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frobskottle

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Date Signed Up:1/12/2011
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#24 - ...Who's champ??  [+] (1 new reply) 12/25/2014 on John Cena!!! 0
#25 - igotthuggery (12/25/2014) [-]
JOHN CENAAAHHHH!!!!!
#168 - I wouldn't disagree with you. Partisan, yes. Paranoid, maybe t… 08/27/2014 on african americans 0
#137 - If you haven't read it, flip through Liberty Amendments and …  [+] (2 new replies) 08/26/2014 on african americans 0
User avatar #166 - ihatem (08/27/2014) [-]
Yes, I do enjoy paranoia. The dude is a little off the partisan wall, not exactly what Adams, Madison, and Jefferson had in mind. There is a fair point to make about the subjects he brings up, but the extents he writes are a little bit fear-mongering/nationalist or non-issue half the time, and Professor Oak's words are comin' up.

In return, I suggest The Federalist Papers by Hamilton, Jay, Madison

(That's the guy that also ranted about Jon Stewart be an anti-semite over minor Gaza comments and therefore a self-hater and he hates self-haters.)
User avatar #168 - frobskottle (08/27/2014) [-]
I wouldn't disagree with you. Partisan, yes. Paranoid, maybe to a degree. His biggest points that I agree with is that we have deviated in many ways from our founding principles and that a convention of the states is the best way to right the ship. Personally, I do think he has a better grasp on the founding fathers and the constitution than most in the media, etc. I haven't read the Federalist Papers at length, so I accept your challenge.
#134 - Picture 08/24/2014 on I can't even +1
#165 - sock monster 05/24/2014 on Cringe Compilation Part 3 +2
#174 - The "urges" you refer to are like a bad STD Lucifer …  [+] (1 new reply) 03/01/2014 on Don't start a religious... +1
User avatar #184 - Dember (03/01/2014) [-]
That's a nice way of putting it, when he supposedly condemns them to eternal suffering and agony if they don't live by his specifications. Why allow anyone to retain their free will at all if you get tortured for the rest of eternity if you use it how you want to? That's kind of twisted and malevolent, just in my personal opinion.
#15 - Picture 12/21/2013 on Shits frozen. 0
#83 - Yes. Bush signed the patriot act into law. However, the Obama …  [+] (1 new reply) 08/11/2013 on Snowmen, Manning, Abino... -1
#140 - sparkysparkybooman (08/11/2013) [-]
Yes, but you have to give credit to Obama on stopping the warrentless wiretapping that the Bush A D M I N istration loved so much.
#401 - Let me say that I do not mean to offend and I am not so sure o…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/07/2013 on Up until it became a web of... 0
User avatar #402 - ukc (08/07/2013) [-]
To be honest, I do think it is genetics. Sexual attraction and instinctual urge to reproduce is hardwired into your DNA, and as is well documented and recorded, mutations in those genes occur. I'm happy to accept that sexuality is probably a genetic mutation.

You do hear stories of people raised in strict christian communities, and upon puberty, discovering that they're attracted to the same sex, as well as/instead of the other. I don't think it's a thing that can be altered directly, as in the actual sexuality, but I think the degree of deviancy can probably be influenced by upbringing (i.e. fear of retribution upon discovery)
#226 - I agree very much so. Sexual orientation isn't a choice for ma…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/06/2013 on Up until it became a web of... 0
User avatar #398 - ukc (08/07/2013) [-]
Wait, but if people are born with masculine and feminine brains, that doesn't have any effect on sexuality.
And what about bisexual people?

I was raised as a straight male, but obviously that didn't work out, did it? I was never exposed to any "deviant" sexuality whatsoever, I only have one other minority sexuality relation and I've seen him once in my life, he didn't influence me at all. I think the most diverse my upbringing got was love thy neighbour...
User avatar #401 - frobskottle (08/07/2013) [-]
Let me say that I do not mean to offend and I am not so sure of my own conclusion to say that I am right. I am only speaking from a perspective of what I have learned from human behavior studies and my own observations. Honestly, I don't know about bisexual people and I do not now about you or your life. From what I have learned, a person's habits and hobbies and preferences are influenced by their genetics, but determined more so by their environment. "Environment" in this sense doesn't exclusively mean what you are exposed to, but also what you are kept from and the events that are out of your control that invoke an emotional response. So it is much more than "deviant sexuality." It could be from a cacophony of things. Good or bad.
User avatar #402 - ukc (08/07/2013) [-]
To be honest, I do think it is genetics. Sexual attraction and instinctual urge to reproduce is hardwired into your DNA, and as is well documented and recorded, mutations in those genes occur. I'm happy to accept that sexuality is probably a genetic mutation.

You do hear stories of people raised in strict christian communities, and upon puberty, discovering that they're attracted to the same sex, as well as/instead of the other. I don't think it's a thing that can be altered directly, as in the actual sexuality, but I think the degree of deviancy can probably be influenced by upbringing (i.e. fear of retribution upon discovery)
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