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#299 - >implying those photos were taken in the same wealth high s…  [+] (37 new replies) 08/07/2014 on Guess what? +1
User avatar #306 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
Why aren't they fixing their own countries and making their own countries rich instead of either leaching of working in foreign countries making wages even lower. And everyones job is at stake, not every man is a janitor but many men and women have lost their jobs because immigrants would do them for lower wages.
User avatar #312 - thebtardist (08/07/2014) [-]
if you want to come out of our UK recession comfortable and without much debt or strife, stay in school. Go to uni, go to tech or whatever, build up your knowledge and stay in the school system. The IT and general STEM industry is going to explode when the recession fades away since more people will want to invest in basic silicon valley tech ideas and create competition to google and apple size industrys?

Why do you think google and apple are buying up companys left right and centre, so they dont have any competition on the market...

Im a socialist btw so ive studied my shit
User avatar #317 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
>socialist
>economy expert
Top fucking lel
Job spaces are getting lower and lower and with it taxes are getting higher and higher and not everyone can be an engi.
User avatar #319 - thebtardist (08/07/2014) [-]
where did i say i was an economy expert?

Then move into management, eng are gonna need management and HR sources. The clubbing industry is booming due to people rather spending money at home that a holiday, move into that industry. Any fuckin job with a good qualification and isnt shitty work like a old persons home cleaner isnt going to have a foreign person in that position?

User avatar #323 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
What about those who can't do it or are not able to?
User avatar #327 - thebtardist (08/07/2014) [-]
Why? Why are they not able too?

Are they disabled? because then they are subsidised and taken care of by society

Are they lazy? because then they can fuck off. work hard and you get what you deserve.
User avatar #337 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
Because of mass immigration and the government trying to keep the wages low.
User avatar #339 - thebtardist (08/07/2014) [-]
How does that mean they cant work?
Again, if a person who cant speak english can do your job then thats your fault. If its due to a wage issue then thats a issue with corporate greed.
User avatar #310 - thebtardist (08/07/2014) [-]
Because their countries are either: A) Over populated, meaning bad wages and general living B) Lacking basic freedoms and rights C)Without a proper structure

They will eventually move back once their countries are at a stable place, thats basic politics and history.
And only an idiot would say "Why dont they move back home and fix it", im Northern Irish and a rediculous amount of people i know, like a number close to 25%, have left Ireland in general to live else where for money. 2 of my friends are moving to Australia in august , one of my friends is just back from USA, another one of my friends only stays in the UK while at Uni and then moves out to canada and austrialla.

Im an engineer so nah mate, dont think some polish/indian/minority guy is gonna take my job any day unless he can speak english and has a degree.
My dad, mum, brother, girlfriends dad etc etc all have job secuirty because their doing jobs that you cant do unless you have basic UK learning qualifications.

Everyone i know who's moaning about immigrants have jobs in the housing industry, wielding, cleaning, manual labour in general, where you dont need to even speak the language to know how to work a hoover or use a drill.
#314 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
Also:
>They will eventually move back once their countries are at a stable place, thats basic politics and history.
Prove this.
User avatar #320 - thebtardist (08/07/2014) [-]
>Quoting Putin
>Literally a Russian Nazi

Now your going down the path of political, religious and personal freedoms, where i find that anywhere asking for sharia law isnt going to get it because they are a minority.
Your logic is retarded.
#322 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
You fucking idiot, he is a conservative I asked you to explain your false statement.
>where i find that anywhere asking for sharia law isnt going to get it because they are a minority.
>implying that they don't have sharia courts in every single country muslims are in
>implying you are not braindead
User avatar #330 - thebtardist (08/07/2014) [-]
Point me to my nearest sharia court mate so i can report you for being a faggot.

