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#97 - I'm in total agreement that nobody should get death threats ov…  [+] (1 reply) 12/03/2014 on REKT 0
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#179 - Greevon (12/03/2014) [-]
It's the fact that they have been harassing and sending death threats and now that their moral high ground has been shown to be nothing more than a pile of Shit in a deep ditch, they have resorted to name calling and insults that reveal how vain they are.

And I'm not offended or upset that they are Shit slinging, it means they lost.
#16 - Well don't lump me in with that welcome, to my mind the girl c…  [+] (19 replies) 12/03/2014 on YOU ARE WELCOME. -79
#98 - youregaylol (12/03/2014) [-]
She made a joke about a public event, and then became the victim of an entire rage campaign.

Do you care about anonymity?

How would you feel if someone who was pissed at your comment exposed your name, face, address, and number to the entire internet?
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#113 - twistedwoodthing (12/03/2014) [-]
I was thinking more when she complained that facebook was banning her. They're well within their rights to do it.
As for the doxing overall, it's a shit move and I don't agree with it for anyone, her included. However, there's no right to anonymity on sites like Tumblr or Funnyjunk or Twitter, you aren't talking to a priest in a confessional. All we have here is the illusion of anonymity, and while it can feel empowering, people can't expect it to protect them.
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#121 - youregaylol (12/03/2014) [-]
facebook is within their rights to ban someone for doing anything, it's their website, but that doesn't make it right.

admin is within his rights to ban you from fj for all time for no reason whatsoever, it's his website, but it would still be a dick move and you would have the right to complain about it.

I'm within my rights to track down all your personal info and tell everyone to send you hate mail, but it still would be a dick move and you wouldn't deserve it.

You're way off base on this. SJW's have been pulling the "free speech doesn't mean free from consequences" bullshit to harass people for years now. You said before in your comment that if the only defense for something is that it's not illegal you need to rethink it, yet you're attacking this girl for getting upset when people expose her and their only defense is it's not illegal and there is no right to anonymity.

The truth is there is no law that forbids alot of this stuff, but it's still a shitty thing to do and this girl didn't deserve this just because she did what every other person on here does 24/7. I like being able to speak my mind freely without being afraid of having my life ruined, and I'm sure you do too.
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#127 - twistedwoodthing (12/03/2014) [-]
Like I've said before, in many comments, doxing is a mean thing to do, and don't misunderstand me by thinking I'm saying she deserved that. But I certainly don't have a problem with facebook kicking her off.
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#128 - youregaylol (12/03/2014) [-]
I do.

Just like I'd have a problem with admin kicking you off FJ for this post.
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#130 - twistedwoodthing (12/03/2014) [-]
That's kind of you, but I've always maintained Admin could go fuck himself, so it's probably only a matter of time before I get myself kicked off, haha. Fact is, on funnyjunk as much facebook, we're operating in an owned space. Like those nice courtyards at the mall - it seems like a public space, but security really does have the power to chuck you out anytime.

I think I would love to see some kind of international, real public forum on the internet. Somehow owned by the users? Not only would that be somewhere you had the real right to say what the hell you wanted, it would be really cool.
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#133 - youregaylol (12/03/2014) [-]
I prefer an orderly autocracy controlled by a fair ruler and several of his appointees. Democracy has always been chaotic and it's not synonymous with freedom. Admin had always treated me fairly and from all the times I've talked with him he seems like a cool guy, and he hasn't banned anyone for talking shit in years.

His mods can get cunty but some are alright.

I feel like I can say whatever I want on FJ because that's what I've been doing for years now. The point is even though facebook can do something it doesn't mean that they are right.
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#32 - anon (12/03/2014) [-]
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#28 - psykobear (12/03/2014) [-]
She never mentioned race.
#25 - killingoffstars (12/03/2014) [-]
Here we Go! She has received death threats for making a poem, while in bad taste its not racist, and not just her from what I have seen and read her family is getting them as well. So lets be in support of the law and track all the people making death threats and have the arrested for 1. Cyber bullying and 2. Domestic terrorism.
#21 - anon (12/03/2014) [-]
*sigh* she made a lymeric in bad taste which should have had the harshest comment be "Too soon". She was not instigating hate, she wasn't being racist, she wasn't lynching black people. I'm guessing you piss and moan at people making any dark humour jokes about 9/11, Michael Jackson, Hitler, North Korea or anything you think isn't funny.

In short, get off your fucking high horse and accept that someone shouldn't be sent death threats for making a poem. The response it completely disproportionate to the action.
#20 - anon (12/03/2014) [-]
As a note I thought of now. Government isn't the only thing with power over people. I am a writer, eprception and audience are my bread and btuter. Imagine fi the platform I put my work on bans me and removes everything, and cuts me fof from connecting to my own audience?
Sure I should have a backup but if we allow ONE site to do it, and say nothing, or worse yet justify it, it tells other places that we will accept it, and they can do it themselves. If these social services began to ban on content, my career and dream would be over before it began.

