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#221 - Ha Ha! America thinks its free! 06/03/2013 on Acknowledge the Difference +1
#37 - So? The game was fun to play. I don't give a **** …  [+] (4 new replies) 06/02/2013 on GTA San Andreas and GTA 5... -30
#45 - fukyouto (06/02/2013) [-]
you must be some kind of virgin weirdo freak-fuck
User avatar #42 - misterklass (06/02/2013) [-]
The fact that you have to state that you're not a virgin when that has nothing to do with anything in this context makes me believe you probably are a virgin.
#39 - anonymous (06/02/2013) [-]
It didnt say either one was better, it didnt even mention anything about the gameplay... Nobody's trashing SA.
#38 - anonymous (06/02/2013) [-]
Calm down man, it's just a comparison. Ya know, to show how far graphics and game technology in general has come in the past decade?
#38 - I know you're joking (hopefully), but democrats couldn't reall… 06/02/2013 on And every 4 years its 366 days +2
#36 - Well, I can tell you that you didn't make it on your own, and …  [+] (3 new replies) 06/02/2013 on And every 4 years its 366 days -4
#199 - anonymous (06/02/2013) [-]
Of course we didn't make it on our own. We had help from Prussia and France. But also consider that when the United States was a fledgling nation, many of the governments in Europe were hoping for the "American Experiment" (I believe it was called) to fail, too.

And that's an interesting thing about the Founding Fathers, because it's facetious to compare two different time periods of the U.S. with hundreds of years between. Sure, Washington is probably rolling in his grave because we kind of fucked up the whole "entangling alliances" thing, but at the same time, people of African descent were viewed as property. So don't point to an apple and then to an orange and then say they are the same thing. Because they're not.

Like any government or political philosophy, the American ideals are good in nature; sometimes they just don't play out the way they were intended or as soon as they were intended. It doesn't mean those ideals are bad, just that people need work.
#271 - anonymous (06/03/2013) [-]
anon why you no really live in muric
#109 - anonymous (06/02/2013) [-]
Sound like some commie butthurt.
#36 - I agree, he was a legend, but then again he was drink driving.…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/02/2013 on Jeremy Clarkson +3
#57 - nunuman (06/02/2013) [-]
Agreed, almost any other "death scenario" is more acceptable...
#357 - *In America. (America =/= everywhere else). 06/02/2013 on Countries 0
#100 - I know, and mostly agree. Anyone with access to facebook t… 05/30/2013 on Things I Never Learned in... 0
#58 - Maybe? Did you know that bees are part of the animal kingd… 05/30/2013 on The Best News Bloopers of... +1
#176 - Negative liberty: the natural state of freedom, the freedom to… 05/30/2013 on How we see each other -1
#55 - Melinda Brown Dunkin... I bet she'd do a better jog of running…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/30/2013 on The Best News Bloopers of... 0
#57 - valorking (05/30/2013) [-]
Was she stung by bees in the face?
#58 - captainreposty (05/30/2013) [-]
Maybe?
Did you know that bees are part of the animal kingdom?



....They're also incredibly sexist.
#122 - Make-up under her eye, like tip-ex or some **** ? 05/29/2013 on Wow. 0
#214 - You had such a good closing point... until you continued after… 05/29/2013 on Rape 0
#67 - But wasn't she crying because you killed her parents...? 05/28/2013 on awkward contacts -1
#192 - The problem is clearly that some people can't handle the distu… 05/28/2013 on Rape +1
#191 - I haven't studied religions and I can tell you that... Wha…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/28/2013 on Rape 0
User avatar #193 - jasonthedragon (05/28/2013) [-]
ehm.... you know the difference between the stuy of religion and theology, do you? because if you don't: fuck you then.
#202 - anonymous (05/29/2013) [-]
Both are wastes of time to study and you're an idiot for choosing to study either. People take comparative religion and shit as a class, not a major, because it's a fucking stupid and easy class. Everyone knows this. Shit, I plan on taking it next spring semester which will be my last in college because it's an easy A. Your major is a joke.
#297 - Ah, I got the reference, but I couldn't see where you were imp… 05/28/2013 on You can prevent this 0
#158 - I don't think you know what "freedom" is. In either …  [+] (2 new replies) 05/28/2013 on How we see each other -1
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#176 - captainreposty (05/30/2013) [-]
Negative liberty: the natural state of freedom, the freedom to do whatever you want when you want, "because fuck you, I'm a free American". Or as Locke famously put it; Life. Liberty. Property.
- Negative liberty means freedom from the state, so the State won't help out others, those in poverty, those with health issues, because fuck you, we need our "individual liberty". The State would not exist in this sense. People would have to fend for themselves, and those who are stronger (either financially or literally) gain all the power.

