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#188 - Reading this made me fear of the things my sister may do to ot…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/03/2016 on Fathers Rights Movement +2
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#206 - Sinrik (03/03/2016) [-]
you have my respect for your military service and am grateful for the things that service means good luck to you man stay safe and know that there are plenty here in the states or wherever you live who would do their damnedest to pick you up if you ever needed it
#255 - You obviously didn't even ******* read what I said. First of a…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/29/2016 on Did You Know Comp Part 4 +1
#259 - lesotho (02/29/2016) [-]
Ok, you specified severe genetic disorders but it all started because of a couple with down syndrome and mental delay, so maybe it is you the one who is using a bad example. The thing is that you are saying that people shouldn't reproduce if they have risk of passing a disorder. So you want to limit the rights of having children to people with "good" DNA, which is an error because there is no such a thing as everybody has a risk and makes the cancer a perfect example. Insert there whatever characteristic of a person you may like if you think cancer is a bad example. From obesity to heart diseases, schizophrenia, alzheimer, etc.

Maybe the problem is what you consider normal, I consider normal having a family that cares, friends and enough to survive and have a future. And most people with intelectual disabilities can have that. The problem here is that you consider a disability something that ruins your life, and of course it is something that put limits and make things harder, but it doesn't definitely ruin your life unless you are surrounded by assholes.
#233 - I'm sorry but this is absolute ********. If you have a severe …  [+] (10 new replies) 02/29/2016 on Did You Know Comp Part 4 +5
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#270 - danrmanalt (02/29/2016) [-]
Also makes me think of this Mr Show  Why Me The Bob Lamonta Story
Normal kid with retarded parents isn't going to have that happy of a childhood
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#254 - IHaveADHD (02/29/2016) [-]
I just imagine the dad telling his daughter something later on in her life when she's in the rebellious phase and she slips and says "That's fucking retarded."
#234 - lesotho (02/29/2016) [-]
Actually Down Syndrome can't be inherited as it is not in the DNA but it happens later during the first division of cells. But whatever, that can be said about almost everyone, if you have a brother with an intelectual disability you should't be allowed to have children as it is in your DNA. Where do you put the limit? Cancer is inherited, should we stop people with cancer to have children?

Ignoring that, people with disability have the same rights to live as you and me. They are just diferent and need some help but they can live perfect normal lives if we let them. I am sure they can be much better parents than you as apparently they are much more empathic than you.
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#266 - stifflimb (02/29/2016) [-]
Depending on the type Down Syndrome can be inherited, in most cases it's not ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/down-syndrome
And there is still the dead who had with some mental issues, hard to say how severe they are when written like that.

In what way are they more empathic when they know their disabilites has a chance to be passed on to their child and still has a child rather than adopt one.

And yes people with very high risk of cancer should reconsider having children, here I say reconsider cause the advances we've manage to do so far is making cancer a lot mor managable.

Are you one ot those people who think people should keep on smoking and drinking heavily while pregnant if they feel like it? Cause hey their children might suffer birth defects from it but who cares cause they can still live "normal" lifes?
#279 - lesotho (02/29/2016) [-]
What I try to say is that the chance of passing a disorder is in everyone and that doesn't stop us having children. Why shouldn't they be allowed to try? They may have children with disabilities or they may not. Just as everyone else. Moreover, lots of diseases can be detected before birth, so they can decide if they have the baby or not.

And obviously I don't think that. That is an absurd comparison. It is in our hands to lower the risks as much as we can by our habits, but again, as everyone has in their DNA something that could potentially fuck things up, I don't see why some people must be stopped from having children and others don't.

It is the same with cancer and mental disorders. You can't cure mental delay, but you can give people with intelectual disabilities some help so their lifes are quite normal. Technology and social programs help a lot, to the point that they can be independent, have a job, or whatever we can imagine.
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#282 - stifflimb (02/29/2016) [-]
And the chance is much greater in some. and not all defects and dieases can be detected before the child is a good number of months and beyond abortion.

Because some people have the 0.0001% of it happenening and some have the 10% and more, so as much as absurd you think my comparison was with smoking and drinking this is as absurd to think those are equal. And they would not be stopped from having children, they would be stopped from birthing children, they could still adopt for example.

