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#98 - oh yeah, i learned the fine line between being an actual leade…  [+] (6 new replies) 02/28/2014 on That's my type of female +1
#106 - reican (02/28/2014) [-]
a very good quality then. though if the group becomes big, a council may be needed to maintain the best chances of survival for the group as a large.
#110 - mattoland (02/28/2014) [-]
it's probably better that way anyways, i mean power does funny things to people and the only way to quell that is with a system of checks and balances
#157 - nebuelaeus (02/28/2014) [-]
True, power messes with people's heads, but in a small group democracy is almost impossible. You need "Unity of Command" (as the military calls it) when you are in small numbers. One person has to have absolute final say, otherwise even seemingly small disputes can tear a group apart. Once your group gets large though (I'd personally call that at around 20-30 people) you do need democracy to keep one person from getting power hungry and turning it into a dictatorship.
User avatar #113 - reican (02/28/2014) [-]
true that, as power is a dangerous demon, gain too much of it and you wont own the power, the power owns you.
User avatar #298 - joberja (02/28/2014) [-]
At the same point, in a critical moment, you need a single leader to make the quick decisions. It doesn't pay to have to have a discussion when the enemy is banging on the door.
User avatar #306 - reican (02/28/2014) [-]
well that is common in any situation, if there is pressure or stress, whoever with most control over the situation must take command even if it is the newest kid in the group
#95 - i don't mean to toot my own horn here but i can lead …  [+] (8 new replies) 02/28/2014 on That's my type of female 0
User avatar #97 - reican (02/28/2014) [-]
great, someone to lead the group is crucial, but are you good to take advices from group members about leading too?
#98 - mattoland (02/28/2014) [-]
oh yeah, i learned the fine line between being an actual leader and just being a dictator
#106 - reican (02/28/2014) [-]
a very good quality then. though if the group becomes big, a council may be needed to maintain the best chances of survival for the group as a large.
#110 - mattoland (02/28/2014) [-]
it's probably better that way anyways, i mean power does funny things to people and the only way to quell that is with a system of checks and balances
#157 - nebuelaeus (02/28/2014) [-]
True, power messes with people's heads, but in a small group democracy is almost impossible. You need "Unity of Command" (as the military calls it) when you are in small numbers. One person has to have absolute final say, otherwise even seemingly small disputes can tear a group apart. Once your group gets large though (I'd personally call that at around 20-30 people) you do need democracy to keep one person from getting power hungry and turning it into a dictatorship.
User avatar #113 - reican (02/28/2014) [-]
true that, as power is a dangerous demon, gain too much of it and you wont own the power, the power owns you.
User avatar #298 - joberja (02/28/2014) [-]
At the same point, in a critical moment, you need a single leader to make the quick decisions. It doesn't pay to have to have a discussion when the enemy is banging on the door.
User avatar #306 - reican (02/28/2014) [-]
well that is common in any situation, if there is pressure or stress, whoever with most control over the situation must take command even if it is the newest kid in the group
#19 - the Forest Gump one is real, actually he also starts smoking m… 02/26/2014 on WTF Fun Fun Facts Comp Vol.... 0
#81 - Picture 02/23/2014 on Lizzie (possible spoilers) 0
#19 - The Diarrhea of Anne Frank..... 02/22/2014 on Girls & Games +2
#55 - Picture 02/16/2014 on Facts about Frozen 0
#8 - somebody just put the milk back that was bad in my flat and i … 02/06/2014 on Foul Bacherlor Frog Comp #1 0
#2 - Wasteland Justice 02/05/2014 on Skyrim and stuff +1
#6 - This will be useful to me 02/05/2014 on Appreciating the simple things +1
#3 - or they all progressively sound more and more Polish  [+] (1 new reply) 02/02/2014 on Married Names +53
#9 - anonymous (02/02/2014) [-]
And at one point, they'll become more and more Icelandic
#47 - the.... the 1972 is real, that was his original costume, in fa… 01/25/2014 on Batman 0
#47 - that made me lol 01/23/2014 on Punk'd 0
#40 - lol it's not like it's the first time it's happened. GOD-IMBUE…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/23/2014 on Damn you... 0
#42 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
The world must fall to storm or fire. Dammit Leo! Would that count as god damnit?
Actually, you're right, that'd be pretty cool. But I still believe that it'd be terrifying.
#37 - and if she decides to side with the Gods, she could be freed f…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/23/2014 on Damn you... 0
#38 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Indeed my good sir. I sincerely hope this happens, after all "How can [they] open Leo's and Calypso's without Calypso."
