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isoceles

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#87 - no, not exactly. Superman lifted it because he was deemed wort… 6 hours ago on F*ck you Thor... +1
#60 - i thought i was aromantic for awhile. i eventually learned it …  [+] (1 new reply) 9 hours ago on sexuality +1
User avatar #61 - bluebandit (9 hours ago) [-]
You see, I'm the opposite, I'm the clingy one. I had a girl recently like that, she knew how I felt and she accepted it, we done everything girlfriends and boyfriends do but without the feelings. But I think she wanted more so she started seeing other guys (which hurt on an emotional level even though there was no emotion... Makes no sense I know) and ultimately ran off with my best friend.
I need someone who I can focus on
#55 - that would be aromantic or aro.  [+] (9 new replies) 9 hours ago on sexuality +6
User avatar #57 - bluebandit (9 hours ago) [-]
Thank you, that sounds abouy right. It's strange, I want a relationship and everything that comes with it, I just lack the ability to feel the emotions
User avatar #72 - articvibe (8 hours ago) [-]
any emotions? just strong emotions? or romantic ones?
lack of any emotion what so ever could indicate... well alot of things tbh. Might be a natural phsycopath, have a hormonal dysfunction, or be depressed.

I assume youv'e always been like this?
User avatar #85 - bluebandit (7 hours ago) [-]
(Don't know why you were thumbed down...)

Mainly just romantic ones, but I do feel myself.. feeling less emotions as time goes on. Like recently I lost what was a very good, and longtime friend and I couldn't care less. Same with family, I've moved to a different country just because I'd rather be alone. I haven't always felt like this, many years ago I was in love with a girl who broke my heart and I'm sure all my problems stem from that. I've been to a therapist but she couldn't shed much light on it. Also yes, I also suffer from deppression
User avatar #87 - articvibe (7 hours ago) [-]
well emotion blunting and depression kind of go hand in hand but i cant really shed any light on your situation, the whole physiological umbrella is fairly huge. If it concerns you, you should definitely try and seek a second opinion from a different phsyc doctor, they'll probably try throwing you on light anti depressants though.
User avatar #90 - bluebandit (7 hours ago) [-]
I probably will go and see different Docs, any information or help in this situation would be more than useful.

Thank you though
#60 - isoceles (9 hours ago) [-]
i thought i was aromantic for awhile. i eventually learned it was the possessiveness that got to me. My first couple of girlfriends were clingy and too in my space. I eventually found a new girlfriend who is independent and confident enough to let me live my own life and it is 100% better. Its nice because we can go a day without seeing each other and be fine. we can go a day acting like best friends and its fine. We can go a day acting like boyfriend and girlfriend and its fine. We have our own lives, but we also have each other.
User avatar #61 - bluebandit (9 hours ago) [-]
You see, I'm the opposite, I'm the clingy one. I had a girl recently like that, she knew how I felt and she accepted it, we done everything girlfriends and boyfriends do but without the feelings. But I think she wanted more so she started seeing other guys (which hurt on an emotional level even though there was no emotion... Makes no sense I know) and ultimately ran off with my best friend.
I need someone who I can focus on
User avatar #58 - lolollo (9 hours ago) [-]
psychopathy.txt
User avatar #59 - bluebandit (9 hours ago) [-]
Or that, yes
#67 - lots of heroes have lifted mjolnir. Storm, Rogue, Miguel O'Har…  [+] (2 new replies) 9 hours ago on F*ck you Thor... 0
User avatar #77 - barbwirepain (7 hours ago) [-]
supes and WW the enchantment was taken off
#87 - isoceles (6 hours ago) [-]
no, not exactly. Superman lifted it because he was deemed worthy in that moment. Wonder Woman is just flat out worthy. You have to keep in mind the traits an Asgardian God would deem as' worth'. Superman, who is, love it or hate it, a goddamn boyscout would never really be worthy of a warrior race who proves themselves inbattle. WW on the other hand is a born and bred warrior, pretty much made for war, making her much more inline with Norse values. Also explains why Cap (valiant solider) can lift it, but Peter Parker (another boyscout, unwavering morales, but not a warrior) could not.

