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#22 - Implying hipsters are intentionally different (not really).  [+] (3 new replies) 10/31/2012 on Original Hipster +13
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#58 - bumbiscuitii (10/31/2012) [-]
Fuuuuuuckk..... Why did you bring him back to my sights...?
#14 - Picture  [+] (5 new replies) 10/31/2012 on Original Hipster +24
User avatar #19 - jimbobji (10/31/2012) [-]
Yes, but it's not fair to call him a hipster if he can't actually listen to it.
#22 - gjsmothefirst (10/31/2012) [-]
Implying hipsters are intentionally different (not really).
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#58 - bumbiscuitii (10/31/2012) [-]
Fuuuuuuckk..... Why did you bring him back to my sights...?
#780 - To explain: I can, and will compare them. Any weakening is… 10/31/2012 on To everyone saying Sandy... 0
#730 - Heat weakens mortar, not the brick. If it burns hot enough, it… 10/31/2012 on To everyone saying Sandy... 0
#728 - Comment deleted 10/31/2012 on To everyone saying Sandy... 0
#723 - We have fire escape routes too. That's considered a normal iss…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/31/2012 on To everyone saying Sandy... 0
#872 - SunilCCXXXVII (10/31/2012) [-]
Dumbass.. construction manager here.
You do a risk analysis which takes into consideration the climate and risks geographically. If it says there is a high risk of a hurricane, you find and use solutions to prevent/reduce the risk and effects.

Doesn't matter if the US was known for its engineering, you are ignorant in this situation.

We have houses that have a foundation of at least 900 deep, our houses ain't getting ripped apart, there will be damage but because we were smart enough to analyse what could happen we are a lot safer.
#882 - gjsmothefirst (10/31/2012) [-]
I'm ignorant? A risk analysis would reveal no significant risk of a hurricane. It's a freak event. It's like London getting covered in lava. Once again, you don't live here - you don't know.

I've worked on a couple houses in a nearby housing development which are horribly built because the architect was from the South, and didn't take into consideration heating and cooling, weatherproofing, or even use straight studs (I suppose that last one is just being cheap). The point is, you don't know and I do. YOU are the ignorant one.
#884 - SunilCCXXXVII (10/31/2012) [-]
I am a construction manager.
I have constructed numerous buildings.
I use risk analysis software.

You have "built" 2 houses.. You do not know better than someone that works in the industry you are talking about. You do not know better than someone educated in the industry that you are talking about.

I do not need to live in your area to know that I have to create a risk analysis which includes a number of basic things, weather is one of the categories, and extreme weather conditions such as storms would be a sub section, especially in a country where they are frequent.

Buildings are built to last for a century, do you think that a building professional should overlook a huge risk just because you think it doesn't happen much? seriously, you're logic is utterly retarded.
#885 - gjsmothefirst (11/01/2012) [-]
I really don't give a fuck. You clearly don't know enough about your job.
If you were right, there would be evidence to back you up. But there isn't. There is, however, evidence all around to back me up. 99%+ of all the houses within a 100 mile radius (at least - Upstate/Central New York) are NOT brick. I am forced to conclude that the thousands of architects who worked on these houses know more than you about building in this area.

I'd like to point out that I am living in a 70 year old house with no structural issues whatsoever - cedar shake siding over rough cut 2x4s. I know two other people with 100+ year old houses, also no structural issues and cedar siding over 2x4s.

You have no leg to stand on. Telling me your knowledge does nothing when you can't back yourself up.
#708 - If it's crumbled down... prolly the same. If it's burned d… 10/31/2012 on To everyone saying Sandy... +1
#699 - First, insulation is not the same as heat capacity. Bricks hav…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/31/2012 on To everyone saying Sandy... 0
#873 - SunilCCXXXVII (10/31/2012) [-]
... brick buildings have a cavity which is used to insulate and create a water barrier.. this is where you put insulation.
#883 - gjsmothefirst (10/31/2012) [-]
... irrelevant to the point that they actually transmit heat fairly well due to their density.
#685 - I live here. Still not good enough. The point is we don't …  [+] (6 new replies) 10/31/2012 on To everyone saying Sandy... +1
#707 - SunilCCXXXVII (10/31/2012) [-]
... I'm in the UK.. we have close to 0 tornadoes and hurricanes.. you are in the US.. you are the hot spot for these natural disasters, literally the most hit country in the world by them.. you lot are fucking idiots to say the least if you think you don't need protection from them.

