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#8 - **** it: Milhouse thread!  [+] (3 new replies) 11/29/2013 on Crazy crackas +1
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#7 - Or even, THRILLHOUSE  [+] (4 new replies) 11/29/2013 on Crazy crackas +1
#8 - captainreposty (11/29/2013) [-]
Fuck it: Milhouse thread!
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#6 - But what about Lisa's big sister; Milhouse?  [+] (5 new replies) 11/29/2013 on Crazy crackas +1
#7 - captainreposty (11/29/2013) [-]
Or even, THRILLHOUSE
#8 - captainreposty (11/29/2013) [-]
Fuck it: Milhouse thread!
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#109 - You study economics. No more needs to be said. I actu…  [+] (4 new replies) 11/29/2013 on *slow clap* -1
User avatar #110 - PubLandlord (11/29/2013) [-]
Fuck you

Firstly I am not doing an economics degree

I responded to your initial point showing how although companies do use tax avoidance your point of them paying "little if any tax" was wrong

I wasn't talking about a class divide when it came to partisan hackery, I was saying how I am not affiliated to any one party. I won't blindly argue that every labour policy is right and how conservatives only want to help the rich, that's just naive

You know there's no answer ... well yeah actually people did predict it, and know exactly how and why it happened, and what needs to be done to stop this sort of thing in the forseeable future.



Hmm so yeah my dream of setting up my own business, which I am already doing , using the knowledge from my business degree is me working for someone else ... moron.

You know nothing about finance and accounting because you think that they somehow mean economics ...

My point is that as a taxpayer why would I want some who studied history and philosophy making decisions on tax, the budget, how to reduce the defecit, investment in small businesses.

Although you might mean well you have no skills in those areas.





#112 - captainreposty (11/29/2013) [-]
Also, how are you ignorant of the fact that all of our decisions available to us came from philosophical enlightenment?
We wouldn't even have the computer if it wasn't for those great men in the past declaring that we are all equal and that we all have rights, and more importantly that we are all free.
"Economics" is about way more than simple accounting and financing, it's now about the morals of business. Deregulation on the financial sector as proven time and time again to fail for 90% of the world's population (if not more).

You would fit into the "American" school of IPE which doesn't want to question the way things work, or when it does, tries to fix them within the existing parameters.

Taxation is an ethical business more than financial: it's asking "Why do we tax these people, what will we achieve by taxing them, and what should we use their tax money for and why?"

Clearly you're unaware of the amount of missing tax there is in the country due to the elites swindling us. You're probably unaware of how much we spend on funding Israel's terrorist occupation of Palestine. More to the point you probably don't even care.
#111 - captainreposty (11/29/2013) [-]
The reality is that we lose £1bn a year on all benefit fraud combined, and £25bn on tax avoidance and evasion by big companies and the super rich, which, obviously is seldom reported.

You know nothing about tax, as indicated by the fact you thought that funding the Monarchy was a positive.
User avatar #114 - PubLandlord (11/29/2013) [-]
I know nothing about tax yet have passed my tax exams
Philosophical enlightenment, kind of clutching at straws there

Taxation isn't a business, taxation isn't about what we should spend the money on, you are stating that as if it's a fact.

I'm guessing you're a first year, which is cute that you think that anything you have written even constitutes an argument.

My favourite line is where you think that the knowledge of the funding of the monarchy defines my knowlege of the British tax system. Yeah even funnier when I actually managed to get an internship with HMRC.

FYI - Monarchy costs around 30,000,000 a year, and from their estate pays the government around 37,000,000 a year, not to mention the amount of tourism they also bring in.

Future reference champ , try and stay on topic and actually learn something before you start saying it .

Masters in finance and Accounting - St Andrews University
(ranked higher than yours )
#107 - I'm guessing you're the type of guy who agrees with good ol' B…  [+] (6 new replies) 11/29/2013 on *slow clap* -1
User avatar #108 - PubLandlord (11/29/2013) [-]
Partisan Hack : Someone who cares more about supporting a particular party or ideology than supporting what is morally right, or factually true.

