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#116 - Every game is outdated by launch, except things like CoD which…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/09/2016 on kickstarter 0
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#118 - malacrianza (07/09/2016) [-]
I don't think that being in development hell really counts as "development time".
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#119 - carlonord (07/09/2016) [-]
It's just the chart I've got, but ya true.
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#117 - carlonord (07/09/2016) [-]
Also, this chart assumes development started in 2011, which it didn't. CIG spent almost a year just building the company after kickstarter, so most of 2012 doesn't count.

Plus, CIG confirmed themselves that everything that was shown in the original kickstarter were just models that they didn't even have, or were totally unfit for the game.
#26 - Hug not Fug  [+] (5 new replies) 07/09/2016 on Anon plays Lily's route in... +6
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#27 - nickelakon (07/09/2016) [-]
Hug AND fug
#30 - vmjsenpai (07/09/2016) [-]
Hug and consensual fug
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#32 - thegamepixel (07/09/2016) [-]
sauce?
#34 - vmjsenpai (07/09/2016) [-]
#31 - nickelakon (07/09/2016) [-]
#119 - what is dis from vore?  [+] (1 new reply) 07/09/2016 on Erma: the pet. 0
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#120 - vorarephilia (07/09/2016) [-]
I only like literally little girls.

not little by age, but by size.

swallowable.
#24 - fazbear is for hug not fug.  [+] (8 new replies) 07/09/2016 on Anon plays Lily's route in... +6
#33 - fazbear (07/09/2016) [-]
Listen to this man, okay, he's 100% right.
I don't wanna send anyone to prison.
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#25 - nickelakon (07/09/2016) [-]
Rules are made to be broken
#26 - carlonord (07/09/2016) [-]
Hug not Fug
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#27 - nickelakon (07/09/2016) [-]
Hug AND fug
#30 - vmjsenpai (07/09/2016) [-]
Hug and consensual fug
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#32 - thegamepixel (07/09/2016) [-]
sauce?
#34 - vmjsenpai (07/09/2016) [-]
#31 - nickelakon (07/09/2016) [-]
#22 - She's underage.  [+] (11 new replies) 07/09/2016 on Anon plays Lily's route in... +9
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#47 - drastronomy (07/09/2016) [-]
If her age is on the clock she's ready for the cock
I am 18.
#23 - nickelakon (07/09/2016) [-]
That hasnt stopped me before
#24 - carlonord (07/09/2016) [-]
fazbear is for hug not fug.
#33 - fazbear (07/09/2016) [-]
Listen to this man, okay, he's 100% right.
I don't wanna send anyone to prison.
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#25 - nickelakon (07/09/2016) [-]
Rules are made to be broken
#26 - carlonord (07/09/2016) [-]
Hug not Fug
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#27 - nickelakon (07/09/2016) [-]
Hug AND fug
#30 - vmjsenpai (07/09/2016) [-]
Hug and consensual fug
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#32 - thegamepixel (07/09/2016) [-]
sauce?
#34 - vmjsenpai (07/09/2016) [-]
#31 - nickelakon (07/09/2016) [-]
#105 - Ya, I'll give ya a thumb for that, makes sense. I just find th…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/09/2016 on This nigga gets it +1
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#265 - aingoia (07/10/2016) [-]
Yeah stereotypes do have a statistical weight attached to them. Could your stereotypes fit into a subset of multiple indian stereotypes, though? The ones I met were from a very prestigious college. My stereotypes were smoke a lot and work hard and be brilliant people. Some indians were ABCD's and tried to be black. Some where cultural and would dance. I imagine someone else's stereotypes of Indians would be quaint sociable americans hanging out with there bros. Stereotypes are tools, but they can be immensely complex.
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#266 - carlonord (07/10/2016) [-]
Mhm, multiple stereotypes can exist within the same group. For instance, you expect a white stoner to be a just your average pothead right? Wears hoodies and beanies, and has a thing for bob marley colours. A black stoner however, the image that comes to mind is a guy with dreads, your average Jamaican stereotype at least in my mind.

