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#19 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 04/14/2013 on 3 Second Rule +4
User avatar #39 - holeymoley (04/14/2013) [-]
i was about to give you sauce, and then i realised...

im an idiot
#82 - I beg to differ. 04/14/2013 on Robert Downy Jr. visiting... +3
#19 - Many < would be had. 04/14/2013 on No homo, right? +1
#348 - No. 04/13/2013 on WHAT I LEARNED FROM ANIME... 0
#93 - Too bad you're a fag who knows nothing of One Piece. 04/11/2013 on Whitebeard -1
#92 - As much as I liked Whitebeard, and he probably is in the top 1… 04/11/2013 on Whitebeard 0
#138 - I always saw it as a moe characteristic like the fang. Its in … 04/11/2013 on Anime Plot 0
#325 - Have you played brilliant games like BioShock and BioShock Inf…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/02/2013 on Might Wanna Enlarge +3
User avatar #357 - nebuchadnezzaurus (04/02/2013) [-]
That's a good argument. Of course, now I retract anything I implied earlier about you being unable to understand my point. I agree that remaining ignorant of new tidings in culture is likely to be harmful for someone's "enrichment" as a human being. As is being overly conservative about some things. You've almost made reconsider some of my points.
#301 - If you did you wouldn't be saying something so ridiculous. Man…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/02/2013 on Might Wanna Enlarge +3
User avatar #312 - nebuchadnezzaurus (04/02/2013) [-]
No no, you didn't understand me correctly... There is Uncle Tom's Cabin, and there's Pokemon (or any other mainstream/commercially successful video game produced by a huge company). Don't you think they aren't equal in terms of personal and spiritual enrichment?
User avatar #325 - luciferiam (04/02/2013) [-]
Have you played brilliant games like BioShock and BioShock Infinite (I've got Bioshock on the brain so I can't name others atm lol)? The storys in these games make many books look like a joke compared. Exactly how you would compare Uncle Tom's Cabin to Pokemon level. You are massively generalizing and that's where the problem lies. There is masterpiece level "personal and spiritual enrichment" in all mediums, just as there is pure garbage and everything in between within those mediums. Comic books and Manga also contain stories that contain so many complex themes and discussion worthy matters I personally pity those who remain ignorant of them. There are plenty of books that are pure junk, look at series like Twilight and even Harry Potter, the quotes in these games the OP posted are more powerful then probably the entire sum of those ridiculously depressingly popular series.
User avatar #357 - nebuchadnezzaurus (04/02/2013) [-]
That's a good argument. Of course, now I retract anything I implied earlier about you being unable to understand my point. I agree that remaining ignorant of new tidings in culture is likely to be harmful for someone's "enrichment" as a human being. As is being overly conservative about some things. You've almost made reconsider some of my points.
#281 - Lol no, I understood completely what you said but I could alre…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/02/2013 on Might Wanna Enlarge +3
User avatar #284 - nebuchadnezzaurus (04/02/2013) [-]
Well, you're wrong. There's nothing I like more than a meaningful conversation with arguments well-grounded in logic.
User avatar #301 - luciferiam (04/02/2013) [-]
If you did you wouldn't be saying something so ridiculous. Many mediums stretch across other mediums constantly with various conversions, which completely negates your argument. By your logic, as long as a video game was translated into the format of a book it then could be brilliant. /facepalm.
User avatar #312 - nebuchadnezzaurus (04/02/2013) [-]
No no, you didn't understand me correctly... There is Uncle Tom's Cabin, and there's Pokemon (or any other mainstream/commercially successful video game produced by a huge company). Don't you think they aren't equal in terms of personal and spiritual enrichment?
User avatar #325 - luciferiam (04/02/2013) [-]
Have you played brilliant games like BioShock and BioShock Infinite (I've got Bioshock on the brain so I can't name others atm lol)? The storys in these games make many books look like a joke compared. Exactly how you would compare Uncle Tom's Cabin to Pokemon level. You are massively generalizing and that's where the problem lies. There is masterpiece level "personal and spiritual enrichment" in all mediums, just as there is pure garbage and everything in between within those mediums. Comic books and Manga also contain stories that contain so many complex themes and discussion worthy matters I personally pity those who remain ignorant of them. There are plenty of books that are pure junk, look at series like Twilight and even Harry Potter, the quotes in these games the OP posted are more powerful then probably the entire sum of those ridiculously depressingly popular series.
