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#22 - Haven't played it. To be honest, all the fan content I've seen… 04/01/2016 on Wotlytsi Wortes Ulocigiclo 0
#25 - Weave my way through the crowd? They're furries, not raptors. 03/08/2016 on Tell me how to do it FJ +1
#66 - I keep thinking that i'm pretty desensitized due to some of th… 03/03/2016 on MORBID! Some people are... +13
#125 - How can you be all for multiculturalism and at the same time d… 02/05/2016 on ah tumblr +2
#24 - I was listening to 'The Opened Way' from the Shadow of the Col…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/27/2016 on No fucks given +3
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#54 - amontheanon (01/27/2016) [-]
I saw this comment, put the song on and watched it again.
The Opened Way makes this dog-pissing +10 better. Really does, especially since it sounds so dramatic, like the dog is struggling to stay up. Like Wanda struggling to cling to a colossus.

Also, now I can't help but see the dog's dick as a glyph that you have to strike to kill the colossi.
#14 - Thar she blooooows! 12/16/2015 on #ProudFeminist +11
#8 - I dunno. Might have something to do with guerrilla warfare. We… 12/01/2015 on Irish warfare 0
#36 - It seems that as more days go by the more horseshoe theory see… 11/19/2015 on Common Sense 0
#25 - That's exactly the same line of reasoning feminists use when t…  [+] (81 new replies) 11/19/2015 on Common Sense +1020
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#411 - glassmaker (12/11/2015) [-]
nah
#379 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
how about saying no to the immigrants? why is the europe responsability to help them?
#367 - shigiddy (11/20/2015) [-]
And both of them are wrong. What we need is a way to sort out the rapists from the normal dudes. Same with the refugees, gotta sort out the bad from the good.

Although I would rather fix the homeless problem in my country before worrying about the refugees. Make sure your own house is in order before worrying about your neighbors.
#364 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
dealing will "man problem" require such action as to kill half of the world
dealing with immigrant problem requires no action at all, just dont let them in, is that so hard?
#327 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
I'm pretty sure feminazis believe all men are rapists

Technically there also people who believe all Muslims are terrorists

OP is suggesting 1/1000 which is better than 1/1.
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#320 - MRfunnyFACE (11/20/2015) [-]
so rare to find a comment with more thumbs than the content. Well said
#316 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
inb4 blocked and deleted.
#281 - LewdFlapjack (11/20/2015) [-]
Yeah, but if this was feminism/rape, grabbing the handful would be consent. Then the next day the cunt would feel regret and say the guy force fed her the M&Ms. Then the police would arrest him, society would crucify him, and prisoners would force him to eat M&Ms over and over again once they found out he's in there for forcing M&Ms on some chick, even though she ate them of her own free will.
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#268 - ecowolfrb (11/20/2015) [-]
Gonna be funny to see how feminists react when these Syrians start raping adolescents and children, isn't it?
#244 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
i remember that post they posted it here and it got front page oh ho ho double standards
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#237 - billiamclinton (11/20/2015) [-]
I mean... On the surface, perhaps. But your interaction with men you have control over. 75% of rapes (the main argument supporting 'kill all men') are done under the influence of alcohol. Furthermore, the super majority of rapes are done to a family member/friend, while terrorists target non-combatant, unknowing civilians. A person intoxicated by alcohol to the point at which they justify a crime is rather identifiable. You can control whether you associate with said person or choose to depart the premises.

With the refugee/terrorism crisis however, not only do the public not have a say in whether these refugees are accepted into their communities, their neighborhoods, their homes, but it is also nearly impossible to identify the danger a terrorist may present among the refugees. Because of this, you do not have a choice to avoid the danger, but rather are instantly faced with it. Furthermore, a majority of rapes do not end in permanent physical damage, while acts of terrorism almost always result in multiple counts of death.