Been living in UK all my life, been to scotland, england, wales and NI, from the south of england to the north, from glasgow to inverness, and ill tell you what i havent seen any sharia courts.

ps: If they exist then report them to the police, its illegal you ball bag. Just because they exist doesnt mean we cant get rid of them.
User avatar #334 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
htt p://ww w.dailymail.c o.u k/news/article-2587215/Sharia-Law-enshrined-British-legal-lawyers-guidelines-dra wing-documents-according-Islamic-rules.h tml
User avatar #340 - thebtardist (08/07/2014) [-]
1. An article from the daily mail, yeah because their not racist.
2. Thats a personal legal issue, pretty much out of bounds from a countries courts since its a personal matter of wealth.
3. Again, this shouldnt be happening though and im sure their was a backlash to it.
User avatar #345 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
Facts are not racist.
They are all around muslim infected areas.
It should not, but it is.
User avatar #348 - thebtardist (08/07/2014) [-]
Give me said facts, give me your statistical analysis from this article, tell me the population size and the group thats being talked about in this article. who sanctioned it, what legal right is this baring, who has said its ok.
Answer those questions.



>Muslim infected
If there was any doubt that you had racist inflections in your arguement before, they are proven now.

Then talk to your local MP and get it sorted. not that hard.
User avatar #357 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
ht tp://ww w.h uffingtonpost.c o.u k/2014/03/23/sharia-law-enshrined-in-uk-legal-systemn5016396.h tml
User avatar #356 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
ht tp://r t.co m/u k/147713-sharialaw-uk-legal/
User avatar #355 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
h ttp://e n.w ikipedia.o rg/wiki/MuslimArbitrationTribunal
htt p://ww w.t elegraph.c o.u k/news/religion/10716844/Islamic-law-is-adopted-by-British-legal-chiefs.h tml
User avatar #354 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
ht tp:// [url deleted] ailymail.co.u k/ne ws/article-1196165/Britain-85-sharia-courts-The-astonishing-spread-Islamic-justi ce-closed-doors.h tml
User avatar #351 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
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User avatar #349 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
I was muslim.
User avatar #342 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
1.FACTS ARE RACIST!
HAHAHAHAHAHA!
2.HAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAH!
3.Oh god please stop, you are killing me.
User avatar #344 - thebtardist (08/07/2014) [-]
Your reply has no worth while information to count as a rebuttal...
User avatar #333 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
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User avatar #311 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
ABC, their own faults.
>They will eventually move back once their countries are at a stable place, thats basic politics and history.
No, no they won't. Did the American colonists move out of America once Europe got better, no? Immigrants won't leave once they suck Europe dry making it the same place they came from.
How nice, Europeans are moving into European countries.
Oh nice, you let your people suffer in poverty and support mass immigration keeping the wages low and conquering your country. Good job mate.
User avatar #326 - thebtardist (08/07/2014) [-]
Your retardedness knows no bounds.
Are you seriously implying that if a country has any issues they should be held within that state and that they arent allowed to leave to find a better life?

That was something that happened 200-300 years ago, when people were trying to find new, un touched and fertile lands. How can you even compare that. Its like people starting a life on mars, they left to start something brand new, not take american indians jobs and change their political and economical system.

>Australia
>European
Are you a yank mate, do you even know what continent were talking about here?

Sorry if you didnt learn to spell or understand maths in school because you couldnt be bothered while others did, ill scare those mean old immigrants away so you can suck on the tit of manual labour society with stupidly high wages or menial tasks and small sized work force that can dissolve when the labour market disappears.. No prblms m8, dnt h8
User avatar #331 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
Yes, it's their own problem and they should not transfer their shit over here.
Yes, Europeans found America, killed the natives and conquered it.
It's a European colony you dumbfuck.
thnks m8, gr8 b8
User avatar #338 - thebtardist (08/07/2014) [-]
Your obviously an idiot if you believe that. Countrys like america wouldnt exist if no-one got outside help with their own problems and the GB empire would have failed completely. Like its not even a point to consider when you say this shit.


Yeah in a time when mail was sent only by horse or train and when electricity was considered witchcraft, thats definitely a time period we can compare immigration issues with.