User avatar #357 - nebuchadnezzaurus (04/02/2013) [-]
That's a good argument. Of course, now I retract anything I implied earlier about you being unable to understand my point. I agree that remaining ignorant of new tidings in culture is likely to be harmful for someone's "enrichment" as a human being. As is being overly conservative about some things. You've almost made reconsider some of my points.
#270 - Picture  [+] (11 new replies) 04/02/2013 on Might Wanna Enlarge +3
User avatar #277 - nebuchadnezzaurus (04/02/2013) [-]
...And you're probably too young to even understand what I was trying to say
User avatar #287 - thedarkestrogue (04/02/2013) [-]
age does not define intelligence and understanding. I met an 8 year old who understood quantum physics better than i could ever hope to. You make very brusque and crude insults that have no base. I am done arguing with a sycophant such as yourself.
User avatar #294 - nebuchadnezzaurus (04/02/2013) [-]
On your way out, you might want to look up the definition of the word "sycophant".
User avatar #302 - thedarkestrogue (04/02/2013) [-]
i think it fits nicely. You seem to want to please the book gods, trying to prove that you're better than everyone else on this website by saying that books are the be all end all in story based media.
User avatar #331 - nebuchadnezzaurus (04/02/2013) [-]
No hard feelings, friend. You've made some very interesting points, even though I don't agree with them.
User avatar #281 - luciferiam (04/02/2013) [-]
Lol no, I understood completely what you said but I could already tell talking to you would be like explaining evolution to a mentally challenged devout religious zealot.
User avatar #284 - nebuchadnezzaurus (04/02/2013) [-]
Well, you're wrong. There's nothing I like more than a meaningful conversation with arguments well-grounded in logic.
User avatar #301 - luciferiam (04/02/2013) [-]
If you did you wouldn't be saying something so ridiculous. Many mediums stretch across other mediums constantly with various conversions, which completely negates your argument. By your logic, as long as a video game was translated into the format of a book it then could be brilliant. /facepalm.
User avatar #312 - nebuchadnezzaurus (04/02/2013) [-]
No no, you didn't understand me correctly... There is Uncle Tom's Cabin, and there's Pokemon (or any other mainstream/commercially successful video game produced by a huge company). Don't you think they aren't equal in terms of personal and spiritual enrichment?
User avatar #325 - luciferiam (04/02/2013) [-]
Have you played brilliant games like BioShock and BioShock Infinite (I've got Bioshock on the brain so I can't name others atm lol)? The storys in these games make many books look like a joke compared. Exactly how you would compare Uncle Tom's Cabin to Pokemon level. You are massively generalizing and that's where the problem lies. There is masterpiece level "personal and spiritual enrichment" in all mediums, just as there is pure garbage and everything in between within those mediums. Comic books and Manga also contain stories that contain so many complex themes and discussion worthy matters I personally pity those who remain ignorant of them. There are plenty of books that are pure junk, look at series like Twilight and even Harry Potter, the quotes in these games the OP posted are more powerful then probably the entire sum of those ridiculously depressingly popular series.
User avatar #357 - nebuchadnezzaurus (04/02/2013) [-]
That's a good argument. Of course, now I retract anything I implied earlier about you being unable to understand my point. I agree that remaining ignorant of new tidings in culture is likely to be harmful for someone's "enrichment" as a human being. As is being overly conservative about some things. You've almost made reconsider some of my points.
#224 - Theres not a huge amount, but there is definetly anime up to o… 03/31/2013 on philosophy +3
#139 - I find lack of understanding in this thread disturbing. 03/29/2013 on Elizabeth 0
#116 - Any fag who thinks CoD 2 and 4 are the same is mentally … 03/18/2013 on call of duty cosplay +1
#13 - Tough decision but. 03/18/2013 on YFW 0
#12 - No, but while I have nothing against dubs, this is a must watc… 03/18/2013 on YFW 0
#7 - Sounds like some of you may enjoy. 03/18/2013 on YFW -1
#215 - There was no condescension dear sir. I was merely offering a d…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/18/2013 on Sadness 0
User avatar #219 - sheepysquirrel (03/18/2013) [-]
That is why I said "not saying people with clinical depression" some things can't be avoided but too many people simply give up.

