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#23 - Well sure, Nirvana was popular, but it hasn't gotten a whole l…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/13/2014 on Wait, who is that 0
#27 - anonymous (05/27/2014) [-]
I don't think most of us are thinking this girl is an idiot because she doesn't recognise Kurt.
However, the fact that she's wearing a Nirvana shirt while saying she doesn't recognise him his still pretty funny in an ironic sense! (Well, she was wearing it back whenever she took her profile picture, but you know what I mean.)

You can laugh at a person who made themselves look a little silly without insulting them.
#22 - In the US the most listened to artist is Jay Z.  [+] (1 new reply) 05/13/2014 on Wait, who is that 0
#24 - helgheimftw (05/13/2014) [-]
i see yanks got it all fucked up if jay-z is the most listend to. also eminem is good and we can`t forget biggie
#2 - If your friend tells you they're going to kill themselves and …  [+] (3 new replies) 05/13/2014 on comedygold.png +21
User avatar #14 - RisenLichen (05/13/2014) [-]
To be honest, if someone tells someone else they're going to kill themselves they're probably saying it to catch someones attention and stop them. No person who truly wanted to kill themselves would tell someone because they know they would be stopped
#3 - digitalmasterx (05/13/2014) [-]
the thing she did was telling it on fb
User avatar #5 - kingddd (05/13/2014) [-]
she didn't say her friend did
#2 - I know this is a reference and all, but this really isn't that…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/13/2014 on What Else Are You Going To... 0
#4 - kez (05/13/2014) [-]
Cinco de Mayo is celebrated in the US as well as Mexico...
User avatar #5 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/14/2014) [-]
Cinco de Mayo is celebrated in the US as a gag. It's Mexican Independence Day.
#6 - kez (05/14/2014) [-]
Nah, its celebrated by mexicans in america
User avatar #7 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/14/2014) [-]
Well duh. It's not a national holiday, though. It's not equivalent to July 4th. See what I mean?
User avatar #3 - ningyoaijin (05/13/2014) [-]
Fun fact: 18% of American adults genuinely believe Mexico is in South America.
#13 - Why would they use Tebow for this? He got nonstop publicity fo… 05/13/2014 on Societies Standards Lol... +16
#15 - While I'm not saying that girl may be a decent person, I don't…  [+] (6 new replies) 05/13/2014 on Wait, who is that +3
#20 - anonymous (05/13/2014) [-]
Yeah, but come on...Nirvana? Even if you don't like their music you most problably know how Cobain looks like. Same goes for others. I for example don't like rap music but know how most of the famous rappers look like. Because media.
User avatar #23 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/13/2014) [-]
Well sure, Nirvana was popular, but it hasn't gotten a whole lot of publicity in awhile. If they were as revolutionary as Elvis or the Beatles, sure, but they're another 90s rock band.
#27 - anonymous (05/27/2014) [-]
I don't think most of us are thinking this girl is an idiot because she doesn't recognise Kurt.
However, the fact that she's wearing a Nirvana shirt while saying she doesn't recognise him his still pretty funny in an ironic sense! (Well, she was wearing it back whenever she took her profile picture, but you know what I mean.)

You can laugh at a person who made themselves look a little silly without insulting them.
#21 - helgheimftw (05/13/2014) [-]
who is the most famous rapper then ?
User avatar #22 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/13/2014) [-]
In the US the most listened to artist is Jay Z.
#24 - helgheimftw (05/13/2014) [-]
i see yanks got it all fucked up if jay-z is the most listend to. also eminem is good and we can`t forget biggie
#158 - I don't think you understand what I was saying in that post. 05/13/2014 on Another fucking Tumblr post 0
#154 - I fail to see the relevance here, explain?  [+] (2 new replies) 05/12/2014 on Another fucking Tumblr post 0
#156 - theruse (05/13/2014) [-]
User avatar #158 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/13/2014) [-]
I don't think you understand what I was saying in that post.
#61 - You clearly do not understand what I was trying to say: Ju…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/12/2014 on William Shakespeare was a... -1
User avatar #62 - beatmasterz (05/12/2014) [-]
I know exactly what you're trying to say. But if Shakespeare intentionally misspelled his name from time to time, that's fine. But his official name remains William Shakespeare.
#152 - Aw, shucks. You're too sweet. 05/12/2014 on Another fucking Tumblr post 0
#3 - The people who post this shit came right before, thus losing a… 05/12/2014 on Porn Detectives 0
#49 - Oh, pro tip for getting rid of the whole "proving my beli…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/12/2014 on Another fucking Tumblr post 0
#51 - AnonymousDonor (05/12/2014) [-]
lolwut?

