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#101 - but the flash can move fast enough to phase through any solid …  [+] (1 new reply) 04/12/2014 on CHOOSE 0
#135 - splyt (04/12/2014) [-]
batman never needs to, he's outwitted the flash a thousand times over and (if you saw Justice League: Doom) can easily neutralize him or kill him if he were to break his code
#147 - he might say how much hp he has in that episode, its been awhi…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/11/2014 on n00bz +1
User avatar #238 - beldepinda (04/12/2014) [-]
Ah, thanks. Altough I was more referring to the skill switch. And I checked the episode back with sicillia in it. The subs on animetwist say 400 points per 10 seconds.
#125 - i really wish i could remember exacts, but someone actually we…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/11/2014 on n00bz +2
User avatar #141 - beldepinda (04/11/2014) [-]
Oeh, can I have source on that? (I just want to learn more since I like the SOA universe)
#147 - bendertherobo (04/11/2014) [-]
he might say how much hp he has in that episode, its been awhile since i watched it. but you also might be able to see the number when he is looking through his gear in the english dubbed version, but I havent been able to find any site that lists his stats at variuous levels.
User avatar #238 - beldepinda (04/12/2014) [-]
Ah, thanks. Altough I was more referring to the skill switch. And I checked the episode back with sicillia in it. The subs on animetwist say 400 points per 10 seconds.
#317 - I decided to move back to a smaller comment haha, and yeah tha… 03/14/2014 on (untitled) 0
#311 - infants problem solve, pulling a chair up to a counter to reac…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/14/2014 on (untitled) 0
#316 - deezknuts Comment deleted by bendertherobo
#292 - a baby can be induced through chemical exposure to produce sem…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/14/2014 on (untitled) 0
User avatar #298 - deezknuts (03/14/2014) [-]
that's still illogical reasoning. That implies that the ability too reproduce is completely necessary for life which is just fuckery. Just because a fetus can't reproduce doesn't mean it isn't alive. It just means it hasn't formed individual sperm and eggs yet. That doesn't make it a non-living thing.
#290 - it isnt the same, a fetus does not use sexual repression, it u…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/14/2014 on (untitled) 0
User avatar #291 - deezknuts (03/14/2014) [-]
babies cannot reproduce ever either. dude that argument just doesn't make any sense
#292 - bendertherobo (03/14/2014) [-]
a baby can be induced through chemical exposure to produce semen or eggs, a fetus cant, its literally the simplest concept ive stated today. a baby has everything it needs to reproduce, a fetus doesn't.
User avatar #298 - deezknuts (03/14/2014) [-]
that's still illogical reasoning. That implies that the ability too reproduce is completely necessary for life which is just fuckery. Just because a fetus can't reproduce doesn't mean it isn't alive. It just means it hasn't formed individual sperm and eggs yet. That doesn't make it a non-living thing.
#285 - first off, learn what higher order thinking is, a two year old…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/14/2014 on (untitled) 0
User avatar #293 - deezknuts (03/14/2014) [-]
infant's can't problem solve either

legality is the part we're trying to change THAT'S what I'm trying to say

fetuses also respond to stimulation, we just can't observe it easily. "just because you can't see it doesn't mean it isn't happening"

babies can't adapt to their surroundings and you have yet to separate an embryo from a newborn baby

"a fetus is a non-living thing that grows into a living thing"
that doesn't make any sense whatsoever. a fetus has nothing acted upon it to magically change it from a non living thing to a living thing. the magical life fairy doesn't go poof and make it living. it's already living.
#311 - bendertherobo (03/14/2014) [-]
infants problem solve, pulling a chair up to a counter to reach the cookie jar is problem solving, the only other animals that do that sort of thing are the more intelligent forms of primates, not a coincidence.

changing the legaility of abortion and when a fetus is considered human are two different things, if you want to change both, fine, but my "when a fetus is considered a living thing" argument works for both of these situations.

put a baby in their crip, if they get hungry, they cry, if they get hot, they pull their blanket off, id they get cold, they pull it back over them, just because we dont see babies building houses doesn't mean they don't do anything.

a fetus does not respond to stimulation outside of reflexive movements which is not a response, it's a reflex, anything operating electrically with movable components does it, you want to argue that a robot is a living thing too? we can see a fetus in the womb, hell we have tools specifically designed to do that.

you know how all life started? and i assume you aren't religious since you dismissed the magical man theory. Random particles from stardust just happened to form in the perfect way for a living thing to form, it was pure luck, so yes, non-living things do turn into living things under the right conditions, and a mothers womb is designed to provide those conditions for the fetus.

