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#30 - GamerGate wants corruption in game journalism to end. Game… 11/12/2014 on Only anti gg women get... 0
#78 - People want the choice to not have a baby and go to great leng…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/12/2014 on Cannibal Blowjob Holocaust... +5
#82 - dubmaster (11/12/2014) [-]
I'm waiting for someone to come in and say:

"NO MAN WILL TELL ME WHAT TO DO WITH MY BODY"
#75 - Like how Democrats ran Congress and held the presidential seat…  [+] (10 new replies) 11/12/2014 on Twitter's reasonable... +1
#125 - thebigbadbeest (11/12/2014) [-]
what are you even saying? that does not even make sense.
#137 - boothead (11/12/2014) [-]
Giving an example of to much power on one side of the Spectrum, Democrats believe the more money they spend the better the economy, but look whats been happening.
#145 - thebigbadbeest (11/13/2014) [-]
by most standards the economy has gotten better, so i don't really understand your point. Also spending money stimulates the economy (ie. the new deal/ WWII)
#146 - boothead (11/13/2014) [-]
Unemployments at 14%, up from two years ago.
#148 - boothead (11/13/2014) [-]
I just double checked, the actual unemployment rate is 12.4%.
The United States Government doesn't count those who havent looked for a job in 6 months as unemployed to make the number look better.
#149 - thebigbadbeest (11/13/2014) [-]
you are right that Forbes says that but they include people with part time jobs. Also do you think a Republican supply side/ trickle down type economic policy might have worked better? just wondering
#151 - thebigbadbeest (11/13/2014) [-]
well how i see it a supply side economic policy has not and would not work because it assumes companies will expand production (ie. create more jobs) before there is a higher demand for the products. but thats with my limited knowledge of economics. if you could tell me how im wrong i willing to listen.
#150 - boothead (11/13/2014) [-]
Works better than democrat spending polices but to fix the economy we need Congress to control the printing of money instead of a private bank.
User avatar #77 - Tyranitar (11/12/2014) [-]
Well, I could already tell you a 2-party political system doesn't and won't ever work.

But yeah, with all this power feminists are receiving, misandrist oppression can begin to occur, and there won't be any countermeasures.
#5 - Anything on console is 20x better one pc anyway :/ 11/12/2014 on Please help me -1
#2 - She deserves every ******* sentence. 11/11/2014 on muh sojjengy 0
#2 - **boothead rolled image ** Yup. 11/11/2014 on Let's play +1
#46 - **boothead rolls 409,934,784** what are the odds its mostly … 11/11/2014 on $25 Visa Gift Card Give-Away 0
#104 - Picking up the trash bag is a step to taking the trash out, bu…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/11/2014 on Worth the read. -2
User avatar #105 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
So I'm totally fine for giving drugs to someone knowing full well those drugs are going straight to someone being victimised?

And Drug lords must also not make victims as they aren't the ones directly dealing the drugs to addicts either.
#2 - Or you could kill yourself on camera. Id totally pay 20 bucks … 11/11/2014 on India vacation... 0
#101 - I can see where you're coming from, but dude, transporting dru…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/11/2014 on Worth the read. 0
User avatar #112 - ponchosdm (11/11/2014) [-]
I know, they are totally different things for decent people, but for criminals or people that think that what they do is not bad at all those things are no problem
dammit didn't saw what you did there, I am not good with internal jokes, or american jokes.

point is, as long as you do not think what you are doing is bad, then you wont see a problem there, you can see human traffic is a problem, drug traffic has more problems before transporting it than after delivering it to the client, thus, people think that having drug has no problem at all, if there is no transport there is no client, if there is no client, there is no need to make the product. it is a big circle, sadly both human and drug draffic have and will always have clients, so it will never end thank you for exposing your thoughts on the matter
#99 - You're a dumbass. Trafficking is victimless, dealing is not vi…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/11/2014 on Worth the read. -1
User avatar #102 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
Trafficking is part of the fucking dealing.
#104 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
Picking up the trash bag is a step to taking the trash out, but putting the trash in the garbage can is the act of taking the trash out.
User avatar #105 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
So I'm totally fine for giving drugs to someone knowing full well those drugs are going straight to someone being victimised?

