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#92 - Well this machine is just... Deliteful.  [+] (3 new replies) 07/01/2013 on Snacks +14
User avatar #108 - gunnay (07/01/2013) [-]
dat gif - when you look at it its kinda slow but when you look away it goes all crazy
User avatar #116 - ScottP (07/01/2013) [-]
What if it's aware?
#117 - gunnay (07/01/2013) [-]
#48 - I loved this ******* game! Thank you OP,… 06/26/2013 on wait what......oohhhh -.- 0
#12 - Meh. I suppose logically that makes sense, but do we reall…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/26/2013 on It's about time +4
#15 - jinapayne (06/26/2013) [-]
In Man of Steel he should at least wear a belt like in New 52
#14 - Y'know, if the theory that there are an infinite amount of par… 06/26/2013 on Playstation U +7
#38 - Step 1) Legalise all drugs (to varying degrees, i.e. no intoxi…  [+] (24 new replies) 06/26/2013 on Found while stumbling +142
User avatar #271 - wizzerdofaus (06/27/2013) [-]
Holy fucking shit.
User avatar #238 - spysappinmysasha (06/27/2013) [-]
I honestly am ashamed that its come to a point where people actually believe that we should learn things the hard way with Drugs.

Why allow all drugs to be legal? Why allow people to easily ruin their lives? Its bad enough that Cigarettes still exist. I mean, the Government knows they kill peple, but they still allow them to exist because of the money.

I say all the more power to our future robotic dictators who will put an end to human stupidity.
#235 - anonymous (06/27/2013) [-]
Except those too weak willed to leave the heavier drugs alone won't die off, they'll destroy their bodies and suckle the government when they can't work.
User avatar #221 - lieutenantderp (06/27/2013) [-]
Relax, Hitler
#197 - lamarisagoodname (06/27/2013) [-]
While I agree with you on many levels the only issue with said drugs is the fact that they are addictive (I suppose with the exception of marijuana) even if people would use drugs to alleviate stress etc people will still buy them by the bucketloads and end up broke, especially with the heavy taxes. Of course, making them illegal won't help because everyone and their dog knows how to make these drugs and I believe that education is the key to the drug issue.
#195 - kenleyP (06/27/2013) [-]
#119 - pedrophile (06/27/2013) [-]
Step 6: Become the Netherlands
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#101 - crimsondynamo (06/27/2013) [-]
Wouldn't the taxing thing cause people to repeat creating the drugs without government consent and regulation? They mainly do it to make a large profit, and with heavy taxation, they wouldn't be making as much profit. I'm not saying it's a bad idea, just pointing out possible holes.
#124 - anonymous (06/27/2013) [-]
Good point, but a government regulated sale of a drug, let's use weed for this example, would still be cheaper than on the street. On the street, it's about 20 dollars for approximately 1 gram of weed and 300 for an ounce from a regular dealer in my area. Now honestly, how much does it really cost to make that much weed, possible 40 bucks for an ounce with labor, nutrients, and location; also 40 bucks, in my opinion, is still a bit much to make an ounce of this stuff. The government regulated means more dealers on the market meaning more supply. More supply with same demand (law of demand/Microeconomics) means decrease in price. Dealers will deal with a much, much lower price, even with heavy taxation, most likely half the original price now. In my opinion, dealers might still sell, but they are risking too much to sell for smaller profit so they would leave the market for something else.
#129 - anonymous (06/27/2013) [-]
Well, currently, the prices at dispensaries in California are almost exactly the same as the street prices in my state for comparable quality product. The difference is that there is so much less risk on the buyers end getting it legally that dealers would be pointless. They only exist now out of necessity.
#98 - bitchpleaseshutup (06/27/2013) [-]
#150 - anonymous (06/27/2013) [-]
Sauce?
#94 - anonymous (06/27/2013) [-]
Social darwinism doesn't work. Period.
#95 - anonymous (06/27/2013) [-]
for evidence: the birth rate is considerably higher among the poor and uneducated
User avatar #90 - greenstrongworld (06/27/2013) [-]
So basically, the taxes harvested from drug sales is an investment in recovery if you want to get out of it?
#69 - iamphoenix (06/26/2013) [-]
Heavily taxing them is going to leave the illegal drug trade very healthy and still very dangerous. And number three and number four contradict each other.
User avatar #225 - abstract (06/27/2013) [-]
Wouldn't it cost less for big business to start mass producing it, and then in turn would get money from the government (because we know the government loves big business)? You're point seems logical, but I don't think it would actually happen like that because we don't see that happen with tobacco or alcohol.
#230 - iamphoenix (06/27/2013) [-]
Alcohol and smokes aren't like heroin or meth, though. Hardcore drugs have a huge market right now, and if regulation and taxation are heavy enough people will get it illegally. There will never be complete decriminalization - and for good reason - so regulation will happen. And there is a lot of moonshine being produced in our country. Hell, there's a show about it.
User avatar #43 - ctenop (06/26/2013) [-]
I still think hardcore drugs should be illegal, or say only available at certain places, so if shit goes belly up you can get help, and it'll be safe. Also teach drug awareness like they do about alcohol. Mexico (or somewhere) allows all drugs, but in a personal limit (i.e. 1g cocaine, 1/8 of weed, not exact numbers, sorry)
User avatar #280 - thediablo (06/27/2013) [-]
I'm from Mexico, and, despite the amount of drug cartels, all kinds of drugs are banned here, except of course, cigars and beer
User avatar #283 - ctenop (06/27/2013) [-]
Was another country then, sorry buddy. And hey, cigars are awesome
#58 - osboom (06/26/2013) [-]
not soGlorious Portugal
And I like the ideas of both of you.
User avatar #61 - ctenop (06/26/2013) [-]
Also lower the age on alcohol and smoking to 16. No more hiding it, getting arrested. If you don't have to hide and hence binge, it's better. Remember being a child and not being allowed sweets one time? And I used to buy a big bar, eat it all in one go. Now I live alone and allowed it whenever, I hardly ever eat it. Same with my xbox, I used to be "limited" to 3 hours, I thought that was unfair, no I game less than that a week sometimes. I drink, and smoke cigars, again living alone I can have both in moderation, I've had beer and vodka and sherry for ages, not touched em, but other people get smashed as often as their parents are out/away...
User avatar #62 - ctenop (06/26/2013) [-]
And the age of consent, holland has the lowest in europe, and the lowest teen pregnancy rate. If you can be open, honest, taught about it etc, it's better. I still stand by the philosophy that education and freedom (to an extent) will eliminate most problems in childhood and the world, give a child the freedom to stay up till whenever, but make sure they go school, and they'll learn a time suitable for their body.
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#601 - If I have dozens of potential kids out there, the odds are sta… 06/19/2013 on Effect of Feminism 5 0
#119 - More Kids = Greater Chances of Survival Playing it by numb…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/18/2013 on Effect of Feminism 5 +1
User avatar #124 - Sethorein (06/18/2013) [-]
If you have dozens of kids and none of them live long enough to breed then it doesn't matter.

