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Date Signed Up:10/22/2012
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#16 - lol, 11 here 04/12/2014 on God 0
#33 - probably that they're brother/sister. some ***** … 03/31/2014 on Well, what's wrong with that 0
#59 - advice, yo - advise is a verb 03/31/2014 on conscientious 0
#42 - professional drivers don't ply their trade on public roads …  [+] (1 new reply) 03/24/2014 on A true American 0
#44 - endospore (03/24/2014) [-]
Yes, but you're ignoring the point that other people have a say. You lack basic reading comprehension. Lawyers become lawmakers, but people still vote on the laws before they go on the book. But I guess voting on things goes out the window when it makes your life a little inconvenient.
#37 - how do those things even remotely relate in your mind? measure…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/24/2014 on A true American 0
#39 - endospore (03/24/2014) [-]
That's an incredibly stupid argument. It's like saying that only professional drivers get a say in speed limits. It's like saying that only people that run websites can decide net neutrality. It's like saying that only police officers should determine laws.

Just because normal people don't use them in 'critical' capacities does not mean it doesn't affect them in very deep ways. Your idea results in a very small amount of people changing an entire system to make their lives very slightly easier at the expense of the entire population.
#42 - zeittergiest (03/24/2014) [-]
professional drivers don't ply their trade on public roads

computer nerds created net neutrality - look up the origin of the software that made the internet possible

lawyers become lawmakers, and thus decide laws

all of your points suck
#44 - endospore (03/24/2014) [-]
Yes, but you're ignoring the point that other people have a say. You lack basic reading comprehension. Lawyers become lawmakers, but people still vote on the laws before they go on the book. But I guess voting on things goes out the window when it makes your life a little inconvenient.
#35 - as an engineer whose job (like all engineers/sciency people) u…  [+] (6 new replies) 03/24/2014 on A true American 0
User avatar #46 - thewrasler (03/24/2014) [-]
I'm a mechanical engineering major, so I do get an opinion. Conversions aren't that tough, especially if you know how to utilize a program like mathematica. They're time consuming, but not every job or project is going to require conversions
#36 - endospore (03/24/2014) [-]
Wow, you're right! I guess since my job doesn't directly involve a firearm, I have absolutely no say in gun control laws, either!
#37 - zeittergiest (03/24/2014) [-]
how do those things even remotely relate in your mind? measurements that are arbitrary should be devised by those who use them in critical capacities, and those who use them in a casual or "normal" way can just deal with it
#39 - endospore (03/24/2014) [-]
That's an incredibly stupid argument. It's like saying that only professional drivers get a say in speed limits. It's like saying that only people that run websites can decide net neutrality. It's like saying that only police officers should determine laws.

Just because normal people don't use them in 'critical' capacities does not mean it doesn't affect them in very deep ways. Your idea results in a very small amount of people changing an entire system to make their lives very slightly easier at the expense of the entire population.
#42 - zeittergiest (03/24/2014) [-]
professional drivers don't ply their trade on public roads

computer nerds created net neutrality - look up the origin of the software that made the internet possible

lawyers become lawmakers, and thus decide laws

all of your points suck
#44 - endospore (03/24/2014) [-]
Yes, but you're ignoring the point that other people have a say. You lack basic reading comprehension. Lawyers become lawmakers, but people still vote on the laws before they go on the book. But I guess voting on things goes out the window when it makes your life a little inconvenient.
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#7 - far right 01/29/2014 on Smooth as fuck +2
#9 - it isn't, just tumblrfags being tumblrfags 01/20/2014 on Bowmance +1
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