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Age: 25
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Date Signed Up:3/11/2013
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#6 - Son was alive when they first moved there, got sick. As son gr… 03/20/2014 on slightly disturbed +62
#4 - Actually, no. He understood that he had to die for our sins be…  [+] (7 new replies) 03/19/2014 on Oh God +42
#47 - mindset (03/20/2014) [-]
A picture was created in my mind when at catholic class, the teacher told us that Jesus went to hell to save all the sinning souls, from the beginning of time.
The picture was of Jesus fighting all of hell's demons and eventually the devil himself in order to free all the occupants of hell.
Jesus went full Neo then.
User avatar #18 - douthit (03/20/2014) [-]
But it wasn't His will. He just knew it was the only way.
#17 - allamericandude (03/20/2014) [-]
*Bibled
#8 - gtfomylawnbish (03/20/2014) [-]
God damn the Roman's sure can write a story, amirite?
User avatar #53 - inomgod (03/20/2014) [-]
originally written and translated from Greek, the writers of the Gospels were Jewish
#57 - gtfomylawnbish (03/20/2014) [-]
Yeah, no. The bible was written in Rome.
User avatar #70 - inomgod (03/22/2014) [-]
Hey, smartass, I didn't say where they were written, only what language they were written in, and ethnicity of the writers.
#7 - As an aspiring writer, it gives me a weird combination of hope…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/19/2014 on funny old nugget +35
User avatar #8 - Anonomousthirteen (03/19/2014) [-]
Take it as inspiration. For those of us who desire to be true artists of pen and language, currency is in the quality of our stories, not in what others will give to us for them.
Remember, you can do anything to get money. The real question is, can you create a story that can make a man weep with joy and scream with anguish? Can you pull your readers into the very depths of their under-stimulated imaginations, to the edges of consciousness and understanding, to the very pits of emptiness?
Can you, a mere human, reach deep into the heart of the void before existence, and drag forth into this world creatures and characters, landscapes and things?

Because when you can do that, you realize it's never been about money. It's been about the life you create. And that kind of helps get you money.
#68 - raideniscool (03/20/2014) [-]
That was fantastic. As an aspiring writer with doubt of my own capability, I have been writing less and less. Your comment, however, has caused me to be revitalized as a writer. For that, I thank you so much. I've written down your quote so I can remember it long after I leave Funnyjunk. You will not be forgotten.
#119 - I would laugh at your rage and give you a thumb, but you're an… 03/12/2014 on funnyjunk in a nutshell 0
#384 - Travel seasons? New food items? No. The food-service industry … 03/08/2014 on Anyone work in food service? 0
#5 - I was enjoying it until the "delicious" line. Is the… 03/08/2014 on A Storm to Never Cease 0
#325 - I'm willing to grant the "not as much as $15per hour"…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/08/2014 on Anyone work in food service? 0
User avatar #333 - spankyy (03/08/2014) [-]
That's true enough. I agree it should be increased, but i'd say $9 an hour is probably reasonable. At my job, they pay our lowest employees $9 an hour. Well, if they're there at least 3 months. It's a bit odd that it's actually higher than most employees in the same type of store if i'm not mistaken.

I work at a new thrift store chain sprouting up over here. First retail job ever, and 4 months in they promoted me to being a key holder. I could live comfortably with a 50 cent to 1$ an hour pay raise. Comfortably being, with food, money to spare, driving to work and all other necessary places, and having decent internet. While being able to fuel my hookah habit.
#319 - You're missing my point. The only industry that has guaranteed…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/08/2014 on Anyone work in food service? 0
User avatar #341 - corocop (03/08/2014) [-]
I'm not trying to say that I'm 100% right, but I'm a business major and this is what I have come to learn and understand up to this point in my classes.
User avatar #334 - corocop (03/08/2014) [-]
I've been fired from jobs, been in a job slump. After high school i had to drive to So.Cal. and dismantle old oil pumps. I've had to do some pretty hard labor in my 2 years out of high school. But the service industry is a broad spectrum and the food service industry just doesnt fall under the same productivity rate. factory and warehouse jobs have no guaranteed growth but at times, they can raise the pay rates and give bonuses. but the food service industry can really only look forward to travel seasons and the occasional new menu item. other than that there isnt much growth expected cause those are limited time things. Don't get me wrong, a raise in minimum wage would benefit people, but i know that what i did for taco bell and genghis grill wasn't worth 15 per hour. although, genghis grill could use better health insurance.
User avatar #384 - charredenay (03/08/2014) [-]
Travel seasons? New food items? No. The food-service industry makes profit every single quarter. Especially in metropolitan areas where there is no down time, only slightly slower time. You are greatly misinformed if you think the restaurant business is anything less than insanely lucrative.
#307 - Oh wait. So you're saying that charging double what they used …  [+] (4 new replies) 03/08/2014 on Anyone work in food service? 0
User avatar #315 - corocop (03/08/2014) [-]
well, wal mart is one one that says they cant, its been proven that they cant, yet people still think they can. Mcdonalds most likely can, i dont do the math, but think about how many people they employ, ALL of them. Think about the cost of food, supplies, etc. thats a lot more money than you think it is.
User avatar #313 - spankyy (03/08/2014) [-]
I agree with the anon, raising minimum wage to 15$ an hour will not fix everything. I agree that it should be higher, but not 15$. That being said, I heard once that if McDonalds charged something like 40-50 cents more per burger, they'd be able to pay their workers 15$ an hour. All of them. Since they sell so many damn burgers daily.
User avatar #325 - charredenay (03/08/2014) [-]
I'm willing to grant the "not as much as $15per hour" point. but that is starting point we must adopt for proper negotiations to begin. No smart man starts the bidding at the price they were hoping for.
User avatar #333 - spankyy (03/08/2014) [-]
That's true enough. I agree it should be increased, but i'd say $9 an hour is probably reasonable. At my job, they pay our lowest employees $9 an hour. Well, if they're there at least 3 months. It's a bit odd that it's actually higher than most employees in the same type of store if i'm not mistaken.

