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#4 - which movie is the third one from?  [+] (3 new replies) 09/24/2014 on Enjoy +1
User avatar #6 - itachijebest (09/24/2014) [-]
I second that....it looks like it's from The Watchmen..... but it's not
#13 - akarathesixth (09/25/2014) [-]
I heard something like it was from the ultimate edition or something when the same vid was posted as content.
User avatar #5 - schnizel (09/24/2014) [-]
watchmen
#257 - Sorry, thought we were still on different pages.  [+] (1 new reply) 06/05/2014 on Dat face 0
User avatar #261 - helenwheels (06/05/2014) [-]
The differences in our pages is that I think the government shouldn't pay for anything because should be free.
You think people should regulate themselves for the government.

If left wingers really wanted social medical care they would all pay into a fund and form a private charity. But they don't want it unless they can force conservatives into it to.
#252 - Then they should pay out of their own pockets for their fat/sm…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/05/2014 on Dat face 0
User avatar #254 - helenwheels (06/05/2014) [-]
Yeah, that's what I said.
User avatar #257 - lockified (06/05/2014) [-]
Sorry, thought we were still on different pages.
User avatar #261 - helenwheels (06/05/2014) [-]
The differences in our pages is that I think the government shouldn't pay for anything because should be free.
You think people should regulate themselves for the government.

If left wingers really wanted social medical care they would all pay into a fund and form a private charity. But they don't want it unless they can force conservatives into it to.
#246 - Shouldnt be encouraged either. Smoking is getting forbidden in…  [+] (6 new replies) 06/05/2014 on Dat face +1
User avatar #249 - helenwheels (06/05/2014) [-]
I don't think the government should have to clean up after anyone.
Because I think people should be able to make their own mistakes.
#255 - dontknowmeatall (06/05/2014) [-]
Not if their mistakes are harmful to other people. One thing is hurting yourself, another one is hurting those who really need the help you're wasting.
User avatar #252 - lockified (06/05/2014) [-]
Then they should pay out of their own pockets for their fat/smoking/drinking/drug related medical problems.
User avatar #254 - helenwheels (06/05/2014) [-]
Yeah, that's what I said.
User avatar #257 - lockified (06/05/2014) [-]
Sorry, thought we were still on different pages.
User avatar #261 - helenwheels (06/05/2014) [-]
The differences in our pages is that I think the government shouldn't pay for anything because should be free.
You think people should regulate themselves for the government.

If left wingers really wanted social medical care they would all pay into a fund and form a private charity. But they don't want it unless they can force conservatives into it to.
#239 - Knees wearing out, increased risk of heart attacks, diabetes, …  [+] (10 new replies) 06/05/2014 on Dat face 0
User avatar #240 - helenwheels (06/05/2014) [-]
What about people drink and smoke?
User avatar #280 - lotengo (06/05/2014) [-]
People who smoke are getting more frowned upon lately. In my country they are constantly raising taxations on those things, and you are no longer allowed to smoke in bars, restaurants. Besides your own house you basically cant smoke inside anywhere anymore.
People who drink probably dont drink at work/during the day so you have a harder time picking the drinkers out.
My uncle was always a heavy drinker, after my aunt died 8 or 9 years ago he kept drinking. He wasnt addicted or unable to function. He just drank a lot. Like 4 or 6 beers after work, talking bout 45cl bottles.
On my dads birthday in februari my mom told him to go to the doctorl because he had a strange color...turned out he had extremely advanced and spread out livercancer. On march 4th, at the age of 58...but even tough he drunk a lot he was always a very productive member of society. Most heavy drinkers i know are.
#265 - xxxsonic fanxxx (06/05/2014) [-]
I agree. And with your drink and smoke points. I agree further. Smoking damages everybody around you and should be banned as a health hazard to society and a hinderance on the growth of the economy. thats what 5-10 mins you're not working every lets say hour to two hours. That shit adds up fast and ravages on the productivity of the company as a whole. Not to mention non smokers don't get those breaks every god damn hour. left doing more work. Now in a retail arena where everybody is on set breaks and time clocks then it is fair but the job sucks ass anyways and nobody wants to work for shit pay and shit conditions.
Anyways. i agree with the above statements and that they ought to pay for everything themselves since it was their choice to live like that. That also includes drinking and smoking.
User avatar #246 - lockified (06/05/2014) [-]
Shouldnt be encouraged either. Smoking is getting forbidden in more places, is heavily taxed and costs a lot of money to keep up, the paying for your medical care should apply there too though. Alcohol is (in my country atleast) heavily taxed aswell while fast food and calorie dense foods are not. Smoking is a problem but not as big as obesity is, 1/3 of Americas population is overweight, in many western countries obesity is a growing problem that is slowly getting accepted because of the fat activism and the "must" to accept everyones way of life. We should stop this problem before it grows into the culture like smoking and drinking have already done.
User avatar #249 - helenwheels (06/05/2014) [-]
I don't think the government should have to clean up after anyone.
Because I think people should be able to make their own mistakes.
#255 - dontknowmeatall (06/05/2014) [-]
Not if their mistakes are harmful to other people. One thing is hurting yourself, another one is hurting those who really need the help you're wasting.
User avatar #252 - lockified (06/05/2014) [-]
Then they should pay out of their own pockets for their fat/smoking/drinking/drug related medical problems.
User avatar #254 - helenwheels (06/05/2014) [-]
Yeah, that's what I said.
User avatar #257 - lockified (06/05/2014) [-]
Sorry, thought we were still on different pages.
User avatar #261 - helenwheels (06/05/2014) [-]
The differences in our pages is that I think the government shouldn't pay for anything because should be free.
You think people should regulate themselves for the government.