As I said previously, a stereotype is only good as a framework guideline, but fails to stand up to the individual. Like, I'm white and from a small bush town, so are most of the people here. What do white people in a small town do and like? Hunting and country music, which in my town is almost a perfect representation of the stereotype. But despite that, getting to know the people on a personal level, and most of them will deviate, but in the end the majority will fit the stereotype relatively closely.
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#267 - aingoia (07/10/2016) [-]
I respect that, but I'm also clarifyng that there are multiple stereotypes that you can apply to a culture, is all. Good argument though
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#268 - carlonord (07/10/2016) [-]
Oh well ya, thanks for the clarification, I hope you understood what I was getting at, cause rereading what I wrote now, and it looks like I'm going in mental circles.
#81 - Was gunna say that you're wrong and that I've never seen someo…  [+] (6 new replies) 07/09/2016 on This nigga gets it -1
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#85 - aingoia (07/09/2016) [-]
For what it is worth, I imagine social behavior is much like gravity: mass attracts mass and clumps together, and social ideas do the same. So negative stereotypes towards black/muslim/women finds a home here, people see it, perpetuate it into their daily lives and therefore find more content to bring here. It's mob mentality.

The real kicker here is that the stereotypes we generate aren't necessarily developed by hard statistics, but sensationalism and this gravitational behavior. You aren't seeing black/muslim/women culture, you are seeing what people think you will want to view of black/muslim/women culture.
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#105 - carlonord (07/09/2016) [-]
Ya, I'll give ya a thumb for that, makes sense. I just find that most stereotypes I find have some truth to them, even if its just a bit. As bad as its sounds, I tend to find that the Indians I've met in my lifetime tend to smell like spicy food and excrement, and I'm not even joking about that.
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#265 - aingoia (07/10/2016) [-]
Yeah stereotypes do have a statistical weight attached to them. Could your stereotypes fit into a subset of multiple indian stereotypes, though? The ones I met were from a very prestigious college. My stereotypes were smoke a lot and work hard and be brilliant people. Some indians were ABCD's and tried to be black. Some where cultural and would dance. I imagine someone else's stereotypes of Indians would be quaint sociable americans hanging out with there bros. Stereotypes are tools, but they can be immensely complex.
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#266 - carlonord (07/10/2016) [-]
Mhm, multiple stereotypes can exist within the same group. For instance, you expect a white stoner to be a just your average pothead right? Wears hoodies and beanies, and has a thing for bob marley colours. A black stoner however, the image that comes to mind is a guy with dreads, your average Jamaican stereotype at least in my mind.

As I said previously, a stereotype is only good as a framework guideline, but fails to stand up to the individual. Like, I'm white and from a small bush town, so are most of the people here. What do white people in a small town do and like? Hunting and country music, which in my town is almost a perfect representation of the stereotype. But despite that, getting to know the people on a personal level, and most of them will deviate, but in the end the majority will fit the stereotype relatively closely.
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#267 - aingoia (07/10/2016) [-]
I respect that, but I'm also clarifyng that there are multiple stereotypes that you can apply to a culture, is all. Good argument though
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#268 - carlonord (07/10/2016) [-]
Oh well ya, thanks for the clarification, I hope you understood what I was getting at, cause rereading what I wrote now, and it looks like I'm going in mental circles.
#45 - Can someone edit it so its makes the airhorn sound please? 07/09/2016 on Flying witch 0
#71 - No, not that, I wanted his opinion on the state of the site. I…  [+] (11 new replies) 07/09/2016 on This nigga gets it +12
#72 - ismellgood (07/09/2016) [-]
Well im black too if you want just any black persons opinion. Honestly on sites such as funnyjunk or 4chan if your black your opinion doesent mean shit and people will usually just thumb you down or ignore you cause of it. I usually its better not to mention that im black unless something really grinds my gears. Ive kinda gotten used to it i guess. The state of the site really doesent bug me as i also think the BLM shit is retarded and all that but one think that sucks is that it gets to the point where people are/will generalize that as what all black people are. Then everything just turns into a shitfest aobut "well i hate niggers theyre useless"
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#230 - commontroll (07/09/2016) [-]
I know people say nobody's opinion matters here, but I'm inclined to agree with you honestly. Especially non-front page cesspools.
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#125 - ShoMinimamoto (07/09/2016) [-]
"if you're black you're opinions don't matter" Since when did anyones opinion matter? Barring totallytito for whatever fucking reason
#84 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
doesn't matter what your skin colour is
no one's opinions matter here
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#81 - carlonord (07/09/2016) [-]
Was gunna say that you're wrong and that I've never seen someone shit on another due to a change of race though I've seen it happen to muslims that go on this site, which I'm still not sure where I stand because I hate Islam, but don't agree with mindlessly berating people but if you're saying it, I suppose it must happen at least sometimes, in which case I'm sorry to hear that. I know the site has a large amount of users that go around doing that sort of thing, and I honestly couldn't tell you if it was a joke or not.