Although a mortal dating an immortal permantly would be awkward, and I can't see Leo becoming immortal. Actually, it's kinda terrifying imagining Leo with god-power.
#40 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
lol it's not like it's the first time it's happened. GOD-IMBUED LEO. ACTIVATE!!!
#42 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
The world must fall to storm or fire. Dammit Leo! Would that count as god damnit?
Actually, you're right, that'd be pretty cool. But I still believe that it'd be terrifying.
#35 - good point... well still he has the magical astrolabe th…  [+] (5 new replies) 01/23/2014 on Damn you... 0
#36 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Odysseus, or however you spell it. And yeah, that would be amazing, to rescue an immortal goddess from her eternal torment, a feat rivaled only by Heracles freeing Prometheus.
#37 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
and if she decides to side with the Gods, she could be freed from her torment, but the only way she could do that is if Leo frees her
#38 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Indeed my good sir. I sincerely hope this happens, after all "How can [they] open Leo's and Calypso's without Calypso."
Although a mortal dating an immortal permantly would be awkward, and I can't see Leo becoming immortal. Actually, it's kinda terrifying imagining Leo with god-power.
#40 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
lol it's not like it's the first time it's happened. GOD-IMBUED LEO. ACTIVATE!!!
#42 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
The world must fall to storm or fire. Dammit Leo! Would that count as god damnit?
Actually, you're right, that'd be pretty cool. But I still believe that it'd be terrifying.
#32 - didn't he help Echo by making that one asshat look at someone …  [+] (7 new replies) 01/23/2014 on Damn you... 0
#34 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Well, he technically helped Echo potentially, remember, originally Narcissus fell in love with his reflection in the water, not the mirror/celetia bronze. he saw her face, and fell in love with her beauty. But in that instant, just lik Hazel, he realized her heart belonged to another.
#35 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
good point... well still he has the magical astrolabe that that one guy made don't remember his name either
#36 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Odysseus, or however you spell it. And yeah, that would be amazing, to rescue an immortal goddess from her eternal torment, a feat rivaled only by Heracles freeing Prometheus.
#37 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
and if she decides to side with the Gods, she could be freed from her torment, but the only way she could do that is if Leo frees her
#38 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Indeed my good sir. I sincerely hope this happens, after all "How can [they] open Leo's and Calypso's without Calypso."
Although a mortal dating an immortal permantly would be awkward, and I can't see Leo becoming immortal. Actually, it's kinda terrifying imagining Leo with god-power.
#40 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
lol it's not like it's the first time it's happened. GOD-IMBUED LEO. ACTIVATE!!!
#42 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
The world must fall to storm or fire. Dammit Leo! Would that count as god damnit?
Actually, you're right, that'd be pretty cool. But I still believe that it'd be terrifying.
#29 - yeah but you also have to remember that Leo is like the only d…  [+] (9 new replies) 01/23/2014 on Damn you... 0
#31 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Never interpret prophecies, they always end badly; honestly, final breath is pretty worrying in and of itself.
But just because he can handle it doesn't mean he should have to. Seventh wheel was a cruel, yet accurate way of describing his relationships, like Hazel, Echo, Calypso and confused-Nymph-in-a-yellow-sundress. (Help me Calypso, you're my only hope) .
And don't worry about length, I enjoy reading and discussing.
#32 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
didn't he help Echo by making that one asshat look at someone else other then himself? well actually it wasn't helping her...just him and Hazel
#34 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Well, he technically helped Echo potentially, remember, originally Narcissus fell in love with his reflection in the water, not the mirror/celetia bronze. he saw her face, and fell in love with her beauty. But in that instant, just lik Hazel, he realized her heart belonged to another.
#35 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
good point... well still he has the magical astrolabe that that one guy made don't remember his name either
#36 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Odysseus, or however you spell it. And yeah, that would be amazing, to rescue an immortal goddess from her eternal torment, a feat rivaled only by Heracles freeing Prometheus.
#37 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
and if she decides to side with the Gods, she could be freed from her torment, but the only way she could do that is if Leo frees her
#38 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Indeed my good sir. I sincerely hope this happens, after all "How can [they] open Leo's and Calypso's without Calypso."
Although a mortal dating an immortal permantly would be awkward, and I can't see Leo becoming immortal. Actually, it's kinda terrifying imagining Leo with god-power.
#40 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
lol it's not like it's the first time it's happened. GOD-IMBUED LEO. ACTIVATE!!!
