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#115 - scroll back up to the ******* video you pussy  [+] (1 new reply) 07/31/2014 on Try not to cringe too hard 0
User avatar #150 - theawkwardbros (07/31/2014) [-]
I really really _ really_ don't want to...
#168 - cucumbers are a fruit  [+] (1 new reply) 06/25/2014 on stark girls enjoying their... +18
User avatar #213 - xxbandwagonxx (06/26/2014) [-]
Neat.
#139 - Hey shut ur whore mouth  [+] (1 new reply) 06/24/2014 on I dont get it +12
#140 - whiteniggers (06/24/2014) [-]
#820 - Why the technical assumptions? Literally, I'm sad because … 03/17/2014 on for jett 0
#814 - It's not a case of technicality, for example, if any member of…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/17/2014 on for jett 0
User avatar #818 - anenemy (03/17/2014) [-]
I would steer away from saying "direct connection." Looking over the post, there's nothing inherently unique about what he's saying:

- He's a Christian. It's the most popular religion in the world.
- He's lost the battle to cancer, as a lot of people do.
- His message is to follow your dreams, which is what almost every self-help advice article says.
- He's thankful for the support, which is also a pretty universal thing.

So you're forming a connection with someone who has said what hundreds of people have already said, with the only differentiating factor that it's on Funnyjunk instead of, say, Reddit, Youtube, Imgur, or Facebook.
#820 - billshitzing (03/17/2014) [-]
Why the technical assumptions?
Literally, I'm sad because a guy dying of cancer posted his final thoughts and feelings and being funnyjunk member, myself and others have sympathised.
That's it. Like literally.
Guy getting cancer+lengthy post describing his thoughts+being a member of a relatively small group=sad
It's not necessarily an emotion that one can apply rational thinking to, it's literally the most basic innate reaction to death.
#807 - Not necessarily, like I said certain ties with people present …  [+] (4 new replies) 03/17/2014 on for jett 0
User avatar #810 - anenemy (03/17/2014) [-]
He posted 2 things to this website. Is that all that's needed to be put on a pedestal should something fatal befall me?
#814 - billshitzing (03/17/2014) [-]
It's not a case of technicality, for example, if any member of this site died and posted something like above, I would be sad because I would have a glimpse of that persons life and a contact with them.
If a member of this site dies and posts nothing, obviously I would be in no way happy, it would be difficult to experience strong emotion as I would have had no direct connection.
User avatar #818 - anenemy (03/17/2014) [-]
I would steer away from saying "direct connection." Looking over the post, there's nothing inherently unique about what he's saying:

- He's a Christian. It's the most popular religion in the world.
- He's lost the battle to cancer, as a lot of people do.
- His message is to follow your dreams, which is what almost every self-help advice article says.
- He's thankful for the support, which is also a pretty universal thing.

So you're forming a connection with someone who has said what hundreds of people have already said, with the only differentiating factor that it's on Funnyjunk instead of, say, Reddit, Youtube, Imgur, or Facebook.
#820 - billshitzing (03/17/2014) [-]
Why the technical assumptions?
Literally, I'm sad because a guy dying of cancer posted his final thoughts and feelings and being funnyjunk member, myself and others have sympathised.
That's it. Like literally.
Guy getting cancer+lengthy post describing his thoughts+being a member of a relatively small group=sad
It's not necessarily an emotion that one can apply rational thinking to, it's literally the most basic innate reaction to death.
#803 - I think my analogy is completely sound. Obviously your mot…  [+] (7 new replies) 03/17/2014 on for jett 0
User avatar #804 - anenemy (03/17/2014) [-]
So now we should mourn everyone who has ever browsed the same website as us? Who's seen the same night sky as us? Who's stubbed their toe, like us?

You're about to dedicate your life to mourning.
#807 - billshitzing (03/17/2014) [-]
Not necessarily, like I said certain ties with people present themselves with less emotional attachment and therefore less need to mourn.
However, here is someone who has contributed to a website that I am a frequent visitor to, and who has delivered a message that contains some level of emotional investment.
Yes, I am going to be saddened by this. And I think you'd have to be fucking dead inside to rationalise that.
User avatar #810 - anenemy (03/17/2014) [-]
He posted 2 things to this website. Is that all that's needed to be put on a pedestal should something fatal befall me?
#814 - billshitzing (03/17/2014) [-]
It's not a case of technicality, for example, if any member of this site died and posted something like above, I would be sad because I would have a glimpse of that persons life and a contact with them.
If a member of this site dies and posts nothing, obviously I would be in no way happy, it would be difficult to experience strong emotion as I would have had no direct connection.
User avatar #818 - anenemy (03/17/2014) [-]
I would steer away from saying "direct connection." Looking over the post, there's nothing inherently unique about what he's saying:

- He's a Christian. It's the most popular religion in the world.
- He's lost the battle to cancer, as a lot of people do.
- His message is to follow your dreams, which is what almost every self-help advice article says.
- He's thankful for the support, which is also a pretty universal thing.

