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#57 - It's a toss up between Iron Man and Thor for me. Main reason i…  [+] (1 reply) 01/20/2013 on Times have changed +3
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#69 - Stickpye (01/21/2013) [-]
Well... Not quite batteries. He basically runs on the integrity of the inbuilt arc reactor stored in his suit.. Once he uses too much energy. the integrity of the suit reactor deteriorates. Which is why he gets a power boost when Thor hits him with lightning
#264 - Wow you are ignorant. We are looking. Just because you are loo…  [+] (2 replies) 12/16/2012 on praise be to bacon 0
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#390 - gammajk (12/16/2012) [-]
We aren't looking enough. Pretty obvious based on how nearly everybody is turning this into a gun control argument and not about the actual root fucking causes of the problems. Happens with every single amanda todd that happens, everybody just cries and cries but doesn't do shit about WHY all these teenagers are killing themselves.
And, guess what, the problem doesn't lie 100% in the fact that don't know the cause or the cure, but the fact that we have pathetic recognition systems in place and the social stigma surrounding people with mental illnesses.
#632 - yaysuperduper (12/16/2012) [-]
We are looking pretty damn hard. I have professors that do some of this research. If everyone had unlimited resources, sure we could look harder, but that's not the case. It just comes down to how ridiculously complicated the brain is.

I know the problem isn't guns, it's the crazy people that use them. But you can't tell a person is crazy with a quick test. These tests take weeks to months and most likely won't work if the person is not helpful or cooperative. And as for that "social stigma..." 11 percent of the US is on antidepressants alone. That's not even counting antipsychotics or other neuroaffector agents. I doubt that many people would be willingly taking these meds if there was such a bad social stigma.