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#339 - It was either to send him to hell, or turn his soul gay  [+] (1 new reply) 09/27/2014 on Gay Signs +1
#342 - zielscheibe (09/27/2014) [-]
What an idea
#337 - Didn't the satanists do some kind of ritual to send Fred Phelp…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/27/2014 on Gay Signs 0
User avatar #338 - zielscheibe (09/27/2014) [-]
i dont know man , but i am kind of interested in that sory now
#339 - phoenixactual (09/27/2014) [-]
It was either to send him to hell, or turn his soul gay
#342 - zielscheibe (09/27/2014) [-]
What an idea
#336 - For a second I thought one of the skeletons from that library … 09/27/2014 on Gay Signs 0
#335 - See that? You got the right idea, right there. 09/27/2014 on Gay Signs 0
#333 - And that girl had it exactly right. They only hate lesbians b…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/27/2014 on Gay Signs 0
User avatar #377 - theoneaboveall (09/27/2014) [-]
I'm pretty sure a homophobic pimp can prove you wrong.
#382 - phoenixactual (09/27/2014) [-]
If he's a pimp, I extremely highly doubt he's a conservative christian.
#384 - theoneaboveall (09/28/2014) [-]
Where in my sentence did I say he was a christian. I hope you realize that people don't have to be Christians or religious to be homophobic.
#385 - phoenixactual (09/28/2014) [-]
Except pretty much all of those signs on the comp are specifically christians, and most people who oppose gay rights are right wing christians. You don't usually see many homophobic people pushing for laws against being gay who aren't right wing christians. Most don't give a shit unless it affects them directly.
User avatar #386 - theoneaboveall (09/28/2014) [-]
Except nowhere in my comment did I ever mentioned the pimp was a chistian.
Again I count you as retarded because you would've known Christians aren't pimps at all matter of fact they go to the other side. You said they hate lesbians because we get more pussy.
Homophobic = hates gays
pimp= could get as much pussy as he wants
The pimp can prove you wrong since he would still hate lesbians and get more pussy.
Get where I am going with this, it's not that hard mate.
#315 - I work 40+ hours a week, and I only make enough to survive. Y…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/27/2014 on Stop Being Poor +1
User avatar #326 - dorfdorfdorf (09/27/2014) [-]
If your taxes were lower, could you make it easier?

Then his argument isn't horseshit, fuckface.
#374 - phoenixactual (09/27/2014) [-]
Keep a minimal military presence on other continents, purely to act as reactionary forces, and make an effort to improve our nation's image globally. Provide better funding to the education system as a whole, further that in scientific education to give people incentives to study for careers that would lead to the betterment of the country. And all of this can be done without raising the prices of necessary services and goods that people need to survive. While we're at it, make it illegal for members of the government to keep ties to large businesses, these ties give them reason to keep the power differences as is, and provides no incentive to help the people they "serve"
#373 - phoenixactual (09/27/2014) [-]
The argument I was referring to was "And the way to stop being poor is to work". As for provided health care, I think the countries with government sponsored healthcare would disagree that it ruins the working class. Want to have a reason to reduce taxes? Cut down military spending to just the absolute essential equipment, stop conducting new multi-billion dollar searches for new fucking uniforms when one that's already in place in Afghanistan is proven to be effective, stop forcing the military to buy equipment they flat out say they don't need, so on and so forth. Cut back on government official paychecks, tax religious organizations, stop making taxes almost nothing for the wealthy, make it so my taxes don't end up making me make the same amount for 45 hours as I would get for 40, and increase the minimum wage. At the same time, kill the entire nuclear weapons program, dispose of all nukes properly, preferably by finding some way to change weapons grade back to reactor grade material, if possible, then reduce fossil fuel dependency. If we don't need coal, then we don't need to spend the money to buy it, reducing energy costs. If the cost of producing the energy is low, then the cost of the energy itself will reduce. Make healthcare affordable, further restrict the ability of companies to refuse people based on previous conditions, and legalize certain harmless substances. Once that's out of the way, free anybody in the prison system due to marijuana related offenses, and reduce the sentences of those with others by the years attributed to each pot offense. Reduce prison spending, which cuts even more out of the taxes, then cut back on police funding, restricting them from the military grade hardware they currently think they need. At the same time, put restrictions on political parties using taxpayer dollars to fund smear campaigns against their enemies, and slowly withdraw our military from most bases outside the US.
