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#219 - It appears "Dead Children" is a popular battle cry. …  [+] (7 new replies) 08/26/2014 on Firearm aesthetics 0
User avatar #220 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
So i think by this point we both agree that school shootings can be reduced by dis-enabling potential shooters, that America has way too many school shootings (the most in the world), and that there is a lot of mentally unstable people with access to guns. You also just made the point that the mental healthcare system is underfunded. That being the case, why do you need such a high density of guns? If its solely about 'leveling the playing field in home invasions', wouldnt it be just as level if no one had a gun? except it would be level, with a lower number of cases being deadly?
#221 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
Mass killings and crime are two playing fields of opposite sports. Using gun control to stop mass killings might as well be telling your goalie to play shortstop.
User avatar #222 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
it worked in Australia. had killings before port douglass, then we said that was enough, brought in restrictions, and the killings completely evaporated. period.
#223 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
Our countries are opposites to boot. Id like to point out as well that states with more guns have less mass killings. Not to mention gun-free zones are prime targets. For example the Dark Night movie theater shooting. He drove past 24 or 26 theaters till he found one that was gun free. Id sacrifice a few shitty kids so we can have the right to tell our government to piss up a wet rope in a thunderstorm anyway, notice how a good 70% of your country hates Tony Abbots snake-like party but which party remains in power.
User avatar #225 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
you may feel safe having a gun, but i think i feel far safer knowing no one has one.
User avatar #224 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
so we should storm parliament to throw out a mob that was democratically elected, for breaking election promises? America is a bit archaic in that respect. Youre never going to overthrow your government (again). Its not like we're in north korea or something, theyre doing unfavourable things, but we all knew they were going to do them before they were elected. I dont think any 1st world western countries will ever need to overthrow their government, there is far too much of an international community these days. But we're not talking about australias problems here.

gun free zones are only targets if people have guns.
Are americans desensitized to how creepy 'gun free zone' is? its a term that shouldnt have to exist.
#226 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
You're beyond the point of fixing.
#33 - I need to see a doctor. 08/26/2014 on high impact sexual violence +1
#31 - **boothead rolls 70,005** Royal flushes are a myth bro.  [+] (1 new reply) 08/26/2014 on high impact sexual violence +1
#33 - boothead (08/26/2014) [-]
I need to see a doctor.
#178 - Your wiki link proved my point of the amount of "School S…  [+] (9 new replies) 08/26/2014 on Firearm aesthetics 0
#185 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
Well now.
Apart from the Ad hominem even though im a researcher in quantum physics, specifically tuning qubits in microwave cavities #shamelessselfbrag , and the blatant misuse of statistics, i think youve given me a fair bit to discuss. You had 4 school shootings in 00', 4 in 01', 3 in 02', 3 in 03', 4 in 04', 3 in 05', 7 in 06', 4 in 07', 9 in 08', 7 in 09', 8 in 10', 10 in 11', 14 in 12' and 34 in 13'. But by all means, 3 less out of THIRTY FOUR obviously means there are less shootings in recent years (Read:last year), but that couldnt possibly be because the year isnt over yet could it?
Im going to let the attached graph help you along in understanding the premise of correlation =/= causation.
#219 - boothead (08/26/2014) [-]
It appears "Dead Children" is a popular battle cry. Yes you're right school shootings happen here more often because more people own guns we can't deny that. And yet, something tells me our countries aging mental healthcare system plays more of a role in our mass killings. By aging I mean next to fucking non-existent. Actually im certain a nexus of 'gun-free zones' and nobody getting regular mental health checkups has a lot more to play in that. People have fought and died for my right to call you a shitting dick fuck nugget and go clean my shotgun which I have a country given right to own. But the point out of it is, we don't have a gun problem we have a people problem. Of course I saw Amish school shootings in that list so what the fuck happened there is the bigger question.
User avatar #220 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
So i think by this point we both agree that school shootings can be reduced by dis-enabling potential shooters, that America has way too many school shootings (the most in the world), and that there is a lot of mentally unstable people with access to guns. You also just made the point that the mental healthcare system is underfunded. That being the case, why do you need such a high density of guns? If its solely about 'leveling the playing field in home invasions', wouldnt it be just as level if no one had a gun? except it would be level, with a lower number of cases being deadly?
#221 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
Mass killings and crime are two playing fields of opposite sports. Using gun control to stop mass killings might as well be telling your goalie to play shortstop.
User avatar #222 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
it worked in Australia. had killings before port douglass, then we said that was enough, brought in restrictions, and the killings completely evaporated. period.
#223 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
Our countries are opposites to boot. Id like to point out as well that states with more guns have less mass killings. Not to mention gun-free zones are prime targets. For example the Dark Night movie theater shooting. He drove past 24 or 26 theaters till he found one that was gun free. Id sacrifice a few shitty kids so we can have the right to tell our government to piss up a wet rope in a thunderstorm anyway, notice how a good 70% of your country hates Tony Abbots snake-like party but which party remains in power.
User avatar #225 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
you may feel safe having a gun, but i think i feel far safer knowing no one has one.
User avatar #224 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
so we should storm parliament to throw out a mob that was democratically elected, for breaking election promises? America is a bit archaic in that respect. Youre never going to overthrow your government (again). Its not like we're in north korea or something, theyre doing unfavourable things, but we all knew they were going to do them before they were elected. I dont think any 1st world western countries will ever need to overthrow their government, there is far too much of an international community these days. But we're not talking about australias problems here.