Sure we all have petty little issues in life and to some they are horrible, but there is a difference between being depressed and going "Omg life is so hard I hate it" and complaining about it 24/7.

Everyone has some way to be happy with life, they need to find it.
#213 - Never stops being funny how people on the internet exclaim int… 03/18/2013 on Sadness 0
#208 - All your woes you are describing in high school is why people … 03/18/2013 on Sadness 0
#202 - Wasn't going to post until you said this. Just calling stuff s…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/18/2013 on Sadness 0
#214 - mcismyname (03/18/2013) [-]
I was typing my response when you said it for me.
You cannot use science as a claim and not use scientific thinking to analyze results.
Otherwise, you are just another blind, deluded fellow calling on a higher power, like this poor anon over here.
#190 - Do tell what one should do if they find the life you find wond…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/18/2013 on Sadness 0
User avatar #210 - sheepysquirrel (03/18/2013) [-]
Now you are just being condescending.

My way of life would be boring to plenty, just as their way could be boring to me. People need to be happy with their life how it is, and if they are not; it is up to themselves to change it.
If you want to look at it as you are, someone else has a lack of understanding or imagination if they are not happy with life. There is always something someone will be interested in doing, unless they are some uptight piece of shit; they will try to attain that.
I'm not saying they have to rule the world, but if someone is thinking "boy does life suck" and then they see skydiving and tv and thinks "I want to go sky diving", they should do so. If they are really all that sad they will always fine SOMETHING that will interested them and want to at least ATTEMPT to do them.
Based on the maturity level of someone, they will try harder or not to complete the goal. Such as, a 13 year old is less likely to mow lawns to get a phone as a 40 year old would be to get a job and get a phone. (that is if they wanted one)
User avatar #215 - luciferiam (03/18/2013) [-]
There was no condescension dear sir. I was merely offering a different perspective to what you claimed. However and sorry, I can't think of a way to sugar coat this, it seems it was lost on you.

What would your great wisdom deem to an individual who has aspects of their life they enjoy to the point of being in a pure state of bliss, yet they still witness daily, overwhelming, CRUSHING, depression? How does the wonder you claimed of (which is referenced to that aspect of their life) save them from depression? How do you know that depression is something any could escape from? Is this boisterous claim because you have suffered it, and escaped? HA! That, sir, is nigh the definition of ignorance.

(Note: Purposely added a few words to illustrate actual condescension :))
User avatar #219 - sheepysquirrel (03/18/2013) [-]
That is why I said "not saying people with clinical depression" some things can't be avoided but too many people simply give up.

Sure we all have petty little issues in life and to some they are horrible, but there is a difference between being depressed and going "Omg life is so hard I hate it" and complaining about it 24/7.

Everyone has some way to be happy with life, they need to find it.
#184 - Explaining awareness is an extremely difficult task. My person… 03/18/2013 on Sadness +1
#163 - What if one's intelligence leads them to shed the aspects of m… 03/18/2013 on Sadness 0
#160 - One may point out being such a slave to ones nature as to shar… 03/18/2013 on Sadness 0
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