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#8 - No it's not, read above.  [+] (2 new replies) 10/30/2013 on Crosman Products 0
User avatar #50 - levelninetynine (10/30/2013) [-]
It's not what? I pretty sure I was only including another disorder.
User avatar #63 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
The point I was trying to make is that, more often than not it's a condition you bring on yourself, rather than a clinical one; and as a result, you can get over it with training and will-power.
#7 - Except that people are able to get over themselves all the tim…  [+] (27 new replies) 10/30/2013 on Crosman Products 0
User avatar #10 - lolollo (10/30/2013) [-]
You sound like someone who went to a 5 minute seminar and thinks he now knows everything about psychology. True, depression can be caused by both random sad thoughts, but it can be caused by a chemical imbalance, and the funny thing about chemicals in the brain...you can't just "will" them away. Try taking Nyquil and will yourself to stay away. You can't. That's because your brain is run by chemicals. Telling your brain to ignore a chemical is like telling your car to ignore that there's the wrong kind of gas in the gas tank. The only type of depression you can "will" away is the type that isn't depression at all.

In order to cure depression, you need therapy...like months of therapy. Months of a psychiatrist doing exercises that gradually retrain your brain and fix the chemical imbalance with medication. Sure, you can try doing this on your own, but a psychiatrist is going to know the intricacies of your condition and know what to do in certain situations, and can act as an outside observer. Your "good buddy tommy" and his 10th grade education in sociology wouldn't even hold a candle to that sort of thing.

And of course you don't see manics. That doesn't mean depression is fake, it means that depression either manifests itself as full on manic depressive disorder, or manic depressive disorder. That doesn't logic in any sort of way into "they're fake."

Now you can either be proactive about it, or you can keep being a douche and no one will give a shit what you have to say.
User avatar #11 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
And you sound like someone who makes assumptions based on little to no evidence, so I suppose we're even.

I already went through the whole "Clinical Depression caused by chemical reaction" thing, in case you didn't read that far. Furthermore, you CAN just will it away, as it has been proved time and again that thought-power is able to effect your body in numerous ways; even people who meditate often are able to control their own heart-beat. You can actually will yourself to stay away because, again, people have done it before. And finally, people have proved again and again to be able to disobey their own brain; hell, just committing suicide on a whim, which again, people have done, proves it, seeing as how your brain's number 1 function is to keep you alive. I think you underestimate the will-power someone could muster.

I like how you go on about how complex and difficult depression is to deal with, then nail out the exact method used to cure it as if that were the only one.

Alright, I'll go through it again: 1, Any type of clinical mood disorders are caused by a chemical imbalance. 2, that means you have just as much chance of having Mania as you do having Depression. 3, yet you see far more people with depression than you do mania. 4, logically, that means many of the people who believe they have depression actually don't have it. If a friend ran into your room telling you he flipped a coin 20 times and it landed on Heads every time, you'd have a bit of trouble believing him, right? That's because the chances of it landing on heads or tails is roughly 50/50, just like Depression and Mania, so you SHOULD see an equal amount of people suffering from both, yet you don't. Do you get it now?

I am being pro-active about it, I'm telling someone that he can solve it just by getting out there and doing what makes him happy; you're the one saying that he's fucked, not me.
User avatar #30 - buttplugmaster (10/30/2013) [-]
I appreciate the fact that you aren't trying to say depression doesn't happen and it's always all in people's heads, because it's something i hear a lot. Being said, your argument about people suffering form mania is overlooking something. People don't complain about being happy all the time. People do complain about being sad all the time. If you had an illness that made you hear better, you wouldn't go to the doctor for it, but if your hearing is worse, that is something you'd go to the doctor for. same principle, so your assumption is wrong, although depression is admittedly overdiagnosed, it probably isn't AS overdiagnosed as you think.
User avatar #35 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
Well I understand that there are many people who suffer, and that the brain is so complex you can't exactly rule anything out; I just get frustrated when people are a bit sad and claim it as "depression", because it lowers the value of the words of people who actually do have it.

While I have considered that, people with Mania are actually quite easy to spot; they tend to be very enthusiastic, full of energy, giggles, and smiles, and what-not literally to the point where it becomes creepy; that's why it's also considered a problem that needs to be fixed, because people with Mania, from what I hear, tend to disregard a lot of things in their grand burst of enthusiasm (which involves things like running out into the street).
User avatar #37 - buttplugmaster (10/30/2013) [-]
that's true, but you can't force people to go get themselves checked out, and being happy all the time isn't something they're going to want to get checked out for. Being depressed feels like being upset and hurt all the time and you know that being happy is a thing, but you just don't know how to get there and you want to fix it. Being manic I would assume involves the same principle in reverse, and who would voluntarily be happy less? I would think they'd be more inclined to ignore the adverse effects in order to keep being happy, so it would be harder to convince them to see someone about it.
User avatar #40 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
While you do have a point, if I recall correctly, you can actually 'force' someone into something when they are endangering themselves.

And again, just as well, you never hear someone say "I'm manic", it's always "I'm depressed". I would say it is only logical to assume some of them would lie about it and that the actual statistic is indeed 50/50.
User avatar #44 - buttplugmaster (10/30/2013) [-]
some of them yes, but i'd have to say that 50/50 would be a stretch. Also, you have to prove they're a danger to themselves or others to force them somewhere, and at least in my state that means proving homicidal or suicidal intentions. Not an easy feat and not something you would be able to do with mania.
User avatar #45 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
If I may ask, why would you think so?

Ah! But that IS the problem, you see. Depression is bad because you tend to be sluggish and often have thoughts of suicide, Mania is bad because you tend to be over-active and have a disregard to your own safety, that's why it's a problem, both of them are (very) potentially life-threatening, if they weren't, they wouldn't be on the board. The only reason Mania is not as popular as Depression is because people literally think it is just being happy, rather than being completely off the wall (which is what it is).
User avatar #12 - lolollo (10/30/2013) [-]
1. Go ahead then, show us where scientific studies have shown that an individual can will clinical depression away.
2. I never made depression out to be complex at all, just not as simple as you're trying to make it.
3. You can't say "logically" and expect it to magically logic. What sort of logical principle did you use to come to that principle, and what data supports it?
4. The simple fact that mania and depression are caused by "chemical imbalance" doesn't mean they're equal. Which chemicals are imbalanced? In what way are they imbalanced? Why does the chemical imbalance in that way cause the disorder? Dopamine imbalance alone can cause a number of disorders depending on the TYPE of imbalance. You can't keep saying "chemical imbalance" and expect it to science.
5. You're telling me that I have no basis for my information when you're information comes from a source of logic that only exists in incorrect hypothetical space.

yeahok

Where are all of your sources that deal with depression and mania in 50/50 absolutes.
User avatar #13 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
I don't have to. By the professional opinion of many doctors, the Placebo is one of, if not thee most effective form of medicine for the body. Believing we get better helps us to do so. This also works for the brain, not just the body and organs.

