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#54 - damn, you can't fake that kind of stupidity, but i sense the U… 02/22/2014 on PC is much money +2
#26 - that scene deserved an oscar 02/22/2014 on (untitled) +1
#8 - college juniors: "ugh, everyone and everything" 02/20/2014 on We are all 6th graders +34
#6 - Obligatory  [+] (1 new reply) 02/20/2014 on CHOCOLATE?!?! +68
User avatar #38 - jackmanagan (02/21/2014) [-]
small miracles
#4 - Comment deleted 02/20/2014 on CHOCOLATE?!?! 0
#32 - "what could possibly go wrong?" 02/20/2014 on smooth guy 0
#13 - i would walk up to her, look her straight in the eye, and say …  [+] (3 new replies) 02/20/2014 on smooth guy +3
User avatar #26 - Thundergod (02/20/2014) [-]
I would look at her and say, "Now, I tell you what. I like you. And I want you. Now we can do this the easy way or we can do this the HARD way. The choice is yours."
#32 - mattymc (02/20/2014) [-]
"what could possibly go wrong?"
#16 - rickyleipzig (02/20/2014) [-]
and add to the massive pool of men that probably tell her she is gorgeous every five seconds.

'You look like you could eat a lot, how about lunch'***
#60 - isnt it standard procedure at most hospitals anyway?  [+] (1 new reply) 02/20/2014 on Saw this at the Creation... 0
#71 - xxbandwagonxx (02/20/2014) [-]
Not standard but most parents agree to have it done.
www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/hestat/circumcision_2013/circumcision_2013.htm
#90 - *Discontinued 02/19/2014 on Chipotle 0
#119 - since when do fanfiction writers give a **** about facts? 02/19/2014 on Dorkly 0
#12 - Cersei/Daenarys fanfiction.... I am completely ok with this  [+] (6 new replies) 02/19/2014 on Dorkly -4
#14 - EdwardNigma (02/19/2014) [-]
I am not.
Cersei was married to Robert, Dany would burn the bitch alive.
#119 - mattymc (02/19/2014) [-]
since when do fanfiction writers give a shit about facts?
User avatar #84 - admiralen (02/19/2014) [-]
she also murdered robert though
#80 - wheredahoodat (02/19/2014) [-]
Not to mention that the Lannisters are the ones who ultimately betrayed, overthrew and murdered the Targaryens.
User avatar #21 - zdawg (02/19/2014) [-]
Sir I feel I must ask, how did you acquire an orange name? Because until I have an answer I must be forced to believe that you have been a member for so long that you went all around the color wheel and arrived at orange.
#37 - anonymous (02/19/2014) [-]
he a mod sooooooooooon
#71 - this is allowed but porn isnt, the mechanical process here is … 02/17/2014 on heraclitus -1
#4 - Im pretty sure she never even noticed him offer, but without s… 02/17/2014 on Swing and a Miss +1
#7 - Picture 02/17/2014 on heraclitus +6
#77 - pretty sure j-lo and marc anthony are latino, not middle easte… 02/15/2014 on Celebrities as Disney... +2
#37 - osu cowboy, i figured haha 02/15/2014 on Ricky 0
#12 - i guess its a regional thing, being from northern new jersey e…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/15/2014 on Ricky +1
User avatar #13 - osucwby (02/15/2014) [-]
Probably. Im in southwestern Oklahoma. Our cost of living is fairly low. Not the lowest but lower than New Jersey.
#37 - mattymc (02/15/2014) [-]
osu cowboy, i figured haha
#8 - and what kind of clinic is it, i am genuinely curious  [+] (5 new replies) 02/15/2014 on Ricky +1
User avatar #10 - osucwby (02/15/2014) [-]
Are there different specialized clinics? I just know of family ones like I go to and pediatric ones and hospitals as well. Other than that are there different kinds?
User avatar #9 - osucwby (02/15/2014) [-]
Its a regular doctors place. Like for families. I see a lot of different people go in there old and young, but not babies so its not pediatric. Only 3 doctors work there. I live in a fairly small town and its the only one. Don't know the name off hand. Everyone just refers to it as the clinic. I use to go out of town where my sister and brother in law went. Cause they like their doctor and use him for their kid. They don't like using just any doctor for Winston.
#12 - mattymc (02/15/2014) [-]