Also, not being one to make unsubstantiated claims, I come bearing a scan.
#14 - Picture 9 hours ago on Well, That Was Unexpected... 2 0
#63 - My explanation isn't perfect, because gravity wouldn't/couldn'…  [+] (6 new replies) 9 hours ago on F*ck you Thor... 0
User avatar #64 - barbwirepain (9 hours ago) [-]
let's not forget, Captain America has lifted Mjolnir
#67 - isoceles (9 hours ago) [-]
lots of heroes have lifted mjolnir. Storm, Rogue, Miguel O'Harra (Spider-Man 2099) and both Wonder Woman and Superman during a crossover all come to mind off the top of my head. They all had the biological/psychological make up that the hammer deemed to be 'worthy'
User avatar #77 - barbwirepain (7 hours ago) [-]
supes and WW the enchantment was taken off
#87 - isoceles (6 hours ago) [-]
no, not exactly. Superman lifted it because he was deemed worthy in that moment. Wonder Woman is just flat out worthy. You have to keep in mind the traits an Asgardian God would deem as' worth'. Superman, who is, love it or hate it, a goddamn boyscout would never really be worthy of a warrior race who proves themselves inbattle. WW on the other hand is a born and bred warrior, pretty much made for war, making her much more inline with Norse values. Also explains why Cap (valiant solider) can lift it, but Peter Parker (another boyscout, unwavering morales, but not a warrior) could not.

Also, not being one to make unsubstantiated claims, I come bearing a scan.
#66 - flowgo (9 hours ago) [-]
amd hulk at some point
User avatar #78 - barbwirepain (7 hours ago) [-]
only in the ultimate universe not 616
#248 - I would certainly hope so, and I expect it would, but I've alw… 10 hours ago on Pimpmobile 0
#240 - I agree with you regarding dedicated AT weaponry being able to…  [+] (3 new replies) 10 hours ago on Pimpmobile 0
User avatar #244 - JuliusC (10 hours ago) [-]
but honestly dont you think a plot that large would get sniffed out by Homeland or the FBI/CIA
User avatar #279 - vgmddg (7 hours ago) [-]
9/11
#248 - isoceles (10 hours ago) [-]
I would certainly hope so, and I expect it would, but I've always had a "better to have and not need instead of need and not have" outlook on situations. Growing up my dad used to coach me in a bunch of different sports, and he'd always tell me that someday I'm going to come up against someone who is bigger or stronger or faster or smarter than me, and i'd have to be as prepared as I could possibly be to have a chance against someone better than me. To me, thats what the secret service is doing. They don't expect to fail, but they want to be prepared just incase someday they come across someone who is 'better' than them.

I'd just like to clarify, I mean no disrespect to you or your opinions. This is merely my point of view on the situation, which doesn't count for much considering I'm not even American. You raise very valid points, and I'm positive that there are more 'practical' ways for your tax dollars to be spent. I've enjoyed this brief conversation, its not often you can actually have different opinions online and not have it dissolve into some sort of flame war.
#56 - It's not heavy in the conventional sense. Its more like its st…  [+] (9 new replies) 10 hours ago on F*ck you Thor... +2
User avatar #168 - rockamekishiko (1 hour ago) [-]
so if he was on a plane and were to let go the hammer would stay in place ripping the plane apart?
User avatar #62 - sodapops (10 hours ago) [-]
Thanks, I had wondered a bit about that. "Hurf, made from carbon-laminated neutron star matter with sprinkes on top" like I've seen in some explanations probably would mean that the damn thing just dropped to the middle of the earth and assploded.

... I should watch all those superhero movies. I used to love superhero comics when I was a kid.
#63 - isoceles (9 hours ago) [-]
My explanation isn't perfect, because gravity wouldn't/couldn't affect something that truly existed in a fixed place, but such is the nature of trying to explain magical fictional things. It feels like a good enough explanation to settle on, to me anyways.

