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#62 - as a guy with both longish hair and facial hair, and no mother… 11/19/2014 on Hair. +2
#137 - Why should I respect someone for being human, literally everyo… 11/19/2014 on Hope you will reach the... +1
#135 - I'm saying that attaching the respect yo merely being human ch…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/18/2014 on Hope you will reach the... +1
User avatar #136 - KazumaKyu (11/18/2014) [-]
It can't cheapen the word respect. Literally cannot. Because the definition of the word encompasses both levels of regard. I don't understand how you aren't getting that. You keep saying 'respect means to me' but what respect apparently means to you isn't the only meaning of the word. Your understanding or your view of that word is more limited than the word itself. Your understanding is incomplete. Respecting individuals as human beings does not, I repeat, does not mean you have to care about them. Period. 'Caring' about someone doesn't even enter into it. You can loathe someone's very existence and find their every action abhorrent and still be able to respect them as an equal (in as far as being human is concerned). Likewise you can be utterly indifferent to a person while still maintaining a certain level of respect for them as an individual. Saying you 'don't care' is completely pointless here because how much you care is utterly irrelevant.

Also, I never said you can't insult people. I never said you had to be nice. Having a general level of respect for the people you interact with merely means that you do not begin to think yourself somehow better than they are simply because you are at odds.
User avatar #137 - nothingatall (11/19/2014) [-]
Why should I respect someone for being human, literally everyone is human, why should that affect how I treat people, I don't disagree on the results of what you are calling respect, I just think that many of the issues people are dealing with right now(this whole feminist shindig, racism in Europe) has to do with people asserting rights and respect to people for merely being something(female, different race, whatever), and that is something that I, as an individual whose opinion doesn't really matter in the grand scene of things, disagree with. I deal with people who i disagree with on a regular basis(many of them are my superiors), I don't put up with them because they're human, I do it because it would make no sense to antagonize them, they've earned my respect of the consequences of angering them.
#36 - go kill a bear, wear its face 11/18/2014 on Why play an RPG 0
#132 - I just have an issue with calling that 'basic respect', I'd ca… 11/18/2014 on Hope you will reach the... +1
#126 - I get that, referring to the comment in terms of the idolizati…  [+] (4 new replies) 11/18/2014 on Hope you will reach the... +1
User avatar #134 - KazumaKyu (11/18/2014) [-]
You have trouble calling privacy respect or a right. Despite it actually being a basic human right. As in it is specifically designated as such. I... don't understand you.

Look you are taking a very hard line on what the word 'respect' means. It has a number of different applications of varying severity. When I quote an historical figure and say I have a great deal of respect for them, that is me idolizing them in some way for what they have said or done in the past. THAT kind of respect is earned. Then there is the lesser level of respect which I give to every human being, which they deserve by right of being human. Again, this isn't difficult. Respecting your fellow humans should come naturally to you, it should be your default setting quite frankly. If you meet someone on the street and they are a complete asshat to you, it is natural that you would begin to dislike that person. Perhaps you even begin to hate them if such behavior continues. At no point in this process should you stop acknowledging that they are individual human beings with their own thoughts and feelings. At no point in this process should your dislike of that person alter your perception of them such that they begin to seem less human than you are. This is not hard, it's common courtesy and the basic understanding that you are not the only rational thinking creature on the planet. Other people are not one-dimensional meat puppets; each and every one of them is as complex as you are, and their opinions and feelings are equally as nuanced as your own.
User avatar #135 - nothingatall (11/18/2014) [-]
I'm saying that attaching the respect yo merely being human cheapens the meaning of the word respect. Respect is something that is earned, not given, and to make merely being human deserving of respect means that all the people who don't treat people in a polite manner(and worse) are the same. I'm saying that in order for me to live my life as I see fit, I don't go around starting issues except in their own place and time(like now, as I comment in the comment section). Respect to me implies an amount of caring about someone/something, and frankly, I can't be bothered to care about everyone I meet, that doesn't mean I hurt them or insult them in any way, I just don't interact with them. If someone were to say, insult me without cause, randomly on the street, I would likely respond in kind, or just walk away(see not caring), I don't not insult people because they're human, or because I respect them, it's because I can't be bothered to deal with the consequences, and because they(being multi-dimensional meatbags) don't(or shouldn't) care about MY opinions
User avatar #136 - KazumaKyu (11/18/2014) [-]
It can't cheapen the word respect. Literally cannot. Because the definition of the word encompasses both levels of regard. I don't understand how you aren't getting that. You keep saying 'respect means to me' but what respect apparently means to you isn't the only meaning of the word. Your understanding or your view of that word is more limited than the word itself. Your understanding is incomplete. Respecting individuals as human beings does not, I repeat, does not mean you have to care about them. Period. 'Caring' about someone doesn't even enter into it. You can loathe someone's very existence and find their every action abhorrent and still be able to respect them as an equal (in as far as being human is concerned). Likewise you can be utterly indifferent to a person while still maintaining a certain level of respect for them as an individual. Saying you 'don't care' is completely pointless here because how much you care is utterly irrelevant.