Britain is a french colony then since 1066 if australia is still european.
#341 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
>Countrys like america wouldnt exist if no-one got outside help with their own problems and the GB empire would have failed completely.
Sounds good, and did the French immigrate into America and tried to overpopulate it?
Humanity has changed because we send our mail faster? Also, history is the greatest teacher.
>Britain is a french colony then since 1066 if australia is still european.
The land belongs to the conqueror and his people.
User avatar #346 - thebtardist (08/07/2014) [-]
Yeah it did not over populate because such a small population arrived there in the first place and also a thing called the industrial revolution hadnt happened yet.

So yeah then Britain is a french colony, the french took britain in 1066 and the UK hasnt been successfully conquered or even invaded since then.... is that your logic?
User avatar #347 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
Yes, but now we have modern transportation and high birth rates to ensure that whites will be a minority in Europe in 50 years.
Actually, no UK is independent and is under the rule of their own government. The Picts didn't conquer Rome but that does not mean that they didn't drive the Romans out of their lands.
User avatar #352 - thebtardist (08/07/2014) [-]
>Whites
Do you even know how many white people their are in Europe.


Nah m8 you said "The land belongs to the conqueror and his people." so its a french colony by your logic. So which is it?
User avatar #353 - schnizel (08/07/2014) [-]
The Britons have conquered it back. Damn you are a retard.
htt p://ww w.n ytimes.c om/2009/12/18/us/18census.html?_r=0
#305 - mrwillbobs (08/07/2014) [-]
#WhyI'mNotVotingUKIP
User avatar #302 - thebtardist (08/07/2014) [-]
wealthy*
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User avatar #105 - thelastamerican (07/21/2014) [-]
He probably meant to say, "When it came out" Or some such. If that's the case, he really is probably older than most of the people on the site.
#6532 - What if the constraint stops becoming a constraint, time becom…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/18/2014 on Open up to your family 0
#6653 - fuckyouto (07/18/2014) [-]
As long as there is matter, time is infinite... I don't know what you are trying to get at...
#4485 - You only have a conscience understanding of time if you have 2…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/17/2014 on Open up to your family 0
#4594 - fuckyouto (07/17/2014) [-]
If time stops to exist it would have never existed. You can't stop a constraint.
User avatar #6532 - thebtardist (07/18/2014) [-]
What if the constraint stops becoming a constraint, time becomes infinite.
#6653 - fuckyouto (07/18/2014) [-]
As long as there is matter, time is infinite... I don't know what you are trying to get at...
#4468 - Age 20 Occupation: Student and Part-Time sales assistant …  [+] (5 new replies) 07/17/2014 on Open up to your family 0
#4476 - fuckyouto (07/17/2014) [-]
You need to truly understand what time is. It's not an additive It's not a "Thing"

Once you know that you can understand how to apply that.
User avatar #4485 - thebtardist (07/17/2014) [-]
You only have a conscience understanding of time if you have 2 points of existence, of which one is a beginning of mortality and one is the end. Surely if immortality is reached, time becomes obsolete as you don't need anything to measure the passing of your existence.

So if time stops to exist, does immortality become mute.
#4594 - fuckyouto (07/17/2014) [-]
If time stops to exist it would have never existed. You can't stop a constraint.
User avatar #6532 - thebtardist (07/18/2014) [-]
What if the constraint stops becoming a constraint, time becomes infinite.
#6653 - fuckyouto (07/18/2014) [-]
As long as there is matter, time is infinite... I don't know what you are trying to get at...
#103 - Imagine what these ******* would be like if googl…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/13/2014 on raised online 0
#151 - Womens Study Major (07/13/2014) [-]
They would be just like the people who grew up without it.
#126 - It depends on perspective, Netherlands has great trance artist… 07/12/2014 on (untitled) 0
#106 - >Implying Amrifags know anything about real djing >I…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/11/2014 on (untitled) -1
#116 - kingdaniel (07/11/2014) [-]
I'm a producer and Dutch Netherlands has all the famous DJ's so that why I'm bringing that up but America has some pretty good DJ's. like Koyote and Project 46 But yeah, deadmou5 and Skrillex are not that great though
User avatar #126 - thebtardist (07/12/2014) [-]
It depends on perspective, Netherlands has great trance artists, France great Electro-house (not the bs that USA spits out), UK has a brilliant House and Bass music scene like Dubstep, DnB, Garage and Dance Hall and germany is superb at Techno


