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#28 - Just out of interest...Did you make your trademark guy have a …  [+] (1 new reply) 09/07/2012 on Good Star Sun +50
User avatar #51 - ChromedDragon (09/07/2012) [-]
yes

yes i did
#220 - **lcarnage rolls 4** 09/06/2012 on Kids -11
#123 - It's obviously just for the purpose of the joke, how could any… 09/06/2012 on The fucking pain -2
#119 - There are much better methods than beatings.  [+] (1 new reply) 09/05/2012 on Little girl with serious balls +11
User avatar #121 - martialbrony (09/05/2012) [-]
Shock collars...
#103 - People get butthurt?  [+] (1 new reply) 09/05/2012 on Just Louis CK (2) +31
#106 - Womens Study Major (09/05/2012) [-]
well depending on the person it could be buttpleased.
#31 - Haha, I stand corrected, well played OP.  [+] (1 new reply) 09/04/2012 on Damn Tyrone +3
User avatar #32 - flynnissocoollyk (09/04/2012) [-]
ahaa is cool bro. cant believe anything on here.
#27 - Name of the black guy, the guy who was hit and the guy who goe…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/04/2012 on Damn Tyrone +1
#29 - flynnissocoollyk (09/04/2012) [-]
benjamin gilroy is the one filming. dont know the others, only went to primary school with the filmer and one of the lads watching. it happend at the royal latin grammar school in buckingham.
suck it bitch.
User avatar #31 - lcarnage (09/04/2012) [-]
Haha, I stand corrected, well played OP.
User avatar #32 - flynnissocoollyk (09/04/2012) [-]
ahaa is cool bro. cant believe anything on here.
#16 - Because...Ducknuts? 09/04/2012 on *Witty Title* +7
#123 - I was running to the toilet one time, like, black man running … 09/04/2012 on Tiny morbid everyday fear 0
#70 - If I was good with photoshop I'd make a feel team of Na'Vi fro… 09/04/2012 on R.I.P Michael Clarke Duncan 0
#164 - Picture 09/04/2012 on Mitt Romney gets hit by a... +1
#112 - Picture 09/03/2012 on Magickz +3
#110 - **lcarnage rolls 9,424** Come at me quads.  [+] (1 new reply) 09/03/2012 on Magickz 0
#112 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
#77 - Ok now we're on a similar page, all this time I thought you we… 09/03/2012 on Drowning 0
#68 - "If you always put limit on everything you do, physical o…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/03/2012 on Drowning 0
User avatar #73 - techketzer (09/03/2012) [-]
The point is when you affect and endanger others.
Just like Bruce Lee would have never made a lethal blow against a training partner.
That's what Darth Vader would do, if you excuse that fictional example.

"I would not wish for someone to risk themselves to save me due to a mistake I made."
Neither would I. I couldn't live with someone suffering for my mistakes.
But you know what? My buddies could never live with letting anyone behind either, hell, that's why we did what we did in the first place. And I fucking know they wouldn't have hesitated. If I wasn't atheist I'd praise the lord and give thanks push never came to shove.

If you've got a bunch of heartless assholes, then you may be able to pull it off, but don't count on good people being selfish and heartless. Won't work.
#77 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
Ok now we're on a similar page, all this time I thought you were against pushing boundaries. I can stop this rant now.
#66 - You're clearly more experienced in these situations than I am,…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/03/2012 on Drowning 0
User avatar #67 - techketzer (09/03/2012) [-]
" But the other half wants me to push my boundaries."

Fuck that half. It's not worth it if someone else has to pay for it.
User avatar #68 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
"If you always put limit on everything you do, physical or anything else. It will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not must not stay there, you must go beyond them."

- Bruce Lee

Where is the point you should stop pushing your boundaries? If you never did you would be ordinary, not extraordinary. I would not wish for someone to risk themselves to save me due to a mistake I made.
User avatar #73 - techketzer (09/03/2012) [-]
The point is when you affect and endanger others.
Just like Bruce Lee would have never made a lethal blow against a training partner.
That's what Darth Vader would do, if you excuse that fictional example.

"I would not wish for someone to risk themselves to save me due to a mistake I made."
Neither would I. I couldn't live with someone suffering for my mistakes.
But you know what? My buddies could never live with letting anyone behind either, hell, that's why we did what we did in the first place. And I fucking know they wouldn't have hesitated. If I wasn't atheist I'd praise the lord and give thanks push never came to shove.