and since the reply limit on the other one is reached im replying to it here too, even if you want to disregard the reproduction aspect, its still missing two other requirements to be living, so sure, lets throw reproduction out the window, still isn't a living thing.
#316 - deezknuts Comment deleted by bendertherobo
#265 - being human is not what separates us from all other animals, h…  [+] (10 new replies) 03/14/2014 on (untitled) 0
User avatar #275 - deezknuts (03/14/2014) [-]
and fuck your mother kind sir, I WILL use the children argument because they're the same thing. children and fetuses have the same sexual repression involved in their development, and to say that one is due to sexual repression and one is due to it not being alive is just retarded.
#290 - bendertherobo (03/14/2014) [-]
it isnt the same, a fetus does not use sexual repression, it uses "it doesn't have sexal organs developed" it's not the same, they are completely different, kids have reproduction "capability" a fetus has 0 it CAN NOT reproduce "ever" no miracle of science could ever cause a fetus to reproduce, children have been seen as young as 6 or 7 able to have children due to the increased exposure to hormones, a fetus does not have trhe organs developed, so it can't make life besides the life it will eventually grow into
User avatar #291 - deezknuts (03/14/2014) [-]
babies cannot reproduce ever either. dude that argument just doesn't make any sense
#292 - bendertherobo (03/14/2014) [-]
a baby can be induced through chemical exposure to produce semen or eggs, a fetus cant, its literally the simplest concept ive stated today. a baby has everything it needs to reproduce, a fetus doesn't.
User avatar #298 - deezknuts (03/14/2014) [-]
that's still illogical reasoning. That implies that the ability too reproduce is completely necessary for life which is just fuckery. Just because a fetus can't reproduce doesn't mean it isn't alive. It just means it hasn't formed individual sperm and eggs yet. That doesn't make it a non-living thing.
User avatar #273 - deezknuts (03/14/2014) [-]
"being human is not what separates us from all other animals, having a brain capable of sentience and higher order thinking is, which a fetus does not have, without that, we would still be humans, but we would be the same as every other animal. "

You're right. let's kill the retards (and the normal humans who are not yet capable of higher order thinking)

Legally does not matter. We are trying to CHANGE the law. Not focus on what it currently says. Pro-life people want that law to change, and we have to do so on a purely scientific basis. Your legal argument is entirely cyclical. You're saying that since the law says "x", your opinion on why the law is correct must be valid.

4. Response to environment: since comatose peopple can't respond to their environment, they must not be alive.

5. Reproduction: since four year olds can't reproduce, they must not be living things

6. Adapting to environments: that particular argument relates to a species evolving.. a two month old baby can't adapt to it's environment either.

And if a fetus is not a living thing, it must be dead. there's no purgatory here, it's either a living organism and since it's unique in DNA, it's a SEPARATE living organism from the mother and father or a dead organism.
#285 - bendertherobo (03/14/2014) [-]
first off, learn what higher order thinking is, a two year old has higher order thinking, it not "being smart" its being able to problem solve.

legally still matters, because you are trying to change a LAW you make no sense, regardless of what the current state of a law is, you cant disregard the legal aspects of the law in general, a fetus is legally considered a human around the third trimester in general, not just in regards to abortion.

people in comas respond to stimulus in their environments, their brainwaves change based on it, hearing a loved ones voice, stress being applied to the body, hearing a song they liked, just because you can't see it doesn't mean it isn't happening.

I addressed this in my original point, I'm not going to bother arguing this with someone who is only interested in shoving their opinions down others throats, at least give people the decency to read what they fucking write.

this isnt true at all, humans were exposed in nature, so we built shelter, winter is cold, we made clothing, roofs are too high, we made ladders, those are all adaptations to our environment, plus black people aren't a different species, yet they are black because the area they lived in was constantly exposed to the sun, so their skin produced more of the chemical to help protect itself against the sun, you move somewhere like Antarctica, your blood will thicken over time, because it needs more blood cells to transport oxygen since your body has to constantly generate heat, we constantly adapt to our environment, a fetus doesn't.

both a sperm and an egg are non living things that combine to create a living thing, a fetus is a non living thing that grows into a living thing, simple.
User avatar #293 - deezknuts (03/14/2014) [-]
infant's can't problem solve either

legality is the part we're trying to change THAT'S what I'm trying to say

fetuses also respond to stimulation, we just can't observe it easily. "just because you can't see it doesn't mean it isn't happening"

babies can't adapt to their surroundings and you have yet to separate an embryo from a newborn baby

"a fetus is a non-living thing that grows into a living thing"
that doesn't make any sense whatsoever. a fetus has nothing acted upon it to magically change it from a non living thing to a living thing. the magical life fairy doesn't go poof and make it living. it's already living.
#311 - bendertherobo (03/14/2014) [-]
infants problem solve, pulling a chair up to a counter to reach the cookie jar is problem solving, the only other animals that do that sort of thing are the more intelligent forms of primates, not a coincidence.

changing the legaility of abortion and when a fetus is considered human are two different things, if you want to change both, fine, but my "when a fetus is considered a living thing" argument works for both of these situations.

put a baby in their crip, if they get hungry, they cry, if they get hot, they pull their blanket off, id they get cold, they pull it back over them, just because we dont see babies building houses doesn't mean they don't do anything.

a fetus does not respond to stimulation outside of reflexive movements which is not a response, it's a reflex, anything operating electrically with movable components does it, you want to argue that a robot is a living thing too? we can see a fetus in the womb, hell we have tools specifically designed to do that.

you know how all life started? and i assume you aren't religious since you dismissed the magical man theory. Random particles from stardust just happened to form in the perfect way for a living thing to form, it was pure luck, so yes, non-living things do turn into living things under the right conditions, and a mothers womb is designed to provide those conditions for the fetus.

and since the reply limit on the other one is reached im replying to it here too, even if you want to disregard the reproduction aspect, its still missing two other requirements to be living, so sure, lets throw reproduction out the window, still isn't a living thing.
#316 - deezknuts Comment deleted by bendertherobo
#250 - coming from an abusive family that pretty much drunk and did d… 03/14/2014 on (untitled) 0
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