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#12 - amazo. He was essentially the android version of doctor manhattan. 2 hours ago on Sad Injustice Moment 0
#15 - that is correct. Churches dont collect for profit. They dont s…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/17/2014 on SHOTS FIRED! +4
User avatar #22 - gittons (09/17/2014) [-]
they must make a profit,
all those giant modern places of worship of all kinds of designs have to come from
somewhere and i just doubt that in this day and age that nobody is profiting from religion.
#35 - applescryatnight (09/17/2014) [-]
they dont make a profit because they survive on donations.
if priests were to have separate jobs, then they could be taxed.
however, being a priest is a full time job that makes $0 an hour.
all the money churches are getting comes from people who knowingly give them money, and those people already payed their taxes.

think of it this way, after you pay your taxes you have some leftover money that you spend on a charity. the charity takes your money and pays it to the government as part of their taxes, and therefore the money you are giving them isnt going to what you want to help. most people who donate to the church want it to go to missionary programs to africa or south america, or to the upkeep of the church (air conditioning during the summer, heating during the winter, electricity for lights, etc. the priest has no income so these have to be payed by donations too, and since a church is part of a community, people want to keep it in order.)

those megachurches you see on tv are for profit of course, but they still make their money off of donations, just a LOT more of them, and thus they splurge.
User avatar #28 - theruinedsage (09/17/2014) [-]
They don't make a profit
Because they give the profit away for charity
#89 - the last time yellowstone blew it caused a mini iceage. It bla… 09/17/2014 on A good father 0
#29 - the best interest of the child is sometimes given a backseat. …  [+] (3 new replies) 09/17/2014 on A good father 0
User avatar #34 - pronsourcerer (09/17/2014) [-]
I've seen plenty of cases online and in the news where children in abusive familys are kept with the parents because the "stated objective is to keep the family united".
#31 - pjers (09/17/2014) [-]
I'm so glad I'm not american, it's just like the more I know the more I feel like yellowstone can't go off soon enough, no offence.
It could be a fixed income thing, but that's what child support is for clarification; money from the government for children I can sort of understand a very young child, but over 5 children are just little humans with bad dress sense & coordination, easy fucking choice between some fucker I've never met before or the old people that give me cake.
User avatar #89 - carneymaster (09/17/2014) [-]
the last time yellowstone blew it caused a mini iceage. It blanked the globe in dust for i think they beleive 2 years? But the country isnt that bad for the most part. The only really bad parts make it to the news because tragedy sells. Talking about the other 85% that is good doesnt sell at all.
#26 - oh no, if you go and see your kid outside the time allowed the…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/17/2014 on A good father +1
#28 - pjers (09/17/2014) [-]
Man those must be some hateful breakups, and the kid handovers like the exchange bridge in Die Another Day.
Also seriously? that's not best interest of the child that is legislative dick measuring and I'm Farnsworthing.
User avatar #29 - carneymaster (09/17/2014) [-]
the best interest of the child is sometimes given a backseat. In florida they would rather put a child into foster care than let grandparents have custody unless under incredible circumstances. Even then it takes like 2-3 years.
User avatar #34 - pronsourcerer (09/17/2014) [-]
I've seen plenty of cases online and in the news where children in abusive familys are kept with the parents because the "stated objective is to keep the family united".
#31 - pjers (09/17/2014) [-]
I'm so glad I'm not american, it's just like the more I know the more I feel like yellowstone can't go off soon enough, no offence.
It could be a fixed income thing, but that's what child support is for clarification; money from the government for children I can sort of understand a very young child, but over 5 children are just little humans with bad dress sense & coordination, easy fucking choice between some fucker I've never met before or the old people that give me cake.
User avatar #89 - carneymaster (09/17/2014) [-]
the last time yellowstone blew it caused a mini iceage. It blanked the globe in dust for i think they beleive 2 years? But the country isnt that bad for the most part. The only really bad parts make it to the news because tragedy sells. Talking about the other 85% that is good doesnt sell at all.
#24 - thats a good point. there has to be more then. seeing his son …  [+] (7 new replies) 09/17/2014 on A good father +1
#25 - pjers (09/17/2014) [-]
don't particularly see how; if he's allowed to see him at all he's safe to see always. it could be awkward for the mother but that's not a legal issue more scheduling.
User avatar #26 - carneymaster (09/17/2014) [-]
oh no, if you go and see your kid outside the time allowed they go apeshit. I know a few fathers this has happend to.
#28 - pjers (09/17/2014) [-]
Man those must be some hateful breakups, and the kid handovers like the exchange bridge in Die Another Day.
Also seriously? that's not best interest of the child that is legislative dick measuring and I'm Farnsworthing.
User avatar #29 - carneymaster (09/17/2014) [-]
the best interest of the child is sometimes given a backseat. In florida they would rather put a child into foster care than let grandparents have custody unless under incredible circumstances. Even then it takes like 2-3 years.
User avatar #34 - pronsourcerer (09/17/2014) [-]
I've seen plenty of cases online and in the news where children in abusive familys are kept with the parents because the "stated objective is to keep the family united".
#31 - pjers (09/17/2014) [-]
I'm so glad I'm not american, it's just like the more I know the more I feel like yellowstone can't go off soon enough, no offence.
It could be a fixed income thing, but that's what child support is for clarification; money from the government for children I can sort of understand a very young child, but over 5 children are just little humans with bad dress sense & coordination, easy fucking choice between some fucker I've never met before or the old people that give me cake.