#42 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
The world must fall to storm or fire. Dammit Leo! Would that count as god damnit?
Actually, you're right, that'd be pretty cool. But I still believe that it'd be terrifying.
#27 - i never really saw him as a punching bag, just more of a subor…  [+] (11 new replies) 01/23/2014 on Damn you... 0
#28 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
I just meant that he can never catch a break, personally His mom was personally of by Gaia, and he was blamed. At least most others have someone to count on, a mother/father/brother/someone. , professionally Festus, plus the whole Percy/Annabeth falling into Tartarus , or romantically. Always he is given hope, and always he gets the shit end of the stick, and the fact he usually remains jovial is a testament to his strength.
I reaaalllly hope Calypso isn't another one.
#29 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
yeah but you also have to remember that Leo is like the only dude who can actually overcome those obsticals, like personally: after his mom died he takes incredible amounts of solace in his friends, like Hazel and Frank, even though there is sexual tension between him and Hazel, he puts it behind him because he understands Frank actually loves her professionally: he improves Festus and brings him back to life with his own hands, and works tirelessly to get his friends back and romantically: There's a fucking line in the prophesy about him and Calypso: "An oath to keep with a final breath" sorry bout the novel mate
#31 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Never interpret prophecies, they always end badly; honestly, final breath is pretty worrying in and of itself.
But just because he can handle it doesn't mean he should have to. Seventh wheel was a cruel, yet accurate way of describing his relationships, like Hazel, Echo, Calypso and confused-Nymph-in-a-yellow-sundress. (Help me Calypso, you're my only hope) .
And don't worry about length, I enjoy reading and discussing.
#32 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
didn't he help Echo by making that one asshat look at someone else other then himself? well actually it wasn't helping her...just him and Hazel
#34 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Well, he technically helped Echo potentially, remember, originally Narcissus fell in love with his reflection in the water, not the mirror/celetia bronze. he saw her face, and fell in love with her beauty. But in that instant, just lik Hazel, he realized her heart belonged to another.
#35 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
good point... well still he has the magical astrolabe that that one guy made don't remember his name either
#36 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Odysseus, or however you spell it. And yeah, that would be amazing, to rescue an immortal goddess from her eternal torment, a feat rivaled only by Heracles freeing Prometheus.
#37 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
and if she decides to side with the Gods, she could be freed from her torment, but the only way she could do that is if Leo frees her
#38 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Indeed my good sir. I sincerely hope this happens, after all "How can [they] open Leo's and Calypso's without Calypso."
Although a mortal dating an immortal permantly would be awkward, and I can't see Leo becoming immortal. Actually, it's kinda terrifying imagining Leo with god-power.
#40 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
lol it's not like it's the first time it's happened. GOD-IMBUED LEO. ACTIVATE!!!
#42 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
The world must fall to storm or fire. Dammit Leo! Would that count as god damnit?
Actually, you're right, that'd be pretty cool. But I still believe that it'd be terrifying.
#25 - i hate how he made Leo ******* useless in t…  [+] (13 new replies) 01/23/2014 on Damn you... 0
#26 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Same, as I said, I love Leo, no homo, but Rick Riordan seems to like him as a punching bag. Maybe that's just because I sympathize with Leo.
#27 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
i never really saw him as a punching bag, just more of a subordinate character, in...the 3rd one, i don't remember it's name right now, he was such a little bundle of badass, but in the 4th one he crumpled like paper, except when he met Calypso, no longer care about spoiler tags
#28 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
I just meant that he can never catch a break, personally His mom was personally of by Gaia, and he was blamed. At least most others have someone to count on, a mother/father/brother/someone. , professionally Festus, plus the whole Percy/Annabeth falling into Tartarus , or romantically. Always he is given hope, and always he gets the shit end of the stick, and the fact he usually remains jovial is a testament to his strength.
I reaaalllly hope Calypso isn't another one.
#29 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
yeah but you also have to remember that Leo is like the only dude who can actually overcome those obsticals, like personally: after his mom died he takes incredible amounts of solace in his friends, like Hazel and Frank, even though there is sexual tension between him and Hazel, he puts it behind him because he understands Frank actually loves her professionally: he improves Festus and brings him back to life with his own hands, and works tirelessly to get his friends back and romantically: There's a fucking line in the prophesy about him and Calypso: "An oath to keep with a final breath" sorry bout the novel mate
#31 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Never interpret prophecies, they always end badly; honestly, final breath is pretty worrying in and of itself.
