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#11 - Fugio actually means flee, in this situation you would want Te…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/04/2013 on Tempus fugit. 0
#12 - Jowi (10/04/2013) [-]
it means flight as in the sense that an enemy takes flight. So yes it means flees but it is still correct to say tempus fugit
User avatar #13 - mrtwilightsparkle (10/04/2013) [-]
Not really. The first rule of language is to translate the idea, not the literal words, and time doesn't run away, it goes by, so fugit would be incorrect syntax.
User avatar #26 - sundizzle (10/05/2013) [-]
Latin is full of idioms. Common expressions in Latin are often never literal translations in English. Time flies is what we say in English and the Romans took it the same, non-literal way.
User avatar #14 - shardack (10/04/2013) [-]
Tempus Fugit is one of the most common latin expression.
#3 - They can be really sweet, but just as easily they can be …  [+] (14 new replies) 10/04/2013 on Ouch, my emotions! +49
#41 - idristhetardis (10/05/2013) [-]
Hahahahaah! No. Shouldn't be around children? Bred for killing other animals? Are you fucking kidding me?

Most dogs have been bred to 'kill other animals'. Jack russel terriers included. ANY dog and ANY breed can be aggressive and trained to kill. Not just pitbulls. And they don't have some inner satan that evil people can activate with aggressive treatment. Bull. Shit. Any dog, when treated improperly, can turn into a little monster. Not just pit bulls, and not especially pitbulls. It's all about circumstance and upbringing. They do not have some super special kill skill programmed in their brains.

Pitbulls make incredible and very sweet, well mannered, and social dogs if trained and raised right, or even if raised ok. Every dog will become shy, fearful, aggressive, and dangerous if it is not raised the way it needs to be. My mom is a dog trainer. Your argument is incredibly invalid.

Pic related, it's a big scary evil pitbull teaching it's baby how to kill children! D: Not.
#54 - worried (10/05/2013) [-]
unless you have a chihuahua.... those fuckers are evil incarnate
User avatar #135 - idristhetardis (10/06/2013) [-]
Chihuahuas are little shits. Mainly because people treat them like little baby loves rather than.. dogs.
#138 - worried (10/06/2013) [-]
really? i thought it was because they are not really dogs, i heard that they evolved from a distant relative from the wolf that was similar to a fox
User avatar #49 - mrtwilightsparkle (10/05/2013) [-]
My bad, not just "killing other animals," but "Tearing other dogs to shreds for money," is their original purpose. I did say they could be sweet dogs, but only if you raise them right. They're still dangerous, much more than many other dogs. There are other dogs out there though which are dangerous, such as some husky breeds due to close relations to wolves. Stuff like that.
User avatar #51 - idristhetardis (10/05/2013) [-]
No, no, no. Pitbulls were originally intended for fighting large animals, one of which is in their name. They were bred for fighting off bears, and also to fight bulls. It was only later that people went

Big muscle warrior dog. We fight them and have fun.

Any dog breed can be trained to fight other dogs.
User avatar #29 - directasshault (10/05/2013) [-]
Your argument that they shouldn't be around children because the dog is aggressive is, couldn't think of a better word so sorry, but stupid.

Frankly its the negative press associated with the dog that made the breed bad.

I've seen a hell of a lot smaller bred dogs that are far less trained and are far more aggressive then any large breed dog I have ever seen, combined.

I am far more cautious around chihuahua's, shih tzu, and any other lap like dog because they tend to be far more aggresive.

Did you know Shiba Inus (the doge meme) are incredibly aggressive dogs? If not properly socialized they can be incredibly aggresive.

ANY dog will be a GOOD dog despite its NATURE as long as the OWNERS take RESPONSIBILITY and TRAIN and SOCIALIZE their dog.

Don't go blaming the dog for people fucking them up
User avatar #71 - skaffanl (10/05/2013) [-]
Ye, my personal experience with small dogs being way more aggressive is because owners will find their behavior cute much more easily than unwanted. I mean, a friend of mine has a chihuahua (she's a girl) and her correcting is always verbal, never with touch, and that bastard gets away with so much shit just because he's small and cuddly.