All I'm trying to say, is there are a lot of factors that go into play here, and while OP's argument may be superficial, and even similar to that of a 'third wave feminist', it does have some truth which cannot be immediately discredited. The refugee crisis is a problem, and pushing them to the United States is not the answer.

tl;dr: They're not the same argument, pushing refugees to the US is not the answer.
#390 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
And yeah, most rapes don't leed to permanent physical damage. Just life long emotional trauma's that can result in suïcide.
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#398 - billiamclinton (11/20/2015) [-]
Well other than confirming my point regarding the majority absence of permanent physical damage in rape compared to terrorist attacks, yes it can be said that rape causes lasting mental trauma, but I'd argue that the blame for that falls on the person themself. The mental trauma proceeding rape is what you make it to be. You can either move on, and try to live a happy life regardless of what happened, or you can let it consume you. In my reality, I would conclude that the amount of physical damage done by terrorist attacks surmounts the mental trauma done by rape.
#389 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
Also, according to your logic "75% are done by drunks, drunks are indentifyable and thus avoidable" you could say the same for terrorists: over 75% of terrorist attacks are done by ethnic minorities, ethnic minorities are easily spotted and can thus be avoided. No, it doesn't work that way.
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#397 - billiamclinton (11/20/2015) [-]
>>#396
#382 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
Well its pretty rediculous to say you can identify rapers by how drunk they are honestly. You see drunk as shit people everyday and I don't think anybody ever thinks "oh he's drunk he's a potential rapé threat" and you know why? Because alcohol doesn't turn you Into a fucking rapist. The way you put it makes it sound like everybody could be a rapist with enough alcohol. No. Some men are potential rapists and alcohol can make that potential come true, however it is still nearly impossible to identify the potential rapists and thus who is a danger, considering 99% of heavy drinkers are still non rapists.
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#396 - billiamclinton (11/20/2015) [-]
You replied as anon so whoever you, you probably won't see this, but my point wasn't that "alcohol makes you a rapist". My point was that, the conditions of a potential rapist are more identifiable than the conditions of a potential terrorist. In most cases, rape isn't spontaneous. Heavy alcohol use is involved, as well as blunt advances. These two items are identifiable as precursors to potential rape, and therefore act as a warning sign to avoid the situation. Meanwhile, terrorist attacks are instantaneous events that happen without warning, and are nearly undetectable prior.

My point wasn't about rape, my point was that occurrences of rape and terrorism are, contextually, two very different topics and should be treated as such. Just because one argument can be denounced for rape, doesn't mean it immediately can be denounced for terrorism as well. This is called a "fallacy" fallacy.
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#219 - penileburglar (11/20/2015) [-]
Just playing devil's advocate a bit here. I don't think your analogy stands at all for a few reasons:

>Rapists exist in reasonable quantities in every population. The quantity of potential terrorists in the population of refugees, however, is much more heavily skewed.

>Feminists are also ignoring the fact that females are capable of being rapists as well. It's more about demonizing men than accessing risk.

>There's ALWAYS risk involved in just about every decision you make that has a human element to it. Yes, it is absolutely true that every person you allow into your home *could* be a rapist. The issue is how MUCH risk, which your comparison does not address. A single rapist doesn't stand to do as much damage to as many people as a single terrorist would. Assessing that risk and deciding what path to take is what these decisions are all about.
#348 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
I'm not sure you understand.

There was a tumblr post screencapped to FJ where someone, verbatim, said the exact same thing about male rapists, in an attempt to discredit #notallmen
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#350 - penileburglar (11/20/2015) [-]
I do understand that. Just because someone else used the same analogy improperly doesn't change that they are two fundamentally different issues / lines of thought.
#310 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
There's no shortage of home-grown Islamic terrorists going off to join ISIS, either.
It's easy enough to sneak a handful of people into a country, the difficulty is in getting them into positions to cause serious harm, which won't be allowed of the immigrants, anyway.
The only real advantage to legally entering a country is that it's easier to find work. Borders are big and hard to protect, if your only goal is to get into a country, you can just throw people at the border until a handful get through.

