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#61 - and they don't want others to clean up after them. 06/03/2014 on bus driver saves suicidal... 0
#59 - and you just made is statement true that it was selfish, she d… 06/03/2014 on bus driver saves suicidal... 0
#57 - It's not for the reason, its about how serious they are about …  [+] (2 new replies) 06/03/2014 on bus driver saves suicidal... 0
User avatar #58 - thirdjess (06/03/2014) [-]
Thats because women tend to wallow in sadness, according to that statistic it's because they want to leave a pretty body but that is a crock of shit.
#61 - cyberkite (06/03/2014) [-]
and they don't want others to clean up after them.
#54 - how do you explain the financial crisis, suicide rate's grew b…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/03/2014 on bus driver saves suicidal... 0
User avatar #55 - thirdjess (06/03/2014) [-]
I don't know if there is a connection between the financial crisis and the suicide rate and it seems like a bit of a slippery slope fallacy, but if there were I'd say it's more due to the lack of access to proper treatment/s.

I've repeated this many times in this thread but I'll repeat it again. People who are suicidal for selfish reasons (read: me, you and fuckscreenames) tend to either not commit or fail in commiting (do to half assing it). People who are suicidal for unselfish reasons tend to be successful. For example my Grandfather put a noose around his neck and then shot himself; in the unlikely event that he survived the gun shot, he would snap his neck. For him it was serious business.
#57 - cyberkite (06/03/2014) [-]
It's not for the reason, its about how serious they are about it, and suicidel males tends to actually do it propably most of the times, they also use more brutel methods like hanging, shooting, and jumping of buildings, were girls rather tends to take pills and but their wrist.

In cases with pills it's a slow and agoning death, and the most tends to regret it.
User avatar #58 - thirdjess (06/03/2014) [-]
Thats because women tend to wallow in sadness, according to that statistic it's because they want to leave a pretty body but that is a crock of shit.
#61 - cyberkite (06/03/2014) [-]
and they don't want others to clean up after them.
#80 - It is to different things, but it's actually the best thing(th… 06/03/2014 on Facebook users are... 0
#199 - you are using old cases, and 2 lines saying something, that is… 05/30/2014 on 100% repost 0
#191 - The cases you are talking about is out dated, it blew up in th…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/30/2014 on 100% repost 0
#195 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
Sure. It's all good. I got the wrong source. I'm like, totally ignorant. Thanks for the heads up, mate.
#199 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
you are using old cases, and 2 lines saying something, that is never enough.
#183 - Yeah now we just keep them were we know, for god sake people s…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/30/2014 on 100% repost 0
#192 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
You keep them where you know, I see. ;-)

There is unfortunately no reasoning with addicts, so let's just leave it at that. I, anyway, am quite certain that there is only one chance to end said unspeakable suffering of animals. When mankind is capable to produce a surrogate as I described. That's the only chance.
#155 - I'am not addicted to meat, I enjoy it. and before i left home …  [+] (7 new replies) 05/30/2014 on 100% repost 0
#182 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
Did some quick research on Denmark:

ThePigSite.com stated that IceNews reported that in 2009 the number of pigs that arrived at slaughterhouses with injuries incurred by planks and chains increased. IceNews cited a Copenhagen Post report saying that increasing abuse "may be caused by the new system, introduced in 2006, which rewards" the rushed loading of animals onto vehicles. Over 2008 and 2009, the number of pig abuse cases in Denmark had increased fivefold.[30]

Sometimes sow stalls are used to restrict the movement of sows during pregnancy. This practice is prohibited for pigs exported to the UK. However, the method was found on some Danish farms by British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver in a television programme for the UK's Channel 4 in 2009.[31][32]

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intensive_pig_farming#Denmark

How again does Denmark care about their meat..? Sounds like you belong to the worst factory farmers on the planet, mate.
#191 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
The cases you are talking about is out dated, it blew up in the news here also, and by the way I told you I used to eat organic meat only.


But you taking things out of cases from 5 years ago while not updating that info, that is really ignorant, I can tell you a lot of factories was fined for this. and some even got there licen to drive with animals taken away from them.
#195 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
Sure. It's all good. I got the wrong source. I'm like, totally ignorant. Thanks for the heads up, mate.
#199 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
you are using old cases, and 2 lines saying something, that is never enough.
#177 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
You still have not answered the question and if you think that todays meat-farming is in any way related to how it's been 100 years ago, you're even more ignorant than I expect you to be.

