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#49 - AW **** YEA 06/21/2013 on Oh dear god +2
#47 - DOES HE COME WITH THE ANIMAL STICKERS AND THE TIGER POSTER?  [+] (2 new replies) 06/21/2013 on Oh dear god +11
User avatar #48 - torchrose (06/21/2013) [-]
YOU KNOW IT
User avatar #49 - enforcedno (06/21/2013) [-]
AW FUCK YEA
#13 - i think he's using it too mean "that feel when" not … 06/20/2013 on Steven Seagal +2
#9 - just saw a pic of the place, giant fence with video surveillan…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/19/2013 on vudadadada vud va-vud +1
User avatar #18 - fluthermucken (06/19/2013) [-]
Wherever they do their little protests then.
Just make them go hide in a hole.
#18 - Picture 06/19/2013 on After all this time? Always. +3
#25 - Picture 06/19/2013 on What was that? +1
#13 - Like Comment ‘Share c-. Neuter; Ft. ago Peer '.-'.'aorist: -… 06/17/2013 on PRESS ENTER! +2
#24 - "knock knock" "who's there?" "… 06/17/2013 on Right in the feels. 0
#130 - So i walk into class and ask my history teacher a question. … 06/17/2013 on a blast from the past +2
#9 - Picture 06/17/2013 on X box one +124
#20 - prepare ************ 06/13/2013 on NEW CHALLENGER APPROACHING! +5
#12 - Picture 06/13/2013 on GET OUT OF THAT... +2
#13 - not that i smoke but have you ever been addicted to something?…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/10/2013 on Anon Cannot into Strong... +13
User avatar #65 - catassassin (06/10/2013) [-]
It honestly varies from person to person, as most things do. My dad used to be a smoker but one day he decided to quit and never ended up smoking another cigarette.
#28 - steavo (06/10/2013) [-]
...I quit codeine easily...that shit isn't nicotine. I guess people are different, If I can drop codeine easily, then I can definitely quit tobacco...but I don't smoke tobacco because that shit is kinda...gross.
#14 - walmartysghost (06/10/2013) [-]
I smoked a pack a day for over a year and then decided i was done and stopped. i went through some withdrawl (headaches, irritability,trouble sleeping etc. etc.) but i just didn't let myself have any and i quit. It isn't even a habit anymore. I still bum the occasional cig from my friend if everybody is smoking at a party but that usually isn't more than once a month and its not because I need it its because i enjoy it. If you decide you're going to quit it isn't even hard at all, you just have to make the decision to do it.
#203 - didn't see that part thank you random anon 06/09/2013 on I'm pretty sure I broke a... 0
#28 - this may be stupid but total:62.49 plus change due:1.2…  [+] (14 new replies) 06/09/2013 on I'm pretty sure I broke a... +63
User avatar #193 - scarymary (06/09/2013) [-]
Credit/debit card?
#191 - anonymous (06/09/2013) [-]
You can see he payed with 60 cash then he had 3.78 on his starbucks card to cover the last few bucks
User avatar #203 - enforcedno (06/09/2013) [-]
didn't see that part

thank you random anon
#179 - anonymous (06/09/2013) [-]
Probably because part of it was on a Starbucks gift card with 3.78 on it and then he paid $60 in cash.
#175 - anonymous (06/09/2013) [-]
He used a starbucks card for $3.78 and then paid $60 in cash when he used up the free money from the card.....
#164 - anonymous (06/09/2013) [-]
He used 3.76 left over on a starbucks gift card and likely a $50 and a $10 or (3x) $20's to pay for the beverage. He was given change because the funds from the gift card are taken off first thus reducing the price of the coffee to just below $60.
#143 - anonymous (06/09/2013) [-]
"This may be stupid"