gun free zones are only targets if people have guns.
Are americans desensitized to how creepy 'gun free zone' is? its a term that shouldnt have to exist.
#226 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
You're beyond the point of fixing.
#169 - If you're gonna make dick jokes the least you can do is read w…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/26/2014 on Firearm aesthetics +1
User avatar #170 - thegreatseacow (08/26/2014) [-]
i did read it, i just really wanted to make that joke
#168 - 31 school shootings as defined by the anti-gun crowd. Id like …  [+] (11 new replies) 08/26/2014 on Firearm aesthetics +1
User avatar #173 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
Dude, just look on wiki
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_school_shootings_in_the_United_States#21st_century
Every situation has references, and i couldnt find any that werent at schools (assuming you count college as a school). Ill admit the lizard king is shit. Hes making the country more like america in our education system and more like Antarctica in our policies about asylum seekers, all the while being a climate skeptic, dumping dredge water on the GBR, saying the one woman in his party has sex appeal (while simultaneously being the minister for women) and also repealing anti-racism acts.

But hey, still no shootings since 2002.
#178 - boothead (08/26/2014) [-]
Your wiki link proved my point of the amount of "School Shootings" Dropping off in recent years. But gun ownership here up 56% so yea, clearly guns are the problem. Crime in my country is the lowest it's ever been but gun ownership is higher than it was after the civil war. In fact, major crime spikes happen directly after gun laws have gone into place here. Yet I see why guns are the problem. The post Kennedy gun control laws Shot crime so fucking high leaving your car warranted a stabbing, then as the laws died or were repealed crime went down. Then came the post Reagan attempt gun control laws, crime went back up and slowly down then Clintons gun control laws poked crime back up. Then now they're the lowest theyve ever been and since theres been no Federal laws all people have done is buy guns left and right. But yea i can totally see guns are causing crimes and shootings. You're totally right you fucking retard. By god youve solved our crises, we just sit back and make really tight gun control laws and watch as crime and shootings go down because the past clearly shows it doing just that.
And our education may be expensive, but clearly mines payed off more than yous.
#185 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
Well now.
Apart from the Ad hominem even though im a researcher in quantum physics, specifically tuning qubits in microwave cavities #shamelessselfbrag , and the blatant misuse of statistics, i think youve given me a fair bit to discuss. You had 4 school shootings in 00', 4 in 01', 3 in 02', 3 in 03', 4 in 04', 3 in 05', 7 in 06', 4 in 07', 9 in 08', 7 in 09', 8 in 10', 10 in 11', 14 in 12' and 34 in 13'. But by all means, 3 less out of THIRTY FOUR obviously means there are less shootings in recent years (Read:last year), but that couldnt possibly be because the year isnt over yet could it?
Im going to let the attached graph help you along in understanding the premise of correlation =/= causation.
#219 - boothead (08/26/2014) [-]
It appears "Dead Children" is a popular battle cry. Yes you're right school shootings happen here more often because more people own guns we can't deny that. And yet, something tells me our countries aging mental healthcare system plays more of a role in our mass killings. By aging I mean next to fucking non-existent. Actually im certain a nexus of 'gun-free zones' and nobody getting regular mental health checkups has a lot more to play in that. People have fought and died for my right to call you a shitting dick fuck nugget and go clean my shotgun which I have a country given right to own. But the point out of it is, we don't have a gun problem we have a people problem. Of course I saw Amish school shootings in that list so what the fuck happened there is the bigger question.
User avatar #220 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
So i think by this point we both agree that school shootings can be reduced by dis-enabling potential shooters, that America has way too many school shootings (the most in the world), and that there is a lot of mentally unstable people with access to guns. You also just made the point that the mental healthcare system is underfunded. That being the case, why do you need such a high density of guns? If its solely about 'leveling the playing field in home invasions', wouldnt it be just as level if no one had a gun? except it would be level, with a lower number of cases being deadly?
#221 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
Mass killings and crime are two playing fields of opposite sports. Using gun control to stop mass killings might as well be telling your goalie to play shortstop.
User avatar #222 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
it worked in Australia. had killings before port douglass, then we said that was enough, brought in restrictions, and the killings completely evaporated. period.
#223 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
Our countries are opposites to boot. Id like to point out as well that states with more guns have less mass killings. Not to mention gun-free zones are prime targets. For example the Dark Night movie theater shooting. He drove past 24 or 26 theaters till he found one that was gun free. Id sacrifice a few shitty kids so we can have the right to tell our government to piss up a wet rope in a thunderstorm anyway, notice how a good 70% of your country hates Tony Abbots snake-like party but which party remains in power.
User avatar #225 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
you may feel safe having a gun, but i think i feel far safer knowing no one has one.
User avatar #224 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
so we should storm parliament to throw out a mob that was democratically elected, for breaking election promises? America is a bit archaic in that respect. Youre never going to overthrow your government (again). Its not like we're in north korea or something, theyre doing unfavourable things, but we all knew they were going to do them before they were elected. I dont think any 1st world western countries will ever need to overthrow their government, there is far too much of an international community these days. But we're not talking about australias problems here.

