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#24 - and they never pursue a career in politics cept Italian ones I… 05/16/2013 on Art Teachers -1
#32 - Oh dear 05/16/2013 on Speaking German +8
#2 - Golden Baboons here is the video. Fun story. The title us… 05/15/2013 on C'mon guys... -1
#61 - We are still one of the most right leaning nations in Europe. …  [+] (1 new reply) 05/14/2013 on Population Of The UK 0
#64 - winglit (05/14/2013) [-]
Well this is very very good news, Im a US Air Force cadet, Ive been very focused on our politics because weve seen them go way too far left, to the point it has actually encroached on the freedoms I signed up to defend in the first place, Ironically Im a libertarian (We are a fairly Right wing group that believes pretty much in freedom before all else, Pro choice, the 2nd amendment, Flat Tax, less government regulations all around) and I signed my life away to defend freedoms, I gave up my own, to defend others, but theres been this stupid movement in the last few years out of fear, the belief that taking away freedoms will make us safer... Its not an easy fight... and I was well aware that England had pretty much given up position in the world to the EU, talk of switching over from pounds yeah? but I had no idea they were actually starting to fight back, Incredibly liberal the EU, makes me happy to see some kindve shift, not found of the violence though...
#47 - Well that's why UKIP is doing so well. A celebrity chef here i…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/14/2013 on Population Of The UK 0
#53 - winglit (05/14/2013) [-]
Wow thats actually great news, I knew that England had slipped really far to the left (Police not allowed to carry weapons for a time, who thought that was a good idea!?) but to hear theres finally a party that offers the other side, is great news for your country if you ask me, even if your the most hardcore Liberal in the world you cant deny both sides are necessary to balance out the scales of political power in a country and prevent total economic or social collapse
#61 - unijaw (05/14/2013) [-]
We are still one of the most right leaning nations in Europe. We are not a left-wing nation we are a right wing nation we are just kind of dragged into the centre right now. UKIP is putting a end to that however. It's happening all over Europe as well. multiculturalism and progressive liberalism has been a utter failure in Europe. Austria, France, Denmark,Germany, Netherlands, Finland, Britain and Italy are all waking up and all have rather large patriotic/nationalist movements.
In France and Greece it is turning nasty and unfortantely there could be a fair bit of violence. But UKIP is harmless as are the other nations. Finland in particular has swung pretty far to the right with the True Fins party almost winning the last election.
One thing I will explain which is fairly important. We recently had a election for Eastleigh. I think the previous representative (MP) got arrested or died or something so there was a flash election. UKIP lost by a thousand votes a very high second. Nigel could have stood in that election and most likely would have won due to his popularity. However Nigel is actually leading the charge in Europe against the EU. He pretty much united the European right to form the third largest group in the European parliament. Which is why Nigel is still messing around in Europe despite the fact that he could easily get elected into parliament. He intends to stand in 2015 and that is a sure win. But first he needs to expand his European parliament group see:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Europe_of_Freedom_and_Democracy
His intention is to break down the EU not just remove the UK
yet people call him a xenophobe and racist towards other Europeans.
He's even married to a German and has bi-lingual kids. He's quite a interesting chap.
#64 - winglit (05/14/2013) [-]
Well this is very very good news, Im a US Air Force cadet, Ive been very focused on our politics because weve seen them go way too far left, to the point it has actually encroached on the freedoms I signed up to defend in the first place, Ironically Im a libertarian (We are a fairly Right wing group that believes pretty much in freedom before all else, Pro choice, the 2nd amendment, Flat Tax, less government regulations all around) and I signed my life away to defend freedoms, I gave up my own, to defend others, but theres been this stupid movement in the last few years out of fear, the belief that taking away freedoms will make us safer... Its not an easy fight... and I was well aware that England had pretty much given up position in the world to the EU, talk of switching over from pounds yeah? but I had no idea they were actually starting to fight back, Incredibly liberal the EU, makes me happy to see some kindve shift, not found of the violence though...
#45 - They have absolutely nothing in common. 05/14/2013 on Population Of The UK 0
#44 - Why don't you support anyone?  [+] (1 new reply) 05/14/2013 on Population Of The UK 0
User avatar #82 - basilbrush (05/14/2013) [-]
Because I find most Parties have about one good policy, and the rest are useless or just to help them out. This is over some research into them, even the BNP have some good policies but they're too right wing for my liking, I'd rather not have a party like that in charge. Lib Dem's weren't too bad but then ruined it for me when they decided to partner with the Conservatives.
#43 - Tories are more of a political sect tbh. They haven't' been …  [+] (5 new replies) 05/14/2013 on Population Of The UK 0
#46 - winglit (05/14/2013) [-]
How does that balance itself exactly? if both sides pretty much agree with eachother on the most major issues, how the hell does that allow for any kind of checks system?
#47 - unijaw (05/14/2013) [-]
Well that's why UKIP is doing so well. A celebrity chef here in the UK recently said that UKIP has stirred up British politics which it certainly has.
They differ on some issues but its not influenced by them but their supporters. The Tories are supported by large corporations Labour is supported by some large corporations and the unions. Their policies differ only to reflect this. However the biggest reason why people vote labour or vote Tory is to keep the Tories out or to keep labour out. Thatcher was such a polarizing politician she completely destroyed some peoples lives yet made others overwhelmingly better the tribal loyalty to Labour and the conservatives runs deep and that's why the UK is stuck in a two party system until recently.
Keep in mind that with the arrival of Blair labour turned into New Labour which is a centrist party not a left wing party. The Tories fought a loosing battle for a decade and then they moved to the centre to compeat with labour. They barely won only being able to get in government with the help of the Liberal Democrats. A small party which is now fast becoming insignificant. Now that UKIP has come along however and given voters a right wing choice that is not affiliated to the Tory Tribe people are giving them a chance. By the looks of things UKIP will win the European elections and go on to get 5-10 members in parliament by 2015. So far all estimates have been blown out of the water. UKIP only expected to get 15% in the local elections instead UKIP got 24% It will most likely sit around 10-15% in the general election at this rate.
Sorry for the wall of text if any fellow brits wish to correct me please do.

