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#9 - **** cilantro...**** cilantro so hard  [+] (2 new replies) 08/13/2015 on 8 vegetables that you can... -1
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#10 - thechosentroll (08/13/2015) [-]
How exactly am I supposed to stick my dick in it, though?
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#12 - nothingatall (08/13/2015) [-]
It comes in a bunch, easily fackable
#15 - they use cambro lids 08/13/2015 on Kitchen tip that will... 0
#22 - I used to be suicidal, I used to think that because I didn't w…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/12/2015 on sad 0
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#23 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
I felt the same way, but didn't really want to kill myself. I realized that modern cultural expectations are not only inherently unnatural relative to human biology and psychology, but different from the cultural expectations in other places in the world and in time. Those who accept them as absolute are just simpleminded or ignorant, too accepting of doing as they are told.

I am part of the human species, but I am also a distinct sentient entity in an philosophical sense, not a tumblr-esque way . What a human intellectually and psychologically develops into is partly affected biology and partly affected by outside influence and personal experience. You could raise a human to think in almost any way you wanted them to if you could account for all of these influences. That other people are so small minded that they believe they can judge others for not sharing their lifestyle, expectations, or opinions is incredible to me.
#20 - Of course not, you've got 7 billion other people competing for…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/12/2015 on sad 0
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#21 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
I don't consider suicide. I've already decided that I will overcome whatever obstacles I encounter as long as I am physically and mentally able to do so. It sickens me that people actually accept a reality where others are just "better" than them. For example, I plan on starting my own company soon. Anyone I talk to about it goes on and on about how it won't work because of this or that, or whatever. The majority of businesses in the U.S. are privately owned. Do you honestly expect me to believe those people are somehow better than me? Yes, it will be difficult, yes, there will be obstacles I did not expect; I will overcome those when the time comes because I will simply bite the bullet and do what is necessary. I won't complain that an obstacle is too big or too complex. I will adapt. Others may be unwilling or unable to live that way, but that doesn't mean I'll allow them to project their psychological feebility onto me.

That is the same philosophy I apply to everyday life, my thinking, and to my opinions. I don't need the endorsement of others because everyone is simply weighing new experiences against old; any opinion that isn't supported by scientific fact or at least strong reason is nothing but an amalgamation of subjective whim and not something I need to even consider. This doesn't mean I won't listen to others, but if they stray from logic I begin to tune them out.
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#22 - nothingatall (08/12/2015) [-]
I used to be suicidal, I used to think that because I didn't want to do the things I was supposed to do(school), and because I hadn't done the things I was supposed to have done(sex), that I was inherently worth less. Then I realized that to them, I was, but why should I give a damn what they think? Are they gonna make my life better? or are they just doing this because it makes them feel better. Today I still haven't done anything "they"(society, parents etc.) expect of me, and I couldn't care less, ironic that those same people see me as someone very well put together, in a day to day sense.
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#23 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
I felt the same way, but didn't really want to kill myself. I realized that modern cultural expectations are not only inherently unnatural relative to human biology and psychology, but different from the cultural expectations in other places in the world and in time. Those who accept them as absolute are just simpleminded or ignorant, too accepting of doing as they are told.

I am part of the human species, but I am also a distinct sentient entity in an philosophical sense, not a tumblr-esque way . What a human intellectually and psychologically develops into is partly affected biology and partly affected by outside influence and personal experience. You could raise a human to think in almost any way you wanted them to if you could account for all of these influences. That other people are so small minded that they believe they can judge others for not sharing their lifestyle, expectations, or opinions is incredible to me.
#18 - At the end of the day, everything YOU do, will affect YOU, bec…  [+] (5 new replies) 08/12/2015 on sad 0
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#19 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
Sometimes your situation and the outcome of your actions won't be acceptable to you. In those cases you have to be flexible and accept that you just have to deal with it.
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#20 - nothingatall (08/12/2015) [-]
Of course not, you've got 7 billion other people competing for things to also work their way, I just think that that competition should spur you to do something, rather than attempt to forgo all responsibilities, or worse, suicide.
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#21 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
I don't consider suicide. I've already decided that I will overcome whatever obstacles I encounter as long as I am physically and mentally able to do so. It sickens me that people actually accept a reality where others are just "better" than them. For example, I plan on starting my own company soon. Anyone I talk to about it goes on and on about how it won't work because of this or that, or whatever. The majority of businesses in the U.S. are privately owned. Do you honestly expect me to believe those people are somehow better than me? Yes, it will be difficult, yes, there will be obstacles I did not expect; I will overcome those when the time comes because I will simply bite the bullet and do what is necessary. I won't complain that an obstacle is too big or too complex. I will adapt. Others may be unwilling or unable to live that way, but that doesn't mean I'll allow them to project their psychological feebility onto me.