What does USA have? Nothing! Its just generic shit that will fade away after half a decade or so, they dont understand that for the ROTW its been apart of the music/clubbing scene for the past 3 decades
User avatar #107 - angelodlt (07/11/2014) [-]
amri?
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#106 - Does this system of many "states" within a country n…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/04/2014 on Just something I found... 0
#114 - colonelroymustang (07/04/2014) [-]
That's delving into a very complex issue. The entire system of government in the United States is based around the idea of very individualistic states using a federal government as an ultimate, but less intrinsic power. The central government was formed with a set of rules on what the states could and could not do- and if it wasn't expressly stated that it could or could not be done then it was considered up for interpretation by a state government unless ruled upon by a federal court. The idea was to allow smaller community diversity but without the original intent of the union to be sullied. Also, the revolutionaries who formed the US were extremely wary of a large central government. Because of this, most Americans support the right of states to create and interpret laws differently. The problem comes from the fact that the US has formed a large central government despite that and the states have often "interpreted" national law in such a way as to largely dis-acknowledge it. With those two factors combined, you get a leviathan like government with laws so bizarre and complicated that a great deal of people can easily violate a law without knowing that they have. Stack on an ineffective court system, an extremely rightist view on certain moral ambiguities, and a country with a far left that swung so far left they became another right- and you have the abomination that is American law.
User avatar #312 - thebtardist (07/04/2014) [-]
"a country with a far left that swung so far left they became another right" thats a beautiful line right there
#101 - In the UK if your found with a knife, even for work related pu…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/04/2014 on Just something I found... 0
#104 - colonelroymustang (07/04/2014) [-]
Colorado is considered one of the more liberal states when it comes to the procurement and possession of weapons. It's not like that in most other states. But, often times in Colorado, somebody tried with illegally carrying a knife will be dismissed since the prosecution can't prove intent to use it in a criminal act as a large number of people carry knives as a tool. Laws in the US are needlessly complex. For Example- as a nineteen year old in Colorado I cannot legally conceal a handgun on my person. However, if I were to be hunting with a legal license then that would be acceptable. But, once my legal right to hunt terminates, so does my right to conceal. It's very easy to unknowingly transition from legal possession to illegal possession in the US. Another good example is reciprocity laws regarding the travel across boarder. Many states consider a license to carry a firearm within another state to be legal right to carry in theirs, others do not. So, if I wanted to take my AK-47 from Colorado to Indiana, then it would be fine were those two states conjoined and there'd be no problem- but because Illinois is between the two states, It would not be legal for me to transport that firearm from my current residence to the one I am transitioning to since the state i have to pass through recognizes that same firearm that is legal in Colorado as illegal in their state.
User avatar #106 - thebtardist (07/04/2014) [-]
Does this system of many "states" within a country not bother America? How can Americans be so happy living such different lives, following some similar rules under one name?

