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#12 - It's not pronounced "dodge" it's pronounced "d-… 09/09/2013 on doge.exe has stopped working 0
#55 - I was thought all of this in grade 10 Civics & Careers. A …  [+] (2 new replies) 09/09/2013 on I can't think of a title +3
#288 - anonymous (09/10/2013) [-]
It's called CALM in Alberta ,"Career and Life Management". You learn about all that personal finance stuff and resumes/ cover letters, formal letter-writing, sexual education, and car maintenance. Also we usually do a little on how to use various microsoft applications.

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User avatar #175 - sirwolfcat (09/10/2013) [-]
We have a mandatory Finances class in my school
#126 - 9) The music is something awful. It's like someone saw a Wagne… 09/06/2013 on My OC comic part 2 0
#124 - 6) The setting seems to be mid-Renaissance Europe, although…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/06/2013 on My OC comic part 2 0
User avatar #126 - yofutofu (09/06/2013) [-]
9) The music is something awful. It's like someone saw a Wagner opera and decided that it would translate well to anime with some random modern rock elements mixed in. (Come to think of it, a lot of anime does this nowadays.) It lacks subtlety, and while I guess some would consider it epic, to me it just feels silly.
#123 - 1) The characterization is quite primitive and even preposteri…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/06/2013 on My OC comic part 2 0
User avatar #124 - yofutofu (09/06/2013) [-]

6) The setting seems to be mid-Renaissance Europe, although there are jarring anachronisms, like syringes and, perhaps this is just a guess, the jet-powered rappelling equipment they use to kill the Titans. (That was sarcasm.) Their construction seems to be a black box, which is not surprising, given the shallow nature of Japanese science fiction. Many people do not seem disturbed at all by the fact that there seems to be no explanation whatsoever for how the massive walls were constructed in defiance of what we know about structural engineering, nor any explanation for why the city planners thought it would be a great idea to build salient cities to attract Titan activity, but failed to compartmentalize the internal structure so that the loss of one gate would not mean the loss of an entire third of the total territory.

7) Then again, it seems that everyone with authority in the series thus far is carrying a giant idiot ball. The best soldiers apparently are placed further inside the walls, as if they expect us to believe that those in authority would actually rather have personal protection than a productive economy (meaning tax revenue) and stronger national security. Indeed, all these years after the first disaster, why continue to locate major civilian centers near gates at all? Why not instead build a series of smaller walls inside of the gate (instead of digging trenches, which obviously do not work) to form a bailey from which you can rain cannon fire down on the Titans from multiple angles if the wall is breached yet again?

8) The character ensemble seems to pretty much cater to your standard anime tropes. Even if they live long enough, they are unlikely to see any real development beyond their archetype.

User avatar #126 - yofutofu (09/06/2013) [-]
9) The music is something awful. It's like someone saw a Wagner opera and decided that it would translate well to anime with some random modern rock elements mixed in. (Come to think of it, a lot of anime does this nowadays.) It lacks subtlety, and while I guess some would consider it epic, to me it just feels silly.
#121 - I hate it more than anything else I've ever seen.  [+] (4 new replies) 09/06/2013 on My OC comic part 2 0
User avatar #122 - nimithecat (09/06/2013) [-]
Yeah, because it's mainstream. Hispters...
User avatar #123 - yofutofu (09/06/2013) [-]
1) The characterization is quite primitive and even preposterious at points despite the attempts to make the cast mature and serious.

2) It may seem all "tragic" in the beginning and make the audience "shocked" but eventually people will soon realize there is no actual tragedy and survival later in the anime; it is all about magic superpowers like in the case of any run of the mill action shonen (like naruto).

3) I've seen this all before... the cheesy dialogue, the 1 dimensional characterization, and the overused shonen nonsense. There are lots of those and by god do they ruin all attempts at having a serious survival or psychological story. The enemy seems invincible at first but then some obnoxious depressing, angry teenagers get convenient superpowers and defeat them by the like it's no problem... how fun. At this point, it seems like everyone has jutsus and hidden evil powers inside them, just like in Naru Don't even respond to me with a post saying "There is no other way the anime could be told.”