Well shit at least you got that part right.
#102 - AZNRULEZ (06/09/2013) [-]
if you look carefully, he used some sort of gift card which had 3.78, and then paid the rest with 60 dollars in cash...so yea
#85 - anonymous (06/09/2013) [-]
He had 3.76 on a starbucks gift card, and paid $60 cash. Your math was off by 2 cents.
#57 - anonymous (06/09/2013) [-]
if you look close, he used some money on a starbucks card, and paid $60.00, thats why the change worked out like that.
User avatar #52 - GhEtToSaTaN (06/09/2013) [-]
the "change due" is how much the cashier has to give you back. Not how much you owe.
#58 - anonymous (06/09/2013) [-]
Think you just completely misunderstood what he said, so allow me to clarify! The total was $62.49, and the guy got $1.29 back in change. So that means he paid them $63.78, which is a really random amount to pay, he's not saying he owes them money.
User avatar #72 - GhEtToSaTaN (06/09/2013) [-]
Ahhh yeah. I did misunderstand him. My bad.
User avatar #29 - ilcecchino (06/09/2013) [-]
If you read he gave the guy 60 and had 3.76 on a starbucks card, probably left overs
#13 - JOKE'S ON YOU THAT'S MY FETISH 06/06/2013 on WTF +5
#60 - (2006_film) 06/06/2013 on Well, shit 0
#21 - again, no problem with reposting, just don't say you made this…  [+] (12 new replies) 05/29/2013 on Gave this to my nephew for... +1
#22 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
... How many times to I have to say this... OP copied the title from the reddit post. That doesn't mean he claimed it as his own or said "Hey guys this is from MY life specifically." There is no proprietorship or ownership of this fucking content, and it's only a few days old, which means that a very large portion of this site hasn't seen it at all. It doesn't fucking matter, not one bit, if "my" is in the title. Get over yourself and realize that this is the one of the dumbest things you'll argue about in your life.
User avatar #48 - revisandbutthead (05/29/2013) [-]
Saying "my" definitely implies that it's from his life. If he put it in quotes, maybe it wouldn't, but that's clearly a statement saying "I gave this shirt to my nephew and now I am posting it on funnyjunk." I don't mind the reddit post, but he should at least give credit, it's the right thing to do.
User avatar #49 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
Still, there's a reason this was reposted: because it's funny and amusing. Why should we care if the guy's taking credit as long as he's spreading something that will make people smile?
User avatar #50 - revisandbutthead (05/29/2013) [-]
I would find it just as funny and amusing if it had "credit to reddit" in the description. And some people clearly don't like when people post their work without permission, just look at the incidents with cyanide & happines and the oatmeal.
User avatar #51 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
Yeah, but that was copyrighted material. This is a screenshot of a blog. Nobody has any artistic right like the CnH and Oatmeal guys did to get all pissy about a picture of a kid.
User avatar #52 - revisandbutthead (05/29/2013) [-]
I suppose that's true, but in this case OP is taking credit, claiming the child to be his nephew (saying "my" in this case does imply the nephew to be his). If he just said something like "this is an awesome shirt" or something like that, no one would be that upset.

Imagine if you posted a picture of your friend or your pet and then you find out someone on 9Gag said "this is mine" and got a ton of likes or thumbs or whatever they get there. Wouldn't that upset you at least a little? Casualjacket has been doing this for as long as I can remember. If this doesn't bother you, good for you, but I think you can see where this bothers other people.
User avatar #53 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
If the whole point is to share this photo, then whoever originally posted it shouldn't care about thumbs or likes or whatever, but that it's being shared. The numbers in the ratings systems are meaningless, what actually matters is that this kind of stuff is being spread and shared instead of being kept within a small niche of people. That's the glory of the internet. And whatever credit is being taken by this guy, it's as meaningless as everything else. He's not getting anything but thumbs, and thumbs are literally nothing.
User avatar #54 - revisandbutthead (05/29/2013) [-]
Ok, from another angle, if I take jokes directly from a comedian and spread them around, is it right to take credit for them? Like if I watched a stand-up routine from Louis C.K. and went around telling people the jokes and stories as if they happened to me, how would that be right? I would be spreading the funny and not getting anything in return, besides attention and recognition that I am a funny person. Thumbs essentially do the same thing.
User avatar #55 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
Again, there's the copyright issue. And the difference is that you're plagiarizing and receiving praise in person, not to an account that, in all reality, is just as anonymous as the North Korean citizens.
User avatar #56 - revisandbutthead (05/29/2013) [-]
I didn't know comedians copyright their jokes. Either way, it doesn't have to be a famous comedian, just stealing jokes from any other person has the same effect.

