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#295 - >mfw nobody makes jokes about satanism so I have nothing to…  [+] (6 new replies) 05/24/2012 on Shitstorms in FJ +4
#464 - xxxsonic fanxxx (05/24/2012) [-]
That's because you ARE the joke.
User avatar #468 - darklucius (05/25/2012) [-]
lol k
#312 - Stevethewizard (05/24/2012) [-]
Enjoying your fifth try at the eighth grade?
#319 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Nope. Am enjoying my third year at college though :3

They even gave me a job tutoring math.
#323 - Stevethewizard (05/24/2012) [-]
See? Make a joke, and smart people shrug it off. Thumbs for you, good sir.
#327 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
wait, that was a joke? I thought you were being serious...

I just shrug haters off by making it seem like I don't even give a fuck that they exist. Usually pisses them off even more, which is entertaining :3
#1 - "when you see it will **** bricks girls bath…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/24/2012 on when you see it will shit... +2
User avatar #6 - kirkbot (05/24/2012) [-]
>all tags removed
someone's Jimmies had been rustled
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#1288 - Interesting. Anyways, I need to sleep nao. thank you for the d…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/24/2012 on For a Good Cause 0
#1289 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
yw
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#1286 - Yes, i get all that, but I find it very unlikely that populati…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/24/2012 on For a Good Cause 0
#1287 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
I won't give you a definite answer for that because that is so far into the future in such a chaotic and unpredictable system that nobody can say what will happen with a significant degree of certainty. I can just say that eventually population growth will decrease significantly from its current levels if it continues to follow current trends.
User avatar #1288 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Interesting. Anyways, I need to sleep nao. thank you for the discussion. :3
#1289 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
yw
#1284 - Interesting. However, I still doubt your sources, which show p…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/24/2012 on For a Good Cause 0
#1285 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
It's certainly believable. I doubt population will stop growing overall before 2050, but birth rates in third world countries (they multiply like rabbits) should substantially reduce as the conditions that cause people to reproduce so much go away. People in Africa have so many children because they think of it as an investment. When you're 50 and can't work but need to go to the doctor, 2 children won't be able to pay for you. 10 on the other hand... So even though it makes absolutely no sense at first glance, the troll logic that is international affairs will probably reduce population as conditions improve globally.
User avatar #1286 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Yes, i get all that, but I find it very unlikely that population will fall. People will stop having kids as fast as they do, but will there really be so few births that the birth rate falls below the death rate?
#1287 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
I won't give you a definite answer for that because that is so far into the future in such a chaotic and unpredictable system that nobody can say what will happen with a significant degree of certainty. I can just say that eventually population growth will decrease significantly from its current levels if it continues to follow current trends.
User avatar #1288 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Interesting. Anyways, I need to sleep nao. thank you for the discussion. :3
#1289 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
yw
#1281 - didn't create a link for some reason, gonna have to copy/paste…  [+] (8 new replies) 05/24/2012 on For a Good Cause 0
#1283 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
Addendum: Take a look at this link for further proof.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQfU1HCK3t8&feature=related
#1282 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
World population is increasing but the growth rate is slowing down. Wikipedia is the quickest source I found that was on an international scale but if you put in some time you'll find other credible sites corroborating this trend.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_population

If you'll examine the below link, you'll see that population growth is most prevalent in poor countries while modernized nations are either at a standstill or even are declining in population. As the third world countries begin modernization and catching up, population growth is expected to decline as parents will neither have the time or motivation for so many kids. If they do not modernize, then half of those kids are going to die of starvation, disease, and war.

www.nationmaster.com/graph/peo_pro_pop_gro-people-projected-population-growth
User avatar #1284 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Interesting. However, I still doubt your sources, which show population declining. Even if the growth rate falls, I find it extremely hard to believe that it would fall into the negative, causing total population to fall as well. Medical research will only continue prolonging our life spans, and as long as there is at least one birth for each death the world population will continue to rise.