I work at a new thrift store chain sprouting up over here. First retail job ever, and 4 months in they promoted me to being a key holder. I could live comfortably with a 50 cent to 1$ an hour pay raise. Comfortably being, with food, money to spare, driving to work and all other necessary places, and having decent internet. While being able to fuel my hookah habit.
#299 - 1. Congrats on waiting to comment until only one person is stu…  [+] (12 new replies) 03/08/2014 on Anyone work in food service? -1
User avatar #308 - corocop (03/08/2014) [-]
fast food makes 7.25
i make 8 per hour.
I was in high school and didn't need to ask for a raise.
and my manager constantly loses her workers cause they either can't handle the stress or they just use it as a gap filler till they get something better. I'm just using it till i get through college. even then, like you said, it'll be hard to get a job.
It's never been easy to get a job, but people do it.
#428 - anonymous (03/08/2014) [-]
That's all fast food jobs are supposed to be - a gap filler. They're not supposed to be careers where people make the same money for unskilled labor as people who worked hard to earn college degrees.
User avatar #319 - charredenay (03/08/2014) [-]
You're missing my point. The only industry that has guaranteed jobs and guaranteed growth that doesn't require at least a master's degree is the service industry. I have met biology majors and computer science majors and even failed medical students all employed in the service industry because they couldn't get a shot elsewhere and they had been at that job for more than a decade just trying to pay the rent on their rat-infested one-bedroom apartments. And you're sitting there feeling superior simply because you haven't tasted failure yet. It's stupefying, it's awe-inspiring, it's almost hypocritical.
User avatar #341 - corocop (03/08/2014) [-]
I'm not trying to say that I'm 100% right, but I'm a business major and this is what I have come to learn and understand up to this point in my classes.
User avatar #334 - corocop (03/08/2014) [-]
I've been fired from jobs, been in a job slump. After high school i had to drive to So.Cal. and dismantle old oil pumps. I've had to do some pretty hard labor in my 2 years out of high school. But the service industry is a broad spectrum and the food service industry just doesnt fall under the same productivity rate. factory and warehouse jobs have no guaranteed growth but at times, they can raise the pay rates and give bonuses. but the food service industry can really only look forward to travel seasons and the occasional new menu item. other than that there isnt much growth expected cause those are limited time things. Don't get me wrong, a raise in minimum wage would benefit people, but i know that what i did for taco bell and genghis grill wasn't worth 15 per hour. although, genghis grill could use better health insurance.
User avatar #384 - charredenay (03/08/2014) [-]
Travel seasons? New food items? No. The food-service industry makes profit every single quarter. Especially in metropolitan areas where there is no down time, only slightly slower time. You are greatly misinformed if you think the restaurant business is anything less than insanely lucrative.
#304 - anonymous (03/08/2014) [-]
It would seriously fuck up the economy when companies gouge you with steep product prices to make up for it, and cut employees. It would end real bad.
User avatar #307 - charredenay (03/08/2014) [-]
Oh wait. So you're saying that charging double what they used to for specialized orders is not a jump in pricing?
Fact is that most major companies can afford this minimum-wage increase because they have been gradually increasing their prices every year while the minimum-wage has been the same for decades.
User avatar #315 - corocop (03/08/2014) [-]
well, wal mart is one one that says they cant, its been proven that they cant, yet people still think they can. Mcdonalds most likely can, i dont do the math, but think about how many people they employ, ALL of them. Think about the cost of food, supplies, etc. thats a lot more money than you think it is.
User avatar #313 - spankyy (03/08/2014) [-]
I agree with the anon, raising minimum wage to 15$ an hour will not fix everything. I agree that it should be higher, but not 15$. That being said, I heard once that if McDonalds charged something like 40-50 cents more per burger, they'd be able to pay their workers 15$ an hour. All of them. Since they sell so many damn burgers daily.
User avatar #325 - charredenay (03/08/2014) [-]
I'm willing to grant the "not as much as $15per hour" point. but that is starting point we must adopt for proper negotiations to begin. No smart man starts the bidding at the price they were hoping for.
User avatar #333 - spankyy (03/08/2014) [-]
That's true enough. I agree it should be increased, but i'd say $9 an hour is probably reasonable. At my job, they pay our lowest employees $9 an hour. Well, if they're there at least 3 months. It's a bit odd that it's actually higher than most employees in the same type of store if i'm not mistaken.

