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#9 - This behavior is deplorable no matter who does it. This is dep…  [+] (9 replies) 11/12/2016 on Liberals protesting comp +2
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#31 - dudulli (11/12/2016) [-]
Protesting is not deplorable.

Destroying other people's property or harming people is, but people have the right to protest. It doesn't who or against what unless they abide the law.
So if you want to protest Trump, go ahead, that is your right,but not torching cars and attacking other people
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#64 - thecharliesheen (11/12/2016) [-]
You're right, protesting isn't deplorable. The blatant fucking racism on the opposite side is deplorable. Protest his taxes, his policies, whatever it is that you're against, but protesting the color of his skin? That's just fucked.
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#71 - dudulli (11/12/2016) [-]
Yes, however I don't think that's the case. I don't think they have an issue with him being black but actually think he isn't an American but Kenyan.

It's like calling Cruz an Canadian and therefore telling him he can't be president.
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#73 - thecharliesheen (11/12/2016) [-]
He was born in Hawaii wasn't he? Or somethin' like that?

But even then, there's a more respectful way to go about that. Like the same way we here at Funnyjunk get angry and irate when the left is blatantly disrespectful to Trump, shouldn't both sides show that same restraint and respect?
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#75 - dudulli (11/12/2016) [-]
Conflicting issue.

First, yes, AFAIK he was born in the US and personally I think people who whined about his birth certificate were super silly IMHO (this includes Trump, but I really question the motives of why he did that).
So, it is really essentially stupidity and believing some bullshit they got told (basically the same problem with the liberal site right now). However, I can understand their anger to some degree with the catastrophic thing called "Obamacare". These people are really frustrated and angry.

Secondly, and here is the conflicting thing, some people really like their right of free speech in the US and this still falls under that.
Respectful? That's a personal matter. I don't think it is, just like I don't think it is to hang or burn puppets (goes for Trump and Obama). I think these people are rather rude to the point of being assholes but this kind of protesting is going on for decades.
It wasn't much different with Bush.

The main point was this, though:
I don't see it as racist and I think they are expressing their rights (I think the same about people burning the US flag). Again, we might see it as very rude, but their right to do so. What is not a right is riot. Physical violence and damaging OTHER PEOPLE'S property or public property.
So comparing this to the riots note going in the US is just insane.

A little addition to that:
Trump hasn't been in office for one day. He haven't done anything yet.
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#76 - thecharliesheen (11/12/2016) [-]
Yeah, I agree with you there. It isn't the most respectful bit, but technically they are within their rights to do so.

As for Obamacare, I know that it went through the ringer A LOT. It got shit tacked onto it that wasn't supposed to be there originally and then just turned into one giant mess. I'm not 100 percent sure who to blame for it, honestly, because a lot of people had a lot to do with it. If I recall correctly (and I could be totally wrong), it was modeled after Romney's plan as some sort of compromise.
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#10 - totallytito (11/12/2016) [-]
Thank you, I've been trying to say this for months
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#36 - supername (11/12/2016) [-]
Do you understand that you are comparing protests to riots?
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#11 - thecharliesheen (11/12/2016) [-]
I'm no fan of Trump admittedly, and neither am I one of Hillary. This election was disappointing for me to say the least. But that being said, there was a protest going on in my home city that ended up shutting down a major road. How does that make a point? What does that do besides make people who may have been on the fence before go "Wow, what a bunch of assholes."
#17 - I may not be a Trumper, but that's seriously ******. He's like…  [+] (2 replies) 11/12/2016 on MEDIA IS SHIT #Barron2040 +52
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#20 - woozuh (11/12/2016) [-]
No but theyre asking why he looks tired at 3 am and saying its evidence he is retarded
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#22 - thecharliesheen (11/12/2016) [-]
Exactly. It's just ridiculous. Like leave the damn kid alone. It's way fuckin' past his bedtime and honestly he's probably bored as fuck.
#2 - That's some serious ******* audacity to go to someone you don'…  [+] (7 replies) 11/12/2016 on "WiFi Sickness" +113
#26 - notmuffincannibal (11/12/2016) [-]
Me mum read some random article on some random sketchy site about Wifi being a slow killer. Had to convince her it's clickbait fear mongering shite, and that we would have to move from civilization to get entirely away from it. The fucking twats who write the kind of shit are just fucking with old people.
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#28 - thecharliesheen (11/12/2016) [-]
Right? That's a shitty thing to do. I mean, name one fuckin' place that doesn't have wifi. Even the poorest fucks I know have a wifi system. Businesses have wifi, whether they're open to the public. Shit, the LIBRARY has wifi. You would probably have to move to the middle of the fuckin' Amazon, and even then, a tribe might have wifi.
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#30 - quantumranger (11/12/2016) [-]
There's actually a community of people who believe they are allergic to wifi/electricity. I don't remember exactly were they live but it's in the middle of nowhere for sure.
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#22 - imoriginalposter (11/12/2016) [-]
I'm pretty sure they're referring to the fictional negative reaction to radio frequencies...
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#23 - thecharliesheen (11/12/2016) [-]
Even then, it's still kind of a dick move. You can't go to your neighbor and say "hey, you need to accommodate me because I say so." Wifi is everywhere. People use it for personal time and for work. If your kid gets sick, then you need to move somewhere where your neighbors aren't so close by and your child won't be impacted. You don't get to move somewhere and tell other people what they can and can't do because you say so.

(On a side note, I have an aunt that refers to my cousins internet addiction as "internet sickness/wifi sickness/computer sickness, so it could go either way I guess, but you might be right)
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#24 - imoriginalposter (11/12/2016) [-]
That's why he's getting the router kappa.
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#27 - thecharliesheen (11/12/2016) [-]
Don't get me wrong, it would be nice of people to accommodate them, but you can't expect it. Like if that's the case, before you move there, you need to talk to the surrounding neighbors and make sure that it's okay.

In my case, if a new neighbor were to move in and ask that, we physically couldn't do that. Our entire house runs off of a Crestron system that's hooked up to our wifi. Everything in the entire house, tvs, locks, lights, everything runs off of it. I mean, it is possible, but to hardwire would slow everything down immensely. We'd have to tell them nicely 'tough shit, sorry'.
#8 - Picture 11/12/2016 on I will not! +1