TL;DR: I agree that the growth rate of the world's population may be falling, but your sources show the world's population decreasing, which I find hard to believe as that would require less than one birth for every death.
#1285 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
It's certainly believable. I doubt population will stop growing overall before 2050, but birth rates in third world countries (they multiply like rabbits) should substantially reduce as the conditions that cause people to reproduce so much go away. People in Africa have so many children because they think of it as an investment. When you're 50 and can't work but need to go to the doctor, 2 children won't be able to pay for you. 10 on the other hand... So even though it makes absolutely no sense at first glance, the troll logic that is international affairs will probably reduce population as conditions improve globally.
User avatar #1286 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Yes, i get all that, but I find it very unlikely that population will fall. People will stop having kids as fast as they do, but will there really be so few births that the birth rate falls below the death rate?
#1287 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
I won't give you a definite answer for that because that is so far into the future in such a chaotic and unpredictable system that nobody can say what will happen with a significant degree of certainty. I can just say that eventually population growth will decrease significantly from its current levels if it continues to follow current trends.
User avatar #1288 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Interesting. Anyways, I need to sleep nao. thank you for the discussion. :3
#1289 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
yw
#1280 - http://www.dreamdirt.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Buy-Iowa-f… 05/24/2012 on For a Good Cause 0
#1278 - Well, we will need more food at some point. The worlds populat…  [+] (11 new replies) 05/24/2012 on For a Good Cause 0
#1279 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
Population growth rates are actually decreasing. But good point. We might as well tinker with the technology needed in case we do hit a critical point.
User avatar #1281 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
didn't create a link for some reason, gonna have to copy/paste it to see it...
#1283 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
Addendum: Take a look at this link for further proof.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQfU1HCK3t8&feature=related
#1282 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
World population is increasing but the growth rate is slowing down. Wikipedia is the quickest source I found that was on an international scale but if you put in some time you'll find other credible sites corroborating this trend.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_population

If you'll examine the below link, you'll see that population growth is most prevalent in poor countries while modernized nations are either at a standstill or even are declining in population. As the third world countries begin modernization and catching up, population growth is expected to decline as parents will neither have the time or motivation for so many kids. If they do not modernize, then half of those kids are going to die of starvation, disease, and war.

www.nationmaster.com/graph/peo_pro_pop_gro-people-projected-population-growth
User avatar #1284 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Interesting. However, I still doubt your sources, which show population declining. Even if the growth rate falls, I find it extremely hard to believe that it would fall into the negative, causing total population to fall as well. Medical research will only continue prolonging our life spans, and as long as there is at least one birth for each death the world population will continue to rise.

TL;DR: I agree that the growth rate of the world's population may be falling, but your sources show the world's population decreasing, which I find hard to believe as that would require less than one birth for every death.
#1285 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
It's certainly believable. I doubt population will stop growing overall before 2050, but birth rates in third world countries (they multiply like rabbits) should substantially reduce as the conditions that cause people to reproduce so much go away. People in Africa have so many children because they think of it as an investment. When you're 50 and can't work but need to go to the doctor, 2 children won't be able to pay for you. 10 on the other hand... So even though it makes absolutely no sense at first glance, the troll logic that is international affairs will probably reduce population as conditions improve globally.
User avatar #1286 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Yes, i get all that, but I find it very unlikely that population will fall. People will stop having kids as fast as they do, but will there really be so few births that the birth rate falls below the death rate?
#1287 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
I won't give you a definite answer for that because that is so far into the future in such a chaotic and unpredictable system that nobody can say what will happen with a significant degree of certainty. I can just say that eventually population growth will decrease significantly from its current levels if it continues to follow current trends.
User avatar #1288 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Interesting. Anyways, I need to sleep nao. thank you for the discussion. :3
#1289 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
yw
User avatar #1280 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
http://www.dreamdirt.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Buy-Iowa-farmland.jpg
#76 - link? 05/24/2012 on Chomp +1
#8 - lol oh... XD 05/24/2012 on You know you're screwed when 0
#6 - Comment deleted 05/24/2012 on You know you're screwed when 0
#5 - ... I'm confused. Why did you link me to that? To show that it…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/24/2012 on You know you're screwed when 0
User avatar #7 - pandation (05/24/2012) [-]
that and because they are gingers in the picture to go along with your joke...
User avatar #8 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
lol oh... XD
#1 - and now, I have a new series to look up :3 05/24/2012 on Ponies and Touhou -3
#1 - gingers. that is all.  [+] (6 new replies) 05/24/2012 on You know you're screwed when +3
#4 - yumchicken (05/24/2012) [-]
nice catch, i forgot about that one. but the point of the pic is obvious, I hope. :D
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User avatar #5 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
... I'm confused. Why did you link me to that? To show that it's a repost?
User avatar #7 - pandation (05/24/2012) [-]
that and because they are gingers in the picture to go along with your joke...
User avatar #8 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
lol oh... XD
#1276 - I'm noticing a pattern here among the naysayers. All the probl…  [+] (13 new replies) 05/24/2012 on For a Good Cause 0
#1277 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
Yes, I picked problems already existing because we know that these kinds of problems have happened and are likely to occur in the future. Theoretical events are much harder to predict and much less likely to occur. I can say with a lot more certainty that x event will happen based on history and current events than y event will happen based on my theoretical projection of the future.

