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#247 - I'm not gonna pretend I know enough about US politics. Sometim…  [+] (2 replies) 01/28/2016 on Drink down your logic +1
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#249 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
That makes 320,000,001 of us, plus or minus tens of thousands of undocumented immigrants.
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#252 - beatmasterz (01/28/2016) [-]
I feel you mang, humanity has developed through trial and error. Mostly error.
#244 - I don't feel like arguing this **** because it feels like it c…  [+] (4 replies) 01/28/2016 on Drink down your logic +1
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#246 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
European liberal is far different from US progressive left. Your inclination to democratic socialism makes sense because it works there. It doesn't work here because the left wing party distorts both the definition of liberal and of equality, and you wind up with laws like the content. Who makes the laws if not the politicians? 99% of the laws on the book further the size and scope of federal government without assisting the people who are governed. I am fiscally conservative and moderate socially, which to the progressive left in the US means I am a racist bigot automatically. I demand accountability, and the progressive left offers nothing but excuses and taxes.
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#247 - beatmasterz (01/28/2016) [-]
I'm not gonna pretend I know enough about US politics. Sometimes it does sound retarded by your country has a different history and different mentality altogether. I'm honestly stumped about how your country should effectively be run.
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#249 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
That makes 320,000,001 of us, plus or minus tens of thousands of undocumented immigrants.
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#252 - beatmasterz (01/28/2016) [-]
I feel you mang, humanity has developed through trial and error. Mostly error.
#230 - I'm bitching about a problem and blaming the opposiing politic…  [+] (7 replies) 01/28/2016 on Drink down your logic +2
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#239 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
And as for the second paragraph my point is that government mandate does not beget results, it stifles them, yet the progressive left constantly seeks the government's help to make all the bad things go away. The government never changes, only people change.
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#235 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
Considering the content was a progressive left agenda item, yeah. The solution is implicit in my response, "all people need to be held accountable for their own actions even while under the influence of alcohol". The ideology of said party is that people are not responsible for their own actions depending on what category they fall in to: women or men. AKA inequality.

My retort was a simplified way of implying that any ideology suggesting that people are not held equal in responsibility for any of their own voluntary actions is a corrupt ideology with a complete disregard for ethical standards. One that openly claims women are not as capable as men in making their own choices. And that, my friend, is misogyny.
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#244 - beatmasterz (01/28/2016) [-]
I don't feel like arguing this shit because it feels like it could become a whole thing so I'll say this:

1. The notion of the content has nothing to do with politics but with law. I don't even know whether it's true, it's probably exaggerated or taken out of context. Neither of us has sufficient knowledge about law to judge it.

2. There are a lot of smart, sensible liberals and conservatives out there. There are also a fuckload of retarded ones. Funnyjunk follows the rule of funny and only emphasises the retards, or merely takes things out of context and exaggerates etc etc. Both ideologies have good and bad points, science tends to lean towards liberalism for reasons.

3. I'm European so I'm liberal by default and I'm also baffled by a lot of decisions people like Merkel and countries by Sweden make. These things have nothing to do with the ideology but circumstance, personal opinions, and stupidity.

4. Governments do really well on certain aspects like healthcare, infrastructure and steering the economy with pro and anticyclical measures. They do a bad job at other things, like profit and efficiency. The government should take certain matters into their own hands and others not. Whether they should, is to be based on empirical evidence and not misguided principles or retarded logical fallacies.

Funnyjunk has a big black-white herd mentality and I know it's hard to resist, but I implore you to think for yourself whether my words are right.
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#246 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
European liberal is far different from US progressive left. Your inclination to democratic socialism makes sense because it works there. It doesn't work here because the left wing party distorts both the definition of liberal and of equality, and you wind up with laws like the content. Who makes the laws if not the politicians? 99% of the laws on the book further the size and scope of federal government without assisting the people who are governed. I am fiscally conservative and moderate socially, which to the progressive left in the US means I am a racist bigot automatically. I demand accountability, and the progressive left offers nothing but excuses and taxes.
User avatar
#247 - beatmasterz (01/28/2016) [-]
I'm not gonna pretend I know enough about US politics. Sometimes it does sound retarded by your country has a different history and different mentality altogether. I'm honestly stumped about how your country should effectively be run.
User avatar
#249 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
That makes 320,000,001 of us, plus or minus tens of thousands of undocumented immigrants.
User avatar
#252 - beatmasterz (01/28/2016) [-]
I feel you mang, humanity has developed through trial and error. Mostly error.
#222 - One solution more than conservatards. Moreover, I'm not a poli…  [+] (9 replies) 01/28/2016 on Drink down your logic 0
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#227 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
No, your content with bitching about it and blaming the political party with opposed viewpoints for everything.