gun free zones are only targets if people have guns.
Are americans desensitized to how creepy 'gun free zone' is? its a term that shouldnt have to exist.
#226 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
You're beyond the point of fixing.
#157 - You mean School Shootings which in the United States happen ju…  [+] (14 new replies) 08/26/2014 on Firearm aesthetics 0
User avatar #160 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
Holy shit america has had 31 school shootings THIS YEAR. What they fuck guys.
#168 - boothead (08/26/2014) [-]
31 school shootings as defined by the anti-gun crowd. Id like to point out that skewed data. All of those had very little to do with guns. One was a kid shooting his neighbors pool using a pellet rifle, but his house was within 2 miles of the school. Another was over the summer where somebody robbed a 7-11 and took a shortcut escaping the police through a school playground. In fact, the only shootings that took place inside a school, during school hours were targeted at another student or teacher. That was 3 of them. In fact, 17 school stabbings in my state alone occurred last school year. And how are you doing with your gun buybacks and Prime Sinister Tony Abbot, hows big government going for you guys? Enjoying the oppression?
User avatar #173 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
Dude, just look on wiki
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_school_shootings_in_the_United_States#21st_century
Every situation has references, and i couldnt find any that werent at schools (assuming you count college as a school). Ill admit the lizard king is shit. Hes making the country more like america in our education system and more like Antarctica in our policies about asylum seekers, all the while being a climate skeptic, dumping dredge water on the GBR, saying the one woman in his party has sex appeal (while simultaneously being the minister for women) and also repealing anti-racism acts.