Also, I've come to the conclusion that neither side really has any argument for either significantly reducing meat production or for maintaining current meat production levels. They're more of "that would be nice, but not necessary" arguments.

I think you've already noted the pros for crop expansion and cons for meat. Switching to a purely vegetable, or heavily reducing the meat in, diet would require a dramatic shifting of the economies of the world and require several businesses to close down. Meat interests would definitely fight that with the result that there would not be a unified response to a closure of meat production in the world's governments.

Most significantly, why do we need more food? There's enough grain in the world to feed everyone a 3000 something calorie diet. Not to mention the numerous amounts of other food we have. A balanced diet is important. Meat is part of that balanced diet. It's what enabled us to evolve such unusually large brains.
User avatar #1278 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Well, we will need more food at some point. The worlds population is exploding because medicine allows us to live longer and people refuse to stop having insane amounts of kids. We need to do what China is doing globally. That is, restrict the number of people being born. Maybe have some sort of licensing program too so that only people capable of handing a child can have one...

Either that, or we need to seriously ramp up our food production in preparation, because our population isn't just increasing, but it's increasing more rapidly than it ever has before. We need to get a head start on increasing our food production because at current reproduction rates what we are currently able to supply now probably won't be enough in 100 years or less...
#1279 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
Population growth rates are actually decreasing. But good point. We might as well tinker with the technology needed in case we do hit a critical point.
User avatar #1281 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
didn't create a link for some reason, gonna have to copy/paste it to see it...
#1283 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
Addendum: Take a look at this link for further proof.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQfU1HCK3t8&feature=related
#1282 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
World population is increasing but the growth rate is slowing down. Wikipedia is the quickest source I found that was on an international scale but if you put in some time you'll find other credible sites corroborating this trend.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_population

If you'll examine the below link, you'll see that population growth is most prevalent in poor countries while modernized nations are either at a standstill or even are declining in population. As the third world countries begin modernization and catching up, population growth is expected to decline as parents will neither have the time or motivation for so many kids. If they do not modernize, then half of those kids are going to die of starvation, disease, and war.

www.nationmaster.com/graph/peo_pro_pop_gro-people-projected-population-growth
User avatar #1284 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Interesting. However, I still doubt your sources, which show population declining. Even if the growth rate falls, I find it extremely hard to believe that it would fall into the negative, causing total population to fall as well. Medical research will only continue prolonging our life spans, and as long as there is at least one birth for each death the world population will continue to rise.

TL;DR: I agree that the growth rate of the world's population may be falling, but your sources show the world's population decreasing, which I find hard to believe as that would require less than one birth for every death.
#1285 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
It's certainly believable. I doubt population will stop growing overall before 2050, but birth rates in third world countries (they multiply like rabbits) should substantially reduce as the conditions that cause people to reproduce so much go away. People in Africa have so many children because they think of it as an investment. When you're 50 and can't work but need to go to the doctor, 2 children won't be able to pay for you. 10 on the other hand... So even though it makes absolutely no sense at first glance, the troll logic that is international affairs will probably reduce population as conditions improve globally.
User avatar #1286 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Yes, i get all that, but I find it very unlikely that population will fall. People will stop having kids as fast as they do, but will there really be so few births that the birth rate falls below the death rate?
#1287 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
I won't give you a definite answer for that because that is so far into the future in such a chaotic and unpredictable system that nobody can say what will happen with a significant degree of certainty. I can just say that eventually population growth will decrease significantly from its current levels if it continues to follow current trends.
User avatar #1288 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Interesting. Anyways, I need to sleep nao. thank you for the discussion. :3
#1289 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
yw
User avatar #1280 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
http://www.dreamdirt.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Buy-Iowa-farmland.jpg
#483 - yay 05/24/2012 on wait WHAT +1
#476 - Actually made me lol  [+] (2 new replies) 05/24/2012 on wait WHAT +1
User avatar #480 - majikal (05/24/2012) [-]
well your avatar made me lol. so thumbs up for you as well
#483 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
yay
#1273 - :3 05/24/2012 on For a Good Cause +1
#1272 - if we globally switched to a vegetarian diet, it would necessi…  [+] (15 new replies) 05/24/2012 on For a Good Cause 0
#1275 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
Oh god I just realized what your avatar was.

If the world population continues exploding like it is now, then we'll need to start growing more vegetables to feed the world. If not, then there's really no reason or desire to do so. A lot of land used for livestock is unsuitable for growing crops and animals produce much more than just meat. Just a cow can produce dozens of products other than meat like lard, leather, fertilizer (necessary for the breakneck production rates of crops we have) and much more. Also, overproduction of crops is a bad thing. That in itself can lead to an artificial famine because when the price of crops fall to unbearable levels, farmers tend to produce more to make up the shortfall until it's not even profitable to ship the food out (Great Depression).