i guess its a regional thing, being from northern new jersey everything is more expensive
User avatar #13 - osucwby (02/15/2014) [-]
Probably. Im in southwestern Oklahoma. Our cost of living is fairly low. Not the lowest but lower than New Jersey.
#37 - mattymc (02/15/2014) [-]
osu cowboy, i figured haha
#6 - your biannual checkups only cost you $30 witout any insurance,…  [+] (7 new replies) 02/15/2014 on Ricky +1
User avatar #7 - osucwby (02/15/2014) [-]
Well. I have an annual checkup and usually go once just because I'm sick and need to know which prescription to get. Used to have a little bit of insurance and they jacked up the price since they knew the insurance would pay. Got rid of it and the place I go lowers the price for people without insurance. I haven't gone since all this stuff is kicking in. Haven't talked to them about it yet either. Had a different place that would have done $50, but went for the cheaper place.
#8 - mattymc (02/15/2014) [-]
and what kind of clinic is it, i am genuinely curious
User avatar #10 - osucwby (02/15/2014) [-]
Are there different specialized clinics? I just know of family ones like I go to and pediatric ones and hospitals as well. Other than that are there different kinds?
User avatar #9 - osucwby (02/15/2014) [-]
Its a regular doctors place. Like for families. I see a lot of different people go in there old and young, but not babies so its not pediatric. Only 3 doctors work there. I live in a fairly small town and its the only one. Don't know the name off hand. Everyone just refers to it as the clinic. I use to go out of town where my sister and brother in law went. Cause they like their doctor and use him for their kid. They don't like using just any doctor for Winston.
#12 - mattymc (02/15/2014) [-]
i guess its a regional thing, being from northern new jersey everything is more expensive
User avatar #13 - osucwby (02/15/2014) [-]
Probably. Im in southwestern Oklahoma. Our cost of living is fairly low. Not the lowest but lower than New Jersey.
#37 - mattymc (02/15/2014) [-]
osu cowboy, i figured haha
#4 - but, if you want even half-decent healthcare, dont you need to…  [+] (15 new replies) 02/15/2014 on Ricky +8
User avatar #28 - durkadurka (02/15/2014) [-]
In theory? No. In reality? More or less.
User avatar #5 - osucwby (02/15/2014) [-]
Well right now I am in perfect health. If I want healthcare I will be willing to pay for it. I want to be able to pick a plan that fits me personally. Not some one size fits all mentality approach. I plan on getting health insurance whenever I start a family. As it is right now I just go like about twice a year for 30$ a trip. Any insurance is more expensive than that for me. It was fine until they decided I should pay a fine for not having any insurance.
User avatar #34 - nustix (02/15/2014) [-]
I'm not sure if you ever heard about this but there is a reason health inscurances work like this. Because people with high risk will insure themselves while people in good health don't which makes it more expensive for the insurance company. Which will raise the money you have to pay for the insurance, which results in more people with good health dropping out. Making it unpayable.

Also what you said about the government being forced to have an army but not a healthcare program. That's how we made it. In the 1600's The Dutch company VOC had it's own army so had one of the states in the country so that's bullshit it depends on the situation. It's just the standard right now.

Also for the Iraq war I'm not american but from what I heard they never declared war so the congress never said anything about it. The president just send "millitary advisors" Basicly waging war without declaring war.
User avatar #38 - osucwby (02/15/2014) [-]
I realize thats essentially how all insurance works, but not all healthy people opt out. Who gives them the right to keep people from opting out by force of law. What happened to the freedom of choice? Maybe they should work on a way to create competition in the private sector.

Referring to the military I mentioned in most places its that way. I didn't say all or always was.