I'm not making Clinical Depression simple because I'm not talking about clinical depression, I'm talking about depression brought on by someone being sad.

I'm not expecting it to "magically logic", because it DOES make sense. It's a MOOD disorder, and it's stupid to assume you have a higher chance of having ONE mood disorder than another, it just doesn't make sense.

"You can't keep saying chemical imbalance and expect it to science" You mean like you are?

I never said you had no basis for your information, I said that I was the one telling him he could solve it easily while you were telling him he had to solve it through massive amounts of support, money, and training.

But fine, okay, you say that I have no basis or evidence to support what I have to say and very well, I will abdicate and admit I am wrong and you are right if YOU can provide studies saying that YOUR way is the only way to go. I will assume you can because you have such faith in calling me out on my lack of reports.
User avatar #14 - lolollo (10/30/2013) [-]
At this point, you're just changing your argument into something that fits what you're trying to say, so I'll just walk away. You can say you won the argument if you want, I really don't care. It's just like religion. Reality won't change just because some idiot thinks he knows what he's saying.

You're suddenly not talking about clinical depression? The original person you commented to was. Only you had to twist some nonlogic to make the assumption he wasn't.

And when I was saying "be proactive", it means not twisting logic into saying someone isn't actually clinically depressed, and then telling them to get over it. "If you think about the chemical imbalances in the brain, you should be just as manic, but you're not, therefore you're not depressed, so get over it." That's fucking retarded.

But you can think what you want. I'm going to bed. I apologize for thinking this discussion was worth my time.
User avatar #29 - garymotherfinoak (10/30/2013) [-]
you won this one
User avatar #31 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
I wouldn't say so. He may have had the upper hand earlier, but through a constant slew of insults, as well as running off the moment I asked for something he demanded of me earlier, he showed that he had a very poor character and, in fact, had exactly as much 'evidence' as I did regarding his claims.
User avatar #34 - garymotherfinoak (10/30/2013) [-]
either way im gonna leave it off here since i dont wanna spur another argument. those things are pointless.
User avatar #33 - garymotherfinoak (10/30/2013) [-]
wasn't asking you. both of you threw your unnecessary slew of insults and degrading terms, and came to a lower lever than either of you once were. i should have pointed out that what i mean by he won was he made the better point, the one that had 5 thumbs. you can't solely 'will' through depression or get over it one day. it takes long term treatment.
User avatar #36 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
My, my, aren't you touchy. Actually all I said as a personal insult was that he makes assumptions, stated in my first reply to him; if you know of any other insults I laid out, I would love to see them.

I wasn't saying you could, I was saying you could "will" through sadness. Which is why I made such a point of differentiating between Clinical Depression and brought on Depression. What I said was that will-power could be a huge POINT in curing yourself of clinical depression, as it is with anything. I understand that Clinical Depression is a real thing, and even made note of that in my very first comment.
User avatar #39 - garymotherfinoak (10/30/2013) [-]
"My, my, aren't you touchy."
see? you' re already stoping to his level of insultery.

that makes more sense then. like i said, i dont wanna argue. we each out got our own opiniones.
User avatar #41 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
Because you snapped at me, yes.
User avatar #55 - garymotherfinoak (10/30/2013) [-]
i didn't think i snapped... :/
was it the first thing i said being 'i wasnt talking to you?'
User avatar #64 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
"Wasn't asking you". I'm sorry if you didn't, as it is hard to tell emotions over text, it just 'felt' like you said it in an aggressive tone. If you did not, I humbly apologize.
User avatar #67 - garymotherfinoak (10/30/2013) [-]
ees okey
User avatar #15 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
I'm not changing the argument, I literally agreed with you and said that I have nothing to support what I say, but if you give me evidence that YOU are correct, I will say I am wrong and believe you. And now you're backing-out.

I'm not "suddenly" not talking about clinical depression, because I know what it is, it is a genuine imbalance of chemicals in your brain that I only mentioned in my first comment to differentiate, and then in latter comments because you brought it up, it was not the main subject of the discussion as far as I am concerned.

I actually wasn't saying that at all, but okay.

I like this, I really do. At the end of my comment, I come out and say I could be wrong, and you could be absolutely right; you constantly judge me on the fact that I have no evidence (while putting none forward yourself) and I finally agree and say that all you need to do is give me some to support what you say, and I will admit my wrongs, I will say you are right, I will apologize, and I will go on as a smarter, more correct man.

And you cop-out, saying that "Oh, it's just not worth my time" in order to desperately try to protect your pride and dignity. Good job.
#20 - anonymous (10/30/2013) [-]
I really would like to add my small amount of text to your debate. I learned a little in psychology in collage and although that doesn't make me a psychologist I do live with a person diagnosed with manic depression so I know a little about her particular condition.
She takes two kinds of medication, one she says is for her depression, the other for her mood swings.
Just recently she got a new psychologist who told her that along with her medication she also should work on building up her confidence. Standing in front of a mirror speaking encouraging words to herself. She's had really awful experiences in her life.
It's been about a month since she ran out of the mood swing medication and she has gotten a lot less stable in her moods. A simple perceived slight, imagined or real, can make her angry.
But in my opinion you're both right to an extent and I'd like to focus on what I believe I know from both of your points.
#21 - ktkthegreat (10/30/2013) [-]
God damnit, it didn't keep me logged in. Ran out of space:

lolollo, you said there are many different types on mental disorders and you can't fix all of them with the same solution. Which I think is absolutely right.
But I also believe captainfuckitall is right about having to get over ones woes. Although it doesn't always just happen, one has to work on mentally strengthening one-self like I mentioned above.
User avatar #54 - lolollo (10/30/2013) [-]
Simply having the blues wasn't the concern, though. The concern was clinical depression, which is more than just "I feel sad because..." Typically, with depression. it's that a chemical imbalance makes you feel depressed, and your brain fills in the reasons for you to be sad. When it's just the woes, it's the other way around. With depression, you can't simply explain why they shouldn't feel sad for the reasons they say they feel sad (the justifications your mind makes up for the emotion) since the chemical imbalance will still be there, and you're just going to leave the brain with an empty emotion it's just going to fill back up with other justifications.

