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#12 - source?  [+] (4 new replies) 12/25/2013 on Brienne So Sassy -3
User avatar #23 - ithyphallophobia (12/25/2013) [-]
that line is originally from Aliens I think.
User avatar #14 - kschmidty (12/25/2013) [-]
Game of Thrones
#13 - colincub (12/25/2013) [-]
Its called "Leisurely activity of chair made for monarchs!"
#30 - Womens Study Major (12/25/2013) [-]
you sir, win!
#7 - source of gif?  [+] (1 new reply) 12/20/2013 on Biological Weapons +1
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#62 - Welcome my brother. 12/02/2013 on (titles) 0
#1162 - retarded unicorn showdown... 12/02/2013 on Mine's Maximum Thong Assault 0
#35 - Picture 11/28/2013 on Silk 0
#115 - gta 5 will come eventually, its pretty much confirmed for earl… 11/27/2013 on In The End, We Fight Together -3
#41 - All remakes or sequels. The epitome of originality. 11/25/2013 on dis guna b gud 0
#109 - cause pokemon isn't for little girls. 11/14/2013 on Pokemon should really exist -2
#23 - source?  [+] (1 new reply) 11/09/2013 on weeaboos in a nutshell 0
User avatar #42 - turtlespear (11/10/2013) [-]
kiniro mosaic
#19 - Megaman Holding a 3ds Why did you remind me of th… 10/22/2013 on Fun little Easter Eggs 0
#51 - Really cause running this huge website and paying for servers … 10/21/2013 on You have every right to be... -1
#378 - LOL I am the dark knight wtf? So am an evil batman? 10/21/2013 on name yourself bros.. 0
#39 - its sound good and all but then you realize how stupid most of…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/14/2013 on Such brain 0
#40 - presentdent (10/14/2013) [-]
But think how much more stupid they could be!
#43 - senorfrog (10/14/2013) [-]
#10 - This is why I don't want to go to one of these.  [+] (1 new reply) 10/11/2013 on Convention People 0
#12 - jabzilla (10/11/2013) [-]
actually conventions are pretty fun to go you meet lots of people and see some awesome stuff. even though you always end up paying way too much for it all you still wind up realizing it was worth every penny. I go to animefest in dallas tx every year and always enjoy it. theres something you will like there. you just gotta find it.
#63 - How the **** is emails and phone records public d… 10/09/2013 on Pretty Much 0
#43 - The NSA only has access to public info? where have you been? T…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/09/2013 on Pretty Much 0
User avatar #55 - pokemonstheshiz (10/09/2013) [-]
that's all relatively public data. You put it out there, and it's stored. And outside of the internet, I have yet to hear of one person who has had any actual trouble from the NSA.

That's bullshit. www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/html/permits/gun_licensing_faq.shtml#WhatDoIDoToPurchaseNewHandgun
It's a tad expensive, but you can get a firearm for your home.

You have the right to assemble any place that you're allowed in. It can be a private residence, a public place, the ocean, whatever. Provided that each person is allowed to be there, there is nothing restricting what you can do. These people weren't going to a meeting, they were going somewhere that's closed. Even if it's a "public place," it can be closed for safety or monetary reasons. You can be arrested for trespassing in a public park at night. Public just means anyone can go there during hours of operation, and that it's maintained by government funds. Not that you can do what you please when you please there. There are rules.

It's at least Espionage, treason may be too harsh a term and hard to convict upon. But that's for a jury to decide, and you nor I are likely to be on that if it ever happens.

I do research, it's called an opinion. Facts can be interpreted in different ways, and since this is the internet, most "facts" are questionable.

"I won't vote 3rd party because 3rd party can't win." That's the exact circular mentality that prevents 3rd party opinions from entering the playing field. Gary Johnson is party of the Libertarian party, and he's a governor, and he did pretty well. It might not be a lot, but it's a start to some actual political changes.
#63 - rupok (10/09/2013) [-]
How the fuck is emails and phone records public data? Just because it goes out into a wire doesn't mean its public, that would mean all government data, business data is all public.

