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Video Games Played: League of Legends, L.A. Noire, GTA IV
Interests: Porn, sexuality, politics, philosophy
Date Signed Up:12/18/2009
Location:Somewhere where I dont know where I am
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#46 - If you're so terrified of a person that you don't think you ca…  [+] (1 new reply) 6 hours ago on Isn't a feminist world such... 0
User avatar #48 - emptysuperman (16 minutes ago) [-]
Which is why the post would help. So they don't find out.
#44 - I don't know how I can possibly say it any clearer. …  [+] (3 new replies) 8 hours ago on Isn't a feminist world such... 0
User avatar #45 - emptysuperman (7 hours ago) [-]
Clearly you don't understand how some abuse works. The victim can feel completely unable to get out. To a rational person, it may seem obvious, just pack your things in the night and go. But to some victims, the fear and control is so strong that they feel like the abuser can find them anywhere. Cheating on that partner, may be a way out. Even if it's not, it's fulfilling a need that the victim isn't getting. With an abusive relationship (at least one as extreme as the situation we are talking) the sex is more like rape, or could just be flat out rape. Are you saying that the victim should ignore their needs for the sake of the abuser?
User avatar #46 - LazierThanThou (6 hours ago) [-]
If you're so terrified of a person that you don't think you can leave them for fear that they'll hurt you, what do you think the chances are that they'll be willing to cheat?

Your argument is bad and ridiculous and you clearly don't understand universal principals.
User avatar #48 - emptysuperman (16 minutes ago) [-]
Which is why the post would help. So they don't find out.
#41 - That's a great argument. Instead of focusing on philosophy an…  [+] (5 new replies) 8 hours ago on Isn't a feminist world such... 0
User avatar #42 - emptysuperman (8 hours ago) [-]
I refuse to believe anyone could believe in such a general statement, especially since they were presented with a clear situation that was clearly gray. I can't believe that someone would think that a victim of abuse should have any kind of respect for an abusive relationship. I can't believe that someone would say that a victim of abuse should stifle there own happiness, needs, and hope of escape for the benefit of the relationship with thier abuser. Maybe I'm just being optimistic in assuming that you know I'm right. I suppose it's possible you're just a retard.
User avatar #44 - LazierThanThou (8 hours ago) [-]
I don't know how I can possibly say it any clearer.

GET OUT OF THE RELATIONSHIP!

Why is that so difficult for you to understand? At the point where you're talking about abuse, you're no longer talking about the morality of cheating, you're talking about a situation that needs to be resolved before getting into another relationship, even if it's a purely sexual one. Fucking someone other than your significant whatever is not going to help that. At all. Not even a little.

But even in this ridiculously stupid, empty situation you're suggesting, I stand by my position. Cheating is universally wrong.
User avatar #45 - emptysuperman (7 hours ago) [-]
Clearly you don't understand how some abuse works. The victim can feel completely unable to get out. To a rational person, it may seem obvious, just pack your things in the night and go. But to some victims, the fear and control is so strong that they feel like the abuser can find them anywhere. Cheating on that partner, may be a way out. Even if it's not, it's fulfilling a need that the victim isn't getting. With an abusive relationship (at least one as extreme as the situation we are talking) the sex is more like rape, or could just be flat out rape. Are you saying that the victim should ignore their needs for the sake of the abuser?
User avatar #46 - LazierThanThou (6 hours ago) [-]
If you're so terrified of a person that you don't think you can leave them for fear that they'll hurt you, what do you think the chances are that they'll be willing to cheat?

Your argument is bad and ridiculous and you clearly don't understand universal principals.
User avatar #48 - emptysuperman (16 minutes ago) [-]
Which is why the post would help. So they don't find out.
#39 - #1. That doesn't make cheating acceptable. You can be friend…  [+] (8 new replies) 9 hours ago on Isn't a feminist world such... 0
User avatar #40 - emptysuperman (8 hours ago) [-]
I'm not gonna sit here and argue when you know I'm right. I'm guessing someone cheated on you and you're a little sore.
#47 - newprinny (1 hour ago) [-]
Look, even if you were right (which you are clearly not), calling someone retarded and trying to end a debate by saying "you know I'm right" automatically discredits every other word that comes out of your mouth, dood. There is never an excuse to willingly and knowingly cheat on your partner, even in your "gray area," because if you're in an abusive relationship, you go to the police, not go looking around for new dick.
User avatar #41 - LazierThanThou (8 hours ago) [-]
That's a great argument. Instead of focusing on philosophy and universals and truth, just say "you know I'm right" as though that you can prove that or that it actually matters.