If I build a building I ensure there are fire escape preventions and routes, THEY'RE NOT NECESSARY UNDER NORMAL CONDITIONS. What a fucktard you are.
#723 - gjsmothefirst (10/31/2012) [-]
We have fire escape routes too. That's considered a normal issue. It happens a LOT more often than say, I dunno, FUCKING HURRICANES IN NEW YORK.

And last time I checked, the US was known for its engineering, not the UK. We know what the fuck we're doing, and I guarantee you that if something unusual like this happened in the UK (remember, we barely ever get hurricanes where Sandy is now), you'd have the same issues.
#872 - SunilCCXXXVII (10/31/2012) [-]
Dumbass.. construction manager here.
You do a risk analysis which takes into consideration the climate and risks geographically. If it says there is a high risk of a hurricane, you find and use solutions to prevent/reduce the risk and effects.

Doesn't matter if the US was known for its engineering, you are ignorant in this situation.

We have houses that have a foundation of at least 900 deep, our houses ain't getting ripped apart, there will be damage but because we were smart enough to analyse what could happen we are a lot safer.
#882 - gjsmothefirst (10/31/2012) [-]
I'm ignorant? A risk analysis would reveal no significant risk of a hurricane. It's a freak event. It's like London getting covered in lava. Once again, you don't live here - you don't know.

I've worked on a couple houses in a nearby housing development which are horribly built because the architect was from the South, and didn't take into consideration heating and cooling, weatherproofing, or even use straight studs (I suppose that last one is just being cheap). The point is, you don't know and I do. YOU are the ignorant one.
#884 - SunilCCXXXVII (10/31/2012) [-]
I am a construction manager.
I have constructed numerous buildings.
I use risk analysis software.

You have "built" 2 houses.. You do not know better than someone that works in the industry you are talking about. You do not know better than someone educated in the industry that you are talking about.

I do not need to live in your area to know that I have to create a risk analysis which includes a number of basic things, weather is one of the categories, and extreme weather conditions such as storms would be a sub section, especially in a country where they are frequent.

Buildings are built to last for a century, do you think that a building professional should overlook a huge risk just because you think it doesn't happen much? seriously, you're logic is utterly retarded.
#885 - gjsmothefirst (11/01/2012) [-]
I really don't give a fuck. You clearly don't know enough about your job.
If you were right, there would be evidence to back you up. But there isn't. There is, however, evidence all around to back me up. 99%+ of all the houses within a 100 mile radius (at least - Upstate/Central New York) are NOT brick. I am forced to conclude that the thousands of architects who worked on these houses know more than you about building in this area.

I'd like to point out that I am living in a 70 year old house with no structural issues whatsoever - cedar shake siding over rough cut 2x4s. I know two other people with 100+ year old houses, also no structural issues and cedar siding over 2x4s.

You have no leg to stand on. Telling me your knowledge does nothing when you can't back yourself up.
#676 - Valid points these are. Wood does indeed burn faster;… 10/31/2012 on To everyone saying Sandy... 0
#653 - Plenty of wooden cathedrals around that have been around for c… 10/31/2012 on To everyone saying Sandy... +1
#647 - Really? I've build 2, and I live here. Sandy is outside my win…  [+] (8 new replies) 10/31/2012 on To everyone saying Sandy... +4
#664 - SunilCCXXXVII (10/31/2012) [-]
Um.... construction manager, I build for a living and have a degree for it...... Did I try hard enough that time?
#685 - gjsmothefirst (10/31/2012) [-]
I live here. Still not good enough.
The point is we don't use bricks because they're not necessary under normal conditions. It would be overbuilding significantly. Surely you should know that if you're a construction manager, as you say.
Why would we use bricks if woods is just fine under normal circumstances?
#707 - SunilCCXXXVII (10/31/2012) [-]
... I'm in the UK.. we have close to 0 tornadoes and hurricanes.. you are in the US.. you are the hot spot for these natural disasters, literally the most hit country in the world by them.. you lot are fucking idiots to say the least if you think you don't need protection from them.