Actually the president did get congresses approval. It was based on the intelligence at the time. By now a lot of people believe the intelligence was faulty and that the administration at the time lied. They(both Clintons and Bushs administrations) said there were WMD's or had the capability to make them, but we never found any. However, by the time he got approval they had enough time to move them out of the country. So its all speculation as to whether there were WMDs at all. That is something you need to research for yourself. I find it kind of ironic they don't know where Syria managed to get warheads with sarin gas (which is considered a WMD).
User avatar #39 - nustix (02/15/2014) [-]
About the president thing I had no clue I don't follow the american new I just heard that America hadn't declared war in quite a time.

I'm just saying the government forcing you to get a insurance is not such a bad thing. When you have a car crash there's atleast a way to pay for it rather than getting financially broke because you suddenly get a failing kidney.

In more social countries like sweden or the Netherlands the differnce between poor and rich is not as big, I think this is a good thing people born in poor homes still have a chance to create a life for themselves rather than America where you have a big chance you stay poor because your parents can't invest in your future.
User avatar #41 - osucwby (02/16/2014) [-]
Understandable. It is usually pretty complicated with politics here.

The point is, its essential a tax on life itself. Its live saying you have to pay this in order to even live. Would I rather pay $3000 a year for insurance or be able to save that each year and use it to pay hospital bills when I need to, and if I don't have health issues its saved for retirement. I should be able to make that decision myself.

What is the definition of poor? As long as I have a roof over my head and three meals a day I would not consider that poor. I don't need all the extras in life. It's nice to have them, but I don't have to have them. If I want those things I will work harder to get them. Regardless of what they say it is actually fairly easy to live a comfortable life hear. I don't think it is my parents responsibility to invest in my future. It is up to an individual as to how successful they are. I'm not saying every other country has it wrong. If it works for them great, but I don't want it.
User avatar #42 - nustix (02/16/2014) [-]
I guess it depends on the person. I for example am smart enough to go to university but if I lived in America I couldn't go because it's way to expensive and I'm not smart enough to get a fund. Or I would get a debt I could never pay of.
#6 - mattymc (02/15/2014) [-]
your biannual checkups only cost you $30 witout any insurance, shit, my co-pay is $30
User avatar #7 - osucwby (02/15/2014) [-]
Well. I have an annual checkup and usually go once just because I'm sick and need to know which prescription to get. Used to have a little bit of insurance and they jacked up the price since they knew the insurance would pay. Got rid of it and the place I go lowers the price for people without insurance. I haven't gone since all this stuff is kicking in. Haven't talked to them about it yet either. Had a different place that would have done $50, but went for the cheaper place.
#8 - mattymc (02/15/2014) [-]
and what kind of clinic is it, i am genuinely curious
User avatar #10 - osucwby (02/15/2014) [-]
Are there different specialized clinics? I just know of family ones like I go to and pediatric ones and hospitals as well. Other than that are there different kinds?
User avatar #9 - osucwby (02/15/2014) [-]
Its a regular doctors place. Like for families. I see a lot of different people go in there old and young, but not babies so its not pediatric. Only 3 doctors work there. I live in a fairly small town and its the only one. Don't know the name off hand. Everyone just refers to it as the clinic. I use to go out of town where my sister and brother in law went. Cause they like their doctor and use him for their kid. They don't like using just any doctor for Winston.
#12 - mattymc (02/15/2014) [-]
i guess its a regional thing, being from northern new jersey everything is more expensive
User avatar #13 - osucwby (02/15/2014) [-]
Probably. Im in southwestern Oklahoma. Our cost of living is fairly low. Not the lowest but lower than New Jersey.
#37 - mattymc (02/15/2014) [-]
osu cowboy, i figured haha
#3 - the guys got balls 02/14/2014 on tis the season +7
#35 - I think people are taking too many liberties with their gender… 02/14/2014 on ohshitniggerwhatareyoudoing... 0
#9 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 02/13/2014 on lobster boiling a human 0
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#197 - "After that, he remembered nothing" .... **** ! 02/12/2014 on Love life +4
#193 - oh ****  [+] (1 new reply) 02/12/2014 on Love life 0
#197 - mattymc (02/12/2014) [-]
"After that, he remembered nothing" ....FUCK!
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