What also happens is a specialization of crop. In South America, countries have dedicated their entire agricultures to the production of coffee beans (among other crops) because of its high export value. The result is other items are heavily imported, driving their prices up above what the average person can (or wants to) afford. They then must resort to the limited variety that is domestically grown. In the end, you have the typical person living off of beans and maybe another type of vegetable that is cheap at the moment.

Of course, this is all predicated on the assumption that free trade will remain far into the future. Lots of things will work one way in theory and another way in practice. Our views are not as well developed as someone specializing in international crop markets and very likely to be wrong. It's an amusing mental exercise nonetheless.
User avatar #1276 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
I'm noticing a pattern here among the naysayers. All the problems you list with my idea are problems that already exist. Sure, some people have terrible diets already, and some crops only grow in certain areas, but those problems already exist and will not worsen with the implementation of a global vegetarian diet.

Also, farmers just need to be smarter about how they grow crops. Just like any well run company, when prices start to fall because of market surplus, you restrict your production. Farmers are apparently fucking retarded if their response to a market surplus issue is to produce more...

And pretty much everything else that you need animals to get we can do without. For clarification, I only mean to stop producing animals for slaughter. Keeping cows for milk or chickens for eggs would be fine, as they actually produce quite a bit compared to what they eat, and could be easily confined to areas not suitable for crops.
#1277 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
Yes, I picked problems already existing because we know that these kinds of problems have happened and are likely to occur in the future. Theoretical events are much harder to predict and much less likely to occur. I can say with a lot more certainty that x event will happen based on history and current events than y event will happen based on my theoretical projection of the future.

Also, I've come to the conclusion that neither side really has any argument for either significantly reducing meat production or for maintaining current meat production levels. They're more of "that would be nice, but not necessary" arguments.

I think you've already noted the pros for crop expansion and cons for meat. Switching to a purely vegetable, or heavily reducing the meat in, diet would require a dramatic shifting of the economies of the world and require several businesses to close down. Meat interests would definitely fight that with the result that there would not be a unified response to a closure of meat production in the world's governments.

Most significantly, why do we need more food? There's enough grain in the world to feed everyone a 3000 something calorie diet. Not to mention the numerous amounts of other food we have. A balanced diet is important. Meat is part of that balanced diet. It's what enabled us to evolve such unusually large brains.
User avatar #1278 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Well, we will need more food at some point. The worlds population is exploding because medicine allows us to live longer and people refuse to stop having insane amounts of kids. We need to do what China is doing globally. That is, restrict the number of people being born. Maybe have some sort of licensing program too so that only people capable of handing a child can have one...

Either that, or we need to seriously ramp up our food production in preparation, because our population isn't just increasing, but it's increasing more rapidly than it ever has before. We need to get a head start on increasing our food production because at current reproduction rates what we are currently able to supply now probably won't be enough in 100 years or less...
#1279 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
Population growth rates are actually decreasing. But good point. We might as well tinker with the technology needed in case we do hit a critical point.
User avatar #1281 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
didn't create a link for some reason, gonna have to copy/paste it to see it...
#1283 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
Addendum: Take a look at this link for further proof.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQfU1HCK3t8&feature=related
#1282 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
World population is increasing but the growth rate is slowing down. Wikipedia is the quickest source I found that was on an international scale but if you put in some time you'll find other credible sites corroborating this trend.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_population

If you'll examine the below link, you'll see that population growth is most prevalent in poor countries while modernized nations are either at a standstill or even are declining in population. As the third world countries begin modernization and catching up, population growth is expected to decline as parents will neither have the time or motivation for so many kids. If they do not modernize, then half of those kids are going to die of starvation, disease, and war.

www.nationmaster.com/graph/peo_pro_pop_gro-people-projected-population-growth
User avatar #1284 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Interesting. However, I still doubt your sources, which show population declining. Even if the growth rate falls, I find it extremely hard to believe that it would fall into the negative, causing total population to fall as well. Medical research will only continue prolonging our life spans, and as long as there is at least one birth for each death the world population will continue to rise.