#53 - winglit (05/14/2013) [-]
Wow thats actually great news, I knew that England had slipped really far to the left (Police not allowed to carry weapons for a time, who thought that was a good idea!?) but to hear theres finally a party that offers the other side, is great news for your country if you ask me, even if your the most hardcore Liberal in the world you cant deny both sides are necessary to balance out the scales of political power in a country and prevent total economic or social collapse
#61 - unijaw (05/14/2013) [-]
We are still one of the most right leaning nations in Europe. We are not a left-wing nation we are a right wing nation we are just kind of dragged into the centre right now. UKIP is putting a end to that however. It's happening all over Europe as well. multiculturalism and progressive liberalism has been a utter failure in Europe. Austria, France, Denmark,Germany, Netherlands, Finland, Britain and Italy are all waking up and all have rather large patriotic/nationalist movements.
In France and Greece it is turning nasty and unfortantely there could be a fair bit of violence. But UKIP is harmless as are the other nations. Finland in particular has swung pretty far to the right with the True Fins party almost winning the last election.
One thing I will explain which is fairly important. We recently had a election for Eastleigh. I think the previous representative (MP) got arrested or died or something so there was a flash election. UKIP lost by a thousand votes a very high second. Nigel could have stood in that election and most likely would have won due to his popularity. However Nigel is actually leading the charge in Europe against the EU. He pretty much united the European right to form the third largest group in the European parliament. Which is why Nigel is still messing around in Europe despite the fact that he could easily get elected into parliament. He intends to stand in 2015 and that is a sure win. But first he needs to expand his European parliament group see:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Europe_of_Freedom_and_Democracy
His intention is to break down the EU not just remove the UK
yet people call him a xenophobe and racist towards other Europeans.
He's even married to a German and has bi-lingual kids. He's quite a interesting chap.
#64 - winglit (05/14/2013) [-]
Well this is very very good news, Im a US Air Force cadet, Ive been very focused on our politics because weve seen them go way too far left, to the point it has actually encroached on the freedoms I signed up to defend in the first place, Ironically Im a libertarian (We are a fairly Right wing group that believes pretty much in freedom before all else, Pro choice, the 2nd amendment, Flat Tax, less government regulations all around) and I signed my life away to defend freedoms, I gave up my own, to defend others, but theres been this stupid movement in the last few years out of fear, the belief that taking away freedoms will make us safer... Its not an easy fight... and I was well aware that England had pretty much given up position in the world to the EU, talk of switching over from pounds yeah? but I had no idea they were actually starting to fight back, Incredibly liberal the EU, makes me happy to see some kindve shift, not found of the violence though...
#41 - I wouldn't say they are more conservative just more to the rig… 05/14/2013 on Population Of The UK 0
#3 - He's looking a bit too slim here. 05/13/2013 on George rr Martin's views on... 0
#10 - No its not. Make-up 'enhances' features a veil hides features.…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/12/2013 on WTF 0
User avatar #14 - mutzaki (05/12/2013) [-]
But if those women in the picture are ugly ass hell, the veil does enhance the features.
#13 - Look up Harry Partriage's Starbarians. It's pretty much what K… 05/12/2013 on Gore n Shit 0
#108 - Anime is 'Space Brothers' or Uchuu Kyoudai  [+] (1 new reply) 05/11/2013 on Ever tried mugging a wizard? +2
#109 - tomorrowsnightmare (05/11/2013) [-]
Thanks
#68 - Comment deleted 05/11/2013 on Warming Globe +4
#202 - pfft it be okay if Hindus were overrunning us its Islam I can't stand. 05/09/2013 on The English Language 0
#13 - It doesn't really: Just keep in mind pre-industrialized Japan … 05/09/2013 on Japan 0
#7 - Picture 05/08/2013 on Pretty much sums up the UK +6
#4 - Reposting from Imgur? Really?  [+] (3 new replies) 05/08/2013 on First time having sex 0
User avatar #38 - koe (05/09/2013) [-]
who cares?
User avatar #15 - theblondefetus (05/08/2013) [-]
I'm more disappointed that you saved a thumbnail
User avatar #8 - yunablade (05/08/2013) [-]
...