But hey, still no shootings since 2002.
#178 - boothead (08/26/2014) [-]
Your wiki link proved my point of the amount of "School Shootings" Dropping off in recent years. But gun ownership here up 56% so yea, clearly guns are the problem. Crime in my country is the lowest it's ever been but gun ownership is higher than it was after the civil war. In fact, major crime spikes happen directly after gun laws have gone into place here. Yet I see why guns are the problem. The post Kennedy gun control laws Shot crime so fucking high leaving your car warranted a stabbing, then as the laws died or were repealed crime went down. Then came the post Reagan attempt gun control laws, crime went back up and slowly down then Clintons gun control laws poked crime back up. Then now they're the lowest theyve ever been and since theres been no Federal laws all people have done is buy guns left and right. But yea i can totally see guns are causing crimes and shootings. You're totally right you fucking retard. By god youve solved our crises, we just sit back and make really tight gun control laws and watch as crime and shootings go down because the past clearly shows it doing just that.
And our education may be expensive, but clearly mines payed off more than yous.
#185 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
Well now.
Apart from the Ad hominem even though im a researcher in quantum physics, specifically tuning qubits in microwave cavities #shamelessselfbrag , and the blatant misuse of statistics, i think youve given me a fair bit to discuss. You had 4 school shootings in 00', 4 in 01', 3 in 02', 3 in 03', 4 in 04', 3 in 05', 7 in 06', 4 in 07', 9 in 08', 7 in 09', 8 in 10', 10 in 11', 14 in 12' and 34 in 13'. But by all means, 3 less out of THIRTY FOUR obviously means there are less shootings in recent years (Read:last year), but that couldnt possibly be because the year isnt over yet could it?
Im going to let the attached graph help you along in understanding the premise of correlation =/= causation.
#219 - boothead (08/26/2014) [-]
It appears "Dead Children" is a popular battle cry. Yes you're right school shootings happen here more often because more people own guns we can't deny that. And yet, something tells me our countries aging mental healthcare system plays more of a role in our mass killings. By aging I mean next to fucking non-existent. Actually im certain a nexus of 'gun-free zones' and nobody getting regular mental health checkups has a lot more to play in that. People have fought and died for my right to call you a shitting dick fuck nugget and go clean my shotgun which I have a country given right to own. But the point out of it is, we don't have a gun problem we have a people problem. Of course I saw Amish school shootings in that list so what the fuck happened there is the bigger question.
User avatar #220 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
So i think by this point we both agree that school shootings can be reduced by dis-enabling potential shooters, that America has way too many school shootings (the most in the world), and that there is a lot of mentally unstable people with access to guns. You also just made the point that the mental healthcare system is underfunded. That being the case, why do you need such a high density of guns? If its solely about 'leveling the playing field in home invasions', wouldnt it be just as level if no one had a gun? except it would be level, with a lower number of cases being deadly?
#221 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
Mass killings and crime are two playing fields of opposite sports. Using gun control to stop mass killings might as well be telling your goalie to play shortstop.
User avatar #222 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
it worked in Australia. had killings before port douglass, then we said that was enough, brought in restrictions, and the killings completely evaporated. period.
#223 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
Our countries are opposites to boot. Id like to point out as well that states with more guns have less mass killings. Not to mention gun-free zones are prime targets. For example the Dark Night movie theater shooting. He drove past 24 or 26 theaters till he found one that was gun free. Id sacrifice a few shitty kids so we can have the right to tell our government to piss up a wet rope in a thunderstorm anyway, notice how a good 70% of your country hates Tony Abbots snake-like party but which party remains in power.
User avatar #225 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
you may feel safe having a gun, but i think i feel far safer knowing no one has one.
User avatar #224 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
so we should storm parliament to throw out a mob that was democratically elected, for breaking election promises? America is a bit archaic in that respect. Youre never going to overthrow your government (again). Its not like we're in north korea or something, theyre doing unfavourable things, but we all knew they were going to do them before they were elected. I dont think any 1st world western countries will ever need to overthrow their government, there is far too much of an international community these days. But we're not talking about australias problems here.

gun free zones are only targets if people have guns.
Are americans desensitized to how creepy 'gun free zone' is? its a term that shouldnt have to exist.
#226 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
You're beyond the point of fixing.
User avatar #158 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
My country had ONE mass shooting not even at a school, after which they tightened the gun laws. That was 18 years ago and nothing of the kind has EVER happened since. #auspride
#5 - With an Anti-Mat rifle in New Vegas with explosive ammo i can … 08/26/2014 on Amazing Call of Duty 6 Man... -1
#140 - Nobody lives in New Zealand dude, Japans culture is rather pea…  [+] (16 new replies) 08/25/2014 on Firearm aesthetics +1
User avatar #156 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
Id take home break ins over recurring school shootings.
And how are you supposed to level the playing field against a perpetrator WITH a gun?

Guns change violent crimes into murders. IMHO.
#157 - boothead (08/26/2014) [-]
You mean School Shootings which in the United States happen just as much as school mass killings on other countries? But due to people favoring "Assault Rifles" which shoot bullets small enough to make a mouses penis look black, our shootings have less casualties than your mass killings. More people are beaten to death by hammers each year than firearms to boot. Plus id rather be shot and bleed out in under 2 minutes then stabbed and bleed out for five minutes. And odds are the rapist doesn't have a gun, just a lust for poon and no common sense.
User avatar #160 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
Holy shit america has had 31 school shootings THIS YEAR. What they fuck guys.
#168 - boothead (08/26/2014) [-]
31 school shootings as defined by the anti-gun crowd. Id like to point out that skewed data. All of those had very little to do with guns. One was a kid shooting his neighbors pool using a pellet rifle, but his house was within 2 miles of the school. Another was over the summer where somebody robbed a 7-11 and took a shortcut escaping the police through a school playground. In fact, the only shootings that took place inside a school, during school hours were targeted at another student or teacher. That was 3 of them. In fact, 17 school stabbings in my state alone occurred last school year. And how are you doing with your gun buybacks and Prime Sinister Tony Abbot, hows big government going for you guys? Enjoying the oppression?
User avatar #173 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
Dude, just look on wiki
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_school_shootings_in_the_United_States#21st_century
Every situation has references, and i couldnt find any that werent at schools (assuming you count college as a school). Ill admit the lizard king is shit. Hes making the country more like america in our education system and more like Antarctica in our policies about asylum seekers, all the while being a climate skeptic, dumping dredge water on the GBR, saying the one woman in his party has sex appeal (while simultaneously being the minister for women) and also repealing anti-racism acts.

