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thraza

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Date Signed Up:8/26/2010
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#15 - Picture 10/19/2014 on I needs me a new background 0
#1 - finger lick-in good  [+] (2 new replies) 10/15/2014 on I'm Lovin' it +19
#8 - wearethemods (10/15/2014) [-]
#3 - ninjapieguy (10/15/2014) [-]
#24 - its mostly because the quality of his videos are kinda ***…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/24/2014 on SJW takedown +58
User avatar #34 - rainbowisbestpone (09/24/2014) [-]
His videos are good if you watch one of them and never watch other. Because with second you just see that he stages almost everything I watched like 4 his videos playing some horror games and it felt really unbelievable after watching one.
#272 - anonymous (09/25/2014) [-]
His comment response videos are pretty fun even if his gameplay videos aren't
#6 - oh crime in Canada is huge. the ruthless syrup cartels battle … 09/22/2014 on karma police +21
#237 - its possible the police could shot someone and frame the shot …  [+] (1 new reply) 09/22/2014 on Murica 0
#238 - tjocksnorris (09/22/2014) [-]
yes indeed
#234 - well yea we have to sometimes sombody needs to die and you nee…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/22/2014 on Murica -2
#236 - tjocksnorris (09/22/2014) [-]
or yaknow, if it comes to a situation where its his words against someone elses
User avatar #237 - thraza (09/22/2014) [-]
its possible the police could shot someone and frame the shot as an attack which is certainly an issue. however that's an issue of corruption which should be handled by monitoring police activity with cameras, witness' and, evidence that would suggest that the cop was lying. which is why i think police should be required to have some sort of go-pro or something like that on him or her.
#238 - tjocksnorris (09/22/2014) [-]
yes indeed
#222 - no a gun is a lethal weapon it can be used non-lethally but al… 09/22/2014 on Murica -1
#144 - guns aren't perfectly accurate and hitting individual limbs is…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/22/2014 on Murica -2
#169 - shadowgandalf (09/22/2014) [-]
Are you trolling or something? If you can't hit a mans legs, at 10 meter away, then you are simply not supposed to own a firearm.

Also, you are not gonna kill anyone by shooting them repeadetly in the feet, unless you just let them bleed to death like an idiot, but that will take a long time, since the flow of blood in the feet is so weak.

And you are not gonna kill anyone with rubber bullet by shooting them in the legs. Don't kid yourself, you could shoot at small girls with rubber bullets, but if you only hit their legs, nothing of interrest will happen.
User avatar #222 - thraza (09/22/2014) [-]
no a gun is a lethal weapon it can be used non-lethally but all training with guns encourages "eliminate the threat first" because the survival of the shooter and innocent nearby people is top priority. the threats survival is secondary so center mass is preferred as it minimizes chances of missing and takes down the threat quickly. if you want to take down an opponent. also officers often fire there weapon under stress in not necessarily ideal conditions with their lives and other peoples lives at risk the longer they wait when they are planning to shoot. here is a link on the issues of the topic.
www.pfoa.co.uk/110/shooting-to-wound
#126 - the police are trained to shoot for center mass because 1. leg…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/22/2014 on Murica -5
#139 - shadowgandalf (09/22/2014) [-]
1. The police are hopefully trained to actually aim, and not blindly fireing at the heart. They are supposed to serve and protect, not kill. Your justice system, which the police is NOT a part of, is the only instance that can legally sentence people to death.

2. Step one, shoot asswipe in the leg/foot. Step two, beat grap the arm that he have the knife in. Step 3, call ambulance and stop the bleeding.

3. Alternatively, you can shoot him in the legs, and if you are still too scared to go near him, you can keep shooting him in the feet, until he drops the knife.

