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dashandsmash

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Date Signed Up:2/10/2013
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#128 - It might not but it might make a parent go "Oh **** my ch…  [+] (2 replies) 07/09/2016 on Gun safety 0
#201 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
why the fuck are you "hiding" guns and don't have proper safe, ffs?
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#203 - dashandsmash (07/09/2016) [-]
Because some people think that just because somethings not in plain site that it's impossible to find.
#125 - Well there are some parents who don't teach their kids the bas…  [+] (5 replies) 07/09/2016 on Gun safety 0
#178 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
You do realise that some of the kids who tamper with guns know perfectly well that these harm people?

Were you living under a rock? You don't know what school shootings are? Kids are dumb, have no legitimate concept of many things yet, and if they will start thinking something retarded, you have no means of mind controlling them to stop, I hope you realise that. Even children who were give the best possible raising methods and all the care in the world can turn out to be dumb, fucked up people. It's magic, I ain't gonna explain shit.
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#126 - hikakiller (07/09/2016) [-]
That's why i'm saying I don't understand. This isn't gonna change parental negligence.
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#128 - dashandsmash (07/09/2016) [-]
It might not but it might make a parent go "Oh shit my children know where my gun is. I better hide it somewhere better or talk to my kids about gun safety."
#201 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
why the fuck are you "hiding" guns and don't have proper safe, ffs?
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#203 - dashandsmash (07/09/2016) [-]
Because some people think that just because somethings not in plain site that it's impossible to find.
#121 - I think the concept is more along the lines of "Know if y…  [+] (15 replies) 07/09/2016 on Gun safety +10
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#123 - hikakiller (07/09/2016) [-]
Understandable, but the first thing I'd teach my kids was not to touch them unless supervised. I understand it doesn't always work, but i'm hoping it works for the time or two i forget to secure the gun. I know I never found my dad's guns, and even if i had, i knew what they were and how dangerous they were.
#218 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
They are a kid. They will still do it when you're not looking. This way you will know.
#206 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
Sorry man but how can you forget to secure a gun? Especially if you have kids.
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#239 - hikakiller (07/09/2016) [-]
That's the point of what I'm saying, you dingus.
#200 - miasaki (07/09/2016) [-]
I did not really see it as a parental assistance tool with firearms as any parent worth their salt would teach their children firearm safety to some extent, educate them on the dangers and keep them somewhere other than out in the open; I saw the tech as a early warning tool. This is for 2 scenarios mostly:
1. You have a child or loved one in the household that has special needs. You do your best to hide the firearm, and it lets you know if they found it. Not an "Oh shit, I need to hurry home!" but more of a "I need to secure it better". If they happen to put it back to where it does not appear tampered (Somewhere it can jostle a bit or difficult to discern), this system would be useful.

2. Someone decides to steal your shit. You know for certain that no one else is supposed to have access to the firearm (Live alone, its in a lock box, etc.). That system alerts you, contact authorities about a possible burglary in progress and notify them about the firearm. Chances are its not a simple/quick removal unless you come properly equipped, and ready for it.

I dont think this is some piece of equipment that everyone should immediately go buy and it'll change firearm ownership drastically, but I do see it as an additional precaution that can be taken and help in uncommon situations, especially when those situations are big ones people can be concerned with when it comes to owning a firearm.
#208 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
Thats a bit fucked suggesting this is good if you have a special needs person living with you. Cos only a special needs kids kid would find a gun and think it would be fun to play with right? Kids in general are prone to this regardless if you teach them not to.
#210 - miasaki (07/09/2016) [-]
Ha, anon can't read a full sentence. "Loved one" is not age exclusive. Try expanding your vocabulary and strengthen that reading comprehension. Past a 6th grade lvl aught to set you up nicely.
#211 - miasaki (07/09/2016) [-]
ought*
#136 - gigabowzer (07/09/2016) [-]
Even with properly teaching kids the basics of gun safety, kids do tend to break rules.
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#125 - dashandsmash (07/09/2016) [-]
Well there are some parents who don't teach their kids the basic concept of "This thing will really hurt someone, never use it." These are the kids you see in the news where they were playing with it, the parent had no idea that the kids knew where it was, and someone ends up getting shot.
#178 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
You do realise that some of the kids who tamper with guns know perfectly well that these harm people?