And yes, you are addicted. I know you "don't want to", but if you tried to go without meat and had a nice steak or a grilled chicken in front of you, you'd understand what I mean.
#183 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
Yeah now we just keep them were we know, for god sake people still goes hunting.


Addicted to meat, it's litterally the same as saying a vegan is addicted to vegatables.
And there really is no reason to call a person addicted to something, when it's nearly not an option to live without anything from animals, with out taking pills, or live by some hardcord diet. the ignorant here will have to be you, you try to tell me something straight out of a normal like is weakness? what the hell is weak about eating meat? I can't see why it's weak. and yes if it's excatly the same, except by being meat, yeah I would take it over meat, but there is not anything like that so let me eat the food I want to, I only joke about vegans that tries to get me not to eat it
#192 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
You keep them where you know, I see. ;-)

There is unfortunately no reasoning with addicts, so let's just leave it at that. I, anyway, am quite certain that there is only one chance to end said unspeakable suffering of animals. When mankind is capable to produce a surrogate as I described. That's the only chance.
#99 - Depends on the price  [+] (9 new replies) 05/30/2014 on 100% repost +1
#137 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
What about "same" don't you understand?

I, though, understand why you don't like the question. I also know your answer, you'd chose the meat that is produced without the unspeakable suffering of sentient creatures. Because you're not an asshole after all. You're just addicted to meat, because you were raised that way. And because you can't handle that truth and to make it easy for you and neither have to admit a weakness nor be bothered by a guilty conscious, you're all badass and crack those lame jokes, bash vegans, speak of "lifestyle".

To that, furthermore, comes the community-factor. It's a thing. Bash vegans. Thumbs up guaranteed.
#155 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
I'am not addicted to meat, I enjoy it. and before i left home we mostly go meat from healthy orcanic animals with the best treatment they could get. and using the word addicted in that way is just wrong, since there really is nothing addictiv in meat. And I live in denmark, one of the Country were we care about our meat.

And I have no guilt what so ever, this is nature, we have always hunted to survive, meat is what we have lived on since we were nothing but scavengers and hunters.
#182 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
Did some quick research on Denmark:

ThePigSite.com stated that IceNews reported that in 2009 the number of pigs that arrived at slaughterhouses with injuries incurred by planks and chains increased. IceNews cited a Copenhagen Post report saying that increasing abuse "may be caused by the new system, introduced in 2006, which rewards" the rushed loading of animals onto vehicles. Over 2008 and 2009, the number of pig abuse cases in Denmark had increased fivefold.[30]

Sometimes sow stalls are used to restrict the movement of sows during pregnancy. This practice is prohibited for pigs exported to the UK. However, the method was found on some Danish farms by British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver in a television programme for the UK's Channel 4 in 2009.[31][32]

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intensive_pig_farming#Denmark

How again does Denmark care about their meat..? Sounds like you belong to the worst factory farmers on the planet, mate.
#191 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
The cases you are talking about is out dated, it blew up in the news here also, and by the way I told you I used to eat organic meat only.


But you taking things out of cases from 5 years ago while not updating that info, that is really ignorant, I can tell you a lot of factories was fined for this. and some even got there licen to drive with animals taken away from them.
#195 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
Sure. It's all good. I got the wrong source. I'm like, totally ignorant. Thanks for the heads up, mate.
#199 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
you are using old cases, and 2 lines saying something, that is never enough.
#177 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
You still have not answered the question and if you think that todays meat-farming is in any way related to how it's been 100 years ago, you're even more ignorant than I expect you to be.

And yes, you are addicted. I know you "don't want to", but if you tried to go without meat and had a nice steak or a grilled chicken in front of you, you'd understand what I mean.
#183 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
Yeah now we just keep them were we know, for god sake people still goes hunting.