If I build a building I ensure there are fire escape preventions and routes, THEY'RE NOT NECESSARY UNDER NORMAL CONDITIONS. What a fucktard you are.
#723 - gjsmothefirst (10/31/2012) [-]
We have fire escape routes too. That's considered a normal issue. It happens a LOT more often than say, I dunno, FUCKING HURRICANES IN NEW YORK.

And last time I checked, the US was known for its engineering, not the UK. We know what the fuck we're doing, and I guarantee you that if something unusual like this happened in the UK (remember, we barely ever get hurricanes where Sandy is now), you'd have the same issues.
#872 - SunilCCXXXVII (10/31/2012) [-]
Dumbass.. construction manager here.
You do a risk analysis which takes into consideration the climate and risks geographically. If it says there is a high risk of a hurricane, you find and use solutions to prevent/reduce the risk and effects.

Doesn't matter if the US was known for its engineering, you are ignorant in this situation.

We have houses that have a foundation of at least 900 deep, our houses ain't getting ripped apart, there will be damage but because we were smart enough to analyse what could happen we are a lot safer.
#882 - gjsmothefirst (10/31/2012) [-]
I'm ignorant? A risk analysis would reveal no significant risk of a hurricane. It's a freak event. It's like London getting covered in lava. Once again, you don't live here - you don't know.

I've worked on a couple houses in a nearby housing development which are horribly built because the architect was from the South, and didn't take into consideration heating and cooling, weatherproofing, or even use straight studs (I suppose that last one is just being cheap). The point is, you don't know and I do. YOU are the ignorant one.
#884 - SunilCCXXXVII (10/31/2012) [-]
I am a construction manager.
I have constructed numerous buildings.
I use risk analysis software.

You have "built" 2 houses.. You do not know better than someone that works in the industry you are talking about. You do not know better than someone educated in the industry that you are talking about.

I do not need to live in your area to know that I have to create a risk analysis which includes a number of basic things, weather is one of the categories, and extreme weather conditions such as storms would be a sub section, especially in a country where they are frequent.

Buildings are built to last for a century, do you think that a building professional should overlook a huge risk just because you think it doesn't happen much? seriously, you're logic is utterly retarded.
#885 - gjsmothefirst (11/01/2012) [-]
I really don't give a fuck. You clearly don't know enough about your job.
If you were right, there would be evidence to back you up. But there isn't. There is, however, evidence all around to back me up. 99%+ of all the houses within a 100 mile radius (at least - Upstate/Central New York) are NOT brick. I am forced to conclude that the thousands of architects who worked on these houses know more than you about building in this area.

I'd like to point out that I am living in a 70 year old house with no structural issues whatsoever - cedar shake siding over rough cut 2x4s. I know two other people with 100+ year old houses, also no structural issues and cedar siding over 2x4s.

