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#86 - ^ what he said, matt and trey were just as pissed off about it  [+] (3 new replies) 06/16/2014 on racist post +1
#100 - doktorwhat (06/16/2014) [-]
they even made another two episode with mohammed (200 and 201) and in it said that they already showed Mohammen with the Super Best Friends (which DID air back in the '90s). After those two episodes aired, CC had to remove the Super Best Friends episode from the website as well as 200 + 201 (at least in Germany). And in the Cartoon Wars episode, that CC censored Mohammed at the last minute was actually part of the joke and was intentional.

I still like the shit episode. NYPD Blue got the go to say shit 1 time on TV, and the very next week, South Park got the go to say shit also 1 time. But they kept pressing the powers that be, and finally got to do all 206 shits or whatever it was. That episode is pure genius and was super controversial when it came out. Goddamn I love south park!
User avatar #105 - grrphc (06/16/2014) [-]
...That's what we're talking about.
#106 - doktorwhat (06/16/2014) [-]
(I know - I just wanted to say the names of the episodes [Super Best Friends, Cartoon Wars (1+2), 200, 201)

peace negroe
#219 - oh damn don't I know, I was in Zandvoort for the last couple o… 06/14/2014 on Swell with pride 0
#41 - Found the autistic  [+] (1 new reply) 05/17/2014 on Peaceful -5
User avatar #45 - axxein (05/19/2014) [-]
found the cancer.
#37 - tl;dr: I have autism and would rather look at the sky than hav… 05/17/2014 on Peaceful -1
#36 - Yes and those people are called autistic, nice observation  [+] (4 new replies) 05/17/2014 on Peaceful -6
User avatar #40 - arialynx (05/17/2014) [-]
Not everyone who likes being alone is autistic, it's just a part of their personality. Introverts or shy people (not exactly the same thing) are described as having a reserved and solitary behavior, autistic people have an actual mental disorder that can be identified as such because there is more to autism than just being antisocial. Most people generally have a mix of introversion and extroversion, some more introvert than others, but that isn't classified as autism. "Autism affects information processing in the brain by altering how nerve cells and their synapses connect and organize" (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autism). That is a physical characteristic that introverts don't have. Also, children with autism act obviously strangely compared to shy children. An autistic child might ignore an adult and throw hissy fits when touched, while a shy child will stick close to their parents and maybe hide behind them to avoid attention.
#41 - jonodillieono (05/17/2014) [-]
Found the autistic
User avatar #45 - axxein (05/19/2014) [-]
found the cancer.
User avatar #38 - guiguito (05/17/2014) [-]
I am pretty sure that is statisticly imposible.
#325 - Blame the country not the customer, they shouldn't have to pay… 05/10/2014 on terrible 0
#323 - Shouldn't of signed the contact then and went somewhere else w… 05/10/2014 on terrible 0
#321 - You won't listen to it even then as you feel as though your en… 05/09/2014 on terrible 0
#319 - You signed the contract, if you wasn't happy with it you shoul…  [+] (7 new replies) 05/07/2014 on terrible 0
#326 - gilfhunter (05/10/2014) [-]
Reply to 325

You really dont get it do you. Hidden charges are all apart of our paying culture. A uhaul advertises that you can rent it for 19.99, but the only way you get that cost is if you rent it and just stare at it in the parking lot. Sales Tax? Another hidden charge (because my country apparently has not figured out that you can, if fact, put that sales tax and factor it into the cost) Tipping is another "hidden charge" but luckily for cheap bastards and those who want to let servers know how bad they did, you dont have to pay it. I have no problem with the tipping system, and tipping tends to work different for drivers. I usually know that I am going to get between two and four dollars for my delivery, and I am okay with that. Servers actually can loose their tip for doing shitty, and that is okay too. You are right, tipping should be for good service, but me, personally, I am a tipped worker, and every one of my friends either are, or have been, one. So for me, unless the person comes out and takes a shit on my plate, or I can clearly tell we arent being served (being the only one in the restaurant yet my cup is dry) I will tip, and tip well. That is the culture I grew up with, and I wont try to convince you of its superiority, nor will I accept someone trying to convince me of its inferiority. We live in different countries with different customs. But that contract you continuously like to tout that I signed stated tips were my wage. Every server has a similar contract.
#324 - gilfhunter (05/10/2014) [-]
Reply to 323