4) Half the interest, most will show in this anime, derives from the gore, which is meaningless and cheap. The other half is the mystery of the unworldly enemies, which goes away after it is revealed to all of the watchers. The anime pretends to be far more than it actually is; and that is a most basic zombie apocalypse scenario. I'm sure you get what I mean by that.


5) So Attack on Titan takes place in a future wherein humanity is hiding from man-eating giants behind three massive concentric walls. A mysterious pair of titans appear and bring down the outermost wall, causing approximately 20% of the surviving population to die and giving impetus for our main protagonist to seek revenge.




User avatar #124 - yofutofu (09/06/2013) [-]

6) The setting seems to be mid-Renaissance Europe, although there are jarring anachronisms, like syringes and, perhaps this is just a guess, the jet-powered rappelling equipment they use to kill the Titans. (That was sarcasm.) Their construction seems to be a black box, which is not surprising, given the shallow nature of Japanese science fiction. Many people do not seem disturbed at all by the fact that there seems to be no explanation whatsoever for how the massive walls were constructed in defiance of what we know about structural engineering, nor any explanation for why the city planners thought it would be a great idea to build salient cities to attract Titan activity, but failed to compartmentalize the internal structure so that the loss of one gate would not mean the loss of an entire third of the total territory.

7) Then again, it seems that everyone with authority in the series thus far is carrying a giant idiot ball. The best soldiers apparently are placed further inside the walls, as if they expect us to believe that those in authority would actually rather have personal protection than a productive economy (meaning tax revenue) and stronger national security. Indeed, all these years after the first disaster, why continue to locate major civilian centers near gates at all? Why not instead build a series of smaller walls inside of the gate (instead of digging trenches, which obviously do not work) to form a bailey from which you can rain cannon fire down on the Titans from multiple angles if the wall is breached yet again?

8) The character ensemble seems to pretty much cater to your standard anime tropes. Even if they live long enough, they are unlikely to see any real development beyond their archetype.

User avatar #126 - yofutofu (09/06/2013) [-]
9) The music is something awful. It's like someone saw a Wagner opera and decided that it would translate well to anime with some random modern rock elements mixed in. (Come to think of it, a lot of anime does this nowadays.) It lacks subtlety, and while I guess some would consider it epic, to me it just feels silly.
#150 - Well yeah i do agree with Ron Paul. He believed in actually fo…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/05/2013 on Before & Now 0
User avatar #156 - drewbridge (09/05/2013) [-]
Are you talking about this?

Article 1, Section 8, Clause 12


To raise and support Armies, but no Appropriation of Money to that Use shall be for a longer Term than two Years;



Or something else. I'd prefer if you cited what you mean, I'm not going to take your word for it, like I wouldn't take anyones word for it.

On a side note:
I HAVE been doing my own research for years, I've been watching intently since the 2011 Libyan rebel uprising, I haven't seen any evidence alluding that the Assad regime has used chemical weapons, although I believe he likely has them stockpiled somewhere. I have seen and know that terrorists wouldn't hesitate I think it would be a big mistake to attack Syria and put unstable Islamic fighters in charge.
#66 - The sock on his tail. 09/05/2013 on Snow Monkey +8
#142 - I wish people would wake up about their own nation, but hey, I…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/05/2013 on Before & Now 0
User avatar #146 - drewbridge (09/05/2013) [-]
Let me guess, you love Ron Paul and think we live in 1980s East Berlin.

That still sounds asinine. Iran themselves know we don't like them for their trying to get nuclear weapons.
User avatar #150 - yofutofu (09/05/2013) [-]
Well yeah i do agree with Ron Paul. He believed in actually following the constitution. For example, did you know that the constitution prohibits a standing army, yet the united states has the most military spending on the planet?
User avatar #156 - drewbridge (09/05/2013) [-]
Are you talking about this?