User avatar #144 - thraza (09/22/2014) [-]
guns aren't perfectly accurate and hitting individual limbs is not easy especially the ones that move more often. also the risk of missing risks bystanders and protecting them is more important. step two still puts the police officer at risk of being stabbed so no police officer is going to want to get close until the knife is out of his hands and there's an opportunity to kick it away. shooting someone in the legs is a harder target and will likely result in death just a bit slower. shooting someone in the feet may cause them to clench the knife harder and could just end up missing and ricocheting into nearby individuals. also you never are supposed to shoot someone unless you want to kill them as death is a strong possibility even with rubber bullets.
#169 - shadowgandalf (09/22/2014) [-]
Are you trolling or something? If you can't hit a mans legs, at 10 meter away, then you are simply not supposed to own a firearm.

Also, you are not gonna kill anyone by shooting them repeadetly in the feet, unless you just let them bleed to death like an idiot, but that will take a long time, since the flow of blood in the feet is so weak.

And you are not gonna kill anyone with rubber bullet by shooting them in the legs. Don't kid yourself, you could shoot at small girls with rubber bullets, but if you only hit their legs, nothing of interrest will happen.
User avatar #222 - thraza (09/22/2014) [-]
no a gun is a lethal weapon it can be used non-lethally but all training with guns encourages "eliminate the threat first" because the survival of the shooter and innocent nearby people is top priority. the threats survival is secondary so center mass is preferred as it minimizes chances of missing and takes down the threat quickly. if you want to take down an opponent. also officers often fire there weapon under stress in not necessarily ideal conditions with their lives and other peoples lives at risk the longer they wait when they are planning to shoot. here is a link on the issues of the topic.
www.pfoa.co.uk/110/shooting-to-wound
#115 - the purpose of the police is to uphold the law and protect the…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/22/2014 on Murica -4
#119 - shadowgandalf (09/22/2014) [-]
Yes, but even the most inexperienced shooter would be able to disable a man on point blank range with a gun.
When you are a dozen full grown men against 1, and all he have is a fucking IKEA knife, then there is NO excuse to not kill him.

You don't even need the guns, just beat him with your sticks or something.
User avatar #126 - thraza (09/22/2014) [-]
the police are trained to shoot for center mass because 1. leg shot do leave a high chance of bleeding out and the criminal may still be able to take action 2. all other limbs would either be to risky to shoot due to being a smaller target with the risk of missing and the bullet hitting someone else. a crazy man with a knife can do a lot of damage to the police if they get close which risks the lives of the police officers and they would not want to risk their own lives for the sake of a mad man.
#139 - shadowgandalf (09/22/2014) [-]
1. The police are hopefully trained to actually aim, and not blindly fireing at the heart. They are supposed to serve and protect, not kill. Your justice system, which the police is NOT a part of, is the only instance that can legally sentence people to death.

2. Step one, shoot asswipe in the leg/foot. Step two, beat grap the arm that he have the knife in. Step 3, call ambulance and stop the bleeding.

3. Alternatively, you can shoot him in the legs, and if you are still too scared to go near him, you can keep shooting him in the feet, until he drops the knife.

User avatar #144 - thraza (09/22/2014) [-]
guns aren't perfectly accurate and hitting individual limbs is not easy especially the ones that move more often. also the risk of missing risks bystanders and protecting them is more important. step two still puts the police officer at risk of being stabbed so no police officer is going to want to get close until the knife is out of his hands and there's an opportunity to kick it away. shooting someone in the legs is a harder target and will likely result in death just a bit slower. shooting someone in the feet may cause them to clench the knife harder and could just end up missing and ricocheting into nearby individuals. also you never are supposed to shoot someone unless you want to kill them as death is a strong possibility even with rubber bullets.
#169 - shadowgandalf (09/22/2014) [-]
Are you trolling or something? If you can't hit a mans legs, at 10 meter away, then you are simply not supposed to own a firearm.

Also, you are not gonna kill anyone by shooting them repeadetly in the feet, unless you just let them bleed to death like an idiot, but that will take a long time, since the flow of blood in the feet is so weak.

