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#35 - Male victims make up just under half the rape cases, and its s…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/20/2014 on ouch +4
User avatar #37 - Karfeyenta (09/20/2014) [-]
I'm not quite sure if prison counts...

I'm veerryyy opinionated towards prisoners (as long as they actually did what they're accused of to get in there, of course)

I hope the mad who raped me when I was little can fit a watermelon in his ass at this point. I hate ALL of them.

out side of prison, though? Also, I would appreciate some citation if you care to show it. I could show citation on any of my shit, if you would like. If you have questions, that is.
User avatar #78 - citruslord (09/20/2014) [-]
I think he is a bit off. Statistics are few and far between though.

According to BJS statistics for prison sexual abuse, there was around 1000 substantive cases. This 1000 being considered substantial upon investigation, with about half involving abusive or non consensual acts, and half involving staff sexual misconduct or verbal abuse.

An interesting point there is that 54% of the staff based sexual misconduct was committed by females, although much more of that was consensual than on the male side.

These figures seem to be misreported as 10% of inmates are raped. From what I can gather from the report, just for federal and state prison, you have about 6000 allegations, about 540 being considered substantial, from a prison population of 1.3 million. Even on the high end of 6000, that's only like .43%

They could be higher than they appear, and this is still a problem, but it seems to be much smaller than it has been reported as by sites like dailymail super reliable source there . It looks like people took the press release which said that about 10% of cases were substantial, and said that 10% of inmates were victims. Seriously, I could be off here, but If a person with a degree in this can't take 5 minutes to look through the source what the fuck am I doing.

www.bjs.gov/content/pub/press/svraca0911pr.cfm
www.bjs.gov/content/pub/pdf/ssvacf0911st.pdf

As far as caring for the problem, I think in terms of being better as a people, we should work to fix the problem simply on principle. Otherwise criminals can go fuck themselves.
A problem I see though, is that because of the U.S.'s war on everything, prison populations are pretty well inflated for incredibly small things. Like possessing a very small amount of marijuana, or pretending to face fuck a Jesus statue.

What do you think of the CDC's rape statistics?
#19 - Didnt that joke begin with Red Letter Media 09/19/2014 on Planet of the Apes 0
#69 - That is because Monkey is a layman term no scholarly article w… 09/18/2014 on *hits blunt* 0
#58 - Thats not how it works. Human beings are mammals whi…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/18/2014 on *hits blunt* 0
User avatar #61 - Faz (09/18/2014) [-]
Why do you keep saying wrong things and thinking you're correct, please just use google for 5 minutes, hell even use this link to make it easier on yourself lmgtfy.com/?q=Did+humans+evolve+from+monkeys

I don't know who told you humans were monkeys but they are wrong and you should use the tool of the internet to ALWAYS fact check yourself.
#69 - bobbysnobby (09/18/2014) [-]
That is because Monkey is a layman term no scholarly article would use the term the term they would use is Simiiform. The Cladistic group which includes both new world and old world monkeys is Anthropoidea. Because we branch off into sects of monkeys we would conclude they they evolved from another monkey form, as independent evolution of two monkeys from a non monkey is not how evolution occurs. By this reasoning according to cladistic taxonomy human beings are part of the clade Anthropoidea making us part of the "monkey" clade. Clades are defined as "A clade is a grouping that includes a common ancestor and all the descendants (living and extinct) of that ancestor." according to the school of evolution in Berkeley. There for we are monkeys.

#51 - Pedantic but correct. Human beings are primates, monkeys, apes…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/18/2014 on *hits blunt* 0
User avatar #54 - Faz (09/18/2014) [-]
Again, we aren't monkeys. Apes and monkeys are completely different, we are not monkeys and nor are apes, we together with monkeys fall into one of the same branches of primate but we are not one of the same.
#58 - bobbysnobby (09/18/2014) [-]
Thats not how it works.

Human beings are mammals while we are also homo sapiens. They are not mutually exclusive. We are the sum total of the cladistic orders that preceded us we are a sub division of the orders above us.

Clades are made up of an ancestral species and all of its decedents. That is the science of cladistics it studies emergent traits. Apes are still apes, but they are also monkeys. They are not mutually exclusive.
User avatar #61 - Faz (09/18/2014) [-]
Why do you keep saying wrong things and thinking you're correct, please just use google for 5 minutes, hell even use this link to make it easier on yourself lmgtfy.com/?q=Did+humans+evolve+from+monkeys

I don't know who told you humans were monkeys but they are wrong and you should use the tool of the internet to ALWAYS fact check yourself.
#69 - bobbysnobby (09/18/2014) [-]
That is because Monkey is a layman term no scholarly article would use the term the term they would use is Simiiform. The Cladistic group which includes both new world and old world monkeys is Anthropoidea. Because we branch off into sects of monkeys we would conclude they they evolved from another monkey form, as independent evolution of two monkeys from a non monkey is not how evolution occurs. By this reasoning according to cladistic taxonomy human beings are part of the clade Anthropoidea making us part of the "monkey" clade. Clades are defined as "A clade is a grouping that includes a common ancestor and all the descendants (living and extinct) of that ancestor." according to the school of evolution in Berkeley. There for we are monkeys.

