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dantemp

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Date Signed Up:2/02/2011
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#42 - I'd be glad for any SJW that takes him/herself seriously to tr… 11/13/2014 on (untitled) +3
#31 - She is feminist only in name tho. Every single one of her vide…  [+] (4 new replies) 11/12/2014 on praise be to Based Mom +1
User avatar #87 - jazzd (11/13/2014) [-]
She is a feminist because she has been defining herself a feminist before all those misandrist mongers we have now were even born.

It's sad that the movement has degenerated so much that the founders feel excluded.
#86 - jazzd has deleted their comment.
#46 - BostonRRRAPPKGKP (11/12/2014) [-]
While I generally agree with your points, I call her a feminist because that's what she identifies as.
User avatar #33 - superafromanxd (11/12/2014) [-]
i see her as more of an egalitarian. Which is really what feminism was until SJWs took that label.
#30 - welp, he does a good job gotta give him that 11/12/2014 on guess even Marceline uses... +4
#46 - this is why I love the internet  [+] (1 new reply) 11/12/2014 on Overwatch +1
#114 - hashtronaut (11/12/2014) [-]
This is why the internet scares me...
but have this anyway
#52 - yeah, no, a runner would never have that big of an ass, it wou… 11/12/2014 on Brazilian women are... 0
#11 - please walk me trough the steps you used to get to that screen…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/11/2014 on what the fuck? +2
#13 - anonymous (11/11/2014) [-]
some FB accounts are made just to spam invitations to games, go back like 4 years ago and FB games were a huge thing
#12 - whathello (11/11/2014) [-]
report>report this account>this is a fake account> gamer
#11 - I'm conflicted. On one hand, you are a ******* dirty re… 11/11/2014 on We've been lied too! 0
#133 - the democracy is the worst policy ever conceived... except for… 11/11/2014 on not too stupid for Obama... +17
#84 - that only means I did a good job in my choice 11/11/2014 on 12 seconds? +3
#8 - me no speak americano, burrito 11/10/2014 on There's always a german guy +1
#42 - the projection thing is ******** . When I play games I d… 11/10/2014 on So fucking what? 0
#5 - or maybe you need to work towards love, by learning how to loo…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/10/2014 on FJ users know that feel 0
User avatar #11 - reltih (11/10/2014) [-]
I've had some relationships mate, this content was mostly posted as a joke.
And no, I don't just fall for the pretty girls, i've been told that im a good looking guy but I can tell you that my last 2 girlfriends weren't all that good looking, 6/10 at most, I went for their personality though.
#50 - what a terrible person, let's all laugh at her stupidity m… 11/10/2014 on Hanna Suckana +1
#37 - Comment deleted 11/10/2014 on am i doing it right? 0
#69 - Am I the only one that prefer girls to look more slutty? …  [+] (5 new replies) 11/10/2014 on It changes you. 0
User avatar #101 - kaboomz (11/10/2014) [-]
i like a girl to be a slut in bed but a woman on the street
#95 - dramakid (11/10/2014) [-]
We all love the girls that seem to have more experience in bed.

It's common sense since we're animals basically. Some fedora-wielding betas shame the more sexually attractive girls for having no chance at an intercourse with them. They know they can't reach that ass so they claim it's somehow not worth their attention.
User avatar #93 - allhailshrek (11/10/2014) [-]
Bo Burnham - Sluts poem

I do so love sluts.
#90 - evanxzile (11/10/2014) [-]
I do love sluts.
#73 - karvarausku (11/10/2014) [-]
**karvarausku rolled image** I don't like them slutty :c
#145 - I agree with you, Eminem's rhymes are much better than that 11/10/2014 on Rhyming is hard 0
#19 - I'm just looking for promising content for the front page with… 11/09/2014 on Feel Proud of Yourselfs 0
#56 - I used fj2 to do some trial and error before figuring it out. … 11/09/2014 on #FFFFFFF 0
#229 - Picture 11/08/2014 on new FJ gaming site 0
#55 - I'm actually not informed enough to give you an answer. I'm su…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/07/2014 on Angels of Democracy 0
User avatar #59 - jdrinfantry (11/07/2014) [-]
Syria was civilized. It was like Hawaii, people went there on vacation, to resorts. Educated population, good youth culture and all that. It was like any western country basically.
War is likely to strike anywhere, anytime but people just don't like to hear it. Like the crisis in Ukraine. It scares us. Thing is we need to get involved for it to end well. If we ingore it, it becomes a growing threat.
#50 - you don't seem to understand me. I'm saying that the poor stat…  [+] (7 new replies) 11/07/2014 on Angels of Democracy 0
User avatar #51 - jdrinfantry (11/07/2014) [-]
Well then explain to me how Syria went from tourism / happy days to civil war.
Those people weren't desperate, and you can't tell me that somehow we're to blame for what happened there. Little to no foreign involvement on that conflict.