i mean cuz thats the stance i have anyway
(though i prefer more the idea that my beliefs are only one thread in the unseen master tapestry, so while they are quite probably not entirely correct and they aren't; not alone at any rate. it pains me to hear my super religious mom always go batshit when i mention a tenet of basic logic that is popularly attributed to buddhism, the tao te ching, or god forbid islam (which is REALLY cool by the way) even though anyone with an ounce of spiritual meditation can see the same....and of course im not saying christianity doesnt also include yin/yang and meditative ideals, but to simply ignore the rest of the rest because it comes from a different source is ...just not good enough , they are almost as certainly not incorrect)

but if i were to "get rid of the whole proving my beliefs thing" i umm...i assume you mean if someone else pressured you to prove them? in which case i usually simply counter with the basic psychological fact that any and all evidence is ultimately meaningless to someone who doesn't choose to believe it.
after all, a rationalizing mind (not to be confused with a rational mind) is one of the most powerful things there is the way people dodge "obvious facts" with mental gymnastics to find a way to still be stubbornly right is....incredible and in some cases ingenious
#56 - anonymous (05/12/2014) [-]
Oh sweet baby jesus you people give me hope. I lurk a lot and don't typically post but these types of semi-christian/catholic bashing posts usually piss me off because there's fault on both sides and the comments are a fucking mess of half-truths about christian doctrine but you guys. . . you've got it figured out. Bravo, encore, all that jazz.
User avatar #152 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/12/2014) [-]
Aw, shucks. You're too sweet.
#4 - I think a lot of people do this so they can relax on vacation,… 05/12/2014 on Moms have the weirdest logic 0
#47 - You may, as much as you like. I agree with a lot of w…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/12/2014 on Another fucking Tumblr post 0
#48 - AnonymousDonor (05/12/2014) [-]
see and i agree with all of that too

especially the speculation part lmao it blows so hard to know that you cannot disprove a biblethrowing fundamentalist nor a bandwagon atheist

its gotta all come down to our psychological need for a god - or rather a superhero; in short, a daddy
someone you look up to from your cradle that has all the power in the world and can do anything so you dont have to
--personally i think all the fundamentalists who dont bother to learn and wont listen to reason are just too afraid of losing that superhero image (and all the atheists and simple minded "proof"-mongers are just butthurt over a slight disillusionment of their belief in superheros)

in all honesty i love to think of ol jesus as just a man. even with all that seemingly supernatural ability to just love and be awesome to other people....if even then, his faith did indeed falter at the end, itd be a thousand times more meaningful to me at least
User avatar #49 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/12/2014) [-]
Oh, pro tip for getting rid of the whole "proving my beliefs" thing:
I think of it as "This is what I believe, and I will defend why, and take it as truth, but I am also very aware I could be wrong, and I have an open mind to other beliefs".
#51 - AnonymousDonor (05/12/2014) [-]
lolwut?

i mean cuz thats the stance i have anyway
(though i prefer more the idea that my beliefs are only one thread in the unseen master tapestry, so while they are quite probably not entirely correct and they aren't; not alone at any rate. it pains me to hear my super religious mom always go batshit when i mention a tenet of basic logic that is popularly attributed to buddhism, the tao te ching, or god forbid islam (which is REALLY cool by the way) even though anyone with an ounce of spiritual meditation can see the same....and of course im not saying christianity doesnt also include yin/yang and meditative ideals, but to simply ignore the rest of the rest because it comes from a different source is ...just not good enough , they are almost as certainly not incorrect)

but if i were to "get rid of the whole proving my beliefs thing" i umm...i assume you mean if someone else pressured you to prove them? in which case i usually simply counter with the basic psychological fact that any and all evidence is ultimately meaningless to someone who doesn't choose to believe it.
after all, a rationalizing mind (not to be confused with a rational mind) is one of the most powerful things there is the way people dodge "obvious facts" with mental gymnastics to find a way to still be stubbornly right is....incredible and in some cases ingenious
#56 - anonymous (05/12/2014) [-]
Oh sweet baby jesus you people give me hope. I lurk a lot and don't typically post but these types of semi-christian/catholic bashing posts usually piss me off because there's fault on both sides and the comments are a fucking mess of half-truths about christian doctrine but you guys. . . you've got it figured out. Bravo, encore, all that jazz.
User avatar #152 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/12/2014) [-]
Aw, shucks. You're too sweet.
#27 - That's true for just about all of us. I'm probably not well-in… 05/12/2014 on No need to steal food 0
#25 - Granted, it is done so that food doesn't become too …  [+] (2 new replies) 05/12/2014 on No need to steal food 0
User avatar #26 - captainfuckitall (05/12/2014) [-]
To be honest, I simply don't know enough about the economy to make an informed judgement of it.