Just my two cents, anyway. I'm not saying which solution is right or wrong. It's a complicated issue, and I honestly don't know what the right decision is, and I won't pretend that I do.
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#322 - penileburglar (11/20/2015) [-]
That's true. I wasn't so much commenting on the actual issue as the analogy being used to describe it, because it's a bit of an oversimplification of what is, as you said, a very complicated issue.
#203 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
well in this case, if it's muslims, 10 of the 10,000 are posionous, 1000 of the 10000 are rapists
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#201 - fuperbooper (11/20/2015) [-]
I saw a post that said something along the lines of "so now we're degrading them to the point where we're comparing them to candy"
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#189 - theplanetearth (11/20/2015) [-]
Rapists don't rape hundreds to thousands of people when the rape.
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#249 - jalauren (11/20/2015) [-]
They must be doing something wrong then
#174 - prayforpeace (11/20/2015) [-]
At least 5% of muslim population are potential terrorists. (Just hold a "draw mohammed day" in your local city to see)
1 terrorist can take out 1000 people/damage massive infrastructure easily.
If they are outside the country, we have a choice whether to let them in or not.

An unknown rapist is already in the country. We didnt have a choice to let them enter the country. Further-- the muslim comes from a totally different culture with different values that dont fit in with western culture-- massively increasing the threat.
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#294 - wdparsell (11/20/2015) [-]
I don't know about everything else, but you have a point with different culture thing.

It's undeniable, our cultures clash, and that can lead to problems. While many citizens will be excepting of cultural differences, there can always be radicals - on both sides. Militant muslims and recusant racists can both pose problems.

Opinions aside, the facts remain; this can and will be a dangerous action. One bad apple can spoil the bunch, or in this case, cause terror. As much as i want to help the 100,000 or however many Syrian refugees being let in over the next few years, 300 million lives put in possible danger must be kept in mind.

I don't go outside tho, so I guess I won't get blowed up. It's whatever.
#158 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
Well, do men support and defend a rape club they ALL belong to?! Do ALL men go to their rape clubs every week and talk about how great it is to rape?! Does rape shape every aspect of their lives--economic, social, family, politics, society, and etc.?! When a few men rape, do 99% of the other men who don't rape defend the ones that do and say that their rape club doesn't have anything to do with rape?! Do ALL men dismiss any criticism of their rape club (if they exist) as racism and media bias?! If that's the case then you are correct. If not, answer the question or shut the fuck up!
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#271 - trichno (11/20/2015) [-]
Implying all Muslims go to their mosks and talk about terrorizing people? I think you've got this one backwards pal.
#136 - anon (11/19/2015) [-]
THAT IS REASON

eh idk this looks hot

how do you know its hot

it glows and gives off heat

does that mean led run hot to becasue they glow

no becasue there differant

but in the end they all give off light

THIS WILL CAN AND IS WORKING FOR EVERYTHING YOU DO DAILY

BRUSH YOUR TEETH WHY ITS GOOD, WHITH WHAT, WELL THEY SAY THIS IS GOOD, OH OK

EAT SOME FOOD, THIS REVIEW MY FRIEND SAID ITS GREAT, IDK THOUGH I HATE BBQ WHATS ON THE MENU BBQ. GREAT I HATE IT.

this is called thinking sure he coulda went into more detail but this is not ALL muslims
he even pointed out its the handfull coming to YOU
NOT ALL M&MS