But hey, still no shootings since 2002.
#178 - boothead (08/26/2014) [-]
Your wiki link proved my point of the amount of "School Shootings" Dropping off in recent years. But gun ownership here up 56% so yea, clearly guns are the problem. Crime in my country is the lowest it's ever been but gun ownership is higher than it was after the civil war. In fact, major crime spikes happen directly after gun laws have gone into place here. Yet I see why guns are the problem. The post Kennedy gun control laws Shot crime so fucking high leaving your car warranted a stabbing, then as the laws died or were repealed crime went down. Then came the post Reagan attempt gun control laws, crime went back up and slowly down then Clintons gun control laws poked crime back up. Then now they're the lowest theyve ever been and since theres been no Federal laws all people have done is buy guns left and right. But yea i can totally see guns are causing crimes and shootings. You're totally right you fucking retard. By god youve solved our crises, we just sit back and make really tight gun control laws and watch as crime and shootings go down because the past clearly shows it doing just that.
And our education may be expensive, but clearly mines payed off more than yous.
#185 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
Well now.
Apart from the Ad hominem even though im a researcher in quantum physics, specifically tuning qubits in microwave cavities #shamelessselfbrag , and the blatant misuse of statistics, i think youve given me a fair bit to discuss. You had 4 school shootings in 00', 4 in 01', 3 in 02', 3 in 03', 4 in 04', 3 in 05', 7 in 06', 4 in 07', 9 in 08', 7 in 09', 8 in 10', 10 in 11', 14 in 12' and 34 in 13'. But by all means, 3 less out of THIRTY FOUR obviously means there are less shootings in recent years (Read:last year), but that couldnt possibly be because the year isnt over yet could it?
Im going to let the attached graph help you along in understanding the premise of correlation =/= causation.
#219 - boothead (08/26/2014) [-]
It appears "Dead Children" is a popular battle cry. Yes you're right school shootings happen here more often because more people own guns we can't deny that. And yet, something tells me our countries aging mental healthcare system plays more of a role in our mass killings. By aging I mean next to fucking non-existent. Actually im certain a nexus of 'gun-free zones' and nobody getting regular mental health checkups has a lot more to play in that. People have fought and died for my right to call you a shitting dick fuck nugget and go clean my shotgun which I have a country given right to own. But the point out of it is, we don't have a gun problem we have a people problem. Of course I saw Amish school shootings in that list so what the fuck happened there is the bigger question.
User avatar #220 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
So i think by this point we both agree that school shootings can be reduced by dis-enabling potential shooters, that America has way too many school shootings (the most in the world), and that there is a lot of mentally unstable people with access to guns. You also just made the point that the mental healthcare system is underfunded. That being the case, why do you need such a high density of guns? If its solely about 'leveling the playing field in home invasions', wouldnt it be just as level if no one had a gun? except it would be level, with a lower number of cases being deadly?
#221 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
Mass killings and crime are two playing fields of opposite sports. Using gun control to stop mass killings might as well be telling your goalie to play shortstop.
User avatar #222 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
it worked in Australia. had killings before port douglass, then we said that was enough, brought in restrictions, and the killings completely evaporated. period.
#223 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
Our countries are opposites to boot. Id like to point out as well that states with more guns have less mass killings. Not to mention gun-free zones are prime targets. For example the Dark Night movie theater shooting. He drove past 24 or 26 theaters till he found one that was gun free. Id sacrifice a few shitty kids so we can have the right to tell our government to piss up a wet rope in a thunderstorm anyway, notice how a good 70% of your country hates Tony Abbots snake-like party but which party remains in power.
User avatar #225 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
you may feel safe having a gun, but i think i feel far safer knowing no one has one.
User avatar #224 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
so we should storm parliament to throw out a mob that was democratically elected, for breaking election promises? America is a bit archaic in that respect. Youre never going to overthrow your government (again). Its not like we're in north korea or something, theyre doing unfavourable things, but we all knew they were going to do them before they were elected. I dont think any 1st world western countries will ever need to overthrow their government, there is far too much of an international community these days. But we're not talking about australias problems here.