Does this make sense?

It's why drugs and therapy work so well, you have the drugs combat the imbalance, and have therapy train the brain to prevent it from happening in the future, mentally.
#28 - imofcnotharveydent (10/30/2013) [-]
didn't read
#38 - ktkthegreat (10/30/2013) [-]
Don't give a shit
#6 - Because it's a cop-out. If you 'don't know' what you're upset … 10/30/2013 on Crosman Products -9
#47 - Eh, while I believe you are absolutely correct, I also believe…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/30/2013 on My friend on reddit lost... +3
#54 - flapz (10/30/2013) [-]
Of course genetics/metabolism have a role to play he is just being equally stupid to those using it as an excuse for them being fat...

Just because someone can eat unhealthy without getting fat doesn't necessarily mean you can and that is why it's not a fucking excuse but just terrible logic...
User avatar #55 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
You don't seem to understand what I was trying to say. He said that metabolism had no effect on it, yet I disagreed based on life experience with regular people and their eating habits. I wasn't using anything as an excuse or trying to get my way out of it, I was just pointing out something that seemed obvious.
#297 - flapz (10/30/2013) [-]
I know I just made that statement to make it clear
#84 - wanicochil (10/30/2013) [-]
Girl is skinny as hell
Does no exercise
Eats maccas every day (Sometimes twice a day)

People think everyone and everything is black and white when it comes to weight gain/loss
#17 - Herbology actually works, though. As a matter of fact…  [+] (15 new replies) 10/30/2013 on pseudoscience burn 0
#19 - anonymous (10/30/2013) [-]
That's what we call the placebo effect.
User avatar #20 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
Oh okay, does that mean 'actual' medicine doesn't work and is also just the Placebo effect? Considering that logic could be used for ANY type of medicine, after-all.
#24 - anonymous (10/30/2013) [-]
Except for the fact actual medicine is tested in a scientific setting, not in a hippie's basement.
User avatar #25 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
Except for the fact that those "Alternative Medicines" were used for generations before-hand and most who have participated in them claim they work.

I like this game, it's fun.

But seriously though, even IF it's a placebo effect, that still means it actually works. If it does the job, does it really matter how the job is done?
User avatar #26 - thedutchs (10/30/2013) [-]
Just because generations before "claim" that something works, doesn't mean it works.

I can say that I think eating a piece of wood helps me live a long life since my family has been eating pieces of wood since always and that my family has reached an old age on average.

This does not prove ANYTHING.
User avatar #32 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
And we also find medicine ineffective and with unforeseen side-effects all the time, there's always something new coming out because the old one didn't work.

That's a poor example, seeing as how old-age isn't exactly something you can use as a starting point. It would be better to say that everytime you were sick, you ate a piece of wood, and within a day you got better; which is similar to the old remedies.

What do you mean?
User avatar #33 - thedutchs (10/30/2013) [-]
Because people who claim that Herbal medicine works, hold modern day medicine back.
It's idiotic how many people refuse to take actual medicine because they believe in "natural" stuff.

And my point was that just because you do a certain thing every time the same situation occurs, and the outcome is the same, doesn't mean the certain thing you did actually helped.

Just because you feel better in a day, could be because of placebo. Medicine that works on placebo is not what we need. The body can do a lot of things and solve a lot of problems on itself, so when it doesn't, medicine comes into play. Taking medicine when your body can help itself is therefore idiotic.

Also, failing medicine and side effects are the whole idea of good science. Trial and error. When you face a problem, you can solve it. I'm not saying I don't feel bad for people who died because of certain bad medicine, I'm saying that this is what happens in evolution.

Some old remedies we're good, but that was really sheer luck. Why? Because doctors in anywhere before the 1800 had no way of utilizing chemistry like we have now.

Modern medicine might not be perfect, but it's getting there.
User avatar #35 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
If you honestly believe that, I feel pity for you. Medicine advances at a constant pace, regardless of what people say about it; eating a root every now and again or drinking a certain cup of tea certainly do not hold it back; furthermore, it is good to face criticism every now and again, medicine included, as we have had MANY drawbacks regarding bad medicine or too many side-effects.

I understand that, and it is true, but as I said with the person above, genuinely believing it could induce a placebo effect which actually helps you, and in the end, if the job is done does it really matter how it is done?

Actually, many doctors give their professional opinion that the "Placebo" approach is one of the best healers in medicine. A lot of people believe that it only makes you THINK you're better, but this is not actually the case; people have even recovered from cancer and terminal illness based upon Placebo approaches.

Indeed, and I totally agree; I'm just saying that there are many 'cures' that people do not look at. Perhaps with a rise of popular alternative medicine, someone could take a look at it and use it to improve both real medicine and the alternative, no?

That's true, but even back then a lot of it was just trial and error, just like now; but many of those old cures still actually work; hell, even today, one of the best 'blood-thinners' you could possibly have is putting leeches on you, a technique they used hundreds of years ago.

Indeed, and I totally agree and support it; I'm simply saying that maybe it could get there QUICKER with the help of 'Alternative Medicines' actually deemed effective.
User avatar #36 - thedutchs (10/30/2013) [-]
Your diet doesn't fall under medicine. Medicine and nutrition are different things. Tea isn't medicine and potatoes are roots as well. And criticism is EXACTLY the reason why modern medicine has developed the way it does. And maybe the whole thing about trial and error isn't clear to you, but it incorperates those drawbacks.

And if you want to induce placebo, you could tell that someone needs to eat certain things or do certain exercises instead of selling them expensive herbal medicines.

Also, leech saliva often cause cloggings of the arteries and veneral damage. Bloodletting itself is stupid. Only when applied to swelling does it work, and a leech is far too random for that.

The reason why herbal medicine and modern medicine cannot "help" each other is because their basics are different. Modern Medicine is about chemical reactions and biology. Herbal Medicine is about assumptions.