If you ask me, I think it was a mistake to not get involved in Syria, since that is where ISIL came from. It's basically a terrorist resort now.
#76 - lesotho (11/07/2014) [-]
It is what happens when a big country has several interests in your territory... Oil, Gas, allied with Russia, near Iran and Israel... They seem the perfect place for "democracy" made in the US. You know, tons of money and weapons given to the right people and suddenly there is a revolution. Every politic in NATO knew all those resources where capted by radical muslim groups like ISIL and they kept sending it.

It is always the same story everywhere the US has economical or geopolitical interest. Libya, Egypt, Syria, Ucraine...
User avatar #85 - jdrinfantry (11/07/2014) [-]
the US didn't intervene in Syria. THAT is the crucial difference I brought up.
ISIL are radical muslims and they have seized oil fields in Syria, still no respond from the western world, and tell me, how does it look in Syria now? Is it better than Afghanistan or Iraq?
#115 - lesotho (11/07/2014) [-]
Well, what I meant is that NATO did intervene in Syria. War is not just a bunch of soldiers firing each other. If the US and their allies (and I am afraid my country is one of them) wanted peace in the region they should have left them alone. Syria is a secular state and NATO gave weapons to several groups to destabilize the country. One of those were the radical islamic ISIL. They kept giving weapons even when the Liberation Front of Syria (not sure if this is the name), who were fighting for a western-like democracy asked them to stop because they thought ISIL was much more dangerous than Assad, and as far as we have seen they were right.
User avatar #116 - jdrinfantry (11/07/2014) [-]
as far as I heard CIA had been largely unsuccessful in that attempt last year. Basically what NATO had done was disarm Assads biological weapons.

Besides, ISIL weaponry = Russian leftovers, american seized weapons from their campaign in Iraq and also "Blackmarket weapons" huh.
User avatar #55 - dantemp (11/07/2014) [-]
I'm actually not informed enough to give you an answer. I'm sure that things aren't as simple as I may made them seem, but I also know that the proneness for civil wars in Africa and the Middle east is due to the low culture level in those places, and if you want to truly liberate them you need to find a way to make them more civilized. And not by force. Maybe when we start sending robots that can take care of every need of theirs and poverty becomes a thing of the past then we could have true liberations.
User avatar #59 - jdrinfantry (11/07/2014) [-]
Syria was civilized. It was like Hawaii, people went there on vacation, to resorts. Educated population, good youth culture and all that. It was like any western country basically.
War is likely to strike anywhere, anytime but people just don't like to hear it. Like the crisis in Ukraine. It scares us. Thing is we need to get involved for it to end well. If we ingore it, it becomes a growing threat.
#38 - ISIS would not have came to be if it wasn't for the lack of go…  [+] (9 new replies) 11/07/2014 on Angels of Democracy 0
User avatar #42 - jdrinfantry (11/07/2014) [-]
Go on read up on what ISIL is. Sunni muslim movement that has no roots in political affairs.
Some sunnis refer to ISIL as "Al Dawlah" which means "The state / the true state".
Regarding the origins of ISIL, it is sparked by releasing Al Qaeda prisoners in Syria. Al Qaeda later stated that they want nothing to do with these people because of their extreme methods, Islamic State was founded and then they took over parts of Syria and Iraq, naming the country Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

Canadian soldiers are being murdered by ISIL terrorists and in Holland it is now forbidden to wear your uniform outside of military bases.
ISIL hates the US and the entire western AND Eastern world, from declaring war on Russia to war on NATO.
User avatar #50 - dantemp (11/07/2014) [-]
you don't seem to understand me. I'm saying that the poor state in which US left those country is the reason why this shit is possible. If people aren't desperate, they won't wadge wars.
User avatar #51 - jdrinfantry (11/07/2014) [-]
Well then explain to me how Syria went from tourism / happy days to civil war.
Those people weren't desperate, and you can't tell me that somehow we're to blame for what happened there. Little to no foreign involvement on that conflict.