#48 - ^the popcorn kernel... So you like eating popcorn, do ya? 09/27/2014 on 10 Neat Chemistry and... 0
#14 - Loving all the attention to the big island it's mine, by… 09/27/2014 on If mars had water +1
#13 - The ocean would be a bit more uniformly distibuted without the… 09/27/2014 on If mars had water 0
#44 - Girl gets falsely committed so dad can get inheritance, to sur…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/20/2014 on my first content. +1
User avatar #48 - faguette (09/20/2014) [-]
she manages to help somebody else escape but she gets lobotomized in the end
#21 - And here's the problem with that. It operates on the assumpti… 09/20/2014 on SETI +1
#19 - I'm just going to say this, but in order to have any hope for …  [+] (1 new reply) 09/20/2014 on SETI +1
User avatar #20 - solarisofcelestia (09/20/2014) [-]
OK.
#16 - Humanity is already changing. Even if it's an intellectual ev… 09/20/2014 on SETI +1
#15 - Many of ther scientists that split the atom were doing so not …  [+] (4 new replies) 09/20/2014 on SETI +1
#18 - solarisofcelestia (09/20/2014) [-]
The beings that invent the new technology of their civilization might not be the ones in charge. It is conceivable that those working for technological innovation are doing so in subordination to a higher authority within their society. Scientists might not be the law-makers, it already is that way here on Earth. Furthermore, western civilization is threatened (to varying degrees) by religious fanatics such as ISIS. They use weapons, but they did not invent those weapons. They seek to understand weapons in order to use them against their enemies, not for intrinsic curiosity of the physics behind them. If they dominated the world they would enforce dogma on humanity, stating humanity is above all other life, and they are entitled to all things in the universe. They would take an exceedingly long time to advance technologically under that regime. But eventually they could seek out more beyond this world. I doubt they would have the tolerance for others as did the federation from Star Trek. It is thus imaginable that an alien civilization could come into existence and use technology as a tool entirely for its own benefit and at the cost to others.
#21 - phoenixactual (09/20/2014) [-]
And here's the problem with that. It operates on the assumption that the inventors have no free will whatsoever, despite the fact that an inventive mind capable of amazing things is kinda the prerequisite for great invention. If they're being used like that, they would likely rebel. History shows us this on our own world. It happens pretty constantly.
#19 - phoenixactual (09/20/2014) [-]
I'm just going to say this, but in order to have any hope for our own future, we need to be able to assume that any advanced civilization beyond us would be peaceful. As I stated in my post, what we apply to our ideas of advanced civilizations is what we see for ourselves, whether we realize it or not. This is the sole reason I maintain hope that an advanced civilization would be peaceful, not just from slim hopes of the unknown, but because it is my hope for our own species.
User avatar #20 - solarisofcelestia (09/20/2014) [-]
OK.
#13 - Technology isn't discovered, it's invented. That being said, …  [+] (1 new reply) 09/20/2014 on SETI +1
User avatar #17 - leadstriker (09/20/2014) [-]
it's possible that aliens could be peace loving hippies, but i just don't think it's the rule or the standard. I just don't see any evidence.
also i have to strongly disagree with you about " Most wars, yes, have been fought over religious beliefs"
religious beliefs are mostly used for propaganda value, just like communism, capitalism, or w/e people believe in. Most wars were fought over economics and power.
as in example, hitler used the jews to unite people to form a very bonded society. Just like today in the USA we use muslims to unite large diverse amounts of people.
maybe communists in the cold era, like free speech is ok unless you're a commie.
and russia use capitalism to unite it's people.
maybe groups like ISIS use religion to unite it's fighters.
Do you think mongols in the 13th century conquered land for power or religion?
do you think japs conquered land for land or religion?
A lot of wars in south america
a lot of wars in europe, such as WW1, had nothing to do with religion for cause.
I think you should study more about the world history instead of just some highschool because A ->B happens bullshit that's so stream lined, it's almost false representation of the events it self.
