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#109 - With every post you make your ignorance becomes more and more …  [+] (4 new replies) 02/27/2014 on The Bermuda triangle has... 0
User avatar #120 - ljxjlos (02/27/2014) [-]
"With every post you make your ignorance becomes more and more blatant" - you know, there are people who I like to discuss with, like the other guy up there and there are people who are like you. It´s sad to have to become insulting in a normal discussion.
You see, I get your point - I don´t think the same way, but I get it. Do I get pissed because you have a different opinion? Nope.

Ignorance and a different main focus are completely different things, by the way. My main focus lies at the point where I think that we are at a point were we have to preserve SOME mysteries, at the very least to make sure the world doesn´t become too dull a place. Your focus is another one. Is that a problem? Nope.
User avatar #124 - fpsnoob (02/27/2014) [-]
The fact that you suggested avoiding the area instead of researching it shows ignorance. You haven't even bothered to look into what the Bermuda Triangle is and why people are trying to solve its mysteries. That's why I won't call this a difference in opinion, but instead it is more like you're telling people to stay ignorant of issues and threats in order to safeguard your access to fantasy.
User avatar #129 - ljxjlos (02/27/2014) [-]
Did you even read correctly what the fuck I wrote in this whole thread? I said that I DO get the necessity from the beginning - my whole point was that even tho I get it, I don´t have to like it - because I fear the results it might have on other developments in humanities nature.
User avatar #132 - fpsnoob (02/27/2014) [-]
Yes, you claim that you understand the necessity, but the remainder of what you say contradicts that. Otherwise you're basically saying that you're willing to sacrifice thousands of lives in order to maintain mysteries.
#100 - When did I ever say anything about feeling superior? All I sai…  [+] (6 new replies) 02/27/2014 on The Bermuda triangle has... 0
User avatar #103 - ljxjlos (02/27/2014) [-]
I´m not hating or anything, but reread your comment, it damn sure did sound like you feel superior.

To me, it´s the first - especially since there really aren´t that many casualities. Just don´t ship through there. In the past, there were a shit-ton of places "where dragons are supposed to be". Off-limit places that people found creepy/scary, etc. Those gave (and still give) birth to tons of stories. I don´t think we should totally lose this possibility.
#109 - fpsnoob (02/27/2014) [-]
With every post you make your ignorance becomes more and more blatant. The Bermuda triangle is one of the most heavily traveled shipping areas in the world. Are you saying that we should spend incredible amount of time and money on avoiding the area and going around just so you could have your story time? No, researching and preventing incidents is way more important than that.

I bet that you'd rather have us not explore outer space just so that we could have sci-fi be more realistic.
User avatar #120 - ljxjlos (02/27/2014) [-]
"With every post you make your ignorance becomes more and more blatant" - you know, there are people who I like to discuss with, like the other guy up there and there are people who are like you. It´s sad to have to become insulting in a normal discussion.
You see, I get your point - I don´t think the same way, but I get it. Do I get pissed because you have a different opinion? Nope.

Ignorance and a different main focus are completely different things, by the way. My main focus lies at the point where I think that we are at a point were we have to preserve SOME mysteries, at the very least to make sure the world doesn´t become too dull a place. Your focus is another one. Is that a problem? Nope.
User avatar #124 - fpsnoob (02/27/2014) [-]
The fact that you suggested avoiding the area instead of researching it shows ignorance. You haven't even bothered to look into what the Bermuda Triangle is and why people are trying to solve its mysteries. That's why I won't call this a difference in opinion, but instead it is more like you're telling people to stay ignorant of issues and threats in order to safeguard your access to fantasy.
User avatar #129 - ljxjlos (02/27/2014) [-]
Did you even read correctly what the fuck I wrote in this whole thread? I said that I DO get the necessity from the beginning - my whole point was that even tho I get it, I don´t have to like it - because I fear the results it might have on other developments in humanities nature.
User avatar #132 - fpsnoob (02/27/2014) [-]
Yes, you claim that you understand the necessity, but the remainder of what you say contradicts that. Otherwise you're basically saying that you're willing to sacrifice thousands of lives in order to maintain mysteries.
#94 - Because some people strive for knowledge. Not all of us just w…  [+] (14 new replies) 02/27/2014 on The Bermuda triangle has... +3
User avatar #97 - ljxjlos (02/27/2014) [-]
Another thing I heavily dislike. You feel superior for "striving for knowledge" - how is that superior? Take the whole Bermuda-Thingie. Imagination can make up 1000nds of stories,...comedies, fantasy, horror, romance, thriller. Religious themes, philosophical themes, action - endless variables and possibilities. And one needless explanation can kill all the fun.
I mean, yeah, we NEED knowledge to develop, but damn me if it isn´t going too far nowadays. Some day in the future (maybe not that far away), all mysteries will have found an explanation and the world will be a dead boring place. Even worse than it already is.
User avatar #106 - spearpwi (02/27/2014) [-]
You really do put the saying "ignorance is bliss" in to perspective. Personally I think it would be more interesting and fulfilling to know the answers to all of life's mysteries, but the fun of that is in finding out for yourself. Some people are happy to just read about it, some people are content to just speculate and others want to go out and experience it for themselves. No one is superior, as each has its qualities. Why do you think philosophers were so valuable way back when? It all had its value in a well rounded society.
User avatar #110 - ljxjlos (02/27/2014) [-]
"Ignorance is a bliss", huh? That´s a harsh way to say it, but not that far off. I mean, knowledge is a good thing, of cause. It brings development. On the other side, I´m a bit afraid, that in two, three thousand years, mankind will only be passing facts further...children won´t be listening to stories about dragons or fairies, anymore - they´ll be fed facts from the earliest years on. The usage of ones fantasy will go down and mankind will become a duller, greyer race. I know that sounds pretty dumb and overly extreme, but that´s my own idea of hell.