gun free zones are only targets if people have guns.
Are americans desensitized to how creepy 'gun free zone' is? its a term that shouldnt have to exist.
#226 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
You're beyond the point of fixing.
User avatar #158 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
My country had ONE mass shooting not even at a school, after which they tightened the gun laws. That was 18 years ago and nothing of the kind has EVER happened since. #auspride
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User avatar #15 - nethj (08/25/2014) [-]
way ahead of you
#134 - Vs. the anti-gun people who think big government is good but c… 08/25/2014 on Firearm aesthetics 0
#101 - And I respect your decision to carry and purchase regular roun…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/25/2014 on Firearm aesthetics 0
#131 - Womens Study Major (08/25/2014) [-]
I really admire how you accept that one guy buys specialized ammo for his guns and the other standard. You gun-people really are an example to us all...
#134 - boothead (08/25/2014) [-]
Vs. the anti-gun people who think big government is good but can't determine which Communist Manifesto is the right one, can't identify foam ear plugs from rubber bullets and can't decide exactly how racist the entire Republican party is, doing so by bickering and fighting at each others throats. The next time I go to buy a Remington to defend my Family and the clerk says Benellis are better and I bring home a Benelli i'll think about how close minded and violent we really are.
#2 - If I remember correctly PC outsold a lot of the multi-platform…  [+] (15 new replies) 08/25/2014 on PCMR +17
#4 - Womens Study Major (08/26/2014) [-]
That's actually completely untrue. Even with a game like Skyrim that's considered to be more of a "PC" game, less than 15% of its sales were actually on PC. The same seems to be true of pretty much any big multiplat from the past several years, I've been looking them up. Here's the link for the Skyrim one, though:

www.statisticbrain.com/skyrim-the-elder-scrolls-v-statistics/
#139 - Womens Study Major (08/26/2014) [-]
Todd Howard actually said at Games com that skyrim did in-fact sell more on the PC than on consoles
User avatar #98 - emiyashirou (08/26/2014) [-]
That's because everyone pirates pc games. This is obvious man, get with the program.
#97 - angryninja (08/26/2014) [-]
But can your consoles do this? They canĀ“t
#6 - Womens Study Major (08/26/2014) [-]
Actually he's correct. See info graphic
#19 - Womens Study Major (08/26/2014) [-]
That graphic isn't about multiplats. It's about overall sales, which include indies that never went to console as well as flash games like Farmville.
User avatar #120 - securityexplain (08/26/2014) [-]
If you aren't going to count PC games that never got made into console games, then I'm going to do same, but vice-versa.

Do you really want to know how the comparison would look like if you don't count exclusives, or are you just going to trust me when I say that consoles would go waaaaay down?
User avatar #144 - masterjogi (08/26/2014) [-]
There is so much more pc exclusives, so I'm pretty sure that you are mistaken, pc would go down, even though PC masterrace
User avatar #174 - securityexplain (08/26/2014) [-]
PC exclusives rarely elicit any response bigger than simple "Oh, neat", simply because its a logical state.
On the other hand, whenever a new console war comes along, first thing anyone compares, after the hardware, is which console is getting which exclusives. In other words, exclusives are a major aspect of a console that pretty much define them. On the other hand, no one really gives half a fuck whether a game is a PC exclusive or not, given that its not a lousy conversion.

There isn't an amateur/new developer in world that starts working on a console game. A developer that opts out to doing a console version of the game is in great majority of cases already well established and has substantial amount of resources backing him up.

PC exclusives are natural because everyone starts with working on PC. Your claim is true, per se, but it is also illogical and realistically impossible. On the other hand, console exclusives are arbitrarily limited to their own consoles through companies such as Microsoft and Sony straight up paying devs to make them exclusives, in order to keep their consoles alive. There is no technical nor marketing reason why you would prefer to make console exclusive as opposed to multiplatform.