#10 - If they mastered interstellar travel, then, unless they were a…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/20/2014 on SETI +1
User avatar #11 - leadstriker (09/20/2014) [-]
there is no evidence to support the fact, prior to discovery of a technology, they would "end to cultural wars "
and also most wars we have today aren't really cultural wars. It's mostly influenced by economics.
#13 - phoenixactual (09/20/2014) [-]
Technology isn't discovered, it's invented. That being said, developing the tech to commit to interstellar travel implies that the species had an extremely advanced understanding of physics. Not trying to sound like a neckbeard, here, but you have to admit, most of the violence over the past 6000 years can be almost directly attributed to cultural or religious differences. Most wars, yes, have been fought over religious beliefs. That and good old fashioned imperialism. Hitler, for example, launched his campaigns to take out all the jews in Europe, which, of course, led down the path of events leading to full on World War II. For us, developing the tech we have today was born of coming out of cultural dark ages. We're still on a new path of enlightenment to this day. Hell, the only way anybody can picture us expanding out to new planets as a civilization is through full global cooperation.Which means putting a near total end to cultural wars once and for all. Is it so hard to believe an advanced species would do the same? That it would take their own age of enlightenment to expand outwards themselves? Why must we always assume anything smarter than us is automatically out to get us?
User avatar #17 - leadstriker (09/20/2014) [-]
it's possible that aliens could be peace loving hippies, but i just don't think it's the rule or the standard. I just don't see any evidence.
also i have to strongly disagree with you about " Most wars, yes, have been fought over religious beliefs"
religious beliefs are mostly used for propaganda value, just like communism, capitalism, or w/e people believe in. Most wars were fought over economics and power.
as in example, hitler used the jews to unite people to form a very bonded society. Just like today in the USA we use muslims to unite large diverse amounts of people.
maybe communists in the cold era, like free speech is ok unless you're a commie.
and russia use capitalism to unite it's people.
maybe groups like ISIS use religion to unite it's fighters.
Do you think mongols in the 13th century conquered land for power or religion?
do you think japs conquered land for land or religion?
A lot of wars in south america
a lot of wars in europe, such as WW1, had nothing to do with religion for cause.
I think you should study more about the world history instead of just some highschool because A ->B happens bullshit that's so stream lined, it's almost false representation of the events it self.
#9 - I see, in your post, someone who honestly believes our species…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/20/2014 on SETI +1
User avatar #14 - ganjalf (09/20/2014) [-]
First of all, if you believe that I think humanity will devolve you don't get the main point of my argument, which is that humanity will never change. We have been violent since before we could write.
We killed our own brothers, either for food or for glory it didn't matter. And our technology never changed that. We killed, with sticks or guns.

The progress of which you talk about, i don't know what it is. Europe has been at peace for only 70 years, 50 of these becuase of the nuclear threat of the soviet union (also there was a war in the balkans so not even 70 years of peace)
Africa, middle east and Asia are ridden by war even today.
This is becuase technology doesn't mean progress. And if what is true for us can be even remotely apllied to ET too, then we are screwed.
#16 - phoenixactual (09/20/2014) [-]
Humanity is already changing. Even if it's an intellectual evolution, it's happening. You're argument that it's just human nature, it'll never change, is the same reason the governments of the world gave for continuing their respective nuclear programs. It's just our nature, there's nothing we can do about it. But we're capable of recognizing that there's a problem. If you can recognize it, you can fix it.
#6 - The moon landings were nothing more than an effort to show off…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/20/2014 on SETI +1
User avatar #7 - ganjalf (09/20/2014) [-]
Yeah, cool. It was also the biggest technological achievement in over 2000 years, but that didn't stop us from killing eachother.
#5 - Sentient computers, not unlike the Borg, or Cybermen? Not par…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/20/2014 on SETI +1
#12 - solarisofcelestia (09/20/2014) [-]
That other guy, leadstriker, made a good point. Scientific advancement isn't the same as moral advancement. We've had crime, war, and hatred in the past. We still have it today. We'll likely see it still in the future, even say, 1000 years from now. Assuming there isn't a drastic change to the human race i.e. mass extinction from war or disease.