Solutions solve problems by the way, they don't simply charge people money for them. Where are the incentives for things like genetically engineered algae and biomesh that have been proven in lab settings to consume 1,000 times the CO2 of a tree by weight?
bigthink.com/ideafeed/pull-carbon-dioxide-from-the-air
www.renewableenergyworld.com/articles/print/volume-16/issue-5/bioenergy/a-new-win-win-co2-eating-microalgae-as-a-biofuel-feedstock.html
These experiments were not the result of government mandate, but rather private innovation, and you still seek to have "muh guvmint" propose a solution.... Why do you think a bunch of lackwits and criminals are capable of producing results by writing some tedious mandates on a sheet of paper when the entire history of technological and industrial advancement has proven otherwise?

You reap what you sow, unless you are government. Then you rape what others have sown.
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#230 - beatmasterz (01/28/2016) [-]
I'm bitching about a problem and blaming the opposiing political party for it? So you mean pretty much what you just did with the drunk sex thing? Gotcha, m8.

Not sure what you convince me about in the second paragraph. I never denied that private companies are capable of solving climate problems. Why not do both? The Kyoto protocol has already been helping a lot in many countries.
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#239 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
And as for the second paragraph my point is that government mandate does not beget results, it stifles them, yet the progressive left constantly seeks the government's help to make all the bad things go away. The government never changes, only people change.
User avatar
#235 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
Considering the content was a progressive left agenda item, yeah. The solution is implicit in my response, "all people need to be held accountable for their own actions even while under the influence of alcohol". The ideology of said party is that people are not responsible for their own actions depending on what category they fall in to: women or men. AKA inequality.

My retort was a simplified way of implying that any ideology suggesting that people are not held equal in responsibility for any of their own voluntary actions is a corrupt ideology with a complete disregard for ethical standards. One that openly claims women are not as capable as men in making their own choices. And that, my friend, is misogyny.
User avatar
#244 - beatmasterz (01/28/2016) [-]
I don't feel like arguing this shit because it feels like it could become a whole thing so I'll say this:

1. The notion of the content has nothing to do with politics but with law. I don't even know whether it's true, it's probably exaggerated or taken out of context. Neither of us has sufficient knowledge about law to judge it.

2. There are a lot of smart, sensible liberals and conservatives out there. There are also a fuckload of retarded ones. Funnyjunk follows the rule of funny and only emphasises the retards, or merely takes things out of context and exaggerates etc etc. Both ideologies have good and bad points, science tends to lean towards liberalism for reasons.

3. I'm European so I'm liberal by default and I'm also baffled by a lot of decisions people like Merkel and countries by Sweden make. These things have nothing to do with the ideology but circumstance, personal opinions, and stupidity.

4. Governments do really well on certain aspects like healthcare, infrastructure and steering the economy with pro and anticyclical measures. They do a bad job at other things, like profit and efficiency. The government should take certain matters into their own hands and others not. Whether they should, is to be based on empirical evidence and not misguided principles or retarded logical fallacies.

Funnyjunk has a big black-white herd mentality and I know it's hard to resist, but I implore you to think for yourself whether my words are right.
User avatar
#246 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
European liberal is far different from US progressive left. Your inclination to democratic socialism makes sense because it works there. It doesn't work here because the left wing party distorts both the definition of liberal and of equality, and you wind up with laws like the content. Who makes the laws if not the politicians? 99% of the laws on the book further the size and scope of federal government without assisting the people who are governed. I am fiscally conservative and moderate socially, which to the progressive left in the US means I am a racist bigot automatically. I demand accountability, and the progressive left offers nothing but excuses and taxes.
User avatar
#247 - beatmasterz (01/28/2016) [-]
I'm not gonna pretend I know enough about US politics. Sometimes it does sound retarded by your country has a different history and different mentality altogether. I'm honestly stumped about how your country should effectively be run.
User avatar
#249 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
That makes 320,000,001 of us, plus or minus tens of thousands of undocumented immigrants.
User avatar
#252 - beatmasterz (01/28/2016) [-]
I feel you mang, humanity has developed through trial and error. Mostly error.
#216 - Said the conservative, while blaming global warming on natural…  [+] (11 replies) 01/28/2016 on Drink down your logic +3
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#220 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
Still waiting for one of you monkeys to propose a solution to it. The best you've come up with is a carbon tax.
climatechange.procon.org/

What is the responsible action, go vegan and live innawoods with the deer?
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#222 - beatmasterz (01/28/2016) [-]
One solution more than conservatards. Moreover, I'm not a politician or a scientist. It's not my job to come up with solutions.
User avatar
#227 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
No, your content with bitching about it and blaming the political party with opposed viewpoints for everything.