Also. yes, yes you should. Super hero movies and super heroes in general are a major interest of mine, not because they are simply interesting, but because they represent the best of what humanity can be. The purist form of altruism exists in the pages of comic books, and i just think thats amazing.
User avatar #64 - barbwirepain (9 hours ago) [-]
let's not forget, Captain America has lifted Mjolnir
#67 - isoceles (9 hours ago) [-]
lots of heroes have lifted mjolnir. Storm, Rogue, Miguel O'Harra (Spider-Man 2099) and both Wonder Woman and Superman during a crossover all come to mind off the top of my head. They all had the biological/psychological make up that the hammer deemed to be 'worthy'
User avatar #77 - barbwirepain (7 hours ago) [-]
supes and WW the enchantment was taken off
#87 - isoceles (6 hours ago) [-]
no, not exactly. Superman lifted it because he was deemed worthy in that moment. Wonder Woman is just flat out worthy. You have to keep in mind the traits an Asgardian God would deem as' worth'. Superman, who is, love it or hate it, a goddamn boyscout would never really be worthy of a warrior race who proves themselves inbattle. WW on the other hand is a born and bred warrior, pretty much made for war, making her much more inline with Norse values. Also explains why Cap (valiant solider) can lift it, but Peter Parker (another boyscout, unwavering morales, but not a warrior) could not.

Also, not being one to make unsubstantiated claims, I come bearing a scan.
#66 - flowgo (9 hours ago) [-]
amd hulk at some point
User avatar #78 - barbwirepain (7 hours ago) [-]
only in the ultimate universe not 616
#221 - a bigger waste of tax dollars would be the inevitable war/manh…  [+] (5 new replies) 11 hours ago on Pimpmobile 0
User avatar #238 - JuliusC (10 hours ago) [-]
while i agree that protecting the pres is a huge priority, what they've effectively done is put out a match with an ocean while the planet is falling into a star. For civil defense it is drastic overkill, but for military defense it is woefully inadequate, so basically its good for nothing. The problem of a presidential assassin is better dealt with through proximital security forces and route planning than through raw armor, because the beast might as well be a cardboard box against dedicated AT weaponry.
#240 - isoceles (10 hours ago) [-]
I agree with you regarding dedicated AT weaponry being able to decimate the Beast, but by my understanding of weapon proofing is that even though something may be "bullet proof" if enough of those bullets are fired, the system will fail. In my mind I see the beast as being small group of insurgent proof, not army proof. It is most definitely overkill for defending against a single assailant, but if a group of say, 12-20 people all had fully automatic weapons and a few grenades each and suddenly the protection becomes adequate. Forgive me if my understanding of weapon proofing is wrong, I could be completely out to lunch, but it helps me understand why such a monstrous vehicle is needed.
User avatar #244 - JuliusC (10 hours ago) [-]
but honestly dont you think a plot that large would get sniffed out by Homeland or the FBI/CIA
User avatar #279 - vgmddg (7 hours ago) [-]
9/11
#248 - isoceles (10 hours ago) [-]
I would certainly hope so, and I expect it would, but I've always had a "better to have and not need instead of need and not have" outlook on situations. Growing up my dad used to coach me in a bunch of different sports, and he'd always tell me that someday I'm going to come up against someone who is bigger or stronger or faster or smarter than me, and i'd have to be as prepared as I could possibly be to have a chance against someone better than me. To me, thats what the secret service is doing. They don't expect to fail, but they want to be prepared just incase someday they come across someone who is 'better' than them.

I'd just like to clarify, I mean no disrespect to you or your opinions. This is merely my point of view on the situation, which doesn't count for much considering I'm not even American. You raise very valid points, and I'm positive that there are more 'practical' ways for your tax dollars to be spent. I've enjoyed this brief conversation, its not often you can actually have different opinions online and not have it dissolve into some sort of flame war.
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