and he even gave you a choice instead of forcing his down your throat

fuuuuuuuuuck
#200 - ifailedmyact (11/20/2015) [-]
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#150 - yunoavailable (11/20/2015) [-]
If I could understand what that comment is supposed to mean there would be a better chance of me agreeing with it...
#159 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
it doesn't matter, its a comment on a random site. its easier to agree
#395 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
Stop it Jaden
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#133 - doctorcamden (11/19/2015) [-]
Huh. So right wings and third wave feminists are the same. Interesting.
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#151 - yunoavailable (11/20/2015) [-]
Have you ever heard it said that if you go far enough left you end up on the right or vice-versa
#196 - slycoop (11/20/2015) [-]
>>#153
It's actually called the horseshoe theory.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horseshoe_theory
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#251 - billiamclinton (11/20/2015) [-]
Dude, how do you reference a comment lmao. The ">>#153" thing?
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#253 - slycoop (11/20/2015) [-]
You have to put the two arrows, followed by the comment number, but NOT the pound symbol. The way it actually displays when you make the comment is incredibly misleading, and I did it wrong the first time before someone taught me how to do it.
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#257 - billiamclinton (11/20/2015) [-]
Alright thanks. I was trying to reference someone in this thread to one of my replies, but I couldn't figure it out.
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#153 - doctorcamden (11/20/2015) [-]
Yup.
TBH i think nowadays trying to keep a clear cut line between left and right is foolish, both sides hold ideals that should be upheld. Both sides have ideals that are retarded or unrealistic.
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#131 - unladenswallow (11/19/2015) [-]
This is so Apples to Oranges it's hilarious you're getting so many thumbs. "Kill all men" = "I don't want the risk of being killed by a guy with a vest bomb, so let's hold off on increasing those odds"?

A woman saying "I don't allow men into my life because I might be raped" is the equivalent statement here. It's not saying kill all Muslims. It's not even saying all Muslims are bad. It's saying that we know that ISIS will be sneaking in lunatics with such groups and that the vetting process is basically "let them come here and hope for the best." It's saying, decline eating the M&Ms. Not "burn down the M&Ms factory to prevent any future possibility of M&Ms being poisoned".

Is FJ really this stupid?
#388 - jesusmarx (11/20/2015) [-]
is not the same, but they look alike :^/
I mean, they are telling you that you have to not accept them because there is a litte part that is evil "them" means the no-evil big part
I hope I make myself clear
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#312 - thesecretbear (11/20/2015) [-]
He's saying the arguments are the same lines, which they are. The logic has flaws, for of all it ignores ethics completely, and secondly it's just statistically unfounded.
#156 - ruped (11/20/2015) [-]
Not letting the M&Ms into your country is leaving the M&Ms to die.

I'd say your burning down the factory analogy is more accurate if you were to leave the M&Ms in a factory that's already on fire
#165 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
Saudi Arabia hasn't taken ONE refugee yet! We could help fund the refugees in place in Turkey and Jordan and lean on the Gulf states to bear some of the burden here. There are a hundred different ways we could solve this problem, satisfy EVERYONE's concerns of safety vs humanity, AND keep them on their side of the world. There is no reason to bring them over here when we haven't tried the easiest solutions first. Shove your bleeding heart up your ass.
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#269 - ecowolfrb (11/20/2015) [-]
Saudi Arabia is wiser on some issues than the US will ever be.
#172 - ruped (11/20/2015) [-]
They've taken in a lot of Syrians actually, just not Saudi not being part of the UN means they're not referred to as "refugees"
#216 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
This is dumb. This is really dumb.
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#152 - yunoavailable (11/20/2015) [-]
I'm not sure this is talking specifically about "kill all men" but more about the general attitude among them that all men should be treated as second class because some might be rapists. It's not exactly the same certainly but I would say it's fairly similar.
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#129 - maxismahname (11/19/2015) [-]
I couldn't put my finger exactly on why this is stupid, but this hits in spot on. Hipocrisy is fucking gay inb4 a user named hipocrisy shows up , no matter who you are
#126 - anon (11/19/2015) [-]
I mean, provided you use that right, it is a valid point in the rape case too.

You shouldn't just walk up to random people and say "hey, here is where I live, here is the code to my alarm system, my key is under the rock to the left." Because guess what...some people out there will go to your house and rape you.

You shouldn't invite people over to your country if you know some of them are going to be terrorists.

The way feminists use this idea is different though. It isn't that you shouldn't invite them to where you live...it is that you should assume they are all rapists, and treat them all as if they were rapists.

We should give them some sort of aid, but that aid doesn't have to put us in danger as well. We should treat them as if the majority of them are regular people, just trying to get by, but we should not go out of our way to do more than tha.
#197 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
there was nothing to stop us from supporting refugee camps closer to their homes, why wasn't that done instead.

