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Date Signed Up:8/30/2011
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#176 - I was raised as a vegan (not anymore tho), but it's just like …  [+] (1 new reply) 04/15/2015 on Desc +1
User avatar #229 - vashadan (04/15/2015) [-]
My point exactly, its all just means for attention seeking bigots to grapple on, in any form - furries, vegans, transgenders, mpl fans, you name it. If you're a vegan and you like it - fukken do it, and dont let nobody tell you otherwise, but do remeber keep your wits about you.
#18 - I used to actually smoke weed everyday, last week I decided to… 04/13/2015 on Four Twenty +1
#45 - yes 04/13/2015 on Something Obvious You Never... +12
#28 - you know what I meant  [+] (2 new replies) 04/13/2015 on Something Obvious You Never... +34
#42 - anonymous (04/13/2015) [-]
i dont
User avatar #62 - psykobear (04/13/2015) [-]
Quadrilateral, nigga.
#249 - Well everyone did it because graffiti text looks cool and that… 04/13/2015 on Elementary school in a... +4
#25 - when you cut a corner of a triangle it becomes a square sa…  [+] (13 new replies) 04/13/2015 on Something Obvious You Never... -30
User avatar #56 - adu (04/13/2015) [-]
You would get what's called a trapezoid.
User avatar #73 - wizlock (04/13/2015) [-]
no, it may not necessarily have parallel sides as illustrated by 27
User avatar #86 - adu (04/13/2015) [-]
Well, it can become a trapezoid anyway, if the cut is parallel to the opposite side.
User avatar #100 - wizlock (04/13/2015) [-]
I never said it couldn't tho but it's ok m8
User avatar #44 - lordbyronxiv (04/13/2015) [-]
do ya mean a quadrilateral?
User avatar #45 - carthos (04/13/2015) [-]
yes
#27 - CaptainPugwash (04/13/2015) [-]
That's a weird looking square you've got there, son.
#103 - anonymous (04/13/2015) [-]
#allsquaresarebeautiful
#81 - shove (04/13/2015) [-]
It's just an irregular square obvious sarcasm is obvious
User avatar #59 - captainprincess (04/13/2015) [-]
It's just a little molten is all
#28 - carthos (04/13/2015) [-]
you know what I meant
#42 - anonymous (04/13/2015) [-]
i dont
User avatar #62 - psykobear (04/13/2015) [-]
Quadrilateral, nigga.
#221 - We did it in Belgium as well  [+] (2 new replies) 04/13/2015 on Elementary school in a... +2
User avatar #242 - lawlight (04/13/2015) [-]
that's right but the question is... why?
#249 - carthos (04/13/2015) [-]
Well everyone did it because graffiti text looks cool and that's the only cool and easy thing to draw resembling graffiti
#439 - Picture 04/11/2015 on Cringe #26 +3
#76 - I have an Ipod classic and I love it to death it has tons …  [+] (1 new reply) 04/10/2015 on Look at our lives +1
User avatar #84 - cheatmasterjunk (04/10/2015) [-]
Never really understood the move away from them, most music players have been left behind by their phone cousins but nothing beats 120GB of just music in your pocket - Only the current generation of phones can even have that much, and they cost a fortune
#107 - That's why I think the labelling doesn't fit a person with…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/07/2015 on Childhood is not a disease 0
User avatar #121 - bulwark (04/07/2015) [-]
Yea, it makes perfect sense. And I agree with you.

People with ADD are bound to be just as differ from one to the next, as much as people with ADD or any other "illness".
#103 - I mean it depends on your definition of a disease ofcourse …  [+] (3 new replies) 04/07/2015 on Childhood is not a disease 0
User avatar #106 - bulwark (04/07/2015) [-]
I am diagnosed with ADD myself and ADD to me isn't just a lack of concentration... It's intense stress and anxiety around strangers. It's laying awake most nights because my thoughts are keeping me up.
User avatar #107 - carthos (04/07/2015) [-]
That's why I think the labelling doesn't fit
a person with autism can either be an incredibly difficult person to talk to due to a lack of social insight, or an extremely average person with a slightly different thinking pattern
Of course there are differences between people with ADD and "normal" people. but everyone has twerks
there's people with ADD that aren't different at all, children that don't pay attention just because they don't want to, people than say "he can't help it, he has ADD" and people who are actually mentally affected
you could go on and on about this, i just think that, if people are to be labeled, do it more specifically because an apple and a banana are both fruit, but entirely different.