That is the same philosophy I apply to everyday life, my thinking, and to my opinions. I don't need the endorsement of others because everyone is simply weighing new experiences against old; any opinion that isn't supported by scientific fact or at least strong reason is nothing but an amalgamation of subjective whim and not something I need to even consider. This doesn't mean I won't listen to others, but if they stray from logic I begin to tune them out.
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#22 - nothingatall (08/12/2015) [-]
I used to be suicidal, I used to think that because I didn't want to do the things I was supposed to do(school), and because I hadn't done the things I was supposed to have done(sex), that I was inherently worth less. Then I realized that to them, I was, but why should I give a damn what they think? Are they gonna make my life better? or are they just doing this because it makes them feel better. Today I still haven't done anything "they"(society, parents etc.) expect of me, and I couldn't care less, ironic that those same people see me as someone very well put together, in a day to day sense.
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#23 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
I felt the same way, but didn't really want to kill myself. I realized that modern cultural expectations are not only inherently unnatural relative to human biology and psychology, but different from the cultural expectations in other places in the world and in time. Those who accept them as absolute are just simpleminded or ignorant, too accepting of doing as they are told.

I am part of the human species, but I am also a distinct sentient entity in an philosophical sense, not a tumblr-esque way . What a human intellectually and psychologically develops into is partly affected biology and partly affected by outside influence and personal experience. You could raise a human to think in almost any way you wanted them to if you could account for all of these influences. That other people are so small minded that they believe they can judge others for not sharing their lifestyle, expectations, or opinions is incredible to me.
#16 - the world around you and yourself, I do the things that I do b…  [+] (7 new replies) 08/12/2015 on sad 0
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#17 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
I do what I do for whatever reason I feel it is necessary at the time. I don't always act for the benefit of my self.
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#18 - nothingatall (08/12/2015) [-]
At the end of the day, everything YOU do, will affect YOU, because...thats how things work. You have to make the ways that said things affect you acceptable to you
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#19 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
Sometimes your situation and the outcome of your actions won't be acceptable to you. In those cases you have to be flexible and accept that you just have to deal with it.
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#20 - nothingatall (08/12/2015) [-]
Of course not, you've got 7 billion other people competing for things to also work their way, I just think that that competition should spur you to do something, rather than attempt to forgo all responsibilities, or worse, suicide.
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#21 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
I don't consider suicide. I've already decided that I will overcome whatever obstacles I encounter as long as I am physically and mentally able to do so. It sickens me that people actually accept a reality where others are just "better" than them. For example, I plan on starting my own company soon. Anyone I talk to about it goes on and on about how it won't work because of this or that, or whatever. The majority of businesses in the U.S. are privately owned. Do you honestly expect me to believe those people are somehow better than me? Yes, it will be difficult, yes, there will be obstacles I did not expect; I will overcome those when the time comes because I will simply bite the bullet and do what is necessary. I won't complain that an obstacle is too big or too complex. I will adapt. Others may be unwilling or unable to live that way, but that doesn't mean I'll allow them to project their psychological feebility onto me.

That is the same philosophy I apply to everyday life, my thinking, and to my opinions. I don't need the endorsement of others because everyone is simply weighing new experiences against old; any opinion that isn't supported by scientific fact or at least strong reason is nothing but an amalgamation of subjective whim and not something I need to even consider. This doesn't mean I won't listen to others, but if they stray from logic I begin to tune them out.
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#22 - nothingatall (08/12/2015) [-]
I used to be suicidal, I used to think that because I didn't want to do the things I was supposed to do(school), and because I hadn't done the things I was supposed to have done(sex), that I was inherently worth less. Then I realized that to them, I was, but why should I give a damn what they think? Are they gonna make my life better? or are they just doing this because it makes them feel better. Today I still haven't done anything "they"(society, parents etc.) expect of me, and I couldn't care less, ironic that those same people see me as someone very well put together, in a day to day sense.
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#23 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
I felt the same way, but didn't really want to kill myself. I realized that modern cultural expectations are not only inherently unnatural relative to human biology and psychology, but different from the cultural expectations in other places in the world and in time. Those who accept them as absolute are just simpleminded or ignorant, too accepting of doing as they are told.