I know that solving questions is a necessity - that doesn´t mean that I have to like it, tho. I guess that´s the difference between people who are thinking like scientists and those who are thinking like artists or writers...
User avatar #117 - spearpwi (02/27/2014) [-]
But as a teacher, I'm happy to say that I see the qualities in both fantastical thinking and answer finding. Obviously it depends on what I'm teaching, but there's always a way of throwing in a mystery that gets children thinking, even with science or maths. You shouldn't fear for their imaginations as they're still valued.



And I wasn't saying it to cause offence, so I'm sorry if it did.

User avatar #122 - ljxjlos (02/27/2014) [-]
Naaaah, you didn´t. I agree, actually - there has to be both. That´s why I´m getting a bit pissed that we try to solve EVERY mystery...but well, what can I do.
User avatar #130 - fpsnoob (02/27/2014) [-]
Just because something is proven to be false doesn't mean that it can't be used anymore. For example just because it's practically proven that there's never been dwarfs or elves or dragons on earth doesn't mean that I can't go watch the Hobbit movie and enjoy it.
User avatar #126 - spearpwi (02/27/2014) [-]
Ask some more unanswerable questions? What does a colour that I can't see look like? What would life be like if everyone was a girl? What does the future look like? There are still tons of unsolved mysteries and strange ideas that can get people wondering. It just takes a more powerful imagination to think of the right questions. Personally I think it can only get better. I hope you find optimism.
User avatar #100 - fpsnoob (02/27/2014) [-]
When did I ever say anything about feeling superior? All I said that some of us want answers.

Also do you really think that it's more important to have some fun imagining things about the Bermuda Triangle, or is it more important to figure out what is happening over there in order to save the lives of countless people?
User avatar #103 - ljxjlos (02/27/2014) [-]
I´m not hating or anything, but reread your comment, it damn sure did sound like you feel superior.

To me, it´s the first - especially since there really aren´t that many casualities. Just don´t ship through there. In the past, there were a shit-ton of places "where dragons are supposed to be". Off-limit places that people found creepy/scary, etc. Those gave (and still give) birth to tons of stories. I don´t think we should totally lose this possibility.
#109 - fpsnoob (02/27/2014) [-]
With every post you make your ignorance becomes more and more blatant. The Bermuda triangle is one of the most heavily traveled shipping areas in the world. Are you saying that we should spend incredible amount of time and money on avoiding the area and going around just so you could have your story time? No, researching and preventing incidents is way more important than that.

I bet that you'd rather have us not explore outer space just so that we could have sci-fi be more realistic.
User avatar #120 - ljxjlos (02/27/2014) [-]
"With every post you make your ignorance becomes more and more blatant" - you know, there are people who I like to discuss with, like the other guy up there and there are people who are like you. It´s sad to have to become insulting in a normal discussion.
You see, I get your point - I don´t think the same way, but I get it. Do I get pissed because you have a different opinion? Nope.