Still seem fair to you? It's not so simple as "I think he said something wrong, he needs to be hated." No, stand up and help them understand, or try to udnerstand them yourself, so both of you grow as people. Instead of turning this into a battlefield of sides that are scared for their existence to share their feelings.
#18 - anon (12/03/2014) [-]
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Oh and, yes jerk, thats how logic works. We all do our best to interact with the world and discover new things about ourselves and others, its an ever growing constant of learning. Sometimes that exploration brings up ideas that may offend or make others unhappy. So long as one does not hurt people they deserve the right to explore those ideas, without punishment, malice, or indignent return.
What you think of the words does not change that. It's ok to say racist, homophobic, or outright terrible things sometimes, hell, I've done it. Thats how you learn, you say stupid things, and you learn those really aren't good things, and change little by little because of it.

And for the record, I didn't like the little poem either. I thought it was tastless and banal. But this attacking her over words that simply offend and do nothing else, is outright wrong.
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#102 - twistedwoodthing (12/03/2014) [-]
Yes, you say stupid things, and you learn. This is her learning. No, I don't agree with doxing someone, and certainly not with harassing their family, but if you say stupid things, people will let you know.
#111 - anon (12/03/2014) [-]
well we're letting you know that what you're saying right now is stupid, except we're not doxxing you or sending you death threats.

do you get it now?

or do we have to make you "learn" the hard way?

what should be the consequences of your "free" speech?
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#115 - twistedwoodthing (12/03/2014) [-]
As I put above, I don't agree with doxing and harassment - I'm just against the perception that all the stuff we post online is by some god-given right
a) anonymous
b) protected free speech. It's not. Saying anything online is basically the same as screaming it in the middle of the street. Sure, you're surrounded by strangers. Sure, it's not actually illegal for you to say whatever it is. And for certain people shouldn't follow you home and egg it. But that's not going to keep you safe.
#126 - anon (12/03/2014) [-]
Actually all you're doing is bitching that a girl is complaining about being harassed, yet you claim that you're against harassment.

Everybody knows that doxxing isn't technically illegal and everyone knows that your identity can be found out, wtf is your point? Are we not allowed to be upset by it?

Is she not allowed to complain when someone does something shitty like this to her?

Basically your logic is because it's not illegal to harass someone, the person getting harassed has no right to complain and probably deserves it and should watch their mouth?

I really wish someone would doxx you so we can all bitch at you when you start crying.
#17 - anon (12/03/2014) [-]
so you defend anything she gets huh? so it's totally ok that she gets death threats and has everyone important to her attacked even when they have nothing to do with any of this? Because someone says something you find offensive it somehow justifies what happened to her and we shouldn't feel sorry?

How about thinking outside your own headspace for a moment. The comment was not some racist thing. Yes, it talked about race and used words that might be deemed offensive in use to some people. However, there are many out there of all colors and shapes that had no problem with it, and the people I've talked to lately are one of them.
However, even if you disagreed, even if you thought it was racist, it does not justify hatred and malice in turn. Revenge is the most worthless endevor one can find, and justifying it because you, or anyone, is not happy, is just wrong and insane.

So no, even if you didn't like what she said, you still should be defending it.
#15 - Have... have you visited this site? Everything we post here ge…  [+] (1 reply) 12/03/2014 on YOU ARE WELCOME. -1
#19 - anon (12/03/2014) [-]
Yeah but we allow people to explore those feelings and express their opinion without punishment, even if we don't like it. It's why I spoke out so violently against admin on the "fuck you ED" and "Twitter bans you easily" things.
Should we thumb is down when it's bigoted, malicious, or unintelligent, yes. Should we ban it and prevent people from communicating and understanding eachother or even advancing and learning? No.

Sides, argument helps us understand ourselves and eachother, so I''m happy to have one anytime, even wiuth myself at times if I'm conflicted xD
#8 - You guys will probably want this. Lazy Town Lil Jon remix.  [+] (9 replies) 11/22/2014 on Lazy Town +59
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#23 - moorgar (11/22/2014) [-]
z0r.de/1254 i prefere this version, but sadly i canĀ“t find the name
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#61 - cresss (11/22/2014) [-]
I was looking for that version forever thanks for posting
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#65 - moorgar (11/22/2014) [-]
no problem m8
#15 - milnerdk (11/22/2014) [-]
Why in the fuck is this one of the related videos?`.. I mean, the music video, WTAF!
#55 - grandzora (11/22/2014) [-]
tf is that
#68 - milnerdk (11/23/2014) [-]
Behold the toast!
#14 - AnonsForSure (11/22/2014) [-]
i fucking love that video
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