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#9 - what episode is that again?  [+] (2 new replies) 06/08/2013 on Aston Martin 0
#72 - anonymous (06/08/2013) [-]
Season 8 Episode 8 UK TopGear.
Have a nice day.
User avatar #89 - thraza (06/08/2013) [-]
thanks
#167 - well 1. our resource supply is certainly vast but as power dem…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/27/2013 on someday we'll look up and... 0
User avatar #168 - AreyouSerious (05/27/2013) [-]
I agree with the military element that it can be used for a battle for space superiority. That would probably be the only reason in my eyes. I mean we only sent a man on the moon to 1 up the Russians that were to experiment with anything.
#165 - true but its not unlimited and in the far future were such a t…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/25/2013 on someday we'll look up and... 0
User avatar #166 - AreyouSerious (05/25/2013) [-]
here is so much fuel on earth from oil, coal, natural gas, renewable resources and radioactive material in if we were to seriously consider digging the moon for energy we'd be fucked already
User avatar #167 - thraza (05/27/2013) [-]
well 1. our resource supply is certainly vast but as power demand increases and difficulty of getting certain fuels goes up some power sources may become obsolete
2. we are no going to be stuck on earth forever and colony's are resource hungry
3. lifting off from the moon is cheaper so mining for resources for building ships and space stations is easier from the moon.
3. building a colony on the moon is useful for military operations as the moon would allow deployment rapidly into earths orbit.
4. the moon could end up like a glorified pit stop as taking enough fuel for a trip to the moon and refueling there would be cheaper.
5.due to the moon having no atmosphere there are tons of elements and substance that cant be easly found on earth
User avatar #168 - AreyouSerious (05/27/2013) [-]
I agree with the military element that it can be used for a battle for space superiority. That would probably be the only reason in my eyes. I mean we only sent a man on the moon to 1 up the Russians that were to experiment with anything.
#44 - is is useful stuff on the moon planets with no atmosphere have…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/23/2013 on someday we'll look up and... 0
User avatar #111 - AreyouSerious (05/23/2013) [-]
We have so many things we can use for fuel on Earth.
User avatar #165 - thraza (05/25/2013) [-]
true but its not unlimited and in the far future were such a thing might be possible resources will be tight and in shortage especially resources with radioactive decay
User avatar #166 - AreyouSerious (05/25/2013) [-]
here is so much fuel on earth from oil, coal, natural gas, renewable resources and radioactive material in if we were to seriously consider digging the moon for energy we'd be fucked already
User avatar #167 - thraza (05/27/2013) [-]
well 1. our resource supply is certainly vast but as power demand increases and difficulty of getting certain fuels goes up some power sources may become obsolete
2. we are no going to be stuck on earth forever and colony's are resource hungry
3. lifting off from the moon is cheaper so mining for resources for building ships and space stations is easier from the moon.
3. building a colony on the moon is useful for military operations as the moon would allow deployment rapidly into earths orbit.
4. the moon could end up like a glorified pit stop as taking enough fuel for a trip to the moon and refueling there would be cheaper.
5.due to the moon having no atmosphere there are tons of elements and substance that cant be easly found on earth
User avatar #168 - AreyouSerious (05/27/2013) [-]
I agree with the military element that it can be used for a battle for space superiority. That would probably be the only reason in my eyes. I mean we only sent a man on the moon to 1 up the Russians that were to experiment with anything.
#5 - when i saw "what my dog thinks.." 05/11/2013 on Coldsnap + Forge Spirits +8
#35 - i mean to say isnt generating as strong of a magnetic field as… 04/27/2013 on heeheeheeheeheehee 0
#33 - radiation weak magnetic field and dust storms. mars is spinni…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/27/2013 on heeheeheeheeheehee 0
User avatar #35 - thraza (04/27/2013) [-]
i mean to say isnt generating as strong of a magnetic field as the earth
#32 - and universal healthcare is just a tax. you pay money and evey… 04/27/2013 on 'Murica. +2
#28 - if it is morally incorrect to make another human being to surr…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/27/2013 on 'Murica. +2
#29 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
there are certain evils which are required, I advocate for more sin taxes and a flat tax, but I heavily disagree with forced charity
User avatar #154 - douthit (04/28/2013) [-]
Isn't every tax just forced charity?
