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#5 - It's just a prank bro! 12/16/2015 on plz +3
#7 - They do have the dankest memes though. 12/16/2015 on Is this accurate? +23
#276 - Oh lord. 12/11/2015 on Best FJ Update Ever 0
#64 - Depends on where you're from, and how your social circle is. N…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/24/2015 on DLC? 0
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#65 - schneidend (11/24/2015) [-]
Learning is great, but we're talking about a factoid, here. It's not particularly enlightening to know, and nobody is burning any libraries by not concerning themselves with it. The character is virtually the same in either mythology, except for the Romans ascribing his involvement in building some famous sites. In both the movie and game being referenced, the character is called Hercules, which means that the misnomer isn't even relevant to the content.
#61 - Doesn't make it right though.  [+] (3 new replies) 11/24/2015 on DLC? 0
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#62 - schneidend (11/24/2015) [-]
It's right in that language shifts create colloquialisms that are commonly understood, making Hercules vs. Heracles a purely academic concern that, if brought up in regular conversation, comes off as pedantic and pretentious.
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#64 - hidemoto (11/24/2015) [-]
Depends on where you're from, and how your social circle is. Not everybody minds being corrected, or learning for that matter.
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#65 - schneidend (11/24/2015) [-]
Learning is great, but we're talking about a factoid, here. It's not particularly enlightening to know, and nobody is burning any libraries by not concerning themselves with it. The character is virtually the same in either mythology, except for the Romans ascribing his involvement in building some famous sites. In both the movie and game being referenced, the character is called Hercules, which means that the misnomer isn't even relevant to the content.
#58 - Hercules is roman, the gods names are greek. It's all wrong  [+] (5 new replies) 11/24/2015 on DLC? 0
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#60 - schneidend (11/24/2015) [-]
Heracles is indeed the original Greek name for the character, but in the West he's almost universally known as Hercules.
#61 - hidemoto (11/24/2015) [-]
Doesn't make it right though.
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#62 - schneidend (11/24/2015) [-]
It's right in that language shifts create colloquialisms that are commonly understood, making Hercules vs. Heracles a purely academic concern that, if brought up in regular conversation, comes off as pedantic and pretentious.
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#64 - hidemoto (11/24/2015) [-]
Depends on where you're from, and how your social circle is. Not everybody minds being corrected, or learning for that matter.
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#65 - schneidend (11/24/2015) [-]
Learning is great, but we're talking about a factoid, here. It's not particularly enlightening to know, and nobody is burning any libraries by not concerning themselves with it. The character is virtually the same in either mythology, except for the Romans ascribing his involvement in building some famous sites. In both the movie and game being referenced, the character is called Hercules, which means that the misnomer isn't even relevant to the content.
#38 - Makes sense. 11/09/2015 on Debate me bro 0
#32 - I considered reading world as will and representation, but I'm…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/09/2015 on Debate me bro 0
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#57 - angelusprimus (11/09/2015) [-]
Schopenhauer is best to go through after you read Kant, their views clash in almost every way, and Schopenhauer managed to put in some badass verbal beatdowns on Kant.
I mean, like, rap battle level beat downs.
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#37 - aizeinstein (11/09/2015) [-]
Well, I like him overall and read many of his works, but I still haven't gotten the will. Personally, if I had to pick a favourite, Aphorisms would be the one.

I don't know where to start though, I just read whatever interests me.
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#38 - hidemoto (11/09/2015) [-]
Makes sense.
#138 - I'll pull my dick whenever i want 11/09/2015 on How's no fap November going? 0
#32 - Huxley's more on point.  [+] (1 new reply) 11/09/2015 on Animal farm instructions... +4
#66 - anon (11/09/2015) [-]
they're both on point

its just harder to do the orwell stuff lately cuz internet is everywhere
and the huxley stuff is way more visible than the
orwell stuff which usually doesnt get much big media attention
even when it does get called out by the smaller outlets the dark stuff gets ignored
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