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#131 - Sorry for number 5. It seemed like you had no idea that there …  [+] (1 new reply) 01/16/2013 on good guy reagan +1
User avatar #133 - cheeselol (01/16/2013) [-]
fair enough.
#104 - 1. There are FAR more assaults committed with handguns than as…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/16/2013 on good guy reagan +2
User avatar #125 - cheeselol (01/16/2013) [-]
i understand all but 5. you call me ignorant for asking questions to get a balanced view, yet imply that breaks ins when people are at home and CWC contribute the majority of crimes/weapon carriers. thumb got you.
User avatar #131 - Zarke (01/16/2013) [-]
Sorry for number 5. It seemed like you had no idea that there are a minority (but a sizable one) of people that do carry their weapons, and were completely overlooking the fact that people do get "mugged" in their homes. Maybe just awkward wording on your part.

I wasn't arguing frequency. I was just arguing existence. I was more being sarcastic towards the idea that they never happen.
User avatar #133 - cheeselol (01/16/2013) [-]
fair enough.
#46 - Nein. 01/16/2013 on This makes me Führerious. -5
#320 - I'm not arguing better or worse. I just said it's good. 01/14/2013 on When someone asks me for a... 0
#292 - I'm not a huge tea guy, but Constant Comment is pretty damn good.  [+] (2 new replies) 01/14/2013 on When someone asks me for a... +3
#295 - kelex (01/14/2013) [-]
No, Liver Disaster is better
User avatar #320 - Zarke (01/14/2013) [-]
I'm not arguing better or worse. I just said it's good.
#201 - **** damn. Never once has more air come out of my… 01/13/2013 on Love Stories +2
#199 - Designed? Maybe not. But boil it down. These are mechanical de… 01/13/2013 on What? Logic? Stop that! +1
#192 - 1. Anti-hyperbole 2. Now THOSE are mundane. But vehic…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/13/2013 on What? Logic? Stop that! 0
#195 - EpicTie (01/13/2013) [-]
True but the car still wasn't designed with that in mind.
User avatar #199 - Zarke (01/13/2013) [-]
Designed? Maybe not. But boil it down. These are mechanical devices, nothing more. It's up to the end user to decide how to use them. You can be responsible or irresponsible with cars, guns, knives, baseball bats, whatever. It's in everyone's best interests that we teach everyone to treat every device, no matter what it was designed for, with the care and respect that it deserves.
#176 - Well, guns are tools primarily designed for killing, though wi…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/13/2013 on What? Logic? Stop that! 0
#179 - EpicTie (01/13/2013) [-]
I suppose but how are explosive ordinance disposal and door breaching mundane task? Also towing doesn't kill someone nor does power generation.
User avatar #192 - Zarke (01/13/2013) [-]
1. Anti-hyperbole