Am I making sense? d:
User avatar #121 - bulwark (04/07/2015) [-]
Yea, it makes perfect sense. And I agree with you.

People with ADD are bound to be just as differ from one to the next, as much as people with ADD or any other "illness".
#93 - The thing is, add, autism and all that crapped is looked on as…  [+] (8 new replies) 04/07/2015 on Childhood is not a disease 0
User avatar #99 - bulwark (04/07/2015) [-]
You try to live with ADD and tell me it isn't as debilitating as disease
#130 - anonymous (04/07/2015) [-]
And what of autism? I swear to god I want to punch a bitch anytime somebody calls it a 'disease'. Source: I have Aspergers, although I strongly disagree with it being reclassified as being the same thing as autism a few years ago. They are similar in some ways, but I defy almost every stereotype of autism so it just doesn't describe me all that well.
User avatar #139 - bulwark (04/07/2015) [-]
I'll quote my comment below -

"People with ADD are bound differ from one to the next, as much as people without ADD or any other "illness".
User avatar #105 - mrchris (04/07/2015) [-]
I have and he's right it's a personality trait but yes it is debilitating.
User avatar #103 - carthos (04/07/2015) [-]
I mean it depends on your definition of a disease ofcourse
It has the same impact on your life as being friendly, being a dick, working hard or being lazy.
Being lazy is no disease, but it surely affects how you experience life, the biggest difference is that lazy people have moments in wich they aren't lazy, but I guess people with ADD have that as well, while videogaming for example.
I'm not saying it's a choice to have ADD, it's just that your attention span depends on what you're paying attention to and how much you are enjoying it.
I just think that it's wrong to call people with such a 'disorder' sick. It's just how they are, and that doesn't make them bad people because there's loads of people with such disorders who do great things.
It all just depends on when you think a disorder is just a personality trait, or something closer to a mental disability
User avatar #106 - bulwark (04/07/2015) [-]
I am diagnosed with ADD myself and ADD to me isn't just a lack of concentration... It's intense stress and anxiety around strangers. It's laying awake most nights because my thoughts are keeping me up.
User avatar #107 - carthos (04/07/2015) [-]
That's why I think the labelling doesn't fit
a person with autism can either be an incredibly difficult person to talk to due to a lack of social insight, or an extremely average person with a slightly different thinking pattern
Of course there are differences between people with ADD and "normal" people. but everyone has twerks
there's people with ADD that aren't different at all, children that don't pay attention just because they don't want to, people than say "he can't help it, he has ADD" and people who are actually mentally affected
you could go on and on about this, i just think that, if people are to be labeled, do it more specifically because an apple and a banana are both fruit, but entirely different.

Am I making sense? d:
User avatar #121 - bulwark (04/07/2015) [-]
Yea, it makes perfect sense. And I agree with you.

