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#255 - I'm not sure where you read that the universe's expansion is s…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/19/2015 on Last Year in Science +1
User avatar #307 - lisreal (03/19/2015) [-]
Again, I couldn't tell you where I read it. I was little when I did but it must have stuck. Logically you'd think something like that would slow down over time, but it's amazing how the universe works.

Interesting read though, thanks a lot
#1391 - Yeah, I always have some kind of space ones. It's hard to find… 02/25/2015 on Post a screenshot of your... 0
#1377 - Picture  [+] (2 new replies) 02/25/2015 on Post a screenshot of your... 0
User avatar #1381 - TheTanyanator (02/25/2015) [-]
Nice! I always have space ones.
#1391 - azinfoo (02/25/2015) [-]
Yeah, I always have some kind of space ones. It's hard to find good ones with good resolutions though
#189 - I didn't say anyone who says anything bad about them is a &quo…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/11/2015 on Anti-Muslims -1
User avatar #200 - gharshi (02/11/2015) [-]
never claimed that it was justified. Also, securation is far from an "Islam exclusive" thing. just because the rest happens under the table, doesn't mean it doesn't happen. specifically with the french artists thing, they lost all their credibility to me the day they fired one of their cartoonists for making fun of Jews. why didn't anyone react to that? because his faith wasn't extreme enough? when all the supporters are so extremely pro-freedom of expression, then why didn't anyone give a shit when Maurice Sinet was fired in 2009? do people have to be butchered for us to suddenly care?
#159 - I disagree with what you say about their interpretation of Isl… 02/11/2015 on Anti-Muslims -2
#155 - "Eye for an eye makes the world go blind" I… 02/11/2015 on Anti-Muslims -1
#147 - This is exactly what I'm talking about. People saying "wh… 02/11/2015 on Anti-Muslims +1
#126 - Well what was your point then?  [+] (6 new replies) 02/11/2015 on Anti-Muslims +1
User avatar #129 - heartlessrobot (02/11/2015) [-]
Well, you said some muslims defend the actions of the extremists, I was stating that the comparison still holds, since kids defend the actions of other kids.
User avatar #156 - Einsty (02/11/2015) [-]
That doesn't really make them honorable now does it?
User avatar #157 - heartlessrobot (02/11/2015) [-]
Depends, do you think it is more important to defend your people or defend the people that would just as soon label you a terrorist because you're tan and have a beard?
And no, I'm not defending terrorists, I'm playing devil's advocate. There's far more than one side to every story.
User avatar #164 - Einsty (02/11/2015) [-]
If you side with a terrorist, you will get labeled a terrorist and rightfully so.

As for me, I think that you need to defend good. Good people, good values. Otherwise the world will be a shit place to live. "Your people" is irrelevant. If my best friend would burn an innocent alive, I would not hesitate to remove him from existence. Because at that point, he would cease to be my friend at all.
User avatar #167 - heartlessrobot (02/11/2015) [-]
Some people see this as defending themselves from foreign invaders.
I'd say it's no longer defense when you're kidnapping people and beheading them on video, but apparently people disagree with me.
I personally think a crop-duster full of pigs blood would deter attacks, since they think they'll go to hell if it touches them.
User avatar #170 - Einsty (02/11/2015) [-]
I just hope people will see the error of their ways. It's kinda like hoping Odin will grant everyone wisdom.
#123 - I think you're comparing apples to oranges. Defending a relat…  [+] (8 new replies) 02/11/2015 on Anti-Muslims +2
User avatar #124 - heartlessrobot (02/11/2015) [-]
Well I did say it doesn't actually work with the comparison.
#126 - azinfoo (02/11/2015) [-]
Well what was your point then?
User avatar #129 - heartlessrobot (02/11/2015) [-]
Well, you said some muslims defend the actions of the extremists, I was stating that the comparison still holds, since kids defend the actions of other kids.
User avatar #156 - Einsty (02/11/2015) [-]
That doesn't really make them honorable now does it?
User avatar #157 - heartlessrobot (02/11/2015) [-]
Depends, do you think it is more important to defend your people or defend the people that would just as soon label you a terrorist because you're tan and have a beard?
And no, I'm not defending terrorists, I'm playing devil's advocate. There's far more than one side to every story.
User avatar #164 - Einsty (02/11/2015) [-]
If you side with a terrorist, you will get labeled a terrorist and rightfully so.