Also, I never said you can't insult people. I never said you had to be nice. Having a general level of respect for the people you interact with merely means that you do not begin to think yourself somehow better than they are simply because you are at odds.
User avatar #137 - nothingatall (11/19/2014) [-]
Why should I respect someone for being human, literally everyone is human, why should that affect how I treat people, I don't disagree on the results of what you are calling respect, I just think that many of the issues people are dealing with right now(this whole feminist shindig, racism in Europe) has to do with people asserting rights and respect to people for merely being something(female, different race, whatever), and that is something that I, as an individual whose opinion doesn't really matter in the grand scene of things, disagree with. I deal with people who i disagree with on a regular basis(many of them are my superiors), I don't put up with them because they're human, I do it because it would make no sense to antagonize them, they've earned my respect of the consequences of angering them.
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#101 - Is there a basic respect that 'should' be given to all human b…  [+] (9 new replies) 11/18/2014 on Hope you will reach the... 0
User avatar #131 - tastycrisps (11/18/2014) [-]
Basic respect includes respecting someone's personal space, privacy, rights, and consent.

So basically don't get all up their their faces, don't ask them embarrassing or invasive questions, don't kill/beat up/shame them duh , and don't pressure them into doing shit they don't want to.

Some people think that these basic courtesies don't apply to certain groups, and I think this content just addresses common behaviors that people overlook or think of as normal but really are pretty shitty things to do.
User avatar #132 - nothingatall (11/18/2014) [-]
I just have an issue with calling that 'basic respect', I'd call that concept something more along the lines of 'not getting my teeth kicked in', or possibly 'not deserving to have those things done to me'. I don't have the time not care to respect everyone I meet, I simply don't care, I don't care what you look like if my only interaction with you is on the bus, if I get all up in your face though, I expect you to DO something about it. It's not respect, it's getting what you give, it's having the self-awareness to recognize that not everyone has to care about me, and that that is a damn good thing.
User avatar #125 - KazumaKyu (11/18/2014) [-]
It has nothing to do with idolization. Have you never asked someone to 'respect your privacy'? You're not asking them to look up to or idolize your privacy, obviously. You are asking people to respect your right to a private life. In this instance the content is calling for people to respect each individual's right to be treated as a human being with thoughts and feelings of their own. This is pretty simple stuff, yanno?
User avatar #126 - nothingatall (11/18/2014) [-]
I get that, referring to the comment in terms of the idolization, I just have a hard time calling privacy respect, or a right. if someone doesn't want my opinion, don't be around me, don't interact with me, don't put your happiness on me, don't make it my problem, respect or rights are things that(in my opinion, at least) should be earned. You don't get anything for simply being human, you gain respect by not being a shithead, because if you are a shithead, you lose my respect, even though you're still human
User avatar #134 - KazumaKyu (11/18/2014) [-]
You have trouble calling privacy respect or a right. Despite it actually being a basic human right. As in it is specifically designated as such. I... don't understand you.