You're just a sore little bitch because you don't have any arguments because cheating is universally wrong.
User avatar #42 - emptysuperman (8 hours ago) [-]
I refuse to believe anyone could believe in such a general statement, especially since they were presented with a clear situation that was clearly gray. I can't believe that someone would think that a victim of abuse should have any kind of respect for an abusive relationship. I can't believe that someone would say that a victim of abuse should stifle there own happiness, needs, and hope of escape for the benefit of the relationship with thier abuser. Maybe I'm just being optimistic in assuming that you know I'm right. I suppose it's possible you're just a retard.
User avatar #44 - LazierThanThou (8 hours ago) [-]
I don't know how I can possibly say it any clearer.

GET OUT OF THE RELATIONSHIP!

Why is that so difficult for you to understand? At the point where you're talking about abuse, you're no longer talking about the morality of cheating, you're talking about a situation that needs to be resolved before getting into another relationship, even if it's a purely sexual one. Fucking someone other than your significant whatever is not going to help that. At all. Not even a little.

But even in this ridiculously stupid, empty situation you're suggesting, I stand by my position. Cheating is universally wrong.
User avatar #45 - emptysuperman (7 hours ago) [-]
Clearly you don't understand how some abuse works. The victim can feel completely unable to get out. To a rational person, it may seem obvious, just pack your things in the night and go. But to some victims, the fear and control is so strong that they feel like the abuser can find them anywhere. Cheating on that partner, may be a way out. Even if it's not, it's fulfilling a need that the victim isn't getting. With an abusive relationship (at least one as extreme as the situation we are talking) the sex is more like rape, or could just be flat out rape. Are you saying that the victim should ignore their needs for the sake of the abuser?
User avatar #46 - LazierThanThou (6 hours ago) [-]
If you're so terrified of a person that you don't think you can leave them for fear that they'll hurt you, what do you think the chances are that they'll be willing to cheat?

Your argument is bad and ridiculous and you clearly don't understand universal principals.
User avatar #48 - emptysuperman (16 minutes ago) [-]
Which is why the post would help. So they don't find out.
#37 - Yes, even then. If you have an abusive partner who makes you …  [+] (10 new replies) 9 hours ago on Isn't a feminist world such... 0
User avatar #38 - emptysuperman (9 hours ago) [-]
Do you know what trapped means? "If you ever leave me, I'll kill you." Now imagine the abused partner meets a great person who is interested. That great person asks them out on a date. Maybe cheating would be a way to get out of that abusive relationship. Often, abusers will make the victim cut ties with all their family and friends. At least cheating will make them remember they are human and give them access to someone who can help them.
User avatar #39 - LazierThanThou (9 hours ago) [-]
#1. That doesn't make cheating acceptable. You can be friends with someone without engaging in sexual intercourse, which can make you feel like a human being again and lead to that very same awakening wherein you blah blah blah Lifetime story bullshit.

#2. Are you aware that people can *gasp* go to jail for that kind of behavior? That you can get restraining orders and all manner of help from charities in such situations that will help relocate you so you can stay away from such toxic people? None of them require you fucking someone.
User avatar #40 - emptysuperman (8 hours ago) [-]
I'm not gonna sit here and argue when you know I'm right. I'm guessing someone cheated on you and you're a little sore.
#47 - newprinny (1 hour ago) [-]
Look, even if you were right (which you are clearly not), calling someone retarded and trying to end a debate by saying "you know I'm right" automatically discredits every other word that comes out of your mouth, dood. There is never an excuse to willingly and knowingly cheat on your partner, even in your "gray area," because if you're in an abusive relationship, you go to the police, not go looking around for new dick.
User avatar #41 - LazierThanThou (8 hours ago) [-]
That's a great argument. Instead of focusing on philosophy and universals and truth, just say "you know I'm right" as though that you can prove that or that it actually matters.

You're just a sore little bitch because you don't have any arguments because cheating is universally wrong.
User avatar #42 - emptysuperman (8 hours ago) [-]
I refuse to believe anyone could believe in such a general statement, especially since they were presented with a clear situation that was clearly gray. I can't believe that someone would think that a victim of abuse should have any kind of respect for an abusive relationship. I can't believe that someone would say that a victim of abuse should stifle there own happiness, needs, and hope of escape for the benefit of the relationship with thier abuser. Maybe I'm just being optimistic in assuming that you know I'm right. I suppose it's possible you're just a retard.
User avatar #44 - LazierThanThou (8 hours ago) [-]
I don't know how I can possibly say it any clearer.

GET OUT OF THE RELATIONSHIP!

Why is that so difficult for you to understand? At the point where you're talking about abuse, you're no longer talking about the morality of cheating, you're talking about a situation that needs to be resolved before getting into another relationship, even if it's a purely sexual one. Fucking someone other than your significant whatever is not going to help that. At all. Not even a little.

