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#175 - Look dude squash as many flies as you like. Personally I think…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/31/2014 on My goddamn hero +1
User avatar #292 - alphawolffifteen (03/31/2014) [-]
Personally, I draw the line on warm-blooded creatures in general. Reptiles, amphibians, and fish will never show any emotion or attachedness to any person unless it's for security reasons or trust, which grows just from handling them more. If you injure any of these creatures they don't scream, or show any form of emotion, they just react. As most creatures evolved from a basic nervous system to have stronger and stronger brains as they evolved, mammals and birds would be the furthest along this evolutionary chain. They have stronger brains in general and can actually show was seems to be emotion. This is especially true for dogs, elephants, dolphins, monkeys, and cats. So yeah, you can easily draw the line on mammals. Also bugs don't even fucking count. Sometimes bugs just sit still doing absolutely nothing, or do other retarded things - it's because they literally, in every sense, cannot think - not ONE bit. It's 100% accepted that bugs are just chunks of cells with a nervous system reacting to it's environment.
User avatar #296 - toensix (03/31/2014) [-]
What about squids? I'm sure they are very intelligent and maybe even capable of attachment. Do birds count? Or just some birds? Chickens and pidgeons are fucking stupid but parrots, crows and ravens are very intelligent.

All mamals? What about mice? I don't think they are capable of even simple emotion. same goes for a lot of rodents.
#165 - So you've never squashed a fly? You would prosecute a bug exte…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/31/2014 on My goddamn hero +1
User avatar #170 - rambochicken (03/31/2014) [-]
Exterminators are there for a reason, same with people who have to put down dogs. Usually due to infestation or something of the sort. It isnt abusing the animal its putting it down. There is a large difference, i think ur cute though
User avatar #175 - toensix (03/31/2014) [-]
Look dude squash as many flies as you like. Personally I think people say all life is sacred but some life is more sacred then other life. That's so fucking stupid. Oh a dog is cudly surely his life is important. A bird? little less important. A fish? Nobody cares.

My point being: Yes animal cruelty is bad and should be punished. By law. I'm sure the owners were prosecuted and got what they had coming.

In my eyes life and objects are equal in the grand scheme of things. A person's life is worth just as little as a toaster. Does that mean we should just kill people and do whatever we like? No of course not because that will fuck it up for everyone. Morality's use is to keep society running. Throw animals in the mix however and you've got yourself a predicament. Why? Because animals themselfs have no morality. You can say a dog's life is sacred but does it think the same about your life? Maybe a bit but they're hard to compare.

tl;dr: It's very hard to have a morally correct non-hypocritical few on animal rights and frankly people get to butthurt about it.

Really? Calling me cute? We can't have a serious argument without throwing mud?
User avatar #292 - alphawolffifteen (03/31/2014) [-]
Personally, I draw the line on warm-blooded creatures in general. Reptiles, amphibians, and fish will never show any emotion or attachedness to any person unless it's for security reasons or trust, which grows just from handling them more. If you injure any of these creatures they don't scream, or show any form of emotion, they just react. As most creatures evolved from a basic nervous system to have stronger and stronger brains as they evolved, mammals and birds would be the furthest along this evolutionary chain. They have stronger brains in general and can actually show was seems to be emotion. This is especially true for dogs, elephants, dolphins, monkeys, and cats. So yeah, you can easily draw the line on mammals. Also bugs don't even fucking count. Sometimes bugs just sit still doing absolutely nothing, or do other retarded things - it's because they literally, in every sense, cannot think - not ONE bit. It's 100% accepted that bugs are just chunks of cells with a nervous system reacting to it's environment.
User avatar #296 - toensix (03/31/2014) [-]
What about squids? I'm sure they are very intelligent and maybe even capable of attachment. Do birds count? Or just some birds? Chickens and pidgeons are fucking stupid but parrots, crows and ravens are very intelligent.

All mamals? What about mice? I don't think they are capable of even simple emotion. same goes for a lot of rodents.
#163 - Why? 03/31/2014 on My goddamn hero +1
#161 - Would you say the same about a rabbit's life? How about a fish…  [+] (6 new replies) 03/31/2014 on My goddamn hero +1
User avatar #162 - rambochicken (03/31/2014) [-]
I draw the line at abusing an animal and threatening its life due to stupidity or lack of care to any animal.
User avatar #165 - toensix (03/31/2014) [-]
So you've never squashed a fly? You would prosecute a bug exterminator?
User avatar #170 - rambochicken (03/31/2014) [-]
Exterminators are there for a reason, same with people who have to put down dogs. Usually due to infestation or something of the sort. It isnt abusing the animal its putting it down. There is a large difference, i think ur cute though
User avatar #175 - toensix (03/31/2014) [-]
Look dude squash as many flies as you like. Personally I think people say all life is sacred but some life is more sacred then other life. That's so fucking stupid. Oh a dog is cudly surely his life is important. A bird? little less important. A fish? Nobody cares.