Article 1, Section 8, Clause 12


To raise and support Armies, but no Appropriation of Money to that Use shall be for a longer Term than two Years;



Or something else. I'd prefer if you cited what you mean, I'm not going to take your word for it, like I wouldn't take anyones word for it.

On a side note:
I HAVE been doing my own research for years, I've been watching intently since the 2011 Libyan rebel uprising, I haven't seen any evidence alluding that the Assad regime has used chemical weapons, although I believe he likely has them stockpiled somewhere. I have seen and know that terrorists wouldn't hesitate I think it would be a big mistake to attack Syria and put unstable Islamic fighters in charge.
#140 - You're so critical of my points, yet you do no question your m…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/05/2013 on Before & Now 0
User avatar #141 - drewbridge (09/05/2013) [-]
I actually don't listen to "the media", but people like you seem to think I've been drinking the kool-aid...I haven't.

Both countries have over a billion people and a formidable army. There is no way they just keep quiet about shit like sanctions against a country they need. Again, the US has less than 1/3 of the population of these countries.

I don't like videos, either. Hearing some guy drone one sided apophenia/fear spreading/disinformation for 10 minutes.
#142 - yofutofu (09/05/2013) [-]
I wish people would wake up about their own nation, but hey, I can't force knowledge down you throat. Just just remember what I've said and keep it in context when you watch the news about the middle east.
Also , both India and china still buy oil from the middle east, they are just forced to buy it using the USD when buying from OPEC nations.India and china buy fuel from Iran using their own Yuan and Rupee, and that's why we see the massive propaganda against Iran.
User avatar #146 - drewbridge (09/05/2013) [-]
Let me guess, you love Ron Paul and think we live in 1980s East Berlin.

That still sounds asinine. Iran themselves know we don't like them for their trying to get nuclear weapons.
User avatar #150 - yofutofu (09/05/2013) [-]
Well yeah i do agree with Ron Paul. He believed in actually following the constitution. For example, did you know that the constitution prohibits a standing army, yet the united states has the most military spending on the planet?
User avatar #156 - drewbridge (09/05/2013) [-]
Are you talking about this?

Article 1, Section 8, Clause 12


To raise and support Armies, but no Appropriation of Money to that Use shall be for a longer Term than two Years;



Or something else. I'd prefer if you cited what you mean, I'm not going to take your word for it, like I wouldn't take anyones word for it.

On a side note:
I HAVE been doing my own research for years, I've been watching intently since the 2011 Libyan rebel uprising, I haven't seen any evidence alluding that the Assad regime has used chemical weapons, although I believe he likely has them stockpiled somewhere. I have seen and know that terrorists wouldn't hesitate I think it would be a big mistake to attack Syria and put unstable Islamic fighters in charge.
#139 - Go read this article 09/05/2013 on Before & Now 0
#136 - Because the European dollar doesn't have a petrol backing. Als…  [+] (9 new replies) 09/05/2013 on Before & Now 0
User avatar #137 - drewbridge (09/05/2013) [-]
So wait, something that could of helped Europe was attacked by them, and they supported us in attacking it? Prices still went up.

I do not believe that the entire fucking planet and every single major government somehow didn't know this was going on, but a small group of people on the internet did.
#139 - yofutofu (09/05/2013) [-]
Go read this article
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petrodollar
User avatar #138 - drewbridge (09/05/2013) [-]
And that China and India just don't give a shit. Yeah, that doesn't sound likely.
#140 - yofutofu (09/05/2013) [-]
You're so critical of my points, yet you do no question your media in the same way. Also India and China do care, but The US obviously doesn't announce that they invade these countries because they started selling their oil in a currency other than the USD. They say things along the lines of "chemical usage on their own people" and "weapons of mass destruction"
www.youtube.com/watch?v=P02vjiEZyUs
Another video.
PS: I do applaud you for questioning me, because i too believe in questioning everything, but you should also question the motives of your nation.
User avatar #141 - drewbridge (09/05/2013) [-]
I actually don't listen to "the media", but people like you seem to think I've been drinking the kool-aid...I haven't.