And Drug lords must also not make victims as they aren't the ones directly dealing the drugs to addicts either.
#96 - Wow man, suicidal people didn't sit down and choose and to be …  [+] (2 new replies) 11/11/2014 on Worth the read. -2
User avatar #116 - azumeow (11/11/2014) [-]
The alcoholic ABSOLUTELY had a say. They had a say every day of their life, every drink they had.

So did the suicidal person. You kill yourself, it's on you and nobody else. It's your decision. People can influence it, but if you can't take the heat, nobody else is to blame, at the end of the day, but you. And don't try and get all high and mighty on me. I've been there. I've fucking been there with the knife against me, ready to make that cut. I didn't fucking do it, because no matter what, you always have a choice. The only fucking difference is how tough making that god damned choice is.
User avatar #397 - dtox (11/11/2014) [-]
Not trying to act "high and mighty" here, but thats really unfair to downplay peoples suicidal actions as being unable to "take the heat."

you've been in that position, same as i, and we both managed to stray from that terrible choice, which im very happy that we did. but thats only because we were in the correct mindset to.

some people dont get that choice, simply because their brains, dictated by the balance of various chemicals, wouldnt allow them to. thats all it takes, a little more of this chemical, a little less of that, and you have a brain that can only truely percieve a liimited number of options to end its own sufferring.

In my case, i luckily had a mother who not only noticed something was wrong, but did everything in her power to make sure i got the right kind of help i desperately needed. It is this fact that i consider myself to be very fortunate, unlike so many other people who go on unnoticed.
#21 - The first amendmant means we can't be arrested for saying thin…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/11/2014 on Orwell style +3
#57 - anonymous (11/11/2014) [-]
There are three breaks to the first amendment. One of them is words designed to cause harm to one's personal or reputation by intention, or those designed to cause panic. the others are those inciting violence, or informing people how to commit crimes.

However, the way at which a private site is run, so long as being there is optional,
User avatar #34 - thunderkrux (11/11/2014) [-]
Well there are limits to what we can say. We can't be arrested for having an opinion. We can be arrested or at least sue for slander or libel. We can be arrested for yelling shark at a beach or fire in a movie theatre.

Anon is arguing that they can suffer reprocussions for not allowing it, but actually it's no different than being kicked out of store for causing a ruckus by saying hitler was right we really should kill all the jews. I can kick you off my own property for any reason what so ever.
#92 - Further actually, because in human trafficking the humans are …  [+] (3 new replies) 11/11/2014 on Worth the read. +1
User avatar #98 - ponchosdm (11/11/2014) [-]
yes, for humans with conscience we think that is bad, for humans without conscience, they think other humans are just product, so for them moving humans, is the same that for you moving drugs. they are not doing anything bad, they are just transporting a product, so there should not be anything bad in just transporting, I mean animal traffic would be relevant, not many people consider animal feelings, well not as important as human feelings obviously
#101 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
I can see where you're coming from, but dude, transporting drugs and people are in two different categories, it's like comparing Giraffes and crystal meth.
See what I did there?
User avatar #112 - ponchosdm (11/11/2014) [-]
I know, they are totally different things for decent people, but for criminals or people that think that what they do is not bad at all those things are no problem
dammit didn't saw what you did there, I am not good with internal jokes, or american jokes.