Just because you haven't had problems with the NSA doesn't mean people won't in the future, you know the people getting tired of the govt shit and decide to speak up? What will prevent the NSA from releasing some scandalous things about people or targeting specific people just because they can? The laws governing them are extremely flimsy. It has been proved throughout history that ALL government will abuse their power if they have it.

What part of that link proved me wrong? In NY and NJ the getting a license is so long and winded that its completely made so people are discouraged from getting anything, furthermore it is "may issue" meaning the police dept decides if u can own one solely based on opinion. They will give you one if you are a private investigator, police officer and the like, not for personal defense. If I tell you that you can have something but you need to eat shit before I may decide to give it to you, that is effectively me saying I won't give it to you.

So whats your point exactly? We still have the right to assemble and protest, who decided that national parks and memorials can be shut down at the whim of the government cause they can't have tour guides? Those are for the people, not private property of the government. The reason national parks were made in the first place is for recreation for people and the memorials to honor fallen comrades. The fact that people who fought side by side in war cannot go and see their friends who died is utterly wrong. If that doesn't seem like its unjust idk what to tell you, unjust laws should not be followed.

Last i checked opinion doesn't count as research.

Who said I didn't vote 3rd party? I am saying that in many states there is not enough 3rd party candidates and they can't raise enough awareness. Money wins elections.
#35 - Who exactly is violation bill of rights? Lets see the NSA spyi…  [+] (5 new replies) 10/09/2013 on Pretty Much +1
User avatar #39 - pokemonstheshiz (10/09/2013) [-]
having an argument with me and thumbing me down? It's that kind of mindset that makes congress not able to do anything productive.
User avatar #38 - pokemonstheshiz (10/09/2013) [-]
NSA uses information that is already available to the public, they just keep record of it. Not illlegal by definition. If they have a reasonable suspicion of you, they can delve deeper, but it's not like they come into your house and go through your stuff. That's what the 4th amendment is about, not to protect the comments you leave on the internet.

Gun laws that are even being considered to pass don't violate the amendment, they prevent certain guns/ bullets from being sold. That's not nearly the same as banning firearms.

That's not violating freedom of assembly. They are free to assemble, just not on property that is closed. You can go hang out at the local deli everyday, but if the deli shuts down that doesn't give you permission to still go there. I know, it's a "public place" but it's maintained with public funds and if it's not receiving those funds it can't stay open.

Freedom of the press isn't what's being violated here, what he revealed about military operations put lives in danger and was technically treason. It may have been a bit of an overreaction on the government's part, but one white knight deed doesn't override his crime.

Well the trick there is to convince Congress to alter their protege's pay, via a legitimate vote or adding another amendment that changes the 27th. I agree that they're being paid more than they deserve, but it's hard to change that. Maybe we should focus on getting decent representatives for our states, or electing a 3rd party candidate for that slot (or even president.) If you want to change things, don't complain about them on the internet. Promote things, not critique things. That's what gets attention, that's what makes people agree with you.
#43 - rupok (10/09/2013) [-]
The NSA only has access to public info? where have you been? They are confirmed to record all emails, your phone records, your internet data history, your social networking data. What is reasonable suspicion? They have the info, and the things that class a terrorist or criminal are extremely flimsy.

Really? Cause in New Jersey and New York where I live around you can't even get a pistol unless you are a security guard or police officer. That is effectively banning fire arms.

You are extremely wrong. First of all A memorial is not private property, national parks are not private property so these places should not be closed in the first place. Furthermore it doesn't even matter, if what you are saying mattered during freedom of assembly then you people couldn't use any civil disobedience/non violent protesting. The first amendment doesn't say, Freedom to assemble but on "open places". You have the right to assemble in any public place.

You are wrong, there has been no evidence that any lives were put in danger. He is basically guilty before being proven guilty. Whistleblowing is not treason and what bradley manning/ edward snowden was not treason. Whats treason is the many war crimes being commited by our government officials and their break of oath to protect the constitution.


