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#252 - Anyone knows that us Americans like to call our system "U…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/10/2012 on The Metric Resistance 0
#259 - werefaw (10/11/2012) [-]
Ok, I will give you that. One thing you failed to realize, though, is the "customary" and "standard" are synonyms, which means it doesn't really matter either way. Since "standard" and "customary" refers to our system of measurement within our nation's terms, when someone from our nation talks about "standard" or "customary regarding measurement systems", it only makes since that others from said nation (like myself) would take it that way. I will try a half-assed analogy so you can hopefully see where I am coming from. People from the U.S. and people from Canada have two different currencies. Ours is USD; theirs is CAD. We both say "dollars" when referring to our currencies. If I was talking to both an American and a Canadian and mentioned that I had 10 dollars, the American would construe it as 10 USD, but the Canadian would construe it as 10 CAD (which is roughly 10.18 USD). My point is, when two different nations consider their 'whatever' to be 'this', why would someone from one nation refer to their 'whatever' and the other nations 'this'. If he is American talking about standard measurement, then it only makes since that it is interpreted the way I interpreted it.
#185 - Funny that you call the US system "standard." Howeve…  [+] (3 new replies) 10/10/2012 on The Metric Resistance +2
#250 - werefaw (10/10/2012) [-]
The U.S. calls it "U.S. Standard". I know it isn't standard by the definition of the term, but that is what it is called. Whoever made that Wikipedia page probably isn't American, and either didn't know what it is called, or didn't want to refer to it as standard. How about you do more research then checking a website that anybody can edit next time.
#252 - Powerbunny (10/10/2012) [-]
Anyone knows that us Americans like to call our system "US standard." I was just letting you know that the proper, global term for our system is United States Customary System of Units. (USCS) How about YOU do more research before you discredit wikipedia. Its not always wrong, unlike your high school teachers will have you believe.
Encyclopedia Britannica: www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/620219/United-States-Customary-System
Engineering Toolbox: www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/620219/United-States-Customary-System
CIA Factbook: www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/appendix/appendix-g. html


#259 - werefaw (10/11/2012) [-]
Ok, I will give you that. One thing you failed to realize, though, is the "customary" and "standard" are synonyms, which means it doesn't really matter either way. Since "standard" and "customary" refers to our system of measurement within our nation's terms, when someone from our nation talks about "standard" or "customary regarding measurement systems", it only makes since that others from said nation (like myself) would take it that way. I will try a half-assed analogy so you can hopefully see where I am coming from. People from the U.S. and people from Canada have two different currencies. Ours is USD; theirs is CAD. We both say "dollars" when referring to our currencies. If I was talking to both an American and a Canadian and mentioned that I had 10 dollars, the American would construe it as 10 USD, but the Canadian would construe it as 10 CAD (which is roughly 10.18 USD). My point is, when two different nations consider their 'whatever' to be 'this', why would someone from one nation refer to their 'whatever' and the other nations 'this'. If he is American talking about standard measurement, then it only makes since that it is interpreted the way I interpreted it.
#128 - Here you go! Might need cropping.  [+] (1 new reply) 08/18/2012 on Lego Cage 0
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#51 - Well this is weird.  [+] (3 new replies) 08/18/2012 on Lego Cage +13
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#128 - Powerbunny (08/18/2012) [-]
Here you go! Might need cropping.
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#80 - After actually reading through and finding out what actually w…  [+] (14 new replies) 07/01/2012 on An honest living 0
User avatar #123 - SgtObvious (07/01/2012) [-]
It forces everyone to buy something and is inevitably going to increase the national debt by a large number. It's going to do much more harm than good. Enormous national debt paves the way for another financial crisis in which everyone suffers. While at first it may help a little, it's going to be destructive in the long term.
#135 - AlreadyExists (07/01/2012) [-]
I sure am glad you won't have to buy healthcare if you can't afford it, otherwise people might go into debt.
User avatar #138 - SgtObvious (07/01/2012) [-]
The idea that the federal government is forcing people to buy something is unconstitutional. And a bad economy affects the lower classes first. Some people having medical debt isn't as bad as a bad economy in which many lose their jobs and homes.
#226 - Womens Study Major (07/01/2012) [-]
To buy something which everybody who can afford it already has, and would be stupid to not have. They don't have to buy the government plan, they can stick with their current plans if they so choose.
User avatar #151 - AlreadyExists (07/01/2012) [-]
A tax on people who can afford insurance but choose not to buy it, in order to bring about the end of "pre-existing conditions" is constitutional, at least according to the supreme court. In my opinion it's a bit pointless to not change the constitution after it being made to be amendeded on the acknowledgement that future generations would know what's good for them better than those writing it, and I think it's a bit of a dead argument after the ruling.
As for its economic impact, I think the best either of us could do is speculate, but I'd point to why Sweden is awesome and why the Gilded Age is not. Why do you think the new regulations on healthcare are bad for the economy?
User avatar #235 - SgtObvious (07/01/2012) [-]
Because the government is going to have to pay huge amounts for it and it's going to signifigantly increase the national debt while having only a minimal effect on the healthcare issue in the country. Larger national debt can lead to the US defaulting on their loans and causing another economic crisis.
User avatar #247 - AlreadyExists (07/02/2012) [-]
The changes will do many things, but putting the nation in debt doesn't seem to be one of them. With the new stuff we cut some old stuff (parts of medicare that aren't working), as well as additional taxes on insurers, pharmaceutical companies, tanning salons, and people who make over $200K annually. There's also more focus on preventative care so that healthcare's more efficient. The congressional budget office says the bill ought to reduce the yearly deficit by $210 billion. Maybe they aren't to be trusted, but I'd expect their judgement is better than mine since I lack as detailed an understanding of the bill.