Don't pity me. Pity humanity. You want to know the reason why I think like this? My grandfather was a doctor in Indonesia, and he has seen many people die because they used their olde herbal medicine and came to a doctor, far too late.

I hate your medicine.

User avatar #50 - indonesia (10/31/2013) [-]
fucking true man, people in here use Herbal Medicine which is the basic of medicine is about assumptions.
because they believe a traditional medicine can help them, but it doesn't work either
User avatar #37 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
What do you mean "my" medicine, I didn't come up with it. You seem like a very angry person, but that's alright, I can understand why; even so, you seem to be far too adverse to it for this conversation to do anything practical, so we should bid eachother farewell here before we get into an argument about who screwed who's mother first.
User avatar #38 - thedutchs (10/30/2013) [-]
Live long and prosper.
#39 - anonymous (10/30/2013) [-]
American Journal of Bio-pharmacology Biochemistry and Life Sciences [AJBBL]
The plants that possess therapeutic properties are exerting beneficial pharmacological effects on the animal body are generally designated as medicinal plants.
The plant derived products such as flavonoids, terpenoids and steroids have received considerable attention in recent years due to their diverse
pharmacological properties. Recently, medicinal plants constitute an important “National Resource” throughout the world. India is one of the richest plant based ethno medical traditions in the world.
Most of the plants are known to possess some principles in their extracts, which have an inhibitory action towards pathogens and to treat many degenerative diseases.
Numerous plant constituents have proven to show free radical scavenging or antioxidants activity.
TLR there is a whole field of science studying the medicinal affects of plants to try to extract the chemical compounds that help people
User avatar #40 - thedutchs (10/30/2013) [-]
Which has to do with chemistry. So yeah.
User avatar #27 - thedutchs (10/30/2013) [-]
And medicine, that on itself doesn't work, is exactly the kind of shit why medicine isn't developing the way it could.
#98 - Considering my greatest ambition is immortality, ya I could do it. 10/30/2013 on Nope 0
#15 - Full-Metal Alchemist is great, but I hate most of the people w…  [+] (23 new replies) 10/30/2013 on Pretty neat +9
#106 - anonymous (10/30/2013) [-]
I bet you get all the ladies
User avatar #107 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
I have no time for vagina when knowledge is on the line.
User avatar #25 - daentraya (10/30/2013) [-]
Are we talking about in-universe alchemy, or real life or what?..
User avatar #26 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
Real life.

The point I was trying to make is that when talking about real Alchemy and what it was in real life, a lot of people only know about it because they saw it in Full-Metal Alchemist, and I suppose it just gets frustrating.
User avatar #29 - daentraya (10/30/2013) [-]
Oookay. This argument was just so out of place, and i didn't want to read the whole thing
User avatar #31 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
The reason I posted it is because the Gif is supposed to represent the Philosophers Stone, and people started talking about how it grants eternal life or some-such.
User avatar #32 - daentraya (10/30/2013) [-]
It's all fiction and myth, the magical object. Real alchemy is of course irrelevant
User avatar #33 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
Well it's not, actually; again, old Alchemists were just ancient Chemists, and a lot of what they did paved the way for other scientists. There is also hundreds if not thousands of documents regarding the Philosophers Stone and the Elixir of Life, both in creating and finding it, and apparently some believed they got quite close.
User avatar #34 - daentraya (10/30/2013) [-]
Alchemy turning to chemistry was a great leap for science. Got rid of the gold and immortality silliness. Let's just continue to talk across each other. I wonder why people think poptarts are to delicious when it's dry and filled with goop
User avatar #36 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
Isn't the whole point of medicine to achieve immortality?

I actually don't care much for poptarts, I prefer struddles. I also believe pancakes to be disgusting and waffles are the superior breakfast item.
User avatar #37 - daentraya (10/30/2013) [-]
The point of medicine is to stop pain and death n shit we dont like. If anyone had an inkling of sense, they'd look at old people who live longer than they would without medicine, and think 'oh, their minds are deteriorating faaairly dahm quickly, maybe, just maybe, human minds weren't designed for immortality, and we'll all go insane and wish to alphabetically insult the whole universe after we've stopped giving two shits about watching everyone we knew die'

What's a struddle? And i've gotten fairly tired of pancakes. They're too sweet and stuff. I haven't had waffles in ages, and we should really acquire the thingie that makes them. That'd be delicious
User avatar #38 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
That's why "eternal youth" is often associated with immortality. Nobody wants to be a geezer forever, people want to be young and vibrant. Hell, my own greatest ambition is to live forever.

It's this sweet bread thing, like a flat, delicious donut and it can be filled with strawberries or other fruits, you can also glaze it with honey, chocolate, cinnamon, or whatever you please. I actually got a Belgian waffle maker last christmas and I got to say it's one of the best things ever, I just love it (here's a recipe idea for you: if you get a waffle maker, make Kraft Dinner and put it inside the waffle maker with bits of bacon and such, flatten it out to make it all crispy, then take out and enjoy)
User avatar #41 - daentraya (10/30/2013) [-]
I always see 'forever' connected with boredom, and boredom is the worst feeling ever. The only thing that soothes the view of a long potentially fucking boring life, is to think of how little time i have to become good at art and creature stuff, and how limited time i have to learn all i want to, and suddenly it's all k

Oooh, that'd be so delicious with fresh fruit..
If i get a waffle maker, imma use ma grandmas recipe, and not put meat in em. I think i'd prefer fruit n icecream or just fruity icecream
User avatar #42 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
I don't understand how you could, to me, forever means infinity, and in that infinity you can do whatever you like and watch the world grow and expand, just like you. But that's the beauty of it, with immortality, you can spend as long as you like on anything you like, whether perfecting an art, or playing a game, or anything; there is no urgency.

Mhmm. But it really is the type of fruit and ice-cream that matters. Fruit and desserts are great, but they can easily make or break any recipe.
User avatar #43 - daentraya (10/30/2013) [-]
But that'd be boring as hell. Our minds aren't made to handle such things, and it really dahm shows. Sure, i could go on with my art n learning, and see the world and perhaps fund it with my acquired artistic skills or whatever, but i'd only feel at peace if i knew i had the often to die whenever i wanted to.