About that generalization thing though, its a bit funny, as its a base human trait whether you want to admit it or not. People will generalize people that fit into a category in order to figure out how they need to behave or which actions to take, this is why you get nervous when a smelly guy with a giant scraggly beard and shades walks by. A lot of the generalizations going around today can be thrown out the window, all men are not rapists, not all women are harpies who live to take money. That said, stereotypes exist for a reason, no? But I'm not gunna get into that, as I'm pretty sure you know what I'd say, the whole statistical trend spiel which only really helps make assumptions about large groups of people, like how Germans seem to have a furry fetish for some reason, but you wouldn't assume most Germans are furries.

I get the feeling that people who act that way to you are doing so in response to what's going on in the world, which is something no one is not affected by right now. I'm talking about the special treatment minorities get in the west at this point in time, which baffles me, because I thought the west was about equality right? Lemme explain a little bit, FJ is full of whites for the most part right? Well right now, we're getting shit on. Even me, a guy who lives in a small town in Canada, has been told that I can't experience racism because I'm white and privileged, this was said to my face by multiple people now. I was targeted in Toronto by a group of muslims for god knows what reason. This got me threatened on multiple occasions, with people comign to my door threatening to knock my teeth out, and eventually I got kicked out of my dorm, the faculty basically told me that they believed the muslims when I told them that I had not done anything because they're a minority and I'm white, no joke, they even had video evidence that proved me innocent and them at fault. But they told me I must have done something that justified them attacking me. -_-

What I'm trying to say is, I figure the hate you get might be related to that, otherwise I'd write it off as people being idiots, or people using the idea that nigger is not black and black is not nigger, and I'm sorry for it. People can't look at others as straight generalizations, I do think that they can help profile people and groups (Migrants in Europe), but are by no means a book on the individual.

And thanks for your opinion, not often I get to hear something different that the repeated story of how FJ hivemind is perfect.
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#85 - aingoia (07/09/2016) [-]
For what it is worth, I imagine social behavior is much like gravity: mass attracts mass and clumps together, and social ideas do the same. So negative stereotypes towards black/muslim/women finds a home here, people see it, perpetuate it into their daily lives and therefore find more content to bring here. It's mob mentality.