Ignorance and a different main focus are completely different things, by the way. My main focus lies at the point where I think that we are at a point were we have to preserve SOME mysteries, at the very least to make sure the world doesn´t become too dull a place. Your focus is another one. Is that a problem? Nope.
User avatar #124 - fpsnoob (02/27/2014) [-]
The fact that you suggested avoiding the area instead of researching it shows ignorance. You haven't even bothered to look into what the Bermuda Triangle is and why people are trying to solve its mysteries. That's why I won't call this a difference in opinion, but instead it is more like you're telling people to stay ignorant of issues and threats in order to safeguard your access to fantasy.
User avatar #129 - ljxjlos (02/27/2014) [-]
Did you even read correctly what the fuck I wrote in this whole thread? I said that I DO get the necessity from the beginning - my whole point was that even tho I get it, I don´t have to like it - because I fear the results it might have on other developments in humanities nature.
User avatar #132 - fpsnoob (02/27/2014) [-]
Yes, you claim that you understand the necessity, but the remainder of what you say contradicts that. Otherwise you're basically saying that you're willing to sacrifice thousands of lives in order to maintain mysteries.
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#66 - Psh, why the hell would you want to do that with the new mac p…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/23/2014 on I got nothing 0
#67 - thevibrator (02/23/2014) [-]
I said it works, not that it's efficient. ;)
#68 - fpsnoob (02/23/2014) [-]
#62 - You're lying, that only works for charging iphones.  [+] (5 new replies) 02/23/2014 on I got nothing +1
User avatar #129 - clechyl (02/23/2014) [-]
I've managed to make my laptop twice as fast after microwaving it for 3 minutes 22 seconds.
If any of the components develop deep, funny smelling cracks, use a cotton bud to carefully lace the edges of the crack with vinegar. Lemon juice or salt helps too.
#63 - thevibrator (02/23/2014) [-]
Nope, that works for any apple device. Not just iPhones.
User avatar #66 - fpsnoob (02/23/2014) [-]
Psh, why the hell would you want to do that with the new mac pro, you just throw trash into it and it generates power like that thing from back to the future.
#67 - thevibrator (02/23/2014) [-]
I said it works, not that it's efficient. ;)
#68 - fpsnoob (02/23/2014) [-]
#61 - Picture 02/23/2014 on I got nothing +7
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#427 - I guess I will miss every shot. 02/23/2014 on How fucked are you? 0
#250 - I said that without re-reading what the first guy said, then f… 02/23/2014 on Feeding the troops 0
#248 - Comment deleted  [+] (2 new replies) 02/23/2014 on Feeding the troops 0
User avatar #249 - herecomesjohnny (02/23/2014) [-]
so?
#250 - fpsnoob (02/23/2014) [-]
I said that without re-reading what the first guy said, then felt stupid and deleted the comment, but you saw it first...
#247 - Cheese tortellini or vegi burger. 02/23/2014 on Feeding the troops 0
#20 - Can someone with photoshop skills add "herd you been talk… 02/22/2014 on Title +1
#156 - How the hell could you like those? I mean yeah there are some …  [+] (3 new replies) 02/22/2014 on Feeding the troops 0
#185 - jazzytheferret (02/22/2014) [-]
You just get used to them really. They can also be used as a form of currency. Trade em around until you get what you want.
#169 - StormEagle (02/22/2014) [-]
ok ok ok... chicken pesto pasta
User avatar #247 - fpsnoob (02/23/2014) [-]
Cheese tortellini or vegi burger.
#60 - Picture 02/22/2014 on What kind of person uses... 0
#59 - Picture 02/22/2014 on Beautiful +5
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#71 - 4chan refugee (02/22/2014) [-]
Like hell i would trust a weeaboo with a catgirl.
User avatar #97 - xxbandwagonxx (02/22/2014) [-]
But its the Purrfect plan!
#59 - fpsnoob (02/22/2014) [-]
#57 - relevant? 02/22/2014 on Good job America +2
#84 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 02/21/2014 on The Stoic Orc Saga +12
User avatar #95 - orikanyo (02/21/2014) [-]
Gona be honest, this is my favorite pic, for some reason i just bloody damn well love it. its cute and all but.. damn man.
#83 - Kinda reminds me of this.  [+] (2 new replies) 02/21/2014 on The Stoic Orc Saga +13
#84 - fpsnoob (02/21/2014) [-]
User avatar #95 - orikanyo (02/21/2014) [-]
Gona be honest, this is my favorite pic, for some reason i just bloody damn well love it. its cute and all but.. damn man.
#154 - That USB plug one won't work very well. USB ports already don'…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/19/2014 on Want compilation 0
#156 - primafaveo (02/19/2014) [-]
That's wrong, USB 3.0 can power a computer screen, a keyboard and the mouse, without an problem.
To get all the data from the keyboard and mouse would be a broblem though.


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#164 - Your explanation is irrelevant because you're baseically resta… 02/17/2014 on GOT EM'! 0
#59 - Yes, that is basically how the system is supposed to work. How…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/16/2014 on GOT EM'! +4
User avatar #160 - icefried (02/17/2014) [-]
Well that's true, but the surgeon can't survive without the farmer, janitor and builder.
He wouldn't have anywhere to live, nor have anything to eat.
You would still have to put in a lot of effort into what you do, it's just that people wouldn't pursue a career in say medicine because they'd think it would bring them a better lifestyle, but because it's something they wish to do because everyone already has absolutely everything provided for them... though this sounds more socialist than communist.
Basically the incentive wouldn't be "i want to become X so i can have enough money to buy Y", it would be "I want to become X because that's what interests me".
The real communism you mentioned will only be possible once people quit being so materialistic and greedy and realise that there is much more to life than having a gold plated porsche.
I don't know if i'm explaining myself well enough..
User avatar #164 - fpsnoob (02/17/2014) [-]
Your explanation is irrelevant because you're baseically restating my whole point. From the start I said that communism is impossible because it would require perfect people. That means exactly what you're saying, where people aren't materialistic and just do things for the common good. However as I've been saying people are greedy and that's why communism would never work in our world.
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