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I'm just a guy seeking pleasure in the simple things of life. Grateful for the wealth I do have, thankful for the diseases I don't.

Don't aim to outshine the stars - aim to shine among them.
Unseen and yet adding to the beauty that is the world. The best part is: You always shine, however dim it may be. So you're always part of the beauty that is the world.

If you fear that you might not be shining at all, hit me up. I'll help you see your own light.

Besides that I'm also pretty cool. Yo.

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#11 - I was kinda sad seeing him in the remastered, because he looke…  [+] (4 replies) 11/20/2016 on Original vs Remastered done... +10
#28 - woggles (11/21/2016) [-]
I know what you mean. I wasn't as disappointed in that as I was seeing Keyes in the Anniversary Edition though. He looks more like Johnny Gat from Saints Row...
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#244 - invisifat (11/27/2016) [-]
Who doesn't wanna be Johnny Gat?
#15 - anon (11/21/2016) [-]
but like i mean like he was like you know in the like the rest of the halos things bro
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#67 - logiblack (11/21/2016) [-]
But he didn't have that level of detail until the NEW ERA
#14 - I always said that Kayne was actually quite woke and down to e…  [+] (9 replies) 11/20/2016 on Kanye 2020 +49
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#174 - Abortedwafflez (11/21/2016) [-]
Up until recently we used to hate on Kanye and he says one thing that supports our viewpoint and we are licking his chocolate nutsac. Its a bit ridiculous if you ask me.
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#202 - logiblack (11/21/2016) [-]
Yea.
The hating in the first place was absolutely unjustified in the first place though.
Most of them were just memeing whatever issue was going around atm which, upon actual thinking, wasn't that much of an issue and mostly caused by someone misunderstanding and spreading bullshit.
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#203 - Abortedwafflez (11/21/2016) [-]
I'll disagree. We hated on Kanye due to his temperament or persona, whichever is the one he portrays to the media. Normally it's always something stupid. South park kinda hit it on the head with Kanye, using his ego as a plot device and to point out that his temperament is fairly terrible.

But, that is my opinion on the matter.
#131 - anon (11/21/2016) [-]
Well, there was that time he jumped on stage, snatched Taylor Swifts mic, and called people racist because Beyonce didn't win. That was 2009 and when a lot of the hate really started.
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#114 - jdawgydawg (11/21/2016) [-]
wow first logical opinion about kanye on here. luv u
#44 - rousingloki (11/21/2016) [-]
fucking horribly because he thinks the biggest problem in America is fashion, and that it's just as bad as basically every other major issue in America.
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#171 - trolljunkusa (11/21/2016) [-]
There's a great movie called iron skies where Sarah Palin is our president and the fashion industry runs the government. There's also nazis on the moon and they turn a black guy white.

Fantastic film, it's called iron sky
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#22 - wertologist (11/21/2016) [-]
Do we really want a gay fish as POTUS though?
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#43 - aiwendel (11/21/2016) [-]
OMG you homophobic speciesist deplorable! How dare you suggest a gay fish wouldn't do fine? It's not like a monkey wasn't there for 8 years, now you gotta discriminate againt fish? would speciesist be the word for discriminating against a certain species? idk, im not real good at this sjw bullshit
#76 - If people fall rock bottom and kill themselves means the circu…  [+] (1 reply) 11/20/2016 on h`wite 0
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#101 - antiponiesuser (11/20/2016) [-]
> are forced down different paths in life too, but it doesn't make us any more special than anyone else.

Fucking preach it, brother.
#61 - By saying it in one simple phrase people don't think about it …  [+] (3 replies) 11/20/2016 on h`wite -3
#69 - dnf (11/20/2016) [-]
if anything creating an elongated paragraph or explanation would enable AND provide bigger openings toward tangents. for example, you said for every weakness their is a strength. not quite, sometimes people can fall rock bottom and just kill themselves with no helping denominators. {however his/her life is and will always be essential in playing a part in the dance of life.} all i'm saying is to get points across to people on a casual basis, saying we arn't the same but essential is basically the idea of the butterfly effect. in my experience people tend to pick that message up a lot quicker. and if it makes em feel special then good on them(although the desired effect is realizing everyone is special), technically they are unique, not even arrogance can take from the value of playing your role in this cosmos.
#76 - logiblack (11/20/2016) [-]
If people fall rock bottom and kill themselves means the circumstances didn't play out the way they could display their strength.

Everything is a matter of perspective - what we see as strength might be considered a weakness in other circumstances. Just the same with weakness. What we see as weakness, might play out as a strength in other situations.

I wouldn't say we're essential. If we offed ourselves it would change nothing, as nothing is prewritten and the world would adapt to our death, continuing like there was never an alternative. Or everything is prewritten and our suicide would've been part of the script all along.
That's what I mean with equal in the big picture. No one has a special role in being.
If someone dies, even the most irreplaceable ones, history will still flow forwards. Things might change - but time will not stop all of a sudden.
Things might change for a 'worse' too, but whether something is good or bad is a matter of perspective. What we see now as good, might not be seen as good later down in history. Some people might say a fallout scenario is better. Some people might say they're nuts. Some people value wealth, some people value other things.

