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#61 - Comment deleted  [+] (4 new replies) 07/11/2013 on Seems Legit 0
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#40 - I don't know about you but I cried when Mitchell died, and yea…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/11/2013 on Supernatural 0
User avatar #41 - slendermanspenis (07/11/2013) [-]
I cried because it was such a sad moment and got to see everyone how they started off. I don't know if it showed it in the first episode cause I started watching it in the middle and fell in love with it. I think I might just watch it all over again.
User avatar #44 - thesuperhanz (07/11/2013) [-]
Hal for me, the man's an incredible actor I felt so emotionally attached to Hal just the look on his face when he's dying on the battlefield was enough for me he really meant all he did
User avatar #46 - slendermanspenis (07/11/2013) [-]
That part was just too much for me to handle. But I really did like it when he became the evil version of himself. He was so sassy when he sang
User avatar #47 - thesuperhanz (07/11/2013) [-]
putting on the ritz haha, I loved that how Hal was 2 completely different people like it switched and they fought between each other. Mitchell however was one person who was a good person but when he was bad it wasn't another personality he just numbed himself to what he did
#38 - now I have to watch ALL of them again 07/11/2013 on Supernatural +2
#37 - Being Human was ******* ace, I love the way blood…  [+] (6 new replies) 07/11/2013 on Supernatural 0
User avatar #39 - slendermanspenis (07/11/2013) [-]
He was. I don't know about you but I cried to the last episode. When they were given a choice to go back to human and be with their families.
User avatar #40 - thesuperhanz (07/11/2013) [-]
I don't know about you but I cried when Mitchell died, and yeah and I love the way they just wanted to be human, to be normal...lots of subtext and metaphors in it
User avatar #41 - slendermanspenis (07/11/2013) [-]
I cried because it was such a sad moment and got to see everyone how they started off. I don't know if it showed it in the first episode cause I started watching it in the middle and fell in love with it. I think I might just watch it all over again.
User avatar #44 - thesuperhanz (07/11/2013) [-]
Hal for me, the man's an incredible actor I felt so emotionally attached to Hal just the look on his face when he's dying on the battlefield was enough for me he really meant all he did
User avatar #46 - slendermanspenis (07/11/2013) [-]
That part was just too much for me to handle. But I really did like it when he became the evil version of himself. He was so sassy when he sang
User avatar #47 - thesuperhanz (07/11/2013) [-]
putting on the ritz haha, I loved that how Hal was 2 completely different people like it switched and they fought between each other. Mitchell however was one person who was a good person but when he was bad it wasn't another personality he just numbed himself to what he did
#6 - ugly boobs for you, would've been nice ones but I'm feeling mean 07/11/2013 on You Can Hate But Its True 0
#4 - I know that cock munch, but the drinking culture in Britain is… 07/11/2013 on You Can Hate But Its True 0
#154 - **** the faggots that make these ****** … 07/10/2013 on Nice guys finish last -5
#5 - Wow, this is the greatest 4chan screen cap ever wish I'd have … 07/04/2013 on moot 0
#175 - But weren't 14 year olds untill recently getting married, thro…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/04/2013 on 156 0
User avatar #176 - ilovehitler (07/04/2013) [-]
And, for a large amount of time, they didn't have much choice in the matter.
#423 - The thing that I thought was cruel was the extermination of th…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/29/2013 on Alternate usage of AC 0
User avatar #430 - Xedan (07/08/2013) [-]
excuse my ignorance (and my late response) but what are buffalo people? I've heard of buffalo soldiers, and I know they almost exterminated all the actual buffalo, but I don't know what you mean by buffalo people.
#173 - Still don't see the problem with having sex at 14 end of the d…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/29/2013 on 156 0
User avatar #174 - ilovehitler (06/29/2013) [-]
Except it's generally not the right choice, or a good choice, as a 14 year old to have sex.
1. 14 year olds generally do not know what actual love is, and would more than likely confuse lust or infatuation for it, which is not an appropriate reason for any serious relationship.
2. The younger you are, the more dangerous it is to give birth.
User avatar #175 - thesuperhanz (07/04/2013) [-]
But weren't 14 year olds untill recently getting married, throughout history as soon as someone hits puberty they be at it
User avatar #176 - ilovehitler (07/04/2013) [-]
And, for a large amount of time, they didn't have much choice in the matter.