Again, I am a university student, in a country with a broken minimum wage system, so that is not an option.
#325 - jonodillieono (05/10/2014) [-]
Blame the country not the customer, they shouldn't have to pay more just because you signed a contract you're unhappy with
#322 - gilfhunter (05/10/2014) [-]
Reply to 321 (it wont let me reply for some reason)

That contract I signed stated TIPS were my wage, and I work in a state that does not recognize the difference betweened tipped and non tipped workers. Feeling I should make enough money to survive without government assistance is not entitlement,
#323 - jonodillieono (05/10/2014) [-]
Shouldn't of signed the contact then and went somewhere else where you'd get paid better
#320 - gilfhunter (05/07/2014) [-]
You know what, until you have a job, I am not going to listen to your opinion.
#321 - jonodillieono (05/09/2014) [-]
You won't listen to it even then as you feel as though your entitled to more money than the contact you signed
#317 - I'm English, is college the equivalent of University or High S…  [+] (9 new replies) 05/07/2014 on terrible 0
#318 - gilfhunter (05/07/2014) [-]
College is American English equivalent for University.

We agree to lower wages because in our employment contracts, it states tips are a part of our wage.

My job "normally" entails me putting my life and my vehicle at risk. A tip is not an entitlement, but it makes sense you have a different view of tipping. See, your country actually pays a livable minimum wage. And no one would ever do these jobs for 7.25 USD an hour. (UK-19,872 vs 15,080 annual wage)

I do not have a degree, but am pursuing one. Regardless of qualification, there are still many college grads who are still only able to find work as servers or drivers

Comparing the wage of a waiter to a janitor is not a good comparison. The median pay for one is 25k a year in the US, nearly twice that in the UK. So he doesnt have to rely on tips.
#319 - jonodillieono (05/07/2014) [-]
You signed the contract, if you wasn't happy with it you shouldn't of signed it

It's not the customers fault you agreed to a shit paying job, it shouldn't be expected that they give you money for nothing (you're already being paid for being a waiter/delivery driver so serving or delivering pizza to them isn't doing them a favour as it's your job)

It's kind of similar to walking down a street and seeing a homeless person asking for money, sure it's nice to give it to them since they need it but nobody should be expected to give it to them.

People know how badly paid being a waiter/delivery driver is and if they want to help you with some money they will but they shouldn't be made out to be a villain if they don't
#326 - gilfhunter (05/10/2014) [-]
Reply to 325

You really dont get it do you. Hidden charges are all apart of our paying culture. A uhaul advertises that you can rent it for 19.99, but the only way you get that cost is if you rent it and just stare at it in the parking lot. Sales Tax? Another hidden charge (because my country apparently has not figured out that you can, if fact, put that sales tax and factor it into the cost) Tipping is another "hidden charge" but luckily for cheap bastards and those who want to let servers know how bad they did, you dont have to pay it. I have no problem with the tipping system, and tipping tends to work different for drivers. I usually know that I am going to get between two and four dollars for my delivery, and I am okay with that. Servers actually can loose their tip for doing shitty, and that is okay too. You are right, tipping should be for good service, but me, personally, I am a tipped worker, and every one of my friends either are, or have been, one. So for me, unless the person comes out and takes a shit on my plate, or I can clearly tell we arent being served (being the only one in the restaurant yet my cup is dry) I will tip, and tip well. That is the culture I grew up with, and I wont try to convince you of its superiority, nor will I accept someone trying to convince me of its inferiority. We live in different countries with different customs. But that contract you continuously like to tout that I signed stated tips were my wage. Every server has a similar contract.
#324 - gilfhunter (05/10/2014) [-]
Reply to 323

Again, I am a university student, in a country with a broken minimum wage system, so that is not an option.
#325 - jonodillieono (05/10/2014) [-]
Blame the country not the customer, they shouldn't have to pay more just because you signed a contract you're unhappy with
#322 - gilfhunter (05/10/2014) [-]
Reply to 321 (it wont let me reply for some reason)

That contract I signed stated TIPS were my wage, and I work in a state that does not recognize the difference betweened tipped and non tipped workers. Feeling I should make enough money to survive without government assistance is not entitlement,
#323 - jonodillieono (05/10/2014) [-]
Shouldn't of signed the contact then and went somewhere else where you'd get paid better
#320 - gilfhunter (05/07/2014) [-]
You know what, until you have a job, I am not going to listen to your opinion.
#321 - jonodillieono (05/09/2014) [-]
You won't listen to it even then as you feel as though your entitled to more money than the contact you signed
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