And ya... that's what I figured... Also, do you seriously only hate marriage because you're afraid your wife will turn into a raging cunt and ruin you? 'Cause that's not really the norm...
#601 - headkicker (06/19/2013) [-]
If I have dozens of potential kids out there, the odds are stacked heavily in my favour.

Why do you assume I hate marriage?
I'm just telling you that it's not necessary for making children.
#116 - If this is about gene propagation then it has nothing to do wi…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/18/2013 on Effect of Feminism 5 +1
User avatar #118 - Sethorein (06/18/2013) [-]
Gene propagation also requires that your kids survive.

My guess is there's gotta be some statistic of married couples v single parents and the quality of child care. Kinda curious what it says.
#119 - headkicker (06/18/2013) [-]
More Kids = Greater Chances of Survival
Playing it by numbers greatly improves chances of success.

From what I remember; the general consensus is that married couples, hetero or homosexual in nature, are more beneficial to a child's healthy development than a single parent upbringing.
Usually.
User avatar #124 - Sethorein (06/18/2013) [-]
If you have dozens of kids and none of them live long enough to breed then it doesn't matter.

And ya... that's what I figured... Also, do you seriously only hate marriage because you're afraid your wife will turn into a raging cunt and ruin you? 'Cause that's not really the norm...
#601 - headkicker (06/19/2013) [-]
If I have dozens of potential kids out there, the odds are stacked heavily in my favour.

Why do you assume I hate marriage?
I'm just telling you that it's not necessary for making children.
#106 - Not really. We were doing it for thousands of years before the…  [+] (6 new replies) 06/18/2013 on Effect of Feminism 5 +2
User avatar #110 - Sethorein (06/18/2013) [-]
Well before marriage was created there were no real governmental benefits period. I mean other than making sure that you survived better than on your own...

Anyhow. If you're a man it'd be hard as hell to find a woman willing to let you have a child by her without marriage... I guess for a woman though it's fine... though it's nice to have support isn't it?
#116 - headkicker (06/18/2013) [-]
If this is about gene propagation then it has nothing to do with government benefits.

Equally, if it's about gene propagation; I don't need to be present at all during my child's life to meet that goal.
Nor would I need to be in a particularly stable relationship.
For instance; if I was a sociopath and valued gene propagation over morality, I could rape several members of the opposite gender, as many as possible in fact, to increase the chances of my seed spreading.

Raising a child and gene propagation are two completely different things.
User avatar #118 - Sethorein (06/18/2013) [-]
Gene propagation also requires that your kids survive.