If you've got a bunch of heartless assholes, then you may be able to pull it off, but don't count on good people being selfish and heartless. Won't work.
#77 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
Ok now we're on a similar page, all this time I thought you were against pushing boundaries. I can stop this rant now.
#61 - If you read the whole message you'd realise I think safety is … 09/03/2012 on Drowning -1
#53 - Ok, let me get this straight. If someone's life was under my r…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/03/2012 on Drowning -3
#273 - Womens Study Major (09/03/2012) [-]
Not to wear seatbelts just because you trust your friend's driving skills is idiotic. No matter how good he would be at driving, there's people in the traffic that aren't so good or just don't care and may hit you. There can always be surprising conditions that you have no control over and wich can injure you or even kill you. This is why safety gear was invented, to prevent injuries from conditions you can't control. Not to use the safety gear is stupid and irresponsible, always. Just because you enjoy the adrenaline rush you get from doing stupid things, doesn't make them right or acceptable, nor does it really make your life any better.
User avatar #65 - techketzer (09/03/2012) [-]
That's complacent, idiotic and completely irresponsible.
You might think it's your personal decision because it's only affecting you, but it isn't because it doesn't.

Don't be the weak link in the chain.
#59 - Womens Study Major (09/03/2012) [-]
Oh dear God. Comfort and trust is more important than safety? You are stupider than I first thought. In the same logic, if someone else is driving like a nutter you can crash. It's not always the driver's fault. Same with you. Even if you know what you're doing, you could always misplace your foot when you jump and land on rocks and die.

And if you were really their friend you would wear a lifejacket. It makes it much easier to save you, and imagine how they'd feel if you died because of your stupidity and ignorance?
User avatar #61 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
If you read the whole message you'd realise I think safety is more important than comfort and trust, and you think I'm ignorant.
#49 - I don't intentionally put myself in the situation where I'm in…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/03/2012 on Drowning -2
User avatar #64 - techketzer (09/03/2012) [-]
This isn't just about you, actually.
In a group and a potentially dangerous situation, you have responsibility to the others.

Dude, I've been inside burning buildings knowing there's a buddy trusting me blindly.
I fuck up, he might die. I'm careless and injure myself and I'm putting the others in danger having to get me out.
Putting up warning signs on the road while the others are there cutting people out of the wrecks isn't glorious work, but if I fuck up I might get all of them killed.
Therefore reflective vest and careful walking instead of running.

Same thing with you. Imagine someone gets hurt because of having to help you.
You don't wanna do that to anyone.
User avatar #66 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
You're clearly more experienced in these situations than I am, which is undeniable. One part of me tells me to keep safe. But the other half wants me to push my boundaries.
User avatar #67 - techketzer (09/03/2012) [-]
" But the other half wants me to push my boundaries."

Fuck that half. It's not worth it if someone else has to pay for it.
User avatar #68 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
"If you always put limit on everything you do, physical or anything else. It will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not must not stay there, you must go beyond them."

- Bruce Lee

Where is the point you should stop pushing your boundaries? If you never did you would be ordinary, not extraordinary. I would not wish for someone to risk themselves to save me due to a mistake I made.
User avatar #73 - techketzer (09/03/2012) [-]
The point is when you affect and endanger others.
Just like Bruce Lee would have never made a lethal blow against a training partner.
That's what Darth Vader would do, if you excuse that fictional example.

"I would not wish for someone to risk themselves to save me due to a mistake I made."
Neither would I. I couldn't live with someone suffering for my mistakes.
But you know what? My buddies could never live with letting anyone behind either, hell, that's why we did what we did in the first place. And I fucking know they wouldn't have hesitated. If I wasn't atheist I'd praise the lord and give thanks push never came to shove.

If you've got a bunch of heartless assholes, then you may be able to pull it off, but don't count on good people being selfish and heartless. Won't work.
#77 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
Ok now we're on a similar page, all this time I thought you were against pushing boundaries. I can stop this rant now.
#46 - I'll let you in on a secret, That is *******…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/03/2012 on Drowning -2
User avatar #50 - techketzer (09/03/2012) [-]
That changes nothing if you think about it.
This is a debate about attitude and safety reasoning, not practice.
User avatar #53 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
Ok, let me get this straight. If someone's life was under my responsibility I wouldn't think twice about strapping them up with a helmet, shoes and life jacket before going out. I do not think for a moment that companies such as Jersey Adventures (A local company who takes groups out kayaking and such) is unnecessarily preparing the people who are participating. I completely agree with their methods. If I was in the same situation, I'd take the same pre-cautions. But it's the trust in my friends and myself that stops me from putting all the advised safety gear on. It's the same reason people choose not to wear a seatbelt: Comfort and trust.
#273 - Womens Study Major (09/03/2012) [-]
Not to wear seatbelts just because you trust your friend's driving skills is idiotic. No matter how good he would be at driving, there's people in the traffic that aren't so good or just don't care and may hit you. There can always be surprising conditions that you have no control over and wich can injure you or even kill you. This is why safety gear was invented, to prevent injuries from conditions you can't control. Not to use the safety gear is stupid and irresponsible, always. Just because you enjoy the adrenaline rush you get from doing stupid things, doesn't make them right or acceptable, nor does it really make your life any better.
User avatar #65 - techketzer (09/03/2012) [-]
That's complacent, idiotic and completely irresponsible.
You might think it's your personal decision because it's only affecting you, but it isn't because it doesn't.