But just because he can handle it doesn't mean he should have to. Seventh wheel was a cruel, yet accurate way of describing his relationships, like Hazel, Echo, Calypso and confused-Nymph-in-a-yellow-sundress. (Help me Calypso, you're my only hope) .
And don't worry about length, I enjoy reading and discussing.
#32 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
didn't he help Echo by making that one asshat look at someone else other then himself? well actually it wasn't helping her...just him and Hazel
#34 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Well, he technically helped Echo potentially, remember, originally Narcissus fell in love with his reflection in the water, not the mirror/celetia bronze. he saw her face, and fell in love with her beauty. But in that instant, just lik Hazel, he realized her heart belonged to another.
#35 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
good point... well still he has the magical astrolabe that that one guy made don't remember his name either
#36 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Odysseus, or however you spell it. And yeah, that would be amazing, to rescue an immortal goddess from her eternal torment, a feat rivaled only by Heracles freeing Prometheus.
#37 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
and if she decides to side with the Gods, she could be freed from her torment, but the only way she could do that is if Leo frees her
#38 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Indeed my good sir. I sincerely hope this happens, after all "How can [they] open Leo's and Calypso's without Calypso."
Although a mortal dating an immortal permantly would be awkward, and I can't see Leo becoming immortal. Actually, it's kinda terrifying imagining Leo with god-power.
#40 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
lol it's not like it's the first time it's happened. GOD-IMBUED LEO. ACTIVATE!!!
#42 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
The world must fall to storm or fire. Dammit Leo! Would that count as god damnit?
Actually, you're right, that'd be pretty cool. But I still believe that it'd be terrifying.
#25 - punks not dead, it's just hungry  [+] (3 new replies) 01/23/2014 on Punk'd +9
#46 - anonymous (01/23/2014) [-]
Sure it isn't.
It just smells like that.
User avatar #62 - leebobo (01/23/2014) [-]
you stole my joke.
#47 - mattoland (01/23/2014) [-]
that made me lol
#84 - the worst case of PTSD and suicide in the united states was di…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/30/2013 on We should continue ignoring... 0
User avatar #89 - konradkurze (12/30/2013) [-]
well part of that was also because the draft forcefully recruited hippies too

how do you turn a peaceloving person into a war machine and not expect mental issues after that
#45 - NOT MY HANDS! I NEED THOSE FOR DRAWING POLITICAL CARTOONS! 12/30/2013 on You must suffer for your... +5
#70 - it's also why there is so much more PTSD now then in WW2  [+] (3 new replies) 12/30/2013 on We should continue ignoring... +1
User avatar #82 - konradkurze (12/30/2013) [-]
kinda happened around korea/vietnam when the media got alot more busy showing what soldiers actually did, and the people back home realized "holy fuck, thats what war really is"....so coming home, the people werent too happy to welcome them back

so the kids going off to war arent switching off as soldiers should and are absorbing alot of the stress and going nuts
#84 - mattoland (12/30/2013) [-]
the worst case of PTSD and suicide in the united states was directly after the Vietnam War because of all the hippies
User avatar #89 - konradkurze (12/30/2013) [-]
well part of that was also because the draft forcefully recruited hippies too

how do you turn a peaceloving person into a war machine and not expect mental issues after that
#69 - It's because when they come home they are treated like …  [+] (4 new replies) 12/30/2013 on We should continue ignoring... +3
#70 - mattoland (12/30/2013) [-]
it's also why there is so much more PTSD now then in WW2
User avatar #82 - konradkurze (12/30/2013) [-]
kinda happened around korea/vietnam when the media got alot more busy showing what soldiers actually did, and the people back home realized "holy fuck, thats what war really is"....so coming home, the people werent too happy to welcome them back

so the kids going off to war arent switching off as soldiers should and are absorbing alot of the stress and going nuts
#84 - mattoland (12/30/2013) [-]
the worst case of PTSD and suicide in the united states was directly after the Vietnam War because of all the hippies
User avatar #89 - konradkurze (12/30/2013) [-]
well part of that was also because the draft forcefully recruited hippies too

how do you turn a peaceloving person into a war machine and not expect mental issues after that
#62 - this is actually kinda cool, it's a psychological thing. have …  [+] (1 new reply) 12/23/2013 on Gaming Memes Comp 0
User avatar #145 - techjoker (12/23/2013) [-]
The point was that if you jump on,and kill an important authority during a speech in front of a big crowd, you probably won't have 2-3 minutes to say the last words to them.
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