, no housing - then you have problem. And even if you like watching stuff, people upload 100h of video on youbute every minute. There is so much stuff to watch you couldn't if you tried. Fuck movie industry, fuck game industry, fuck movie industry, fuck porn industry. They can totally dissapear tommorow and we would be ok. Pirate away.
User avatar #27 - Sethorein (06/29/2014) [-]
^entitled prick with no concern for the massive loss of jobs the destruction of several vast industries would cause for the planet.
User avatar #33 - silverzepher (06/29/2014) [-]
The earth is a drum and he’s hitting it on beat
The reason there’s smog in Los Angeles is ‘cause if we could see the stars
If we could see the context of the universe in which we exist
And we could see how small each one of us is
Against the vastness of what we don’t know
No one would ever audition for a McDonalds commercial again
And then where would we be?
No frozen dinners and no TV
And is that a world we want to text in?

-watsky (tiny hlowing screens pt.2)
User avatar #54 - broswagonist (06/29/2014) [-]
Ok, but now in a way I can understand.
User avatar #115 - silverzepher (06/29/2014) [-]
i think watsky has said it pretty well. listen to the song and see for yourself
User avatar #118 - broswagonist (06/29/2014) [-]
It won't help me understand what you wanted to say unless you use your own words instead of trying to be poetic.
User avatar #152 - silverzepher (06/29/2014) [-]
i'm not trying to be poetic, i am just saying that that quote cuts to the heart of it.

we are all insignificant in the big picture, we don't think we are because from the position we view it from is obscured by the things we put in our own way. you think the destruction of one or more forms of media would make a difference, while in the end you just don't want to think what would happen if the status quo was destroyed. you don't know what you would do now with out big budget, high quality, mass produced, movies, video games, books, shows, etc. do you think that if we found a way to make everyone have a comfortable life, without having to earn money to survive, that all forms of entertainment would just disappear?
User avatar #153 - broswagonist (06/29/2014) [-]
But... what does that have to do with the matter at hand?
User avatar #154 - silverzepher (06/29/2014) [-]
perspective
User avatar #155 - broswagonist (06/29/2014) [-]
You mean... since people don't really matter in the big picture we shouldn't really care about this?
User avatar #156 - silverzepher (06/29/2014) [-]
no sence people don't matter in the big picture we put things in our way (pirating is bad, movies are good) that make it seem like we are more important than we are.
User avatar #158 - broswagonist (06/29/2014) [-]
There's absolutely nothing I can say to argue against "nothing matters", and if that's what you think, I'll just end this discussion here.
User avatar #159 - silverzepher (06/29/2014) [-]
i didn't say nothing matters, but if that is how you feel i wont stop you.
User avatar #157 - silverzepher (06/29/2014) [-]
since
#962 - **Keleth rolled image ** sexual child of satan 06/28/2014 on Your drug dealer name +1
#1708 - **Keleth rolled image ** 06/27/2014 on What girls secretly crave 0
#10 - i went to the next post but decided to come back cause you ear…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/21/2014 on So it comes to this... +3
#11 - silenttortoise (06/22/2014) [-]
I am at work (I work in IT at a call center) and am dealing with an outage, and you sir, JUST MADE MY DAY. I gave you a thumb in return to express my gratitude for your dedication.
User avatar #33 - magicexplain (06/22/2014) [-]
You seem kind let's be friends.
#37 - silenttortoise (06/22/2014) [-]
#24 - out of genuine curiosity what the hell is his sunglasses made …  [+] (7 new replies) 06/16/2014 on (untitled) +1
User avatar #53 - cptmongtard (06/16/2014) [-]
A Ruby Quartz compound that Xavier invented for him to control his powers
#26 - BizzarreCoyote (06/16/2014) [-]
Ruby. For whatever reason, the beams are unable to penetrate rubies, thus the 'red shades at midnight'.
#27 - wellhungmonkey (06/16/2014) [-]
i'm no expert or anything, but I think that somehow the red ruby visor is somehow able to filter out the harmful part of the beams from his eyes since they are the right shade or red. I think it's kind of like how lasers can't melt things with the same color as the laser itself.
#28 - wellhungmonkey (06/16/2014) [-]
nope, i'm wrong. Found this "Cyclops's mind has a particular psionic field that is attuned to the forces that maintain the apertures that have taken the place of his eyes. Because his mind's psionic field envelops his body, it automatically shunts the other-dimensional particles back into their point of origin when they collide with his body. Thus, his body is protected from the effects of the particles, and even the thin membrane of his eyelids is sufficient to block the emission of energy. The synthetic ruby quartz crystal used to fashion the lenses of Cyclops's eyeglasses and visor is resonant to his minds' psionic field and is similarly protected."
That's the full explanation. Sorry I didn't shorten it.
User avatar #47 - redstonealchemist (06/16/2014) [-]
doesn't that mean he's immune to his own power?
therefore if that thing from one of the x-men movies (the one who had swords come out of his arms) his greatest and most powerful advantage won't affect cyclops and likewise cyclops' power won't affect him. furthermore does that power have enough power to kill logan?
#64 - wellhungmonkey (06/16/2014) [-]
yes, it means cyclops is immune to his own powers. And yes, that thing from X-men origins (a really bad version of Deadpool) would be immune to their respective powers. Also, Logan's mutation is that he has claws and he heals ridiculously fast. He can regenerate his body from just his bones.
User avatar #58 - gamagoriira (06/16/2014) [-]
Theoretically, yes.
#235 - magazine is basically a little box that holds the rounds under… 06/13/2014 on Edumacation 0
#229 - then say "mag" you lazy **** 06/13/2014 on Edumacation 0
#94 - you cannot be TRIED for the same crime twice, they merely drop…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/13/2014 on I'm surprised I haven't... +1
#96 - alterpersona (06/13/2014) [-]
that makes sense i guess.
#240 - please don't call them assault rifles, media loves it. just …  [+] (1 new reply) 06/12/2014 on don't be a pleb +1
User avatar #406 - voltkills (06/12/2014) [-]
sorry, im not an expert, i cant be bothered to learn guns in detail since they will never be legal were i live so its not really worth it
#14 - had a girl say to me once "if you want me to go, give me …  [+] (1 new reply) 06/06/2014 on Effect of Feminism 92 +4
User avatar #279 - jubbehhh (06/06/2014) [-]
You'll be surprised how much that happens, women often threaten to call rape if their guy doesn't buy them something or other things mediocre, and that guy will end up going to prison for years with no evidence that he raped her, and his entire reputation will be ruined because a whore thought it would be fun to blackmail someone.
#2470 - **Keleth rolled image ** 06/02/2014 on This is going up your butt 0
#32 - 30 minutes prior ill usually lose almost all my vision, my lim… 05/23/2014 on Migraine illustrated +1
#17 - I work at a motorcycle and sidebyside dealer. had a Can-Am Co… 03/30/2014 on Use your brain Luke 0
#183 - faith does impair your intelligence. believe nothing you are …  [+] (9 new replies) 02/06/2014 on Just owned... 0
User avatar #192 - dharkmoswen (02/06/2014) [-]
faith doesn't mean "believe nothing you are told." I have faith that god exists. I also study modern science.
#206 - magmon (02/06/2014) [-]
Faith is pretty synonymous with ignorance. For example, I once mentioned evolution to my sister, and she scoffed and smiled all big. I then slapped her and told her to be intelligent instead of being sheep. Faith is believing in things without evidence. It is, therefore, the act of believing that other means are the means to an end, when a proven means exists and is separate.
User avatar #394 - dharkmoswen (02/06/2014) [-]
In your experience. But let me clarify. You are saying that if someone is a true christian, there is no possible way they can be as smart or knowledgeable as someone without a religion?
#408 - magmon (02/07/2014) [-]
"True Christians" must always be fools because of the inherent nature of the "Truth" they see. Fundamentalism, and the way the bible is taught force "Truth" to mean ignorance.