User avatar #32 - thraza (04/27/2013) [-]
and universal healthcare is just a tax. you pay money and eveyone who is a citizen living in the country see some kind of benefit to. some will pay more than the mony they cost to the system and some will pay less. the problem is you dont know weather you are going to be the person who pays more than their worth to the sytem or the opposite. that how tax's work. for example your taxes go to pay the maintenance of the roads but you may not drive very often so you end up paying more than your burden on the system. the reason for this one person pays more and one person pays less is that in other ways you are burdens to the system. another exsample is my father who is suffering from many illnesses at once. before he was sick he brought more to the system that he took out. if you ever want to understand universal healthcare stop seeing it as charity but rather as an investment. you may loose on your investment or you may gain on it. but with universal healthcare every one has to chip in something to ensure it works. also the healthcare system can be split up to individual states and can be done in different ways. a system i think you might agree on is one that uses government bargening power combined with tax's to lower the cost of medication since almost every one buys some form of medical drug during their life time.
#25 - its just a matter of bringing it to the larger scale and im no…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/27/2013 on 'Murica. +1
#27 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
It isnt right, no matter your justification, no matter the cause, to force another human being to surrender their money, if they dont want to pay for someone else they shouldnt be forced to
User avatar #28 - thraza (04/27/2013) [-]
if it is morally incorrect to make another human being to surrender their money then what are taxes? after all not evey one agrees with certain taxes so should people be allowed to ignore taxes that they do not benefit from?
#29 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
there are certain evils which are required, I advocate for more sin taxes and a flat tax, but I heavily disagree with forced charity
User avatar #154 - douthit (04/28/2013) [-]
Isn't every tax just forced charity?
User avatar #32 - thraza (04/27/2013) [-]
and universal healthcare is just a tax. you pay money and eveyone who is a citizen living in the country see some kind of benefit to. some will pay more than the mony they cost to the system and some will pay less. the problem is you dont know weather you are going to be the person who pays more than their worth to the sytem or the opposite. that how tax's work. for example your taxes go to pay the maintenance of the roads but you may not drive very often so you end up paying more than your burden on the system. the reason for this one person pays more and one person pays less is that in other ways you are burdens to the system. another exsample is my father who is suffering from many illnesses at once. before he was sick he brought more to the system that he took out. if you ever want to understand universal healthcare stop seeing it as charity but rather as an investment. you may loose on your investment or you may gain on it. but with universal healthcare every one has to chip in something to ensure it works. also the healthcare system can be split up to individual states and can be done in different ways. a system i think you might agree on is one that uses government bargening power combined with tax's to lower the cost of medication since almost every one buys some form of medical drug during their life time.
#24 - and its just a matter of bringing it to a much larger scale an…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/27/2013 on 'Murica. 0
#26 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
ITS BEEN TRIED BEFORE JESUS FUCKING CHRIST MAN! not only is it against the very constitution of our nation, to force a man to buy a product, its not morally right to demand someone pay for another mans medical bills you wouldnt make me buy you a car!? why should I be FORCED to give to charity, if I didnt get drained of money by force to pay for charities I dont agree with, Id give a hell of a lot more than I do to charity! AND IM A MEMBER OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES, I have given everything MY LIFE, MY TIME, MY FREEDOM, any chance at having a family to defend this nation, to keep it safe, and secure, and to help others, I work with the Emergency services branch Im one of the guys who shows up at natural disasters to help injured and displaced people, IVE GIVEN MY DUES and I dont think its fucking right to demand any man or woman GIVE to charity, thats why its called GIVING... this isnt a question of helping others its down theft, its stealing from one man to make sure another one lives, no matter how just the cause you cant steal, this isnt the story of robinhood, its that of a country
#77 - Killerwale (04/27/2013) [-]
also comparing our country's population with one of your states is fucked up, it's not our fault most of the country is a barren waste land of swamps and forest and the fact we're in winter for about 3/4 of the year, while you Americans can enjoy a some what stable and easily develop-able land while we struggle to even build and maintain our roads because of the hardships of living more north than anyone would like, also if you look at it, most of us live extremely near the borders of both our countries, you don't see the middle of Canada with much of a population, I don't know where I'm going with this, just seeing a population comparison and a argument about a system of health seems fuck up for me, it's not about the number of people, it's about what works, and how the country's people look upon it. hate me if you want, I'll still be here