People with ADD are bound to be just as differ from one to the next, as much as people with ADD or any other "illness".
#50 - The new games might be well and all, but playing new storyline… 04/07/2015 on Selling Point 0
#34 - I was expecting Aloha snackbar 04/05/2015 on wait for it +2
#26 - I was a male qunari solely to have a gay bondage relationship … 04/05/2015 on Qunair> everyone else. +4
#73 - Als Belg voel ik me toch wel uitgesloten 03/29/2015 on dank u +2
#57 - Timmy was Graspop mannn 03/19/2015 on (untitled) 0
#24 - We have a metal festival in Belgium, and every single night on…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/19/2015 on (untitled) +5
User avatar #31 - auntyino (03/19/2015) [-]
It goes the same for screaming buttscratcher or slayer at every festival I've been to so far
User avatar #28 - arwendar (03/19/2015) [-]
Man reminds me when they were shouting "King of the North" at the Graspop.
A week or so later the Red Wedding happened. Kind of funny thinking back.
User avatar #57 - carthos (03/19/2015) [-]
Timmy was Graspop mannn
#45 - Comment deleted 03/19/2015 on It can happen to anyone of us~ +5
#11 - I just downloaded this picture and saw you already posted it :c 03/19/2015 on That Works Too I Guess +2
#21 - touch screen GPS?  [+] (6 new replies) 03/17/2015 on Vectors and Shit 0
#23 - greeneyedgamer (03/17/2015) [-]
The acceleration of electrons that react inside the GPS when you press it.
#40 - robuntu (03/19/2015) [-]
You're moving goal posts.

You went from saying that every input device accelerates when it receives an input, to 'electrons inside the device react'. When I turn on an electronic device, like an MP3 player or cell phone - no reasonable person would say that the device is accelerating, which was your original claim. Now you're arguing that electrons *inside* the device are moving.

User avatar #41 - greeneyedgamer (03/19/2015) [-]
We are talking about acceleration in general. The content says
"Every input device in the car is an acceleration because it changes speed or direction."
I then said that it might not refer to the car, but the input device. But it might as well have referred to the acceleration of electrons. I never said that I only referred to input devices.
#42 - robuntu (03/19/2015) [-]
You said, 'Maybe not the speed of the car itself, but surely the input device'

You said that. SURELY the input device accelerates. 'Like if you pull a leaver, the leaver accelerates.'

There are lots of input devices that do not accelerate. So, what you've said is wrong. When someone pointed out an example where the input device does not accelerate - a GPS - you changed your stance to be 'the electrons within'.

And when I called you out for moving the 'goal posts', now you are saying that you said something else. I quoted what you actually said. But you're claiming to have said 'it might refer to the input device, but it might as well have referred to the acceleration of electrons'.

That's wrong. Because you said SURELY THE INPUT DEVICE accelerates.

Maybe you meant to say, 'Well, either the car will accelerate, or the input device, or electrons within the input device' but that isn't what you said. And it certainly isn't what the comic says.
User avatar #43 - greeneyedgamer (03/19/2015) [-]
Yes, surely as in "the input device must accelerate".
But you know, we simply see things differently and I don't think anyone of us is going to back down to the other one, so I'm simply going to accelerate out of this argument.
Have a good day.
#44 - robuntu (03/19/2015) [-]
There is no argument.

First you said 'the input device must accelerate'
Then you said 'it might as well have referred to the acceleration of electrons'

#30 - honestly i'm surprised it didn't happen sooner. 03/17/2015 on Cringe Compilation +4
#29 - Aha ofcourse, the one necessary element to talking Dutch "… 03/17/2015 on Vincent Van Gogh 0
#27 - Yeah but the problem with english people speaking dutch is the…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/17/2015 on Vincent Van Gogh 0
User avatar #28 - discobleach (03/17/2015) [-]
#30 - angelisk (03/17/2015) [-]
Perfect
User avatar #29 - carthos (03/17/2015) [-]
Aha ofcourse, the one necessary element to talking Dutch "Kanker!"
#25 - I'm Dutch and you're right we do pronounce the A in Van li…  [+] (5 new replies) 03/17/2015 on Vincent Van Gogh 0
User avatar #26 - discobleach (03/17/2015) [-]
that's how i pronounced it too..
#27 - carthos (03/17/2015) [-]
Yeah but the problem with english people speaking dutch is there's too much finesse,
Dutch pronounciations are les refined and you can hear the difference, we're all farmers you know
User avatar #28 - discobleach (03/17/2015) [-]
#30 - angelisk (03/17/2015) [-]
Perfect
User avatar #29 - carthos (03/17/2015) [-]
Aha ofcourse, the one necessary element to talking Dutch "Kanker!"

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#1 - lolokoko **User deleted account** (03/30/2013) [-]
Congrats in top comment.

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