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#10 - And then, using a rib from Adam, God created Eve. Ada… 03/02/2014 on 1000% done +4
#108 - Death is something to be devastated about, especially early, …  [+] (1 new reply) 02/25/2014 on Feels 0
#110 - krobeles (02/26/2014) [-]
Its never something to be devastated about. Devastation accomplishes nothing. Its something to be sad about, to be sure. Even fucking torn up for a bit. But to be devastated, deprives you of your own abillity to do what they can no longer do.
Live.
#104 - I knew of them. They were all in my class. I had plenty of fri…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/25/2014 on Feels 0
#107 - krobeles (02/25/2014) [-]
Those people are just aimless twats.
Death isn't something be devastated about. It isn't a bad thing. It isn't a good thing. Its a neutral thing.
Sure people are sad as fuck for a while after somebody near to them have died. Thats perfectly understandable. But after the period of sadness subsides, you shouldn't dwell on it. You should evaluate the impact that persons life had on you, and reflect on your own life in contrast to their death. Seek learning in the death of the people around you.
I always liked my grandpa, but never really talked much with him. After he died, i started looking into what kind of person he had been to try to make up for the attention i never really afforded him. Talked with my mom and dad for several hours, and looked through alot of the research he had done. What i realised, was that he was actually a really really cool dude, and i wish i had talked more with him.
I've taken that lesson to heart, and have rekindeled contact with my dad and grandmother, both of whom i had pretty much cut all contact with for a good 5-7 years solid.

Thats just an eksample though. My point is, either study the life and death of the person who passed on and learn a lesson from it that you can use to better your own life. If you cant find a lesson in their life/death, then their life simple didn't have enough impact on yours, for you to feel sad about anything.

If you disregard this advice, and decide to dwell on the death, then you're dishonoring their memory by effectively becomming their ghost. A broken person, clinging to a life that shall never be again. That isn't good for you, and it isn't what your dead friend would want you to do.


There. Take that, and read it to your death-depressed mates.
#108 - deletedmyaccount (02/25/2014) [-]
Death is something to be devastated about, especially early, and especially from MURDER.

They're okay, now. It's been a few years, everyone has moved on and accepted it. When it happened, though, it was devastating. That's all, man.
#110 - krobeles (02/26/2014) [-]
Its never something to be devastated about. Devastation accomplishes nothing. Its something to be sad about, to be sure. Even fucking torn up for a bit. But to be devastated, deprives you of your own abillity to do what they can no longer do.
Live.
#61 - It just pisses me off because those kids were murdered. By the…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/25/2014 on Feels 0
#63 - slightlyillegal (02/25/2014) [-]
It is unfortunate. I usually question the parents when I hear people talk like that. I'm hardly holier than thou, but when I stepped out of line I got my ass straightened out real quickly. Someday someone close to anyone and everyone will die. It's a reality that should be respected.
#5 - I liked the first two Infamous games a lot. Is Second Son any …  [+] (1 new reply) 02/25/2014 on why does this game gets so... 0
User avatar #8 - darknesincontrol (02/25/2014) [-]
its not out yet
#54 - I was a freshman. I didn't have the balls to. Besides, he was …  [+] (1 new reply) 02/25/2014 on Feels 0
User avatar #56 - theviusking (02/25/2014) [-]
Eh, when I was in highschool I had no balls at all but like I probably still would have stood up and fought them with words atleast, they'd call me a faggot or something that resembles a faggot in their vocabulary, like...faggut. By then I'd be waiting for them outside the caf to hit them as hard as I could with a food tray. Nowadays though, yeah I'd kill him.
#10 - For the longest time I thought this was shopped, but **…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/25/2014 on *Warning* Gore +6
User avatar #17 - frankstein (02/25/2014) [-]
#48 - Then the ********* at lunch who jokes about it li…  [+] (6 new replies) 02/25/2014 on Feels 0
#60 - slightlyillegal (02/25/2014) [-]
Personal experiences, both direct and indirect, have greatly shaped my views on such things. I have been humbled in ways I cannot readily describe and it brings me a great sense of dissatisfaction when people don't respect the gravity of some circumstances. People that make jokes about such misfortune and others that put on a big charade and pretend to be so depressed all dilute the severity of those that truly have problems. Anger is not the correct emotional response. Disappointment is.
#61 - deletedmyaccount (02/25/2014) [-]
It just pisses me off because those kids were murdered. By their father. I just don't understand how anyone hears about that and thinks it's okay to joke about. There is not a single okay thing about that.
#63 - slightlyillegal (02/25/2014) [-]
It is unfortunate. I usually question the parents when I hear people talk like that. I'm hardly holier than thou, but when I stepped out of line I got my ass straightened out real quickly. Someday someone close to anyone and everyone will die. It's a reality that should be respected.
User avatar #52 - theviusking (02/25/2014) [-]
He's the kind of person I wouldn't care how big he is, I would get up and smack him as hard as I could in the back of the head with a food tray you get when you go to a cafeteria.
#54 - deletedmyaccount (02/25/2014) [-]
I was a freshman. I didn't have the balls to. Besides, he was in a group of people, and I had no idea which one had actually said it.
User avatar #56 - theviusking (02/25/2014) [-]
Eh, when I was in highschool I had no balls at all but like I probably still would have stood up and fought them with words atleast, they'd call me a faggot or something that resembles a faggot in their vocabulary, like...faggut. By then I'd be waiting for them outside the caf to hit them as hard as I could with a food tray. Nowadays though, yeah I'd kill him.
#47 - There were so many people in my high school who died. Two kids…  [+] (13 new replies) 02/25/2014 on Feels +1
User avatar #74 - krobeles (02/25/2014) [-]
So a bunch of random blokes who died, made such a huge impression on you?
Riiiight...
#104 - deletedmyaccount (02/25/2014) [-]
I knew of them. They were all in my class. I had plenty of friends who were completely destroyed by these deaths. It's not the deaths that affected me, it's the devastation it caused.
#107 - krobeles (02/25/2014) [-]
Those people are just aimless twats.
Death isn't something be devastated about. It isn't a bad thing. It isn't a good thing. Its a neutral thing.
Sure people are sad as fuck for a while after somebody near to them have died. Thats perfectly understandable. But after the period of sadness subsides, you shouldn't dwell on it. You should evaluate the impact that persons life had on you, and reflect on your own life in contrast to their death. Seek learning in the death of the people around you.
I always liked my grandpa, but never really talked much with him. After he died, i started looking into what kind of person he had been to try to make up for the attention i never really afforded him. Talked with my mom and dad for several hours, and looked through alot of the research he had done. What i realised, was that he was actually a really really cool dude, and i wish i had talked more with him.
I've taken that lesson to heart, and have rekindeled contact with my dad and grandmother, both of whom i had pretty much cut all contact with for a good 5-7 years solid.