#73 - Killerwale (04/27/2013) [-]
just sit back, and think over your morals meng, I agree with this, you got some fucked up morals, *raises both hands* that's just my opinion
#22 - true but with a universal healthcare plan im covered for most …  [+] (8 new replies) 04/27/2013 on 'Murica. +2
#23 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
Again I point out that your country doesnt have a population equal to half that of our nation... yet you think that the same exact plan would work for a country of 313 MILLION people? You are Americas hat, you have a nice little society up there and it works well for your people, but guess what? 313 MILLION is a big fucking number, we have a rather high unemployment rate, we have a lot more that our government is forced to pay for in expenses and you want to add more taxes to what is essentially the country that acts as the UNs battering ram? do you want the world economy to collapse or do you really live in a fantasy world where muffins and cupcakes fall from the fuckin sky to feed all the homeless in the world? because if you do live in such a place PLEASE give me directions id love to see it your not qualified as a Canadian to talk about implementing Nationalized healthcare in America, stick to your own countries politics or at the very least recognize why there are differences between the 2 ok?
#82 - anonymous (04/27/2013) [-]
You're argument is that expenses of universal healthcare in the US would be a lot higher than in Canada, since there are 8,23 times more citizens in the former. But there are roughly 8,23 time more people paying taxes as well. Now you might argue that the US unemployment rate is higher, and thus there are less people supporting the population. But as a matter of fact, the US unemployment rate is only marginally higher, at 7,6 compared to 7,4. Furthermore, the reason that the US unemployment rate is so high, is that the percentage of your taxes that go to warfare are the highest in the world, and hence doesn't stimulate the economy in the same way as it would if the money were to go to, say, doctors.
User avatar #25 - thraza (04/27/2013) [-]
its just a matter of bringing it to the larger scale and im not saying this need's to be done right away small changes like cheaper prescriptions and universal health care in the states that would benefit it the most. healthcare in canada originated in Alberta and Saskatoon provinces with a significantly smaller population than most other provinces. when healthcare originated there was little or no opposition and they let it become a national thing and it worked out perfectly for us. universal healthcare isn't one big jump the country trying to make it a part of the country can stop at any point in this change and decide that either the system isn't working for them or stick with the current progress made and decide that is the extent of their free healthcare system
#27 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
It isnt right, no matter your justification, no matter the cause, to force another human being to surrender their money, if they dont want to pay for someone else they shouldnt be forced to
User avatar #28 - thraza (04/27/2013) [-]
if it is morally incorrect to make another human being to surrender their money then what are taxes? after all not evey one agrees with certain taxes so should people be allowed to ignore taxes that they do not benefit from?
#29 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
there are certain evils which are required, I advocate for more sin taxes and a flat tax, but I heavily disagree with forced charity
User avatar #154 - douthit (04/28/2013) [-]
Isn't every tax just forced charity?
User avatar #32 - thraza (04/27/2013) [-]
and universal healthcare is just a tax. you pay money and eveyone who is a citizen living in the country see some kind of benefit to. some will pay more than the mony they cost to the system and some will pay less. the problem is you dont know weather you are going to be the person who pays more than their worth to the sytem or the opposite. that how tax's work. for example your taxes go to pay the maintenance of the roads but you may not drive very often so you end up paying more than your burden on the system. the reason for this one person pays more and one person pays less is that in other ways you are burdens to the system. another exsample is my father who is suffering from many illnesses at once. before he was sick he brought more to the system that he took out. if you ever want to understand universal healthcare stop seeing it as charity but rather as an investment. you may loose on your investment or you may gain on it. but with universal healthcare every one has to chip in something to ensure it works. also the healthcare system can be split up to individual states and can be done in different ways. a system i think you might agree on is one that uses government bargening power combined with tax's to lower the cost of medication since almost every one buys some form of medical drug during their life time.