Strawberries and good quality icecream. As long as it's pancakes, waffles or any dessert bread, strawberries and/or icecream is the way to go.
#108 - anonymous (10/30/2013) [-]
Why would you assume our minds aren't built to withstand ages ? If we achieve immortality it will probably be by perfect cellular regeneration and as such problems like dementia, alzheimer etc. that are connected with old age would be a relic of the past.
Being immortal is a perfect opportunity to learn, to observe, to really know the world.
Sure I can understand why it would be boring, It would be hard watching all your friends and family come and go, starting your life over and over again but in the end I think it would be worth it, just immagine all the possibilities.
User avatar #44 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
Bah, then you and me see it completely differently. In any case, if you are right I will remember you, after-all, I'd have all the time in the world to do it.

I once had waffles with banana's and peanut butter. It was pretty good.
User avatar #88 - daentraya (10/30/2013) [-]
Yeah. And shows like FMA does little to help on it

I think the banana part is okay, but i don't think i like peanut butter. But we did get these little packets and my mom, who hates peanut butter says that it's good, so i might try it one day, even if i think something chocolately would be better. She is also welcoming of the prospect of getting a waffle iron
User avatar #19 - sillymango (10/30/2013) [-]
k
User avatar #18 - newdevyx (10/30/2013) [-]
i did a little research on Lapis Philosophorum and those who searched it or tried to create it did it in vain and wasted their lives trying to create it.
User avatar #20 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
I know, I wasn't saying that was incorrect, I was saying that the lore attached to it due to the anime was.
User avatar #59 - zenler (10/30/2013) [-]
in regards to living 'forever' stuff, wouldn't it be nice to witness humanity's eventual exploration of space? even be a key part ;D
User avatar #62 - captainfuckitall (10/30/2013) [-]
Quite so, good sir!
#23 - Eh, Sirius tried to get Snape eaten by a werewolf when they we… 10/29/2013 on Well, he was a pretty big... +1
#2 - Which is ******* hilarious, if anyone is wondering.  [+] (3 new replies) 10/29/2013 on A+ 0
User avatar #4 - lnyanchl (10/29/2013) [-]
If anyone was wondering, if anyone was wondering.
User avatar #8 - dalokan (10/29/2013) [-]
was wondering anyone if, was wondering anyone if
User avatar #10 - lnyanchl (10/29/2013) [-]
Anyone wondering was if, anyone wondering was if.
#12 - Than again, with that logic, nearly every substantial victory …  [+] (9 new replies) 10/29/2013 on Well, he was a pretty big... +11
#13 - apackofwolves (10/29/2013) [-]
I mean, I look at Snape, and everything good that he does is either to make amends for something bad he did, or because he does not know how to move on from his childhood crush. Everyone talks about how he was just the kindest, most lovable character in the entire series because he never stopped loving Harry's mom, but he was a major prick the whole series.
#16 - luigiyoshi (10/29/2013) [-]
Well, I'm not actually a huge fan of him but to be fair...
Dumbledore had Snape spying on Voldemort. This means that he had one of the absolute greatest and most respected wizards needing him to be close to and serve the epitome of evil that murdered the girl that he was absolutely in love with and never able to get over. He couldn't move on from loving her, but he spent his life having to be right next to the person that killed her. Excuse him for being cynical and seemingly annoyed, his entire existence was one selfless life completely devoted to making sure that the whole world, both wizarding and muggle, didn't fall. He had no happiness. The fuck would you do? Smile and just try to make everyone's day better?
User avatar #79 - Dwarf (10/30/2013) [-]
Damn, dude, you know your shit.
#26 - bhlizzm (10/29/2013) [-]
I know that feel
#38 - gmanofwonder (10/29/2013) [-]
Yeah, but I feel an importance of not listening to your ideals at all at first. As a matter of fact, Leaf Village can take it up the poop-shoot.
#19 - apackofwolves (10/29/2013) [-]
I'm just mad about him fucking Sirius over so badly in the third book and letting Peter Pettigrew get away (not actually his fault, I know, but I still blame him for everything that happened that night.) Sirius was my favorite character
User avatar #23 - captainfuckitall (10/29/2013) [-]
Eh, Sirius tried to get Snape eaten by a werewolf when they were teens, it was only because his arch nemesis intervened that he survived, if not, Sirius really would have just left him to die for no other reason than he was a bully and felt like it.

I would say they're even.
User avatar #22 - lotengo (10/29/2013) [-]
Sirius was a cool guy in the books. But when he and Snape went to school he was a total dickface and Snape just got even with him
#20 - luigiyoshi (10/29/2013) [-]
I understand entirely, Sirius was my favorite too.
#11 - Granted, he doesn't have to be autistic to be able to do that.… 10/29/2013 on     +1
#19 - Thank you.  [+] (3 new replies) 10/29/2013 on Frienderman 0
User avatar #20 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
Tell me what you think when you're done.
User avatar #23 - blokrokker (10/29/2013) [-]
And then he was never heard from again.

Or it's a fuck-off long story.
User avatar #33 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
It has 6 parts. It is one of if not thee best creepy pastas ever.
#17 - I doubt you could. But sure. And cut me some slack, I…  [+] (5 new replies) 10/29/2013 on Frienderman 0
User avatar #19 - captainfuckitall (10/29/2013) [-]
Thank you.
User avatar #20 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
Tell me what you think when you're done.
User avatar #23 - blokrokker (10/29/2013) [-]
And then he was never heard from again.

Or it's a fuck-off long story.
User avatar #33 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
It has 6 parts. It is one of if not thee best creepy pastas ever.
#15 - Movie. Although it evolved into a fear of any type of woman wi…  [+] (7 new replies) 10/29/2013 on Frienderman 0
User avatar #16 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
Come on, would you like me to link you a story that will make you ten times that paranoid to wash away your fear of asian women?
User avatar #17 - captainfuckitall (10/29/2013) [-]
I doubt you could. But sure.

And cut me some slack, I was really young at the time and the concept just terrified me.
User avatar #19 - captainfuckitall (10/29/2013) [-]
Thank you.
User avatar #20 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
Tell me what you think when you're done.
User avatar #23 - blokrokker (10/29/2013) [-]
And then he was never heard from again.