Both countries have over a billion people and a formidable army. There is no way they just keep quiet about shit like sanctions against a country they need. Again, the US has less than 1/3 of the population of these countries.

I don't like videos, either. Hearing some guy drone one sided apophenia/fear spreading/disinformation for 10 minutes.
#142 - yofutofu (09/05/2013) [-]
I wish people would wake up about their own nation, but hey, I can't force knowledge down you throat. Just just remember what I've said and keep it in context when you watch the news about the middle east.
Also , both India and china still buy oil from the middle east, they are just forced to buy it using the USD when buying from OPEC nations.India and china buy fuel from Iran using their own Yuan and Rupee, and that's why we see the massive propaganda against Iran.
User avatar #146 - drewbridge (09/05/2013) [-]
Let me guess, you love Ron Paul and think we live in 1980s East Berlin.

That still sounds asinine. Iran themselves know we don't like them for their trying to get nuclear weapons.
User avatar #150 - yofutofu (09/05/2013) [-]
Well yeah i do agree with Ron Paul. He believed in actually following the constitution. For example, did you know that the constitution prohibits a standing army, yet the united states has the most military spending on the planet?
User avatar #156 - drewbridge (09/05/2013) [-]
Are you talking about this?

Article 1, Section 8, Clause 12


To raise and support Armies, but no Appropriation of Money to that Use shall be for a longer Term than two Years;



Or something else. I'd prefer if you cited what you mean, I'm not going to take your word for it, like I wouldn't take anyones word for it.

On a side note:
I HAVE been doing my own research for years, I've been watching intently since the 2011 Libyan rebel uprising, I haven't seen any evidence alluding that the Assad regime has used chemical weapons, although I believe he likely has them stockpiled somewhere. I have seen and know that terrorists wouldn't hesitate I think it would be a big mistake to attack Syria and put unstable Islamic fighters in charge.
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#239 - I got a one day ban once for thumbing down porn, It was probab…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/05/2013 on The only real site on the net +1
User avatar #268 - guiltyparty (09/05/2013) [-]
i only got six hours when i posted a butt gif ...
#255 - anonymous (09/05/2013) [-]
"I've got niggers in my family tree too, some of em are still hanging there"
#242 - xxitzchubbsxx (09/05/2013) [-]
should have thumbed it up then.
#67 - Do you really think that there's a lot of oil left? Production… 09/05/2013 on Before & Now 0
#20 - Maybe because there isn't an infinite amount of oil in the gro…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/05/2013 on Before & Now 0
#48 - CrackPipeWillie (09/05/2013) [-]
bullshit, do you have any idea how much oil there is in the world. We've barely used any of the worlds supply of oil theres still plenty of it left. There reason gas prices are so high, is because the oil companies have a complete monopoly over prices, and they can charge whatever they feel like charging.
#67 - yofutofu (09/05/2013) [-]
Do you really think that there's a lot of oil left? Production of sweet crude already peaked and we're on the verge of peaking the oil sands.
#19 - I hate this misconception about America invading countries FOR…  [+] (13 new replies) 09/05/2013 on Before & Now +13
User avatar #135 - drewbridge (09/05/2013) [-]
So....why did Europe help us, then.
#136 - yofutofu (09/05/2013) [-]
Because the European dollar doesn't have a petrol backing. Also, governments are not immune to propaganda campaigns.
User avatar #137 - drewbridge (09/05/2013) [-]
So wait, something that could of helped Europe was attacked by them, and they supported us in attacking it? Prices still went up.

I do not believe that the entire fucking planet and every single major government somehow didn't know this was going on, but a small group of people on the internet did.
#139 - yofutofu (09/05/2013) [-]
Go read this article
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petrodollar
User avatar #138 - drewbridge (09/05/2013) [-]
And that China and India just don't give a shit. Yeah, that doesn't sound likely.
#140 - yofutofu (09/05/2013) [-]
You're so critical of my points, yet you do no question your media in the same way. Also India and China do care, but The US obviously doesn't announce that they invade these countries because they started selling their oil in a currency other than the USD. They say things along the lines of "chemical usage on their own people" and "weapons of mass destruction"
www.youtube.com/watch?v=P02vjiEZyUs
Another video.
PS: I do applaud you for questioning me, because i too believe in questioning everything, but you should also question the motives of your nation.
User avatar #141 - drewbridge (09/05/2013) [-]
I actually don't listen to "the media", but people like you seem to think I've been drinking the kool-aid...I haven't.