If left wingers really wanted social medical care they would all pay into a fund and form a private charity. But they don't want it unless they can force conservatives into it to.
#232 - Her lifestyle choice is eventually going to cost the governmen…  [+] (16 new replies) 06/05/2014 on Dat face +3
User avatar #234 - helenwheels (06/05/2014) [-]
How?
I'm open minded and curious.
User avatar #268 - lotengo (06/05/2014) [-]
I once missed my train by 5 seconds because a landwhale family of 4 was walking in 1 line and there was no room for me to walk around them and run for the train.
User avatar #269 - helenwheels (06/05/2014) [-]
Fair enough.
User avatar #287 - lotengo (06/05/2014) [-]
It was very traumatising to see the doors of the train close only a few meters before me (i managed to squeeze myself in front of them when the path widened) but my sprint came to late...half a minute later the landwhale family had made its way to where i was standing and demanded the stationworker that he re-opened those doors.

if those 'people' had lost some weight all 5 of us would be on that train.
#258 - lolabunny (06/05/2014) [-]
(British here, won't be the same in America or wherever you are) When a person becomes over weight their health suffers for things like diabetes, heart disease, strokes, some cancers, chronic joint pain etc.
To start with these diseases are not just experienced by the obese person but their families to. They have to see them have the heart attacks and strokes on the kitchen floor and be the ones to call the ambulance and hold their hand when it comes. If they are very fat then they might not even be able to fit in the ambulance (in extreme cases) and will suffer the indignity along with the obese person.
Obesity also causes sleep apnea and snoring so their loved ones also have to suffer disrupted sleep patterns consistently which can make it hard for them to get on with their own lives.
Some of the affects of obesity can make it difficult to work making the person a burden on their family for support, and while I'm sure the family loves them enough to do it they shouldn't have to.
That's the first reason; obligation to family. Second reason is the obligation to their society.
If it is difficult for them to work then they will likely claim benefits for it, making them a drain on resources that should be going to people with issues that can't be cured with work such as mental disorders and physical disabilities.
All of those diseases (and the many more that come along with obesity) will need to be treated medically (this is where things might be different for Americans) and this treatment will have to be at least subsidized by the state meaning they are a huge drain on resources that should be going, again, to people with problems that can't be gotten rid of with effort.
Lastly is the obligation to self. It has been shown that weight has been linked to depression, and in general living with a condition that restricts movement or options is difficult (regardless of the cause), and they owe their bodies more than that.
There would be more but I'm out of space :/
User avatar #239 - lockified (06/05/2014) [-]
Knees wearing out, increased risk of heart attacks, diabetes, bad immune system causing you to be more susceptible to disease. Sure, one can be fat, however, they should pay for EVERYTHING themselves which includes medical care caused by the excessive weight.
User avatar #240 - helenwheels (06/05/2014) [-]
What about people drink and smoke?
User avatar #280 - lotengo (06/05/2014) [-]
People who smoke are getting more frowned upon lately. In my country they are constantly raising taxations on those things, and you are no longer allowed to smoke in bars, restaurants. Besides your own house you basically cant smoke inside anywhere anymore.