Positive liberty: freedom comes from within, and it is a controllable thing. It isn't a "natural" right to be able to do whatever you want. Freedom is freedom from dependence on others.
- Positive liberty means that the State exists, and exists for good reasons. The best example would be what Rousseau professed, and Rousseau's work was heavily influential on the greatest US President: Jefferson.
What positive liberty curtails; freedom to do whatever you want, property is only that which the first occupier claims is his, etc.; it provides so much more.
But everyone has to be equal under positive liberty, hence why it is regarded as true freedom. It means everyone, because we have evolved socially and literally, works together for a common purpose, hence no one owns any property, because it is already owned by everyone, if that makes sense (if it does, then you understand these two notions).

These are very, very basic explanations, and I'm probably missing some points, but whats to point in continuing until I've estalished that you've got the gist.

Basically, Negative-liberty is open to dominance, on account that if you don't work for another person (unless you're an agricultural farmer/hunter), you are going to die. This dependence removes all liberty and equality.

Positive liberty = freedom from within, the freedom to make rational choices because they are your own choice, not a forced choice.
#18 - YFW America's capitalist ideology only works if there are a la… 05/28/2013 on Black People 0
#29 - Fun fact: Romans actually used dogs more than geese. Serio… 05/28/2013 on There is no God -1
#179 - What...? All I know is that the Xbox One is a small s…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/28/2013 on You can prevent this 0
User avatar #291 - xDarkness (05/28/2013) [-]
Alrighty, so i was calling Microsoft "Big Microbrother" in order to compare them to Big Brother, the supposed leader of the main oppressive nation in 1984. In 1984 the Thought Police will capture, brainwash, and eventually kill anyone who tries to resist any of Big Brother's policies. I was trying to say that Big Microbrother uses their Sony Thought Police to capture and kill anyone who thinks of purchasing a ps4 instead of an xbox one.
#297 - captainreposty (05/28/2013) [-]
Ah, I got the reference, but I couldn't see where you were implementing the Sony bit.
Fair play.
Anyone who willing buys this piece of crap deserves to have their liberty taken away from them. Well, maybe they need to be informed properly first.
It should be a law that every company has to explicitly set out its intentions, such as allowing companies to spy on their consumers.
#139 - To me, there is nothing worse than the illusion of freedom, wh…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/28/2013 on How we see each other -2
#149 - downtoabsolutezero has deleted their comment.
#158 - captainreposty (05/28/2013) [-]
I don't think you know what "freedom" is. In either of it's definitions.
#169 - downtoabsolutezero has deleted their comment.
#176 - captainreposty (05/30/2013) [-]
Negative liberty: the natural state of freedom, the freedom to do whatever you want when you want, "because fuck you, I'm a free American". Or as Locke famously put it; Life. Liberty. Property.
- Negative liberty means freedom from the state, so the State won't help out others, those in poverty, those with health issues, because fuck you, we need our "individual liberty". The State would not exist in this sense. People would have to fend for themselves, and those who are stronger (either financially or literally) gain all the power.

Positive liberty: freedom comes from within, and it is a controllable thing. It isn't a "natural" right to be able to do whatever you want. Freedom is freedom from dependence on others.
- Positive liberty means that the State exists, and exists for good reasons. The best example would be what Rousseau professed, and Rousseau's work was heavily influential on the greatest US President: Jefferson.
What positive liberty curtails; freedom to do whatever you want, property is only that which the first occupier claims is his, etc.; it provides so much more.
But everyone has to be equal under positive liberty, hence why it is regarded as true freedom. It means everyone, because we have evolved socially and literally, works together for a common purpose, hence no one owns any property, because it is already owned by everyone, if that makes sense (if it does, then you understand these two notions).