As for me, I think that you need to defend good. Good people, good values. Otherwise the world will be a shit place to live. "Your people" is irrelevant. If my best friend would burn an innocent alive, I would not hesitate to remove him from existence. Because at that point, he would cease to be my friend at all.
User avatar #167 - heartlessrobot (02/11/2015) [-]
Some people see this as defending themselves from foreign invaders.
I'd say it's no longer defense when you're kidnapping people and beheading them on video, but apparently people disagree with me.
I personally think a crop-duster full of pigs blood would deter attacks, since they think they'll go to hell if it touches them.
User avatar #170 - Einsty (02/11/2015) [-]
I just hope people will see the error of their ways. It's kinda like hoping Odin will grant everyone wisdom.
#117 - The problem is a lot of Muslims who would describe themselves …  [+] (21 new replies) 02/11/2015 on Anti-Muslims +4
User avatar #172 - gharshi (02/11/2015) [-]
not just muslims. people from all around the world said that they had it coming. and they did. they got dozens of threats, not just by the muslims but all the religions and stereotypes they enforced. Not to mention the hypocrisy where one of their artists was fired for being "anti Semitic" for making fun of jews.

just because something horrible happened to them doesn't mean they automatically become saints. off fucking course they didn't deserve to die, but painting anyone who dares to say anything against them as "terrorist sympathizers" is plain stupid
#189 - azinfoo (02/11/2015) [-]
I didn't say anyone who says anything bad about them is a "terrorist sympathizer". Nor did I say they have become saints. But they have become martyrs. They died speaking out against ideas with which they didn't agree, as one should have the freedom to do. Unfortunately, as we've seen recently, this is a freedom which people can not enjoy without fear of reprisal. Like I said in a previous comment, just because this response to their drawings was expected does not mean at all that it was justified. There are no ideas which are free from criticism; Islam is no exception. And unless we want to take a turn down the 1984 road as a society, then we must maintain people's right to freedom of expression.
User avatar #200 - gharshi (02/11/2015) [-]
never claimed that it was justified. Also, securation is far from an "Islam exclusive" thing. just because the rest happens under the table, doesn't mean it doesn't happen. specifically with the french artists thing, they lost all their credibility to me the day they fired one of their cartoonists for making fun of Jews. why didn't anyone react to that? because his faith wasn't extreme enough? when all the supporters are so extremely pro-freedom of expression, then why didn't anyone give a shit when Maurice Sinet was fired in 2009? do people have to be butchered for us to suddenly care?
#154 - anonymous (02/11/2015) [-]
Think of it this way. You call a guy a bitch and he smacks you in the face. You had it coming but it's still wrong for him to do that.
ISIS is at war. They are weak and need to fight the rest of the world. They will do anything to further their cause. Do you honestly think that attacks in the west are not inevitable.
I'm a Muslim and I am completely against ISIS because what it does is wrong. They wrongly misinterpret the religion to their gain and completely ignore the large parts of it that tell them what they do is wrong!

