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Date Signed Up:4/28/2011
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#103 - That's Cleveland you twat 07/25/2016 on The Heat is On Hillary for... +1
#32 - For every leftist feminist that beleive this ****, another dis…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/03/2016 on This is offensive -1
#43 - implicationsofcrap (07/03/2016) [-]
**implicationsofcrap used "*roll picture*"**
**implicationsofcrap rolled image** Mostly MGTOW is just as bad as these lefty feminists.
#32 - Basicly the Dems are throwing a **** about not getting their w…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/23/2016 on Democrats tendies story +5
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#63 - Greevon (06/23/2016) [-]
It doesn't matter which you identify with, both parties are hypocrites. When Trump wins, we'll all be back to bitching about conservatives.
#36 - anon (06/23/2016) [-]
It's disgusting how much they latch onto singular events and try to push as hard as they can during the "MUH FEELINS" phase.

You have an 0.00008% chance of being shot in this country. There is no gun problem.
#10 - I tire of seeing these "real life is so horrible omg coll… 06/16/2016 on This +4
#27 - You're all assuming you'd want to have sex with her. She could… 06/01/2016 on Anon is a neckbeard +6
#14 - And you pay 180% car sales tax or something close to that beca…  [+] (8 new replies) 06/01/2016 on Anon can't get into Denmark -2
#62 - anon (06/01/2016) [-]
>buy it in Germany
>drive it home
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#72 - jdrinfantry (06/01/2016) [-]
that's illegal and will cost you 180% of the cars original cost and possibly a danish car registration which can cost anywhere between 25k and 200k DKK.

Not to mention it has to be insured to drive on danish roads.

and we have a 75% tax on fuel
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#90 - enlightednatzie (06/02/2016) [-]
I dont know about denmark but in sweden you can skip the tax and the insurance for your car. Its illegal but since the cops doesnt even care enough to pull you over you can save a big amount of money.
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#93 - jdrinfantry (06/02/2016) [-]
Where I come from the police often make temporary road blocks etc. where they check for drunk driving / insurance fraud and skipped taxation.
Not to mention "customs and tax".
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#94 - enlightednatzie (06/02/2016) [-]
I have never witnessed that in sweden lmao. I drove an illegal car past the cops two times and they jus drove by. By illegal it was only illegal to drive since i had not had insuranced and taxed.

I drove 120 on an 80 road km/h and the cop showed up behind only to drive past me. And i have driven past the speed cameras way beyond the speed limits several times and it only flashed one time, but i had my face concealed by the sunshield so i never got a fine lol.

The police here really dont give a shit anymore.
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#49 - downstrait (06/01/2016) [-]
meh, takes a loan of 5 years work to pay off at max, when you're at your prime working wage. Not that bad if that's the worst you got.
#51 - anon (06/01/2016) [-]
I just hate the fact that they put the same tax on "green" cars

"Oh you want a Gasoline/Diesel car? Yup that will be 180% of it's value in Green tax"

But i want an electric car?

"ehh.... Well that will be 80% in registration tax"
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#50 - downstrait (06/01/2016) [-]
And then we're talking new, high tier car, btw.
#6 - Really it's not that bad... My only responsibilities …  [+] (1 new reply) 06/01/2016 on go back into the hole +16
#12 - migueldecervantes (06/01/2016) [-]
And you're not contemplating suicide? What are you, like, not even over forty?

I bet you don't even need a cane to walk without excruciating pain in 50% of your still functional joints, faggot.
#19 - Yeah that's a good analogy Source, I'm a pharmacist. On fj…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/07/2016 on Robin Williams 0
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#30 - jokexplain (05/07/2016) [-]
>>#27, He has a lot of time, between counting intervals of thirty and explaining for the fifteenth time the difference between otic and optic
#27 - djeoo (05/07/2016) [-]
**djeoo used "*roll picture*"**
**djeoo rolled image** go back to work. Those drugs arnt going to deal them selvs.
#174 - If you take STEM classes around 80% of your grade in those cou…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/29/2016 on Teachers 0
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#210 - kibuza (04/29/2016) [-]
Sure, of course tests are important for getting work, which is what I said. What you said was that 'everything after highschool comes down to a handful of tests' which is wrong. After you've passed, and gotten your license and start working, your work is not a test. Yet it's still after highschool. The way you worded it originally makes it sound as if all work, not just schooling after highschool is just tests.
#154 - Only problem is litteraly everything after highschool came dow…  [+] (6 new replies) 04/29/2016 on Teachers 0
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#162 - kibuza (04/29/2016) [-]
Yes, I'm sure glad I know how to take tests. It sure comes in handy in my job as a millworker.

Seriously, what? Very few careers are similar to tests. Maybe to apply for certain jobs might be similar, but the actual work is completely different.
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#174 - seydiltz (04/29/2016) [-]
If you take STEM classes around 80% of your grade in those courses comes from tests, you have to be a competent test taker. After undergrad I had to take a standardized test and do well on it before I could apply to my grad school, which graded solely on tests. Then I had to pass by board exams so I could get licensed in order to work. Simply put, unless you live off the state, you're going to need to learn how to take tests.
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#210 - kibuza (04/29/2016) [-]
Sure, of course tests are important for getting work, which is what I said. What you said was that 'everything after highschool comes down to a handful of tests' which is wrong. After you've passed, and gotten your license and start working, your work is not a test. Yet it's still after highschool. The way you worded it originally makes it sound as if all work, not just schooling after highschool is just tests.
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#164 - febreezboi (04/29/2016) [-]
I work in a technical trade aswell, I'm a car mechanic. Tests actuallyu play a big ass part in advancing in my career. Taking the ASE Certification tests so i can specialize and move closer to master status. It all depends on what career you're in, some have tests and some dont.
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#213 - kibuza (04/29/2016) [-]
Also, cool trade. I always wanted to take auto classes back in highschool but I had no extra periods after taking the other shop classes, so I had to leave out auto. I've always thought it was a pretty cool trade, and it has uses even outside work since you can work on your own vehicle rather than needing to take it to someone else.

Then again I get to make nice furniture which I have used in my house, so I guess I got something out of it too besides just a career.
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#212 - kibuza (04/29/2016) [-]
Yes, for applying and advancing your career, sure. The way it was worded in the original comment makes it sound as if all work after highschool is a test, and it's not. Of course there will be tests for things exactly as you say, but the majority of things after highschool such as the actual work is not related to tests at all, which is what I was saying.
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