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#95 - Zenimax made elder scrolls online, not bethesda >.> 05/09/2015 on Ahahahah 0
#21 - ☐ Not REKT ☑ REKT ☑ REKTangle ☑ SHREKT … 05/07/2015 on Draco +1
#6 - Completely Accurate 05/05/2015 on Baltimore Cycle +2
#32 - **bendertherobo used "*roll 1, 0-99999*"** **bendertherobo … 05/04/2015 on My top 15 PC games (#2/#3) 0
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User avatar #115 - xxTheJesterxx (04/25/2015) [-]
Stuff like Falkasaar does deserve money, I don't dispute that. But I think it's kind of absurd to make people pay for it. When the people made that mod, they created knowing they probably wouldn't make any money, or if they did, they wouldn't get a whole lot. But that's the point; modding is to share an experience, or at least in my opinion. It isn't to make money, even if you could make money off of it. I feel like you're misinterpreting me a little bit; I'm not saying a mod like Falkasaar doesn't deserve money, I'm saying the player shouldn't be forced to pay for if they don't want to. They deserve donations, should people want to donate.

I disagree, though, that it's something that the consumer believes, and not the community. Before just recently, anyone who went into modding knew well that they'd very likely not get any money - and they have accepted that, because they're creating good content that they want to have other people enjoy. Obviously, everyone prefers free shit, but just because there's an outcry because we're being forced to pay for something doesn't mean it's because we feel we shouldn't have to spare the money (that sentence was worded horribly).

Luckily, one thing everyone can agree on, hands down, is that Valve is being a bunch of god damn dickheads taking 75% of the cut. I don't think a single person feels like that's a good move on their part.

Long story short, I agree that some mods deserve money, such as Falkasaar or the 4K textures, but only if the player wants to give money. I also would say that if people knew that they could donate money, rather than being forced to pay, they'd be far more willing to support the creator. Right now it's somewhat of a stand-off for a lot of people, whether they don't want to give money because Valve is so god damn greedy or because they don't want to be required to pay money.
#10 - You can't just mix condiments and colors, the world doesn't wo… 04/20/2015 on 'MURICA 0
#5 - Actually vegetables have high amounts of cellulose, which is d…  [+] (21 new replies) 03/15/2015 on Wakey wakey +31
User avatar #27 - scorcho (03/16/2015) [-]
meat causes other issues if consumed exclusively or even in large ammounts.
A pure vegetarian diet is far more sustainable than a purely carnivorous diet actually.
We are not animals anymore, we can optimize our diet to our liking.
User avatar #46 - nanako (03/16/2015) [-]
sustainability depends on your environment. If you live in the tibetan highlands, and you are entirely dependant on grass-fed yak for your food sources, a vegetarian diet is not sustainable.
User avatar #23 - YllekNayr (03/16/2015) [-]
"high amounts of cellulose, which is difficult for our body to break down, that's why eating vegetables can help with your digestive track, a large portion cant be digested at all, so it kind of just runs through you like a drain snake. "

More commonly referred to as "fiber"
#8 - neefew (03/15/2015) [-]
The cellulose in vegetables being hard to break down means it is still in a solid form when it reaches the large intestine whereas meat has been broken down and is liquid. The muscles in the large intestine need to push against something solid to push it out so eating vegetables will give you a lower chance of constipation.
User avatar #6 - nanako (03/15/2015) [-]
i have a couple of vegan friends who claim immense metabolic and digestive benefits from it, and my own personal experience living vegetarian for 7 weeks seems to agree with that.

That said, biology is the only reason i'd ever do it. Anyone who goes vegetarian for moral reasons is an idiot and should be beaten. All life feeds on death
User avatar #22 - pseudobro (03/16/2015) [-]
>will consider vegetarianism for health reasons
Cool. Health is important.
>moral vegetarians are wrong
Uh, well, that's your opinion, I gue-
>and we should beat them
#9 - neefew (03/15/2015) [-]
There is no just reason to eat meat. All nutrient found in meat can be obtained from plants more efficiently. The only reason to eat meat is because it tastes delicious (and that is one good reason)
User avatar #45 - nanako (03/16/2015) [-]

Animals act as conversion factories. They can feed on grass, which humans can't, and convert it into a form of calories we can consume (their flesh)

In addition, animals act as storage facilities. Vegetables and grains left in the field will rot, but nutrients fed to an animal will be stored, and kept for its entire lifespan. This is usually several years, sometimes decades. This was extremely important in the era before refridgeration, and you're naive if you think everywhere has access to a freezer even in this day and age, not to mention the electricity required to run one.

Lastly, animals have other functions too. their skin and horns have industrial uses, unwanted parts of their flesh can be used to feed dogs.
User avatar #16 - mrgilly (03/16/2015) [-]
Vitamin B12 is an essential nutrient that is required to make red blood cells and cannot be found in any plants at viable amounts. Naturally, it is only found in viable amounts in animal meats, however science has allowed up to fortify certain foods with it to make sure all people are getting it.

Vegans will die if they don't find a way to supplement that vitamin into their diets.

#10 - anonymous (03/15/2015) [-]
not true at all do you know anything about human evolution? just say that one can live safely without meat but there are plenty of reasons to eat it
#13 - neefew (03/16/2015) [-]
Not really. Vegetables are more efficient as they are lower down the food chain and I should really stop playing devil's advocate.
User avatar #19 - killerliquid (03/16/2015) [-]
A devil's advocate wouldn't say wrong things though
#37 - jumperzero (03/16/2015) [-]
isn't the devils advocate supposed to say wrong things that are the opposite of what they think is right to convince people to join the other side

like being a feminist and trying to convince feminists that men aren't assholes
User avatar #38 - killerliquid (03/16/2015) [-]
Devil's advocates say things that are against a person's beliefs to induce discussion however saying vegetables are more efficient overall goes against scientific studies.

Although I can't deny they make digestion as a whole more efficient
#40 - jumperzero (03/16/2015) [-]
its "more efficient" if you have a 7th grade biology level of knowledge, where they teach that there's this big "food pyramid" that represents the level of "energy" there, and each "level" loses more energy .-.

like yea, plants may be the vast majority of the "energy" or food resources on the planet, but you know why? its infinitely easier to simply exist during daylight than it is to eat a plant. and yeah, there might be more FIELD MICE than owls because you know what? how much of a brain does it take to eat plants as compared to hunting a living animal? Yeah there might be "more food energy" or whatever in plants, but the "food pyramid" isn't how much actual "energy" is gained from eating something, but its more of a depiction of how complex something is and how complex something needs to be to exist at that level.

Every living thing evolves due to necessity, and nothing more. And this rant isn't even about the actual physiological necessity of eating meat, its just a logical break down of WHY we eat meat; we never would have existed on the level we do today if it were not for meat.
User avatar #47 - compared (03/16/2015) [-]
Thanks for the mention, I hope you have a good day.
#50 - jumperzero (03/17/2015) [-]
do you want me to mention you more? D
User avatar #51 - compared (03/17/2015) [-]
It's completely up to you.
User avatar #41 - killerliquid (03/16/2015) [-]
I don't know what you're trying to say anymore

also didn't notice you weren't anon
#42 - jumperzero (03/16/2015) [-]
neither do I

I'm a psychologist not a dietician

im tired
#43 - jumperzero (03/16/2015) [-]
just Googled it, its die tit ian
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