#20 - well its not like forcing charity because they get something i…  [+] (10 new replies) 04/27/2013 on 'Murica. +2
#21 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
The latter! because I have a plan which works well I pay a 20 dollar copay fee, insurance covers my basic needs, Ive had big medical bills before, and I wouldnt want anyone but my own family being forced to pay for them!
User avatar #22 - thraza (04/27/2013) [-]
true but with a universal healthcare plan im covered for most things (you still have to pay for pills but they way cheaper here) and its much easier to manage and as i said earlier some insurance company may weasel out of agreement's leaving family's to take loans. in my perspective i would rather a system that was more reliable and one that the people could have more control over
#23 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
Again I point out that your country doesnt have a population equal to half that of our nation... yet you think that the same exact plan would work for a country of 313 MILLION people? You are Americas hat, you have a nice little society up there and it works well for your people, but guess what? 313 MILLION is a big fucking number, we have a rather high unemployment rate, we have a lot more that our government is forced to pay for in expenses and you want to add more taxes to what is essentially the country that acts as the UNs battering ram? do you want the world economy to collapse or do you really live in a fantasy world where muffins and cupcakes fall from the fuckin sky to feed all the homeless in the world? because if you do live in such a place PLEASE give me directions id love to see it your not qualified as a Canadian to talk about implementing Nationalized healthcare in America, stick to your own countries politics or at the very least recognize why there are differences between the 2 ok?
#82 - anonymous (04/27/2013) [-]
You're argument is that expenses of universal healthcare in the US would be a lot higher than in Canada, since there are 8,23 times more citizens in the former. But there are roughly 8,23 time more people paying taxes as well. Now you might argue that the US unemployment rate is higher, and thus there are less people supporting the population. But as a matter of fact, the US unemployment rate is only marginally higher, at 7,6 compared to 7,4. Furthermore, the reason that the US unemployment rate is so high, is that the percentage of your taxes that go to warfare are the highest in the world, and hence doesn't stimulate the economy in the same way as it would if the money were to go to, say, doctors.
User avatar #25 - thraza (04/27/2013) [-]
its just a matter of bringing it to the larger scale and im not saying this need's to be done right away small changes like cheaper prescriptions and universal health care in the states that would benefit it the most. healthcare in canada originated in Alberta and Saskatoon provinces with a significantly smaller population than most other provinces. when healthcare originated there was little or no opposition and they let it become a national thing and it worked out perfectly for us. universal healthcare isn't one big jump the country trying to make it a part of the country can stop at any point in this change and decide that either the system isn't working for them or stick with the current progress made and decide that is the extent of their free healthcare system
#27 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
It isnt right, no matter your justification, no matter the cause, to force another human being to surrender their money, if they dont want to pay for someone else they shouldnt be forced to
User avatar #28 - thraza (04/27/2013) [-]
if it is morally incorrect to make another human being to surrender their money then what are taxes? after all not evey one agrees with certain taxes so should people be allowed to ignore taxes that they do not benefit from?
#29 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
there are certain evils which are required, I advocate for more sin taxes and a flat tax, but I heavily disagree with forced charity
User avatar #154 - douthit (04/28/2013) [-]
Isn't every tax just forced charity?
User avatar #32 - thraza (04/27/2013) [-]
and universal healthcare is just a tax. you pay money and eveyone who is a citizen living in the country see some kind of benefit to. some will pay more than the mony they cost to the system and some will pay less. the problem is you dont know weather you are going to be the person who pays more than their worth to the sytem or the opposite. that how tax's work. for example your taxes go to pay the maintenance of the roads but you may not drive very often so you end up paying more than your burden on the system. the reason for this one person pays more and one person pays less is that in other ways you are burdens to the system. another exsample is my father who is suffering from many illnesses at once. before he was sick he brought more to the system that he took out. if you ever want to understand universal healthcare stop seeing it as charity but rather as an investment. you may loose on your investment or you may gain on it. but with universal healthcare every one has to chip in something to ensure it works. also the healthcare system can be split up to individual states and can be done in different ways. a system i think you might agree on is one that uses government bargening power combined with tax's to lower the cost of medication since almost every one buys some form of medical drug during their life time.