2. Now THOSE are mundane. But vehicular manslaughter, vehicle-assisted suicide, and drive-in robberies aren't.
#195 - EpicTie (01/13/2013) [-]
True but the car still wasn't designed with that in mind.
User avatar #199 - Zarke (01/13/2013) [-]
Designed? Maybe not. But boil it down. These are mechanical devices, nothing more. It's up to the end user to decide how to use them. You can be responsible or irresponsible with cars, guns, knives, baseball bats, whatever. It's in everyone's best interests that we teach everyone to treat every device, no matter what it was designed for, with the care and respect that it deserves.
#171 - But you can do more damage by driving your car through the pla…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/13/2013 on What? Logic? Stop that! +9
#174 - SirSheepy (01/13/2013) [-]
i laughed at that way more than i should have
#136 - Oh, get that AR-15 out of your ass. Most assault rifles and ci… 01/12/2013 on Ignorance is Bliss -2
#1 - I think she'd only be loose if she wanted #6 from the top on t… 01/11/2013 on You Want You Loose +1
#94 - A 01/11/2013 on TRIPPIN BALLS 0
#110 - He's making fun of male Bieber fans.  [+] (1 new reply) 01/10/2013 on this disturbed me +1
#113 - SlowpokeForever (01/10/2013) [-]
Ah. And now the joke is not lost on me.
#29 - Yeah, to each their own... 01/10/2013 on Breakfast +1
#27 - Sure. "Girlfriend". Got it. 01/10/2013 on Breakfast 0
#38 - And... that is noticeable recoil. 01/10/2013 on like a boss 0
#156 - Wait, hold on... Remembered hearing something about siphons on… 01/10/2013 on i heard fj likes perpetual... +1
#153 - Spending a minute poring over the info in that article, but I'…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/10/2013 on i heard fj likes perpetual... 0
#166 - anonymous (01/10/2013) [-]
Sorry for the intrusion in guys, I just wanted to word a thought. This is how i see it: conservation of energy also applies to gravity, given the fact that for something to fall because of the gravitational forces it must first be raised to that height. The same is happening in the flask. In the flask the force of gravity is applied to both parts, the liquid in the container and that in the tube. because the force per unit area (pressure) applied through the tube is only the weight of the column of liquid directly above the opening, the system will eventually stop moving as the water in the tube will weight as much as that of said column (the loss of energy is due to turbulence in the tube). The water is moving to begin with is only due to the fact that the act of pouring the liquid has given it an initial kinetic energy to begin the motion (this is also why all of the other systems need an initial push). Cheers.
User avatar #156 - Zarke (01/10/2013) [-]
Wait, hold on... Remembered hearing something about siphons only working if the end of the tube is lower than the body being drawn from... Gah. I need to do some testing.
#143 - If you slide a book across a desk, friction stops it. If you a…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/10/2013 on i heard fj likes perpetual... 0
User avatar #153 - Zarke (01/10/2013) [-]
Spending a minute poring over the info in that article, but I'll point out that the conservation of energy (which you were talking about, though your link isn't) refers to a closed system. That isn't a closed system, as a force is always being applied to the system.

It'd also help if I had some tubing on hand to do some experimenting...
#166 - anonymous (01/10/2013) [-]
Sorry for the intrusion in guys, I just wanted to word a thought. This is how i see it: conservation of energy also applies to gravity, given the fact that for something to fall because of the gravitational forces it must first be raised to that height. The same is happening in the flask. In the flask the force of gravity is applied to both parts, the liquid in the container and that in the tube. because the force per unit area (pressure) applied through the tube is only the weight of the column of liquid directly above the opening, the system will eventually stop moving as the water in the tube will weight as much as that of said column (the loss of energy is due to turbulence in the tube). The water is moving to begin with is only due to the fact that the act of pouring the liquid has given it an initial kinetic energy to begin the motion (this is also why all of the other systems need an initial push). Cheers.
User avatar #156 - Zarke (01/10/2013) [-]
Wait, hold on... Remembered hearing something about siphons only working if the end of the tube is lower than the body being drawn from... Gah. I need to do some testing.
#136 - But... Gravity is always applying a force to that system. It d…  [+] (6 new replies) 01/10/2013 on i heard fj likes perpetual... -1
User avatar #141 - sovereignsunkown (01/10/2013) [-]
it has to have some amount of friction in the system, which causes energy to be lost due to conversion to heat.
User avatar #143 - Zarke (01/10/2013) [-]
If you slide a book across a desk, friction stops it. If you actively push the book, you overcome friction by applying a force. Gravity is constantly applying a force greater than the force of friction, else the device wouldn't have worked in the first place.
User avatar #153 - Zarke (01/10/2013) [-]
Spending a minute poring over the info in that article, but I'll point out that the conservation of energy (which you were talking about, though your link isn't) refers to a closed system. That isn't a closed system, as a force is always being applied to the system.