And what's the difference when you plagiarizing in person or anonymously? It's still equally wrong. And yea, you would get praise in person, but if someone responded "How weird. Some comedian told me the same joke a few days ago" like comment number 8, doesn't that seem like a reasonable reaction? Either way, the act of taking credit is wrong. And while his account can be seen as anonymous, he still gets the praise, attention, subscribers, etc. Even if he doesn't technically get anything out of it, I can't approve of taking other people's work and saying I did this."

Regardless of it not being personally beneficial, taking credit for someone else's work still seems wrong to me. And yes, saying "my" implies that the picture belongs to him. It may be spreading the funny, but I just find it wrong.
#46 - anonymous (05/29/2013) [-]
So hypothetically, if someone made a comic with the title "my first comic" and I repost it, that's okay? It has the same implications as faggot OP saying "my nephew." Saying "my nephew" implies that it's his nephew in his life, how do you not see that?

dictionary.reference.com/browse/my?s=t

And yes, this faggot, casualjacket constantly posts from Reddit, taking the title exactly, without ever giving credit.
#27 - anonymous (05/29/2013) [-]
Yes but saying "Gave this to my nephew" gives the impression that this is his, whether or not it was the title of the Reddit post. If it was the title, he should of changed the title so that he wouldn't give credit to himself for making it. He could also have credited Reddit for the image in the description.
#19 - than good on him, i've been wrong about this sorta thing befor… 05/29/2013 on Gave this to my nephew for... 0
#16 - i'm just saying people should stop claiming credit for other p…  [+] (16 new replies) 05/29/2013 on Gave this to my nephew for... +4
#20 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
OP just copied the title, just the same as he copied the picture. That doesn't mean he's claiming it as his own, and it doesn't mean that he's being rewarded in any way for it. If people posted only what they created, this site wouldn't be very active at all.
User avatar #21 - enforcedno (05/29/2013) [-]
again, no problem with reposting, just don't say you made this/did this unless you actually did
#22 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
... How many times to I have to say this... OP copied the title from the reddit post. That doesn't mean he claimed it as his own or said "Hey guys this is from MY life specifically." There is no proprietorship or ownership of this fucking content, and it's only a few days old, which means that a very large portion of this site hasn't seen it at all. It doesn't fucking matter, not one bit, if "my" is in the title. Get over yourself and realize that this is the one of the dumbest things you'll argue about in your life.
User avatar #48 - revisandbutthead (05/29/2013) [-]
Saying "my" definitely implies that it's from his life. If he put it in quotes, maybe it wouldn't, but that's clearly a statement saying "I gave this shirt to my nephew and now I am posting it on funnyjunk." I don't mind the reddit post, but he should at least give credit, it's the right thing to do.
User avatar #49 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
Still, there's a reason this was reposted: because it's funny and amusing. Why should we care if the guy's taking credit as long as he's spreading something that will make people smile?
User avatar #50 - revisandbutthead (05/29/2013) [-]
I would find it just as funny and amusing if it had "credit to reddit" in the description. And some people clearly don't like when people post their work without permission, just look at the incidents with cyanide & happines and the oatmeal.
User avatar #51 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
Yeah, but that was copyrighted material. This is a screenshot of a blog. Nobody has any artistic right like the CnH and Oatmeal guys did to get all pissy about a picture of a kid.
User avatar #52 - revisandbutthead (05/29/2013) [-]
I suppose that's true, but in this case OP is taking credit, claiming the child to be his nephew (saying "my" in this case does imply the nephew to be his). If he just said something like "this is an awesome shirt" or something like that, no one would be that upset.