Too many people think that they have to agree with everyone of "their" party's policies, and will attack or discredit another party's idea even if its a good one.

I agree with some conservative values, disagree with others, I like some liberal democrat ideas and dislike others.

I'm a business/finance/accounting student, the wrong type of people are interested politics, people who like to debate conservatives v lib dems v labour instead of focusing solely on the best course of action to take
#109 - captainreposty (11/29/2013) [-]
You study economics. No more needs to be said.

I actually study politics, history and philosophy at Manchester uni so we're obviously going to disagree on most things.

I am no partisan hack, I know partisan politics is part of a divide and conquer tactic of the upper class, and no this isn't a "conspiracy".

The wrong sorts of people do finance/accounting. You worship money as if it was an idle. I could go on all day about how studying economics is the most pointless thing in the world of academia, unless you want a really well paid but meaningless 9-5 job.

I also study IPE (International Political Economy) which incorporates both, and the general consensus is that economics is a failing subject: why couldn't it predict/prevent the 2007/8 financial crisis? (And I know there's no answer so please don't try and blag one).


But each to their own. In (capitalist) life you have two choices: 1. Work towards your own dream, or 2. work for someone else's dream.
It seems like you've opted for the latter.

User avatar #110 - PubLandlord (11/29/2013) [-]
Fuck you

Firstly I am not doing an economics degree

I responded to your initial point showing how although companies do use tax avoidance your point of them paying "little if any tax" was wrong

I wasn't talking about a class divide when it came to partisan hackery, I was saying how I am not affiliated to any one party. I won't blindly argue that every labour policy is right and how conservatives only want to help the rich, that's just naive

You know there's no answer ... well yeah actually people did predict it, and know exactly how and why it happened, and what needs to be done to stop this sort of thing in the forseeable future.



Hmm so yeah my dream of setting up my own business, which I am already doing , using the knowledge from my business degree is me working for someone else ... moron.

You know nothing about finance and accounting because you think that they somehow mean economics ...

My point is that as a taxpayer why would I want some who studied history and philosophy making decisions on tax, the budget, how to reduce the defecit, investment in small businesses.

Although you might mean well you have no skills in those areas.





#112 - captainreposty (11/29/2013) [-]
Also, how are you ignorant of the fact that all of our decisions available to us came from philosophical enlightenment?
We wouldn't even have the computer if it wasn't for those great men in the past declaring that we are all equal and that we all have rights, and more importantly that we are all free.
"Economics" is about way more than simple accounting and financing, it's now about the morals of business. Deregulation on the financial sector as proven time and time again to fail for 90% of the world's population (if not more).

You would fit into the "American" school of IPE which doesn't want to question the way things work, or when it does, tries to fix them within the existing parameters.

Taxation is an ethical business more than financial: it's asking "Why do we tax these people, what will we achieve by taxing them, and what should we use their tax money for and why?"

Clearly you're unaware of the amount of missing tax there is in the country due to the elites swindling us. You're probably unaware of how much we spend on funding Israel's terrorist occupation of Palestine. More to the point you probably don't even care.
#111 - captainreposty (11/29/2013) [-]
The reality is that we lose £1bn a year on all benefit fraud combined, and £25bn on tax avoidance and evasion by big companies and the super rich, which, obviously is seldom reported.

You know nothing about tax, as indicated by the fact you thought that funding the Monarchy was a positive.
User avatar #114 - PubLandlord (11/29/2013) [-]
I know nothing about tax yet have passed my tax exams
Philosophical enlightenment, kind of clutching at straws there

Taxation isn't a business, taxation isn't about what we should spend the money on, you are stating that as if it's a fact.

I'm guessing you're a first year, which is cute that you think that anything you have written even constitutes an argument.

My favourite line is where you think that the knowledge of the funding of the monarchy defines my knowlege of the British tax system. Yeah even funnier when I actually managed to get an internship with HMRC.

FYI - Monarchy costs around 30,000,000 a year, and from their estate pays the government around 37,000,000 a year, not to mention the amount of tourism they also bring in.