Thats just an eksample though. My point is, either study the life and death of the person who passed on and learn a lesson from it that you can use to better your own life. If you cant find a lesson in their life/death, then their life simple didn't have enough impact on yours, for you to feel sad about anything.

If you disregard this advice, and decide to dwell on the death, then you're dishonoring their memory by effectively becomming their ghost. A broken person, clinging to a life that shall never be again. That isn't good for you, and it isn't what your dead friend would want you to do.


There. Take that, and read it to your death-depressed mates.
#108 - deletedmyaccount (02/25/2014) [-]
Death is something to be devastated about, especially early, and especially from MURDER.

They're okay, now. It's been a few years, everyone has moved on and accepted it. When it happened, though, it was devastating. That's all, man.
#110 - krobeles (02/26/2014) [-]
Its never something to be devastated about. Devastation accomplishes nothing. Its something to be sad about, to be sure. Even fucking torn up for a bit. But to be devastated, deprives you of your own abillity to do what they can no longer do.
Live.
#57 - colonelroymustang (02/25/2014) [-]
I had a good friend die in a car accident two years back. He's got a sort of makeshift memorial about a mile from my house that I pass every day. I'm okay with the fact that he died- but he went into a coma beforehand and was in the hospital for two weeks while I had the flu, so I never got to visit him before he died. And, that really sucks, because the way his condition was I knew I'd be going to the hospital really to say goodbye and I never really got to do that before he was gone.
#48 - deletedmyaccount (02/25/2014) [-]
Then the shitstain at lunch who jokes about it literally being "freshman kill day."

I swear to god, I hate almost hate that person more than the father who killed his own family. He was at least mentally unstable and crazy. This was a totally sane individual with no respect for the suffering of hundreds of people.
#60 - slightlyillegal (02/25/2014) [-]
Personal experiences, both direct and indirect, have greatly shaped my views on such things. I have been humbled in ways I cannot readily describe and it brings me a great sense of dissatisfaction when people don't respect the gravity of some circumstances. People that make jokes about such misfortune and others that put on a big charade and pretend to be so depressed all dilute the severity of those that truly have problems. Anger is not the correct emotional response. Disappointment is.
#61 - deletedmyaccount (02/25/2014) [-]
It just pisses me off because those kids were murdered. By their father. I just don't understand how anyone hears about that and thinks it's okay to joke about. There is not a single okay thing about that.
#63 - slightlyillegal (02/25/2014) [-]
It is unfortunate. I usually question the parents when I hear people talk like that. I'm hardly holier than thou, but when I stepped out of line I got my ass straightened out real quickly. Someday someone close to anyone and everyone will die. It's a reality that should be respected.
User avatar #52 - theviusking (02/25/2014) [-]
He's the kind of person I wouldn't care how big he is, I would get up and smack him as hard as I could in the back of the head with a food tray you get when you go to a cafeteria.
#54 - deletedmyaccount (02/25/2014) [-]
I was a freshman. I didn't have the balls to. Besides, he was in a group of people, and I had no idea which one had actually said it.
User avatar #56 - theviusking (02/25/2014) [-]
Eh, when I was in highschool I had no balls at all but like I probably still would have stood up and fought them with words atleast, they'd call me a faggot or something that resembles a faggot in their vocabulary, like...faggut. By then I'd be waiting for them outside the caf to hit them as hard as I could with a food tray. Nowadays though, yeah I'd kill him.
#85 - Or the Prequels of Star Wars.  [+] (1 new reply) 02/25/2014 on I miss the scrubs fad 0
User avatar #86 - thatscrewedupkid (02/25/2014) [-]
those are tolerable except for the retarded gungan who shall remain nameless
#61 - Male models aren't power fantasies. Besides, these people aren… 02/20/2014 on Dear feminists -1
#27 - Guys, He-Man is also a male fantasy. It's not that d…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/20/2014 on Dear feminists 0
#51 - lyiat (02/20/2014) [-]
#61 - deletedmyaccount (02/20/2014) [-]
Male models aren't power fantasies. Besides, these people aren't impossible hulks, they're people with good bodies.