You seem to be terrible misinformed so I don't feel like wasting my time arguing, go online and actually research before replying. I am pretty sure you will argue otherwise but whatever.

Btw many states don't even have alternative representatives. And there is no way in hell they will get elected because money rules the election process. It is corrupt and those who sell their souls to third parties are the ones that win. Who is gonna run for election when they can't even pay their own bills, or have any free time to do anything?
User avatar #55 - pokemonstheshiz (10/09/2013) [-]
that's all relatively public data. You put it out there, and it's stored. And outside of the internet, I have yet to hear of one person who has had any actual trouble from the NSA.

That's bullshit. www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/html/permits/gun_licensing_faq.shtml#WhatDoIDoToPurchaseNewHandgun
It's a tad expensive, but you can get a firearm for your home.

You have the right to assemble any place that you're allowed in. It can be a private residence, a public place, the ocean, whatever. Provided that each person is allowed to be there, there is nothing restricting what you can do. These people weren't going to a meeting, they were going somewhere that's closed. Even if it's a "public place," it can be closed for safety or monetary reasons. You can be arrested for trespassing in a public park at night. Public just means anyone can go there during hours of operation, and that it's maintained by government funds. Not that you can do what you please when you please there. There are rules.

It's at least Espionage, treason may be too harsh a term and hard to convict upon. But that's for a jury to decide, and you nor I are likely to be on that if it ever happens.

I do research, it's called an opinion. Facts can be interpreted in different ways, and since this is the internet, most "facts" are questionable.

"I won't vote 3rd party because 3rd party can't win." That's the exact circular mentality that prevents 3rd party opinions from entering the playing field. Gary Johnson is party of the Libertarian party, and he's a governor, and he did pretty well. It might not be a lot, but it's a start to some actual political changes.
#63 - rupok (10/09/2013) [-]
How the fuck is emails and phone records public data? Just because it goes out into a wire doesn't mean its public, that would mean all government data, business data is all public.

Just because you haven't had problems with the NSA doesn't mean people won't in the future, you know the people getting tired of the govt shit and decide to speak up? What will prevent the NSA from releasing some scandalous things about people or targeting specific people just because they can? The laws governing them are extremely flimsy. It has been proved throughout history that ALL government will abuse their power if they have it.

What part of that link proved me wrong? In NY and NJ the getting a license is so long and winded that its completely made so people are discouraged from getting anything, furthermore it is "may issue" meaning the police dept decides if u can own one solely based on opinion. They will give you one if you are a private investigator, police officer and the like, not for personal defense. If I tell you that you can have something but you need to eat shit before I may decide to give it to you, that is effectively me saying I won't give it to you.

So whats your point exactly? We still have the right to assemble and protest, who decided that national parks and memorials can be shut down at the whim of the government cause they can't have tour guides? Those are for the people, not private property of the government. The reason national parks were made in the first place is for recreation for people and the memorials to honor fallen comrades. The fact that people who fought side by side in war cannot go and see their friends who died is utterly wrong. If that doesn't seem like its unjust idk what to tell you, unjust laws should not be followed.

Last i checked opinion doesn't count as research.

Who said I didn't vote 3rd party? I am saying that in many states there is not enough 3rd party candidates and they can't raise enough awareness. Money wins elections.
#33 - Because the ******* bill of rights are being viol…  [+] (7 new replies) 10/09/2013 on Pretty Much +1
User avatar #34 - pokemonstheshiz (10/09/2013) [-]
who exactly is violating the bill of rights? And just because they are much older than other amendments doesn't make them less important or easily changeable. The only amendment that was "altered" was the 18th, which was repealed by the 21st.

And "common sense" has no place in legal issues. What you view as common sense might not be the same to someone else, and vice versa. That's why we have laws, that's why we have a Constitution. So people can't just make up their own stuff and punish you for it, among other things.