Future reference champ , try and stay on topic and actually learn something before you start saying it .

Masters in finance and Accounting - St Andrews University
(ranked higher than yours )
#37 - Radical Larry in action. No one can stop his **** … 11/28/2013 on Fantastic Seven +20
#22 - >Implying this is fresh content... (x) Doubt. 11/28/2013 on torll 0
#9 - That could be said about any joke about anything ever... 11/28/2013 on Raise it Faggot -4
#74 - Yeah, watched it live the other day. I was thinking all th… 11/28/2013 on *slow clap* 0
#72 - While comedy is the essential element about the post there is …  [+] (2 new replies) 11/28/2013 on *slow clap* -1
User avatar #95 - noblexfenrir (11/28/2013) [-]
You are confusing "caring" with compelled assistance. I care about people greatly, I donate to charities and help out when I can. But noone, not a single person, deserves to rip the fruits of my labour from my hands simply by claiming "they need it" nor do I deserve to rip it from theirs.

By suggesting that such an action is morally just, you are essentially saying I can steal your money from you at any point, and it will be perfectly fine as long as I give it to someone who is worse off economically than you. You are saying you are no better than me when you buy a single luxury item over giving that money to give a man a meal.

You're the one on a fucking high-horse, I simply admit my property is mine.
#91 - anonymous (11/28/2013) [-]
I'm sorry that you are crying liberal tears, because you have failed in life, and think others should take care of you.
#65 - It would be so easy to counter every single point this moron b…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/28/2013 on *slow clap* -25
#80 - umopapisdn (11/28/2013) [-]
I think you're on the wrong website, chief.
#66 - anonymous (11/28/2013) [-]
I would argue that you are the one being irrational. We post this because we think it is funny. Generally that means we do not view it as true. So rationally, you would have no reason to point out that these points have obvious counter-arguments. As soon as you stop thinking logically and start believing that everyone believes everything they see on the internet, you begin to feel the need to point out why it is wrong. Therefore you, not us, are the ones that are being irrational and unreasoning.
#72 - captainreposty (11/28/2013) [-]
While comedy is the essential element about the post there is clearly a political debate entwined within it.
My problem with this is that someone will not see the joke, instead seeing this as factual.
I know this isn't satirical, therefore this person genuinely believes that, for example, the "4.4 million unemployed" are all scroungers.
It's clear from the comments that others also believe that those forced onto the dole are all scroungers.
It's easy to joke around on the internet. What is more difficult is bringing equality to those less fortunate.
You may say "derp, derp, but my money is mine", but there's countless ways I could prove this to be a fallacy.

However, clearly FunnyJunk isn't the forum to be discussing intellectual debates, but so what? It can also be used as a platform for social change; as the internet in general is now proving itself to be.

I'm guessing you live in a "free society", probably America or Britain, so it's obvious that these issues are central to your very existence.
You may not care about other people, but you are indebted to those who in the past who did care. The fact that you have an education, have the vote, have a modern healthcare, all depended on someone giving a fuck about others. So get off your fucking high-horse; yes this is a comedic forum, but social issues transcend all borders.
User avatar #95 - noblexfenrir (11/28/2013) [-]
You are confusing "caring" with compelled assistance. I care about people greatly, I donate to charities and help out when I can. But noone, not a single person, deserves to rip the fruits of my labour from my hands simply by claiming "they need it" nor do I deserve to rip it from theirs.

By suggesting that such an action is morally just, you are essentially saying I can steal your money from you at any point, and it will be perfectly fine as long as I give it to someone who is worse off economically than you. You are saying you are no better than me when you buy a single luxury item over giving that money to give a man a meal.