But even in this ridiculously stupid, empty situation you're suggesting, I stand by my position. Cheating is universally wrong.
User avatar #45 - emptysuperman (7 hours ago) [-]
Clearly you don't understand how some abuse works. The victim can feel completely unable to get out. To a rational person, it may seem obvious, just pack your things in the night and go. But to some victims, the fear and control is so strong that they feel like the abuser can find them anywhere. Cheating on that partner, may be a way out. Even if it's not, it's fulfilling a need that the victim isn't getting. With an abusive relationship (at least one as extreme as the situation we are talking) the sex is more like rape, or could just be flat out rape. Are you saying that the victim should ignore their needs for the sake of the abuser?
User avatar #46 - LazierThanThou (6 hours ago) [-]
If you're so terrified of a person that you don't think you can leave them for fear that they'll hurt you, what do you think the chances are that they'll be willing to cheat?

Your argument is bad and ridiculous and you clearly don't understand universal principals.
User avatar #48 - emptysuperman (16 minutes ago) [-]
Which is why the post would help. So they don't find out.
#13 - That poor dumb bastard. 11 hours ago on le friendzone 0
#35 - Cheating is universally wrong.  [+] (12 new replies) 11 hours ago on Isn't a feminist world such... 0
User avatar #36 - emptysuperman (9 hours ago) [-]
Even in the example I gave? Are you retarded?
#37 - LazierThanThou (9 hours ago) [-]
Yes, even then. If you have an abusive partner who makes you feel trapped, THEN YOU GET THE FUCK OUT OF THE RELATIONSHIP. Not because cheating is immoral, but because that's a parasitic relationship and you're killing yourself by being in it. Cheating on an abusive partner is just going to make them more abusive.
User avatar #38 - emptysuperman (9 hours ago) [-]
Do you know what trapped means? "If you ever leave me, I'll kill you." Now imagine the abused partner meets a great person who is interested. That great person asks them out on a date. Maybe cheating would be a way to get out of that abusive relationship. Often, abusers will make the victim cut ties with all their family and friends. At least cheating will make them remember they are human and give them access to someone who can help them.
User avatar #39 - LazierThanThou (9 hours ago) [-]
#1. That doesn't make cheating acceptable. You can be friends with someone without engaging in sexual intercourse, which can make you feel like a human being again and lead to that very same awakening wherein you blah blah blah Lifetime story bullshit.

#2. Are you aware that people can *gasp* go to jail for that kind of behavior? That you can get restraining orders and all manner of help from charities in such situations that will help relocate you so you can stay away from such toxic people? None of them require you fucking someone.
User avatar #40 - emptysuperman (8 hours ago) [-]
I'm not gonna sit here and argue when you know I'm right. I'm guessing someone cheated on you and you're a little sore.
#47 - newprinny (1 hour ago) [-]
Look, even if you were right (which you are clearly not), calling someone retarded and trying to end a debate by saying "you know I'm right" automatically discredits every other word that comes out of your mouth, dood. There is never an excuse to willingly and knowingly cheat on your partner, even in your "gray area," because if you're in an abusive relationship, you go to the police, not go looking around for new dick.
User avatar #41 - LazierThanThou (8 hours ago) [-]
That's a great argument. Instead of focusing on philosophy and universals and truth, just say "you know I'm right" as though that you can prove that or that it actually matters.

You're just a sore little bitch because you don't have any arguments because cheating is universally wrong.
User avatar #42 - emptysuperman (8 hours ago) [-]
I refuse to believe anyone could believe in such a general statement, especially since they were presented with a clear situation that was clearly gray. I can't believe that someone would think that a victim of abuse should have any kind of respect for an abusive relationship. I can't believe that someone would say that a victim of abuse should stifle there own happiness, needs, and hope of escape for the benefit of the relationship with thier abuser. Maybe I'm just being optimistic in assuming that you know I'm right. I suppose it's possible you're just a retard.
User avatar #44 - LazierThanThou (8 hours ago) [-]
I don't know how I can possibly say it any clearer.

GET OUT OF THE RELATIONSHIP!

Why is that so difficult for you to understand? At the point where you're talking about abuse, you're no longer talking about the morality of cheating, you're talking about a situation that needs to be resolved before getting into another relationship, even if it's a purely sexual one. Fucking someone other than your significant whatever is not going to help that. At all. Not even a little.

But even in this ridiculously stupid, empty situation you're suggesting, I stand by my position. Cheating is universally wrong.
User avatar #45 - emptysuperman (7 hours ago) [-]
Clearly you don't understand how some abuse works. The victim can feel completely unable to get out. To a rational person, it may seem obvious, just pack your things in the night and go. But to some victims, the fear and control is so strong that they feel like the abuser can find them anywhere. Cheating on that partner, may be a way out. Even if it's not, it's fulfilling a need that the victim isn't getting. With an abusive relationship (at least one as extreme as the situation we are talking) the sex is more like rape, or could just be flat out rape. Are you saying that the victim should ignore their needs for the sake of the abuser?
User avatar #46 - LazierThanThou (6 hours ago) [-]
If you're so terrified of a person that you don't think you can leave them for fear that they'll hurt you, what do you think the chances are that they'll be willing to cheat?