It'd also help if I had some tubing on hand to do some experimenting...
#166 - anonymous (01/10/2013) [-]
Sorry for the intrusion in guys, I just wanted to word a thought. This is how i see it: conservation of energy also applies to gravity, given the fact that for something to fall because of the gravitational forces it must first be raised to that height. The same is happening in the flask. In the flask the force of gravity is applied to both parts, the liquid in the container and that in the tube. because the force per unit area (pressure) applied through the tube is only the weight of the column of liquid directly above the opening, the system will eventually stop moving as the water in the tube will weight as much as that of said column (the loss of energy is due to turbulence in the tube). The water is moving to begin with is only due to the fact that the act of pouring the liquid has given it an initial kinetic energy to begin the motion (this is also why all of the other systems need an initial push). Cheers.
User avatar #156 - Zarke (01/10/2013) [-]
Wait, hold on... Remembered hearing something about siphons only working if the end of the tube is lower than the body being drawn from... Gah. I need to do some testing.
#165 - What bothers me is how people use tragedies to promote their p…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/09/2013 on 'Murica +3
#205 - sinisterainbow (01/09/2013) [-]
#37 - "Prudish" and "Matronly" have a slightly i… 01/09/2013 on I saw an article on slut... +1
#2 - No boner, stop it. 01/07/2013 on Title -2
#7 - So, you want to limit gun crime by giving criminals a map to f… 01/07/2013 on Gun Justice? +2
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User avatar #7 - vanoreo (02/12/2013) [-]
****** OP blocked me lol, he is butthurt.

You are correct about the Prohibition. I was thinking about the 19th Amendment.

WHICH DENIED WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE
User avatar #8 to #7 - Zarke (02/12/2013) [-]
I'll disagree with that amendment and point that back to the Declaration of Independence:

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

As far as I can see, something denying women a political voice (part of Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness) shouldn't be in there anyways, and I'm glad that society has progressed past that point.
User avatar #9 to #8 - vanoreo (02/12/2013) [-]
k

But daviddavidson is one butthurt ************ .
User avatar #10 to #9 - Zarke (02/12/2013) [-]
I personally think your statements were idiotic. It seems like you've posed much irritation to him in the past. I only let a mosquito land on me so many times before I figure it needs a swat.
User avatar #11 to #10 - vanoreo (02/12/2013) [-]
Meh, some parts of it were genuinely me trying to piss him off (and it worked) and some were actually my opinion.

>Hunting = Good

>AR's = Bad

Whether or not you're a sane human being, that gun can easily go into the wrong hands
User avatar #12 to #11 - Zarke (02/12/2013) [-]
Any gun can go into the wrong hands. Not just "so-called" ARs (which in reality is a scare-term used to describe semi-automatic rifles with scary-looking furniture). Remember that Virginia Tech massacre? Committed with handguns (using 17 10-round magazines at that). Columbine? Shotguns/handguns.

There are millions of these "assault rifles" in the U.S. The vast, vast, VAST majority of which are not used in crime and likely never will be.
User avatar #13 to #12 - vanoreo (02/12/2013) [-]
I for one think we should just get rid of guns all together sometimes...

But that would be incredibly hard, impractical, and guntoting rednecks would get mad.
User avatar #14 to #13 - Zarke (02/12/2013) [-]
Well, that's pretty well impossible and would likely do no good. You'd have to extract everybody from the country, overturn all the soil, search every nook and cranny, and force everybody to walk back in one at a time through metal detectors.

Secondly, not just rednecks. When there's almost a gun for every person in the U.S., you can't generalize such a large number of people as "gun-toting rednecks". People from all walks of life collect, shoot, protect themselves with, hunt with, and compete with firearms. I mean, what about recreational shooters? We aren't harming anybody, and you're arbitrarily robbing us of our hobby because you don't like guns. That goes right against our rights to Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.
User avatar #6 - Zarke (06/08/2012) [-]
Wow... People actually go through with this stuff sometimes...
#5 - cowpog (06/08/2012) [-]
You're FABULOUS darling!
#4 - seekay ONLINE (06/08/2012) [-]
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User avatar #3 - quotetype ONLINE (06/08/2012) [-]
COMMENT VIRGINITY :D. oh and btw your fabulous.
User avatar #2 - walcorn ONLINE (06/08/2012) [-]
You're fabulous
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