So, ye you're right it depends on the owners. At least, I agree with you.
User avatar #65 - fitemeirlbro (10/05/2013) [-]
small dogs are dicks in general
User avatar #52 - mrtwilightsparkle (10/05/2013) [-]
"I am far more cautious around chihuahua's, shih tzu, and any other lap like dog because they tend to be far more aggresive."
"ANY dog will be a GOOD dog despite its NATURE as long as the OWNERS take RESPONSIBILITY and TRAIN and SOCIALIZE their dog. "
I'm sorry, but you just negated your own argument. Dogs are still governed by instinct like any other animal, though not always as strongly. By how certain dogs are bred, they act a certain way, just like any other animal. The best example of that is how humans like to take wild infant animals from birth. Using your theory, any animal which was trained and socialized from infancy would have no problems, but people who raise their own chimpanzees have a tendency to be harmed, because chimpanzees are aggressive, just as people who own certain breeds of snake, tigers, and any other animal we don't consider domestic. Just because humans own dogs does not make them any less dangerous.
User avatar #136 - idristhetardis (10/06/2013) [-]
It's because, again, of mistreatment. Small dogs are often assholes because people treat them like little baby children, which lead to behavioral problems, as they are not treated like actual dogs.

Yet again, you're full of shit.
User avatar #58 - newforomador (10/05/2013) [-]
Except that dogs have been domesticated over the course of many, many years. And his statement only kind of contradicts itself, because he isn't saying that all dogs are bad or that some breeds aren't more aggressive than others, he is saying that those smaller breeds actually tend to be more snappy than others, that's why they're called anklebiters after all. To put my own opinion into it, pit bulls are an amazing dog breed. My neighbor owns a pit bull named Jake and he is the most well-trained dog I have ever seen. When you play with him, it looks like he's getting viscous but he never bites hard enough to draw blood, and all you need to tell him 'sit' and he calms down immediately. Typically, with animals that have been domesticated through the course of multiple generations (and some wild animals), it is a case of how they are raised and trained, not what breed they are.
User avatar #4 - ragingspacepanda (10/04/2013) [-]
my friend has multiple pitbulls.... i played catch with one, used one as a pillow, and use another as a footrest.... those are some well mannered dogs
User avatar #5 - mrtwilightsparkle (10/04/2013) [-]
It depends heavily. They have to be raised with next to no violence from birth, because while they're growing, even playing can cause them to feel instincts to harm.
#22 - Yes, but two thirds of the congress still remains after elections.  [+] (2 new replies) 10/02/2013 on Why the fuck do we pay... 0
User avatar #23 - revanmal (10/02/2013) [-]
But some of those who voted don't get that pay increase. Which is the whole point. The point is that Congress can't just vote to make themselves ultra millionaires at the nation's expense. You're free to vote yes to pay raises, but there's no guarantee you'll get it.
User avatar #26 - Whaaaaaaaaa (10/02/2013) [-]
they can and they do, a majority of the congress men and women tend to return to their jobs due to the fact a majority of voters are hardcore zealots of they representative.
#38 - Was I supposed to laugh at this? Because I just keep crying. 10/02/2013 on That story! -1
#120 - The pizza landing up there was accidental. He threw it, and wh… 10/01/2013 on MFW Breaking Bad Is Over 0
#11 - I've honestly never understood them.  [+] (1 new reply) 09/29/2013 on top lul +1
#13 - ballwaffle (09/29/2013) [-]
im glad im not alone
#49 - Are you sure you don't hate ******* spiders?  [+] (1 new reply) 09/27/2013 on Is kill +2
User avatar #50 - vexaton (09/27/2013) [-]
No, I really don't wanna fuck a spider.
#24 - I hate it. It's really ******* nasty when you th…  [+] (7 new replies) 09/27/2013 on 404_title_not_found +3
User avatar #27 - wliia (09/27/2013) [-]
If you think about it, vaginal sex is really disgusting too. Blood comes out of there.
User avatar #37 - Gandalfthewhite (09/27/2013) [-]
not really, that thing is literally made to be fucked. it can be nasty when there's a fishy smell about however
User avatar #26 - chadisyounggg (09/27/2013) [-]
I enjoy licking my gfs asshole
#29 - thegazz (09/27/2013) [-]
>funnyjunk
>gf
Yeah Right.
User avatar #30 - chadisyounggg (09/27/2013) [-]
Just because you are too beta to make a move doesn't mean we are all like that. I have happily been with my girlfriend for 4 years now it's nice. Get out and try.
#31 - thegazz (09/27/2013) [-]
It was a joke, mate. I'm sure you have.
User avatar #32 - chadisyounggg (09/27/2013) [-]
I love you
#13 - They're ghosts, all they say is boo 09/27/2013 on Your mother is an educated... 0
#6 - It is the same difference; They're complete opposites of each other.  [+] (1 new reply) 09/26/2013 on Your mother is an educated... 0
User avatar #7 - overjoyed (09/26/2013) [-]
Not if they're ghosts though. You should probably just ask iguanamouth on tumboner
#4 - I can't tell if they're booing or applauding  [+] (6 new replies) 09/26/2013 on Your mother is an educated... 0
User avatar #12 - chiopet (09/26/2013) [-]
what's not to get, they're booing him
User avatar #13 - mrtwilightsparkle (09/27/2013) [-]
They're ghosts, all they say is boo
User avatar #8 - wastelandgunner (09/26/2013) [-]
Yes.
User avatar #5 - overjoyed (09/26/2013) [-]
It's the same difference.
User avatar #6 - mrtwilightsparkle (09/26/2013) [-]
It is the same difference; They're complete opposites of each other.
User avatar #7 - overjoyed (09/26/2013) [-]
Not if they're ghosts though. You should probably just ask iguanamouth on tumboner
#32 - You're able to preorder it now, actually. 09/26/2013 on FIRST MOD FOR GTAV PC 0
#4 - These machines are so glitchy. My brother got to the top and w… 09/25/2013 on luckiest guy ever! 0
#1 - Is this 110 as in Ohio University 110? Because this seems like… 09/25/2013 on Perfectly logical +1