TL;DR - no reason to make game exclusive to consoles, plenty of reason to make pc exclusive (notably, indie devs who do not have resources to make it multiplatform)
#7 - Womens Study Major (08/26/2014) [-]
That has absolutely nothing to do with multi platform sales. Of course pc sales are higher got dumb asses who have 70 games in their steam that they've never even played before.
#54 - Womens Study Major (08/26/2014) [-]
Well it's money not numbers, so still. Money moved hands, and that counts.
#121 - Womens Study Major (08/26/2014) [-]
Again, it doesn't count. That includes flash games like Farmville, which make up a huge portion of the "PC gaming" industry.
#164 - Womens Study Major (08/26/2014) [-]
Very excellent point.
I don't give a shit about sales numbers, though. I'll just play what I want and that usually means PC, but sometimes a console is better just because dipshits don't know how to optimize games.
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#204 - bleachcraze (08/26/2014) [-]
question is it possible for a civilian to own rubber bullets and if so do you think it would be effective against an attacker, also why arent there enough people today using them if and only if they are available
#195 - kameken (08/26/2014) [-]
My gentleman of color.
User avatar #164 - thegreatseacow (08/26/2014) [-]
that was quite a mouthful you had there. i ignored everything you just said, and instead turned it into a joke about you sucking dick
#169 - boothead (08/26/2014) [-]
If you're gonna make dick jokes the least you can do is read what I typed. Man you gays are fucking assholes.
User avatar #170 - thegreatseacow (08/26/2014) [-]
i did read it, i just really wanted to make that joke
#139 - Womens Study Major (08/25/2014) [-]
Now, I don't disagree with any of your arguments, but I'm pretty sure that your "4th safest place in the world" is completely bullshit, and I'm pretty sure that more or less ANY western European country + Japan, Australia, New Zealand still beat the US. even if those regions are exluded in that "fact" of yours.
#140 - boothead (08/25/2014) [-]
Nobody lives in New Zealand dude, Japans culture is rather peaceful now and I wouldn't move to Australia since home break ins have kind of been going up. And no, the United Kingdom is a shitty hell hole and even Germany has its issues. Spain might be lower crime rates but nobody lives their either. Not to mention our country counts defending yourself with a weapon as violent crime.
User avatar #156 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
Id take home break ins over recurring school shootings.
And how are you supposed to level the playing field against a perpetrator WITH a gun?

Guns change violent crimes into murders. IMHO.
#157 - boothead (08/26/2014) [-]
You mean School Shootings which in the United States happen just as much as school mass killings on other countries? But due to people favoring "Assault Rifles" which shoot bullets small enough to make a mouses penis look black, our shootings have less casualties than your mass killings. More people are beaten to death by hammers each year than firearms to boot. Plus id rather be shot and bleed out in under 2 minutes then stabbed and bleed out for five minutes. And odds are the rapist doesn't have a gun, just a lust for poon and no common sense.
User avatar #160 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
Holy shit america has had 31 school shootings THIS YEAR. What they fuck guys.
#168 - boothead (08/26/2014) [-]
31 school shootings as defined by the anti-gun crowd. Id like to point out that skewed data. All of those had very little to do with guns. One was a kid shooting his neighbors pool using a pellet rifle, but his house was within 2 miles of the school. Another was over the summer where somebody robbed a 7-11 and took a shortcut escaping the police through a school playground. In fact, the only shootings that took place inside a school, during school hours were targeted at another student or teacher. That was 3 of them. In fact, 17 school stabbings in my state alone occurred last school year. And how are you doing with your gun buybacks and Prime Sinister Tony Abbot, hows big government going for you guys? Enjoying the oppression?
User avatar #173 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
Dude, just look on wiki
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_school_shootings_in_the_United_States#21st_century
Every situation has references, and i couldnt find any that werent at schools (assuming you count college as a school). Ill admit the lizard king is shit. Hes making the country more like america in our education system and more like Antarctica in our policies about asylum seekers, all the while being a climate skeptic, dumping dredge water on the GBR, saying the one woman in his party has sex appeal (while simultaneously being the minister for women) and also repealing anti-racism acts.