Addicted to meat, it's litterally the same as saying a vegan is addicted to vegatables.
And there really is no reason to call a person addicted to something, when it's nearly not an option to live without anything from animals, with out taking pills, or live by some hardcord diet. the ignorant here will have to be you, you try to tell me something straight out of a normal like is weakness? what the hell is weak about eating meat? I can't see why it's weak. and yes if it's excatly the same, except by being meat, yeah I would take it over meat, but there is not anything like that so let me eat the food I want to, I only joke about vegans that tries to get me not to eat it
#192 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
You keep them where you know, I see. ;-)

There is unfortunately no reasoning with addicts, so let's just leave it at that. I, anyway, am quite certain that there is only one chance to end said unspeakable suffering of animals. When mankind is capable to produce a surrogate as I described. That's the only chance.
#96 - I found the vegatarien. But I do support the butcher,…  [+] (11 new replies) 05/30/2014 on 100% repost 0
#98 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
No I'm addicted to meat to, but I see that as a weakness and don't try to cover it up with lame ass jokes and such.

I have a totally interesting question for you:

If there was something that would not be distinguishable from meat, same taste, same smell, same texture, same nutrition-value and so forth. Would you rather eat that than real meat? If so: Why?
#99 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
Depends on the price
#137 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
What about "same" don't you understand?

I, though, understand why you don't like the question. I also know your answer, you'd chose the meat that is produced without the unspeakable suffering of sentient creatures. Because you're not an asshole after all. You're just addicted to meat, because you were raised that way. And because you can't handle that truth and to make it easy for you and neither have to admit a weakness nor be bothered by a guilty conscious, you're all badass and crack those lame jokes, bash vegans, speak of "lifestyle".

To that, furthermore, comes the community-factor. It's a thing. Bash vegans. Thumbs up guaranteed.
#155 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
I'am not addicted to meat, I enjoy it. and before i left home we mostly go meat from healthy orcanic animals with the best treatment they could get. and using the word addicted in that way is just wrong, since there really is nothing addictiv in meat. And I live in denmark, one of the Country were we care about our meat.

And I have no guilt what so ever, this is nature, we have always hunted to survive, meat is what we have lived on since we were nothing but scavengers and hunters.
#182 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
Did some quick research on Denmark:

ThePigSite.com stated that IceNews reported that in 2009 the number of pigs that arrived at slaughterhouses with injuries incurred by planks and chains increased. IceNews cited a Copenhagen Post report saying that increasing abuse "may be caused by the new system, introduced in 2006, which rewards" the rushed loading of animals onto vehicles. Over 2008 and 2009, the number of pig abuse cases in Denmark had increased fivefold.[30]

Sometimes sow stalls are used to restrict the movement of sows during pregnancy. This practice is prohibited for pigs exported to the UK. However, the method was found on some Danish farms by British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver in a television programme for the UK's Channel 4 in 2009.[31][32]

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intensive_pig_farming#Denmark

How again does Denmark care about their meat..? Sounds like you belong to the worst factory farmers on the planet, mate.
#191 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
The cases you are talking about is out dated, it blew up in the news here also, and by the way I told you I used to eat organic meat only.


But you taking things out of cases from 5 years ago while not updating that info, that is really ignorant, I can tell you a lot of factories was fined for this. and some even got there licen to drive with animals taken away from them.
#195 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
Sure. It's all good. I got the wrong source. I'm like, totally ignorant. Thanks for the heads up, mate.
#199 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
you are using old cases, and 2 lines saying something, that is never enough.
#177 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
You still have not answered the question and if you think that todays meat-farming is in any way related to how it's been 100 years ago, you're even more ignorant than I expect you to be.

And yes, you are addicted. I know you "don't want to", but if you tried to go without meat and had a nice steak or a grilled chicken in front of you, you'd understand what I mean.
#183 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
Yeah now we just keep them were we know, for god sake people still goes hunting.