#7 - *ahem*  [+] (20 new replies) 04/27/2013 on 'Murica. -5
#8 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
population of canada 34,482,779
population of California 38,041,430
your country has a smaller population than one of our states...
#115 - anonymous (04/27/2013) [-]
This is why poor people in the U.S. need to die. They are useless and just use up everyone else's money from healthcare and welfare.. Once they die, no more job shortages and no more high taxes because of welfare..
User avatar #24 - thraza (04/27/2013) [-]
and its just a matter of bringing it to a much larger scale and testing to see if it works on a larger scale.
#26 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
ITS BEEN TRIED BEFORE JESUS FUCKING CHRIST MAN! not only is it against the very constitution of our nation, to force a man to buy a product, its not morally right to demand someone pay for another mans medical bills you wouldnt make me buy you a car!? why should I be FORCED to give to charity, if I didnt get drained of money by force to pay for charities I dont agree with, Id give a hell of a lot more than I do to charity! AND IM A MEMBER OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES, I have given everything MY LIFE, MY TIME, MY FREEDOM, any chance at having a family to defend this nation, to keep it safe, and secure, and to help others, I work with the Emergency services branch Im one of the guys who shows up at natural disasters to help injured and displaced people, IVE GIVEN MY DUES and I dont think its fucking right to demand any man or woman GIVE to charity, thats why its called GIVING... this isnt a question of helping others its down theft, its stealing from one man to make sure another one lives, no matter how just the cause you cant steal, this isnt the story of robinhood, its that of a country
#77 - Killerwale (04/27/2013) [-]
also comparing our country's population with one of your states is fucked up, it's not our fault most of the country is a barren waste land of swamps and forest and the fact we're in winter for about 3/4 of the year, while you Americans can enjoy a some what stable and easily develop-able land while we struggle to even build and maintain our roads because of the hardships of living more north than anyone would like, also if you look at it, most of us live extremely near the borders of both our countries, you don't see the middle of Canada with much of a population, I don't know where I'm going with this, just seeing a population comparison and a argument about a system of health seems fuck up for me, it's not about the number of people, it's about what works, and how the country's people look upon it. hate me if you want, I'll still be here
#73 - Killerwale (04/27/2013) [-]
just sit back, and think over your morals meng, I agree with this, you got some fucked up morals, *raises both hands* that's just my opinion
User avatar #14 - chucknorrisTHEGAME (04/27/2013) [-]
And we've got some of the highest taxes in the world.
#15 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
Canada? well supporting the health of everyone in your nation as well as military, road repair, government employees like DMV, emergency services police, fire department... Lot of things that need money, imagine if Americans had to pay for the well being of 313 Million people... a country with an unemployment rate of 7.6 as of last January... Thats a lot of people who need doctors, many of whom dont have living conditions which would prevent sickness, lower class gets sicker more often... some people even willing to make up an illness to get off the streets for a day and get some food in their stomach... Im not saying we shouldnt help the sick, Im saying it would tear apart the middleclass and upperclass citizens of our great nation to cover for every human being in it who has a tickle in their throat and the size of this country the importance of its economic and military power, you can be a liberal scumweasle if you like but one thing you cant deny is that our military has done some real good in its short history, sometimes civilians die, sometimes were wrong... but we try to make the world better by eliminating genocidal maniacs, and if we try to force everyone in our country to donate money to help the sick FORCING charity... is that kindness? is that fair? Is it right?... To take money from another mans pocket no matter the cause against his will
User avatar #70 - chucknorrisTHEGAME (04/27/2013) [-]
That was actually my entire point! Sorry if that didn't come across, I'm certainly not happy about paying some of the highest taxes in the world.
User avatar #20 - thraza (04/27/2013) [-]
well its not like forcing charity because they get something in return. and sure it may feel like forced charity. but would you rather pay high taxes and never have to worry about a bill from the hospital. or would you rather pay low taxes and pay an insurance company which will try to weasel its way out of your agreement with them on technicality's and will give up on you when you struggle to make payments.
#21 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
The latter! because I have a plan which works well I pay a 20 dollar copay fee, insurance covers my basic needs, Ive had big medical bills before, and I wouldnt want anyone but my own family being forced to pay for them!