Solutions solve problems by the way, they don't simply charge people money for them. Where are the incentives for things like genetically engineered algae and biomesh that have been proven in lab settings to consume 1,000 times the CO2 of a tree by weight?
bigthink.com/ideafeed/pull-carbon-dioxide-from-the-air
www.renewableenergyworld.com/articles/print/volume-16/issue-5/bioenergy/a-new-win-win-co2-eating-microalgae-as-a-biofuel-feedstock.html
These experiments were not the result of government mandate, but rather private innovation, and you still seek to have "muh guvmint" propose a solution.... Why do you think a bunch of lackwits and criminals are capable of producing results by writing some tedious mandates on a sheet of paper when the entire history of technological and industrial advancement has proven otherwise?

You reap what you sow, unless you are government. Then you rape what others have sown.
User avatar
#230 - beatmasterz (01/28/2016) [-]
I'm bitching about a problem and blaming the opposiing political party for it? So you mean pretty much what you just did with the drunk sex thing? Gotcha, m8.

Not sure what you convince me about in the second paragraph. I never denied that private companies are capable of solving climate problems. Why not do both? The Kyoto protocol has already been helping a lot in many countries.
User avatar
#239 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
And as for the second paragraph my point is that government mandate does not beget results, it stifles them, yet the progressive left constantly seeks the government's help to make all the bad things go away. The government never changes, only people change.
User avatar
#235 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
Considering the content was a progressive left agenda item, yeah. The solution is implicit in my response, "all people need to be held accountable for their own actions even while under the influence of alcohol". The ideology of said party is that people are not responsible for their own actions depending on what category they fall in to: women or men. AKA inequality.

My retort was a simplified way of implying that any ideology suggesting that people are not held equal in responsibility for any of their own voluntary actions is a corrupt ideology with a complete disregard for ethical standards. One that openly claims women are not as capable as men in making their own choices. And that, my friend, is misogyny.
User avatar
#244 - beatmasterz (01/28/2016) [-]
I don't feel like arguing this shit because it feels like it could become a whole thing so I'll say this:

1. The notion of the content has nothing to do with politics but with law. I don't even know whether it's true, it's probably exaggerated or taken out of context. Neither of us has sufficient knowledge about law to judge it.

2. There are a lot of smart, sensible liberals and conservatives out there. There are also a fuckload of retarded ones. Funnyjunk follows the rule of funny and only emphasises the retards, or merely takes things out of context and exaggerates etc etc. Both ideologies have good and bad points, science tends to lean towards liberalism for reasons.

3. I'm European so I'm liberal by default and I'm also baffled by a lot of decisions people like Merkel and countries by Sweden make. These things have nothing to do with the ideology but circumstance, personal opinions, and stupidity.

4. Governments do really well on certain aspects like healthcare, infrastructure and steering the economy with pro and anticyclical measures. They do a bad job at other things, like profit and efficiency. The government should take certain matters into their own hands and others not. Whether they should, is to be based on empirical evidence and not misguided principles or retarded logical fallacies.

Funnyjunk has a big black-white herd mentality and I know it's hard to resist, but I implore you to think for yourself whether my words are right.
User avatar
#246 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
European liberal is far different from US progressive left. Your inclination to democratic socialism makes sense because it works there. It doesn't work here because the left wing party distorts both the definition of liberal and of equality, and you wind up with laws like the content. Who makes the laws if not the politicians? 99% of the laws on the book further the size and scope of federal government without assisting the people who are governed. I am fiscally conservative and moderate socially, which to the progressive left in the US means I am a racist bigot automatically. I demand accountability, and the progressive left offers nothing but excuses and taxes.
User avatar
#247 - beatmasterz (01/28/2016) [-]
I'm not gonna pretend I know enough about US politics. Sometimes it does sound retarded by your country has a different history and different mentality altogether. I'm honestly stumped about how your country should effectively be run.
User avatar
#249 - lean (01/28/2016) [-]
That makes 320,000,001 of us, plus or minus tens of thousands of undocumented immigrants.
User avatar
#252 - beatmasterz (01/28/2016) [-]
I feel you mang, humanity has developed through trial and error. Mostly error.
#91 - Doing good on the generalising front, Funnyjunk.  [+] (2 replies) 01/28/2016 on Drink down your logic +7
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#201 - ChuckNorrisVsMRT (01/28/2016) [-]
Holy shit right?
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#99 - guillem (01/28/2016) [-]
Yup, there are many specialists on doing that here.