Were you living under a rock? You don't know what school shootings are? Kids are dumb, have no legitimate concept of many things yet, and if they will start thinking something retarded, you have no means of mind controlling them to stop, I hope you realise that. Even children who were give the best possible raising methods and all the care in the world can turn out to be dumb, fucked up people. It's magic, I ain't gonna explain shit.
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#126 - hikakiller (07/09/2016) [-]
That's why i'm saying I don't understand. This isn't gonna change parental negligence.
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#128 - dashandsmash (07/09/2016) [-]
It might not but it might make a parent go "Oh shit my children know where my gun is. I better hide it somewhere better or talk to my kids about gun safety."
#201 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
why the fuck are you "hiding" guns and don't have proper safe, ffs?
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#203 - dashandsmash (07/09/2016) [-]
Because some people think that just because somethings not in plain site that it's impossible to find.
#45 - I think that she might be moved to defense if they are introdu…  [+] (1 reply) 07/09/2016 on Symmetras still a thing? +1
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#58 - thegamepixel (07/09/2016) [-]
They have 6 defense and 4 support. I don't think she'll be moved.
#53 - Well you are a SICK person for knowing where this is from. I d…  [+] (1 reply) 07/09/2016 on Stealth-heart +3
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#55 - blargatard (07/09/2016) [-]
Here ya go,fellow sick bastard. goo.gl/1F7F4e
#115 - >Hey I'm a white guy and I want to make an entertainment ou…  [+] (1 reply) 07/09/2016 on Doesn't Matter If It's... +2
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#145 - beardgasm (07/09/2016) [-]
But why? Most networks already pander to white audiences.
#3 - This is my problem with people leaving during ranked matches. …  [+] (11 replies) 07/08/2016 on Ranked matches +63
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#15 - farted (07/09/2016) [-]
We had someone on our team leave, and we won the 5v6. I got 2 gold medals and 1 silver. I then proceeded to get diddly fucking squat for the win.

I don't know if it's because the game sensed that someone left, so the winners would barely get any points. But that's assuming that the full team would win. We won a completely hopeless match by using great teamwork, then got fucked in the ass by the point system. I was expecting a pretty hefty reward too.
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#9 - zekeon (07/08/2016) [-]
>Blizzard
>Fixing
"In this latest patch, due to recent complaints, we have decided that when someone leaves a ranked game nobody will receive any experience at the end of the ranked game. This will ensure a fair environment in the future."
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#18 - yuichka (07/09/2016) [-]
It's so fucking retarded...
There is a simple fix to that...

Winning:
Winning team should get all the credit for no matter who left.
Losing:
If someone left a match and you lost, unless you're in a group of them you should not receive and extra penalty for that player leaving.
However, if the player that leaves the match is in your group, you both receive penalties.

This way it would ensure that people who have nothing to do with the leavers do not get shit on, and those who leave and their friends get fucked.
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#25 - jaggsauce (07/09/2016) [-]
so now i should be punished if one of my friends disconnects/goes full retard?... i don't see how that's fair.
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#27 - yuichka (07/09/2016) [-]
Well yes..?
If you have friends that leave games then it's not a good sign well is it.
I couldn't care less, by going in competitive match you commit to a match on which you strive to win and not fuck around and be mad.

Accidental leaves cannot be predicted but hey, it is so, so rare for that to happen, and if you know your internet is shit maybe then competitive isn't for you at all, if you know very well you might disconnect during a game you've commited.
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#28 - jaggsauce (07/09/2016) [-]
i don't i'm just saying that in case they ragequit i don't think its fair that it affects me.
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#29 - yuichka (07/09/2016) [-]
Don't play with people that ragequit though?
For all i know premades just leave when they lose and only one of them can be affected as of now, so each of them can just keep leaving once in a while and nothing will happen to them because they can take turns when things are not going well for them.
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#30 - jaggsauce (07/09/2016) [-]
i will repeat myself: I DON'T (play with people who ragequit)

But dude i can't predict the fucking future, and i don't know many of my "friends" in the game very well, so i don't really know how prone they are to ragequitting, all i have to go by is gut feeling, and if i make a mistake and team up with a retard, you're saying i should be punished for it?? you can't justify that... that's like saying all germans should have been executed because they were on team hitler.
#5 - inzvy (07/08/2016) [-]
Right now competitive mode is absolutely broken. Losing a game = losing 1 rating point, wining a game = getting something like 1/100 of a rating point.
I played 5 games after calibration. 4 wins, 1 loss. EVERY time somebody leaved. All wins were just waste of time.
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#11 - labree (07/08/2016) [-]
losing a game = losing 1 rating point
thats not how that works
it depends on your preformance, gold medals, silver, score etc.
also whether you were the underdog.
if you lose you will always lose some, but ive never lost a whole rank ever.
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#8 - createdjustnow (07/08/2016) [-]
if im near ranking up i need to lose 2 in a row to drop a rank, and if i win 2 in a row that's usually enough to rank up unless someone quits