No, some might be well enough off to maintain a very basic job, there are a lot of people who never manage to do that because of mental disorders and birth defects.

I would be all for having people who are deemed unfit to be neutered and prevented from carrying on their genes, I'm very aware I myself might be in that group due to poor eyesight and a heart defect that might give me issues in my 50-60+.
I'm still all for it since it would ultimately be very benefical for humanity, as it's now we are loop-holing nature by keeping around the people who otherwise would have died in nature and actually helping them passing on their genes.
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#268 - stifflimb (02/29/2016) [-]
the dad*
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#255 - fpsnoob (02/29/2016) [-]
You obviously didn't even fucking read what I said. First of all I specifically said severe genetic disorder. Second I also said that they should adopt a child instead if they are capable parents. That way there's no risk of their disorder passing on to the child.

Cancer is also a horrible example because for a lot of types you get to live a long normal life before it develops. However a mental disability is something that starts from an early age.

Also you can't possibly be saying that people which require assistance, and to be placed in "special" classes all their life, are living a perfectly normal life. No matter what they will be treated different, and will require a lot more assistance than a "normal" life.

Ruining a child's life isn't a right that parents should have.
#259 - lesotho (02/29/2016) [-]
Ok, you specified severe genetic disorders but it all started because of a couple with down syndrome and mental delay, so maybe it is you the one who is using a bad example. The thing is that you are saying that people shouldn't reproduce if they have risk of passing a disorder. So you want to limit the rights of having children to people with "good" DNA, which is an error because there is no such a thing as everybody has a risk and makes the cancer a perfect example. Insert there whatever characteristic of a person you may like if you think cancer is a bad example. From obesity to heart diseases, schizophrenia, alzheimer, etc.

Maybe the problem is what you consider normal, I consider normal having a family that cares, friends and enough to survive and have a future. And most people with intelectual disabilities can have that. The problem here is that you consider a disability something that ruins your life, and of course it is something that put limits and make things harder, but it doesn't definitely ruin your life unless you are surrounded by assholes.
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#243 - zipov (02/29/2016) [-]
What a steaming pile of feel-good shit.
#29 - The guy walking past the car could've been the driver of it th…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/29/2016 on Just a Truck Driver being a... +4
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#50 - barakakaka (02/29/2016) [-]
As i said if you look behind you can see emergency or highway services. Those guys should have been able to warn people imo.

#19 - I bet if I was that driver, I would've been cursing at the tru…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/28/2016 on Just a Truck Driver being a... +8
#46 - ryendan (02/29/2016) [-]
I feel like you are definitely not the only one who would've done that
#18 - Have you considered that maybe the accident just happened and …  [+] (4 new replies) 02/28/2016 on Just a Truck Driver being a... +8
#26 - iaredumb (02/29/2016) [-]
no, because all protocols begin with signaling that there has been an accident before even approaching the scene of the crash
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#28 - iaredumb (02/29/2016) [-]
red cross Samarite training course is where i was provided with the information
#29 - fpsnoob (02/29/2016) [-]
The guy walking past the car could've been the driver of it that just got out. That doesn't mean that he had any time to do anything, hell even if he has one of those triangles in his trunk he may be unable to get to it.
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#50 - barakakaka (02/29/2016) [-]
As i said if you look behind you can see emergency or highway services. Those guys should have been able to warn people imo.

#37 - That guy must have some huge balls. Partially because he actua… 02/28/2016 on 'Murica! +6
#35 - Except for the lag. The lag was horrid. That's the main reason…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/28/2016 on 'Murica! 0
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#71 - zenler (02/29/2016) [-]
chyeah mw3 was utter shite

i sure hope something similar doesn't happen to dank souls 3
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#74 - rakogoki (02/29/2016) [-]
ds2 sucked was because they got another team to do it while the ds1 team made bloodborne. now the ds1 is making ds3, and after how awesome bloodborne was i think its safe to say ds3 is gonna be baller.
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#75 - zenler (02/29/2016) [-]
it should ball hard and i hope the dlc is as good as previous ones or put awesome stuff everywhere and not save it for dlc

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#81 - I'm pretty sure F4 was the first time that enemies continued t… 02/28/2016 on Well, now you're fucked. +3
#104 - I was born in Russia and moved to the US when I was 11. Howeve… 02/24/2016 on War Crimes: Chechen War +2