These differences are what makes us different. We go different paths in life, are forced down different paths in life too, but it doesn't make us any more special than anyone else.

"We're different but not special."
might've been a better wording than "We're different but equal".

But even though we might not be special in any way - or rather BECAUSE we're not special in any way, we should value ourself. But not devalue anyone else. Because they're just as special as we are. Just as right. Just as justified in being the way they are. We can go against others because they have different interests at heart. But not devalue them.

I'd argue against using the word essential because it implies that someone is important and special in any way. But I want to emphasize on not being special, so people don't get the funny idea that their idea is somehow worth more or is just and right more than anyone else's.

And the longer the phrases, the longer the explanations, the more inclined are people to start discussions and discuss their beliefs and their ideas.

If someone said to me "Nobody's the same but everyone is essential" I wouldn't go into it and try to understand it.

How many quotes of great heads have we heard and only after learning the lesson the hard way we understand what they really meant. Because they were too short. They are but a conclusion. A summary at the very best. You will only understand if you're already thinking like that. You need to understand what they mean - and for that we need explanations.
I admit my 'explanation' earlier wasn't necessarily the best - but it sparked a discussion didn't it?

If I had just written one sentence, chances are people would've ignored it. Or liked it if they agreed (because they know what I meant).
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#101 - antiponiesuser (11/20/2016) [-]
> are forced down different paths in life too, but it doesn't make us any more special than anyone else.

Fucking preach it, brother.
#45 - I don't mean to say that diversity is strength. You can ha…  [+] (2 replies) 11/20/2016 on h`wite -1
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#56 - aldothenazi (11/20/2016) [-]
The team that wins would be logically the better one. I think the culture that oppresses certain group among their culture in order to have better life for their own is immoral in my opinion and that kind of diversity isn't good (like mudslimes oppressing women, Saudis openly dressing kids as girls to molest them).
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#62 - logiblack (11/20/2016) [-]
It's like paper, stone, scissors.
Every strength opens a weakness.
If you gain in one aspect, you lack in another.
Everyone can win and everyone can fail, if the circumstances fit.
#8 - And I was so sure it was going to contain a dildo  [+] (2 replies) 11/19/2016 on neat -1
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#12 - dudulli (11/20/2016) [-]
I thought it were some fancy chopsticks.
I'm actually disappointed.
#11 - anon (11/20/2016) [-]
**anonymous used "*roll picture*"**
**anonymous rolled image**any thing is a dildo if you're brave enough
#2 - We are overall equal - but different. It does make a diffe…  [+] (26 replies) 11/19/2016 on h`wite +12
#104 - tapeboy (11/20/2016) [-]
Abbos.
#59 - dnf (11/20/2016) [-]
i found an easier way to explain is.
nobody's the same but EVERYONE is essential. boom use it when you please.
#95 - anon (11/20/2016) [-]
Most morons are COMPLETELY disposable.
Black morons MANDATORILY DISPOSABLE.

You are seeing value whereas I see shades of WORTHLESS PARASITE to PRODUCTIVE INTELLIGENT HUMANS.

99% of Blacks are entirely disposable (and should be eliminated) and 85% of Jews should be slaughtered without pity.
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#61 - logiblack (11/20/2016) [-]
By saying it in one simple phrase people don't think about it enough and get what I mean.

You hear "Nobody's the same" and "Everyone is special" each and every day.
What you get is these special snowflakes. That's not what everyone is special is supposed to mean.

Philosophical things like this shouldn't be shorted because it gets out of context quite fast.
#69 - dnf (11/20/2016) [-]
if anything creating an elongated paragraph or explanation would enable AND provide bigger openings toward tangents. for example, you said for every weakness their is a strength. not quite, sometimes people can fall rock bottom and just kill themselves with no helping denominators. {however his/her life is and will always be essential in playing a part in the dance of life.} all i'm saying is to get points across to people on a casual basis, saying we arn't the same but essential is basically the idea of the butterfly effect. in my experience people tend to pick that message up a lot quicker. and if it makes em feel special then good on them(although the desired effect is realizing everyone is special), technically they are unique, not even arrogance can take from the value of playing your role in this cosmos.
#76 - logiblack (11/20/2016) [-]
If people fall rock bottom and kill themselves means the circumstances didn't play out the way they could display their strength.

Everything is a matter of perspective - what we see as strength might be considered a weakness in other circumstances. Just the same with weakness. What we see as weakness, might play out as a strength in other situations.