Your argument is bad and ridiculous and you clearly don't understand universal principals.
User avatar #48 - emptysuperman (16 minutes ago) [-]
Which is why the post would help. So they don't find out.
#34 - I'm curious as to what you mean by "militarization of the…  [+] (1 new reply) 11 hours ago on Where is the media outrage +1
User avatar #218 - bolas (1 hour ago) [-]
I mean the excessive armor and weaponry, unnecessary surprise raids and military mindset. It's unfortunate that the power dynamic between the police and the community is starting to resemble soldiers in an occupied country.
#7 - Says who? 11 hours ago on get your shit together 0
#11 - It's a common erroneous belief that you have to have a certain…  [+] (1 new reply) 11 hours ago on I've got a long road ahead... +8
User avatar #14 - thatflyguy (10 hours ago) [-]
I was unaware! Glad to join the party
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#598 - LazierThanThou (07/22/2014) [-]
Well that escalated quickly.
User avatar #599 to #598 - joshlol (07/22/2014) [-]
god damn and I thought I got a lot of those things
User avatar #600 to #599 - LazierThanThou (07/22/2014) [-]
In retrospect, I'm betting it was just a bug or something. I probably didn't earn all of them.

I'm curious, though. How many did you get?
User avatar #601 to #600 - joshlol (07/22/2014) [-]
I only got 2 from **** but I have 39 atm from reposting **** and have probably had close to 50 in total, it seems easier to get them like that than **** though since I don't often see many **** content's with over 150 thumbs unless it's some camwhore
User avatar #602 to #601 - LazierThanThou (07/22/2014) [-]
Yeah, the amount of thumbs you can get in **** seems to have dropped somewhat. I remember a back when you could get 200-300 thumbs pretty easy. Perhaps people just didn't thumb down as much back then, though.

Anyway, I'm off to bed. See ya around.
User avatar #603 to #602 - joshlol (07/22/2014) [-]
bye
User avatar #593 - ubisoft (06/30/2014) [-]
Actually sorry it's.
SS-Obersturmbannf├╝hrer Lazier.
User avatar #594 to #593 - LazierThanThou (06/30/2014) [-]
That's quite the title. Any particular reason you're giving it to me?
User avatar #595 to #594 - ubisoft (06/30/2014) [-]
No particular reason Fuhrer Lazier you just seem awesome as fak.
User avatar #596 to #595 - LazierThanThou (06/30/2014) [-]
One does ones best.
User avatar #597 to #596 - ubisoft (06/30/2014) [-]
As always Obersturmbannf├╝hrer, of course.
User avatar #592 - ubisoft (06/30/2014) [-]
Heil UberFruher Lazier
#590 to #589 - LazierThanThou (06/19/2014) [-]
It was everything I dreamed it would be.
User avatar #591 to #590 - soundofwinter (06/19/2014) [-]
This is everything I feared it would be
User avatar #587 - finalrendition (05/27/2014) [-]
HE'S BACK
User avatar #588 to #587 - LazierThanThou (05/28/2014) [-]
Indeed I am.
User avatar #576 - LazierThanThou (05/27/2014) [-]
Fresh start.

Maybe this time I wont get banned.
User avatar #577 to #576 - Sunset (05/27/2014) [-]
HEY!
User avatar #578 to #577 - LazierThanThou (05/27/2014) [-]
Hello.
User avatar #579 to #578 - Sunset (05/27/2014) [-]
how've you been?
User avatar #580 to #579 - LazierThanThou (05/27/2014) [-]
Well enough.

Yourself?
User avatar #581 to #580 - Sunset (05/27/2014) [-]
better. gonna go to college, getting a job soon hopefully
User avatar #582 to #581 - LazierThanThou (05/27/2014) [-]
Congratulations. Sounds like things are going well for you.
User avatar #583 to #582 - Sunset (05/27/2014) [-]
they are! things are probably the best they've ever been for me now
User avatar #584 to #583 - LazierThanThou (05/27/2014) [-]
That's really good to hear.

Hate to be a downer, but I was about to get to bed when you contacted me. I'm really beat, so I'm gonna get to sleep.

I'll talk to you later.
User avatar #585 to #584 - Sunset (05/27/2014) [-]
night man. nice to see you around again
User avatar #586 to #585 - LazierThanThou (05/27/2014) [-]
Same here. Have a good one.
 
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