general_failure

general_failure


Who am I and what am I doing on your SSD?

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Onions 8 comments
general_failure · 7 hours ago
The point is in the word "belittle", meaning that roasting comedy should be directed uphill, not downhill.
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Oh uh 4 comments
general_failure · 2 days ago
I don't even listen to present me as I never listen to my own advice, like ever.
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Tastes like rust and carbon monoxide 2 comments
general_failure · 3 days ago
Of course, that's the version with electric cars.
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general_failure · 4 days ago
As to the Thurston case, it's the fucking worst example ever to argue how men are disadvantaged in court when it comes to domestic violence cases.
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"Thurston admitted to shooting the victim in self-defense, failing to call authorities for a one-day period, wrapping the body in a sleeping bag and a blue tarp, and ultimately dumping the body near some railroad tracks. The jury acquitted Thurston of murder but convicted him of tampering with evidence." - motherfucker appealed even that. Jury took his word and accepted his claim of self defense. After he fucking hid her body in the wilderrness. Yee-haw.
http://texastechlawreview.org/court-of-criminal-appeals-update-thurston-v-state/
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RIP in peace 1 comments
general_failure · 1 week ago
RIP in peace? Like... RIPIP?
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general_failure · 1 week ago
I'm afraid my hay fever doesn't tolerate your constant straw man bullshit so excuse my ignoring you from here on, I can only overdose my desloratadine so much.
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general_failure · 1 week ago
@iccarus I'm saying if the 200 lb guy puts all his strength into the "return"of the hit of his 45 lb girlfriend it's not legit self defense. I don't your specific local laws, here self-defense is legit when someone is presently attacking you or is obviously taking a swing at you right now and/or if this attack is continuing, but you're obliged to a nuanced reaction. If someone hits you, you're not automatically granted to return a hit, only as an immediate reaction. An overreaction will only be tolerated if you can credibly claim to be in a panic for your life.

@garlog - "Defending yourself to victory" - you sound like a gamer boy with no idea what a relationship is.
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general_failure · 1 week ago
It depends on the very specific circumstances. If the guy and the girl would fight in the same weight class, why not. If a 200 lb guy "returns" the hit of his 90 lb girlfriend with both giving what they got he should be locked up.
Someone is salty 3 comments
general_failure · 1 week ago
It's pretty new since modern social media hasn't been around for so long. It's the old "billionaires taking influence on society and politics" - on meth.
No word needed 5 comments
general_failure · 1 week ago
Also let's not forget we're talking about three pretty, pretty old countries and one very young. Next civil war about to start soon probably.
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No word needed 5 comments
general_failure · 1 week ago
I'll take the bait: what would the population per square mile have to do with anything? I thought that was the absurd argument pro electoral college, now how does it influence the number of school shootings?
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general_failure · 1 week ago
"hit someone because they hit you" is not self defense, it's revenge. So Molly missed the point here. In her scenario a guy has of course every right to protect himself, forcefully if needed, however, there's nuance. He should also ask himself why he is in this relationship in the first place. This applies to anyone suffering violence in a relation. "Equal rights .- equal fights" is just incel bullshit.
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general_failure · 1 week ago
White knights usually have a pretty good instinct who to piss off and who better not, so they'll probably not interfere when someone is in real danger.
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general_failure · 1 week ago
I'd rather call this pathological. That person would by definition be in a toxic relationship
AI is becoming more advanced 1 comments
general_failure · 1 week ago
The only NFTs you can buy with dogecoin
Classic 6 comments
general_failure · 1 week ago
Wrong. The only answer worth asking for is 42.
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Fillosuffee 1 comments
general_failure · 1 week ago
"A good man is hard to find" - Society
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"A hard man is good to find" - Mae West
Pyoingngngngn 11 comments
general_failure · 1 week ago
Ok, where do I send the cleaning bill for my shirt I spit my coffee on laughing so hard?
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Men's Mental Health Matters 9 comments
general_failure · 2 weeks ago
Just checked out his (J. Petersons) twatter and the quote is pretty much cut in half, the second part being a bullshit strawman rant against the "social justice bent" who of all people should be especially grateful to those toilers. Yeah, seems like the guy knows how humans work. And uses his skills to pit people against each other disguising it at as an appeal to gratitude. Way to go.
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Men's Mental Health Matters 9 comments
general_failure · 2 weeks ago
This is about toxic masculinity, something that is very existent and something which people desperately need to understand has grave, negative effects on both men and women. Hero worship for construction workers and those doing "dirty, manly" jobs is part of the problem. Of course it's ok to be what you are, and people need to be respected for who they are and for their hard and honest work, but to tie self-destructive toiling to masculinity is wrong and dangerous. Instead of being grateful to those men for destroying themselves, their job conditions must be improved. I have worked alongside construction quite a few years and it's not dominated by super muscular men lifting heavy weights til they literally break their backs any more. Jobs that physically hurt the worker need to be abolished and improved which is what some eqivalent to OSHA are regulating all over the world. Not every man can do hard physical work but many women can. No need for male martyrs.
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Were did they come from? 5 comments
general_failure · 2 weeks ago
I think the wikipedia entry is quite informative although it also leaves a lot of questions unanswered. What seems to be possible is that there's probably not been ONE sea people but a number of armies from different places have been subsumed under sea peoples. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_Peoples
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Poop and piss also not allowed 9 comments
general_failure · 2 weeks ago
CuCUMber? CUMin? CUMberland sausage?
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Get that swamp body 2 comments
general_failure · 2 weeks ago
I have some doubt that double digit millions of women forced their partners to watch Shrek, more or less openly drooling over his physique and "let Daddy finish the job" later at home after a few Chardonnay goggles.
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Did I mention he didn't kill himself? 17 comments
general_failure · 2 weeks ago
How do we know we're talking about "some of the most powerful people in the world"? How do we have any idea who has actually commited a crime and/or was aware they were dealing with underaged victims of trafficking? Apparently it is an inevitable routine of obscenely rich men to have sex with very young women who get paid for it one way or the other. That's nauseating when you look at it but pretty much perfectly legal anywhere. Types like Epstein always love to surround themselves with "the rich and mighty" for various reasons, all that doesn't mean Jack. There is one guy publicly accused, Prince Andrew who is apparently a stupid knob and has been about as influential as the Queen's corgis, and that's basically it. Delusional leftists like to insinuate Trump did dirty, rightist claim Clinton "must have done" something but the truth is we don't know anything. Occam's razor is strongly in favor of the Epstein-suicide theory which is of course ignored by the usual net mob.
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Did I mention he didn't kill himself? 17 comments
general_failure · 2 weeks ago
There's probably another thing people need to know: how a constitutional justice system works.