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#82 - So Java is the finicky weapon that explodes all the time while… 01/08/2015 on If programming languages... +1
#39 - Son going down the path of violence? Use violence to teach him…  [+] (11 new replies) 01/05/2015 on "Gangsta" Son getin rekt -57
User avatar #152 - becauseoprahsaidso (01/05/2015) [-]
You are the softest pussy I have ever seen. The kid wants to carry a gun and sell drugs but don't hit him because that will scar him emotionally. haha you're a fucking joke.
User avatar #149 - yumpod (01/05/2015) [-]
you must be a special kind of stupid
User avatar #135 - Kairyuka (01/05/2015) [-]
I'm going to have to agree with you, he didn't need to hit the kid, his words were the weight against the kid.
#125 - anonymous (01/05/2015) [-]
you grew up in a very liberal household i presume
#113 - julescb (01/05/2015) [-]
The problem with today's parenting is kids think they are completely equal in terms of power with parents. They're "friends" on equal terms.

No. That's not how it works. The parent is in charge. And I believe a little fear is a good thing so that you think twice of doing anything stupid.
#111 - anonymous (01/05/2015) [-]
Yeah dude, the guy should've put him on the naughty step.
#101 - soulfate (01/05/2015) [-]
This is not abuse or even physical discipline. This was a lesson.

The father did not hit his son for wanting to be a gangster, selling drugs and such. He hit him to show him what happens. He hit him to show his son he doesn't have what it takes to live such a life. If he can't beat up his own father how will he defend himself when some thugged out mother fucker is about to kick his shit over a $5 bag of dope?

The only discipline this kid recieved as shown in the video was being sent to his room. Everything else was showing the tough life he would be living and that he really isn't up for the task of fighting for that life.

Now if you want a real video of child abuse, check out this Texas Judge beating his daughter with cerebral pulsy for downloading music: www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2229077/Judge-William-Adams-suspended-beating-cerebral-palsy-daughter-returns-bench.html

is there any lesson here? Downloading music is bad and the consequences of getting caught by me is a beating? This just teaches her to be more careful to not get caught and helps her harness a hatred toward her father that has torn the family apart. The kid in this video was not abused. He was going down a dark path and the father showed what that path entails. The lesson he takes away is that he is not cut out for it and that his father loves and believes in him enough that he sees a bright future academically or athletically where he can earn the respect of others.
#99 - siriuslygrim (01/05/2015) [-]
You sound like someone who didn't get spanked enough. Proper discipline sticks with children long after they leave their parents, so this dad was literally just knocking some sense into his kid.
User avatar #89 - Shiny (01/05/2015) [-]
I'd agree if it was something like letting grades slip to failing levels, but his son literally told his family that he wants to be a homicidal degenerate because he thinks it's cool. This is dangerous thinking.
User avatar #40 - LEAFMAN (01/05/2015) [-]
you need to understand the difference between abuse and discipline...
#41 - ileiktrolling (01/05/2015) [-]
agree'd, if you can watch this and think "wow thats a bad parent" your an idiot...
#39 - If a company gets wealthy enough to form a monopoly in a free … 12/31/2014 on I agree 0
#30 - When people talk about the Free Market they are talking about …  [+] (2 new replies) 12/31/2014 on I agree -4
User avatar #71 - jukuku (12/31/2014) [-]
There are numerous instances where the lack of regulation allowed for terrible things to happen.

How about the tainting of blood products with HIV? Inadequately tested drugs going to market? Monopolization of internet services?

The idea that a free (really it is a chaotic market) is the perfect solution is delusional.
User avatar #42 - blewws (12/31/2014) [-]
That's a pretty idealistic way of seeing it. Without any regulations or government interference companies are free to monopolize, lie, and cheat. In a truly free market, the rich get richer and the poor suffer for it. Without taxes, for example, there would be no civil services. Only the rich would have an education, good housing and food, and the like. And maybe those wealthy folks worked hard and earned every cent, but that doesn't change the fact that the majority are up shits creek. Maybe they made poor choices. Maybe they were unlucky. Maybe they're dumber, weaker, or sicker. Maybe they're lazier and don't even deserve the money. Does that mean they and their families should suffer? Does it mean they should starve or freeze or never get an education? I don't think so. Not when it isn't necessary. In a truly free market the wealthy would, ideally, earn their wealth fairly because they were smart, persistent, and hard working. They might deserve everything they get. But they don't need it and I think reducing human suffering is far more important than economic fairness.
#43 - You have the right to own a gun of that caliber because you ar… 12/31/2014 on Top comment deserved its... 0
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#12 - I'm not sure, but the hospital does get more funding the longe… 12/30/2014 on Terry +1
#41 - #37 said it. She's a shallow whore. You said it yourself. … 12/23/2014 on Friendzone 0
#12 - I suppose that's true. But the sense of entitlement would mean…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/22/2014 on Good Guy Gangster -1
User avatar #16 - lean (12/22/2014) [-]
Yeah. The Great Depression was a direct result of government mismanagement. The stock market crash caused "bank runs" where everyone makes crazy withdrawals because faith in the banking system had just been shattered. Instead of the Fed supporting the banks (giving the cash reserves for which they insured the banks) the Fed clammed up. This led to widespread bank failure. The Fed looked on until it was too late, not realizing that the collapse in banking itself was precipitated by a lack of available funding. People had no money, so less was spent- boom, economic collapse.
#9 - It's not that people have forgotten, it's that people don't ca…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/22/2014 on Good Guy Gangster +1
User avatar #10 - lean (12/22/2014) [-]
Still breaks down to entitlement. People without the means think they deserve the same level of house/car etc as people who can afford these things, and the banks reinforce that entitlement. It generally screws everyone
User avatar #12 - Yardie (12/22/2014) [-]
I suppose that's true. But the sense of entitlement would mean nothing if banks actually had to ensure that their loans and investments were sound, and if they'd go out of business if they fucked up like they should.

Of course the sense of entitlement is what causes legislation like that in the first place though. I think it all started with the artificial boom of the 20's, where people were partying 24/7 instead of working 24/7 like they had to through the rest of human history. Then the crash happened and people of course for their own convenience blamed the system rather than themselves, and wanted to continue that carefree roaring 20's lifestyle, so came Government make-work jobs and eventually the Welfare State which made entitlement even more of a problem, and now here we are less than 100 years later and things just continue getting worse.
User avatar #16 - lean (12/22/2014) [-]
Yeah. The Great Depression was a direct result of government mismanagement. The stock market crash caused "bank runs" where everyone makes crazy withdrawals because faith in the banking system had just been shattered. Instead of the Fed supporting the banks (giving the cash reserves for which they insured the banks) the Fed clammed up. This led to widespread bank failure. The Fed looked on until it was too late, not realizing that the collapse in banking itself was precipitated by a lack of available funding. People had no money, so less was spent- boom, economic collapse.
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