These are very, very basic explanations, and I'm probably missing some points, but whats to point in continuing until I've estalished that you've got the gist.

Basically, Negative-liberty is open to dominance, on account that if you don't work for another person (unless you're an agricultural farmer/hunter), you are going to die. This dependence removes all liberty and equality.

Positive liberty = freedom from within, the freedom to make rational choices because they are your own choice, not a forced choice.
#111 - Well then they're not religions. They're particular wills impo…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/28/2013 on Rape -2
#192 - captainreposty (05/28/2013) [-]
The problem is clearly that some people can't handle the disturbing truth.
And I guess that why religion will continue to prevail, especially in America and Middle-East, where any notion of change makes those in charge shit themselves all up the wall.
#96 - Your're beyond retarded! If people don't spread the knowle… 05/28/2013 on You can prevent this -2
#94 - Sony thought police?  [+] (4 new replies) 05/28/2013 on You can prevent this 0
User avatar #99 - xDarkness (05/28/2013) [-]
Any thoughts of purchasing a ps4 will result in you being taken to the ministry of "fun"
#179 - captainreposty (05/28/2013) [-]
What...?

All I know is that the Xbox One is a small step towards 1984.
User avatar #291 - xDarkness (05/28/2013) [-]
Alrighty, so i was calling Microsoft "Big Microbrother" in order to compare them to Big Brother, the supposed leader of the main oppressive nation in 1984. In 1984 the Thought Police will capture, brainwash, and eventually kill anyone who tries to resist any of Big Brother's policies. I was trying to say that Big Microbrother uses their Sony Thought Police to capture and kill anyone who thinks of purchasing a ps4 instead of an xbox one.
#297 - captainreposty (05/28/2013) [-]
Ah, I got the reference, but I couldn't see where you were implementing the Sony bit.
Fair play.
Anyone who willing buys this piece of crap deserves to have their liberty taken away from them. Well, maybe they need to be informed properly first.
It should be a law that every company has to explicitly set out its intentions, such as allowing companies to spy on their consumers.
#78 - Because we've been there... We've seen the atrocities, and…  [+] (6 new replies) 05/28/2013 on How we see each other -2
#93 - downtoabsolutezero has deleted their comment.
#139 - captainreposty (05/28/2013) [-]
To me, there is nothing worse than the illusion of freedom, which America suffers more than any nation has in world history.
#149 - downtoabsolutezero has deleted their comment.
#158 - captainreposty (05/28/2013) [-]
I don't think you know what "freedom" is. In either of it's definitions.
#169 - downtoabsolutezero has deleted their comment.
#176 - captainreposty (05/30/2013) [-]
Negative liberty: the natural state of freedom, the freedom to do whatever you want when you want, "because fuck you, I'm a free American". Or as Locke famously put it; Life. Liberty. Property.
- Negative liberty means freedom from the state, so the State won't help out others, those in poverty, those with health issues, because fuck you, we need our "individual liberty". The State would not exist in this sense. People would have to fend for themselves, and those who are stronger (either financially or literally) gain all the power.

Positive liberty: freedom comes from within, and it is a controllable thing. It isn't a "natural" right to be able to do whatever you want. Freedom is freedom from dependence on others.
- Positive liberty means that the State exists, and exists for good reasons. The best example would be what Rousseau professed, and Rousseau's work was heavily influential on the greatest US President: Jefferson.
What positive liberty curtails; freedom to do whatever you want, property is only that which the first occupier claims is his, etc.; it provides so much more.
But everyone has to be equal under positive liberty, hence why it is regarded as true freedom. It means everyone, because we have evolved socially and literally, works together for a common purpose, hence no one owns any property, because it is already owned by everyone, if that makes sense (if it does, then you understand these two notions).

These are very, very basic explanations, and I'm probably missing some points, but whats to point in continuing until I've estalished that you've got the gist.

Basically, Negative-liberty is open to dominance, on account that if you don't work for another person (unless you're an agricultural farmer/hunter), you are going to die. This dependence removes all liberty and equality.

Positive liberty = freedom from within, the freedom to make rational choices because they are your own choice, not a forced choice.
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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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