#77 - Exactly. As much as I hate Steve Jobs, and as much as he was a… 09/25/2013 on Kinda true 0
#74 - If corporate jobs didn't pay so much, too. I mean, not saying …  [+] (2 new replies) 09/25/2013 on Kinda true 0
#75 - angelusprimus (09/25/2013) [-]
I agree.
I believe there are few people, very few, who deserve every penny company can throw at them. For example Steve Jobs, he came to company that was about to close, with stock trading at barely few thousand a day for peanuts and made from it world's most valuable tech company. now he deserves millions.
But some manager that just does what 1000 others can do, he should be making a good decent wage, not six and seven figure one.
User avatar #77 - mrtwilightsparkle (09/25/2013) [-]
Exactly. As much as I hate Steve Jobs, and as much as he was a dick, there's no denying that he built a company from the ground, and yeah, he went into the same field as Bill Gates, but he did a method so different it might as well have been a whole different product. So yeah, I agree with you on that. But people like the current CEO of Wal Mart just sicken me. The founder was great, but his daughter is just.. Ugh.
#69 - Oh, okay. That actually makes sense to ask for 15, even though…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/25/2013 on Kinda true 0
#73 - angelusprimus (09/25/2013) [-]
I think that's what people want. Chance to work hard and live well of it.
I honestly believe we would have people working harder and more if they were well compensated for their work. And fewer parasites.
User avatar #74 - mrtwilightsparkle (09/25/2013) [-]
If corporate jobs didn't pay so much, too. I mean, not saying we should cripple the management side of business, because all the paperwork and communications are incredibly important, but it makes no sense for one man to get six figures for talking to people while the people who keep the company running on its most base level are hardly getting twenty bucks.
#75 - angelusprimus (09/25/2013) [-]
I agree.
I believe there are few people, very few, who deserve every penny company can throw at them. For example Steve Jobs, he came to company that was about to close, with stock trading at barely few thousand a day for peanuts and made from it world's most valuable tech company. now he deserves millions.
But some manager that just does what 1000 others can do, he should be making a good decent wage, not six and seven figure one.
User avatar #77 - mrtwilightsparkle (09/25/2013) [-]
Exactly. As much as I hate Steve Jobs, and as much as he was a dick, there's no denying that he built a company from the ground, and yeah, he went into the same field as Bill Gates, but he did a method so different it might as well have been a whole different product. So yeah, I agree with you on that. But people like the current CEO of Wal Mart just sicken me. The founder was great, but his daughter is just.. Ugh.
#54 - $15 an hour? **** , my managers have been working …  [+] (11 new replies) 09/25/2013 on Kinda true 0
#66 - angelusprimus (09/25/2013) [-]
15 an hour is what is considered a "living wage" meaning a family of four with two people making 15 an hour can be considered a middle class family and could afford health care, house ownership and base necessities without need of incuring large debt.
15 an hour is what unions are asking for, they will never get it, but they hope they can arrange 11 or 12 an hour.
Also paramedic data is a complete lie. Median salary for paramedic is $39.000 while low 5% make $31k.
User avatar #84 - sketchysketchist (09/25/2013) [-]
Dude, I'm sorry to say this but flipping burgers shouldn't even be a job that helps you raise a family.
Rather than pay people more to do a job anyone can do, why not tell them to get a real job.
There's like an assload of jobs for everyone who majors with anything that isn't philosophy and any art degree.
Fuck, you can go to community college and learn how to cut hair and slowly work your way up to making a business.
It's not hard, it just takes a lot of time. That's why people need to go in that direction before they decide to have get married and have 2 kids with a low salary.
Just a thought.
#87 - angelusprimus (09/25/2013) [-]
Unemployment is at 7.5% there isn't that many jobs available.
And most of this people are people in their fourties and fifties that worked in factories and production companies that up and went to china and mexico.
There are few enough jobs for people in their twenties and trust me there are practically NO jobs for a 52 year old machinist.
Production jobs are gone, service jobs are rising. There is nothing wrong with flipping burgers if it puts food on your table and lets oyu keep your house.
User avatar #89 - sketchysketchist (09/25/2013) [-]
Yes, but it's a low risk job that requires low skill.
Demanding a hirer paycheck for it is ridiculous.
The only way I can agree with that is if they would raise pay rates for everyone.
Especially since everyone keeps saying the minimum wage should be closer to $20 thanks to inflation.
Otherwise, giving them more money makes it seem like being an engineer/police officer/doctor/whatever means not much.
#90 - angelusprimus (09/25/2013) [-]
They actually are, they want to start a general raising of salaries in service industry (and that's not just fast food workers, that's store workers, drivers etc.) and try to make service jobs middle class jobs.
If you have a solid base of middle class jobs, you have a solid base of people who spend more, and then everyone's pay goes up.
Main argument against is "If we do that employment will slow down". So what they are telling us is "If you want more decent jobs, there will be less crappy ones"
I'm ok with that.
User avatar #103 - sketchysketchist (09/25/2013) [-]
That actually makes sense.
If it's a sure thing, nothing's stopping the government from raising their pay.
Especially since most of those jobs usually trick workers out of getting paid for all their work. Might as well pay them more.
User avatar #69 - mrtwilightsparkle (09/25/2013) [-]