Imagine if you posted a picture of your friend or your pet and then you find out someone on 9Gag said "this is mine" and got a ton of likes or thumbs or whatever they get there. Wouldn't that upset you at least a little? Casualjacket has been doing this for as long as I can remember. If this doesn't bother you, good for you, but I think you can see where this bothers other people.
User avatar #53 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
If the whole point is to share this photo, then whoever originally posted it shouldn't care about thumbs or likes or whatever, but that it's being shared. The numbers in the ratings systems are meaningless, what actually matters is that this kind of stuff is being spread and shared instead of being kept within a small niche of people. That's the glory of the internet. And whatever credit is being taken by this guy, it's as meaningless as everything else. He's not getting anything but thumbs, and thumbs are literally nothing.
User avatar #54 - revisandbutthead (05/29/2013) [-]
Ok, from another angle, if I take jokes directly from a comedian and spread them around, is it right to take credit for them? Like if I watched a stand-up routine from Louis C.K. and went around telling people the jokes and stories as if they happened to me, how would that be right? I would be spreading the funny and not getting anything in return, besides attention and recognition that I am a funny person. Thumbs essentially do the same thing.
User avatar #55 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
Again, there's the copyright issue. And the difference is that you're plagiarizing and receiving praise in person, not to an account that, in all reality, is just as anonymous as the North Korean citizens.
User avatar #56 - revisandbutthead (05/29/2013) [-]
I didn't know comedians copyright their jokes. Either way, it doesn't have to be a famous comedian, just stealing jokes from any other person has the same effect.

And what's the difference when you plagiarizing in person or anonymously? It's still equally wrong. And yea, you would get praise in person, but if someone responded "How weird. Some comedian told me the same joke a few days ago" like comment number 8, doesn't that seem like a reasonable reaction? Either way, the act of taking credit is wrong. And while his account can be seen as anonymous, he still gets the praise, attention, subscribers, etc. Even if he doesn't technically get anything out of it, I can't approve of taking other people's work and saying I did this."

Regardless of it not being personally beneficial, taking credit for someone else's work still seems wrong to me. And yes, saying "my" implies that the picture belongs to him. It may be spreading the funny, but I just find it wrong.
#46 - anonymous (05/29/2013) [-]
So hypothetically, if someone made a comic with the title "my first comic" and I repost it, that's okay? It has the same implications as faggot OP saying "my nephew." Saying "my nephew" implies that it's his nephew in his life, how do you not see that?

dictionary.reference.com/browse/my?s=t

And yes, this faggot, casualjacket constantly posts from Reddit, taking the title exactly, without ever giving credit.
#27 - anonymous (05/29/2013) [-]
Yes but saying "Gave this to my nephew" gives the impression that this is his, whether or not it was the title of the Reddit post. If it was the title, he should of changed the title so that he wouldn't give credit to himself for making it. He could also have credited Reddit for the image in the description.
User avatar #17 - ilovehitler (05/29/2013) [-]
what if op posted it on reddit
User avatar #19 - enforcedno (05/29/2013) [-]
than good on him, i've been wrong about this sorta thing before. this just happens a little too often around here for everyone to have accounts there and here
#14 - >gave this to my nephew for his birthday >gave this …  [+] (18 new replies) 05/29/2013 on Gave this to my nephew for... +4
#15 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
"Hurr durr, OP is a lying, reposting faggot because he copied the theme as well as the picture."
What matters? Showing something funny to other people, whether it's your own or not, or having proprietorship over original content? Spreading this stuff is what these sites are made for. Don't get pissed because there's some overlap.
User avatar #16 - enforcedno (05/29/2013) [-]
i'm just saying people should stop claiming credit for other people's things. just say someone else did it or at least don't claim the action of buying this for yourself
#20 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
OP just copied the title, just the same as he copied the picture. That doesn't mean he's claiming it as his own, and it doesn't mean that he's being rewarded in any way for it. If people posted only what they created, this site wouldn't be very active at all.
User avatar #21 - enforcedno (05/29/2013) [-]
again, no problem with reposting, just don't say you made this/did this unless you actually did
#22 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
... How many times to I have to say this... OP copied the title from the reddit post. That doesn't mean he claimed it as his own or said "Hey guys this is from MY life specifically." There is no proprietorship or ownership of this fucking content, and it's only a few days old, which means that a very large portion of this site hasn't seen it at all. It doesn't fucking matter, not one bit, if "my" is in the title. Get over yourself and realize that this is the one of the dumbest things you'll argue about in your life.
User avatar #48 - revisandbutthead (05/29/2013) [-]
Saying "my" definitely implies that it's from his life. If he put it in quotes, maybe it wouldn't, but that's clearly a statement saying "I gave this shirt to my nephew and now I am posting it on funnyjunk." I don't mind the reddit post, but he should at least give credit, it's the right thing to do.
User avatar #49 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
Still, there's a reason this was reposted: because it's funny and amusing. Why should we care if the guy's taking credit as long as he's spreading something that will make people smile?
User avatar #50 - revisandbutthead (05/29/2013) [-]
I would find it just as funny and amusing if it had "credit to reddit" in the description. And some people clearly don't like when people post their work without permission, just look at the incidents with cyanide & happines and the oatmeal.
User avatar #51 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
Yeah, but that was copyrighted material. This is a screenshot of a blog. Nobody has any artistic right like the CnH and Oatmeal guys did to get all pissy about a picture of a kid.
User avatar #52 - revisandbutthead (05/29/2013) [-]
I suppose that's true, but in this case OP is taking credit, claiming the child to be his nephew (saying "my" in this case does imply the nephew to be his). If he just said something like "this is an awesome shirt" or something like that, no one would be that upset.