point is, as long as you do not think what you are doing is bad, then you wont see a problem there, you can see human traffic is a problem, drug traffic has more problems before transporting it than after delivering it to the client, thus, people think that having drug has no problem at all, if there is no transport there is no client, if there is no client, there is no need to make the product. it is a big circle, sadly both human and drug draffic have and will always have clients, so it will never end thank you for exposing your thoughts on the matter
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#87 - And who would that be, the drug user who actively made the cho…  [+] (9 new replies) 11/11/2014 on Worth the read. +1
User avatar #94 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
Little boy slaps his mother for getting high on heroin Also, in case you have temporarily forgotten that there are people outside of the addicts that are affected.
#99 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
You're a dumbass. Trafficking is victimless, dealing is not victimless. Im not changing the meaning of the phrase for your naive white knightness to feel warm and cozy.
User avatar #102 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
Trafficking is part of the fucking dealing.
#104 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
Picking up the trash bag is a step to taking the trash out, but putting the trash in the garbage can is the act of taking the trash out.
User avatar #105 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
So I'm totally fine for giving drugs to someone knowing full well those drugs are going straight to someone being victimised?

And Drug lords must also not make victims as they aren't the ones directly dealing the drugs to addicts either.
User avatar #93 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
Of course the person is an idiot for getting into the drug in the first place, but that doesn't exempt your decision to help feed their problem.

Though to me it seems you would consider it a-okay to knowingly give an alcoholic a pack of beer or a suicidal person a freshly sharpened razor, so I guess there's really no point in me trying to argue this.
#96 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
Wow man, suicidal people didn't sit down and choose and to be suicidal. The alcoholic didn't really have a chance to say no either. You're kind of a dick ya know?
User avatar #116 - azumeow (11/11/2014) [-]
The alcoholic ABSOLUTELY had a say. They had a say every day of their life, every drink they had.

So did the suicidal person. You kill yourself, it's on you and nobody else. It's your decision. People can influence it, but if you can't take the heat, nobody else is to blame, at the end of the day, but you. And don't try and get all high and mighty on me. I've been there. I've fucking been there with the knife against me, ready to make that cut. I didn't fucking do it, because no matter what, you always have a choice. The only fucking difference is how tough making that god damned choice is.
User avatar #397 - dtox (11/11/2014) [-]
Not trying to act "high and mighty" here, but thats really unfair to downplay peoples suicidal actions as being unable to "take the heat."

you've been in that position, same as i, and we both managed to stray from that terrible choice, which im very happy that we did. but thats only because we were in the correct mindset to.

some people dont get that choice, simply because their brains, dictated by the balance of various chemicals, wouldnt allow them to. thats all it takes, a little more of this chemical, a little less of that, and you have a brain that can only truely percieve a liimited number of options to end its own sufferring.

In my case, i luckily had a mother who not only noticed something was wrong, but did everything in her power to make sure i got the right kind of help i desperately needed. It is this fact that i consider myself to be very fortunate, unlike so many other people who go on unnoticed.
#85 - Yea, but a huge chunk of weapons being transported legally 99.…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/11/2014 on Worth the read. 0
User avatar #90 - ponchosdm (11/11/2014) [-]
you are talking about smart usage, weapons in dumb countries makes lots of deaths, drugs in smart countries makes some deaths, maybe weapons was not a good comparison, legal things against illegal things.
I'll try to make another one, Human traffic against Drug traffic, both are illegal, both have the transport issue, which people know that doing it is bad, but as long as they are not the ones selling it, its ok for them isn't it?, was that more close to what I think is your point of view of transporting drugs?
#92 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
Further actually, because in human trafficking the humans are being trafficked. And people have feelings, nobody opted to be put into sex slavery, nobody can say "Okay, ill become a sex slave just this once to see what it's like".
You don't have an argument here until heroin needles show up at my door asking for support.
User avatar #98 - ponchosdm (11/11/2014) [-]
yes, for humans with conscience we think that is bad, for humans without conscience, they think other humans are just product, so for them moving humans, is the same that for you moving drugs. they are not doing anything bad, they are just transporting a product, so there should not be anything bad in just transporting, I mean animal traffic would be relevant, not many people consider animal feelings, well not as important as human feelings obviously
#101 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
I can see where you're coming from, but dude, transporting drugs and people are in two different categories, it's like comparing Giraffes and crystal meth.
See what I did there?
User avatar #112 - ponchosdm (11/11/2014) [-]
I know, they are totally different things for decent people, but for criminals or people that think that what they do is not bad at all those things are no problem
dammit didn't saw what you did there, I am not good with internal jokes, or american jokes.