My guess is there's gotta be some statistic of married couples v single parents and the quality of child care. Kinda curious what it says.
#119 - headkicker (06/18/2013) [-]
More Kids = Greater Chances of Survival
Playing it by numbers greatly improves chances of success.

From what I remember; the general consensus is that married couples, hetero or homosexual in nature, are more beneficial to a child's healthy development than a single parent upbringing.
Usually.
User avatar #124 - Sethorein (06/18/2013) [-]
If you have dozens of kids and none of them live long enough to breed then it doesn't matter.

And ya... that's what I figured... Also, do you seriously only hate marriage because you're afraid your wife will turn into a raging cunt and ruin you? 'Cause that's not really the norm...
#601 - headkicker (06/19/2013) [-]
If I have dozens of potential kids out there, the odds are stacked heavily in my favour.

Why do you assume I hate marriage?
I'm just telling you that it's not necessary for making children.
#97 - You do know that you can have kids without marriage right?  [+] (8 new replies) 06/18/2013 on Effect of Feminism 5 +3
User avatar #104 - Sethorein (06/18/2013) [-]
... It's incredibly difficult :\

Don't spouses get benefits that unwed parents don't from the government?
#106 - headkicker (06/18/2013) [-]
Not really. We were doing it for thousands of years before the institution of marriage was created.
I think it varies depending on your area, but I believe in the UK you are eligible for certain benefits if you are a single parent.
User avatar #110 - Sethorein (06/18/2013) [-]
Well before marriage was created there were no real governmental benefits period. I mean other than making sure that you survived better than on your own...

Anyhow. If you're a man it'd be hard as hell to find a woman willing to let you have a child by her without marriage... I guess for a woman though it's fine... though it's nice to have support isn't it?
#116 - headkicker (06/18/2013) [-]
If this is about gene propagation then it has nothing to do with government benefits.

Equally, if it's about gene propagation; I don't need to be present at all during my child's life to meet that goal.
Nor would I need to be in a particularly stable relationship.
For instance; if I was a sociopath and valued gene propagation over morality, I could rape several members of the opposite gender, as many as possible in fact, to increase the chances of my seed spreading.

Raising a child and gene propagation are two completely different things.
User avatar #118 - Sethorein (06/18/2013) [-]
Gene propagation also requires that your kids survive.

My guess is there's gotta be some statistic of married couples v single parents and the quality of child care. Kinda curious what it says.
#119 - headkicker (06/18/2013) [-]
More Kids = Greater Chances of Survival
Playing it by numbers greatly improves chances of success.

From what I remember; the general consensus is that married couples, hetero or homosexual in nature, are more beneficial to a child's healthy development than a single parent upbringing.
Usually.
User avatar #124 - Sethorein (06/18/2013) [-]
If you have dozens of kids and none of them live long enough to breed then it doesn't matter.

And ya... that's what I figured... Also, do you seriously only hate marriage because you're afraid your wife will turn into a raging cunt and ruin you? 'Cause that's not really the norm...
#601 - headkicker (06/19/2013) [-]
If I have dozens of potential kids out there, the odds are stacked heavily in my favour.

Why do you assume I hate marriage?
I'm just telling you that it's not necessary for making children.
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User avatar #180 - osimonmagus (06/13/2013) [-]
I concur.
#162 - I don't think it's that people don't care. I think it's mo…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/13/2013 on Picture banned from facebook -1
User avatar #167 - osimonmagus (06/13/2013) [-]
I just see it as women trying to stop something that, for the majority, men don't care about. They are like spoiled children. They expect to be taken seriously, they expect to be heard, and the expect everyone to follow them into a hive minded pseudo-intellectual society. When people look past them they get pissed off and as soon as that happens they start becoming hypocrites. Rape is terrible, yes, but no one is interested in it. If you ask me, there is more injustice with women being persecuted for rape than there is a problem with women actually being raped.
#176 - headkicker (06/13/2013) [-]
Personal apathy does not translate into it not being an issue worth pursuing anymore.
Rape culture as an idea is stupid, unrealistic and just objectively wrong, and the people who are supporting it are over-reacting. This is justifiable if the supporter does happen to be a genuine victim of rape.