Or it's a fuck-off long story.
User avatar #33 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
It has 6 parts. It is one of if not thee best creepy pastas ever.
#12 - Eh, even then I never cared much for him. He just seemed like …  [+] (10 new replies) 10/29/2013 on Frienderman 0
User avatar #14 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
Oh you mean the movie. Come on those things were hilarious. It was just crap going "HIUEDHIDUHEUIHDIDE"
User avatar #13 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
Movie or pasta?
User avatar #15 - captainfuckitall (10/29/2013) [-]
Movie. Although it evolved into a fear of any type of woman with long black hair and twisted facial features, growing further into an eventual fear of Japanese women in general...
User avatar #16 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
Come on, would you like me to link you a story that will make you ten times that paranoid to wash away your fear of asian women?
User avatar #17 - captainfuckitall (10/29/2013) [-]
I doubt you could. But sure.

And cut me some slack, I was really young at the time and the concept just terrified me.
User avatar #19 - captainfuckitall (10/29/2013) [-]
Thank you.
User avatar #20 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
Tell me what you think when you're done.
User avatar #23 - blokrokker (10/29/2013) [-]
And then he was never heard from again.

Or it's a fuck-off long story.
User avatar #33 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
It has 6 parts. It is one of if not thee best creepy pastas ever.
#5 - Not really. Slenderman has become the most over-rated horror c…  [+] (13 new replies) 10/28/2013 on Frienderman +11
User avatar #42 - priestoftheoldones (10/29/2013) [-]
Well, creepy pastas. Before he was really big, he was not scary, unsettling. How he looked, how he acted. It all fit together to make him so creepy. The games were good, but then he got REALLY big. Then he started going bad. Smile dog is still the scariest shit to ever come from the internet.
User avatar #11 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
If you ever read his creepy pastas before all the gay hype, he was truly one of the creepiest characters around. His eerie stalking and uncanny appearance gave him an undeniably unsettling aura. He wasn't some dumb ass Michael Myers who just chases people forever and then get's shot 300 times falls out a window and mysteriously vanishes only to do it again for seven movies.
User avatar #12 - captainfuckitall (10/29/2013) [-]
Eh, even then I never cared much for him. He just seemed like a tall guy that kidnapped kids; like if Shaquille O'Neal was a pedophile.

No, I tended to find other things much scarier; my own worst fear is Kayako, The Grudge woman.
User avatar #14 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
Oh you mean the movie. Come on those things were hilarious. It was just crap going "HIUEDHIDUHEUIHDIDE"
User avatar #13 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
Movie or pasta?
User avatar #15 - captainfuckitall (10/29/2013) [-]
Movie. Although it evolved into a fear of any type of woman with long black hair and twisted facial features, growing further into an eventual fear of Japanese women in general...
User avatar #16 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
Come on, would you like me to link you a story that will make you ten times that paranoid to wash away your fear of asian women?
User avatar #17 - captainfuckitall (10/29/2013) [-]
I doubt you could. But sure.

And cut me some slack, I was really young at the time and the concept just terrified me.
User avatar #19 - captainfuckitall (10/29/2013) [-]
Thank you.
User avatar #20 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
Tell me what you think when you're done.
User avatar #23 - blokrokker (10/29/2013) [-]
And then he was never heard from again.

Or it's a fuck-off long story.
User avatar #33 - spartusee (10/29/2013) [-]
It has 6 parts. It is one of if not thee best creepy pastas ever.
#35 - After she smacks him, the black guy turns into Jaden Smith 10/28/2013 on Best kiss cam ever ? +1
#29 - But if the problem is brought on BY yourself, then 'convincing… 10/28/2013 on FeelsJunk 0
#28 - And there's a way to get more, it's called "Working Hard". 10/28/2013 on FeelsJunk 0
#16 - A great story to tell is worth 10 blowjobs, my friend.  [+] (1 new reply) 10/28/2013 on WRONG LEVER! +2
#18 - adirtysmuggler (10/28/2013) [-]
This guy ^
#25 - No it's not. I understand what you mean, but to say that "…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/28/2013 on FeelsJunk 0
User avatar #26 - theantidote (10/28/2013) [-]
Willpower is an effective tool as anything and in a lot of cases of anxiety as well, I can put a smile on my face and say everything is okay and eventually I would believe myself. But I can hardly call this healthy, because no matter how much you convince yourself it doesn't get rid of the problem. Depression isn't just a spat of sadness, more a mental battering every day for months on end. Now I'm not saying that putting a placebo in place isn't effective because it is generally at a 1 in 3 success rate in most cases but I see that as putting a plaster over an infected wound and hoping it will get better, sure it could do, or it could get exponentially worse. Just my thoughts though, I'm sure this is an endless debate on views which are perfectly valid as each other. I would like to see this thing about the guy in the Arctic, seems quite interesting
User avatar #29 - captainfuckitall (10/28/2013) [-]
But if the problem is brought on BY yourself, then 'convincing' yourself isn't actually convincing yourself, it's literally solving the problem.

It may very well be, but it's no different from mania, where you're happy every day for months on end; the only difference is that people are 'diagnosed' with depression more than mania. It's obviously not a chemical thing, as chances are literally 50/50 that you would get one or the other, it's more than likely brought on by the persons own attitude and mind-set, and if that is so, then it is solved by the attitude or mind-set as well. It's no wonder so many pills do not work, it's because it's not caused by something a pill can fix.

I think the guy was called "Ice-Man" or something, I forget his real name, probably Russian, but he just loved the cold. He would hang out in deep-freezers and go swimming in an ice-cold lake every morning and he described it as a literal addiction, and yet he never suffered from hypothermia or any other ill effects.

Just looked it up. He's Danish, "Wim Hof" is his name: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wim_Hof
#23 - Except it's nothing like that. There is no physical force stop…  [+] (6 new replies) 10/28/2013 on FeelsJunk 0
#27 - anonymous (10/28/2013) [-]
Yes there is, its called money.
User avatar #28 - captainfuckitall (10/28/2013) [-]
And there's a way to get more, it's called "Working Hard".
User avatar #24 - theantidote (10/28/2013) [-]
Anxiety is such a broad term it's impossible to say you can 'will yourself' past it. Yeah there is the anxiety of going for a job interview, kinda of irrational everyday things. But have you ever suffered with depression? Where there are no silver linings in any cloud you see? It is not a matter of a willpower, it is a genuine illness that won't just treat itself.
This comic is simply putting out the fact that no manner of 'convincing' will help someone get over their 'wall' of anxiety even though they should have the ability to do so (even though the owl can fly it cannot get past the wall)
User avatar #25 - captainfuckitall (10/28/2013) [-]
No it's not. I understand what you mean, but to say that "Anxiety" covers more ground than "Willpower" is just absurd.