Look at He-Man. That's basically an impossible body to get. Look at that shit, he's got more muscle than body to keep it on, so it just built outward. Plus, the only reason he wears less clothes is so we can see that, yes, he is indeed the crazy hulk we thought. Women's costumes are scant because we find them sexually appealing.
#374 - Teen Titans was cool cause it wasn't afraid to have silly epis… 02/14/2014 on Teen titans +3
#17 - This may be the single greatest thing I've seen on the internet. 02/06/2014 on Puddin' pop pop pop 0
#121 - Can we just stop treating the president like some sort of cele…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/06/2014 on Cant say he's not smooth. +2
User avatar #157 - popcornqueen (02/06/2014) [-]
We're Americans. We don't care if they're a good politician, as long as they can act like a celebrity. In high school history class, we are taught that Nixon lost to JFK because JKF looked better on TV. As a Californian, I can also tell you that we elected Arnold Schwarzenegger as governor, just because he's a rich movie actor and (used to be) buff as hell.

I'm not saying I like this, just stating the facts.
#10 - Okay, I get why that's so cringe worthy, but I'm seriously jea… 01/30/2014 on I don't even... +2
#25 - People who try to sing and do...whatever the hell half those p…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/30/2014 on The cringest +2
User avatar #70 - angreif (01/30/2014) [-]
I really REALLY agree
#10 - Yes, but the point is if they aren't aware of Arrested Develop… 01/29/2014 on Dat attitude +1
#5 - I think it's referencing Arrested Development, and I'm assumin…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/29/2014 on Dat attitude +1
User avatar #8 - generaljosh (01/29/2014) [-]
It's not referencing Arrested Development, it's directly lifted from an episode.
#10 - deletedmyaccount (01/29/2014) [-]
Yes, but the point is if they aren't aware of Arrested Development, then this wouldn't seem funny at all, just bullshit.
#125 - Picture 01/27/2014 on 7th heaven +2
#205 - Neat. 01/16/2014 on Oh fuck yea. . . 0
#203 - Picture 01/16/2014 on Oh fuck yea. . . 0
#88 - That's not even a graphing calculator. What are you doing, Alg…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/16/2014 on Going back to school. +2
User avatar #93 - stgfilitov (01/16/2014) [-]
Nigga needs the TI-84
User avatar #91 - unknowntablets (01/16/2014) [-]
they need that TI-Nspire
User avatar #92 - unknowntablets (01/16/2014) [-]
Cx
#315 - I don't understand the appeal of gauges at all. Pic u…  [+] (10 new replies) 01/15/2014 on Thank you +3
#328 - Spikeydeath (01/15/2014) [-]
Stomach Gauges are next
see your insides and die
User avatar #317 - alekksandar (01/15/2014) [-]
Hipsters and punks trying to stick it to the society/man and managing to look like retards.

Although I have a short mohawk, but that's another story
User avatar #323 - niggerhitman (01/15/2014) [-]
Having a big mohawk is what punks have, while having a small mohawk is what try-cools or try-punks have.
User avatar #318 - wormnation (01/15/2014) [-]
say's the neonazi, aka the purest fucking scum that walks the earth
#330 - Spikeydeath (01/15/2014) [-]
He's not a nazi he's a hindu
dont insult his religion sir.
Fuck off you hipster fucker
Watsky- Kill a Hipster ft. Chinaka Hodge
User avatar #391 - wormnation (01/16/2014) [-]
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swastika no that is a nazi cross not a swastika. do you're research before you comment scum
#392 - Spikeydeath (01/16/2014) [-]
Wow you are a dumbass
no seriously
go away
User avatar #320 - alekksandar (01/15/2014) [-]
Found the hipster.
User avatar #321 - wormnation (01/15/2014) [-]
im not a hipster i just think the earth is better off if you all drank battery acid.
User avatar #322 - thegamegestapo (01/15/2014) [-]
Don't ionise the bismuth...
#104 - Eh. Agree to disagree. Neither of us will be swayed, so whatev…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/12/2014 on feminist bashing 0
User avatar #105 - jedimindaugas (01/12/2014) [-]
I'm just trying to explain my position, so were you. A proper discussion on the internet is a miracle upon itself.
Just trying to point out that the very foundation of feminism is wrong - there is no pay gap, women were never oppressed just for the gender, and men are not privileged. These lies are so deeply engraved into the society that it's sickening.
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