point is, as long as you do not think what you are doing is bad, then you wont see a problem there, you can see human traffic is a problem, drug traffic has more problems before transporting it than after delivering it to the client, thus, people think that having drug has no problem at all, if there is no transport there is no client, if there is no client, there is no need to make the product. it is a big circle, sadly both human and drug draffic have and will always have clients, so it will never end thank you for exposing your thoughts on the matter
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#80 - People ruin their own lives, we just help make them enjoy what… 11/11/2014 on Worth the read. 0
#79 - I said victimless not rightous.  [+] (11 new replies) 11/11/2014 on Worth the read. 0
User avatar #86 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
Uh, there's still a fucking victim.
#87 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
And who would that be, the drug user who actively made the choice to inject knowing full well the implications? If I purposely crash my car into a tree at 60mph and die horribly, I still made the choice to see what would happen.
User avatar #94 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
Little boy slaps his mother for getting high on heroin Also, in case you have temporarily forgotten that there are people outside of the addicts that are affected.
#99 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
You're a dumbass. Trafficking is victimless, dealing is not victimless. Im not changing the meaning of the phrase for your naive white knightness to feel warm and cozy.
User avatar #102 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
Trafficking is part of the fucking dealing.
#104 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
Picking up the trash bag is a step to taking the trash out, but putting the trash in the garbage can is the act of taking the trash out.
User avatar #105 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
So I'm totally fine for giving drugs to someone knowing full well those drugs are going straight to someone being victimised?

And Drug lords must also not make victims as they aren't the ones directly dealing the drugs to addicts either.
User avatar #93 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
Of course the person is an idiot for getting into the drug in the first place, but that doesn't exempt your decision to help feed their problem.

Though to me it seems you would consider it a-okay to knowingly give an alcoholic a pack of beer or a suicidal person a freshly sharpened razor, so I guess there's really no point in me trying to argue this.
#96 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
Wow man, suicidal people didn't sit down and choose and to be suicidal. The alcoholic didn't really have a chance to say no either. You're kind of a dick ya know?
User avatar #116 - azumeow (11/11/2014) [-]
The alcoholic ABSOLUTELY had a say. They had a say every day of their life, every drink they had.

So did the suicidal person. You kill yourself, it's on you and nobody else. It's your decision. People can influence it, but if you can't take the heat, nobody else is to blame, at the end of the day, but you. And don't try and get all high and mighty on me. I've been there. I've fucking been there with the knife against me, ready to make that cut. I didn't fucking do it, because no matter what, you always have a choice. The only fucking difference is how tough making that god damned choice is.
User avatar #397 - dtox (11/11/2014) [-]
Not trying to act "high and mighty" here, but thats really unfair to downplay peoples suicidal actions as being unable to "take the heat."

you've been in that position, same as i, and we both managed to stray from that terrible choice, which im very happy that we did. but thats only because we were in the correct mindset to.

some people dont get that choice, simply because their brains, dictated by the balance of various chemicals, wouldnt allow them to. thats all it takes, a little more of this chemical, a little less of that, and you have a brain that can only truely percieve a liimited number of options to end its own sufferring.