If you ask me, I think it was a mistake to not get involved in Syria, since that is where ISIL came from. It's basically a terrorist resort now.
#76 - lesotho (11/07/2014) [-]
It is what happens when a big country has several interests in your territory... Oil, Gas, allied with Russia, near Iran and Israel... They seem the perfect place for "democracy" made in the US. You know, tons of money and weapons given to the right people and suddenly there is a revolution. Every politic in NATO knew all those resources where capted by radical muslim groups like ISIL and they kept sending it.

It is always the same story everywhere the US has economical or geopolitical interest. Libya, Egypt, Syria, Ucraine...
User avatar #85 - jdrinfantry (11/07/2014) [-]
the US didn't intervene in Syria. THAT is the crucial difference I brought up.
ISIL are radical muslims and they have seized oil fields in Syria, still no respond from the western world, and tell me, how does it look in Syria now? Is it better than Afghanistan or Iraq?
#115 - lesotho (11/07/2014) [-]
Well, what I meant is that NATO did intervene in Syria. War is not just a bunch of soldiers firing each other. If the US and their allies (and I am afraid my country is one of them) wanted peace in the region they should have left them alone. Syria is a secular state and NATO gave weapons to several groups to destabilize the country. One of those were the radical islamic ISIL. They kept giving weapons even when the Liberation Front of Syria (not sure if this is the name), who were fighting for a western-like democracy asked them to stop because they thought ISIL was much more dangerous than Assad, and as far as we have seen they were right.
User avatar #116 - jdrinfantry (11/07/2014) [-]
as far as I heard CIA had been largely unsuccessful in that attempt last year. Basically what NATO had done was disarm Assads biological weapons.

Besides, ISIL weaponry = Russian leftovers, american seized weapons from their campaign in Iraq and also "Blackmarket weapons" huh.
User avatar #55 - dantemp (11/07/2014) [-]
I'm actually not informed enough to give you an answer. I'm sure that things aren't as simple as I may made them seem, but I also know that the proneness for civil wars in Africa and the Middle east is due to the low culture level in those places, and if you want to truly liberate them you need to find a way to make them more civilized. And not by force. Maybe when we start sending robots that can take care of every need of theirs and poverty becomes a thing of the past then we could have true liberations.
User avatar #59 - jdrinfantry (11/07/2014) [-]
Syria was civilized. It was like Hawaii, people went there on vacation, to resorts. Educated population, good youth culture and all that. It was like any western country basically.
War is likely to strike anywhere, anytime but people just don't like to hear it. Like the crisis in Ukraine. It scares us. Thing is we need to get involved for it to end well. If we ingore it, it becomes a growing threat.
#1 - **dantemp rolled image ** 11/07/2014 on Tragic mistake +1
#4 - the simpson did it, eh? 11/07/2014 on Crutches +130
#15 - I love people that are like 'I feel like eating a banana next … 11/07/2014 on No thanks 0

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#25 - minionofdolan (11/18/2013) [-]
**minionofdolan rolled a random image posted in comment #6 at Well Shit... ** Nope sadly Im not trolling Ive been lurking beta threads, feels threads, and others along the same lines for about 4 days straight now across many chans. Im self esteem is at its lowest and I feel like venting to someone even if its a stranger on the internet. For you see in my real little world I am alone. I have no friends, most of family lives out of state, GF lives about 2 hours north of me so I only see her every couple months or so If Im lucky. Nope its just me. I guess im the stereotypical dork that is a basement dweller and has no life. I spend 90% of my time while not working of course on FJ,Chans,or a few mmo sites I play on that or some xbox that's about it. Sadly I love playing vidya games but Im terrible at most. If you ever checked my **** its always at the lowest difficulty due to me not being able to actually play very well. More later I suppose. So I know this is a stupid amerifag question but never been out of the u.s What is it like where you hail from?
User avatar #26 to #25 - dantemp (11/18/2013) [-]
Well, that's a difficulty question. I've never been in America (never actually lived anywhere, except in Rome for a week, for one disastrously bad PES tournament) so I can't have an informed opinion.