People who drink probably dont drink at work/during the day so you have a harder time picking the drinkers out.
My uncle was always a heavy drinker, after my aunt died 8 or 9 years ago he kept drinking. He wasnt addicted or unable to function. He just drank a lot. Like 4 or 6 beers after work, talking bout 45cl bottles.
On my dads birthday in februari my mom told him to go to the doctorl because he had a strange color...turned out he had extremely advanced and spread out livercancer. On march 4th, at the age of 58...but even tough he drunk a lot he was always a very productive member of society. Most heavy drinkers i know are.
#265 - xxxsonic fanxxx (06/05/2014) [-]
I agree. And with your drink and smoke points. I agree further. Smoking damages everybody around you and should be banned as a health hazard to society and a hinderance on the growth of the economy. thats what 5-10 mins you're not working every lets say hour to two hours. That shit adds up fast and ravages on the productivity of the company as a whole. Not to mention non smokers don't get those breaks every god damn hour. left doing more work. Now in a retail arena where everybody is on set breaks and time clocks then it is fair but the job sucks ass anyways and nobody wants to work for shit pay and shit conditions.
Anyways. i agree with the above statements and that they ought to pay for everything themselves since it was their choice to live like that. That also includes drinking and smoking.
User avatar #246 - lockified (06/05/2014) [-]
Shouldnt be encouraged either. Smoking is getting forbidden in more places, is heavily taxed and costs a lot of money to keep up, the paying for your medical care should apply there too though. Alcohol is (in my country atleast) heavily taxed aswell while fast food and calorie dense foods are not. Smoking is a problem but not as big as obesity is, 1/3 of Americas population is overweight, in many western countries obesity is a growing problem that is slowly getting accepted because of the fat activism and the "must" to accept everyones way of life. We should stop this problem before it grows into the culture like smoking and drinking have already done.
User avatar #249 - helenwheels (06/05/2014) [-]
I don't think the government should have to clean up after anyone.
Because I think people should be able to make their own mistakes.
#255 - dontknowmeatall (06/05/2014) [-]
Not if their mistakes are harmful to other people. One thing is hurting yourself, another one is hurting those who really need the help you're wasting.
User avatar #252 - lockified (06/05/2014) [-]
Then they should pay out of their own pockets for their fat/smoking/drinking/drug related medical problems.
User avatar #254 - helenwheels (06/05/2014) [-]
Yeah, that's what I said.
User avatar #257 - lockified (06/05/2014) [-]
Sorry, thought we were still on different pages.
User avatar #261 - helenwheels (06/05/2014) [-]
The differences in our pages is that I think the government shouldn't pay for anything because should be free.
You think people should regulate themselves for the government.

If left wingers really wanted social medical care they would all pay into a fund and form a private charity. But they don't want it unless they can force conservatives into it to.
#65 - the one where they do roadwork  [+] (2 new replies) 04/06/2014 on Perfect typography +1
User avatar #66 - killerliquid (04/06/2014) [-]
User avatar #95 - rihardololz (04/06/2014) [-]
look comment #94
#42 - omg.. that is so beautiful, wish i was swedish 09/08/2013 on I love you in Romania 0
#126 - Dildozer, Dildozr, Dilldoser 07/19/2013 on Poison 0
#2 - kanske är du  [+] (1 new reply) 06/06/2013 on Crack +4
User avatar #4 - adventurecrime (06/06/2013) [-]
kanske.....fast jag har aldrig langat knark i mitt liv....
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