#415 - That's all well and good, but at the end of the day America th…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/28/2013 on Alternate usage of AC 0
User avatar #417 - Xedan (06/28/2013) [-]
I mean you can think of it like that, but every country in the New World has that story. I don't know, I lost sympathy for it when I learned that the first indians to welcome colonists actually stuck a deal with them that the tribe would teach them survival techniques if the male settlers (along with their weapons, namely guns) teamed up with the indians to launch a surprise assault on a nearby enemy tribe. Humans are humans. If the native americans had had better technology at the time, they would've exterminated the colonists all the same as we did them. Yeah, we stole their land, I'll give you that, but there was nothing unusually cruel about it, not in the full scope of human history anyways.
User avatar #423 - thesuperhanz (06/29/2013) [-]
The thing that I thought was cruel was the extermination of the buffalo people, I mean the colonists couldn't defeat the natives so they killed nearly all the buffalo people. I mean what did the buffalo people do to the colonists, ain't never seen no buffalo people start no war.
User avatar #430 - Xedan (07/08/2013) [-]
excuse my ignorance (and my late response) but what are buffalo people? I've heard of buffalo soldiers, and I know they almost exterminated all the actual buffalo, but I don't know what you mean by buffalo people.
#411 - But was slavery not a big part of their way of life? I underst…  [+] (5 new replies) 06/28/2013 on Alternate usage of AC 0
User avatar #413 - Xedan (06/28/2013) [-]
their way of life wasn't slavery, it was agriculture, plain and simple. slavery was just key to life as they knew it, because I mean, fuck, why pay for labor you can get for free? they could have lived the same lives they were living without slavery. Hell, they probably would've kept using blacks for the labor, but just have to pay them for it. somewhere it's recorded that the confederacy's leaders were aware that slavery would fade out in time.
User avatar #415 - thesuperhanz (06/28/2013) [-]
That's all well and good, but at the end of the day America the land of the free was built on the extermination of the indigenous people and by killing their food supply I mean I know it was hundreds of years ago but I'm not cool with it haha
User avatar #417 - Xedan (06/28/2013) [-]
I mean you can think of it like that, but every country in the New World has that story. I don't know, I lost sympathy for it when I learned that the first indians to welcome colonists actually stuck a deal with them that the tribe would teach them survival techniques if the male settlers (along with their weapons, namely guns) teamed up with the indians to launch a surprise assault on a nearby enemy tribe. Humans are humans. If the native americans had had better technology at the time, they would've exterminated the colonists all the same as we did them. Yeah, we stole their land, I'll give you that, but there was nothing unusually cruel about it, not in the full scope of human history anyways.
User avatar #423 - thesuperhanz (06/29/2013) [-]
The thing that I thought was cruel was the extermination of the buffalo people, I mean the colonists couldn't defeat the natives so they killed nearly all the buffalo people. I mean what did the buffalo people do to the colonists, ain't never seen no buffalo people start no war.
User avatar #430 - Xedan (07/08/2013) [-]
excuse my ignorance (and my late response) but what are buffalo people? I've heard of buffalo soldiers, and I know they almost exterminated all the actual buffalo, but I don't know what you mean by buffalo people.
#82 - how are they meant to learn how love and relationships work if…  [+] (5 new replies) 06/28/2013 on 156 -4
User avatar #101 - ilovehitler (06/28/2013) [-]
You can learn about love and relationships without having sex at age 14.
User avatar #173 - thesuperhanz (06/29/2013) [-]
Still don't see the problem with having sex at 14 end of the day it's a personal choice (most of the time it's not yours though (for the neckbeards) ) I had sex at 14 and it's not like I'm a bad person for it.
User avatar #174 - ilovehitler (06/29/2013) [-]
Except it's generally not the right choice, or a good choice, as a 14 year old to have sex.
1. 14 year olds generally do not know what actual love is, and would more than likely confuse lust or infatuation for it, which is not an appropriate reason for any serious relationship.
2. The younger you are, the more dangerous it is to give birth.
User avatar #175 - thesuperhanz (07/04/2013) [-]
But weren't 14 year olds untill recently getting married, throughout history as soon as someone hits puberty they be at it
User avatar #176 - ilovehitler (07/04/2013) [-]
And, for a large amount of time, they didn't have much choice in the matter.