That being said, I've watched enough television and read enough things, to have the opinion that here is quite less cool.
There are things that are ridiculously bad, like the fact that most of the people have salaries around $400 per month but the fuel is something like twice more expensive. Same with gaming, if you pay $400 for a PS4, I pay 400 euros, which is ******** . Don't get me started on health care, it is normal for a people that can't work anything to not get any help, not to mention people insane to the point of inability to take care of themselves.
It's not all bad though, you still can do good things if you know what you're doing. You still can make money. The mentality of the people older than me is ****** up though. My father for instance is convinced that the term "defending your rights" is fairytale. Good that my mother taught me to do it, so I recently managed to fix a tax that was unfairly given to me. As a whole people that have grown during the socialist regime are pretty ****** up, bitter, angry and aggressive. There are exception of course, but most of the times someone gets on my nerve, is someone like that. We have our " ******* " - gypsies. Their culture is pretty barbarian, but this being "anti racist" times, our government does almost nothing about it, actually condoning their criminal behavior. They make me see why some people could grow racist. It's not right, but I can see why it can happen. I've written a post about it here: www.funnyjunk.com/if+we+all+could+just+learn+from+this/funny-pictures/4886208/108#108

Our political state is a joke. None of the parties seem fit to rule over the country. There was this one guy that seemed good (he ****** up our health and school systems, but we know why he did it, moving the money to take care of the infrastructure of country and actually finishing what he started) but recently he acted like a little bitch, giving up to the pressure some assholes put upon him and resigning 3-4 months before the new election (he was a prime minister and he pulled off everyone from his party) and I lost faith in him too. Now the people that got the most votes are ex-socialist and people are protesting like crazy. I think the mob in front of the government is there for 6 months now.

Anything more specific?
#27 to #26 - anonymous (11/18/2013) [-]
**anonymous rolled a random image posted in comment #77 at Animal facts ** Well then...that pretty much sums it up for me. Also ps4 is 600 here
**anonymous rolled a random image posted in comment #77 at Animal facts ** Well then...that pretty much sums it up for me. Also ps4 is 600 here
User avatar #28 to #27 - dantemp (11/18/2013) [-]
what? you sure? isn't this like a bundle or something? I'm pretty sure that the standard package is 400.
User avatar #24 - crimsontyyde (08/13/2013) [-]
bb, bbpls luv me bb, bb y wnt u lk me in the eyes whn we mk luv bb?
#20 - crzycuban (08/08/2013) [-]
gimme the link to that jessica post that pixelated PLEASE
User avatar #18 - thenopepope (08/08/2013) [-]
You are the hero funnyjunk needs
User avatar #16 - diverdee (08/08/2013) [-]
You got so many thumps on that anon-jessica text didnt you?
But You also deserve it! you are the man.. Or the woman if that is the case!
User avatar #17 to #16 - dantemp (08/08/2013) [-]
yes I did, and it makes me pretty happy
but if there was anything more I could do so the guy from 4chan could feel the win he caused, I would have done it a 100 times...
User avatar #14 - tdogmeds (08/08/2013) [-]
Dude, I gotta thank you for puttin in the work on that greentext.
#7 - supertanto (02/14/2013) [-]
I am sincerely sorry for being a faggot. On my behalf, I honor you with a ****
User avatar #8 to #7 - dantemp (02/14/2013) [-]
Dude, comment on my profile? You are taking this too seriously, I'm starting to feel bad that I actually hurt your feelings....
User avatar #9 to #8 - supertanto (02/14/2013) [-]
lol its k i was gonna kill myself tonight anyway
User avatar #10 to #9 - dantemp (02/14/2013) [-]
Oh, good, I was worried there for a second. Phew.
User avatar #11 to #10 - supertanto (02/14/2013) [-]
i died
User avatar #12 to #11 - dantemp (02/14/2013) [-]
Wow. They got WiFi down there?
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