My point being: Yes animal cruelty is bad and should be punished. By law. I'm sure the owners were prosecuted and got what they had coming.

In my eyes life and objects are equal in the grand scheme of things. A person's life is worth just as little as a toaster. Does that mean we should just kill people and do whatever we like? No of course not because that will fuck it up for everyone. Morality's use is to keep society running. Throw animals in the mix however and you've got yourself a predicament. Why? Because animals themselfs have no morality. You can say a dog's life is sacred but does it think the same about your life? Maybe a bit but they're hard to compare.

tl;dr: It's very hard to have a morally correct non-hypocritical few on animal rights and frankly people get to butthurt about it.

Really? Calling me cute? We can't have a serious argument without throwing mud?
User avatar #292 - alphawolffifteen (03/31/2014) [-]
Personally, I draw the line on warm-blooded creatures in general. Reptiles, amphibians, and fish will never show any emotion or attachedness to any person unless it's for security reasons or trust, which grows just from handling them more. If you injure any of these creatures they don't scream, or show any form of emotion, they just react. As most creatures evolved from a basic nervous system to have stronger and stronger brains as they evolved, mammals and birds would be the furthest along this evolutionary chain. They have stronger brains in general and can actually show was seems to be emotion. This is especially true for dogs, elephants, dolphins, monkeys, and cats. So yeah, you can easily draw the line on mammals. Also bugs don't even fucking count. Sometimes bugs just sit still doing absolutely nothing, or do other retarded things - it's because they literally, in every sense, cannot think - not ONE bit. It's 100% accepted that bugs are just chunks of cells with a nervous system reacting to it's environment.
User avatar #296 - toensix (03/31/2014) [-]
What about squids? I'm sure they are very intelligent and maybe even capable of attachment. Do birds count? Or just some birds? Chickens and pidgeons are fucking stupid but parrots, crows and ravens are very intelligent.

All mamals? What about mice? I don't think they are capable of even simple emotion. same goes for a lot of rodents.
#158 - Picture  [+] (3 new replies) 03/31/2014 on My goddamn hero -2
#177 - lucaslegacy (03/31/2014) [-]
intelligence level too low to argue or process even whats going on? its ok just point and scream troll
User avatar #178 - toensix (03/31/2014) [-]
>level -218 Comment: Developing wizard powers.

Gr8 B8 M8 8/8
#196 - anonymous (03/31/2014) [-]
you sound like a fag
#157 - The rpoblem with animal rights is: Where do you draw the line?…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/31/2014 on My goddamn hero +2
#200 - quiescat (03/31/2014) [-]
I think largely we draw the line at a cross section of fun / practical / cruelty.
If your being cruel with out any real practical side to it most people will take issue. There are exceptions, most in the name of culture for example bullfighting. To me animal rights are more equatable to property rights. In that you may own land, but society as a whole wont let you start dumping toxic waste because it effects others too much, Justice is hardly perfect in this regard. The dude who nailing puppies to two by fours, then setting them on fire to hear the funny noises. That guy sure the fuck is toxic. Doing what the OP states falls in line with not maintaining your house. In the city you will get fined, because the culture has standards. Keeping your lawn mowed one to do is one of them.
Policing bugs and mice is not something we have the ability to do, even if we wanted. That does not stop the US Fish and Wildlife Services, whos job on some level is just that. I think the issue is not about life, but about the society we think we should live in.( the royal we )
The place society draws the line comes down to where you display habits that make you unfit for said society. So right now fuck fish but leave that puppy alone, but only if you do it the right way.

TLDR philosophy. also, i got too much time on my hands. so unless you do don't read this
User avatar #212 - toensix (03/31/2014) [-]
Completely agree. Couldn't have said it beter myself.
#97 - boobs thread. 03/31/2014 on insert clever title here +1
#589 - You're right about that but that doesn't mean that it still ha… 03/30/2014 on the aftermath of war 0
#512 - So you're saying that the US won by sheer will? Look my countr…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/30/2014 on the aftermath of war 0
#521 - sylaz (03/30/2014) [-]
No am i not, but what im saying is that if they hadn't stood up, they wouldn't be America.
The same goes for your country, and no im not american? infact ive never stated that, i just find it highly ironic that a bunch of americans which is bombarded with that message, and is a country which is founded upon that idea, are to busy firebombing me about how it don't matter if you stood up..
User avatar #589 - toensix (03/30/2014) [-]
You're right about that but that doesn't mean that it still has anything to do with the same country nowadays. For example: Historically a lot of people migrated to the US because they thought religion in Europe wasn't strict enough. I'd argue that that hasn't anything to do with the US nowadays

But to get back to the original point. It's a lot easier to stand up as a group against another group then as an individual against a group.