I do, however, possess a detailed understanding that double-stuffed oreos are delicious, especially when dipped in milk.
User avatar #248 - AlreadyExists (07/02/2012) [-]
>we cut some old stuff (parts of medicare that aren't working), as well as additional taxes

Maybe I worded that badly; I mean to say dysfunctional medicare stuff gets cut, and additional taxes get added -> reduce debt.
User avatar #251 - SgtObvious (07/02/2012) [-]
The additional taxes are not going to get approved in Congress (and rightly so). Just cutting medicare isn't going to be enough to support the entire program. Honestly, wait 10 years and see where we are.
User avatar #145 - artillerysmith (07/01/2012) [-]
Car insurance. We all have to buy it. No one complains. I'm not for Obomacare, I'm just pointing out the main argument as the Devil's advocate.
User avatar #234 - SgtObvious (07/01/2012) [-]
You don't have to drive, so you can avoid buying it. There's no way to avoid buying health insurance.
User avatar #249 - artillerysmith (07/02/2012) [-]
This is a valid point, but I don't know many people who don't drive and also don't receive government assistance. I'm talking able bodied people over the age of 20, before a bunch of teenagers get buthurt because they can't drive.
User avatar #252 - SgtObvious (07/02/2012) [-]
But the point is that people have some sort of a choice with that. With health insurance they have zero control.
User avatar #253 - artillerysmith (07/03/2012) [-]
You make a more valid point than I do.
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#15 - Inb4 distinct wavelengths of visible light spectrum  [+] (5 new replies) 05/16/2012 on ColorBlind +1
User avatar #16 - TheWayneAdams (05/16/2012) [-]
We could perceive them differently, hence people who are colourblind.
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#34 - Except you read one of the many modern mis-translations. Also … 05/11/2012 on Lesbian Protest +8
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#99 - After looking over everything he stands for, this is the main …  [+] (1 new reply) 01/20/2012 on Join the revolution +2
#148 - Womens Study Major (01/20/2012) [-]
He has never voted against the Constitution. That is not hype. It is principled leadership. "Our country has grown to big and complex for Liberty to work anymore, we have to invade a new country every other year or the terrorizers will kill us all!" .. *facepalm
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#23 - Guys... splitting Funnyjunk into groups just like the rest of …  [+] (1 new reply) 11/08/2011 on irrelevant title here -1
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#88 - **Powerbunny rolled a random image** Hey, just so you kno… 10/22/2011 on funny stufff oc i made -1
#350 - Exactly. There are plenty of funny, hilarious things down in t…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/29/2011 on Paper Claws 0
User avatar #366 - Moushi (09/29/2011) [-]
Actually, generally if a user keeps posting, they build up their own personal fame, it's very very rare for someone to just make one post and make it straight to the front. It took me quite a good number of posts before I made it to the front.
#339 - However, a large group of us come to this site looking for a l…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/29/2011 on Paper Claws +2
User avatar #343 - idelki (09/29/2011) [-]
I do agree with you on that, though. I could see this getting 100 thumbs in total maybe, but not 1000.
#350 - Powerbunny (09/29/2011) [-]
Exactly. There are plenty of funny, hilarious things down in the 30-50 thumb range, but they never "make it big" due to a lack of fame in the community. In many instances, a poster's number of subscribers is a greater factor than the quality of their content.
User avatar #366 - Moushi (09/29/2011) [-]
Actually, generally if a user keeps posting, they build up their own personal fame, it's very very rare for someone to just make one post and make it straight to the front. It took me quite a good number of posts before I made it to the front.
#328 - >Not funny >+1481 thumb s What the hell FJ. M… 09/29/2011 on Paper Claws +1
#4 - But then the honest thing would be to advertise 12 hour protec… 09/15/2011 on Lying Listerine 0
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