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#83 - the cuban cigar is no longer what it used to be  [+] (2 replies) 11/26/2016 on RIP Castro +6
#106 - derpylights (11/26/2016) [-]
Can confirm they are for the most part trash. The only thing that made them unique was that you couldn't get them legally. I've had better cigars that you can just buy anywhere.
#85 - JGKingpin (11/26/2016) [-]
N..No...

Oh well. I have always been partial to my Havana Honeys if I come across one.
#65 - doing drugs is a personal freedom, the freedom to choose b…  [+] (3 replies) 11/26/2016 on Norwegian Drunk Football 0
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#66 - drastronomy (11/26/2016) [-]
Yet, doing drugs is nearly universally considered immoral. At any rate, it goes to show that freedom to do something does not imply that it is right to do something.
I am not christian, and no, i do not believe in "saving for marriage". I do, however, believe sex should occur exclusively within devoted relationships.

It is only boring if you are too weak of mind to find pleasure in anything else. If you ask me, such individuals are more animal than human.

Debauchery has always been a thing, but it has never been celebrated to the extent it is today. Before, it was counted as a shame, and debaucherers were often expelled from society. Not now though, the tables have turned and now you are a pariah if you avoid degeneracy.
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#67 - adrilazzaro (11/26/2016) [-]
drinking is hardly universally considered immoral, perhaps by extreme puritans. You're on the losing side of this, debauchery and drinking may have been deemed immoral by the zealous extremist religious institutions that had ruled over the world for the past ~millenia but in truth people always partied, and they will continue to, because its fun. It's a release from otherwise mundane and repetitive lives. The only difference now is that we've gotten rid of freedom oppressing religious institutions, so people are free to act how they want without fear of "eternal damnation". Go be a bore on your own
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#69 - drastronomy (11/26/2016) [-]
Drinking is not immoral. Drunkenness is. And no, it is not widely considered immoral anymore, but i believe that is a sign of a decadent society, i.e. aforementioned decadent rome.

The people of the past rarely partied. They did not have the resources to. It is only due to the growth in the middle class and subsequent resource abundance that hedonism has become a wide-spread trend. This has, as mentioned, occured once before, in decadent rome.

You are contradicting yourself there. You say that the "zealous extremists" hampered freedom by simply telling people they would go to hell if they acted contrary to religious doctrine. Religious institutions did not force people to not drink, they simply stated that one would be damned to hell if they did. The people running these institutions believed this as well, and if they did not, they knew that they needed to maintain these laws in order to ensure the survival of their society. People chose to avoid drinking, as they themselves believed it to be immoral as a result of the religion they adhered to.

Also, why is losing your mind and losing your sense of time and place considered a "release", and why would people choose to act in such a way as opposed to attempting to improve their mundane lives? Furthermore, i would argue drunkenness is on its own both mundane and repetitive. Hence why alcoholism is shunned.
#52 - /bait  [+] (3 replies) 11/24/2016 on Why is no one talking about... +7
#53 - removeleftists (11/24/2016) [-]
>bait
no
i'm dead serious
masturbation is a waste of time
at least for me
my opinion isn't a fact nor should it apply to anyone
but since i've reduced it my life has improved in every aspect
#82 - notagainpls (11/25/2016) [-]
I get the impression you don't have hands and shitpost with the help of siri
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#81 - sloar (11/25/2016) [-]
If you think masturbation is a waste of time, you suck at it
#29 - You clearly don't know your history. When do you think Rome fe…  [+] (5 replies) 11/24/2016 on Norwegian Drunk Football -1
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#47 - drastronomy (11/24/2016) [-]
Nor do you it seems, because any idiot would know there are a multitude of factors, therein the populace's indifference to military activity as spurred by the onset of debauchery and moral decadence. The logistical factors, although equally significant, had still been managed do a decent degree in the past.

Victorian puritanism is an awful example, as it is basically the manifestation of human hypocrisy. Orgies and fetishism were especially popular then, especially under masquerade balls and such, as it had been throughout the end of the age of enlightenment as well. Yes, such behaviour will always be a plague upon humanity, as there will always be those who distance themselves from moral behaviour, however it is only in decadent society that degeneracy is explicitly condoned and celebrated as opposed to being viewed as a shameful, awful act.

>most priests probably drank and fucked in private
There is absolutely no evidence whatsoever for this claim aside from your own preconceptions. Considering the fact that priests lived amongst one another, i really doubt that they would do such a thing, especially considering the extreme degrees to which some of them expressed their devotion - i.e. by wearing horsehair robes, fasting, etc.