I work at a new thrift store chain sprouting up over here. First retail job ever, and 4 months in they promoted me to being a key holder. I could live comfortably with a 50 cent to 1$ an hour pay raise. Comfortably being, with food, money to spare, driving to work and all other necessary places, and having decent internet. While being able to fuel my hookah habit.
#5 - It is easier to pick up a piece of paper from the ground than …  [+] (2 new replies) 03/08/2014 on Lord voldemort telling it... +5
User avatar #71 - sorenlolz (03/08/2014) [-]
What does this have to do with ravenclaw?
User avatar #75 - nyuORlucy (03/08/2014) [-]
ravenclaw is more logical than emotional. harry got all happy about the letters instead of doing the logical thing of picking one off the floor and running he spent moments trying to catch them
#240 - Gotta strike earlier if you really want those red thumbs anon. 03/08/2014 on Fetus vs Baby!! +2
#11 - While I agree with you on your first and second point, I'd hav… 03/04/2014 on Silly me, I forgot 0
#66 - Ah, I thank you for the consideration. 03/04/2014 on It's all the same! 0
#18 - Picture 03/04/2014 on Zombie Master 0
#37 - That's the thing though, if it were actually about that, Leo w… 03/04/2014 on *Nominations intensify* 0
#7 - You missed the "successful" part that's why we call … 03/04/2014 on shots have been fired 0
#51 - <mfw I liked those three series. Dammit now I feel like an …  [+] (4 new replies) 03/02/2014 on It's all the same! 0
#54 - anonymous (03/02/2014) [-]
There is nothing on earth that hasn't done.
After aeons of writing,
it all has been done.
User avatar #57 - sinonyx (03/02/2014) [-]
the same has been said about a lot of inventions too..
#55 - anonymous (03/02/2014) [-]
I wrote this anonymously so we will pretend it was you who said it.
User avatar #66 - charredenay (03/04/2014) [-]
Ah, I thank you for the consideration.
#11 - Exactly what I was about to say. Thank you, ser. 03/02/2014 on Finally! Some results from... 0
#19 - Okay, yeah... Now tell me. What sort of benefits do you gain f…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/28/2014 on Powerless. +7
#24 - jazzytheferret (02/28/2014) [-]
All of those sound like great perks to me. What's the down side of your argument?
#189 - You need to strike earlier if you really want those red thumbs. 02/28/2014 on and what's a warrior wizard... +2
#187 - Comment deleted 02/28/2014 on and what's a warrior wizard... 0
#39 - I can understand your apprehension. Unfortunately, many well-m… 02/28/2014 on Doctor Who +1
#36 - I like this bit of dialogue, I do, but I don't really consider…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/28/2014 on Doctor Who 0
#37 - bann (02/28/2014) [-]
Very well, that much I can accept. I feel like most of my aversion to the show comes from the fan base that seems to find jokes which those who don't know the context hilarious. I've seen a lot of posts similar to this and they just seemed to be poor attempts at jokes, but I could see now how they may have actually been references to other things.
User avatar #39 - charredenay (02/28/2014) [-]
I can understand your apprehension. Unfortunately, many well-meaning fans talk about and therefore showcase events and scenes from their respective shows that, out of context, aren't really interesting or funny to those outside the fan-base.
In conclusion, I appreciate your consideration of my point, and I sincerely hope that you'll give the show a fair go, no matter which one you call the "Best Doctor".
#29 - I went looking for that image in a higher quality (I want it a… 02/27/2014 on Does he look like a bitch? +2

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