The real kicker here is that the stereotypes we generate aren't necessarily developed by hard statistics, but sensationalism and this gravitational behavior. You aren't seeing black/muslim/women culture, you are seeing what people think you will want to view of black/muslim/women culture.
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#105 - carlonord (07/09/2016) [-]
Ya, I'll give ya a thumb for that, makes sense. I just find that most stereotypes I find have some truth to them, even if its just a bit. As bad as its sounds, I tend to find that the Indians I've met in my lifetime tend to smell like spicy food and excrement, and I'm not even joking about that.
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#265 - aingoia (07/10/2016) [-]
Yeah stereotypes do have a statistical weight attached to them. Could your stereotypes fit into a subset of multiple indian stereotypes, though? The ones I met were from a very prestigious college. My stereotypes were smoke a lot and work hard and be brilliant people. Some indians were ABCD's and tried to be black. Some where cultural and would dance. I imagine someone else's stereotypes of Indians would be quaint sociable americans hanging out with there bros. Stereotypes are tools, but they can be immensely complex.
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#266 - carlonord (07/10/2016) [-]
Mhm, multiple stereotypes can exist within the same group. For instance, you expect a white stoner to be a just your average pothead right? Wears hoodies and beanies, and has a thing for bob marley colours. A black stoner however, the image that comes to mind is a guy with dreads, your average Jamaican stereotype at least in my mind.

As I said previously, a stereotype is only good as a framework guideline, but fails to stand up to the individual. Like, I'm white and from a small bush town, so are most of the people here. What do white people in a small town do and like? Hunting and country music, which in my town is almost a perfect representation of the stereotype. But despite that, getting to know the people on a personal level, and most of them will deviate, but in the end the majority will fit the stereotype relatively closely.
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#267 - aingoia (07/10/2016) [-]
I respect that, but I'm also clarifyng that there are multiple stereotypes that you can apply to a culture, is all. Good argument though
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#268 - carlonord (07/10/2016) [-]
Oh well ya, thanks for the clarification, I hope you understood what I was getting at, cause rereading what I wrote now, and it looks like I'm going in mental circles.
#62 - May I ask, why are you here? Like, given how BLM is vilified h…  [+] (13 new replies) 07/09/2016 on This nigga gets it 0
#69 - ismellgood (07/09/2016) [-]
what you mean like why are black people on funnyjunk for?
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#71 - carlonord (07/09/2016) [-]
No, not that, I wanted his opinion on the state of the site. I wanted to know if it bugged him, if he agreed with things, what he disliked, ya know what I mean.

Black people are on FJ for the same reason as Whites, Mexicans, Asians, Middle-Easterners, and Americans, a mutual friendship formed from self loathing, poor social skills and/or a hentai fetish.
#72 - ismellgood (07/09/2016) [-]
Well im black too if you want just any black persons opinion. Honestly on sites such as funnyjunk or 4chan if your black your opinion doesent mean shit and people will usually just thumb you down or ignore you cause of it. I usually its better not to mention that im black unless something really grinds my gears. Ive kinda gotten used to it i guess. The state of the site really doesent bug me as i also think the BLM shit is retarded and all that but one think that sucks is that it gets to the point where people are/will generalize that as what all black people are. Then everything just turns into a shitfest aobut "well i hate niggers theyre useless"
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#230 - commontroll (07/09/2016) [-]
I know people say nobody's opinion matters here, but I'm inclined to agree with you honestly. Especially non-front page cesspools.
User avatar
#125 - ShoMinimamoto (07/09/2016) [-]
"if you're black you're opinions don't matter" Since when did anyones opinion matter? Barring totallytito for whatever fucking reason
#84 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
doesn't matter what your skin colour is
no one's opinions matter here
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#81 - carlonord (07/09/2016) [-]
Was gunna say that you're wrong and that I've never seen someone shit on another due to a change of race though I've seen it happen to muslims that go on this site, which I'm still not sure where I stand because I hate Islam, but don't agree with mindlessly berating people but if you're saying it, I suppose it must happen at least sometimes, in which case I'm sorry to hear that. I know the site has a large amount of users that go around doing that sort of thing, and I honestly couldn't tell you if it was a joke or not.

About that generalization thing though, its a bit funny, as its a base human trait whether you want to admit it or not. People will generalize people that fit into a category in order to figure out how they need to behave or which actions to take, this is why you get nervous when a smelly guy with a giant scraggly beard and shades walks by. A lot of the generalizations going around today can be thrown out the window, all men are not rapists, not all women are harpies who live to take money. That said, stereotypes exist for a reason, no? But I'm not gunna get into that, as I'm pretty sure you know what I'd say, the whole statistical trend spiel which only really helps make assumptions about large groups of people, like how Germans seem to have a furry fetish for some reason, but you wouldn't assume most Germans are furries.