Oh, okay. That actually makes sense to ask for 15, even though they won't get it, because most fast food people have to work 2-3 jobs anyways. However, 11 or 12 would allow you to work two jobs and live more comfortably. $25-30 an hour makes for a pretty decent lifestyle, if you don't mind the hard work.
#73 - angelusprimus (09/25/2013) [-]
I think that's what people want. Chance to work hard and live well of it.
I honestly believe we would have people working harder and more if they were well compensated for their work. And fewer parasites.
User avatar #74 - mrtwilightsparkle (09/25/2013) [-]
If corporate jobs didn't pay so much, too. I mean, not saying we should cripple the management side of business, because all the paperwork and communications are incredibly important, but it makes no sense for one man to get six figures for talking to people while the people who keep the company running on its most base level are hardly getting twenty bucks.
#75 - angelusprimus (09/25/2013) [-]
I agree.
I believe there are few people, very few, who deserve every penny company can throw at them. For example Steve Jobs, he came to company that was about to close, with stock trading at barely few thousand a day for peanuts and made from it world's most valuable tech company. now he deserves millions.
But some manager that just does what 1000 others can do, he should be making a good decent wage, not six and seven figure one.
User avatar #77 - mrtwilightsparkle (09/25/2013) [-]
Exactly. As much as I hate Steve Jobs, and as much as he was a dick, there's no denying that he built a company from the ground, and yeah, he went into the same field as Bill Gates, but he did a method so different it might as well have been a whole different product. So yeah, I agree with you on that. But people like the current CEO of Wal Mart just sicken me. The founder was great, but his daughter is just.. Ugh.
#34 - Well naturally. It was pretty obvious to just about everyone t…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/23/2013 on so silllly -3
#82 - kmichel (09/23/2013) [-]
Others like myself only vote for 3rd party candidates. The system appears to be broken, and I see the two major parties as two sides of the same coin. Their only real difference is in marketing, and choice all but illusion. Unfortunately, 3rd parties have been effectively prevented from running for office.
User avatar #69 - johnnygoldmane (09/23/2013) [-]
When you say "it would have been pretty obvious to just about everyone" and follow that up with "except the lower classes, who make up about 50% of our country", you do realize that you're either implying that you lack comprehension of what percentages mean, or that you see the lower classes (y'know, those peons who take out your trash, police crime, and essentially do everything necessary for a country to function) as beneath your consideration. Either of which does not inspire one to have faith in your opinion
User avatar #53 - gammajk (09/23/2013) [-]
>romney would have been the better choice
lel
User avatar #47 - certifiedidiot (09/23/2013) [-]
lol
#22 - The biggest problem with religion, in my opinion, is understan…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/23/2013 on yes +4
#40 - CIS White Male (09/23/2013) [-]
Religion and science are the same thing?!
User avatar #32 - zenbass (09/23/2013) [-]
Fun fact: The Catholic Church accepts the theory of evolution, because it makes a lot of sense. The thing about God is, He's God. He can do whatever the hell he wants by sheer virtue of that alone.
#34 - Pocketwatch. 09/23/2013 on Apple Products +1
#135 - Yeah, but you always go with the lesser of the evils. In my op… 09/23/2013 on a future? 0
#18 - This video made me laugh so hard that I didn't even care. Alt…  [+] (9 new replies) 09/23/2013 on so silllly +6
#25 - CIS White Male (09/23/2013) [-]
and here lies the problem with american politics
You DON'T elect a person because you think he would be good to share a beer with!
User avatar #49 - yusay (09/23/2013) [-]
Well, it's partially something (as in he's the man who represents America to many foreign leaders, he might as well be someone they can stand). But it's definitely not as important as some people care about.
User avatar #34 - mrtwilightsparkle (09/23/2013) [-]
Well naturally. It was pretty obvious to just about everyone that Romney would have been the better choice, but the lower classes love Obama, and the lower classes tend to make up 50% of our country.
#82 - kmichel (09/23/2013) [-]
Others like myself only vote for 3rd party candidates. The system appears to be broken, and I see the two major parties as two sides of the same coin. Their only real difference is in marketing, and choice all but illusion. Unfortunately, 3rd parties have been effectively prevented from running for office.
User avatar #69 - johnnygoldmane (09/23/2013) [-]
When you say "it would have been pretty obvious to just about everyone" and follow that up with "except the lower classes, who make up about 50% of our country", you do realize that you're either implying that you lack comprehension of what percentages mean, or that you see the lower classes (y'know, those peons who take out your trash, police crime, and essentially do everything necessary for a country to function) as beneath your consideration. Either of which does not inspire one to have faith in your opinion
User avatar #53 - gammajk (09/23/2013) [-]
>romney would have been the better choice
lel
User avatar #47 - certifiedidiot (09/23/2013) [-]
lol
User avatar #27 - kentravyon (09/23/2013) [-]
French Lessons for American Society
related, also hilarious (although a bit old)
#26 - fuckedbyapony (09/23/2013) [-]
Apparently, yes you do.
#131 - Usually when people talk about hydroelectricity it's convertin…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/23/2013 on a future? 0
User avatar #134 - lolerlaura (09/23/2013) [-]
I was talking about the dams that are already there. I live in Washington state where we have some of the best energy prices in the country because of all the dams here. The energy situation the entire world is facing depresses me greatly and as an avid gamer/internet user I know I am a part of the problem.