Both countries have over a billion people and a formidable army. There is no way they just keep quiet about shit like sanctions against a country they need. Again, the US has less than 1/3 of the population of these countries.

I don't like videos, either. Hearing some guy drone one sided apophenia/fear spreading/disinformation for 10 minutes.
#142 - yofutofu (09/05/2013) [-]
I wish people would wake up about their own nation, but hey, I can't force knowledge down you throat. Just just remember what I've said and keep it in context when you watch the news about the middle east.
Also , both India and china still buy oil from the middle east, they are just forced to buy it using the USD when buying from OPEC nations.India and china buy fuel from Iran using their own Yuan and Rupee, and that's why we see the massive propaganda against Iran.
User avatar #146 - drewbridge (09/05/2013) [-]
Let me guess, you love Ron Paul and think we live in 1980s East Berlin.

That still sounds asinine. Iran themselves know we don't like them for their trying to get nuclear weapons.
User avatar #150 - yofutofu (09/05/2013) [-]
Well yeah i do agree with Ron Paul. He believed in actually following the constitution. For example, did you know that the constitution prohibits a standing army, yet the united states has the most military spending on the planet?
User avatar #156 - drewbridge (09/05/2013) [-]
Are you talking about this?

Article 1, Section 8, Clause 12


To raise and support Armies, but no Appropriation of Money to that Use shall be for a longer Term than two Years;



Or something else. I'd prefer if you cited what you mean, I'm not going to take your word for it, like I wouldn't take anyones word for it.

On a side note:
I HAVE been doing my own research for years, I've been watching intently since the 2011 Libyan rebel uprising, I haven't seen any evidence alluding that the Assad regime has used chemical weapons, although I believe he likely has them stockpiled somewhere. I have seen and know that terrorists wouldn't hesitate I think it would be a big mistake to attack Syria and put unstable Islamic fighters in charge.
User avatar #86 - iamaniceperson (09/05/2013) [-]
This GIF is hipnotizing...
#84 - chachacobras (09/05/2013) [-]
I see your gif and raise you a related one.
#14 - I pretty much read everything up to the end of the death of th…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/03/2013 on you better run little bitch 0
User avatar #15 - Vuumbleman (09/03/2013) [-]
Yeah, that happens.
#12 - Yeah, i've always preferred dc to marvel. I feel really bad th…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/03/2013 on you better run little bitch +1
#13 - Vuumbleman (09/03/2013) [-]
I haven't been able to keep up with much of it. I've read most of the Justice League New 52 and some of the Teen Titans New 52. I'm not sure how I like Superboy being psionic in nature. The next big DC Animated movie is going to be of the New 52 Justice League.
User avatar #14 - yofutofu (09/03/2013) [-]
I pretty much read everything up to the end of the death of the family arc, then i kinda just lost the time to read it.
User avatar #15 - Vuumbleman (09/03/2013) [-]
Yeah, that happens.
#2 - The thing i hate the most about that movie is how they switch …  [+] (1 new reply) 09/03/2013 on Avatar +4
#4 - quiescat (09/04/2013) [-]
the white people thing i could have let slide. but then the rest of the movie happens.frankly at that point i am not sure what one thing needed to be fixed. it could have stood as a shitty kung fu flick with good cgi action and it would have made a killing at the box office i bet. to be slightly fair to the movie though book 1 was the weakest to me at least. it would have taken a lot longer then 103 minutes to do even the least of the books any justice ( with good writers, Director, and actors much less what they got)
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#5 - komandantmirkoo (09/03/2013) [-]
never!
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User avatar #11 - Vuumbleman (09/03/2013) [-]
Tell me what you think after you watch it. DC is usually pretty good about their animated stuff, and Flashpoint Paradox is no exception.
User avatar #12 - yofutofu (09/03/2013) [-]
Yeah, i've always preferred dc to marvel. I feel really bad though, I'm super behind on my new 52 readings.
#13 - Vuumbleman (09/03/2013) [-]
I haven't been able to keep up with much of it. I've read most of the Justice League New 52 and some of the Teen Titans New 52. I'm not sure how I like Superboy being psionic in nature. The next big DC Animated movie is going to be of the New 52 Justice League.
User avatar #14 - yofutofu (09/03/2013) [-]
I pretty much read everything up to the end of the death of the family arc, then i kinda just lost the time to read it.
User avatar #15 - Vuumbleman (09/03/2013) [-]
Yeah, that happens.
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#40 - tridaak ONLINE (09/02/2014) [-]
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User avatar #36 - dsgbiohazard ONLINE (01/20/2014) [-]
You: HUR DUR ATTACK ON TITAN IS SUCH A **** SHOW. **** EVERYONE WHO WATCHES IT. *watches MLP*