Please don't take the US thing wrong. I didn't mean to offend. I thought you said my country at some point when talking about the states but after reading back I seem to have been mistaking.
#161 - What a country begon with has nothing to do with what it is th…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/30/2014 on the aftermath of war 0
#496 - sylaz (03/30/2014) [-]
Yeah it kinda has, you see the the American revolution was all about that.
The British army had better equipment and much more men, yet they dind't won? Why because America ROSE up to the challange and even though they knew that they faced impossible odds but yet somehow they stood up and manged to turn things around, it seems alot of folks here don't know that.
User avatar #512 - toensix (03/30/2014) [-]
So you're saying that the US won by sheer will? Look my country's revolution is very similiar to the american one. Only ours took 80 years! We wre up against a global superpower which was superior in every concievable way. Did we win because of sheer determination? No, we won because our enemy tried to fight to many wars at once, made some terrible mistakes and didn't have our war as it's primary objective. There was also a lot of luck involved. This same circumstances were around during the american war for independence.

I'm proud of my country for fighting that war. But I'm not making any illusions that we won because of us 'standing up'. Same goes for the US.

Also I suspect you yourself aren't an American. You're online during US night hours and if seen you make some spelling mistakes typical for a non-native English speaker.
#521 - sylaz (03/30/2014) [-]
No am i not, but what im saying is that if they hadn't stood up, they wouldn't be America.
The same goes for your country, and no im not american? infact ive never stated that, i just find it highly ironic that a bunch of americans which is bombarded with that message, and is a country which is founded upon that idea, are to busy firebombing me about how it don't matter if you stood up..
User avatar #589 - toensix (03/30/2014) [-]
You're right about that but that doesn't mean that it still has anything to do with the same country nowadays. For example: Historically a lot of people migrated to the US because they thought religion in Europe wasn't strict enough. I'd argue that that hasn't anything to do with the US nowadays

But to get back to the original point. It's a lot easier to stand up as a group against another group then as an individual against a group.

Please don't take the US thing wrong. I didn't mean to offend. I thought you said my country at some point when talking about the states but after reading back I seem to have been mistaking.
#115 - Picture 03/29/2014 on Feminism 0
#154 - Awesome dude! 03/27/2014 on Droid Walkers 0
#111 - These are really ******* cool dude. You don't hap…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/27/2014 on Droid Walkers 0
#153 - derik (03/27/2014) [-]
and this one too
#152 - derik (03/27/2014) [-]
And this one
#151 - derik (03/27/2014) [-]
I have this one.
User avatar #154 - toensix (03/27/2014) [-]
Awesome dude!
#52 - Depends on the kind of melon. 03/24/2014 on omg, (.)(.) 0
#57 - Wait. Does that mean that Lars knew he bought the sam…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/24/2014 on C-3PO +6
User avatar #68 - huntergriff (03/24/2014) [-]
I don't think so, 3PO Circa episode 2 had old and rusted plating, 3PO circa episode 4 was golden and semi-corroded, but still newish.
#63 - leftbehind (03/24/2014) [-]
#137 - I don't know that much about it but if I'm coorect it boils do…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/23/2014 on Darth Bane +3
#139 - anonymous (03/23/2014) [-]
also the infighting. Stronger Masters would be killed by numerous weaker sith seeking power. It undermined the order and gave the jedi an advantage.
User avatar #140 - klavi (03/23/2014) [-]
So basically the sith order is flawed in that if there are too many they will eradicate themselves/each other in their passion for power, and to prevent that they can only be two, rendering them weaker?
#141 - anonymous (03/23/2014) [-]
*stronger.
#162 - And George Washington was British. My point being tha… 03/21/2014 on Good Christians are best... +4
#111 - Wow, I've seen that gif probably more then fifty times already…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/21/2014 on Bar +5
#135 - anonymous (03/22/2014) [-]
proud of you : )
#292 - with learmy 03/21/2014 on Half the internet 0
#124 - I know it's bait... But I kinda agree.  [+] (3 new replies) 03/20/2014 on Half the internet -1
#235 - wimwam (03/20/2014) [-]
User avatar #215 - christmouth (03/20/2014) [-]
Agree with what?
User avatar #292 - toensix (03/21/2014) [-]
with learmy
#491 - I guess you could say that was some great dad vice. 03/20/2014 on Some helpful advices +4
#56 - >Not a source gr8 b8 m8 03/19/2014 on Comfirmed 0
#54 - You just listed a bunch of excuses that are commonly used so t… 03/19/2014 on Comfirmed +1
#51 - What can be said about that? Source? I… 03/19/2014 on Comfirmed 0
#215 - Vader means father in dutch. When I was a little kid and I saw… 03/19/2014 on Galen Marek 0
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User avatar #1 - revengeforfreeze (11/21/2013) [-]
u r an fagot
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