Addicted to meat, it's litterally the same as saying a vegan is addicted to vegatables.
And there really is no reason to call a person addicted to something, when it's nearly not an option to live without anything from animals, with out taking pills, or live by some hardcord diet. the ignorant here will have to be you, you try to tell me something straight out of a normal like is weakness? what the hell is weak about eating meat? I can't see why it's weak. and yes if it's excatly the same, except by being meat, yeah I would take it over meat, but there is not anything like that so let me eat the food I want to, I only joke about vegans that tries to get me not to eat it
#192 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
You keep them where you know, I see. ;-)

There is unfortunately no reasoning with addicts, so let's just leave it at that. I, anyway, am quite certain that there is only one chance to end said unspeakable suffering of animals. When mankind is capable to produce a surrogate as I described. That's the only chance.
#60 - The first one is a cheap just, he is pretty much doing it to m… 05/30/2014 on Cringe comp P.8 0
#61 - Most say I love a good Vegan bashing. It's kinda the same …  [+] (13 new replies) 05/30/2014 on 100% repost +7
#92 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
You do not find the vegan here, however, it's hardly a "lifestyle" to support or oppose the unspeakable suffering of sentient creatures.
#96 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
I found the vegatarien.

But I do support the butcher, and the chef making my meat
#98 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
No I'm addicted to meat to, but I see that as a weakness and don't try to cover it up with lame ass jokes and such.

I have a totally interesting question for you:

If there was something that would not be distinguishable from meat, same taste, same smell, same texture, same nutrition-value and so forth. Would you rather eat that than real meat? If so: Why?
#99 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
Depends on the price
#137 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
What about "same" don't you understand?

I, though, understand why you don't like the question. I also know your answer, you'd chose the meat that is produced without the unspeakable suffering of sentient creatures. Because you're not an asshole after all. You're just addicted to meat, because you were raised that way. And because you can't handle that truth and to make it easy for you and neither have to admit a weakness nor be bothered by a guilty conscious, you're all badass and crack those lame jokes, bash vegans, speak of "lifestyle".

To that, furthermore, comes the community-factor. It's a thing. Bash vegans. Thumbs up guaranteed.
#155 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
I'am not addicted to meat, I enjoy it. and before i left home we mostly go meat from healthy orcanic animals with the best treatment they could get. and using the word addicted in that way is just wrong, since there really is nothing addictiv in meat. And I live in denmark, one of the Country were we care about our meat.

And I have no guilt what so ever, this is nature, we have always hunted to survive, meat is what we have lived on since we were nothing but scavengers and hunters.
#182 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
Did some quick research on Denmark:

ThePigSite.com stated that IceNews reported that in 2009 the number of pigs that arrived at slaughterhouses with injuries incurred by planks and chains increased. IceNews cited a Copenhagen Post report saying that increasing abuse "may be caused by the new system, introduced in 2006, which rewards" the rushed loading of animals onto vehicles. Over 2008 and 2009, the number of pig abuse cases in Denmark had increased fivefold.[30]

Sometimes sow stalls are used to restrict the movement of sows during pregnancy. This practice is prohibited for pigs exported to the UK. However, the method was found on some Danish farms by British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver in a television programme for the UK's Channel 4 in 2009.[31][32]

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intensive_pig_farming#Denmark

How again does Denmark care about their meat..? Sounds like you belong to the worst factory farmers on the planet, mate.
#191 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
The cases you are talking about is out dated, it blew up in the news here also, and by the way I told you I used to eat organic meat only.


But you taking things out of cases from 5 years ago while not updating that info, that is really ignorant, I can tell you a lot of factories was fined for this. and some even got there licen to drive with animals taken away from them.
#195 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
Sure. It's all good. I got the wrong source. I'm like, totally ignorant. Thanks for the heads up, mate.
#199 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
you are using old cases, and 2 lines saying something, that is never enough.
#177 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
You still have not answered the question and if you think that todays meat-farming is in any way related to how it's been 100 years ago, you're even more ignorant than I expect you to be.

And yes, you are addicted. I know you "don't want to", but if you tried to go without meat and had a nice steak or a grilled chicken in front of you, you'd understand what I mean.
#183 - cyberkite (05/30/2014) [-]
Yeah now we just keep them were we know, for god sake people still goes hunting.


