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Lol.......Read you will find it funny 8 comments
guest_ · 3 hours ago
I dunnoh. It’s all really made up anyway. Quite often the person in charge of an office or even a country is objectively the “best” or even qualified. It comes down to the way we choose to present ourselves to the world. The stock market that underpins our world is all made up- and the money it represents isn’t tied to any tangible value. A bunch of people got together, decided this slip of paper was “worth” more than the other and agreed on it. They’re acting it out in their daily lives and consuming it like crazy and it’s all bullshit. We could just as easily use fortnite skins or Pokémon cards as stocks, and even their pretend value isn’t set but indexes to how a person feels about them at any moment and not any actual real thing. That’s all society is- a bunch of people agreeing to play pretend because it beats the law of the jungle.
Lol.......Read you will find it funny 8 comments
guest_ · 7 hours ago
Kids that were in their early teens and played Pokémon made fun of kids for yughio. Kids who played magic the gathering made fun of kids who played Pokémon. And so on and so on. We tend to have selective memories. When we see someone else do something like speed while driving- we often think they are a fool or a lunatic who is selfish and dangerous. But when WE are the ones doing it it’s different. They were “out of control” and “breaking the rules dangerously,” while we are obvious in control and being safe in our doing it. To an outside observer though we are now the lunatic. We tend to forgive our own selves the same indulgences we criticize in others- and objectively any hobby can seem dumb or destructive when it isn’t our own hobby.
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The future of vidya 4 comments
guest_ · 7 hours ago
In 2022 EA is a massive conglomerate that was tasked with rejuvenating the struggling American healthcare industry. Some of their most popular non software DLC bundles include the one that lets you hug your baby after it is born, their “insulin loot chest” which is the only way to get the insulin and not just the needles without grinding for 10,000 hours for a months supply, and the pace maker DLC which provides heart beats regularly instead of at 35 beats per minute. They’re making inroads into food as well- with America’s favorite food being the bread sandwich, and 90% of customers opting for either the “meat” or “peanut butter” add ons. They were able to get away with it thanks to the EA voting machines installed in 2020 which allowed an extra vote for $50 and your votes could actually count for an extra $75k.
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Don't know if this was already posted but here 2 comments
guest_ · 8 hours ago
This one actually happened to me. It wasn’t the accent itself though, the guy was in India. The reason it was an issue was because I was looking up a how to on one of my motorcycles and the specifications are not the same internationally so I was hoping to find one from my country so that I knew the information applied to my bike- but the only tutorials on what I wanted to do were from India so I went back and watched it- and it did turn out I couldn’t use the video for help. I just had to go get the service manual- but it would have been nice to save a few dollars.
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People like this 3 comments
guest_ · 8 hours ago
That’s why it’s called “closing” Say-ruh. Because the doors are closing- at 6. How long does it take you to close a door? Doesn’t take me 2 minutes. So if you show up at 6:02- doors gonna be closed. Don’t gotta be a door physicist to know that.
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Casting call 2 comments
guest_ · 8 hours ago
I’d watch this. I’m not even joking- I’d literally prefer if they just replaced the cgi sonic with Jeff Goldblum dressed like that. And just give him a script that says what’s going on and what other characters say but not him- and let him do whatever lines come naturally. I would, no humor, no sarcasm, I would straight up buy a ticket to that movie. I will not be buying a ticket to it as it is, but that I’d watch.
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The live of my liiiiife 2 comments
guest_ · 8 hours ago
Dig deep enough and everyone is dirty. Usually the more impressive or known your accomplishments the darker the dirt. But look around and open your eyes in your very community and you’d see people who make profound impacts and deserve appreciation. What is a statue really but the solidified and frozen virtues and deeds of a person that we feel would be a gift to the future to remember? A statue doesn’t say you were perfect- it says you made an impact on this group and they want to remember the good about you. So who “deserves” a statue? Really no one. But- people are going to keep making them for people they are fond of- and not everyone is going to be fond of the same people. The hero that frees the fly is villain to the spider.
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What the **** 173 comments
guest_ · 8 hours ago
@firmlee_grasspit- thank you. And I enjoy reading your comments and think this site benefits as well- and I mean that sincerely.