I'm sure there are reasons for it, anyways; the government isn't so stupid as many people believe. Still, it is a bit disheartening to see that, and I hope there's a good explanation behind it.
User avatar #27 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/12/2014) [-]
That's true for just about all of us. I'm probably not well-informed enough either, but seeing as 1/3 of my paycheck goes to Social Security I'm never seeing, I'm not giving the benefit of the doubt.
#74 - The Beatles aren't the best, but they were the first. Is their… 05/12/2014 on back street boys of the 60's 0
#22 - Here's a mindblowing fact for you; some farmers are paid not t…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/12/2014 on No need to steal food 0
User avatar #24 - captainfuckitall (05/12/2014) [-]
Got any source for that?
User avatar #25 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/12/2014) [-]
www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/07/01/AR2006070100962.html

Granted, it is done so that food doesn't become too cheap, but in my opinion, I think it makes more sense for our taxes to just pay farmers for free/cheap food, as opposed to paying our taxes to make sure our food stays expensive.
User avatar #26 - captainfuckitall (05/12/2014) [-]
To be honest, I simply don't know enough about the economy to make an informed judgement of it.

I'm sure there are reasons for it, anyways; the government isn't so stupid as many people believe. Still, it is a bit disheartening to see that, and I hope there's a good explanation behind it.
User avatar #27 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/12/2014) [-]
That's true for just about all of us. I'm probably not well-informed enough either, but seeing as 1/3 of my paycheck goes to Social Security I'm never seeing, I'm not giving the benefit of the doubt.
#44 - Good thing to keep in mind: People don't know jack shit ab…  [+] (11 new replies) 05/12/2014 on Another fucking Tumblr post 0
#99 - theruse (05/12/2014) [-]
>you
User avatar #154 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/12/2014) [-]
I fail to see the relevance here, explain?
#156 - theruse (05/13/2014) [-]
User avatar #158 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/13/2014) [-]
I don't think you understand what I was saying in that post.
#46 - AnonymousDonor (05/12/2014) [-]
if i may?

christian here - and if its any help, ive also been a philosopher since grade school and a scientist since college
and i have studied my faith more or less extensively over the years

and at its most basic level christianity is just love - this term is of course ambiguous as less than 0.001% of a standard population is even remotely familiar with, much less actually understands what society has come to regard through legend as "true love"
...but its really quite basic - self sacrifice for others benefit
that should be all thats needed to explain the whole religion

understand love, and you understand that the god that we worship is literally love. the mysterious emotion and physical force of "love" is our deity.
--from there, the belief that Yeshua of Nazareth was God/Love incarnate simply means that he was one of so very very few of our species to actually live a selfless loving life. much easier to believe than all this handwaving magic explanations given by most catechists, and even more so when you realize how unbelievably rare it is to find someone like that
--dont judge should be obvious
--and unlike the verbatim response "he died for our sins" i...i think thats fucking stupid, and those people are completely missing the point. how is one mans death supposed to magically solve everything? its fucking stupid. no: the whole point of jesus dying was not to give absolution in fact i dont think the actual death had any more than 10% to do with it.....it was his life that "saves us". follow the example, and do so to the extent that you'd die to see it happen

-----the other part was, as you said, to break the Jewish covenant; the laws the jews had back then were all about pain and suffering and ostracizing people you didn't like and scorning them whenever they did bad things. but Yeshua tried to change that to a covenant of life - radically include everyone no matter their background and never stop forgiving them their mistakes

counter rant over
User avatar #47 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/12/2014) [-]
You may, as much as you like.

I agree with a lot of what you've said. I feel like it's hard to explain the whole "He died for our sins" thing, because it's believed by most that he did, but you're right, that doesn't mean you can do what you want and say "Jesus saved me". Sadly, most of this stuff is up to speculation, but it's popular belief that his saying "Father, why have you forsaken me?" is him as a man taking on everyone's sin, and being so hopeless his faith actually faltered.