>express your personal freedoms
That is one hell of a euphemism. You might as well call doing drugs a "personal freedom". You express your freedom not by commiting immoral acts, but by willingly choosing not to do so. That is how freedom is truly appreciated.
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#65 - adrilazzaro (11/26/2016) [-]
doing drugs is a personal freedom, the freedom to choose between doing and not doing drugs. Whats your ideal lifestyle anyways? that people dont fuck till theyre married and live a life of servitude to god without any sort of self-indulgence? sounds awful boring to me (and to most people, cause if you havent realized "debauchery" has always been a thing
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#66 - drastronomy (11/26/2016) [-]
Yet, doing drugs is nearly universally considered immoral. At any rate, it goes to show that freedom to do something does not imply that it is right to do something.
I am not christian, and no, i do not believe in "saving for marriage". I do, however, believe sex should occur exclusively within devoted relationships.

It is only boring if you are too weak of mind to find pleasure in anything else. If you ask me, such individuals are more animal than human.

Debauchery has always been a thing, but it has never been celebrated to the extent it is today. Before, it was counted as a shame, and debaucherers were often expelled from society. Not now though, the tables have turned and now you are a pariah if you avoid degeneracy.
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#67 - adrilazzaro (11/26/2016) [-]
drinking is hardly universally considered immoral, perhaps by extreme puritans. You're on the losing side of this, debauchery and drinking may have been deemed immoral by the zealous extremist religious institutions that had ruled over the world for the past ~millenia but in truth people always partied, and they will continue to, because its fun. It's a release from otherwise mundane and repetitive lives. The only difference now is that we've gotten rid of freedom oppressing religious institutions, so people are free to act how they want without fear of "eternal damnation". Go be a bore on your own
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#69 - drastronomy (11/26/2016) [-]
Drinking is not immoral. Drunkenness is. And no, it is not widely considered immoral anymore, but i believe that is a sign of a decadent society, i.e. aforementioned decadent rome.

The people of the past rarely partied. They did not have the resources to. It is only due to the growth in the middle class and subsequent resource abundance that hedonism has become a wide-spread trend. This has, as mentioned, occured once before, in decadent rome.

You are contradicting yourself there. You say that the "zealous extremists" hampered freedom by simply telling people they would go to hell if they acted contrary to religious doctrine. Religious institutions did not force people to not drink, they simply stated that one would be damned to hell if they did. The people running these institutions believed this as well, and if they did not, they knew that they needed to maintain these laws in order to ensure the survival of their society. People chose to avoid drinking, as they themselves believed it to be immoral as a result of the religion they adhered to.

Also, why is losing your mind and losing your sense of time and place considered a "release", and why would people choose to act in such a way as opposed to attempting to improve their mundane lives? Furthermore, i would argue drunkenness is on its own both mundane and repetitive. Hence why alcoholism is shunned.
#24 - lmao binge drinking has been a thing since we discovered alcoh…  [+] (18 replies) 11/24/2016 on Norwegian Drunk Football +2
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#25 - drastronomy (11/24/2016) [-]
The binge drinking in rome was one of the factors behind the fall of rome. It is literally a sympyom of decadence, along with orgies and sexual promiscuity,

Also, drunkenness was looked down upon since the early days of christianity, as it falls under the category of debauchery.
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#36 - legoheadman (11/24/2016) [-]
'The fall of rome was due to overdrinking'

I can just imagine Ceaser lying in bed hungover as fuck and his parliament is like "shit bro! Goths, viking and Gauls at the gates!" And Ceasar is like "Fuck off cunt! Im too fucking fucked to get up!"
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#44 - drastronomy (11/24/2016) [-]
tbh thats basically how it worked
The excess of luxury resources and slave labour basically made the general populace distanced from everything but their immediate bodily desires.
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#34 - testaburger (11/24/2016) [-]
""Also, drunkenness was looked down upon since the early days of christianity"
All the more reason to get drunk.
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#45 - drastronomy (11/24/2016) [-]
Christianity built western civilization, m'lady
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#48 - testaburger (11/24/2016) [-]
Even if that were true, so what? Nordics have always gotten drunk.
Before, during and after christianity.
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#49 - drastronomy (11/24/2016) [-]
Yeah, and every nordic probably walked around with horned helmets and went on raids every day.
It is like you want our heritage to be nothing but a walking satire.

Throughout most of the middle ages, and especially during the age of enlightenment and nationalromanticism, drunkenness was considered immoral.
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#60 - testaburger (11/24/2016) [-]
Sure thing, buddy
#31 - orsis (11/24/2016) [-]
Thats why christ himself turned water to wine. amidoingitright.jpg
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#46 - drastronomy (11/24/2016) [-]
And why he has explicitly condemned hedonism and debauchery, and why Gluttony (which, contrary to pop culture, also includes alchohol) is a deadly sin
#51 - orsis (11/24/2016) [-]
Wearing clothes with diverse fabrics needs to be punished aswell right? And death to all heathen. amiright?
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#53 - drastronomy (11/24/2016) [-]
Nice meme, m'lady. Such rules, along with the abolition of swine, were considered sins not due to inherent immorality, but due to the context of the time - ie, that mixed fabrics entailed exorbirance and waste of textile, which was expensive at the time.