And you are not gonna kill anyone with rubber bullet by shooting them in the legs. Don't kid yourself, you could shoot at small girls with rubber bullets, but if you only hit their legs, nothing of interrest will happen.
User avatar #222 - thraza (09/22/2014) [-]
no a gun is a lethal weapon it can be used non-lethally but all training with guns encourages "eliminate the threat first" because the survival of the shooter and innocent nearby people is top priority. the threats survival is secondary so center mass is preferred as it minimizes chances of missing and takes down the threat quickly. if you want to take down an opponent. also officers often fire there weapon under stress in not necessarily ideal conditions with their lives and other peoples lives at risk the longer they wait when they are planning to shoot. here is a link on the issues of the topic.
www.pfoa.co.uk/110/shooting-to-wound
#94 - most police officers in america and Canada are taught that a g…  [+] (13 new replies) 09/22/2014 on Murica -5
#155 - tjocksnorris (09/22/2014) [-]
yey lets give some membesr of society the right to kill people if they think its right, god i love this world
User avatar #234 - thraza (09/22/2014) [-]
well yea we have to sometimes sombody needs to die and you need to have someone being the killer its why we have armies. the solution to prevent abuse of such abilitys is to make rules to prevent abuse and have them answer to someone. a police can just shoot anybody and even under justified conditions they will be piled under scrutiny and paper work if they do. it also isnt about if they think its right its if the law thinks its right.
#236 - tjocksnorris (09/22/2014) [-]
or yaknow, if it comes to a situation where its his words against someone elses
User avatar #237 - thraza (09/22/2014) [-]
its possible the police could shot someone and frame the shot as an attack which is certainly an issue. however that's an issue of corruption which should be handled by monitoring police activity with cameras, witness' and, evidence that would suggest that the cop was lying. which is why i think police should be required to have some sort of go-pro or something like that on him or her.
#238 - tjocksnorris (09/22/2014) [-]
yes indeed
#111 - shadowgandalf (09/22/2014) [-]
Then they should not be allowed to handle firearms.
If you teach them, that their primary self defence weapon is purely for killing, then you are effectively giving them a licens to kill.
User avatar #115 - thraza (09/22/2014) [-]
the purpose of the police is to uphold the law and protect the innocent from crimes. if they do not have the means to disable the criminal non-lethaly then they would have to shot the person otherwise they would leave nearby citizens at risk of being harmed which is why they are allowed guns.
#119 - shadowgandalf (09/22/2014) [-]
Yes, but even the most inexperienced shooter would be able to disable a man on point blank range with a gun.
When you are a dozen full grown men against 1, and all he have is a fucking IKEA knife, then there is NO excuse to not kill him.

You don't even need the guns, just beat him with your sticks or something.
User avatar #126 - thraza (09/22/2014) [-]
the police are trained to shoot for center mass because 1. leg shot do leave a high chance of bleeding out and the criminal may still be able to take action 2. all other limbs would either be to risky to shoot due to being a smaller target with the risk of missing and the bullet hitting someone else. a crazy man with a knife can do a lot of damage to the police if they get close which risks the lives of the police officers and they would not want to risk their own lives for the sake of a mad man.
#139 - shadowgandalf (09/22/2014) [-]
1. The police are hopefully trained to actually aim, and not blindly fireing at the heart. They are supposed to serve and protect, not kill. Your justice system, which the police is NOT a part of, is the only instance that can legally sentence people to death.

2. Step one, shoot asswipe in the leg/foot. Step two, beat grap the arm that he have the knife in. Step 3, call ambulance and stop the bleeding.

3. Alternatively, you can shoot him in the legs, and if you are still too scared to go near him, you can keep shooting him in the feet, until he drops the knife.

User avatar #144 - thraza (09/22/2014) [-]
guns aren't perfectly accurate and hitting individual limbs is not easy especially the ones that move more often. also the risk of missing risks bystanders and protecting them is more important. step two still puts the police officer at risk of being stabbed so no police officer is going to want to get close until the knife is out of his hands and there's an opportunity to kick it away. shooting someone in the legs is a harder target and will likely result in death just a bit slower. shooting someone in the feet may cause them to clench the knife harder and could just end up missing and ricocheting into nearby individuals. also you never are supposed to shoot someone unless you want to kill them as death is a strong possibility even with rubber bullets.
#169 - shadowgandalf (09/22/2014) [-]
Are you trolling or something? If you can't hit a mans legs, at 10 meter away, then you are simply not supposed to own a firearm.