In my case, i luckily had a mother who not only noticed something was wrong, but did everything in her power to make sure i got the right kind of help i desperately needed. It is this fact that i consider myself to be very fortunate, unlike so many other people who go on unnoticed.
#61 - Instead of having that thought process, try something more rea…  [+] (24 new replies) 11/11/2014 on Worth the read. +1
User avatar #83 - ponchosdm (11/11/2014) [-]
isnt that the same problem with weapons? I mean, you can transport them and sell them, and is only the choice of people to use them, of course both can kill people.

so from my point of view hydraetis has a valid point.

and from your reply, "others will still make and traffic them", well, let them be and be the ones that go to jail and never leave it as OP image states
#85 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
Yea, but a huge chunk of weapons being transported legally 99.99999999999999999% anyway, are going to be used for collections, self defense and sport shooting/hunting.
Guns trafficked illegally however, 60% sold by anti gun owner politicians and the other 40% is split between redneck criminals making a quick buck and Mexicant drug cartels anyway. The problem isn't so much the mule but the dealer, in fact the consumer is more at fault. Well with the weapons trade people not involved can be harmed so thats a different topic anyway The consumer actively made the choice to 'try just once' despite them knowing all it takes is one hit. Then the United States Government can be blamed the most however for treating drug abuse as a crime.
User avatar #90 - ponchosdm (11/11/2014) [-]
you are talking about smart usage, weapons in dumb countries makes lots of deaths, drugs in smart countries makes some deaths, maybe weapons was not a good comparison, legal things against illegal things.
I'll try to make another one, Human traffic against Drug traffic, both are illegal, both have the transport issue, which people know that doing it is bad, but as long as they are not the ones selling it, its ok for them isn't it?, was that more close to what I think is your point of view of transporting drugs?
#92 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
Further actually, because in human trafficking the humans are being trafficked. And people have feelings, nobody opted to be put into sex slavery, nobody can say "Okay, ill become a sex slave just this once to see what it's like".
You don't have an argument here until heroin needles show up at my door asking for support.
User avatar #98 - ponchosdm (11/11/2014) [-]
yes, for humans with conscience we think that is bad, for humans without conscience, they think other humans are just product, so for them moving humans, is the same that for you moving drugs. they are not doing anything bad, they are just transporting a product, so there should not be anything bad in just transporting, I mean animal traffic would be relevant, not many people consider animal feelings, well not as important as human feelings obviously
#101 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
I can see where you're coming from, but dude, transporting drugs and people are in two different categories, it's like comparing Giraffes and crystal meth.
See what I did there?
User avatar #112 - ponchosdm (11/11/2014) [-]
I know, they are totally different things for decent people, but for criminals or people that think that what they do is not bad at all those things are no problem
dammit didn't saw what you did there, I am not good with internal jokes, or american jokes.

point is, as long as you do not think what you are doing is bad, then you wont see a problem there, you can see human traffic is a problem, drug traffic has more problems before transporting it than after delivering it to the client, thus, people think that having drug has no problem at all, if there is no transport there is no client, if there is no client, there is no need to make the product. it is a big circle, sadly both human and drug draffic have and will always have clients, so it will never end thank you for exposing your thoughts on the matter
User avatar #68 - lyiat (11/11/2014) [-]
Seriously? "Oh, seems there's a riot going on. If I don't steal this TV, someone else is going to, so I should reap the benefit". How twisted is your fucking logic? Granted, I believe we're too harsh on drug users as it is. If people want to fuck up their body, that's on them, but the goddamn law is the goddamn law. Drug trafficking is still just as bad as distributing and selling. You're aiding the facilitation of a fucking crime. If I knowingly transport a murderer on his way to kill someone, uncoerced and willingly, I'm still a shithead for doing it. "He would have gone and done it anyway" is a shitty fucking excuse.
#79 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
I said victimless not rightous.
User avatar #86 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
Uh, there's still a fucking victim.
#87 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
And who would that be, the drug user who actively made the choice to inject knowing full well the implications? If I purposely crash my car into a tree at 60mph and die horribly, I still made the choice to see what would happen.
User avatar #94 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
Little boy slaps his mother for getting high on heroin Also, in case you have temporarily forgotten that there are people outside of the addicts that are affected.
#99 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
You're a dumbass. Trafficking is victimless, dealing is not victimless. Im not changing the meaning of the phrase for your naive white knightness to feel warm and cozy.
User avatar #102 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
Trafficking is part of the fucking dealing.
#104 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
Picking up the trash bag is a step to taking the trash out, but putting the trash in the garbage can is the act of taking the trash out.
User avatar #105 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
So I'm totally fine for giving drugs to someone knowing full well those drugs are going straight to someone being victimised?