In short, this is just because it suits your beliefs, not because it follows the Constitution. If someone wanted to ban guns or mandate Christianity or something, would you base that solely on your opinion or would you use the Constitution to make your decision? Some people change that choice based on the decision, but that's the problem. The Constitution is not there for you to just use as a reference in some arguments, but ignore in others.
#35 - rupok (10/09/2013) [-]
Who exactly is violation bill of rights? Lets see the NSA spying is violating privacy, the gun laws they are trying to enact is violating the the 2nd amendment, we continue to lose more freedom of speech every day, the right to assemble is being violated as military men are being arrested cause they can't visit the viatnam memorial so their protest against it are apparently unlawful. Losing freedom of press as whistleblowers are being sent running without the US govt providing ANY evidence that their revelations caused harm to US security interests. I could go on and on.

Alright lets says we can't alter their pay, but why can't we alter their benefits? like healthcare that costs millions and their big retirement benefits that they don't deserve?
User avatar #39 - pokemonstheshiz (10/09/2013) [-]
having an argument with me and thumbing me down? It's that kind of mindset that makes congress not able to do anything productive.
User avatar #38 - pokemonstheshiz (10/09/2013) [-]
NSA uses information that is already available to the public, they just keep record of it. Not illlegal by definition. If they have a reasonable suspicion of you, they can delve deeper, but it's not like they come into your house and go through your stuff. That's what the 4th amendment is about, not to protect the comments you leave on the internet.

Gun laws that are even being considered to pass don't violate the amendment, they prevent certain guns/ bullets from being sold. That's not nearly the same as banning firearms.

That's not violating freedom of assembly. They are free to assemble, just not on property that is closed. You can go hang out at the local deli everyday, but if the deli shuts down that doesn't give you permission to still go there. I know, it's a "public place" but it's maintained with public funds and if it's not receiving those funds it can't stay open.

Freedom of the press isn't what's being violated here, what he revealed about military operations put lives in danger and was technically treason. It may have been a bit of an overreaction on the government's part, but one white knight deed doesn't override his crime.

Well the trick there is to convince Congress to alter their protege's pay, via a legitimate vote or adding another amendment that changes the 27th. I agree that they're being paid more than they deserve, but it's hard to change that. Maybe we should focus on getting decent representatives for our states, or electing a 3rd party candidate for that slot (or even president.) If you want to change things, don't complain about them on the internet. Promote things, not critique things. That's what gets attention, that's what makes people agree with you.
#43 - rupok (10/09/2013) [-]
The NSA only has access to public info? where have you been? They are confirmed to record all emails, your phone records, your internet data history, your social networking data. What is reasonable suspicion? They have the info, and the things that class a terrorist or criminal are extremely flimsy.

Really? Cause in New Jersey and New York where I live around you can't even get a pistol unless you are a security guard or police officer. That is effectively banning fire arms.

You are extremely wrong. First of all A memorial is not private property, national parks are not private property so these places should not be closed in the first place. Furthermore it doesn't even matter, if what you are saying mattered during freedom of assembly then you people couldn't use any civil disobedience/non violent protesting. The first amendment doesn't say, Freedom to assemble but on "open places". You have the right to assemble in any public place.

You are wrong, there has been no evidence that any lives were put in danger. He is basically guilty before being proven guilty. Whistleblowing is not treason and what bradley manning/ edward snowden was not treason. Whats treason is the many war crimes being commited by our government officials and their break of oath to protect the constitution.


You seem to be terrible misinformed so I don't feel like wasting my time arguing, go online and actually research before replying. I am pretty sure you will argue otherwise but whatever.

Btw many states don't even have alternative representatives. And there is no way in hell they will get elected because money rules the election process. It is corrupt and those who sell their souls to third parties are the ones that win. Who is gonna run for election when they can't even pay their own bills, or have any free time to do anything?
User avatar #55 - pokemonstheshiz (10/09/2013) [-]
that's all relatively public data. You put it out there, and it's stored. And outside of the internet, I have yet to hear of one person who has had any actual trouble from the NSA.

That's bullshit. www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/html/permits/gun_licensing_faq.shtml#WhatDoIDoToPurchaseNewHandgun
It's a tad expensive, but you can get a firearm for your home.