Look you are taking a very hard line on what the word 'respect' means. It has a number of different applications of varying severity. When I quote an historical figure and say I have a great deal of respect for them, that is me idolizing them in some way for what they have said or done in the past. THAT kind of respect is earned. Then there is the lesser level of respect which I give to every human being, which they deserve by right of being human. Again, this isn't difficult. Respecting your fellow humans should come naturally to you, it should be your default setting quite frankly. If you meet someone on the street and they are a complete asshat to you, it is natural that you would begin to dislike that person. Perhaps you even begin to hate them if such behavior continues. At no point in this process should you stop acknowledging that they are individual human beings with their own thoughts and feelings. At no point in this process should your dislike of that person alter your perception of them such that they begin to seem less human than you are. This is not hard, it's common courtesy and the basic understanding that you are not the only rational thinking creature on the planet. Other people are not one-dimensional meat puppets; each and every one of them is as complex as you are, and their opinions and feelings are equally as nuanced as your own.
User avatar #135 - nothingatall (11/18/2014) [-]
I'm saying that attaching the respect yo merely being human cheapens the meaning of the word respect. Respect is something that is earned, not given, and to make merely being human deserving of respect means that all the people who don't treat people in a polite manner(and worse) are the same. I'm saying that in order for me to live my life as I see fit, I don't go around starting issues except in their own place and time(like now, as I comment in the comment section). Respect to me implies an amount of caring about someone/something, and frankly, I can't be bothered to care about everyone I meet, that doesn't mean I hurt them or insult them in any way, I just don't interact with them. If someone were to say, insult me without cause, randomly on the street, I would likely respond in kind, or just walk away(see not caring), I don't not insult people because they're human, or because I respect them, it's because I can't be bothered to deal with the consequences, and because they(being multi-dimensional meatbags) don't(or shouldn't) care about MY opinions
User avatar #136 - KazumaKyu (11/18/2014) [-]
It can't cheapen the word respect. Literally cannot. Because the definition of the word encompasses both levels of regard. I don't understand how you aren't getting that. You keep saying 'respect means to me' but what respect apparently means to you isn't the only meaning of the word. Your understanding or your view of that word is more limited than the word itself. Your understanding is incomplete. Respecting individuals as human beings does not, I repeat, does not mean you have to care about them. Period. 'Caring' about someone doesn't even enter into it. You can loathe someone's very existence and find their every action abhorrent and still be able to respect them as an equal (in as far as being human is concerned). Likewise you can be utterly indifferent to a person while still maintaining a certain level of respect for them as an individual. Saying you 'don't care' is completely pointless here because how much you care is utterly irrelevant.

Also, I never said you can't insult people. I never said you had to be nice. Having a general level of respect for the people you interact with merely means that you do not begin to think yourself somehow better than they are simply because you are at odds.
User avatar #137 - nothingatall (11/19/2014) [-]
Why should I respect someone for being human, literally everyone is human, why should that affect how I treat people, I don't disagree on the results of what you are calling respect, I just think that many of the issues people are dealing with right now(this whole feminist shindig, racism in Europe) has to do with people asserting rights and respect to people for merely being something(female, different race, whatever), and that is something that I, as an individual whose opinion doesn't really matter in the grand scene of things, disagree with. I deal with people who i disagree with on a regular basis(many of them are my superiors), I don't put up with them because they're human, I do it because it would make no sense to antagonize them, they've earned my respect of the consequences of angering them.
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What if someone wants to forcibly shove it up your pooper with no lube?
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User avatar #12 to #11 - nothingatall (06/08/2013) [-]
I forget
#3 - youcame (05/03/2012) [-]
Lets go bro. ************* already.

bitch
User avatar #4 to #3 - nothingatall (05/03/2012) [-]
dun wanna, gonna go play kotor and eat cake
#5 to #4 - youcame (05/03/2012) [-]
oh, playing games from 2004?    
   
what a cute little hipster
oh, playing games from 2004?

what a cute little hipster
User avatar #6 to #5 - nothingatall (05/03/2012) [-]
naw, they are just epic games(sidenote, i am a hipster, at least when it comes to gaming, largely due to the fact that it is the only thing i do, and if i couldnt feel superior it wouldnt be nearly as much fun)
#7 to #6 - youcame (05/03/2012) [-]
... wow, you're really taking this well
... wow, you're really taking this well
User avatar #8 to #7 - nothingatall (05/03/2012) [-]
I think that i am mostly a reasonable and rational person, not to say that I don't have problems(depression, basically haven't done anything productive in my life for 4 years or so etc), but I do quite like starting **** on the internet, especially when the post was as dumb as the one i replied to
#9 to #8 - youcame (05/03/2012) [-]
Oh, really?

is that so?

my post is dumb?

go check the rest of FJ's opinion. You may grow a bit of brain, and learn two words:

Mod. Mentality
#1 - hueyfreeman ONLINE (03/23/2012) [-]
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I know what you said.
User avatar #2 to #1 - nothingatall (03/23/2012) [-]
yeah, but i spelled it wrong, and i felt dumb, and dont worry about it, just dont be a twat and ur cool
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