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****ing loser 28 comments
garlog · 2 minutes ago
Except it is somewhat difficult to sort through several posts in a long column of posts if your trying to reply to someone other than the chain-poster. (maybe more annoying than difficult).
Also, the format of the site is such that it has a relatively small character limit per comment, which is usually put in place to avoid walls of text.
I hate that guy 6 comments
garlog · 14 hours ago
Yes, yes, you're garbage at basic life things and want people to hear about it for some reason.
Cool graffiti 30 comments
garlog · 14 hours ago
Making people afraid where they live doesn't make them go away.
****ing loser 28 comments
garlog · 1 day ago
Sorry.
****ing loser 28 comments
garlog · 1 day ago
I'm surprised this site doesn't have a rule about posting more than one comment in a row.
Can I have one 2 comments
garlog · 1 day ago
Nope, too good to be true, run from that one.
Words 6 comments
garlog · 2 days ago
That depends on what is limited and how we're defining growth.
Still a breathtaking guy 2 comments
garlog · 2 days ago
Die a hero, live long enough to become villain, blah, blah, blah...
The misguided hatred towards immigrants 24 comments
garlog · 3 days ago
Red pill me on the people who aren't jew tools. Is it just the lizard men?
The misguided hatred towards immigrants 24 comments
garlog · 4 days ago
Communists get out.
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I don't get it 27 comments
garlog · 4 days ago
>bait
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Very true 5 comments
garlog · 6 days ago
Yes, exactly.
Penguins on the back of a caterpillar 3 comments
garlog · 6 days ago
Is that a tent worm? Those things damn near killed one of my trees.
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Life sucks, and then we die... 17 comments
garlog · 6 days ago
That's one hell of a semantic argument.
To my coworker 5 comments
garlog · 6 days ago
No, it means you have to accept it if you want to deal with them.
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Very true 5 comments
garlog · 6 days ago
Closed means closed, open means open. Deal with it.
Reflective imminent abrupt Cat 4 comments
garlog · 6 days ago
I don't imagine that's the definition they were using.
Life sucks, and then we die... 17 comments
garlog · 1 week ago
That doesn't matter, it's still overly specific.
Sounds about right 8 comments
garlog · 1 week ago
Well, what do you mean by succeed?
Life sucks, and then we die... 17 comments
garlog · 1 week ago
That seems overly specific to be a useful anecdote.
Colorado 8 comments
garlog · 1 week ago
Those babies quality of life sure wasn't improved.
Truth in reporting, please 12 comments
garlog · 1 week ago
Possibly.
Tolkien forever 12 comments
garlog · 1 week ago
I'm pretty sure it was meant to be humorous, not insulting.
Tolkien forever 12 comments
garlog · 1 week ago
It's literally a children's book. It won a best juvenile fiction of the year award for 1938 and had a Carnegie Medal nomination.
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United they fight 7 comments
garlog · 1 week ago
How is that a dog whistle?
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