I've been sad before, yes; very sad even, yet I got myself out of it in a jiffy through rationalization and a better mind-set. Whether it is a genuine illness or not is irrelevant (I personally think Depression is just a state-of-mind, not an actual illness, but I won't get into that and I also understand why other people do consider it a genuine illness and they have full rights to believe so), as any doctor or psychologist with salt to their name would agree that the placebo is the most effective medicine we have, outclassing any and all other forms of medicine. People have literally healed themselves from otherwise terminal illnesses, there are records of people surviving wounds that should have killed them instantly and even people who are able to endure extraordinary circumstances (such as jogging through the Arctic wearing only your underwear, which was done by an actual man who, for lack of a better word, just loved the cold. He was featured in the Ripliey's book of World Records or something), through all this I highly doubt depression is the 'make or break' of humanity.

I understand what the comic was trying to portray, I just simply disagree with it.
User avatar #26 - theantidote (10/28/2013) [-]
Willpower is an effective tool as anything and in a lot of cases of anxiety as well, I can put a smile on my face and say everything is okay and eventually I would believe myself. But I can hardly call this healthy, because no matter how much you convince yourself it doesn't get rid of the problem. Depression isn't just a spat of sadness, more a mental battering every day for months on end. Now I'm not saying that putting a placebo in place isn't effective because it is generally at a 1 in 3 success rate in most cases but I see that as putting a plaster over an infected wound and hoping it will get better, sure it could do, or it could get exponentially worse. Just my thoughts though, I'm sure this is an endless debate on views which are perfectly valid as each other. I would like to see this thing about the guy in the Arctic, seems quite interesting
User avatar #29 - captainfuckitall (10/28/2013) [-]
But if the problem is brought on BY yourself, then 'convincing' yourself isn't actually convincing yourself, it's literally solving the problem.

It may very well be, but it's no different from mania, where you're happy every day for months on end; the only difference is that people are 'diagnosed' with depression more than mania. It's obviously not a chemical thing, as chances are literally 50/50 that you would get one or the other, it's more than likely brought on by the persons own attitude and mind-set, and if that is so, then it is solved by the attitude or mind-set as well. It's no wonder so many pills do not work, it's because it's not caused by something a pill can fix.

I think the guy was called "Ice-Man" or something, I forget his real name, probably Russian, but he just loved the cold. He would hang out in deep-freezers and go swimming in an ice-cold lake every morning and he described it as a literal addiction, and yet he never suffered from hypothermia or any other ill effects.

Just looked it up. He's Danish, "Wim Hof" is his name: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wim_Hof
#13 - I once sang out Cthulhu's prayer while having sex. I…  [+] (3 new replies) 10/28/2013 on WRONG LEVER! +4
User avatar #15 - thebukman (10/28/2013) [-]
I once shouted 'Expecto Patronum' just as I came, when my gf gave me a bj.

Was the last bj for a long time. Still fucking worth it.
User avatar #16 - captainfuckitall (10/28/2013) [-]
A great story to tell is worth 10 blowjobs, my friend.
#18 - adirtysmuggler (10/28/2013) [-]
This guy ^
#67 - No thanks, I'd rather not get my **** slapped by … 10/28/2013 on Break on through 0
#40 - That's the greatest compliment I could have received from some…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/28/2013 on Superior race +3
#75 - puggles (10/29/2013) [-]
and here's a pic of the real and actual puggles taking a nap for your viewing pleasure.

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#505 - thediablo (19 hours ago) [-]
Man, I think I love you
Man, I think I love you
User avatar #506 to #505 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (18 hours ago) [-]
Haha, where the hell did that come from?
User avatar #507 to #506 - thediablo (18 hours ago) [-]
I saw that kind of argument that you had and I liked not only what you said but the way you said it, I think you did it pretty cool and everything

if you meant the gif it's from Soul Eater
User avatar #508 to #507 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (18 hours ago) [-]
That's the first time I heard that. Generally, my abrasive and blunt speech drives most people to dislike me, not give me affection. You're a sweetheart, though.

Haha, no, I did not mean the gif.
User avatar #509 to #508 - thediablo (18 hours ago) [-]
I feel the same way about myself, I have to say that if those speeches were used against me I would feel a little bit upset, but you ask for clear answers and sources, and you try to make the other person think before they speak, I like that in general, not just mindless bashing ahaha
User avatar #510 to #509 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (18 hours ago) [-]
Well I'm certainly glad you can see the good in my speaking skills. Frankly, I do it to get to the point. I hate having my time wasted for any reason, and so I extend that courtesy to others and try not to waste anyone else's time either; which leads me to being very blunt and brutal in my words so that they cannot be confused or misheard. Though I admit I was frustrated in that debate.
User avatar #511 to #510 - thediablo (18 hours ago) [-]
most of them are frustrating anyway

and yeah, it sucks when people start to get offtrack because of a single comment that you used as an example or something, it's proof that they are desperately trying to derail the conversation to their favor
User avatar #512 to #511 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (18 hours ago) [-]
Oh well. When you get into a debate with someone, the point should be because you are trying to change your own views, not theirs.

If someone doesn't want to believe something, they won't. End of story. You could use all the proof you want to tell someone the colour of the sky is blue, but if they want it to be green, it will be and there's nothing you can do to stop it.

Thus, the only person you should be focused on changing in a debate is yourself, and only do so to get more perspective on the issues important to you.
User avatar #498 - gugek (12/30/2014) [-]
Hey! Good afternoon. I hope the rest of your day is awesome and tomorrow is freaking fantastic!
#492 - miia ONLINE (12/13/2014) [-]
User avatar #494 to #492 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (12/13/2014) [-]
Well aren't you a sweetheart for helping me get over my fear
#495 to #494 - miia ONLINE (12/13/2014) [-]
im actually about to go to bed but hi
User avatar #499 to #495 - aurumleo (01/08/2015) [-]
Who's the artist? Sauce?
User avatar #500 to #499 - miia ONLINE (01/08/2015) [-]
i dont remember and its too late for me to find out
reverse search it
#501 to #500 - aurumleo (01/08/2015) [-]
I found it! The artist's nukomasu. Thanks, Miia. If it weren't for that image, I won't find it.
User avatar #496 to #495 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (12/13/2014) [-]
Well don't let me keep you. Hi back, and feel free to continue the conversation any time.
User avatar #503 to #502 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (01/09/2015) [-]
Hello again.
#504 to #503 - miia ONLINE (01/09/2015) [-]
hello