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What the **** 173 comments
guest_ · 8 hours ago
@vitklim- so.... if Someone else ant call someone’s spouse a “dirty boy/girl,” pet names etc- no one else can? Like- if someone’s mother has some sweet little nickname for them like “Scooter” that embarrasses them- your mom can’t call you that if I can’t right? If you call your mother or best friend or romantic partner a dummy or a bitch or whatever else when you’re angry- then I can run around calling them that? If it’s my job to debunk Enrico Fermi I can do it without saying “look at this bull shit greasy Italian science here...” even IF fermi had ever used that language about himself- his being Italian has nothing to do with debunking his politics or science.
It really is 16 comments
guest_ · 9 hours ago
*update- in context to the post I realize this is likely referring to the movie theater. As soon as I was old enough to go alone- if there was a film I wanted to see and I had money or a way in- I’d go wether alone or not. But from my earliest memory I was fine with the concept and didn’t even find out until I was 20 or so there was a stigma to going to a theater alone- and didn’t understand that concept. If I want to eat somewhere I’m going to do so- because I want to- alone or not. Go for a walk, travel, watch a movie- I’m not going to let the fact someone else isn’t around, or that the someone there doesn’t want to do the things I want to- stop me from enjoying my life.
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Something seems a little off here 5 comments
guest_ · 9 hours ago
Succinct- and true in concept but vague in language. One can have instructions and not follow them- or do their best to follow them but not understand them. Or understand and follow them but still get poor results. You can watch a YouTube tutorial on how to win Lemans or how to beat dark souls on the highest difficulty, or how to paint photorealistic water colors and still following those instructions get terrible results through some lack of skill or ability.
The Zuck joins the fight 4 comments
guest_ · 9 hours ago
Finally someone who isn’t afraid to speak the truth or turn a blind eye. Good points. Big potato has been a pawn and a puppet master from the shadows for too long. Commercial farming is just a tool of the machines as you say. Produce crops useful to them and limit bio diversity so that when the tone comes it’s that much easier to cut off our food. “Johnny Appleseed” is a myth spread by machines so that after the fall we will plant apples- one kind of crop that humans can’t survive on alone. A real patriot would plant several species of rice and beans and lemons!
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How true 35 comments
guest_ · 9 hours ago
That would be mirrored in our society in the fact that we tend to more actively dissuade young women from exercising physical aggression as well as being less accepting of socially acceptable forms of expressing such impulses in women. But without controls groups of male/male and female/female pairs isolated from birth from all elements that might impart any existing social values on them along with male/female pair we wouldn’t know- and even at that a study based on 6 participants isn’t a large enough sample to make a definitive conclusion on and wed need scores of redundant pairs. So that question I can’t address as we can only speculate what if any fundamental behavioral biases exist in men or women independent of imparted social norms.
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guest_ · 9 hours ago
It’s seems just as likely in such a “fish bowl” the female would be as prone to primitive tendencies like resorting to violence- but die to most women having biologically less upper body strength than men- in an untrained fight a female is generally at a slight disadvantage there as well as likely reach- so perhaps she’d be just as naturally inclined to violence- but experience with unsuccessful attempts at its use might curb that tendency.
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guest_ · 9 hours ago
So we do know there are certainly differences between the sexes- but we don’t really know to what degree or how profound those are, what is native to biology and what is imparted through environment. Many assumptions taken for granted as true have been challenged by studies showing that even the opposite could be true. Ideas such as women are inherently less aggressive or less likely to use violence for instance. Often blind tests show women are as or more likely to do so at least in principal- but is that their “true” nature or a result of modern societies effects? It’s hard to get a control without locking a male and female baby in a sealed environment away from other humans and in complete freedom to grow up and observe.
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guest_ · 10 hours ago
Hmmm.... the comment is a little too philosophical for me to discuss without us having to go down a road that science nor philosophy have come to a definitive conclusion on. What you’re saying basically sounds like a debate of nature vs nurture. It’s hard to say to what degree ant differences in thought process or information processing and response might be due to genetics or biology and what degree is imparted socially. There’s no compelling data that a male baby and a female baby would show any difference in preferences- and by the time children tend to be old enough to show discernible preferences they’ve also been immersed in their environment for long enough to skew any results.
What the **** 173 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
Much like Tommy boy or so many others- it’s all rhetoric and extremist messages until AFTER the bear trap closes and then suddenly it’s about how unfair the system is. But if the point is how unfair the system is- those details are usually missing when they’re rattling off whatever it is which gets them in trouble to begin- usually charged comments about some group or another. It’s a game of opportunity- any time there’s an audience for good or bad reasons the goal is finding how to spin that to give publicity to their agenda. This isn’t a “right wing” thing- it’s true of most extremists.