Imagine if you posted a picture of your friend or your pet and then you find out someone on 9Gag said "this is mine" and got a ton of likes or thumbs or whatever they get there. Wouldn't that upset you at least a little? Casualjacket has been doing this for as long as I can remember. If this doesn't bother you, good for you, but I think you can see where this bothers other people.
User avatar #53 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
If the whole point is to share this photo, then whoever originally posted it shouldn't care about thumbs or likes or whatever, but that it's being shared. The numbers in the ratings systems are meaningless, what actually matters is that this kind of stuff is being spread and shared instead of being kept within a small niche of people. That's the glory of the internet. And whatever credit is being taken by this guy, it's as meaningless as everything else. He's not getting anything but thumbs, and thumbs are literally nothing.
User avatar #54 - revisandbutthead (05/29/2013) [-]
Ok, from another angle, if I take jokes directly from a comedian and spread them around, is it right to take credit for them? Like if I watched a stand-up routine from Louis C.K. and went around telling people the jokes and stories as if they happened to me, how would that be right? I would be spreading the funny and not getting anything in return, besides attention and recognition that I am a funny person. Thumbs essentially do the same thing.
User avatar #55 - dashgamer (05/29/2013) [-]
Again, there's the copyright issue. And the difference is that you're plagiarizing and receiving praise in person, not to an account that, in all reality, is just as anonymous as the North Korean citizens.
User avatar #56 - revisandbutthead (05/29/2013) [-]
I didn't know comedians copyright their jokes. Either way, it doesn't have to be a famous comedian, just stealing jokes from any other person has the same effect.

And what's the difference when you plagiarizing in person or anonymously? It's still equally wrong. And yea, you would get praise in person, but if someone responded "How weird. Some comedian told me the same joke a few days ago" like comment number 8, doesn't that seem like a reasonable reaction? Either way, the act of taking credit is wrong. And while his account can be seen as anonymous, he still gets the praise, attention, subscribers, etc. Even if he doesn't technically get anything out of it, I can't approve of taking other people's work and saying I did this."

Regardless of it not being personally beneficial, taking credit for someone else's work still seems wrong to me. And yes, saying "my" implies that the picture belongs to him. It may be spreading the funny, but I just find it wrong.
#46 - anonymous (05/29/2013) [-]
So hypothetically, if someone made a comic with the title "my first comic" and I repost it, that's okay? It has the same implications as faggot OP saying "my nephew." Saying "my nephew" implies that it's his nephew in his life, how do you not see that?

dictionary.reference.com/browse/my?s=t

And yes, this faggot, casualjacket constantly posts from Reddit, taking the title exactly, without ever giving credit.
#27 - anonymous (05/29/2013) [-]
Yes but saying "Gave this to my nephew" gives the impression that this is his, whether or not it was the title of the Reddit post. If it was the title, he should of changed the title so that he wouldn't give credit to himself for making it. He could also have credited Reddit for the image in the description.
User avatar #17 - ilovehitler (05/29/2013) [-]
what if op posted it on reddit
User avatar #19 - enforcedno (05/29/2013) [-]
than good on him, i've been wrong about this sorta thing before. this just happens a little too often around here for everyone to have accounts there and here
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#202 - mah paw always done said "neva post you're face on that t… 05/22/2013 on Pictures of you sexy bastards +3
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