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#25 - implying feminists and gamergate arent both stupid hate groups…  [+] (1 new reply) 19 hours ago on Poor Bastard -2
User avatar #27 - ponchosdm (19 hours ago) [-]
yes, I do imply that the other people that are not the feminists, are not a hate group...
#24 - implying feminists and gamergate arent both stupid hate groups… 19 hours ago on Poor Bastard -3
#45 - >post random thing >say "yfw (random thing) … 11/22/2014 on yfw (desc.) 0
#6 - not funny and not a haiku, not even a good choice for the game itself 11/22/2014 on White privilege 0
#32 - roll picture 11/21/2014 on Have you ever thrown so hard 0
#22 - thats actually a really good idea on how to rob people.... 11/13/2014 on The Streaker +7
#27 - lmao, minimum wage. try 12. 50 an hour plus a fifty cent raise…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/05/2014 on Tell me again why you're on... -1
#35 - funbaggy (11/05/2014) [-]
I work at a warehouse and the starting base pay is $11.90 and hour, and you are guaranteed a raise after a year. Also, there were always positions opening up for higher paying jobs. The work was pretty hard though.
User avatar #32 - midgetnigger (11/05/2014) [-]
I can confirm. My pops has worked for UPS for 24 years and makes about $35/hr. Shit hours and a lot of hard work though.
#315 - animals feel bro, mother whales are devastated when their chil… 10/31/2014 on The feely feel that feels .... 0
#49 - yes..  [+] (2 new replies) 10/31/2014 on The feely feel that feels .... -1
User avatar #118 - goldenglimmer (10/31/2014) [-]
Dude, first it was the creatine, now this. You really need to start doing some research and building some factual foundation for your opinions, because the stubborn conviction you have when declaring them is completely unjustified if you don't, and you only come across as juvenile and ignorant. I'm saying this as a friend.

Sure, animals (which is a broad term encompassing basically any living organism, that aren't part of the plant kingdom, on Earth) can have varying degrees of emotional capabilities, but none come even close to the human capacity to feel. Our emotional sophistication is deeply rooted to our highly developed sense of self, or consciousness, which so far has only been proven to exist at all in us, the human animal. Without including the philosophical implications, on a purely practical level, we are way, and I mean way more advanced than any animal of which we are currently familiar with. This is just unequivocal fact, determined by vigorous study for centuries.

There are some recent studies that suggest a few different types of animals may have a very basic form of self understanding, but reading through these studies, it becomes evident that even if they have an inkling of any form of sentience, it cannot even begin to compare to the phenomenon that is human consciousness. Just not at all. Like, not even close. Seriously.

So yes, animals can feel. I know my dog feels happy or sad; if that's an instinctive or cultivated response, I don't know, but I sure treat him like a person sometimes, despite having my doubts about how profound his emotions are practically speaking.

TL;DR: Do a quick search on the internet, read some books, follow some modern and up-to-date science outlets and forums, and then start forming an opinion on things. However, rule of thumb, no matter how much you know, don't ever become arrogant (which you kind of were now), because although you may have knowledge, you never Know with a capital K.

Peace out, brotha.
#315 - theydontlikeu (10/31/2014) [-]
animals feel bro, mother whales are devastated when their children die, elephants mourn the loss of their families and can even go into depression, even fish can feel. and yeah i know that no animal has as much of a developed form of emotion as human beings, but they can feel still, but the thing is, humans are animals, just much more evolved, so is it too much to believe that these complex emotions and reactions are just a highly evolved form of our basic instincts?
#47 - all animals feel  [+] (4 new replies) 10/31/2014 on The feely feel that feels .... -1
User avatar #48 - hankhillofthe (10/31/2014) [-]
Not like humans do.

We've got the whole package, every known emotion.

Though it is possible some animals feel emotions we're not familiar with.
#49 - theydontlikeu (10/31/2014) [-]
yes..
User avatar #118 - goldenglimmer (10/31/2014) [-]
Dude, first it was the creatine, now this. You really need to start doing some research and building some factual foundation for your opinions, because the stubborn conviction you have when declaring them is completely unjustified if you don't, and you only come across as juvenile and ignorant. I'm saying this as a friend.

Sure, animals (which is a broad term encompassing basically any living organism, that aren't part of the plant kingdom, on Earth) can have varying degrees of emotional capabilities, but none come even close to the human capacity to feel. Our emotional sophistication is deeply rooted to our highly developed sense of self, or consciousness, which so far has only been proven to exist at all in us, the human animal. Without including the philosophical implications, on a purely practical level, we are way, and I mean way more advanced than any animal of which we are currently familiar with. This is just unequivocal fact, determined by vigorous study for centuries.

There are some recent studies that suggest a few different types of animals may have a very basic form of self understanding, but reading through these studies, it becomes evident that even if they have an inkling of any form of sentience, it cannot even begin to compare to the phenomenon that is human consciousness. Just not at all. Like, not even close. Seriously.

So yes, animals can feel. I know my dog feels happy or sad; if that's an instinctive or cultivated response, I don't know, but I sure treat him like a person sometimes, despite having my doubts about how profound his emotions are practically speaking.

TL;DR: Do a quick search on the internet, read some books, follow some modern and up-to-date science outlets and forums, and then start forming an opinion on things. However, rule of thumb, no matter how much you know, don't ever become arrogant (which you kind of were now), because although you may have knowledge, you never Know with a capital K.

Peace out, brotha.
#315 - theydontlikeu (10/31/2014) [-]
animals feel bro, mother whales are devastated when their children die, elephants mourn the loss of their families and can even go into depression, even fish can feel. and yeah i know that no animal has as much of a developed form of emotion as human beings, but they can feel still, but the thing is, humans are animals, just much more evolved, so is it too much to believe that these complex emotions and reactions are just a highly evolved form of our basic instincts?

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User avatar #1 - BionicFlame (05/13/2014) [-]
Cause of your most recent post I bought Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen. I hope it's as good as you say.
#2 to #1 - theydontlikeu (05/13/2014) [-]
proud of you. if you need any help understanding anything, let me know
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