Is any state a burden to the others?
#114 - colonelroymustang (07/04/2014) [-]
That's delving into a very complex issue. The entire system of government in the United States is based around the idea of very individualistic states using a federal government as an ultimate, but less intrinsic power. The central government was formed with a set of rules on what the states could and could not do- and if it wasn't expressly stated that it could or could not be done then it was considered up for interpretation by a state government unless ruled upon by a federal court. The idea was to allow smaller community diversity but without the original intent of the union to be sullied. Also, the revolutionaries who formed the US were extremely wary of a large central government. Because of this, most Americans support the right of states to create and interpret laws differently. The problem comes from the fact that the US has formed a large central government despite that and the states have often "interpreted" national law in such a way as to largely dis-acknowledge it. With those two factors combined, you get a leviathan like government with laws so bizarre and complicated that a great deal of people can easily violate a law without knowing that they have. Stack on an ineffective court system, an extremely rightist view on certain moral ambiguities, and a country with a far left that swung so far left they became another right- and you have the abomination that is American law.
User avatar #312 - thebtardist (07/04/2014) [-]
"a country with a far left that swung so far left they became another right" thats a beautiful line right there
#91 - Why does everyone have a knife in USA? Is it legal to carry a …  [+] (8 new replies) 07/04/2014 on Just something I found... 0
User avatar #310 - bitchpleaseshutup (07/04/2014) [-]
Like the other guy said, it depends on the state. For example in my state(Texas), it's illegal to have a knife with a blade over 5 1/2 inches (13.97 cm) long. It's also illegal to carry a dagger, bowie knife, sword, spear, or throwing knife.
#100 - colonelroymustang (07/04/2014) [-]
Depends on the state. Largely, yes- with some restriction. In my state, Colorado, it is legal to carry a knife and it is legal to conceal that knife so long as the blade is less than 3.5 inches in length unless the intended purpose of the knife is for fishing and hunting. Basically, the law doesn't define a knife as a "weapon" if the length of the blade is less than 3.5 inches so there's no regulations on carrying them.
User avatar #101 - thebtardist (07/04/2014) [-]
In the UK if your found with a knife, even for work related purposes, you can still be charged. Rarely enough, but still happens often. Id like to carry a knife for protection sometimes but if i was caught randomly via a search by the police id be in massive trouble.

Im from Northern ireland as well so you can often be searched randomly.
#104 - colonelroymustang (07/04/2014) [-]
Colorado is considered one of the more liberal states when it comes to the procurement and possession of weapons. It's not like that in most other states. But, often times in Colorado, somebody tried with illegally carrying a knife will be dismissed since the prosecution can't prove intent to use it in a criminal act as a large number of people carry knives as a tool. Laws in the US are needlessly complex. For Example- as a nineteen year old in Colorado I cannot legally conceal a handgun on my person. However, if I were to be hunting with a legal license then that would be acceptable. But, once my legal right to hunt terminates, so does my right to conceal. It's very easy to unknowingly transition from legal possession to illegal possession in the US. Another good example is reciprocity laws regarding the travel across boarder. Many states consider a license to carry a firearm within another state to be legal right to carry in theirs, others do not. So, if I wanted to take my AK-47 from Colorado to Indiana, then it would be fine were those two states conjoined and there'd be no problem- but because Illinois is between the two states, It would not be legal for me to transport that firearm from my current residence to the one I am transitioning to since the state i have to pass through recognizes that same firearm that is legal in Colorado as illegal in their state.
User avatar #106 - thebtardist (07/04/2014) [-]
Does this system of many "states" within a country not bother America? How can Americans be so happy living such different lives, following some similar rules under one name?

Is any state a burden to the others?
#114 - colonelroymustang (07/04/2014) [-]
That's delving into a very complex issue. The entire system of government in the United States is based around the idea of very individualistic states using a federal government as an ultimate, but less intrinsic power. The central government was formed with a set of rules on what the states could and could not do- and if it wasn't expressly stated that it could or could not be done then it was considered up for interpretation by a state government unless ruled upon by a federal court. The idea was to allow smaller community diversity but without the original intent of the union to be sullied. Also, the revolutionaries who formed the US were extremely wary of a large central government. Because of this, most Americans support the right of states to create and interpret laws differently. The problem comes from the fact that the US has formed a large central government despite that and the states have often "interpreted" national law in such a way as to largely dis-acknowledge it. With those two factors combined, you get a leviathan like government with laws so bizarre and complicated that a great deal of people can easily violate a law without knowing that they have. Stack on an ineffective court system, an extremely rightist view on certain moral ambiguities, and a country with a far left that swung so far left they became another right- and you have the abomination that is American law.
User avatar #312 - thebtardist (07/04/2014) [-]
"a country with a far left that swung so far left they became another right" thats a beautiful line right there
User avatar #98 - DeathOne (07/04/2014) [-]
"The carrying of knives in public is forbidden or restricted by law in many countries. Exceptions may be made for hunting knives, pocket knives, and knives used for work-related purposes (chef's knives, etc.),"

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knife_legislation
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