i am exhausted
User avatar #490 - commencingfailure (09/30/2014) [-]
******* retard compares the IS to today's feminists. One could say ignorance is an everspreading cancer, you did your job to increase the spread.
User avatar #491 to #490 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (09/30/2014) [-]
You seem REALLY mad, friend. Perhaps you should calm down and take some ass ointment before you need to see a doctor
User avatar #489 - myfourthaccount (07/18/2014) [-]
dude, you're like my most favorite person on earth right now haha
User avatar #487 - imvlad (05/04/2014) [-]
you brought shame to your house
User avatar #483 - aerosol (04/22/2014) [-]
Have you by chance had an older account here before?
User avatar #484 to #483 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (04/22/2014) [-]
Yes I have. My first username was Hiimquinn, but it was deleted for some reason I never found, so I just made another.
#485 to #484 - aerosol (04/22/2014) [-]
Oh. Never mind then. I saw someone call you Dave and I mistook you for someone else.
User avatar #486 to #485 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (04/22/2014) [-]
It's fine. It was a joke from a picture a while back where a man was looking out the window and saw a dog and his owner walking down the street. The dog barked at another, bigger dog, and his owner just turned and said "See, this is why you have no ******* mates, Dave".
User avatar #481 - iforgotmyothername (03/20/2014) [-]
you are one cool tempered potato compared to me, bringing my fury upon your wrongness. i salute you, and thumbed up all your comments in the a capella debate.
User avatar #482 to #481 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (03/20/2014) [-]
It's alright, I apologize for making you upset, but you don't need to thumb my posts up. Thumbs are a way to express positivity or negativity toward any type of comments; if you do not like them, it is perfectly within your right to thumb them down.
User avatar #474 - aherorising (11/20/2013) [-]
you're a really cool bro
#471 - shiifter (10/06/2013) [-]
This still makes me giggle.

Oh and by the way, i never actually thumbed you down. I just said that i did.
User avatar #472 to #471 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (10/06/2013) [-]
The thing is, the way I found OUT you gave me those thumbs was because of the question mark, which allows people to see who voted on content. I could only KNOW it was you if you had thumbed them down, which you did.

And now you not only prove to be an idiot, but a liar as well.
#473 to #472 - shiifter (10/12/2013) [-]
Wait? You still remembered that? That's hilarious.

By the way, i screencapped this. it's like a trophy.
User avatar #468 - satrenkotheone (09/22/2013) [-]
I would just like to say thank you.
User avatar #469 to #468 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (09/22/2013) [-]
For?
#466 - anonymous (08/25/2013) [-]
Due to your pointlessly rude comment on the post "Jesus ain't got time for **** ",

I have gone through 20 of your previous comments and thumbed them all down.

You're also a stupid, unfunny, tryhard feelfag. Exactly the kind of user that this site is infamous for.
User avatar #467 to #466 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (08/25/2013) [-]
I wasn't pointlessly rude. If you read it more carefully, you would find I am not insulting your god or faith, but rather, the people who spread it about; and even they are just doing it to themselves, while I am mearly making an observation

It's ironic you call me tryhard, considering you just went through the time to thumb-down my last 20 comments as if it would have any effect on me personally or my ranking here. It's also odd you call me stupid, considering you were the one who read it uncorrectly. And I think the fact I have so many comment thumbs anyways (including my own jesus comment) speaks to the point that I am, in fact, quite hilarious. "Feelfag", is that supposed to be a derogatory term for someone who is passionate about certain things? If so, then I take pride in it, as it is only through passion that things grow.

Considering you are pretentious, arrogant, immature, and without a sense of humour; you fit the criteria for '12 year old funnyjunker' far better than I do.
#463 - captainspankmonkey (07/16/2013) [-]
Hey, I would just like to say thank you for telling me to get an account.   
Yea I know, odd thing to give thanks for when I could have gotten one easily but then again, I was a dumb bastard then and could not think very well.   
I notice your comments from time to time and get some good knowledge off of them, mainly the Lovecraft related ones.   
But like I said, thank you very much and continue to be awesome.
Hey, I would just like to say thank you for telling me to get an account.
Yea I know, odd thing to give thanks for when I could have gotten one easily but then again, I was a dumb bastard then and could not think very well.
I notice your comments from time to time and get some good knowledge off of them, mainly the Lovecraft related ones.
But like I said, thank you very much and continue to be awesome.
User avatar #464 to #463 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (07/16/2013) [-]
You are just a wonderful person, you know that? Thank you very much for your kind words and appreciation, and I'm glad you have made an account and made many friends here, including myself
#465 to #464 - captainspankmonkey (07/16/2013) [-]
You're welcome, good sir.
You're welcome, good sir.
User avatar #461 - potgardener (06/01/2013) [-]
youre pretty ****** in the head if beating a kid is a good idea, parents would need to hit their kids if they taught them what was right and wrong from the beginning
User avatar #462 to #461 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (06/01/2013) [-]
It's ironic how you talk about avoiding situations, when your very comment isn't needed considering I already explained, about five times now, that I do not mean you must 'abuse' your children in order to get good results. My comment, and all the comments afterwards, were about how when compassion and support fails you must turn to punishment and discipline, including simply smacking your kid upside the head

Perhaps you should read more and get better informed before jumping to opinions, yes?
#459 - bossdelainternet (05/11/2013) [-]
I'd just like to say thank you for created one of the funniest  threads i've seen this year.   
To sum up why i thought it was so funny, a quote...   
"Most people would say 'I lost. I give up.', but you, you just keep trying. You're like the Dominican Republic, always killing the guy in charge and saying 'Ah, this new guy, this new guy's gonna get it right!'." - Family Guy
I'd just like to say thank you for created one of the funniest threads i've seen this year.
To sum up why i thought it was so funny, a quote...
"Most people would say 'I lost. I give up.', but you, you just keep trying. You're like the Dominican Republic, always killing the guy in charge and saying 'Ah, this new guy, this new guy's gonna get it right!'." - Family Guy
User avatar #460 to #459 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (05/11/2013) [-]
I'm not sure whether I should take that as a compliment or an insult

I choose the former

Thank you, good sir
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