So much of our power is made by burning coal that anything else is hailed as a great clean alternative. Sadly everything has its consequences. Wind farms are dangerous to birds, loud and unpredictable. Solar panels require toxic chemicals to make and it is very difficult to store the energy produced by them. And then dams change the landscape and make it impassable for the fish to spawn upstream.

Sometimes our world sucks.
User avatar #135 - mrtwilightsparkle (09/23/2013) [-]
Yeah, but you always go with the lesser of the evils. In my opinion, Hydropower and Nuclear Power are the way to go. Hydroelectricity has a much less permanent effect on the environment and creates whole new ecosystems for other animals, while still being an efficient form of electricity. Nuclear Power has next to no repercussions except the obvious issue of where to put the waste, but there are multiple plans for that. There really is no energy crisis, anywhere in the world, when you get past the same uninformed people suffering from an unreasonable paranoia.
#129 - Norway is 100% Hydroelectric. Just saying. The Hoover…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/23/2013 on a future? +2
User avatar #136 - Milos (09/23/2013) [-]
They can afford it because of hydro resources and because of interconnection with powerful systems, such as Nordic and German, which provide import when needed, like when water levels are low. Albanian system relies heavily on hydro power and that's why they have power shortages during dry and long summers.
User avatar #130 - lolerlaura (09/23/2013) [-]
While nice on paper dams are bad for the environment. They block salmon runs and divert water from its natural course. So many dams don't even have salmon ladders so the fish can't get to their natural spawning grounds.