But hey, still no shootings since 2002.
#178 - boothead (08/26/2014) [-]
Your wiki link proved my point of the amount of "School Shootings" Dropping off in recent years. But gun ownership here up 56% so yea, clearly guns are the problem. Crime in my country is the lowest it's ever been but gun ownership is higher than it was after the civil war. In fact, major crime spikes happen directly after gun laws have gone into place here. Yet I see why guns are the problem. The post Kennedy gun control laws Shot crime so fucking high leaving your car warranted a stabbing, then as the laws died or were repealed crime went down. Then came the post Reagan attempt gun control laws, crime went back up and slowly down then Clintons gun control laws poked crime back up. Then now they're the lowest theyve ever been and since theres been no Federal laws all people have done is buy guns left and right. But yea i can totally see guns are causing crimes and shootings. You're totally right you fucking retard. By god youve solved our crises, we just sit back and make really tight gun control laws and watch as crime and shootings go down because the past clearly shows it doing just that.
And our education may be expensive, but clearly mines payed off more than yous.
#185 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
Well now.
Apart from the Ad hominem even though im a researcher in quantum physics, specifically tuning qubits in microwave cavities #shamelessselfbrag , and the blatant misuse of statistics, i think youve given me a fair bit to discuss. You had 4 school shootings in 00', 4 in 01', 3 in 02', 3 in 03', 4 in 04', 3 in 05', 7 in 06', 4 in 07', 9 in 08', 7 in 09', 8 in 10', 10 in 11', 14 in 12' and 34 in 13'. But by all means, 3 less out of THIRTY FOUR obviously means there are less shootings in recent years (Read:last year), but that couldnt possibly be because the year isnt over yet could it?
Im going to let the attached graph help you along in understanding the premise of correlation =/= causation.
#219 - boothead (08/26/2014) [-]
It appears "Dead Children" is a popular battle cry. Yes you're right school shootings happen here more often because more people own guns we can't deny that. And yet, something tells me our countries aging mental healthcare system plays more of a role in our mass killings. By aging I mean next to fucking non-existent. Actually im certain a nexus of 'gun-free zones' and nobody getting regular mental health checkups has a lot more to play in that. People have fought and died for my right to call you a shitting dick fuck nugget and go clean my shotgun which I have a country given right to own. But the point out of it is, we don't have a gun problem we have a people problem. Of course I saw Amish school shootings in that list so what the fuck happened there is the bigger question.
User avatar #220 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
So i think by this point we both agree that school shootings can be reduced by dis-enabling potential shooters, that America has way too many school shootings (the most in the world), and that there is a lot of mentally unstable people with access to guns. You also just made the point that the mental healthcare system is underfunded. That being the case, why do you need such a high density of guns? If its solely about 'leveling the playing field in home invasions', wouldnt it be just as level if no one had a gun? except it would be level, with a lower number of cases being deadly?
#221 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
Mass killings and crime are two playing fields of opposite sports. Using gun control to stop mass killings might as well be telling your goalie to play shortstop.
User avatar #222 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
it worked in Australia. had killings before port douglass, then we said that was enough, brought in restrictions, and the killings completely evaporated. period.
#223 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
Our countries are opposites to boot. Id like to point out as well that states with more guns have less mass killings. Not to mention gun-free zones are prime targets. For example the Dark Night movie theater shooting. He drove past 24 or 26 theaters till he found one that was gun free. Id sacrifice a few shitty kids so we can have the right to tell our government to piss up a wet rope in a thunderstorm anyway, notice how a good 70% of your country hates Tony Abbots snake-like party but which party remains in power.
User avatar #225 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
you may feel safe having a gun, but i think i feel far safer knowing no one has one.
User avatar #224 - guidedhand (08/27/2014) [-]
so we should storm parliament to throw out a mob that was democratically elected, for breaking election promises? America is a bit archaic in that respect. Youre never going to overthrow your government (again). Its not like we're in north korea or something, theyre doing unfavourable things, but we all knew they were going to do them before they were elected. I dont think any 1st world western countries will ever need to overthrow their government, there is far too much of an international community these days. But we're not talking about australias problems here.

gun free zones are only targets if people have guns.
Are americans desensitized to how creepy 'gun free zone' is? its a term that shouldnt have to exist.
#226 - boothead (08/27/2014) [-]
You're beyond the point of fixing.
User avatar #158 - guidedhand (08/26/2014) [-]
My country had ONE mass shooting not even at a school, after which they tightened the gun laws. That was 18 years ago and nothing of the kind has EVER happened since. #auspride
User avatar #97 - nigalthornberry (08/25/2014) [-]
#rekt
User avatar #92 - quency (08/25/2014) [-]
I respect that you have specialized rounds in all, but i prefer standard ammo. Its much more common and can be just as effective in injuring but not killing someone if used correctly. I just don't believe all that extra stuff is neccessary.
#101 - boothead (08/25/2014) [-]
And I respect your decision to carry and purchase regular rounds.
Only in the gun community is diversity and acceptance within the group so profound
#131 - Womens Study Major (08/25/2014) [-]
I really admire how you accept that one guy buys specialized ammo for his guns and the other standard. You gun-people really are an example to us all...
#134 - boothead (08/25/2014) [-]
Vs. the anti-gun people who think big government is good but can't determine which Communist Manifesto is the right one, can't identify foam ear plugs from rubber bullets and can't decide exactly how racist the entire Republican party is, doing so by bickering and fighting at each others throats. The next time I go to buy a Remington to defend my Family and the clerk says Benellis are better and I bring home a Benelli i'll think about how close minded and violent we really are.
User avatar #47 - tittylovin (08/25/2014) [-]
>never seen a man outsmart bullets
Heavy Weapons Guy?
#66 - boothead (08/25/2014) [-]
Shit you know to much little man
#30 - Womens Study Major (08/25/2014) [-]
More niggers = more danger
#10 - Womens Study Major (08/25/2014) [-]
I'd like to add that in the 4 you mentioned, guns ARE banned
User avatar #11 - vegeta (08/25/2014) [-]
which is why he excluded them from a whole statement silly anon, doesn't know english.
#17 - boothead (08/25/2014) [-]
I thought id get flak for being a gun owning pacifist, instead I got called out for omitting the outliers.
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