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ninjaroo

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Date Signed Up:12/20/2009
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#150 - Delibird is also an ice/flying bird, and is weaker than Articu… 07/19/2016 on Pokemon Go +3
#114 - To be fair, if the teacher didn't know what was up, it would t… 07/18/2016 on Urugabricc Kiglexi Gichileds 0
#53 - Assuming you succeed at jumping Which is a big assumption… 07/05/2016 on next time you fall out of a... 0
#82 - And what if they're no longer employed there? Or are later arr…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/05/2016 on Looks up at the man that... 0
#83 - drewjitsu (07/06/2016) [-]
What if the doctor isn't employed anymore when the file is reviewed? or what if the doctor gets arrested for molesting his patients afterwards?

Makes no difference.
#79 - A certified doctor is a reliable witness. You can't get any …  [+] (3 new replies) 07/04/2016 on Looks up at the man that... 0
#81 - drewjitsu (07/04/2016) [-]
If it's something that any random dude can see, that makes sense. Aside from that, I didn't say 'any random dude.' I indicated the clerk at the DMV would be the one signing.
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#82 - ninjaroo (07/05/2016) [-]
And what if they're no longer employed there? Or are later arrested? Random employees aren't reliable witnesses for this sort of thing.
#83 - drewjitsu (07/06/2016) [-]
What if the doctor isn't employed anymore when the file is reviewed? or what if the doctor gets arrested for molesting his patients afterwards?

Makes no difference.
#77 - But this example isn't a foolish requirement. Yes, the person …  [+] (5 new replies) 07/03/2016 on Looks up at the man that... +1
#78 - drewjitsu (07/03/2016) [-]
Chances are that nobody is going to review that file. It'll get filed and stay there forever. Even if it is reviewed, a doctor's note isn't anything more than a voucher. Something like an amputation could be vouched for by anyone who sees it. The clerk could sign as a witness and that would satisfy the paper gods or whoever the hell it is that demands so damn much filing.
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#79 - ninjaroo (07/04/2016) [-]
A certified doctor is a reliable witness. You can't get any random dude to sign off on it, because... then any random dude could sign off on it.
#81 - drewjitsu (07/04/2016) [-]
If it's something that any random dude can see, that makes sense. Aside from that, I didn't say 'any random dude.' I indicated the clerk at the DMV would be the one signing.
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#82 - ninjaroo (07/05/2016) [-]
And what if they're no longer employed there? Or are later arrested? Random employees aren't reliable witnesses for this sort of thing.
#83 - drewjitsu (07/06/2016) [-]
What if the doctor isn't employed anymore when the file is reviewed? or what if the doctor gets arrested for molesting his patients afterwards?

Makes no difference.
#72 - But that's just not how things work. It's someone elses job to…  [+] (7 new replies) 06/30/2016 on Looks up at the man that... +2
#73 - drewjitsu (06/30/2016) [-]
It is an inconvenience and we're bogged down with enough paperwork already. We need people to disobey the blatantly foolish requirements. Take it from a small business owner, the world would be a better place if more people assaulted folks who require paperwork.
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#77 - ninjaroo (07/03/2016) [-]
But this example isn't a foolish requirement. Yes, the person directly in front of you can see you're disabled, but fucking dozens of people might have to review that file and none of them are going to be in front of you.

Not a difficult concept.
#78 - drewjitsu (07/03/2016) [-]
Chances are that nobody is going to review that file. It'll get filed and stay there forever. Even if it is reviewed, a doctor's note isn't anything more than a voucher. Something like an amputation could be vouched for by anyone who sees it. The clerk could sign as a witness and that would satisfy the paper gods or whoever the hell it is that demands so damn much filing.
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#79 - ninjaroo (07/04/2016) [-]
A certified doctor is a reliable witness. You can't get any random dude to sign off on it, because... then any random dude could sign off on it.
#81 - drewjitsu (07/04/2016) [-]
If it's something that any random dude can see, that makes sense. Aside from that, I didn't say 'any random dude.' I indicated the clerk at the DMV would be the one signing.
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#82 - ninjaroo (07/05/2016) [-]
And what if they're no longer employed there? Or are later arrested? Random employees aren't reliable witnesses for this sort of thing.
#83 - drewjitsu (07/06/2016) [-]
What if the doctor isn't employed anymore when the file is reviewed? or what if the doctor gets arrested for molesting his patients afterwards?

Makes no difference.
#128 - Which I get, man. I'm explaining why people feel that way, not… 06/14/2016 on /pol/ on Muslims 0
#97 - Okay, but that's the point. Praying doesn't help the person in…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/14/2016 on /pol/ on Muslims 0
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#101 - twiceasfun (06/14/2016) [-]
The difference is that they can throw a drowning man a line and get him out of the water and his problem will be resolved. You can't do that with a homeless man. You can toss them some spare change and what not, but you cannot fix the whole situation. So they pray to God that others will be generous as well and that fortune will come that man's way, and the sentiment is significant whether it actually results in anything or not
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#128 - ninjaroo (06/14/2016) [-]
Which I get, man. I'm explaining why people feel that way, not saying I feel that way. To that point, people don't think that being able to immediately resolve the situation is the key point in whether or not you do something, and the complaint is against people who say they'll pray but don't give.
#82 - Devils advocate If I was drowning, I don't care how si…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/14/2016 on /pol/ on Muslims -4
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#87 - twiceasfun (06/14/2016) [-]
You are inventing a situation that is completely different from what I was talking about, and to be blunt, one that doesn't even happen. No one stands next to a drowning person and pray that God will pull them out of the water. No one stands next to a person that is getting shot and prays for God to make that person's skin bulletproof.
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#97 - ninjaroo (06/14/2016) [-]
Okay, but that's the point. Praying doesn't help the person in need with their need, and some people feel that applies to all situations, not just life or death ones.

To some people, saying "I'll pray for you" to a homeless man but throwing a drowning man a float is hypocrisy and cruelty to the homeless man.
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#101 - twiceasfun (06/14/2016) [-]
The difference is that they can throw a drowning man a line and get him out of the water and his problem will be resolved. You can't do that with a homeless man. You can toss them some spare change and what not, but you cannot fix the whole situation. So they pray to God that others will be generous as well and that fortune will come that man's way, and the sentiment is significant whether it actually results in anything or not
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#128 - ninjaroo (06/14/2016) [-]
Which I get, man. I'm explaining why people feel that way, not saying I feel that way. To that point, people don't think that being able to immediately resolve the situation is the key point in whether or not you do something, and the complaint is against people who say they'll pray but don't give.