You have no leg to stand on. Telling me your knowledge does nothing when you can't back yourself up.
#644 - ... dude, we don't build houses out of bricks because this DOE… 10/31/2012 on To everyone saying Sandy... 0
#639 - Ever heard of wood? We build most houses out of it around here…  [+] (10 new replies) 10/31/2012 on To everyone saying Sandy... +2
#642 - SunilCCXXXVII (10/31/2012) [-]
.. you know very little about house building.. be quiet.
#647 - gjsmothefirst (10/31/2012) [-]
Really? I've build 2, and I live here. Sandy is outside my window.
Try again.
#664 - SunilCCXXXVII (10/31/2012) [-]
Um.... construction manager, I build for a living and have a degree for it...... Did I try hard enough that time?
#685 - gjsmothefirst (10/31/2012) [-]
I live here. Still not good enough.
The point is we don't use bricks because they're not necessary under normal conditions. It would be overbuilding significantly. Surely you should know that if you're a construction manager, as you say.
Why would we use bricks if woods is just fine under normal circumstances?
#707 - SunilCCXXXVII (10/31/2012) [-]
... I'm in the UK.. we have close to 0 tornadoes and hurricanes.. you are in the US.. you are the hot spot for these natural disasters, literally the most hit country in the world by them.. you lot are fucking idiots to say the least if you think you don't need protection from them.

If I build a building I ensure there are fire escape preventions and routes, THEY'RE NOT NECESSARY UNDER NORMAL CONDITIONS. What a fucktard you are.
#723 - gjsmothefirst (10/31/2012) [-]
We have fire escape routes too. That's considered a normal issue. It happens a LOT more often than say, I dunno, FUCKING HURRICANES IN NEW YORK.

And last time I checked, the US was known for its engineering, not the UK. We know what the fuck we're doing, and I guarantee you that if something unusual like this happened in the UK (remember, we barely ever get hurricanes where Sandy is now), you'd have the same issues.
#872 - SunilCCXXXVII (10/31/2012) [-]
Dumbass.. construction manager here.
You do a risk analysis which takes into consideration the climate and risks geographically. If it says there is a high risk of a hurricane, you find and use solutions to prevent/reduce the risk and effects.

Doesn't matter if the US was known for its engineering, you are ignorant in this situation.

We have houses that have a foundation of at least 900 deep, our houses ain't getting ripped apart, there will be damage but because we were smart enough to analyse what could happen we are a lot safer.
#882 - gjsmothefirst (10/31/2012) [-]
I'm ignorant? A risk analysis would reveal no significant risk of a hurricane. It's a freak event. It's like London getting covered in lava. Once again, you don't live here - you don't know.

I've worked on a couple houses in a nearby housing development which are horribly built because the architect was from the South, and didn't take into consideration heating and cooling, weatherproofing, or even use straight studs (I suppose that last one is just being cheap). The point is, you don't know and I do. YOU are the ignorant one.
#884 - SunilCCXXXVII (10/31/2012) [-]
I am a construction manager.
I have constructed numerous buildings.
I use risk analysis software.

You have "built" 2 houses.. You do not know better than someone that works in the industry you are talking about. You do not know better than someone educated in the industry that you are talking about.

I do not need to live in your area to know that I have to create a risk analysis which includes a number of basic things, weather is one of the categories, and extreme weather conditions such as storms would be a sub section, especially in a country where they are frequent.

Buildings are built to last for a century, do you think that a building professional should overlook a huge risk just because you think it doesn't happen much? seriously, you're logic is utterly retarded.
#885 - gjsmothefirst (11/01/2012) [-]
I really don't give a fuck. You clearly don't know enough about your job.
If you were right, there would be evidence to back you up. But there isn't. There is, however, evidence all around to back me up. 99%+ of all the houses within a 100 mile radius (at least - Upstate/Central New York) are NOT brick. I am forced to conclude that the thousands of architects who worked on these houses know more than you about building in this area.

I'd like to point out that I am living in a 70 year old house with no structural issues whatsoever - cedar shake siding over rough cut 2x4s. I know two other people with 100+ year old houses, also no structural issues and cedar siding over 2x4s.

You have no leg to stand on. Telling me your knowledge does nothing when you can't back yourself up.
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#119 - Bravo. Amazing. SOMEONE DO IT. 10/29/2012 on the perfect prank -3
#20 - Never do that. Repost - whatever. Celebrate? NO.  [+] (2 new replies) 10/29/2012 on An average relationship +20
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What did s/he say?
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#57 - I know a few that do... but generally true, yes. 10/29/2012 on It's not what it looks like! +2
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