User avatar #89 - carneymaster (09/17/2014) [-]
the last time yellowstone blew it caused a mini iceage. It blanked the globe in dust for i think they beleive 2 years? But the country isnt that bad for the most part. The only really bad parts make it to the news because tragedy sells. Talking about the other 85% that is good doesnt sell at all.
#22 - Well the judge probably was a hard ass anyway.He just got shaf…  [+] (9 new replies) 09/17/2014 on A good father 0
#23 - pjers (09/17/2014) [-]
how do you even get 6 months for contempt? Here they hold you overnight &/or ban you from court. pic is my entirely stupid claim as to what the judge held to be contempt.
User avatar #24 - carneymaster (09/17/2014) [-]
thats a good point. there has to be more then. seeing his son outside the bounds of when he was supposed to see him is a big offense. DOC is insanely anal retentive.
#25 - pjers (09/17/2014) [-]
don't particularly see how; if he's allowed to see him at all he's safe to see always. it could be awkward for the mother but that's not a legal issue more scheduling.
User avatar #26 - carneymaster (09/17/2014) [-]
oh no, if you go and see your kid outside the time allowed they go apeshit. I know a few fathers this has happend to.
#28 - pjers (09/17/2014) [-]
Man those must be some hateful breakups, and the kid handovers like the exchange bridge in Die Another Day.
Also seriously? that's not best interest of the child that is legislative dick measuring and I'm Farnsworthing.
User avatar #29 - carneymaster (09/17/2014) [-]
the best interest of the child is sometimes given a backseat. In florida they would rather put a child into foster care than let grandparents have custody unless under incredible circumstances. Even then it takes like 2-3 years.
User avatar #34 - pronsourcerer (09/17/2014) [-]
I've seen plenty of cases online and in the news where children in abusive familys are kept with the parents because the "stated objective is to keep the family united".
#31 - pjers (09/17/2014) [-]
I'm so glad I'm not american, it's just like the more I know the more I feel like yellowstone can't go off soon enough, no offence.
It could be a fixed income thing, but that's what child support is for clarification; money from the government for children I can sort of understand a very young child, but over 5 children are just little humans with bad dress sense & coordination, easy fucking choice between some fucker I've never met before or the old people that give me cake.
User avatar #89 - carneymaster (09/17/2014) [-]
the last time yellowstone blew it caused a mini iceage. It blanked the globe in dust for i think they beleive 2 years? But the country isnt that bad for the most part. The only really bad parts make it to the news because tragedy sells. Talking about the other 85% that is good doesnt sell at all.
#20 - yeah but dont piss off the guy who can throw you in jail for j…  [+] (12 new replies) 09/17/2014 on A good father 0
#36 - ruffntuff (09/17/2014) [-]
idk if its the same every where but where im from in north carolina, the judge can lock you up for not having your shirt tucked in... wut
#21 - pjers (09/17/2014) [-]
pretty good way to show justified contempt for a legislative system that broken, don't you think?
User avatar #22 - carneymaster (09/17/2014) [-]
Well the judge probably was a hard ass anyway.He just got shafted big time.
#23 - pjers (09/17/2014) [-]
how do you even get 6 months for contempt? Here they hold you overnight &/or ban you from court. pic is my entirely stupid claim as to what the judge held to be contempt.
User avatar #24 - carneymaster (09/17/2014) [-]
thats a good point. there has to be more then. seeing his son outside the bounds of when he was supposed to see him is a big offense. DOC is insanely anal retentive.
#25 - pjers (09/17/2014) [-]
don't particularly see how; if he's allowed to see him at all he's safe to see always. it could be awkward for the mother but that's not a legal issue more scheduling.
User avatar #26 - carneymaster (09/17/2014) [-]
oh no, if you go and see your kid outside the time allowed they go apeshit. I know a few fathers this has happend to.
#28 - pjers (09/17/2014) [-]
Man those must be some hateful breakups, and the kid handovers like the exchange bridge in Die Another Day.
Also seriously? that's not best interest of the child that is legislative dick measuring and I'm Farnsworthing.
User avatar #29 - carneymaster (09/17/2014) [-]
the best interest of the child is sometimes given a backseat. In florida they would rather put a child into foster care than let grandparents have custody unless under incredible circumstances. Even then it takes like 2-3 years.
User avatar #34 - pronsourcerer (09/17/2014) [-]
I've seen plenty of cases online and in the news where children in abusive familys are kept with the parents because the "stated objective is to keep the family united".
#31 - pjers (09/17/2014) [-]
I'm so glad I'm not american, it's just like the more I know the more I feel like yellowstone can't go off soon enough, no offence.
It could be a fixed income thing, but that's what child support is for clarification; money from the government for children I can sort of understand a very young child, but over 5 children are just little humans with bad dress sense & coordination, easy fucking choice between some fucker I've never met before or the old people that give me cake.
User avatar #89 - carneymaster (09/17/2014) [-]
the last time yellowstone blew it caused a mini iceage. It blanked the globe in dust for i think they beleive 2 years? But the country isnt that bad for the most part. The only really bad parts make it to the news because tragedy sells. Talking about the other 85% that is good doesnt sell at all.
#87 - why care when its natural. Now though... there are those who l… 09/16/2014 on Disney Characters in the... 0
#86 - he adjusted to life pretty well. and somehow managed to stay y… 09/16/2014 on Disney Characters in the... 0
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User avatar #4 - soundofwinter ONLINE (06/21/2014) [-]
**** you
User avatar #5 to #4 - carneymaster (06/21/2014) [-]
might bit random.
User avatar #1 - adnimistator (01/13/2014) [-]
you're gay
User avatar #2 to #1 - carneymaster (01/13/2014) [-]
For the most part yes.
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