Don't be the weak link in the chain.
#59 - Womens Study Major (09/03/2012) [-]
Oh dear God. Comfort and trust is more important than safety? You are stupider than I first thought. In the same logic, if someone else is driving like a nutter you can crash. It's not always the driver's fault. Same with you. Even if you know what you're doing, you could always misplace your foot when you jump and land on rocks and die.

And if you were really their friend you would wear a lifejacket. It makes it much easier to save you, and imagine how they'd feel if you died because of your stupidity and ignorance?
User avatar #61 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
If you read the whole message you'd realise I think safety is more important than comfort and trust, and you think I'm ignorant.
#41 - Both of which I don't do and never will do.  [+] (8 new replies) 09/03/2012 on Drowning -2
User avatar #43 - techketzer (09/03/2012) [-]
Yet you go sea kayaking without a lifevest.
User avatar #46 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
I'll let you in on a secret,

That is bullshit, I don't own a sea kayak, it was simply something to enhance the clarity of my opinion. I've only ever rented kayaks in which it is compulsory to wear a life jacket, to which I comply.
User avatar #50 - techketzer (09/03/2012) [-]
That changes nothing if you think about it.
This is a debate about attitude and safety reasoning, not practice.
User avatar #53 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
Ok, let me get this straight. If someone's life was under my responsibility I wouldn't think twice about strapping them up with a helmet, shoes and life jacket before going out. I do not think for a moment that companies such as Jersey Adventures (A local company who takes groups out kayaking and such) is unnecessarily preparing the people who are participating. I completely agree with their methods. If I was in the same situation, I'd take the same pre-cautions. But it's the trust in my friends and myself that stops me from putting all the advised safety gear on. It's the same reason people choose not to wear a seatbelt: Comfort and trust.
#273 - Womens Study Major (09/03/2012) [-]
Not to wear seatbelts just because you trust your friend's driving skills is idiotic. No matter how good he would be at driving, there's people in the traffic that aren't so good or just don't care and may hit you. There can always be surprising conditions that you have no control over and wich can injure you or even kill you. This is why safety gear was invented, to prevent injuries from conditions you can't control. Not to use the safety gear is stupid and irresponsible, always. Just because you enjoy the adrenaline rush you get from doing stupid things, doesn't make them right or acceptable, nor does it really make your life any better.
User avatar #65 - techketzer (09/03/2012) [-]
That's complacent, idiotic and completely irresponsible.
You might think it's your personal decision because it's only affecting you, but it isn't because it doesn't.

Don't be the weak link in the chain.
#59 - Womens Study Major (09/03/2012) [-]
Oh dear God. Comfort and trust is more important than safety? You are stupider than I first thought. In the same logic, if someone else is driving like a nutter you can crash. It's not always the driver's fault. Same with you. Even if you know what you're doing, you could always misplace your foot when you jump and land on rocks and die.

And if you were really their friend you would wear a lifejacket. It makes it much easier to save you, and imagine how they'd feel if you died because of your stupidity and ignorance?
User avatar #61 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
If you read the whole message you'd realise I think safety is more important than comfort and trust, and you think I'm ignorant.
#40 - I never said I know everything. I worded one of my comments ba…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/03/2012 on Drowning -1
#44 - Womens Study Major (09/03/2012) [-]
That's not why everyone hates you. You didn't word anything badly, you're stupid, you think you know everything (eg trying to disprove everyone with flawed arguments) and you were wrong about that jellyfish thing that the other guy corrected you on.
#37 - The only information that you know of me is that I prefer not … 09/03/2012 on Drowning -2
#36 - That isn't guarantee, that's a possibility. In russian roulett…  [+] (14 new replies) 09/03/2012 on Drowning -2
User avatar #39 - techketzer (09/03/2012) [-]
It is a possibility that the individual dies, but the guarantee that someone will fall and die in both. Whether you are killed by the kinetic energy of a metal slug or your own impacting the ground doesn't make a difference.