You're the one on a fucking high-horse, I simply admit my property is mine.
#91 - anonymous (11/28/2013) [-]
I'm sorry that you are crying liberal tears, because you have failed in life, and think others should take care of you.
#64 - He did indeed. Did you see Paxman ripping into the Israel …  [+] (2 new replies) 11/28/2013 on *slow clap* +1
User avatar #73 - danmanjonesnz (11/28/2013) [-]
If you're talking about this video - www.youtube.com/watch?v=10pwtDETArc - I just watched it... he quietly mentioned the israeli nuke program which these days is a big no-no on mainstream media... other than that he basically let the guy spout the usual lies without challenging much or any of it. I hardly think it was ripping into him but little steps are all good.
#74 - captainreposty (11/28/2013) [-]
Yeah, watched it live the other day.
I was thinking all the way through, "Is Paxs going to mention Palestine? Is he going to bring up the White Phosphorous incident of 2007?"
It was funny how the Israeli was instantly silenced when Pax brought up, albeit very momentarily Israel's nuclear program.
Obviously with the Rothschild's son-in-law being the new head of the Beebs there is going to be very little coverage of the war-crimes Israel is committing, but it was good to see Paxman mention it.

You're right, all these little steps are good. I can't wait for Israel to be ousted as a totalitarian regime.
#63 - And I could definitely tell you that you're wrong. …  [+] (8 new replies) 11/28/2013 on *slow clap* -1
User avatar #75 - PubLandlord (11/28/2013) [-]
Look the tax rates are set by the British Government.

www.kpmg.com/global/en/services/tax/tax-tools-and-resources/pages/individual-income-tax-rates-table.aspx

We have very high tax rate one of the biggest in the world. When a company pays your wage the tax is automatically credited to HMRC. Instead of looking at the wages in monetary terms think about it as a take home wage.

Lets take a company like KPMG, who employ accountants worldwide. For every accountant worldwide after tax they all want to be paid £50,000.

Looking very basically ( exc tax bands personal allowence) in America the rate is 35% so for the accountant to have their take home wage of 50,000 they would need to be paid 76,923 by KPMG

In the UK taking a rate of 45% means the accountant whose take home wage needs to be 50,000 would need to be paid 90,000

Companies are the ones who pay the amount to the government, every single employee a corporation has in the UK costs them so much more than in other countries, you are not the one paying your income tax, the company employing you is.

essentially having higher tax rates affects businesses more as they are the ones who ultimately pay more,


#107 - captainreposty (11/29/2013) [-]
I'm guessing you're the type of guy who agrees with good ol' Boris Johnson?
User avatar #108 - PubLandlord (11/29/2013) [-]
Partisan Hack : Someone who cares more about supporting a particular party or ideology than supporting what is morally right, or factually true.

Too many people think that they have to agree with everyone of "their" party's policies, and will attack or discredit another party's idea even if its a good one.

I agree with some conservative values, disagree with others, I like some liberal democrat ideas and dislike others.

I'm a business/finance/accounting student, the wrong type of people are interested politics, people who like to debate conservatives v lib dems v labour instead of focusing solely on the best course of action to take
#109 - captainreposty (11/29/2013) [-]
You study economics. No more needs to be said.

I actually study politics, history and philosophy at Manchester uni so we're obviously going to disagree on most things.

I am no partisan hack, I know partisan politics is part of a divide and conquer tactic of the upper class, and no this isn't a "conspiracy".

The wrong sorts of people do finance/accounting. You worship money as if it was an idle. I could go on all day about how studying economics is the most pointless thing in the world of academia, unless you want a really well paid but meaningless 9-5 job.

I also study IPE (International Political Economy) which incorporates both, and the general consensus is that economics is a failing subject: why couldn't it predict/prevent the 2007/8 financial crisis? (And I know there's no answer so please don't try and blag one).


But each to their own. In (capitalist) life you have two choices: 1. Work towards your own dream, or 2. work for someone else's dream.
It seems like you've opted for the latter.

User avatar #110 - PubLandlord (11/29/2013) [-]
Fuck you

Firstly I am not doing an economics degree

I responded to your initial point showing how although companies do use tax avoidance your point of them paying "little if any tax" was wrong

I wasn't talking about a class divide when it came to partisan hackery, I was saying how I am not affiliated to any one party. I won't blindly argue that every labour policy is right and how conservatives only want to help the rich, that's just naive

You know there's no answer ... well yeah actually people did predict it, and know exactly how and why it happened, and what needs to be done to stop this sort of thing in the forseeable future.



