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Date Signed Up:9/28/2011
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#129 - Sorry, forgot to mention that 09/19/2012 on Bullshitphysics biology +7
#115 - Real reason: Back when humanity began (In Africa…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/19/2012 on Bullshitphysics biology +49
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#815 - AnFour (02/18/2013) [-]
I thought because the lived in the mountains and it was very windy?
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#225 - whtkid (09/19/2012) [-]
I am desert and I can confirm this
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#127 - aussiepridevil (09/19/2012) [-]
now wait a minute.

explain how native south americans, australian aboriginals, islanders and northern native americans all came from africa. respectively.

unless you belive in the Pangaea theory and you also beleive that humanity is as old as a Pangaean earth.

now if you're past all that then another possible theory is mass migration, plausible, but if all humans came from africa then the native americans would have to take the same migration path as the asians, then cross the bering straight by no reasonable means then migrate hundreds of miles more down into the inhospitable jungles of south and central america.
and after taking the same migration path as the asiatics how come there are no true similarities between the two.

unless you're a horrible fail troll you are quite the idiot.
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#126 - vladhellsing (09/19/2012) [-]
It's not just the sand, but the scorching sun too (as there's not much shade in the desert).
#129 - themoe (09/19/2012) [-]
Sorry, forgot to mention that
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#121 - ludislavonac (09/19/2012) [-]
Yes this is the most accepted theory
#162 - > Educated University student > Still uses Internet Explorer 09/19/2012 on so this is a thing -5
#49 - Okay, but its like someone saying "Hey, i don't…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/18/2012 on how does it feel -4
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#59 - schmitty (09/18/2012) [-]
His fans are already happy. This guy doesn't like his acting and therefore would not be considered a fan thus he does not need to apologize to this person as a fan because they are not, in fact, a fan. Besides he not even acting anymore so he doesn't need to work on anything he's not doing anymore or plans on doing. Also that person's comment can hardly be called "constructive criticism" when in actuality it was more of an insult.
#46 - Having $40M doesn't prove anything about his acting and defend…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/18/2012 on how does it feel -10
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#86 - ohemgeezus (09/18/2012) [-]
Do you even know the definition of the word criticism?
Saying an actor is a bad actor isn't, in any way, a form of criticism, it's just an insult that will stir an argument. And it's kinda hard to earn $40mil from sitting around, so one can assume he earned it someway(spoiler alert:acting)
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#53 - laelaps (09/18/2012) [-]
guess what. He earned that money acting. And he would never of gotten it if some people out there didn't enjoy his acting. He is therefore refuting the insult by evidencing the amount of money he has made in his career.
#47 - anon (09/18/2012) [-]
Come on, if you had 40 million in the bank you wouldn't give a fuck about someone on the internet either
#49 - themoe (09/18/2012) [-]
Okay, but its like someone saying

"Hey, i don't like what you did there i don't find your acting skills are well"

And then you reply like this

"LOL faggot i got $40,000,000 dollars bitch i do whatever the fuck i want. Have fun living at your mom's basement! LOL"

You see? that's pretty much how i saw it. Its not very mature and this would have been a more appropriate response

"Iam sorry you feel that way. I will work on my acting skills to make my fans more happy and thank you for the constructive criticism"

Im not saying he should have said exactly that but something along those lines. Address the subject instead of childishly insult the guy and especially bloating off about your money and how the rest of us don't have 40M
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#59 - schmitty (09/18/2012) [-]
His fans are already happy. This guy doesn't like his acting and therefore would not be considered a fan thus he does not need to apologize to this person as a fan because they are not, in fact, a fan. Besides he not even acting anymore so he doesn't need to work on anything he's not doing anymore or plans on doing. Also that person's comment can hardly be called "constructive criticism" when in actuality it was more of an insult.
#2797 - Guys just stop with the ******* hate comments trying to make y…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/17/2012 on Mitt Romney is a Tool +3
#2869 - anon (09/24/2012) [-]
I completely agree. Funnyjunkers have the attention span of a 2 year old. When something new happens, everyone starts loving whatever it is. Two days later, something else happens, and everyone ditches the old thing and starts loving thing.
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#2805 - brianhanerjr (09/17/2012) [-]
Fucking exactly
#2946 - Netflix only has the movies, not the current show I r… 09/16/2012 on Television - cartoon... -1
#27172 - Frogot to loggin, if you have reply. reply to this comment so …  [+] (2 new replies) 09/16/2012 on Advice - love advice,... +1
#27193 - wispsimon (09/16/2012) [-]
First of all, you're not a loser. I know lots of people that are "alpha as fuck" around women, but when it comes to someone they have a crush on they become beta.

I think therealpangbot makes some good points. I don't know if I'd ask her out quite yet though (but maybe that's me being a wimp). If there are still a lot of awkward pauses I would try to hang out with her even more (preferably just the two of you) before asking her out.
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#27176 - therealpangbot (09/16/2012) [-]
Urgh, it's just a confidence thing. From what you've said she's definitely interested in you, it'd be very unlikely for her to say no if you asked her out.

You just need to keep telling yourself how much you like her and keep telling yourself that she will agree to go out with you. There's no really easy or quick way to build confidence, you just need to force yourself to blurt it out

Hmm, however, I guess if you want to basically force yourself into asking her out, buy some flowers before you next see her and tell her they're for her. It's not really a friend thing to do so when she asks why you're giving them to her, you won't have many believeable choices other than asking her out. Alternatively, you can make it easier on yourself by writing a note and putting it in with the flowers. I guess the absolute easiest way for you to do it would be to call a florist and ask them to do all that and send it to her dorm but face-to-face stuff is always nicer.
#31 - That Irani chick is really cute  [+] (2 new replies) 09/16/2012 on Fun in the Sun to Hell in... +2
#35 - anon (09/16/2012) [-]
Is it me or.. does she look exactly like Bieber..
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#55 - persephoni (10/08/2012) [-]
Yea I thought that too.
#74 - I don't get why they're trying to suck america's dick so hard.… 09/11/2012 on Ripoffs -1