User avatar #22 - thraza (04/27/2013) [-]
true but with a universal healthcare plan im covered for most things (you still have to pay for pills but they way cheaper here) and its much easier to manage and as i said earlier some insurance company may weasel out of agreement's leaving family's to take loans. in my perspective i would rather a system that was more reliable and one that the people could have more control over
#23 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
Again I point out that your country doesnt have a population equal to half that of our nation... yet you think that the same exact plan would work for a country of 313 MILLION people? You are Americas hat, you have a nice little society up there and it works well for your people, but guess what? 313 MILLION is a big fucking number, we have a rather high unemployment rate, we have a lot more that our government is forced to pay for in expenses and you want to add more taxes to what is essentially the country that acts as the UNs battering ram? do you want the world economy to collapse or do you really live in a fantasy world where muffins and cupcakes fall from the fuckin sky to feed all the homeless in the world? because if you do live in such a place PLEASE give me directions id love to see it your not qualified as a Canadian to talk about implementing Nationalized healthcare in America, stick to your own countries politics or at the very least recognize why there are differences between the 2 ok?
#82 - anonymous (04/27/2013) [-]
You're argument is that expenses of universal healthcare in the US would be a lot higher than in Canada, since there are 8,23 times more citizens in the former. But there are roughly 8,23 time more people paying taxes as well. Now you might argue that the US unemployment rate is higher, and thus there are less people supporting the population. But as a matter of fact, the US unemployment rate is only marginally higher, at 7,6 compared to 7,4. Furthermore, the reason that the US unemployment rate is so high, is that the percentage of your taxes that go to warfare are the highest in the world, and hence doesn't stimulate the economy in the same way as it would if the money were to go to, say, doctors.
User avatar #25 - thraza (04/27/2013) [-]
its just a matter of bringing it to the larger scale and im not saying this need's to be done right away small changes like cheaper prescriptions and universal health care in the states that would benefit it the most. healthcare in canada originated in Alberta and Saskatoon provinces with a significantly smaller population than most other provinces. when healthcare originated there was little or no opposition and they let it become a national thing and it worked out perfectly for us. universal healthcare isn't one big jump the country trying to make it a part of the country can stop at any point in this change and decide that either the system isn't working for them or stick with the current progress made and decide that is the extent of their free healthcare system
#27 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
It isnt right, no matter your justification, no matter the cause, to force another human being to surrender their money, if they dont want to pay for someone else they shouldnt be forced to
User avatar #28 - thraza (04/27/2013) [-]
if it is morally incorrect to make another human being to surrender their money then what are taxes? after all not evey one agrees with certain taxes so should people be allowed to ignore taxes that they do not benefit from?
#29 - winglit (04/27/2013) [-]
there are certain evils which are required, I advocate for more sin taxes and a flat tax, but I heavily disagree with forced charity
User avatar #154 - douthit (04/28/2013) [-]
Isn't every tax just forced charity?
User avatar #32 - thraza (04/27/2013) [-]
and universal healthcare is just a tax. you pay money and eveyone who is a citizen living in the country see some kind of benefit to. some will pay more than the mony they cost to the system and some will pay less. the problem is you dont know weather you are going to be the person who pays more than their worth to the sytem or the opposite. that how tax's work. for example your taxes go to pay the maintenance of the roads but you may not drive very often so you end up paying more than your burden on the system. the reason for this one person pays more and one person pays less is that in other ways you are burdens to the system. another exsample is my father who is suffering from many illnesses at once. before he was sick he brought more to the system that he took out. if you ever want to understand universal healthcare stop seeing it as charity but rather as an investment. you may loose on your investment or you may gain on it. but with universal healthcare every one has to chip in something to ensure it works. also the healthcare system can be split up to individual states and can be done in different ways. a system i think you might agree on is one that uses government bargening power combined with tax's to lower the cost of medication since almost every one buys some form of medical drug during their life time.
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This is actually the original. go look up "namisis" on devian art, he has lots of similar stuff
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User avatar #109 - thatguycrow (12/30/2012) [-]
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#1 - grandtheftkoala **User deleted account** (12/21/2013) [-]
1st XDDDDD
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