Hmm so yeah my dream of setting up my own business, which I am already doing , using the knowledge from my business degree is me working for someone else ... moron.

You know nothing about finance and accounting because you think that they somehow mean economics ...

My point is that as a taxpayer why would I want some who studied history and philosophy making decisions on tax, the budget, how to reduce the defecit, investment in small businesses.

Although you might mean well you have no skills in those areas.





#112 - captainreposty (11/29/2013) [-]
Also, how are you ignorant of the fact that all of our decisions available to us came from philosophical enlightenment?
We wouldn't even have the computer if it wasn't for those great men in the past declaring that we are all equal and that we all have rights, and more importantly that we are all free.
"Economics" is about way more than simple accounting and financing, it's now about the morals of business. Deregulation on the financial sector as proven time and time again to fail for 90% of the world's population (if not more).

You would fit into the "American" school of IPE which doesn't want to question the way things work, or when it does, tries to fix them within the existing parameters.

Taxation is an ethical business more than financial: it's asking "Why do we tax these people, what will we achieve by taxing them, and what should we use their tax money for and why?"

Clearly you're unaware of the amount of missing tax there is in the country due to the elites swindling us. You're probably unaware of how much we spend on funding Israel's terrorist occupation of Palestine. More to the point you probably don't even care.
#111 - captainreposty (11/29/2013) [-]
The reality is that we lose £1bn a year on all benefit fraud combined, and £25bn on tax avoidance and evasion by big companies and the super rich, which, obviously is seldom reported.

You know nothing about tax, as indicated by the fact you thought that funding the Monarchy was a positive.
User avatar #114 - PubLandlord (11/29/2013) [-]
I know nothing about tax yet have passed my tax exams
Philosophical enlightenment, kind of clutching at straws there

Taxation isn't a business, taxation isn't about what we should spend the money on, you are stating that as if it's a fact.

I'm guessing you're a first year, which is cute that you think that anything you have written even constitutes an argument.

My favourite line is where you think that the knowledge of the funding of the monarchy defines my knowlege of the British tax system. Yeah even funnier when I actually managed to get an internship with HMRC.

FYI - Monarchy costs around 30,000,000 a year, and from their estate pays the government around 37,000,000 a year, not to mention the amount of tourism they also bring in.

Future reference champ , try and stay on topic and actually learn something before you start saying it .

Masters in finance and Accounting - St Andrews University
(ranked higher than yours )
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User avatar #213 - certifiedidiot (11/27/2013) [-]
I'm far from a fan of fox, but they do have facts from time to time, but they have a high bias, same goes for msnbc.

CNN completely lost me with the sensationalism around the boston bombing but the recent interview one of their hosts did with Ted Cruz was beyond delightful, seeing that asshole squirm on TV because he was asked a hard question, although he just slithered away, he's a master at bullshit.

I'm thinking of sticking with BBC for news, not sure yet though.
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you'll kill us all you fool!!
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#1 - anonymous (04/30/2013) [-]
I love how you think you're above and morally superior to what seems to be most of the world when any really moral person would find you and your views disgusting.
#2 to #1 - captainreposty (05/01/2013) [-]
You could have signed in.
But I bet you're as spineless as the next Jew. Yes I am indeed morally superior to all those who negate responsibility to a "higher being", and I've never lent anyone money and then asked them for "interest", because that is simply the dirtiest way of making money.
I don't know who you are, nor do I care who you are. All I know is, that 4 Jewish families control the Federal Reserve, and all American taxes go not to the American government, but to the privately owned Federal Reserve (something unconstitutional).
User avatar #5 to #2 - alfjnn (05/04/2013) [-]
>Rothschild
>Jewish.
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#4 to #2 - spineless (05/01/2013) [-]
No, I am as spineless as the next Jew!
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