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pedokuma

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Date Signed Up:9/09/2011
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#134 - It says philosophical objections to vaccine, so they can't tak…  [+] (4 new replies) 04/15/2015 on More great... 0
User avatar #138 - thelastamerican (04/15/2015) [-]
As a side note, caccines are not 100% effective, because diseases infect more than just humans. You can't vaccinate every living thing on earth after all. There will always be a new virus trying to kill us.
It's just going to be another political football that they throw around for the next 20 years. Highly charged subjects like this usually are.
Again, I'm all for the spirit the law is promoting, if you're going to take the money there should be strings attached to that money.
BUT. The precedent that it sets is... I don't know... for lack of a better term, unsettling to me.
User avatar #141 - pedokuma (04/15/2015) [-]
This is not really that big of an issue here in Aus. I have never met anyone who isn't vaccinated. Schools here provide vaccination forms to every student each year, up to year 10. Doctors usually ask for vaccination histories to help them assess your health.
User avatar #145 - thelastamerican (04/15/2015) [-]
Same here. I've never met anyone who wasn't vaccinated, but you're also required to have your vaccinations to attend elementary school where I live. (I'm like 99% certain) I guess I just believe in letting people voluntarily remove themselves from the gene pool. And I know how bad that sounds, but look at these people for just a second. They're provided the same education as every one else, they've spent just as much time observing society as everyone else, but they still want to die. Let them. Damn. That sounds bad. I'm not trying to sound like a jackass, it's just how its coming out tonight.
User avatar #153 - pedokuma (04/15/2015) [-]
Well that's not the reason they don't want vaccines. Rumors circulate about bad side effects of vaccines, a worried parent looks online about it. Problem is they hone into articles or sites about bad side effects, and constructs their belief based on what they want to see instead of looking both sides of the argument. Then they find a support group with hundreds of people thinking the same thing, and nothing reinforces belief stronger than peer support. As the group grows bigger, rumor spreads wider, and process repeats. Some smarter people realize the mistake and change sides, but an average person is none the wiser.

There's also a massive stigma on autism, mental disorder, and child growth defects while death is so commonplace in our culture it is not as shocking. So when a rumor that a vaccine can cause autism, these parents worry more about their kid becoming autistic than the chance of death.
#172 - Yeah there's always isolated cases, but then people focus on t… 04/12/2015 on What are your views about... 0
#167 - Vaccines USED TO contain thiomersal, an organomercury based …  [+] (2 new replies) 04/12/2015 on What are your views about... +2
User avatar #171 - thechase (04/12/2015) [-]
Yeah the vaccine and autism stuff isn't anything I ever bought into, I see a lot of people bring up the Virginia tech cheer leader who got the H1Z1 vaccine and got a horrible reaction to it but I think most aren't aware that she had some sort of trait that caused that? I honestly can't remember and don't know enough about it all. At my own fault though I mean I have internet.....that's just my own laziness at this point.
User avatar #172 - pedokuma (04/12/2015) [-]
Yeah there's always isolated cases, but then people focus on that and use it as an example, ignoring the 10,000 other things that say otherwise.

You should be thankful though you've never been sick with such minimal vaccinations. Maybe go see your doctor and check if there are vaccines you still need to take. I'm pretty sure a lot of flu vaccines are for new tougher strains. And they're not expensive either, just get ready to be sick like a day or two if you get it.
#54 - If you just wanna try the food you don't really need to go to … 04/08/2015 on Japanese Food: Street Foods 0
#53 - By the time this releases a new iPhone would be out, making th… 04/08/2015 on Smart Boy 0
#111 - I don't care about the clothing they wear. Everybody can wear … 04/08/2015 on hipsters +1
#39 - the real question is did she **** herself in the ass af…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/08/2015 on Tumblrena +6
User avatar #46 - ragingspacepanda (04/08/2015) [-]
that is the most important question
and the people demand answers
User avatar #45 - robinwilliamson (04/08/2015) [-]
yes
#98 - going to school is socializeing, homework and studying are the… 03/31/2015 on How? -1
#35 - honestly dude until it all hits the market and becomes pretty … 03/28/2015 on virtual nose 0
#86 - there was a thing in monster hunter where the more you look/wa… 03/26/2015 on MMO/RPG games 0
#61 - I love the amount of made up words in the deerkin one. 03/23/2015 on Cringe #13 +1
#69 - oh boy I haven't read any of these but sure ding me 03/23/2015 on What the heck is SCP (Part 2) 0
#74 - I never said shinies are easier, it's a lot harder because it'…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/23/2015 on What Breeding for a... 0
User avatar #76 - kingbulbasaur (03/23/2015) [-]
Woops, meant time consuming =/= difficult
User avatar #75 - kingbulbasaur (03/23/2015) [-]
Yeah, dude. Time consuming = difficult. Especially now that the Masuda Method is common knowledge amongst Pokemon breeders.
The info on breeding shiny Pokemon is also on wiki..
There is nothing difficult about sticking two breedable Pokemon (one or two of which may or may not be shiny) and biking up and down the road in front of the daycare as opposed to breeding for nature, breeding for egg moves, then breeding for IVs, then breeding for 5 IVs in the correct place.
#72 - perfect IV is easy. shinies are pure probablity  [+] (4 new replies) 03/23/2015 on What Breeding for a... 0
User avatar #73 - kingbulbasaur (03/23/2015) [-]
Just 'cause shinies are less probable doesn't make it EASIER.. You just grind. Breeding for egg moves and perfect IVs requires more knowledge and technique as opposed to mindlessly breeding.
User avatar #74 - pedokuma (03/23/2015) [-]
I never said shinies are easier, it's a lot harder because it's time consuming.