Vinyl is best pony anyways. ******* casual.
#37 to #36 - yofutofu ONLINE (01/20/2014) [-]
I thumb down attack on titan posts the same way someone who hates mlp would thumb down mlp posts. Thumbs mean nothing really. Also you might want to correct that to "watched mlp" I haven't watched the show since season 2.    
   
   
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I thumb down attack on titan posts the same way someone who hates mlp would thumb down mlp posts. Thumbs mean nothing really. Also you might want to correct that to "watched mlp" I haven't watched the show since season 2.


**** yo **** ***** rarity is best
#38 to #37 - dsgbiohazard ONLINE (01/20/2014) [-]
Still counts.
User avatar #35 - angelooo ONLINE (07/11/2013) [-]
You trading those Rits?
#28 - anonymous (06/08/2012) [-]
May I say that what little I have seen of your commenting (Granted, it's only been one short thread, but still) has given me quite some respect for you? I don't know if you care about a simple anons acknowledgement, but I felt it necessary to say :)
Continue being you, please.
#29 to #29 - yofutofu ONLINE (06/09/2012) [-]
Thank you Anon, i appreciate it. What thread did you see me on?
Thank you Anon, i appreciate it. What thread did you see me on?
#11 - aquamarch (01/30/2012) [-]
I added you because you're left handed xD
User avatar #8 - ooaltairoo (12/10/2011) [-]
I'd just like to say that I'm sorry that retarded bitch "lustad" deleted your comments on one of her "funny comics".

You were just expressing your thoughts on the subject of that comic (with wich I ABSOLUTELY agree, her comics are ******* un-funny pieces of dragon **** ) and would just like to inform you that she even went and disabled the comments because the majority of them (and the top rated ones) were negative towards her content.

Pathetic, eh?
User avatar #9 to #9 - yofutofu ONLINE (12/10/2011) [-]
wow that bitch
User avatar #10 to #10 - ooaltairoo (12/10/2011) [-]
I know, right? I myself once wrote a similar comment on her content once and she ******* blocked me.

Wow.
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User avatar #3 - sunchippy (08/15/2011) [-]
thanks for the add!
User avatar #4 to #3 - yofutofu ONLINE (08/15/2011) [-]
no prob :P
User avatar #5 to #4 - sunchippy (08/15/2011) [-]
cool. having a good day?
User avatar #6 to #5 - yofutofu ONLINE (08/15/2011) [-]
yep, but i'm now too afraid to put my feet on the ground
User avatar #1 - darklordwaffle (07/09/2011) [-]
For the record, you had the wrong statistic. We're ranked 17th.
User avatar #2 to #1 - yofutofu ONLINE (07/09/2011) [-]
i know , i was trolling , and also there has been many studies each using different systems of classifying the "the success" of a nations public school system so no conclusive results can be made , also I used severely incorrect grammar to increase the anger of fj :P ( I meant no offence to the American, because saying they're all Unintelligent would be a Ignorant statement).
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