I would site this page as an example: tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/ScaryDogmaticAliens
Specifically the part about Aliens as Religious Fundamentalists. Even today, with all our scientific and technology, we have groups of people violently seeking global supremacy of their ancient religion. It isn't inconceivable that an older ideology could still linger in a society, and said ideology could be harmful to outsiders. If a society put into place social restrictions against opposition to their beliefs then over generations all opposition would be snuffed out. It might have been obtained through social institutions, genetic modification, or technological means. But it is possible, a society with such control over its people could come into existence. We only need look at history books to find examples. In such a civilization all outsiders are viewed as wrong or flawed, and in need of correction. They would seek to change us to suit their needs, all that they can't control would be destroyed.
#15 - phoenixactual (09/20/2014) [-]
Many of ther scientists that split the atom were doing so not for a new weapon, but for a new energy source. They were pushed into the nuclear weapons program by those in power. Many of those that designed the rockets that would deliver nuclear death did so in an attempt to put man into space. ICBMs were just an unfortunate side of this. Some of the most brilliant men of the past century were extremely outspoken oponents to confrontation, preferring instead to do what they did in the name of discovery. What other point would events leading to interstellar travel have other than the quest for knowledge? The ability to launch into deep space doesn't give you an advantage over your enemies. If they wished to change us, it would be an effort to show us that violence isn't a solution. Say what you want about the movie version, but Contact as a book was also intended to send a message. The aliens had discovered the hitler broadcast, and they saw a world that was in danger of destroying itself. If they want to change us, it would be something along those lines, not an effort to say, as many religious people do, "change your faith or die."
#18 - solarisofcelestia (09/20/2014) [-]
The beings that invent the new technology of their civilization might not be the ones in charge. It is conceivable that those working for technological innovation are doing so in subordination to a higher authority within their society. Scientists might not be the law-makers, it already is that way here on Earth. Furthermore, western civilization is threatened (to varying degrees) by religious fanatics such as ISIS. They use weapons, but they did not invent those weapons. They seek to understand weapons in order to use them against their enemies, not for intrinsic curiosity of the physics behind them. If they dominated the world they would enforce dogma on humanity, stating humanity is above all other life, and they are entitled to all things in the universe. They would take an exceedingly long time to advance technologically under that regime. But eventually they could seek out more beyond this world. I doubt they would have the tolerance for others as did the federation from Star Trek. It is thus imaginable that an alien civilization could come into existence and use technology as a tool entirely for its own benefit and at the cost to others.
#21 - phoenixactual (09/20/2014) [-]
And here's the problem with that. It operates on the assumption that the inventors have no free will whatsoever, despite the fact that an inventive mind capable of amazing things is kinda the prerequisite for great invention. If they're being used like that, they would likely rebel. History shows us this on our own world. It happens pretty constantly.
#19 - phoenixactual (09/20/2014) [-]
I'm just going to say this, but in order to have any hope for our own future, we need to be able to assume that any advanced civilization beyond us would be peaceful. As I stated in my post, what we apply to our ideas of advanced civilizations is what we see for ourselves, whether we realize it or not. This is the sole reason I maintain hope that an advanced civilization would be peaceful, not just from slim hopes of the unknown, but because it is my hope for our own species.
User avatar #20 - solarisofcelestia (09/20/2014) [-]
OK.
#3 - It's taken us thousands of years of development from the birth…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/20/2014 on SETI +1
User avatar #8 - leadstriker (09/20/2014) [-]
meh, thousand years ago someone probably said the same things as you did.
"we're practically at world peace these days" really? man just look around you. I'm quite pessimistic about the future, but i haven't really lost hope, yet. It does seem to me that our species are quite possible coming to an end. Yet, doing nothing, and just accepting your faith puts you in the same ranks as the Dinasours who also were not able to do much upon their impending doom.
You could I guess argue that, a more civilized species would not destroy their host planet before their interstellar travels. But i would say the universe too big and harbor a lot of life forms that there is a possibility that some species have mastered interstellar travel before they fucked up or something through some means of oddity or different variable.
#10 - phoenixactual (09/20/2014) [-]
If they mastered interstellar travel, then, unless they were a species with absolutely no cultural differences amongst themselves whatsoever, they likely found an end to cultural wars prior to doing so.
