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#72 - >M*A*S*H* Gave me the laughiest of laughs and the feel…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/08/2014 on this show was awesome 0
User avatar #118 - seras (09/08/2014) [-]
M*A*S*H is my favourite show of all time. I grew up with it.
#118 - I disagree. I believe that people mostly keep their promises a…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/05/2014 on inner thoughts 0
User avatar #121 - meganinja (09/05/2014) [-]
On the American Frontier, people still had morals. They were instilled with values of Christianity, and on top of that there was still the fact that there was SOME order in place at the time. But you're right that many people just want peace and security. But it's not like only those with mental illness or some deep rooted hatred would do immoral things. In the modern world, sociopaths function fairly well, but in a true anarchy, such as if there were a large scale disaster with little to no hope of returning the former status quo, they would be ruthless. And not just sociopaths, but anybody desperate enough would do the same, perhaps less so out of malice and/or indifference, and more so out of finding something to gain that outweighs the moral blow that they would receive for killing somebody.
#120 - isolovegames (09/05/2014) [-]
I read that as "Having a lack of apathy is considered "abnormal"" because I was just about to say I'm probably over-flowing with apathy towards some legitimate things I should care for. I honestly am not sure of my own mental state but what ever, things tend to sort themselves out. Btw im also stupid as fuck so that might explain as well.
#98 - Good heavens! Is it already time for another round of "sp…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/05/2014 on inner thoughts -1
User avatar #99 - meganinja (09/05/2014) [-]
If you're playing 'spot the Atheist' then you've already lost. If we lived in a society with no punishment for murder, why wouldn't you murder? If you had a gun you could just kill a guy on the streets and take $20 from his wallet. Not saying I want Anarchy, because I don't, but if there was Anarchy I wouldn't hesitate to kill, just as I'd be cautious because others would want to kill me.

We're a species of animal. We desire above all else to stay alive, or to ensure that our young survive. Any other feelings are the construct of society.
User avatar #118 - nathiuz (09/05/2014) [-]
I disagree. I believe that people mostly keep their promises and honor their obligations by their nature (not necessarily by society's enforcement). I would suggest that the American frontier is a good example where relative lack of society can be relatively peaceful. Strangers who wandered onto land in the frontier were not usually "shot and stolen from" as you suggest. I will allow that places such as the American frontier is a rather insecure place, and that there were violent conflicts, I would also suggest that people in general are in a state of peace, if they had the option. By and large, I think your thinking is along that of thinkers like Hobbes and Ayn Rand, neither of which I'm able to agree with on multiple basis.

Having a lack of empathy is considered "abnormal", and considered a cause for alarm in the field of psychology.

This is all without even addressing religion.
User avatar #121 - meganinja (09/05/2014) [-]
On the American Frontier, people still had morals. They were instilled with values of Christianity, and on top of that there was still the fact that there was SOME order in place at the time. But you're right that many people just want peace and security. But it's not like only those with mental illness or some deep rooted hatred would do immoral things. In the modern world, sociopaths function fairly well, but in a true anarchy, such as if there were a large scale disaster with little to no hope of returning the former status quo, they would be ruthless. And not just sociopaths, but anybody desperate enough would do the same, perhaps less so out of malice and/or indifference, and more so out of finding something to gain that outweighs the moral blow that they would receive for killing somebody.
#120 - isolovegames (09/05/2014) [-]
I read that as "Having a lack of apathy is considered "abnormal"" because I was just about to say I'm probably over-flowing with apathy towards some legitimate things I should care for. I honestly am not sure of my own mental state but what ever, things tend to sort themselves out. Btw im also stupid as fuck so that might explain as well.
#103 - I see what you're saying now! From my experience… 08/26/2014 on praise the sun 0
#17 - This is the guy who ate a puke covered mushroom, has people sh…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/26/2014 on Hue +21
#30 - anonymous (08/26/2014) [-]
Eating puke covered mushroom means he's boss?. Pfsshh.
#34 - zapklink (08/26/2014) [-]
That's Franku Senpai for you. b0ss
#90 - "If all scientists accepted "God" as the creati…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/26/2014 on praise the sun +1
User avatar #100 - choobe (08/26/2014) [-]
I never said religious people shouldn't be allowed to study science, or even that they can't do science, just that they shouldn't bring their religion into it (like: as a relevant factor if there isn't any scientific reason to believe so, and "I feel it" and such are not).
User avatar #103 - nathiuz (08/26/2014) [-]
I see what you're saying now!

From my experience, Catholics and even Muslims tend to be of a more scholarly sort when it comes to religions and their interactions with the scientific community. We/They (respectively) tend to see science as a "way to discover the way God made things". That is, testing the rules of nature and seeing what they are and how they interact with us.

Also from my experience, non-denominational Christians and Baptists tend to have issue with their beliefs conflicting with science. However, those two groups seem to also have issues when they examine their own theology.
#57 - He didn't die in Ronin either.  [+] (1 new reply) 08/13/2014 on That is 9 Spoopy 0
User avatar #81 - jabsgreywarden (08/13/2014) [-]
Nor in Mirror Mirror.
#42 - NICS covers crime and mental health. If you have issues that h…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/05/2014 on Just wanted pizza 0
User avatar #44 - privatepumpanickel (08/05/2014) [-]
If you had mentioned the fact that they get flagged in the first place I wouldn't have said it was easy. That was my query, to see if they had any precautions in place for people who may be less responsible with a firearm. It only required a simple answer.
User avatar #54 - warrenzthehero (08/05/2014) [-]
No it's still fucking easy. The problem with NICS is that the people behind are apathetic, or stupid. Those "background checks" really only cover crime. If you've had a serious fucking mental breakdown and have been institutionalized or something they might tell the gun dealer.

Also, since everyone and their mother can pass a NICS background check, the people who don't can just steal guns from their mothers.
User avatar #67 - privatepumpanickel (08/10/2014) [-]
wow. I don't really know what to say about how outwardly crazy that is.
#40 - Papers? In my state of Arizona, we don't have papers. You can …  [+] (5 new replies) 08/05/2014 on Just wanted pizza 0
User avatar #41 - privatepumpanickel (08/05/2014) [-]
and that's why people get so butthurt about the legalization of guns over there. It should not be that easy. There should be crime checks, mental health checks, etc.
I dont know if it surprises me that American states could be that stupid. So leniant with gun law yet stamp down on everything else.
User avatar #42 - nathiuz (08/05/2014) [-]
NICS covers crime and mental health. If you have issues that have been diagnosed, they are flagged by NICS when purchasing.

"It should not be that easy."
It was meant to be easy. If you buy a firearm from an individual as part of a private sale, no check is needed.
User avatar #44 - privatepumpanickel (08/05/2014) [-]
If you had mentioned the fact that they get flagged in the first place I wouldn't have said it was easy. That was my query, to see if they had any precautions in place for people who may be less responsible with a firearm. It only required a simple answer.
User avatar #54 - warrenzthehero (08/05/2014) [-]
No it's still fucking easy. The problem with NICS is that the people behind are apathetic, or stupid. Those "background checks" really only cover crime. If you've had a serious fucking mental breakdown and have been institutionalized or something they might tell the gun dealer.

Also, since everyone and their mother can pass a NICS background check, the people who don't can just steal guns from their mothers.
User avatar #67 - privatepumpanickel (08/10/2014) [-]
wow. I don't really know what to say about how outwardly crazy that is.
#76 - This is one of the few songs out there that makes me cry tear up. 06/23/2014 on Oh +1
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