#405 - thanks 06/28/2013 on Alternate usage of AC 0
#404 - indeed that is a fact, the same crime but for different reason…  [+] (7 new replies) 06/28/2013 on Alternate usage of AC 0
User avatar #410 - Xedan (06/28/2013) [-]
I think you've been taught a biased version of the history of the american civil war. I don't blame you for thinking it was fought over slavery, that's what they taught me in school and I even live in the south. But the war really was about state power vs federal power. When the Confederate States of America were acting as their own nation, every state was given as much say over their land and their citizens as they wanted, and that's how they truly believed it should be. The biggest single instigator, as I have come to know it, wasn't the issue of slavery, but the steep tariffs the federal government was imposing. Tariffs which, though they applied to the entire united states, only severely hurt southerners who relied on over-seas business to stay afloat. The south wasn't scared that their slaves were gonna be taken away, they were scared that the federal government could enact laws detrimental to their way of life, and that they would be powerless to stop it. They wanted instead to live in a country with a weak federal government, where a state could "negate" a federal law it disagreed with, in its own borders. Thus, the Confederate States of America formed.
User avatar #411 - thesuperhanz (06/28/2013) [-]
But was slavery not a big part of their way of life? I understand all the tarriffs and federal vs state and all, but at the end of the day what is a way of life to a life of slavery?
User avatar #413 - Xedan (06/28/2013) [-]
their way of life wasn't slavery, it was agriculture, plain and simple. slavery was just key to life as they knew it, because I mean, fuck, why pay for labor you can get for free? they could have lived the same lives they were living without slavery. Hell, they probably would've kept using blacks for the labor, but just have to pay them for it. somewhere it's recorded that the confederacy's leaders were aware that slavery would fade out in time.
User avatar #415 - thesuperhanz (06/28/2013) [-]
That's all well and good, but at the end of the day America the land of the free was built on the extermination of the indigenous people and by killing their food supply I mean I know it was hundreds of years ago but I'm not cool with it haha
User avatar #417 - Xedan (06/28/2013) [-]
I mean you can think of it like that, but every country in the New World has that story. I don't know, I lost sympathy for it when I learned that the first indians to welcome colonists actually stuck a deal with them that the tribe would teach them survival techniques if the male settlers (along with their weapons, namely guns) teamed up with the indians to launch a surprise assault on a nearby enemy tribe. Humans are humans. If the native americans had had better technology at the time, they would've exterminated the colonists all the same as we did them. Yeah, we stole their land, I'll give you that, but there was nothing unusually cruel about it, not in the full scope of human history anyways.
User avatar #423 - thesuperhanz (06/29/2013) [-]
The thing that I thought was cruel was the extermination of the buffalo people, I mean the colonists couldn't defeat the natives so they killed nearly all the buffalo people. I mean what did the buffalo people do to the colonists, ain't never seen no buffalo people start no war.
User avatar #430 - Xedan (07/08/2013) [-]
excuse my ignorance (and my late response) but what are buffalo people? I've heard of buffalo soldiers, and I know they almost exterminated all the actual buffalo, but I don't know what you mean by buffalo people.
#400 - what do "cussing out" mean?  [+] (2 new replies) 06/28/2013 on Alternate usage of AC 0
User avatar #405 - thesuperhanz (06/28/2013) [-]
thanks
#397 - Britain has no constitution, or state division so America is a…  [+] (9 new replies) 06/28/2013 on Alternate usage of AC 0
User avatar #402 - Xedan (06/28/2013) [-]
I'm not saying that the colonists were going against the British constitution. I'm fully aware of my great ignorance towards the UK's law system and/or their historical law systems. I'm just saying that even though the South was going against the US constitution when they committed such treason, the founding fathers who wrote the US constitution were guilty of the very same class of treason, only they were successful.
User avatar #404 - thesuperhanz (06/28/2013) [-]
indeed that is a fact, the same crime but for different reasons. The Colonists were neither right nor wrong for what they did. Where as the confederates were supporting a seriously evil thing. In the UK laws are technically based on Church Of England values though religion is actually rare, like only some old people and a couple "weird" kids believe in it all. And most old people who don't believe say it's because of the blitz and seeing death and destruction, that's why I prefer the UK...We don't have enough freaky weird christian extremists to ruin shit and creationism isn't taught in schools as a scientific theory.
