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#23 - You have a point. However, I think it's enough that people sim… 01/18/2013 on Suspicious Banks 0
#253 - Wow, my comment attracted a few downwards-pointing thumbs. No … 01/18/2013 on Anti-Pro-Gun 0
#249 - Perhaps the “flaw” (as you call it) is that the problem is… 01/18/2013 on Anti-Pro-Gun +1
#208 - Ha! I don't think evolution works that way. ;)  [+] (1 new reply) 01/18/2013 on Anti-Pro-Gun -4
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#253 - timxcampbell (01/18/2013) [-]
Wow, my comment attracted a few downwards-pointing thumbs. No evolution fans around here? Or did I make some other mistake? I'm genuinely curious.
#206 - I think you're on to something, friend. 01/18/2013 on Anti-Pro-Gun -1
#2 - Ah, well, no photo tells the entire story. She's disabled, you… 01/18/2013 on Amazement is Where You Find It -1
#204 - Thanks for that link. The 11,000 figure I used came from (I th… 01/18/2013 on Anti-Pro-Gun 0
#3 - Perhaps I'm dense but ... can you elaborate on that, MublerKing?  [+] (1 new reply) 01/18/2013 on Getting to Okay 0
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#5 - mublerking (01/18/2013) [-]
Go read full metal alchemist
#131 - I almost died of hypothermia, once. That wasn't too bad. But I…  [+] (9 new replies) 01/18/2013 on Anti-Pro-Gun 0
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#132 - djequalizee (01/18/2013) [-]
I can't die. I have ingested metals and they have fused to my body creating a perfect cyborg body.

I've said too much.
#136 - Lulzilla (01/18/2013) [-]
Until your placed into one of these things and ripped to fucking shreds.
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#140 - djequalizee (01/18/2013) [-]
>implying the alloy his highly magnetic.

#165 - Lulzilla (01/18/2013) [-]
Implying that no idiot would eat various useless and poisonous metals.
From the top of my head the only metals that aren't magnetic are: Lead, Nickle ,Chrome, Copper, and Tin.
Most metals that actually have use (Other then copper but that'd degrade quickly in your body.) are magnetic AND will rip out of your body inside this machine.

(Oh, If you say that you'll use alloys that aren't magnetic just remember...Alloys are the pairing of various natural metals to create a nonnatural metal. Said natural metal will most likely be magnetic.)
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#169 - djequalizee (01/18/2013) [-]
Wat, cus i'm srs.

I thought long and hard about this subject

I also think eating metals turns you into a cyborg
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#173 - Lulzilla (01/18/2013) [-]
Listen here you sin of the Earth. You're body is made up of metals. Iron, Zinc, A tiny bit of other metals. Does that make you a cyborg? No. You would have to have the circuitry in order for that to be true.
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#243 - newsmyrna (01/18/2013) [-]
would someone with a pacemaker be a cyborg then?
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#201 - Ruspanic (01/18/2013) [-]
I think you're taking this too seriously.
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#137 - Lulzilla (01/18/2013) [-]
#128 - That is well-reasoned. It's in accord with what some people ha…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/18/2013 on Anti-Pro-Gun +1
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#249 - timxcampbell (01/18/2013) [-]
Perhaps the “flaw” (as you call it) is that the problem is insoluble as posed. Consider nuclear war: it is insoluble; it cannot be won. As the movie WarGames had it, the only way to win is not to play. But we can't not play when one part of our society declares war on another part. The result is a second Civil War, and you know how horrible the first one was.

Perhaps the starting point for the solution is to look at the causes of violence and general unrest in the USA. It is, however, far harder for people to frankly critique the American Dream than to stock up piles of weaponry. Is it possible, though, that there are fundamental assumptions that need to be reconsidered? If so, how fundamental? Which ones?