Anyways, the idea of breaking the Jewish Covenant is canonical, but I find it silly that people seem to ignore this part, because ignoring it suggests you don't take him as the real Messiah, which is ironic because the Jewish Faith believes he wasn't the Messiah because he died on the cross. (That's not the only reason, but it's the only legitimate reason according to Jewish Law.)
#48 - AnonymousDonor (05/12/2014) [-]
see and i agree with all of that too

especially the speculation part lmao it blows so hard to know that you cannot disprove a biblethrowing fundamentalist nor a bandwagon atheist

its gotta all come down to our psychological need for a god - or rather a superhero; in short, a daddy
someone you look up to from your cradle that has all the power in the world and can do anything so you dont have to
--personally i think all the fundamentalists who dont bother to learn and wont listen to reason are just too afraid of losing that superhero image (and all the atheists and simple minded "proof"-mongers are just butthurt over a slight disillusionment of their belief in superheros)

in all honesty i love to think of ol jesus as just a man. even with all that seemingly supernatural ability to just love and be awesome to other people....if even then, his faith did indeed falter at the end, itd be a thousand times more meaningful to me at least
User avatar #49 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/12/2014) [-]
Oh, pro tip for getting rid of the whole "proving my beliefs" thing:
I think of it as "This is what I believe, and I will defend why, and take it as truth, but I am also very aware I could be wrong, and I have an open mind to other beliefs".
#51 - AnonymousDonor (05/12/2014) [-]
lolwut?

i mean cuz thats the stance i have anyway
(though i prefer more the idea that my beliefs are only one thread in the unseen master tapestry, so while they are quite probably not entirely correct and they aren't; not alone at any rate. it pains me to hear my super religious mom always go batshit when i mention a tenet of basic logic that is popularly attributed to buddhism, the tao te ching, or god forbid islam (which is REALLY cool by the way) even though anyone with an ounce of spiritual meditation can see the same....and of course im not saying christianity doesnt also include yin/yang and meditative ideals, but to simply ignore the rest of the rest because it comes from a different source is ...just not good enough , they are almost as certainly not incorrect)

but if i were to "get rid of the whole proving my beliefs thing" i umm...i assume you mean if someone else pressured you to prove them? in which case i usually simply counter with the basic psychological fact that any and all evidence is ultimately meaningless to someone who doesn't choose to believe it.
after all, a rationalizing mind (not to be confused with a rational mind) is one of the most powerful things there is the way people dodge "obvious facts" with mental gymnastics to find a way to still be stubbornly right is....incredible and in some cases ingenious
#56 - anonymous (05/12/2014) [-]
Oh sweet baby jesus you people give me hope. I lurk a lot and don't typically post but these types of semi-christian/catholic bashing posts usually piss me off because there's fault on both sides and the comments are a fucking mess of half-truths about christian doctrine but you guys. . . you've got it figured out. Bravo, encore, all that jazz.
User avatar #152 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/12/2014) [-]
Aw, shucks. You're too sweet.
#12 - That awkward moment when you browse so long you find your own content. 05/12/2014 on Found on Imgur 0
#30 - Not that I don't understand the point of the content, but this…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/12/2014 on Slavery +2
User avatar #53 - wthree (05/12/2014) [-]
If I get robbed by a black German, and I then start hating all black people, you may understand why I would but that makes it neither justified nor any less racist.
#70 - anonymous (05/12/2014) [-]
Exactly! Is this whole thing not just discrimination against non-kidnapped non-blacks?!

Its racism turned on its head but its still discrimination onto people who don't deserve it (as if I perhaps forced by ancestors to kidnap people or some shit - I am not liable).

And yet all of these descendants of slaves (not terribly forced to live in first world countries I dare say!) think that it is OK to persecute? It just goes to show that nothing has been learned, which is disappointing.
#28 - Two things: Traffic isn't always terrible enough for you t… 05/12/2014 on China 0
#58 - Shakespeare spelled his own name pretty much whatever way you …  [+] (3 new replies) 05/12/2014 on William Shakespeare was a... -1
User avatar #60 - beatmasterz (05/12/2014) [-]
DId he type the post and put it here?
User avatar #61 - mrtwilightsparkle (05/12/2014) [-]
You clearly do not understand what I was trying to say:
Just because the most common spelling of his name is William Shakespeare, does not mean his name MUST be spelled William Shakespeare.

I am not trying to say that the content is real, I am trying to say your reason for saying that it is not real is invalid. Think of it like an arithmatic formula; you got the right answer, but there was still an error in a step.
User avatar #62 - beatmasterz (05/12/2014) [-]
I know exactly what you're trying to say. But if Shakespeare intentionally misspelled his name from time to time, that's fine. But his official name remains William Shakespeare.
#77 - I think it fits certain personalities. I personally think she'… 05/12/2014 on An act of random 0
#67 - Is it weird that I think these are really cool? Even the hand …  [+] (1 new reply) 05/12/2014 on I wanna touch it. +7
User avatar #113 - thefunnyside (05/12/2014) [-]
Not at all
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User avatar #5 - majormayor (06/13/2014) [-]
I wonder what comment #1 was.
User avatar #4 - majormayor (04/27/2014) [-]
It's been a while since the last time I saw you.
User avatar #3 - mayormilkman (01/07/2014) [-]
Are you a pretty princess?
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