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#72 - are you seriously asking? like for example "he c…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/19/2016 on pretty much what it means 0
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#73 - metajunky (06/19/2016) [-]
Except Superman isn't always hearing that well. Remember this is the guy who despite his godlike powers strives to live as normal a life as possible when not superheroing. When he started developing his powers, one of the first things he learned to do was learn to focus and restrain his abilities. He learned how to dull his super senses, then call on them when he needs to use them. Just like how he doesn't always see things with X-Ray Vision he also doesn't always hear conversations across the world. Otherwise back then he would have been driven nuts from taking in so much information. Eventually his brain became powerful enough to process all that information, but with practice he honed his super hearing to only pick up on certain things like distress calls or emergency broadcasts, unless he focused harder that is

This was actually illustrated pretty well in Superman: Brainiac. Brainiac had similar super senses to Supes', but without the safety of his ship to protect him, the bombardment of information his senses took in from the Earth was physically painful to him while Superman already knew how to handle it, and that was how Superman ended up winning that fight
#27 - technically there is experience with mixed sex groups. infantr… 06/19/2016 on You get what you ask for.... +3
#42 - no matter the comic, movie, series, or whatever... su…  [+] (5 new replies) 06/19/2016 on pretty much what it means +20
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#60 - metajunky (06/19/2016) [-]
Loopholes like what?
#72 - kanedam (06/19/2016) [-]
are you seriously asking?

like for example "he can hear the heartbeat of every person on the planet" but he still doesnt realise all the shit going on around him.
i recently read the injustice stuff and the one where he lands in russia. i can give more examples from those, but in general the superman character and his abilities dont have consistency.
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#73 - metajunky (06/19/2016) [-]
Except Superman isn't always hearing that well. Remember this is the guy who despite his godlike powers strives to live as normal a life as possible when not superheroing. When he started developing his powers, one of the first things he learned to do was learn to focus and restrain his abilities. He learned how to dull his super senses, then call on them when he needs to use them. Just like how he doesn't always see things with X-Ray Vision he also doesn't always hear conversations across the world. Otherwise back then he would have been driven nuts from taking in so much information. Eventually his brain became powerful enough to process all that information, but with practice he honed his super hearing to only pick up on certain things like distress calls or emergency broadcasts, unless he focused harder that is

This was actually illustrated pretty well in Superman: Brainiac. Brainiac had similar super senses to Supes', but without the safety of his ship to protect him, the bombardment of information his senses took in from the Earth was physically painful to him while Superman already knew how to handle it, and that was how Superman ended up winning that fight
#49 - anon (06/19/2016) [-]
You need to read Invincible. viewcomic.com/invincible-001/
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#50 - stifflimb (06/19/2016) [-]
dont get him into that... the waiting time between chapters are to much!!
#15 - technically... almost all of these maps are simply population … 06/18/2016 on Anti Trump = Muslim,... 0
#46 - someone care to explain to me why such a hot character has les…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/15/2016 on D.VA comp 4 +11
#54 - donbionicle (06/15/2016) [-]
Lewd stuff is exciting at first, but then you move on to the next big boner-inducer. Now, memes on the other hand. Memes are eternal.
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#109 - megaton (06/15/2016) [-]
until the nextmeme comes along.
#105 - i dont know or understand why those questions seem so hard to …  [+] (1 new reply) 06/11/2016 on immigrant 0
#129 - justtocomment (06/11/2016) [-]
If she fled out of necessity she can file as a refugee or request amnesty. You don't get to stay in any first world country without filing for some sort of allowance.
#101 - why not give her a status to be allowed to be here if she is a…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/11/2016 on immigrant 0
#102 - justtocomment (06/11/2016) [-]
See, you set those standards and then we have to define them. When does a view become extremist? When does pride in one's heritage become a willful resistance to integrate?
No. It's illegal. There IS a process for her to undergo to be here legally. She has chosen not to do so. Her parents chose not to, and she did the same - and even bragged about it.
#105 - kanedam (06/11/2016) [-]
i dont know or understand why those questions seem so hard to answer to you.

other countries have that too... and if someone out of necessity fled into another country, even if illegal, should have a chance of getting into it.
america did the same thing with nazi scientists because it was of great use for the usa... why not keep that practice up to allow skilled people into the counrty?
#129 - justtocomment (06/11/2016) [-]
If she fled out of necessity she can file as a refugee or request amnesty. You don't get to stay in any first world country without filing for some sort of allowance.
#75 - not american here and i dont know the details about it... but …  [+] (7 new replies) 06/11/2016 on immigrant 0
#96 - justtocomment (06/11/2016) [-]
Because it is still a criminal act.
Saying she's one of the "good ones" only serves to blur a line that doesn't need to be blurred. Because she is a resounding success, she is what you consider an obvious outlier, but where's the cutoff? You mention the leeches and crooks, which are in themselves obvious outliers. But at what point do they cease to be a leech? 4.0 GPA? 3.5? Passing? Really really trying?
Once you blur that line, you have to set a standard by which to measure it so that everyone on both sides of it are treated equally.
She's undocumented - which means her continued presence in this country is illegal. Correct one of the two ("undocumented" or "in this country") and there's no problem.
#101 - kanedam (06/11/2016) [-]
why not give her a status to be allowed to be here if she is a gain for the society?

and about the lines:
it could easily be set. looking at jobs that are needed, and good education, good behaviour. i'm not an expert but a commission of experts could easily define the traits that allow someone to stay. for example (just an example) like that:
medical condition good, no illnesses and so on.
good education/high intelligence
no psychological issues so far
good social situation (get reviews of social surroundings, teacher, colleagues, and so on)
no criminal records (obviously except of the being here illegal)
no extremist views
declaration to accept and respect the hosts nations tradition, values and culture.
such a few things and it could easily be done.
#102 - justtocomment (06/11/2016) [-]
See, you set those standards and then we have to define them. When does a view become extremist? When does pride in one's heritage become a willful resistance to integrate?
No. It's illegal. There IS a process for her to undergo to be here legally. She has chosen not to do so. Her parents chose not to, and she did the same - and even bragged about it.
#105 - kanedam (06/11/2016) [-]
i dont know or understand why those questions seem so hard to answer to you.

other countries have that too... and if someone out of necessity fled into another country, even if illegal, should have a chance of getting into it.
america did the same thing with nazi scientists because it was of great use for the usa... why not keep that practice up to allow skilled people into the counrty?
#129 - justtocomment (06/11/2016) [-]
If she fled out of necessity she can file as a refugee or request amnesty. You don't get to stay in any first world country without filing for some sort of allowance.
#82 - DarkAngelLeo (06/11/2016) [-]

it's a scapegoat
Many Americans find someone else to put the blame on
Just because this girl was able to be considered to be academically successful and will most likely be successful in the US if she ever gains citizenship, it is her fault that many dumbass rednecks can't get a good job or education because she was in the US illegally, not because the dumbass rednecks have no ambition or drive to do anything with their lives.
I live in Idaho where everyone blames Obama, illegal immigrants, and refugees for every fuckin issue even though 95% of issues in Idaho are caused because the state government is fuckin retarded and doesn't know how to properly run a government

.gif kinda relevant
(Idaho would blame Khan too because he's Native American)
#138 - anon (06/11/2016) [-]
true story

same story as black kids who fuck around all year long, only pass school on the technicality they reached minimum age to leave, dont even try to get anywhere... then sit around blaming white folks for 'holding the black man down'

these rednecks doing the same thing .... they dont do shit, then when some migrant comes in with more education and skills.. the rednecks scream "dey turk mah jurbs"

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