I get the feeling that people who act that way to you are doing so in response to what's going on in the world, which is something no one is not affected by right now. I'm talking about the special treatment minorities get in the west at this point in time, which baffles me, because I thought the west was about equality right? Lemme explain a little bit, FJ is full of whites for the most part right? Well right now, we're getting shit on. Even me, a guy who lives in a small town in Canada, has been told that I can't experience racism because I'm white and privileged, this was said to my face by multiple people now. I was targeted in Toronto by a group of muslims for god knows what reason. This got me threatened on multiple occasions, with people comign to my door threatening to knock my teeth out, and eventually I got kicked out of my dorm, the faculty basically told me that they believed the muslims when I told them that I had not done anything because they're a minority and I'm white, no joke, they even had video evidence that proved me innocent and them at fault. But they told me I must have done something that justified them attacking me. -_-

What I'm trying to say is, I figure the hate you get might be related to that, otherwise I'd write it off as people being idiots, or people using the idea that nigger is not black and black is not nigger, and I'm sorry for it. People can't look at others as straight generalizations, I do think that they can help profile people and groups (Migrants in Europe), but are by no means a book on the individual.

And thanks for your opinion, not often I get to hear something different that the repeated story of how FJ hivemind is perfect.
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#85 - aingoia (07/09/2016) [-]
For what it is worth, I imagine social behavior is much like gravity: mass attracts mass and clumps together, and social ideas do the same. So negative stereotypes towards black/muslim/women finds a home here, people see it, perpetuate it into their daily lives and therefore find more content to bring here. It's mob mentality.

The real kicker here is that the stereotypes we generate aren't necessarily developed by hard statistics, but sensationalism and this gravitational behavior. You aren't seeing black/muslim/women culture, you are seeing what people think you will want to view of black/muslim/women culture.
User avatar
#105 - carlonord (07/09/2016) [-]
Ya, I'll give ya a thumb for that, makes sense. I just find that most stereotypes I find have some truth to them, even if its just a bit. As bad as its sounds, I tend to find that the Indians I've met in my lifetime tend to smell like spicy food and excrement, and I'm not even joking about that.
User avatar
#265 - aingoia (07/10/2016) [-]
Yeah stereotypes do have a statistical weight attached to them. Could your stereotypes fit into a subset of multiple indian stereotypes, though? The ones I met were from a very prestigious college. My stereotypes were smoke a lot and work hard and be brilliant people. Some indians were ABCD's and tried to be black. Some where cultural and would dance. I imagine someone else's stereotypes of Indians would be quaint sociable americans hanging out with there bros. Stereotypes are tools, but they can be immensely complex.
User avatar
#266 - carlonord (07/10/2016) [-]
Mhm, multiple stereotypes can exist within the same group. For instance, you expect a white stoner to be a just your average pothead right? Wears hoodies and beanies, and has a thing for bob marley colours. A black stoner however, the image that comes to mind is a guy with dreads, your average Jamaican stereotype at least in my mind.

As I said previously, a stereotype is only good as a framework guideline, but fails to stand up to the individual. Like, I'm white and from a small bush town, so are most of the people here. What do white people in a small town do and like? Hunting and country music, which in my town is almost a perfect representation of the stereotype. But despite that, getting to know the people on a personal level, and most of them will deviate, but in the end the majority will fit the stereotype relatively closely.
User avatar
#267 - aingoia (07/10/2016) [-]
I respect that, but I'm also clarifyng that there are multiple stereotypes that you can apply to a culture, is all. Good argument though
User avatar
#268 - carlonord (07/10/2016) [-]
Oh well ya, thanks for the clarification, I hope you understood what I was getting at, cause rereading what I wrote now, and it looks like I'm going in mental circles.