And Drug lords must also not make victims as they aren't the ones directly dealing the drugs to addicts either.
User avatar #93 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
Of course the person is an idiot for getting into the drug in the first place, but that doesn't exempt your decision to help feed their problem.

Though to me it seems you would consider it a-okay to knowingly give an alcoholic a pack of beer or a suicidal person a freshly sharpened razor, so I guess there's really no point in me trying to argue this.
#96 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
Wow man, suicidal people didn't sit down and choose and to be suicidal. The alcoholic didn't really have a chance to say no either. You're kind of a dick ya know?
User avatar #116 - azumeow (11/11/2014) [-]
The alcoholic ABSOLUTELY had a say. They had a say every day of their life, every drink they had.

So did the suicidal person. You kill yourself, it's on you and nobody else. It's your decision. People can influence it, but if you can't take the heat, nobody else is to blame, at the end of the day, but you. And don't try and get all high and mighty on me. I've been there. I've fucking been there with the knife against me, ready to make that cut. I didn't fucking do it, because no matter what, you always have a choice. The only fucking difference is how tough making that god damned choice is.
User avatar #397 - dtox (11/11/2014) [-]
Not trying to act "high and mighty" here, but thats really unfair to downplay peoples suicidal actions as being unable to "take the heat."

you've been in that position, same as i, and we both managed to stray from that terrible choice, which im very happy that we did. but thats only because we were in the correct mindset to.

some people dont get that choice, simply because their brains, dictated by the balance of various chemicals, wouldnt allow them to. thats all it takes, a little more of this chemical, a little less of that, and you have a brain that can only truely percieve a liimited number of options to end its own sufferring.

In my case, i luckily had a mother who not only noticed something was wrong, but did everything in her power to make sure i got the right kind of help i desperately needed. It is this fact that i consider myself to be very fortunate, unlike so many other people who go on unnoticed.
User avatar #64 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
You're still actively directly participating in helping move drugs to someone who would be much better off without them. And yea, I know it's going to happen anyway. But does that mean I'm going to go ahead and do it anyway? Fuck no. I'm going to choose to stay out of it, because I don't need to have the knowledge that I am helping dealers possibly ruin lives on my conscience.

You can call me naive or a white knight or whatever, I really don't give a shit. Unless the crime is truly your only viable option, there is no excuse.
#80 - boothead (11/11/2014) [-]
People ruin their own lives, we just help make them enjoy whats left bruh
#72 - anonymous (11/11/2014) [-]
Sooo by your logic, one can say that they should blame macdonalds for making them fat. Since they make the unhealthy food 'available'....right?
User avatar #84 - hydraetis (11/11/2014) [-]
Yes because fast food is 100% relatable to illegal, hard drugs.
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told you
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User avatar #9 to #7 - arabiddrummer **User deleted account** (08/29/2013) [-]
Sup
#10 to #8 - boothead (08/29/2013) [-]
Somebodies getting a paddling.
User avatar #3 - sonym (04/03/2013) [-]
I'm getting real tired of your **** .
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#2 to #1 - boothead (02/09/2013) [-]
Oh looky here fellows it's that one guy with multiple accounts, and no green thumbs, this neck beard swaggot rolled in from facebook like a stray cat... You are like what? 12? Talking about my mother... Go play Call of Duty assclown
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