I am part of the human species, but I am also a distinct sentient entity in an philosophical sense, not a tumblr-esque way . What a human intellectually and psychologically develops into is partly affected biology and partly affected by outside influence and personal experience. You could raise a human to think in almost any way you wanted them to if you could account for all of these influences. That other people are so small minded that they believe they can judge others for not sharing their lifestyle, expectations, or opinions is incredible to me.
#14 - Not your intellect, your ******* sense of self, the ability to…  [+] (9 new replies) 08/12/2015 on sad -1
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#15 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
I'd say they're tied together. Ignorance and stupidity can and does birth strong opinions and self-confidence, but intelligence can do the same if it doesn't lead to megalomania or narcissism. A sharp mind tempered by humility acknowledging one's own intelligence in a practical manner is not arrogant, ffs and an honest pursuit of truth can give one confidence in one's self and opinions, as in my case. The more you understand the world around you, the easier it become to make informed decisions.
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#16 - nothingatall (08/12/2015) [-]
the world around you and yourself, I do the things that I do because I find pleasure doing them, I spend time with the people I do because they give me SOMETHING, be it friendship, professional assistance, or lookin at boobs, I don't care if I'm their "BEST FRIEND"...I honestly hope I'm not, for their sake.
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#17 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
I do what I do for whatever reason I feel it is necessary at the time. I don't always act for the benefit of my self.
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#18 - nothingatall (08/12/2015) [-]
At the end of the day, everything YOU do, will affect YOU, because...thats how things work. You have to make the ways that said things affect you acceptable to you
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#19 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
Sometimes your situation and the outcome of your actions won't be acceptable to you. In those cases you have to be flexible and accept that you just have to deal with it.
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#20 - nothingatall (08/12/2015) [-]
Of course not, you've got 7 billion other people competing for things to also work their way, I just think that that competition should spur you to do something, rather than attempt to forgo all responsibilities, or worse, suicide.
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#21 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
I don't consider suicide. I've already decided that I will overcome whatever obstacles I encounter as long as I am physically and mentally able to do so. It sickens me that people actually accept a reality where others are just "better" than them. For example, I plan on starting my own company soon. Anyone I talk to about it goes on and on about how it won't work because of this or that, or whatever. The majority of businesses in the U.S. are privately owned. Do you honestly expect me to believe those people are somehow better than me? Yes, it will be difficult, yes, there will be obstacles I did not expect; I will overcome those when the time comes because I will simply bite the bullet and do what is necessary. I won't complain that an obstacle is too big or too complex. I will adapt. Others may be unwilling or unable to live that way, but that doesn't mean I'll allow them to project their psychological feebility onto me.

That is the same philosophy I apply to everyday life, my thinking, and to my opinions. I don't need the endorsement of others because everyone is simply weighing new experiences against old; any opinion that isn't supported by scientific fact or at least strong reason is nothing but an amalgamation of subjective whim and not something I need to even consider. This doesn't mean I won't listen to others, but if they stray from logic I begin to tune them out.
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#22 - nothingatall (08/12/2015) [-]
I used to be suicidal, I used to think that because I didn't want to do the things I was supposed to do(school), and because I hadn't done the things I was supposed to have done(sex), that I was inherently worth less. Then I realized that to them, I was, but why should I give a damn what they think? Are they gonna make my life better? or are they just doing this because it makes them feel better. Today I still haven't done anything "they"(society, parents etc.) expect of me, and I couldn't care less, ironic that those same people see me as someone very well put together, in a day to day sense.
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#23 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
I felt the same way, but didn't really want to kill myself. I realized that modern cultural expectations are not only inherently unnatural relative to human biology and psychology, but different from the cultural expectations in other places in the world and in time. Those who accept them as absolute are just simpleminded or ignorant, too accepting of doing as they are told.