Rape is still a horrible crime however, and steps must still be made to prevent it and heal those that suffer for it.
Apathy about rape, about any crime, is worst than having an unpopular opinion about rape. Taking a side, intelligently, at least forces you to consider the issues.
Persecution of rape victims is indeed an awful crime, and I would agree that it is worse than the act itself, but that does not mean that rape in and of itself is unimportant.
User avatar #180 - osimonmagus (06/13/2013) [-]
I concur.
#157 - *won, not one. Good job brain. 06/13/2013 on Picture banned from facebook -1
#156 - I agree with that. If you believe in a cause (i.e. ending …  [+] (7 new replies) 06/13/2013 on Picture banned from facebook +1
User avatar #332 - osimonmagus (06/14/2013) [-]
I think it's funny that the same people who thumbed you up, thumbed me down, after you said you agreed. Sheeple.
User avatar #159 - osimonmagus (06/13/2013) [-]
*won, easy mistake.
The thing is people are perfectly aware of rape. They just don't care.
#162 - headkicker (06/13/2013) [-]
I don't think it's that people don't care.
I think it's more that there's not much more that people can do.
We're educated, rightly so, through all our lives that rape is a wicked act, that it should be reported, and that the victims are not to blame.
We charge people who commit these acts as a criminal, justifiably so, and we offer counselling and aid to the victims.
I personally cannot see much more that can be done about the problem without descending dangerously into fascist control machine territory.
User avatar #167 - osimonmagus (06/13/2013) [-]
I just see it as women trying to stop something that, for the majority, men don't care about. They are like spoiled children. They expect to be taken seriously, they expect to be heard, and the expect everyone to follow them into a hive minded pseudo-intellectual society. When people look past them they get pissed off and as soon as that happens they start becoming hypocrites. Rape is terrible, yes, but no one is interested in it. If you ask me, there is more injustice with women being persecuted for rape than there is a problem with women actually being raped.
#176 - headkicker (06/13/2013) [-]
Personal apathy does not translate into it not being an issue worth pursuing anymore.
Rape culture as an idea is stupid, unrealistic and just objectively wrong, and the people who are supporting it are over-reacting. This is justifiable if the supporter does happen to be a genuine victim of rape.

Rape is still a horrible crime however, and steps must still be made to prevent it and heal those that suffer for it.
Apathy about rape, about any crime, is worst than having an unpopular opinion about rape. Taking a side, intelligently, at least forces you to consider the issues.
Persecution of rape victims is indeed an awful crime, and I would agree that it is worse than the act itself, but that does not mean that rape in and of itself is unimportant.
User avatar #180 - osimonmagus (06/13/2013) [-]
I concur.
#157 - headkicker (06/13/2013) [-]
*won, not one.

Good job brain.
#147 - Witnessing the effects of rape on somebody first hand (as in: …  [+] (9 new replies) 06/13/2013 on Picture banned from facebook +5
User avatar #152 - osimonmagus (06/13/2013) [-]
No choice is easy. Yeah, its hard. But if you're going to preach and cheer about how no one recognizes rape culture and you didn't report your rape then you're a hypocritical tool.
#156 - headkicker (06/13/2013) [-]
I agree with that.
If you believe in a cause (i.e. ending rape culture) then you need to step up.

No cause was ever one by people hoping really hard.
Even if this particular cause, in my eyes, is bullshit.
User avatar #332 - osimonmagus (06/14/2013) [-]
I think it's funny that the same people who thumbed you up, thumbed me down, after you said you agreed. Sheeple.
User avatar #159 - osimonmagus (06/13/2013) [-]
*won, easy mistake.
The thing is people are perfectly aware of rape. They just don't care.
#162 - headkicker (06/13/2013) [-]
I don't think it's that people don't care.
I think it's more that there's not much more that people can do.
We're educated, rightly so, through all our lives that rape is a wicked act, that it should be reported, and that the victims are not to blame.
We charge people who commit these acts as a criminal, justifiably so, and we offer counselling and aid to the victims.
I personally cannot see much more that can be done about the problem without descending dangerously into fascist control machine territory.
User avatar #167 - osimonmagus (06/13/2013) [-]
I just see it as women trying to stop something that, for the majority, men don't care about. They are like spoiled children. They expect to be taken seriously, they expect to be heard, and the expect everyone to follow them into a hive minded pseudo-intellectual society. When people look past them they get pissed off and as soon as that happens they start becoming hypocrites. Rape is terrible, yes, but no one is interested in it. If you ask me, there is more injustice with women being persecuted for rape than there is a problem with women actually being raped.
#176 - headkicker (06/13/2013) [-]
Personal apathy does not translate into it not being an issue worth pursuing anymore.
Rape culture as an idea is stupid, unrealistic and just objectively wrong, and the people who are supporting it are over-reacting. This is justifiable if the supporter does happen to be a genuine victim of rape.

Rape is still a horrible crime however, and steps must still be made to prevent it and heal those that suffer for it.
Apathy about rape, about any crime, is worst than having an unpopular opinion about rape. Taking a side, intelligently, at least forces you to consider the issues.
Persecution of rape victims is indeed an awful crime, and I would agree that it is worse than the act itself, but that does not mean that rape in and of itself is unimportant.
User avatar #180 - osimonmagus (06/13/2013) [-]
I concur.
#157 - headkicker (06/13/2013) [-]
*won, not one.

Good job brain.
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