I wouldn't say we're essential. If we offed ourselves it would change nothing, as nothing is prewritten and the world would adapt to our death, continuing like there was never an alternative. Or everything is prewritten and our suicide would've been part of the script all along.
That's what I mean with equal in the big picture. No one has a special role in being.
If someone dies, even the most irreplaceable ones, history will still flow forwards. Things might change - but time will not stop all of a sudden.
Things might change for a 'worse' too, but whether something is good or bad is a matter of perspective. What we see now as good, might not be seen as good later down in history. Some people might say a fallout scenario is better. Some people might say they're nuts. Some people value wealth, some people value other things.

These differences are what makes us different. We go different paths in life, are forced down different paths in life too, but it doesn't make us any more special than anyone else.

"We're different but not special."
might've been a better wording than "We're different but equal".

But even though we might not be special in any way - or rather BECAUSE we're not special in any way, we should value ourself. But not devalue anyone else. Because they're just as special as we are. Just as right. Just as justified in being the way they are. We can go against others because they have different interests at heart. But not devalue them.

I'd argue against using the word essential because it implies that someone is important and special in any way. But I want to emphasize on not being special, so people don't get the funny idea that their idea is somehow worth more or is just and right more than anyone else's.

And the longer the phrases, the longer the explanations, the more inclined are people to start discussions and discuss their beliefs and their ideas.

If someone said to me "Nobody's the same but everyone is essential" I wouldn't go into it and try to understand it.

How many quotes of great heads have we heard and only after learning the lesson the hard way we understand what they really meant. Because they were too short. They are but a conclusion. A summary at the very best. You will only understand if you're already thinking like that. You need to understand what they mean - and for that we need explanations.
I admit my 'explanation' earlier wasn't necessarily the best - but it sparked a discussion didn't it?

If I had just written one sentence, chances are people would've ignored it. Or liked it if they agreed (because they know what I meant).
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#101 - antiponiesuser (11/20/2016) [-]
> are forced down different paths in life too, but it doesn't make us any more special than anyone else.

Fucking preach it, brother.
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#24 - aldothenazi (11/20/2016) [-]
German preaching "Diversity is strenght!", how fitting.
#47 - masterboll (11/20/2016) [-]
aldo the nazi suggesting that "diversity isnt strength", how fitting
#94 - anon (11/20/2016) [-]
You want to get a boyfriend, go somewhere, don't import them.
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#58 - aldothenazi (11/20/2016) [-]
Muhammad atracking my ironic name just cause it has Nazi in it. Stay true to Allah brother.
#66 - masterboll (11/20/2016) [-]
aldo the nazi making islamophobic comments like it supports his claim. stay true to the nazi ideology comrade.
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#112 - aldothenazi (11/21/2016) [-]
Sure muhammad, but see here, atleast those two guys are fucking females who arent 10 year olds. Older chicks can do stuff to you, but you wouldnt know it.
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#113 - masterboll (11/21/2016) [-]
Sure aldo the nazi, but see here, those two occasionally switch between 10 year olds and crack whores to ensure the wyt mustard rice continues onto the next generation
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#114 - aldothenazi (11/21/2016) [-]
Shit tier shit posting dude.
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#115 - masterboll (11/21/2016) [-]
im not sure youre qualified enough to be commenting on the tier or shitposting, aldo the nazi

thats like a retard judging the way a mathematician does his calculations
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#116 - aldothenazi (11/21/2016) [-]
>still not getting the irony of my name
>calling people retard
k shitposter.
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#117 - masterboll (11/21/2016) [-]
youre certainly doing a very good job at showing how ironic the nazi name is with the unironic islamophobic trole meming, aldo the nazi.

the retard and mathematician comparison was an example

k nazi retard
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#118 - aldothenazi (11/21/2016) [-]
Up that shitposting game and come back then lil one.
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#96 - duvallwhitey (11/20/2016) [-]
that chick has got some pretty nice knockers. I'd totally put my train-load in her gas chamber.
#90 - anon (11/20/2016) [-]
fck islam and all of you lefty hippies.
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#64 - enlightednatzie (11/20/2016) [-]
No mongols allowed.
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#45 - logiblack (11/20/2016) [-]
I don't mean to say that diversity is strength.
You can have an offensive team. A defensive team. A balanced team. Neither is better than the other. Each team has it's fortes.
It's up to preference.

I for one am someone who appreciates his own culture because it's, well his own, and whishes for others to partake in it. At the moment we lose our culture and our people. And I think that's not the right way.
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#56 - aldothenazi (11/20/2016) [-]
The team that wins would be logically the better one. I think the culture that oppresses certain group among their culture in order to have better life for their own is immoral in my opinion and that kind of diversity isn't good (like mudslimes oppressing women, Saudis openly dressing kids as girls to molest them).
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#62 - logiblack (11/20/2016) [-]
It's like paper, stone, scissors.
Every strength opens a weakness.
If you gain in one aspect, you lack in another.
Everyone can win and everyone can fail, if the circumstances fit.
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#26 - carlonord (11/20/2016) [-]
There's a difference between acknowledging our differences, and wanting to turn the world into a melting pot.