I know Christians are capable of intellect. I have a friend who is one of the most intellectual people I know. He keeps me informed on current science and physics.
User avatar #409 - dharkmoswen (02/07/2014) [-]
The only one who seems to be limited by any "truth" is you. Things are one way, no exceptions, and you can't stand anyone poking logic shaped holes in your "reality." You, sir/madame, are a fool and there is no point in continuing to attempt to converse with you. Good day.
#414 - magmon (02/07/2014) [-]
You just don't know your own question. People following the religion as it was intended to be followed are fools. People who follow it as lay people, get the ideas and concepts without taking each story as indisputable fact, may be intelligent.
User avatar #209 - skubasteve (02/06/2014) [-]
We can prove in theory how to get the number pi. But actually being able to write is impossible. Aren't you having faith in said mathematical equation?
#407 - magmon (02/07/2014) [-]
Pi is calculable to the last repeating digits. I know for a fact what pi is.
User avatar #413 - skubasteve (02/07/2014) [-]
My apologies then. What is it?
#143 - uh huh. thats a very bold statement. while yes people who ha… 01/29/2014 on WoW statistics 0
#128 - i don't understand how i have any problems.  [+] (2 new replies) 01/29/2014 on WoW statistics +1
#137 - kezia (01/29/2014) [-]
Social problems
User avatar #143 - Keleth (01/29/2014) [-]
uh huh. thats a very bold statement. while yes people who have social anxiety tend to play mmo's to feel more accepted, thats like saying if your on facebook you have some serious problems cause there are people who makes fake accounts and "catfish" others. i play because i like hacking shit and calling people morons for standing in the fire.
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your wall looked kinda lonley so i put this random funny on it just for my new friend
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