User avatar #410 - Xedan (06/28/2013) [-]
I think you've been taught a biased version of the history of the american civil war. I don't blame you for thinking it was fought over slavery, that's what they taught me in school and I even live in the south. But the war really was about state power vs federal power. When the Confederate States of America were acting as their own nation, every state was given as much say over their land and their citizens as they wanted, and that's how they truly believed it should be. The biggest single instigator, as I have come to know it, wasn't the issue of slavery, but the steep tariffs the federal government was imposing. Tariffs which, though they applied to the entire united states, only severely hurt southerners who relied on over-seas business to stay afloat. The south wasn't scared that their slaves were gonna be taken away, they were scared that the federal government could enact laws detrimental to their way of life, and that they would be powerless to stop it. They wanted instead to live in a country with a weak federal government, where a state could "negate" a federal law it disagreed with, in its own borders. Thus, the Confederate States of America formed.
User avatar #411 - thesuperhanz (06/28/2013) [-]
But was slavery not a big part of their way of life? I understand all the tarriffs and federal vs state and all, but at the end of the day what is a way of life to a life of slavery?
User avatar #413 - Xedan (06/28/2013) [-]
their way of life wasn't slavery, it was agriculture, plain and simple. slavery was just key to life as they knew it, because I mean, fuck, why pay for labor you can get for free? they could have lived the same lives they were living without slavery. Hell, they probably would've kept using blacks for the labor, but just have to pay them for it. somewhere it's recorded that the confederacy's leaders were aware that slavery would fade out in time.
User avatar #415 - thesuperhanz (06/28/2013) [-]
That's all well and good, but at the end of the day America the land of the free was built on the extermination of the indigenous people and by killing their food supply I mean I know it was hundreds of years ago but I'm not cool with it haha
User avatar #417 - Xedan (06/28/2013) [-]
I mean you can think of it like that, but every country in the New World has that story. I don't know, I lost sympathy for it when I learned that the first indians to welcome colonists actually stuck a deal with them that the tribe would teach them survival techniques if the male settlers (along with their weapons, namely guns) teamed up with the indians to launch a surprise assault on a nearby enemy tribe. Humans are humans. If the native americans had had better technology at the time, they would've exterminated the colonists all the same as we did them. Yeah, we stole their land, I'll give you that, but there was nothing unusually cruel about it, not in the full scope of human history anyways.
User avatar #423 - thesuperhanz (06/29/2013) [-]
The thing that I thought was cruel was the extermination of the buffalo people, I mean the colonists couldn't defeat the natives so they killed nearly all the buffalo people. I mean what did the buffalo people do to the colonists, ain't never seen no buffalo people start no war.
User avatar #430 - Xedan (07/08/2013) [-]
excuse my ignorance (and my late response) but what are buffalo people? I've heard of buffalo soldiers, and I know they almost exterminated all the actual buffalo, but I don't know what you mean by buffalo people.
#395 - I know it's all well and good to stand up and rebel...but they… 06/28/2013 on Alternate usage of AC -1
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#48 - lol what gf? 06/27/2013 on Poor Hannibal +2
#123 - The North is a ******** , that's were I live espec… 06/11/2013 on The British 0
#48 - Britain isn't the biggest place but everywhere is different...…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/11/2013 on The British +4
#53 - captainreposty (06/11/2013) [-]
Nope.
I live near Moss Side, and although it had a bad reputation at least the residents would give you the time of day. I actually worked in a pub near there so I talked with locals all the time.
Down south though.... eugh, I would never advise any foreigner visiting England/Britain to go down South, it's disgustingly elitist, where if your daddy doesn't own another man's soul you're looked down with repulse.

North = good; South = hellhole.
User avatar #123 - thesuperhanz (06/11/2013) [-]
The North is a shithole, that's were I live especially ex mining towns probably the most depressing places in Britain
User avatar #77 - woodywoodlinson (06/11/2013) [-]
Everyone seems normal in Brighton. We get lots of tourists as well.
#54 - captainreposty (06/11/2013) [-]
(Oh, and with the council estates,they are filled with guns down south).

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User avatar #7 - amissingmouse (03/08/2013) [-]
Will you be my friend?
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Hi
#4 - radiserne (01/23/2013) [-]
Ye a wizard
#5 to #4 - thesuperhanz (01/24/2013) [-]
enjoy this gif. may you use it against reposters in the future
enjoy this gif. may you use it against reposters in the future
#1 - leoroxis (04/08/2012) [-]
You seem butthurt
You seem butthurt
User avatar #2 to #1 - thesuperhanz (04/08/2012) [-]
link??
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