TL;DR: I agree that the growth rate of the world's population may be falling, but your sources show the world's population decreasing, which I find hard to believe as that would require less than one birth for every death.
#1285 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
It's certainly believable. I doubt population will stop growing overall before 2050, but birth rates in third world countries (they multiply like rabbits) should substantially reduce as the conditions that cause people to reproduce so much go away. People in Africa have so many children because they think of it as an investment. When you're 50 and can't work but need to go to the doctor, 2 children won't be able to pay for you. 10 on the other hand... So even though it makes absolutely no sense at first glance, the troll logic that is international affairs will probably reduce population as conditions improve globally.
User avatar #1286 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Yes, i get all that, but I find it very unlikely that population will fall. People will stop having kids as fast as they do, but will there really be so few births that the birth rate falls below the death rate?
#1287 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
I won't give you a definite answer for that because that is so far into the future in such a chaotic and unpredictable system that nobody can say what will happen with a significant degree of certainty. I can just say that eventually population growth will decrease significantly from its current levels if it continues to follow current trends.
User avatar #1288 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
Interesting. Anyways, I need to sleep nao. thank you for the discussion. :3
#1289 - ARRRGGGG (05/24/2012) [-]
yw
User avatar #1280 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
http://www.dreamdirt.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Buy-Iowa-farmland.jpg
#639 - lol k 05/23/2012 on Eurofags win 0
#1261 - Hmm... Well sorry for the harsh comment before. Just can't see…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/23/2012 on For a Good Cause +1
User avatar #1268 - amsel (05/23/2012) [-]
All good man, I enjoyed the debate.
User avatar #1273 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
:3
#1258 - I can see the comment you marked as #2, but not the one you ma…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/23/2012 on For a Good Cause +1
User avatar #1260 - amsel (05/23/2012) [-]
That's weird, no idea man. Sorry.
User avatar #1261 - darklucius (05/23/2012) [-]
Hmm... Well sorry for the harsh comment before. Just can't see who you're replying to I guess... xD
User avatar #1268 - amsel (05/23/2012) [-]
All good man, I enjoyed the debate.
User avatar #1273 - darklucius (05/24/2012) [-]
:3

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User avatar #22 - drvvatson (07/29/2012) [-]
Hey, watsonthewise here. I lost my old profile due to password recovery failure so im just adding all my old friends again.
User avatar #20 - bosskiss (07/11/2012) [-]
here is a guide that may help you with your audio output problems[just follow the steps]

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also if none of this works can you provide me with some of your laptop specs
User avatar #21 to #20 - darklucius (07/11/2012) [-]
I already tried messing with all the options I could find on my computer. Nothing made them any louder. I think the problem is that the speakers I'm trying to use aren't amplified.

I do have speakers that are amplified, and they work great, but they aren't exactly portable either... Having a smaller set that I can take with me is why I'm trying to figure out this problem...

Also, it's a Toshiba Sattelite P755. Not sure what other specs you need...
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User avatar #19 to #17 - darklucius (05/21/2012) [-]
Imma delete this so princedickfart don't get banned (in case anyone rolls it), but if anyone requests it here on my profile I'll repost it...
User avatar #5 - AwesomeJT (05/03/2012) [-]
im guessing either your a gay or another retarded little bitch
User avatar #6 to #5 - darklucius (05/03/2012) [-]
Neither actually. Straight and intelligent. Not sure what sexuality has to do with that though.

I should probably leave this site though. All the retards get butthurt when I start slinging intelligent comments around.
User avatar #7 to #6 - AwesomeJT (05/03/2012) [-]
yea funnyjunk isn't good for people who...you kno have an opinion, try 9gag (in all seriousness) 9gag i think is more open to that kind of stuff
User avatar #8 to #7 - darklucius (05/03/2012) [-]
You know, it's kinda fun here. Pissing off all the opinionated little retards. Watching them roll around in their own **** because they think thumbing someone down means they won an argument. Rather entertaining.
User avatar #9 to #8 - AwesomeJT (05/03/2012) [-]
lol it actually is, but um your kinda doing that same thumb thing O_o
#10 to #9 - darklucius (05/03/2012) [-]
By celestia... you're right. I take back any negative thumbs I gave you for the duration of our conversation...
User avatar #11 to #10 - AwesomeJT (05/03/2012) [-]
its fine, i need to stay out of front page anyways xD, everytime i go there something bad happens....
#12 to #11 - darklucius (05/03/2012) [-]
>mfw 99% of the things people post on this site
>mfw 99% of the things people post on this site
#13 to #12 - AwesomeJT (05/03/2012) [-]
its more (just made this so it sucks, kinda liek windows 7 paint)
User avatar #4 - lazaman (04/28/2012) [-]
If you want the Disks, Gonna need an adress. Deleted mah Post.
User avatar #2 - redwolfradolf (03/28/2012) [-]
Your profil pic made me lol.
#3 to #2 - darklucius (03/28/2012) [-]
/squee
/squee
User avatar #1 - darklucius (02/19/2012) [-]
lolwat
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