It's a gamble with death itself, and a completely unnecessary one in both cases.
User avatar #41 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
Both of which I don't do and never will do.
User avatar #43 - techketzer (09/03/2012) [-]
Yet you go sea kayaking without a lifevest.
User avatar #46 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
I'll let you in on a secret,

That is bullshit, I don't own a sea kayak, it was simply something to enhance the clarity of my opinion. I've only ever rented kayaks in which it is compulsory to wear a life jacket, to which I comply.
User avatar #50 - techketzer (09/03/2012) [-]
That changes nothing if you think about it.
This is a debate about attitude and safety reasoning, not practice.
User avatar #53 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
Ok, let me get this straight. If someone's life was under my responsibility I wouldn't think twice about strapping them up with a helmet, shoes and life jacket before going out. I do not think for a moment that companies such as Jersey Adventures (A local company who takes groups out kayaking and such) is unnecessarily preparing the people who are participating. I completely agree with their methods. If I was in the same situation, I'd take the same pre-cautions. But it's the trust in my friends and myself that stops me from putting all the advised safety gear on. It's the same reason people choose not to wear a seatbelt: Comfort and trust.
#273 - Womens Study Major (09/03/2012) [-]
Not to wear seatbelts just because you trust your friend's driving skills is idiotic. No matter how good he would be at driving, there's people in the traffic that aren't so good or just don't care and may hit you. There can always be surprising conditions that you have no control over and wich can injure you or even kill you. This is why safety gear was invented, to prevent injuries from conditions you can't control. Not to use the safety gear is stupid and irresponsible, always. Just because you enjoy the adrenaline rush you get from doing stupid things, doesn't make them right or acceptable, nor does it really make your life any better.
User avatar #65 - techketzer (09/03/2012) [-]
That's complacent, idiotic and completely irresponsible.
You might think it's your personal decision because it's only affecting you, but it isn't because it doesn't.

Don't be the weak link in the chain.
#59 - Womens Study Major (09/03/2012) [-]
Oh dear God. Comfort and trust is more important than safety? You are stupider than I first thought. In the same logic, if someone else is driving like a nutter you can crash. It's not always the driver's fault. Same with you. Even if you know what you're doing, you could always misplace your foot when you jump and land on rocks and die.

And if you were really their friend you would wear a lifejacket. It makes it much easier to save you, and imagine how they'd feel if you died because of your stupidity and ignorance?
User avatar #61 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
If you read the whole message you'd realise I think safety is more important than comfort and trust, and you think I'm ignorant.
#38 - Womens Study Major (09/03/2012) [-]
Mathematically, you're wrong. Sorry.

With Russian Roulette, you can't say someone WILL die. It's wrong. Yes, if you had an infinite amount of time, someone would, but not in reality. There is a 1/6 probability that somone will die first time. A 1/6 the next game too. So there's a 1/36 someone will die in the first two rounds. And a 1/216 by round 3. Mathematically the chances will increase every time, but nobody HAS TO die.

Same in anything you say you're doing. Chances may be incredible low that you may get stung by a box jellyfish, but there's always a chance, and you can't say there isn't.

Also just to throw in, I completely disagree with everything you're saying. Little kids like you that think they know everything piss me off.
User avatar #42 - techketzer (09/03/2012) [-]
Hate to attack your argument, but you're wrong.
The revolvers cylinder is only spun once, meaning the maximum number of possible turns is 6.
Russian roulette ends with a corpse. Always.
User avatar #40 - lcarnage (09/03/2012) [-]
I never said I know everything. I worded one of my comments badly which made it seem like I think I'm invincible, which is highly false. I am aware that there is always the CHANCE of something going wrong, but I can't put it into words why I choose to do these things.
#44 - Womens Study Major (09/03/2012) [-]
That's not why everyone hates you. You didn't word anything badly, you're stupid, you think you know everything (eg trying to disprove everyone with flawed arguments) and you were wrong about that jellyfish thing that the other guy corrected you on.
#32 - They aren't irrelevant but the unlikelihood of it's happening …  [+] (1 new reply) 09/03/2012 on Drowning -2
#58 - Deathfyre (09/03/2012) [-]
"the unlikelihood of it's happening is so low" Remember kids, just say no to double negatives, then they become triples, and everything's fine
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