But now its "Let people who dont speak the language and cant prove theyre syrian come into your country and you have no right to complain if hundreds of people die because of extremists that come in among them or you're a racist"
#124 - anon (11/19/2015) [-]
Yeah but there wasn't 150 people that got raped in Paris the other day, was it?

Even if we did go by your logic of comparing the two and saying it's the same line of reasoning, let's think a bit about the action that's done by the groups, shall we? One group kills civilans and the other one rapes people. If I'd have to pick, I'd bend over.
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#351 - cannonofanon (11/20/2015) [-]
I mean....they kinda did...
#154 - ruped (11/20/2015) [-]
People get raped every single day, more than 150 I'd bet
#178 - prayforpeace (11/20/2015) [-]
In Sweden, by terrorists.
#160 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
Do they get raped by rapists that all belong to the same rape club that liberals say doesn't exist? >>#158
#161 - ruped (11/20/2015) [-]
#YesAllMen
#166 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
Oh I get it. You're retarded.
#171 - ruped (11/20/2015) [-]
How is #YesAllMen any different from #YesAllImmigrants?
#213 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
So you missed the point where all men don't belong to a group that encourages rape, but all muslims do?
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#290 - meganinja (11/20/2015) [-]
Any proof of that?
#162 - anon (11/20/2015) [-]
well your half man your half the problem bitch
#118 - anon (11/19/2015) [-]
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#119 - robinwilliamson (11/19/2015) [-]
Partisanship is so divisive, I know it sounds like a parody, but it's serious
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#117 - magicalsteve (11/19/2015) [-]
no it's not? they claim all men are rapists, we're accepting that 99% of refugees are not terrorists but there is no way to know which ones are
Maybe I'm playing right into your hand here, and I'm open to further explanantion, but I don't seem them as the same
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#228 - aadenoto (11/20/2015) [-]
The radicals think that rape is sort of an inherent male instinct., and that masculinity influences rape, but they don't believe all men rape. I guess it's kind of like how islamic beliefs influence terrorism, but don't necessitate it.
#113 - anon (11/19/2015) [-]
yeah they should be careful about all men because of a few of them are rapists, like not letting them in your house without knowing anything about them
#108 - Kingsly (11/19/2015) [-]
I think that's intentional.
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#359 - failtolawl (11/20/2015) [-]
You would really think but I highly HIGHLY doubt that 826+ people really understand that joke.
#360 - Kingsly (11/20/2015) [-]
It's highly probably it's less than that, but there are probably people in the chains that don't get it.
#104 - superbrowntoastxxx (11/19/2015) [-]
**superbrowntoastxxx used "*roll picture*"**
**superbrowntoastxxx rolled image**but would you grab a handful doe
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#69 - MuahahaOfLore (11/19/2015) [-]
The difference is you are serving the M$M's at a company picnic.

If you dont like men, that is your choice.
If you let the immigrants in then on average 12 citizens die per terrorist
(Going by what happened in Paris)
So whats the number? .5% of 200,000? 1% of 200,000?
Do the math.
#272 - mrchickenuggets (11/20/2015) [-]
Okay, well first off, you're kinda assuming that every individual terrorist has a confirmed kill count comparable to an entire army platoon. Secondly, instead of going off statistics for scenarios based off of assumptions, it's always better to use factual ones that are credible. Like this one.
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#287 - factual (11/20/2015) [-]
it's a fact
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#239 - opticmonkey (11/20/2015) [-]
This is assuming every terrorist attack is as successful as the one in paris, which is nowhere even close to being true
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#31 - anon (11/19/2015) [-]
To the letter

I seriously thought this was a cringe feminist post until I was it was about refugees.

Extremists are all the same, regardless of what shit cause they support.
#36 - throatpunchasheep (11/19/2015) [-]
It seems that as more days go by the more horseshoe theory seems very valid.
#125 - Immensely. 11/19/2015 on Tamen De Gushi part 35 +1
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