You have the right to assemble any place that you're allowed in. It can be a private residence, a public place, the ocean, whatever. Provided that each person is allowed to be there, there is nothing restricting what you can do. These people weren't going to a meeting, they were going somewhere that's closed. Even if it's a "public place," it can be closed for safety or monetary reasons. You can be arrested for trespassing in a public park at night. Public just means anyone can go there during hours of operation, and that it's maintained by government funds. Not that you can do what you please when you please there. There are rules.

It's at least Espionage, treason may be too harsh a term and hard to convict upon. But that's for a jury to decide, and you nor I are likely to be on that if it ever happens.

I do research, it's called an opinion. Facts can be interpreted in different ways, and since this is the internet, most "facts" are questionable.

"I won't vote 3rd party because 3rd party can't win." That's the exact circular mentality that prevents 3rd party opinions from entering the playing field. Gary Johnson is party of the Libertarian party, and he's a governor, and he did pretty well. It might not be a lot, but it's a start to some actual political changes.
#63 - rupok (10/09/2013) [-]
How the fuck is emails and phone records public data? Just because it goes out into a wire doesn't mean its public, that would mean all government data, business data is all public.

Just because you haven't had problems with the NSA doesn't mean people won't in the future, you know the people getting tired of the govt shit and decide to speak up? What will prevent the NSA from releasing some scandalous things about people or targeting specific people just because they can? The laws governing them are extremely flimsy. It has been proved throughout history that ALL government will abuse their power if they have it.

What part of that link proved me wrong? In NY and NJ the getting a license is so long and winded that its completely made so people are discouraged from getting anything, furthermore it is "may issue" meaning the police dept decides if u can own one solely based on opinion. They will give you one if you are a private investigator, police officer and the like, not for personal defense. If I tell you that you can have something but you need to eat shit before I may decide to give it to you, that is effectively me saying I won't give it to you.

So whats your point exactly? We still have the right to assemble and protest, who decided that national parks and memorials can be shut down at the whim of the government cause they can't have tour guides? Those are for the people, not private property of the government. The reason national parks were made in the first place is for recreation for people and the memorials to honor fallen comrades. The fact that people who fought side by side in war cannot go and see their friends who died is utterly wrong. If that doesn't seem like its unjust idk what to tell you, unjust laws should not be followed.

Last i checked opinion doesn't count as research.

Who said I didn't vote 3rd party? I am saying that in many states there is not enough 3rd party candidates and they can't raise enough awareness. Money wins elections.
#235 - This a joke, there are not muslims like this everywhere. 10/08/2013 on taxi 0
#4 - Brendan used Drug May fell asleep Brendan used Rape. … 10/06/2013 on if pokemon were trainers +3
#52 - same here 09/27/2013 on Sword Art Offline 0
#8 - other things are lenient or just a bit bad if you don't follow…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/24/2013 on white man's view on islam +8
User avatar #18 - sadistikal (09/25/2013) [-]
So, I guess eating shrimp or lobsters would be classified as lenient and being gay would be classified as strictly forbidden?
#5 - then they are muslim in name only....  [+] (4 new replies) 09/24/2013 on white man's view on islam +32
#21 - kez (09/25/2013) [-]
like 90% of christians
User avatar #7 - gayboard (09/24/2013) [-]
Do you know how hard it is to follow all of a religion's teachings?
#8 - rupok (09/24/2013) [-]
other things are lenient or just a bit bad if you don't follow them but those two things are not. They are forbidden and are pretty clear.
User avatar #18 - sadistikal (09/25/2013) [-]
So, I guess eating shrimp or lobsters would be classified as lenient and being gay would be classified as strictly forbidden?
#7 - O ya? But we are always at war with someone these days.  [+] (1 new reply) 09/24/2013 on Who hasnt experienced this? 0
User avatar #13 - killerliquid (09/24/2013) [-]
Yea


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#32 - Ya he did but because of that I think his fairy odd parents we… 09/21/2013 on Vicky +30
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#1 - Womens Study Major (10/19/2014) [-]
Am gonna thumb down all of your comments cause you're a ******* pussy faggot
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