Imgur has lots and lots of repost.

Don't make that look you know its true.
#10 - This is a fatty hate post!  [+] (1 new reply) 05/08/2013 on A bit too small ... 0
User avatar #11 - gunnay (05/08/2013) [-]
nope.
#184 - Oh **** I'm not making this up. I was a black… 05/08/2013 on I was a nigger in my past life +36
#4 - America viewed Japan as barbaric. When the states forced Japan…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/08/2013 on Japan +9
User avatar #10 - cockandawe (05/08/2013) [-]
Mskes sense. Kinda.
#13 - unijaw (05/09/2013) [-]
It doesn't really: Just keep in mind pre-industrialized Japan was a very strange place.
#42 - Picture 05/08/2013 on Something Useful +2
#144 - They need investment not charity. Heck any one of us could tak… 05/08/2013 on dark confession time! +2
#136 - & The one that my image was from From the an… 05/08/2013 on My Wand +1
#17 - I've never watched DBZ.. is it worth watching if you haven't g…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/07/2013 on Poor Naruto...... 0
User avatar #51 - kuchikirukia (05/07/2013) [-]
Oh God no. Perhaps the shortened Kai version, but DO NOT watch the full version. I tried. It was physically painful.

5 minutes of recaps every episode.
One-dimensional heroes.
Zero-dimensional villains.
No plot.
Absurdly scripted battles: "Ok, I'm just gonna stand here while you monologue for 5 minutes, then we're gonna punch at each other for 30 seconds, then you're gonna stand there while I spend 5 minutes powering up, we'll fight for 30 seconds more, then I'll stand around while you monologue and power up for the next 5 minutes, with 5 minutes of cuts to the peanut gallery for reactions"

If you're 8 years old and watching it on a weekly schedule, I can see how DBZ would work. But it's pretty horrible if you're watching episodes back-to-back and expecting any sort of progression. DBZ may have been groundbreaking, but it's mind-numbingly stupid.
User avatar #18 - ThpiderMan (05/07/2013) [-]
One Piece is a lot faster paced than DBZ generally, but DBZ has less alternate-story filler, and more "IMMA CHARGIN MALAYSIA" filler. Hard for me to judge DBZ fairly because, as you said, I'm blinded by some rose-tinted glasses. I like them both, probably would like One Piece more if it wasn't for the DBZ-nostalgia. Give Kai a shot, has a lot less screaming and powering up, makes for a more modern-feeling anime.
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