Also, you are not gonna kill anyone by shooting them repeadetly in the feet, unless you just let them bleed to death like an idiot, but that will take a long time, since the flow of blood in the feet is so weak.

And you are not gonna kill anyone with rubber bullet by shooting them in the legs. Don't kid yourself, you could shoot at small girls with rubber bullets, but if you only hit their legs, nothing of interrest will happen.
User avatar #222 - thraza (09/22/2014) [-]
no a gun is a lethal weapon it can be used non-lethally but all training with guns encourages "eliminate the threat first" because the survival of the shooter and innocent nearby people is top priority. the threats survival is secondary so center mass is preferred as it minimizes chances of missing and takes down the threat quickly. if you want to take down an opponent. also officers often fire there weapon under stress in not necessarily ideal conditions with their lives and other peoples lives at risk the longer they wait when they are planning to shoot. here is a link on the issues of the topic.
www.pfoa.co.uk/110/shooting-to-wound
#131 - yea but a greedy bastard is much more reasonable than an ideol… 09/19/2014 on image deleted after 5 minutes 0
#37 - cant find anything to indicate deleted comments only some peop… 09/18/2014 on OC How I feel after Zoe... 0
#5 - Comment deleted  [+] (1 new reply) 09/18/2014 on Space +4
#6 - procrasturbate Comment deleted by thraza
#8 - the article revived editors choice and the comment section was…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/18/2014 on OC How I feel after Zoe... +5
#11 - anonymous (09/18/2014) [-]
Proof or don't go spewing bullshit.
User avatar #37 - thraza (09/18/2014) [-]
cant find anything to indicate deleted comments only some people mentioning it in the comments. though i do have the editors comment in support of Zoe.
"Editor's Note: A few weeks ago our message board and general inbox were bombarded with demands we address something called the "GamerGate Scandal", posts written with the urgency and rage one would associate with, say, discovering that Chipotle burritos are made entirely from the meat of human babies. It's apparently a big deal in some circles, so we followed the links and read the piles of data presented, and had to stop and take a deep breath just to grasp it all. "Gentlemen," we said amid the stunned silence, "do you realize that if what they're saying is true, then this is still the most pointless fucking bullshit anyone has ever forced us to read?"

The "scandal" turned out to be an excuse for an Internet harassment campaign against a random indie game developer who, like many such targets, was a female and a feminist."
#4 - to be fair the Africans wanted the colonial nations to leave early. 09/01/2014 on pretty high horse +2
#149 - this isn't the first time hes been an asshole about something … 08/30/2014 on and this is why you're out... 0
#7 - if its stupid and it works its not stupid. 08/30/2014 on Teach The Cat to Shit in... +14
#2 - pretty sure that happens in most situations with swat and swat… 08/29/2014 on warning: rage inducing 0
#23 - Picture 08/28/2014 on Crusader Kings 2 steam key 0
#4 - its a sweedish prison so probably better than his alternatives. 08/26/2014 on I think it starts with a C +3
#2 - Albania its in the balkans 08/26/2014 on Simple Arithmetics +12
#136 - it looks like a member of the kkk with a latex fetish 08/22/2014 on why havent we heard of this... 0
#7 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 08/21/2014 on Read the Description... +1
User avatar #20 - drololol (08/21/2014) [-]
Good sauce, get thumb.
#2 - its more about causing confusion to the future said archaeolog…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/16/2014 on Cool skeletons +3
#12 - anonymous (08/16/2014) [-]
Furthermore, the sunglasses would actually be helpful for future identification, as this would be a relatively contemporaneous event and thus if one set of bones could be ID'd by radiocarbon dating to say 2100, then future exhumations would be able to be put in that time frame too, give or take 50 years calibration.

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