So you're forming a connection with someone who has said what hundreds of people have already said, with the only differentiating factor that it's on Funnyjunk instead of, say, Reddit, Youtube, Imgur, or Facebook.
#820 - billshitzing (03/17/2014) [-]
Why the technical assumptions?
Literally, I'm sad because a guy dying of cancer posted his final thoughts and feelings and being funnyjunk member, myself and others have sympathised.
That's it. Like literally.
Guy getting cancer+lengthy post describing his thoughts+being a member of a relatively small group=sad
It's not necessarily an emotion that one can apply rational thinking to, it's literally the most basic innate reaction to death.
User avatar #805 - bumbojumbo (03/17/2014) [-]
Go get 'im tiger.
#800 - Because it's a member of this community who we had some level …  [+] (9 new replies) 03/17/2014 on for jett +1
User avatar #802 - anenemy (03/17/2014) [-]
Your analogy is flawed.

If my mom died of cancer, no duh I'd mourn her. I have a strong personal and emotional connection with her. She was important in my life.

This FJ user? Is he/she that important to everyone posting all these feels images? Is the fact that we both go to the same website enough, because if so, you still have a lot of mourning to do, because a lot of people who have used Google/Youtube/whatever else you browse have passed on.
#803 - billshitzing (03/17/2014) [-]
I think my analogy is completely sound.
Obviously your mother would be a different issue, and you would mourn for her to a greater extent, I'm merely pointing out that a connection with someone, however small, creates a bond that means their death is more 'feelsworthy' than someone who there is no knowledge of or connection to.
User avatar #804 - anenemy (03/17/2014) [-]
So now we should mourn everyone who has ever browsed the same website as us? Who's seen the same night sky as us? Who's stubbed their toe, like us?

You're about to dedicate your life to mourning.
#807 - billshitzing (03/17/2014) [-]
Not necessarily, like I said certain ties with people present themselves with less emotional attachment and therefore less need to mourn.
However, here is someone who has contributed to a website that I am a frequent visitor to, and who has delivered a message that contains some level of emotional investment.
Yes, I am going to be saddened by this. And I think you'd have to be fucking dead inside to rationalise that.
User avatar #810 - anenemy (03/17/2014) [-]
He posted 2 things to this website. Is that all that's needed to be put on a pedestal should something fatal befall me?
#814 - billshitzing (03/17/2014) [-]
It's not a case of technicality, for example, if any member of this site died and posted something like above, I would be sad because I would have a glimpse of that persons life and a contact with them.
If a member of this site dies and posts nothing, obviously I would be in no way happy, it would be difficult to experience strong emotion as I would have had no direct connection.
User avatar #818 - anenemy (03/17/2014) [-]
I would steer away from saying "direct connection." Looking over the post, there's nothing inherently unique about what he's saying:

- He's a Christian. It's the most popular religion in the world.
- He's lost the battle to cancer, as a lot of people do.
- His message is to follow your dreams, which is what almost every self-help advice article says.
- He's thankful for the support, which is also a pretty universal thing.

So you're forming a connection with someone who has said what hundreds of people have already said, with the only differentiating factor that it's on Funnyjunk instead of, say, Reddit, Youtube, Imgur, or Facebook.
#820 - billshitzing (03/17/2014) [-]
Why the technical assumptions?
Literally, I'm sad because a guy dying of cancer posted his final thoughts and feelings and being funnyjunk member, myself and others have sympathised.
That's it. Like literally.
Guy getting cancer+lengthy post describing his thoughts+being a member of a relatively small group=sad
It's not necessarily an emotion that one can apply rational thinking to, it's literally the most basic innate reaction to death.
User avatar #805 - bumbojumbo (03/17/2014) [-]
Go get 'im tiger.
#71 - >be me >2 years ago >really funny idea, unscr…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/05/2013 on I can't bear this pain any... +6
User avatar #86 - dapokekid (12/05/2013) [-]
#7 - I don't own a computer so I don't need to worry about this  [+] (4 new replies) 11/05/2013 on Nasty New Virus +61
User avatar #11 - llanox (11/06/2013) [-]
>Doesn't own computer
>posts on fj with a reaction pic

Wtf, bra?
User avatar #13 - lolmasterx (11/06/2013) [-]
Tablet, smartphone, etc.
User avatar #14 - llanox (11/06/2013) [-]
Ahhhh I see.
User avatar #103 - arandomanon (11/06/2013) [-]
Library's PC, friend's PC...
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