#1 - How can it be that many Americans came from Europe and yet the…  [+] (7 new replies) 09/18/2014 on *hits blunt* 0
#45 - Faz (09/18/2014) [-]
Other way around bud, all monkeys are primates, not all primates are monkeys.
#51 - bobbysnobby (09/18/2014) [-]
Pedantic but correct. Human beings are primates, monkeys, apes, humans. We are a sub set of apes which means we are a subset of the above.

I should have said apes are a subset of monkeys, but in either case we are still monkeys.
User avatar #54 - Faz (09/18/2014) [-]
Again, we aren't monkeys. Apes and monkeys are completely different, we are not monkeys and nor are apes, we together with monkeys fall into one of the same branches of primate but we are not one of the same.
#58 - bobbysnobby (09/18/2014) [-]
Thats not how it works.

Human beings are mammals while we are also homo sapiens. They are not mutually exclusive. We are the sum total of the cladistic orders that preceded us we are a sub division of the orders above us.

Clades are made up of an ancestral species and all of its decedents. That is the science of cladistics it studies emergent traits. Apes are still apes, but they are also monkeys. They are not mutually exclusive.
User avatar #61 - Faz (09/18/2014) [-]
Why do you keep saying wrong things and thinking you're correct, please just use google for 5 minutes, hell even use this link to make it easier on yourself lmgtfy.com/?q=Did+humans+evolve+from+monkeys

I don't know who told you humans were monkeys but they are wrong and you should use the tool of the internet to ALWAYS fact check yourself.
#69 - bobbysnobby (09/18/2014) [-]
That is because Monkey is a layman term no scholarly article would use the term the term they would use is Simiiform. The Cladistic group which includes both new world and old world monkeys is Anthropoidea. Because we branch off into sects of monkeys we would conclude they they evolved from another monkey form, as independent evolution of two monkeys from a non monkey is not how evolution occurs. By this reasoning according to cladistic taxonomy human beings are part of the clade Anthropoidea making us part of the "monkey" clade. Clades are defined as "A clade is a grouping that includes a common ancestor and all the descendants (living and extinct) of that ancestor." according to the school of evolution in Berkeley. There for we are monkeys.

User avatar #10 - sideism (09/18/2014) [-]
we arnt that much better than monkeys to be honest
#14 - Beer in all forms is gross. Drink whiskey like an adult.  [+] (13 new replies) 09/17/2014 on this comic explaines it... 0
User avatar #81 - ciacheczko (09/17/2014) [-]
If you consider drinking whisky a sign of being an adult, you may not be as grown up as you think.

I drank whisky since I was 19 or so, just as even before that I drank beer, vodka, liquors, mixed drinks, brandy, tequila and all the other stuff not saying I'm a drunkard or anything, I just had various opportunities to taste many things, not necessarily all at once and you know what? None made me feel more or less adult. Probably because it's just an alcoholic beverage, not maturity measure.
#52 - nyxie (09/17/2014) [-]
I can't stop staring at this gif
#36 - ruffntuff (09/17/2014) [-]
i love whiskey
can't stand vodka... russians are some real niggas
User avatar #156 - ciacheczko (09/18/2014) [-]
In Poland we have a vodka how unexpected that is based on natural honey. It's called "Krupnik". I doesn't taste much like a regular vodka, which I dislike just like you do, but more like a very strong and very sweet liquor. Nice golden colour and honey flavour, tastes best if it's ice cold and slowly sipped from a small glass. If I can recommend any vodka, this is the one.
#157 - ruffntuff (09/18/2014) [-]
krupnik... is it exclusive to poland?
User avatar #158 - ciacheczko (09/18/2014) [-]
Here's what I've found:

"Polish-French alcohol group Belvedere wants its Krupnik vodka brand to appear on the US market by June 2012, according to CEO Krzysztof Trylinski, cited by Parkiet. The brand will also soon be introduced in France, Spain and Italy, while it is already present in Germany, Austria and China, as well as duty-free airport stores."
#159 - ruffntuff (09/18/2014) [-]
hmm.. i wonder if they did introduce it to the US.
User avatar #160 - ciacheczko (09/18/2014) [-]
There's a lot of polish people in the US. I am pretty sure they did. Krupnik and Bison Grass vodka are one of the most popular vodkas in Poland, they probably are available there.
#161 - ruffntuff (09/18/2014) [-]
ill have to look for it... well, get someone else too since im a year away from being able to go into a liquor store
User avatar #102 - pokemonstheshiz (09/17/2014) [-]
Ciroc is the only one I find tasty.
#155 - ruffntuff (09/17/2014) [-]
i can tolerate vodka, but if i had a choice in the matter, we would drink something else... once im drunk though, idgaf what im drinking lol
User avatar #59 - malcolmcz (09/17/2014) [-]
which brand is your favorite ?
#154 - ruffntuff (09/17/2014) [-]
jack and morgan... those are really the only two that i have had that i can think of so take it easy on me if there are better ones out there lol
#7 - You forgot the soundtrack 09/13/2014 on "Well. He's China's problem... +29
#102 - A small list of ones worth watching. I would not consider them… 09/13/2014 on (untitled) -1
#101 - Samurai Champloo- As a tongue in cheek anime with beautiful ar… 09/13/2014 on (untitled) -1
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