They are just fish though. Its not like they matter or anything.
User avatar #131 - mrtwilightsparkle (09/23/2013) [-]
Usually when people talk about hydroelectricity it's converting dams that are already there. And there are plenty of places where a dam creates flood plains, but causes no lasting damage to the environment. Take Ohio, for example, where we destroy our own cities to make lakes as opposed to nature.
User avatar #134 - lolerlaura (09/23/2013) [-]
I was talking about the dams that are already there. I live in Washington state where we have some of the best energy prices in the country because of all the dams here. The energy situation the entire world is facing depresses me greatly and as an avid gamer/internet user I know I am a part of the problem.

So much of our power is made by burning coal that anything else is hailed as a great clean alternative. Sadly everything has its consequences. Wind farms are dangerous to birds, loud and unpredictable. Solar panels require toxic chemicals to make and it is very difficult to store the energy produced by them. And then dams change the landscape and make it impassable for the fish to spawn upstream.

Sometimes our world sucks.
User avatar #135 - mrtwilightsparkle (09/23/2013) [-]
Yeah, but you always go with the lesser of the evils. In my opinion, Hydropower and Nuclear Power are the way to go. Hydroelectricity has a much less permanent effect on the environment and creates whole new ecosystems for other animals, while still being an efficient form of electricity. Nuclear Power has next to no repercussions except the obvious issue of where to put the waste, but there are multiple plans for that. There really is no energy crisis, anywhere in the world, when you get past the same uninformed people suffering from an unreasonable paranoia.
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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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