perfect IV and egg moves is easy because all that info is in a wiki. I've put less time making a perfect IV pokemon than finding a shiny of it.
User avatar #76 - kingbulbasaur (03/23/2015) [-]
Woops, meant time consuming =/= difficult
User avatar #75 - kingbulbasaur (03/23/2015) [-]
Yeah, dude. Time consuming = difficult. Especially now that the Masuda Method is common knowledge amongst Pokemon breeders.
The info on breeding shiny Pokemon is also on wiki..
There is nothing difficult about sticking two breedable Pokemon (one or two of which may or may not be shiny) and biking up and down the road in front of the daycare as opposed to breeding for nature, breeding for egg moves, then breeding for IVs, then breeding for 5 IVs in the correct place.
#36 - fixed 03/23/2015 on Double Standards +3
#50 - OP if you don't post a pic on my profile I will sanction your nukes 03/20/2015 on Starving North Korean 0
#28 - haha never seen him rage quit before  [+] (1 new reply) 03/12/2015 on (untitled) 0
User avatar #32 - ScottMJfan (03/12/2015) [-]
This was like, waaaay back. I think it was like early 2012 late 2011. He was streaming a game and some Slardar bashed him like 4 or 5 times in a row and he died, hence the rage.
#21 - how old is that siongsong gif  [+] (3 new replies) 03/12/2015 on (untitled) 0
#22 - ScottMJfan (03/12/2015) [-]
I'd say at least 2 years.

It's been a while since he's had his hair like that, and I'm pretty sure he's wearing a headset that says "QPAD."

Not entirely sure, though.

I have more though. Always more singsong.
User avatar #28 - pedokuma (03/12/2015) [-]
haha never seen him rage quit before
User avatar #32 - ScottMJfan (03/12/2015) [-]
This was like, waaaay back. I think it was like early 2012 late 2011. He was streaming a game and some Slardar bashed him like 4 or 5 times in a row and he died, hence the rage.
#20 - In my kids, the first them sexually adopted to abused gays.  [+] (1 new reply) 03/12/2015 on (untitled) +3
User avatar #23 - hypex (03/12/2015) [-]
in my adopted, the first sexually to them abused gays.
#55 - Sounds like a win win for them if you ask me 03/11/2015 on Damn +6
#24 - thanks dude, this **** is funny 03/10/2015 on tfw 0
#22 - Where is that from?  [+] (2 new replies) 03/10/2015 on tfw 0
User avatar #23 - theroflcer (03/10/2015) [-]
Zai x 10
User avatar #24 - pedokuma (03/10/2015) [-]
thanks dude, this shit is funny
#63 - it's called getting old.  [+] (1 new reply) 03/10/2015 on Probably Both 0
User avatar #65 - moriorinvictus (03/10/2015) [-]
I thought so too at first except ive noticed people tend to be like, happy in general, or at least carefree publicly. Im just bitter about everything and i find it hard to be happy. Not depression either, just lack of happy.
#134 - It was an exaggeration. The other guy mentioned 2 sea…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/08/2015 on Onepunch-man anime green-lit -1
User avatar #158 - fiveblackmen (03/09/2015) [-]
Generally speaking, non-shounen jump anime don't go for 50 episodes a season. In those situations they aren't really seasons rather they just release episodes every week except for holidays like Bleach and One Piece. Typically an anime that is released in seasons is similar to an American show in which a season is either around 10-13 episodes or 20-24 episodes but sometimes these numbers may be a little higher or lower than what I stated. In this situation, 2 seasons would only be up to about 50 episodes. At this point in time, there are only 99 full chapters of the original Onepunch-man manga, and chapters are not release weekly like shounen jump manga, which really won't last long unless they pump it full of filler. Usually there is also at least a month gap between when each new chapter comes out so, once it catches up, they will either have to load up the filler or stop making it. The difference between this and Gintama is that Gintama is a shounen jump manga that continues to produce new chapters almost every week so they constantly have fresh material coming in but even with the constant stream of material, a typical anime episode consists of more than a single manga chapter so it eventually catches up to the manga and when it does they start with the filler. Most shounen jump based anime that has been running for a few years is riddled with filler that, imho, detracts from the show because of its lazy writing and irrelevance to the story as a whole. So no, they wouldn't be able to make anywhere near 500 episodes. They would probably get about 60-70 filler free episodes which could last either about 3 seasons or, if they go with the shounen jump way of releasing episodes, about a year and a half.
#190 - ************ kizumonogatari release date isn't even rel… 03/08/2015 on 5 Anime you should probably... +1

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