Addicted to meat, it's litterally the same as saying a vegan is addicted to vegatables.
And there really is no reason to call a person addicted to something, when it's nearly not an option to live without anything from animals, with out taking pills, or live by some hardcord diet. the ignorant here will have to be you, you try to tell me something straight out of a normal like is weakness? what the hell is weak about eating meat? I can't see why it's weak. and yes if it's excatly the same, except by being meat, yeah I would take it over meat, but there is not anything like that so let me eat the food I want to, I only joke about vegans that tries to get me not to eat it
#192 - anonymous (05/30/2014) [-]
You keep them where you know, I see. ;-)

There is unfortunately no reasoning with addicts, so let's just leave it at that. I, anyway, am quite certain that there is only one chance to end said unspeakable suffering of animals. When mankind is capable to produce a surrogate as I described. That's the only chance.
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#217 - It just fell off, it was one case, but no one was hurt, and a … 05/25/2014 on Incredible 0
#216 - well having a hope to survive is better then nothing  [+] (1 new reply) 05/25/2014 on Incredible 0
User avatar #218 - furrypuppy (05/25/2014) [-]
True that
#209 - But it seems like a two man job thou.... and you will be needi…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/25/2014 on Incredible 0
User avatar #210 - furrypuppy (05/25/2014) [-]
Yea.. true.. It's a difficult case..
#216 - cyberkite (05/25/2014) [-]
well having a hope to survive is better then nothing
User avatar #218 - furrypuppy (05/25/2014) [-]
True that
#205 - I live in Denmark, while most are safe, there were one were th…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/25/2014 on Incredible 0
User avatar #208 - furrypuppy (05/25/2014) [-]
They just.. fell off?
#217 - cyberkite (05/25/2014) [-]
It just fell off, it was one case, but no one was hurt, and a farmer got a bit mad
#202 - it can be done thou, this is a jump at 190 feet's lower then …  [+] (5 new replies) 05/25/2014 on Incredible 0
User avatar #206 - furrypuppy (05/25/2014) [-]
Hmm that would be a safe option, having two of these in each tower.
#209 - cyberkite (05/25/2014) [-]
But it seems like a two man job thou.... and you will be needing a lo of training, and this case they might catch fire
User avatar #210 - furrypuppy (05/25/2014) [-]
Yea.. true.. It's a difficult case..
#216 - cyberkite (05/25/2014) [-]
well having a hope to survive is better then nothing
User avatar #218 - furrypuppy (05/25/2014) [-]
True that
#195 - you probably are right, they normally jump 3 times the high, t…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/25/2014 on Incredible 0
User avatar #200 - furrypuppy (05/25/2014) [-]
Besides, it does not happen often. While I feel very sorry for these two, they are rare cases. I've thought about it as well, I had exactly the same question as you. But well, living in the Netherlands, with these windmills scattered everywhere, I can say they're pretty safe. Accidents like these are very rare, and there's little that can be done IF it happens, or to prevent it.
#205 - cyberkite (05/25/2014) [-]
I live in Denmark, while most are safe, there were one were the propella fell of, no one killed
User avatar #208 - furrypuppy (05/25/2014) [-]
They just.. fell off?
#217 - cyberkite (05/25/2014) [-]
It just fell off, it was one case, but no one was hurt, and a farmer got a bit mad
#190 - There quick-parachutes, mainly used by base jumpers, in some c…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/25/2014 on Incredible 0
User avatar #192 - furrypuppy (05/25/2014) [-]
I've honestly never seen those. But these towers are just 67 meters tall, I find it difficult to believe that there would be something to slow you down enough in such a short distance
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User avatar #6 - soundofwinter ONLINE (06/22/2014) [-]
**** you
#1 - usarmyexplain (04/27/2014) [-]
You sir, are a fine example of civil disagreement.
#2 to #1 - cyberkite (04/27/2014) [-]
We'll thank you is the onlæy thing I can say. I see the reason for an army in a big country like the USA. but in denmark where I live, we should only focus on the special units.
User avatar #3 to #2 - usarmyexplain (04/27/2014) [-]
Don't get me wrong, the military exists to commit horrible acts of violence, but you can get some good compensation from service, and have doors opened to you that normally would be closed.

Like all those guys inviting celerities to annual Military balls

www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/15/timberlake-puts-pressure-_n_1093318.html
#4 to #3 - cyberkite (04/27/2014) [-]
Interresting. but it isen't the whole war thing that's the problems in my eyes, the problem is the money used on thing that could be used better. cutting the millitary is an option. and sometimes the money should be used more effective.
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