#159 - azinfoo (02/11/2015) [-]
I disagree with what you say about their interpretation of Islam. The Qu'ran explicitly says that the penalty for apostasy is death. It also says that infidels have two choices: convert to Islam or be killed. The problem with ISIS is not that they stray from the teachings of the Qu'ran. They problem is that they follow them all to closely.
#139 - carbonlifeform (02/11/2015) [-]
ISIS is a direct byproduct of the the US fucking up Iraq and the middle east.
#155 - azinfoo (02/11/2015) [-]
"Eye for an eye makes the world go blind"

I don't agree with many things that the US had done in the Middle East. However, the barbaric things that we've seen in the past few months from ISIS doesn't solve any problems. And regardless or the way the US has taken advantage of the Middle East and its peoples, burning men alive and beheading innocent civilians cannot be justified.
#137 - anonymous (02/11/2015) [-]
Well i don't think that killing those people was okay but i don't think it's okay to mock people's religion, you can critisiese but me personaly think they tok it a step too far . I mean what did they think would happen ?
#147 - azinfoo (02/11/2015) [-]
This is exactly what I'm talking about. People saying "what did they think would happen?"

They are a satire magazine. The whole idea of satire is to criticize ideas or organisations through mockery. They're criticizing the idea that "depicting Muhammed is forbidden" by drawing Muhammed. They should not fear reprisal for their criticism. We live in a society where it is very important that we have the freedom to criticize all ideas, good or bad. When you say "what did they think would happen", perhaps you have a point. I mean after all, it was only a few years prior that a Danish magazine also published images of Muhammed which lead to Muslims in several countries burning down fucking embassies. I mean, even Charlie Hebdo alone had already incurred the wrath of Islam before when they had their office burned down.

So yes, maybe you're right when you say that they should have seen this coming. But just because it was expected, does mean it was justified. It's still disgusting.
#133 - kingoflint (02/11/2015) [-]
Muslims everywhere condemn this shit every time it happens, it just doesn't get the coverage it deserves. kurzman.unc.edu/islamic-statements-against-terrorism/
User avatar #153 - truesmokewolf (02/11/2015) [-]
Compare this to the current protests in London, with 3,000+ Muslims chanting for an end of Freedom of Speech because democracy insults Islam. 3,000+ Muslims chanting about the rightful killings in Paris.
User avatar #119 - heartlessrobot (02/11/2015) [-]
"Yeah, but it was kinda funny when jimmy put a tack on the teacher's seat"
Doesn't actually work with the comparison, but I imagine some kids WOULD defend the actions of the one that misbehaved.
#123 - azinfoo (02/11/2015) [-]
I think you're comparing apples to oranges. Defending a relatively harmless prank because it was funny =/= defending the motives of murderers because you are offended by a drawing.
User avatar #124 - heartlessrobot (02/11/2015) [-]
Well I did say it doesn't actually work with the comparison.
#126 - azinfoo (02/11/2015) [-]
Well what was your point then?
User avatar #129 - heartlessrobot (02/11/2015) [-]
Well, you said some muslims defend the actions of the extremists, I was stating that the comparison still holds, since kids defend the actions of other kids.
User avatar #156 - Einsty (02/11/2015) [-]
That doesn't really make them honorable now does it?
User avatar #157 - heartlessrobot (02/11/2015) [-]
Depends, do you think it is more important to defend your people or defend the people that would just as soon label you a terrorist because you're tan and have a beard?
And no, I'm not defending terrorists, I'm playing devil's advocate. There's far more than one side to every story.
User avatar #164 - Einsty (02/11/2015) [-]
If you side with a terrorist, you will get labeled a terrorist and rightfully so.

As for me, I think that you need to defend good. Good people, good values. Otherwise the world will be a shit place to live. "Your people" is irrelevant. If my best friend would burn an innocent alive, I would not hesitate to remove him from existence. Because at that point, he would cease to be my friend at all.
User avatar #167 - heartlessrobot (02/11/2015) [-]
Some people see this as defending themselves from foreign invaders.
I'd say it's no longer defense when you're kidnapping people and beheading them on video, but apparently people disagree with me.
I personally think a crop-duster full of pigs blood would deter attacks, since they think they'll go to hell if it touches them.
User avatar #170 - Einsty (02/11/2015) [-]
I just hope people will see the error of their ways. It's kinda like hoping Odin will grant everyone wisdom.

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