What the **** 173 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
That’s a large part of my point on this. We largely agree- we largely would be in complete alignment if the way this went was Maza got suspended or demonetized by this guy reporting him instead of blowing off half cocked and off topic in a rebuttal that dances around the issue and instead focuses on personal attacks instead of infractions against the rules. But here we are debating instead- and it’s not because of what happened it’s because of how it happened. People do things the wrong way and then it’s a Greek tragedy when surprisingly it doesn’t work as cleanly as doing it the right but generally slower and less exciting way. That’s what he did. He shot himself in the foot and now the larger narrative isn’t about who broke what rules but about L v R or gay v straight or whatever. Which to my earlier point I believe to be his intent all along.
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What the **** 173 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
You can’t then claim victim status because you put yourself in that position when you had avenues which were constructive and within the rules with which to fight the rules. But this way is far more romantic and polarizing. Instead of a battle of paperwork you get a social media circus at the minor cost of being highly decisive over an issue which many more people would simply agree on in principal without the theatrics.
What the **** 173 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
Or at least as is appropriate based on severity, history, and actual infractions. But there is a concept of proportional response- and posting a picture of my penis against the rules if it bothers you isn’t proportionally met by mocking me in your own response video. It’s met through proper channels- and if you try and can’t get justice- THATS where your “activism” should go. Instead of mouthing off about all these unrelated things that have nothing to do with the hypocrisy of things or how the system is bias you step on the wrong side of the rules and don’t even advocate their application but instead flaunt them.
What the **** 173 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
Where we can agree though is that no one here is innocent. Like you said- Maza violated TOS. But- who went to YouTube about it? That’s the point. If I rob you and you don’t snitch, then you rob me and I tell the cops- you can’t call it bullshit because I robbed you first. You should have called the cops instead of trying to get back at me. If you want to go outside the system then you will not have the protection of the system. Now regardless of you can prove I robbed you first- we should both face the same penalties. So it’s not too hard to prove Maza broke the rules, and if he did then he should be punished for it in like kind.
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guest_ · 1 day ago
I don’t know- we may agree more than you think. That’s somewhat my point actually. We won’t agree on justification. The fact he calls himself gay- he can call himself a Peter puffing Nancy if he wants to- but if YOU call him that, that’s not generally alright. If Janet in accounting is talking with her girls and says “I’m such a whore...” and then you intro her later to the group “hey- Janet wants to tell a story and you know it’s good because she’s a whore...” well- that’s not the same is it? So whatever he calls himself- Dr. Dre can call himself the nastiest n*g^a but Eminem would not introduce him that way.
How true 35 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
I don’t know why you were downvoted- that’s your personal experience. So long as you aren’t saying all or most “feminists” are like that. A true “feminist” is just a decent human being- the fact we needed a special word for it is sad. But like any group there are extremists and those who aren’t actually in it to make things more equal- just “better” for themselves or to as you say- justify a sense of superiority. We all at some point get frustrated with another gender as a result of our interactions with a few members. But there’s a difference between venting you’d launch people into space and not meaning it- and actually believing that’s a feasible or advisable course. I’m sure you are speaking of people more to the latter than the former. Just as being “right” or “left” doesn’t make a person terrible- being terrible does and terrible people will do terrible things regardless of the labels they give their views.
The Zuck joins the fight 4 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
Fake news. His “dad” is a mainframe deep below Cheyenne mountain in a fortified complex, who created his infiltration units like Zuck to gather information that can be used to plan his global strike and to later identify future resistance members for when he sends his Terminator units back to kill them before they are born or can fight back. It’s also a known fact that each of these units is modeled to look and act like Ted Cruz- the first of which was successful in wiping out 80% of its targets before it was caught and the whole thing was covered up as “the Zodiac killer.” Open your eyes sheeple. Quit believing media lies.
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It really is 16 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
.... 4? 5? I mean- some movies are made better by company, and especially re watching movies you often do to share something you loved or an experience and the most joy comes from knowing they are watching- but when it comes to watching a movie I’ve never seen- it doesn’t usually matter much. I mean- I don’t believe in talking during movies unless it’s an MST3K kind of deal. I WATCH movies. So wether you’re there or not we aren’t talking about it until it’s over. Wether we watched together or apart we can still discuss it- so waiting until we get to the car or waiting until we meet/talk later- not a big difference to me.
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