I am part of the human species, but I am also a distinct sentient entity in an philosophical sense, not a tumblr-esque way . What a human intellectually and psychologically develops into is partly affected biology and partly affected by outside influence and personal experience. You could raise a human to think in almost any way you wanted them to if you could account for all of these influences. That other people are so small minded that they believe they can judge others for not sharing their lifestyle, expectations, or opinions is incredible to me.
#12 - Shhhh, you'll hurt their brains with all that ability to have …  [+] (11 new replies) 08/12/2015 on sad +4
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#14 - nothingatall (08/12/2015) [-]
Not your intellect, your fucking sense of self, the ability to make a decision on your own instead of relying on those around you to dictate what is acceptable and what isn't
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#15 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
I'd say they're tied together. Ignorance and stupidity can and does birth strong opinions and self-confidence, but intelligence can do the same if it doesn't lead to megalomania or narcissism. A sharp mind tempered by humility acknowledging one's own intelligence in a practical manner is not arrogant, ffs and an honest pursuit of truth can give one confidence in one's self and opinions, as in my case. The more you understand the world around you, the easier it become to make informed decisions.
User avatar
#16 - nothingatall (08/12/2015) [-]
the world around you and yourself, I do the things that I do because I find pleasure doing them, I spend time with the people I do because they give me SOMETHING, be it friendship, professional assistance, or lookin at boobs, I don't care if I'm their "BEST FRIEND"...I honestly hope I'm not, for their sake.
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#17 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
I do what I do for whatever reason I feel it is necessary at the time. I don't always act for the benefit of my self.
User avatar
#18 - nothingatall (08/12/2015) [-]
At the end of the day, everything YOU do, will affect YOU, because...thats how things work. You have to make the ways that said things affect you acceptable to you
User avatar
#19 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
Sometimes your situation and the outcome of your actions won't be acceptable to you. In those cases you have to be flexible and accept that you just have to deal with it.
User avatar
#20 - nothingatall (08/12/2015) [-]
Of course not, you've got 7 billion other people competing for things to also work their way, I just think that that competition should spur you to do something, rather than attempt to forgo all responsibilities, or worse, suicide.
User avatar
#21 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
I don't consider suicide. I've already decided that I will overcome whatever obstacles I encounter as long as I am physically and mentally able to do so. It sickens me that people actually accept a reality where others are just "better" than them. For example, I plan on starting my own company soon. Anyone I talk to about it goes on and on about how it won't work because of this or that, or whatever. The majority of businesses in the U.S. are privately owned. Do you honestly expect me to believe those people are somehow better than me? Yes, it will be difficult, yes, there will be obstacles I did not expect; I will overcome those when the time comes because I will simply bite the bullet and do what is necessary. I won't complain that an obstacle is too big or too complex. I will adapt. Others may be unwilling or unable to live that way, but that doesn't mean I'll allow them to project their psychological feebility onto me.

That is the same philosophy I apply to everyday life, my thinking, and to my opinions. I don't need the endorsement of others because everyone is simply weighing new experiences against old; any opinion that isn't supported by scientific fact or at least strong reason is nothing but an amalgamation of subjective whim and not something I need to even consider. This doesn't mean I won't listen to others, but if they stray from logic I begin to tune them out.
User avatar
#22 - nothingatall (08/12/2015) [-]
I used to be suicidal, I used to think that because I didn't want to do the things I was supposed to do(school), and because I hadn't done the things I was supposed to have done(sex), that I was inherently worth less. Then I realized that to them, I was, but why should I give a damn what they think? Are they gonna make my life better? or are they just doing this because it makes them feel better. Today I still haven't done anything "they"(society, parents etc.) expect of me, and I couldn't care less, ironic that those same people see me as someone very well put together, in a day to day sense.
User avatar
#23 - masanori (08/12/2015) [-]
I felt the same way, but didn't really want to kill myself. I realized that modern cultural expectations are not only inherently unnatural relative to human biology and psychology, but different from the cultural expectations in other places in the world and in time. Those who accept them as absolute are just simpleminded or ignorant, too accepting of doing as they are told.

I am part of the human species, but I am also a distinct sentient entity in an philosophical sense, not a tumblr-esque way . What a human intellectually and psychologically develops into is partly affected biology and partly affected by outside influence and personal experience. You could raise a human to think in almost any way you wanted them to if you could account for all of these influences. That other people are so small minded that they believe they can judge others for not sharing their lifestyle, expectations, or opinions is incredible to me.
#14 - too many extremes, most of us are afraid to look at a girl, le… 08/12/2015 on Deep (Untitled) content +2
#13 - **** em, care for yourself, stop expecting people to care for … 08/12/2015 on Deep (Untitled) content 0