It is not only the bible that condemns debauchery, however, it is nearly all western philosophers, even non-christian ones. For some among many examples, see >>#52
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#29 - adrilazzaro (11/24/2016) [-]
You clearly don't know your history. When do you think Rome fell? overnight? the biggest change was it's split into the western and eastern sections, it was caused due to political instability because it was too big, unsustainable, but after the split it lasted several hundred years. Also, sex and "debauchery" and promiscuity are more ancient than Rome. I bet you think victorian era behavior was actually puritan, it wasn't. The church just wanted it to be, most priests probably drank and fucked in private. People like to get fucked and fuck since the beginning of history and they will continue to do so don't start condemning everyone else just because you personally don't want to express your personal freedoms
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#47 - drastronomy (11/24/2016) [-]
Nor do you it seems, because any idiot would know there are a multitude of factors, therein the populace's indifference to military activity as spurred by the onset of debauchery and moral decadence. The logistical factors, although equally significant, had still been managed do a decent degree in the past.

Victorian puritanism is an awful example, as it is basically the manifestation of human hypocrisy. Orgies and fetishism were especially popular then, especially under masquerade balls and such, as it had been throughout the end of the age of enlightenment as well. Yes, such behaviour will always be a plague upon humanity, as there will always be those who distance themselves from moral behaviour, however it is only in decadent society that degeneracy is explicitly condoned and celebrated as opposed to being viewed as a shameful, awful act.

>most priests probably drank and fucked in private
There is absolutely no evidence whatsoever for this claim aside from your own preconceptions. Considering the fact that priests lived amongst one another, i really doubt that they would do such a thing, especially considering the extreme degrees to which some of them expressed their devotion - i.e. by wearing horsehair robes, fasting, etc.

>express your personal freedoms
That is one hell of a euphemism. You might as well call doing drugs a "personal freedom". You express your freedom not by commiting immoral acts, but by willingly choosing not to do so. That is how freedom is truly appreciated.
User avatar
#65 - adrilazzaro (11/26/2016) [-]
doing drugs is a personal freedom, the freedom to choose between doing and not doing drugs. Whats your ideal lifestyle anyways? that people dont fuck till theyre married and live a life of servitude to god without any sort of self-indulgence? sounds awful boring to me (and to most people, cause if you havent realized "debauchery" has always been a thing
User avatar
#66 - drastronomy (11/26/2016) [-]
Yet, doing drugs is nearly universally considered immoral. At any rate, it goes to show that freedom to do something does not imply that it is right to do something.
I am not christian, and no, i do not believe in "saving for marriage". I do, however, believe sex should occur exclusively within devoted relationships.

It is only boring if you are too weak of mind to find pleasure in anything else. If you ask me, such individuals are more animal than human.

Debauchery has always been a thing, but it has never been celebrated to the extent it is today. Before, it was counted as a shame, and debaucherers were often expelled from society. Not now though, the tables have turned and now you are a pariah if you avoid degeneracy.
User avatar
#67 - adrilazzaro (11/26/2016) [-]
drinking is hardly universally considered immoral, perhaps by extreme puritans. You're on the losing side of this, debauchery and drinking may have been deemed immoral by the zealous extremist religious institutions that had ruled over the world for the past ~millenia but in truth people always partied, and they will continue to, because its fun. It's a release from otherwise mundane and repetitive lives. The only difference now is that we've gotten rid of freedom oppressing religious institutions, so people are free to act how they want without fear of "eternal damnation". Go be a bore on your own
User avatar
#69 - drastronomy (11/26/2016) [-]
Drinking is not immoral. Drunkenness is. And no, it is not widely considered immoral anymore, but i believe that is a sign of a decadent society, i.e. aforementioned decadent rome.

The people of the past rarely partied. They did not have the resources to. It is only due to the growth in the middle class and subsequent resource abundance that hedonism has become a wide-spread trend. This has, as mentioned, occured once before, in decadent rome.

You are contradicting yourself there. You say that the "zealous extremists" hampered freedom by simply telling people they would go to hell if they acted contrary to religious doctrine. Religious institutions did not force people to not drink, they simply stated that one would be damned to hell if they did. The people running these institutions believed this as well, and if they did not, they knew that they needed to maintain these laws in order to ensure the survival of their society. People chose to avoid drinking, as they themselves believed it to be immoral as a result of the religion they adhered to.

Also, why is losing your mind and losing your sense of time and place considered a "release", and why would people choose to act in such a way as opposed to attempting to improve their mundane lives? Furthermore, i would argue drunkenness is on its own both mundane and repetitive. Hence why alcoholism is shunned.
#231 - ...there are a lot of black and muslim people in the UK, thoug…  [+] (1 reply) 11/23/2016 on Prison population across... +3
#268 - thisisforgayboard (11/23/2016) [-]
feral city niggers =/= black europeans

#94 - well i mean thats like 5'8 so average modern height really  [+] (1 reply) 11/13/2016 on Discuss Stuff +14
#231 - anon (11/14/2016) [-]
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