User avatar #11 - leadstriker (09/20/2014) [-]
there is no evidence to support the fact, prior to discovery of a technology, they would "end to cultural wars "
and also most wars we have today aren't really cultural wars. It's mostly influenced by economics.
#13 - phoenixactual (09/20/2014) [-]
Technology isn't discovered, it's invented. That being said, developing the tech to commit to interstellar travel implies that the species had an extremely advanced understanding of physics. Not trying to sound like a neckbeard, here, but you have to admit, most of the violence over the past 6000 years can be almost directly attributed to cultural or religious differences. Most wars, yes, have been fought over religious beliefs. That and good old fashioned imperialism. Hitler, for example, launched his campaigns to take out all the jews in Europe, which, of course, led down the path of events leading to full on World War II. For us, developing the tech we have today was born of coming out of cultural dark ages. We're still on a new path of enlightenment to this day. Hell, the only way anybody can picture us expanding out to new planets as a civilization is through full global cooperation.Which means putting a near total end to cultural wars once and for all. Is it so hard to believe an advanced species would do the same? That it would take their own age of enlightenment to expand outwards themselves? Why must we always assume anything smarter than us is automatically out to get us?
User avatar #17 - leadstriker (09/20/2014) [-]
it's possible that aliens could be peace loving hippies, but i just don't think it's the rule or the standard. I just don't see any evidence.
also i have to strongly disagree with you about " Most wars, yes, have been fought over religious beliefs"
religious beliefs are mostly used for propaganda value, just like communism, capitalism, or w/e people believe in. Most wars were fought over economics and power.
as in example, hitler used the jews to unite people to form a very bonded society. Just like today in the USA we use muslims to unite large diverse amounts of people.
maybe communists in the cold era, like free speech is ok unless you're a commie.
and russia use capitalism to unite it's people.
maybe groups like ISIS use religion to unite it's fighters.
Do you think mongols in the 13th century conquered land for power or religion?
do you think japs conquered land for land or religion?
A lot of wars in south america
a lot of wars in europe, such as WW1, had nothing to do with religion for cause.
I think you should study more about the world history instead of just some highschool because A ->B happens bullshit that's so stream lined, it's almost false representation of the events it self.
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#14 - greedtheavaricious (07/28/2014) [-]
You are not really considering suicide, are you?
User avatar #13 - redwrench (07/28/2014) [-]
Queen-Don't Try Suicide
User avatar #12 - psychadelicace (06/25/2014) [-]
soooooooo...what did you post that got you banned?
User avatar #11 - bruinslover ONLINE (06/24/2014) [-]
never knew you like to post shemales....subscribing.
User avatar #7 - youmotherfather (02/19/2014) [-]
Don't do it tho. Don't kill yourself. Don't even think about it.
#8 to #7 - phoenixactual (02/19/2014) [-]
No plans to
User avatar #9 to #8 - youmotherfather (02/19/2014) [-]
Ok, good to hear.
User avatar #6 - funnymidget (02/08/2014) [-]
:Hey, I seen you havin a Bad day. Don't be feeling down fr losin your job man. It's all gon' be good. Currently, I'm going through something that I have no Idea how to handle. I'm not able to see me son, and I've bee going thru so much stress with the drama. But lets not make this about me. You have a probably beautiful girlfriend, who loves you more than anything, and though you may have autsim, you strike me as a good guy. Trust me, suicide isn't worth it. It's just a Permant Solution to a temporary problem. I had a friend about 3 years ago kill himself because people bullied him for the way her looked. He was one of my only friends, and I was just devastated. Trust me, you taking your own life will hurt more people than it will help. For the sake of those who love you, and for your own sake, please, Just keep your mindset on the positive things in life. Though there may not be many, just focus on the few that are. It'll all be worth it in theend when you have a gril at your right, a child on yourleft, and you can call yourself a family.
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#1 - xxxsonic fanxxx (07/15/2013) [-]
Hows the transition going?
#2 to #1 - phoenixactual (07/16/2013) [-]
it's going fairly well, 6 months in, somewhat surprising changes for this short of time
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