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karlboll


"I have come here to chew bubblegum and post old memes...and I'm all out of bubblegum."

— karl Report User
Gods, that man is gorgeous. 2 comments
karlboll · 2 hours ago
Honey, I've known as along.
I hate this 9 comments
karlboll · 3 hours ago
@timebender25 Misspelled refutation of your political opinion.
I’d just like to say thanks for sorting by new ???????? 4 comments
karlboll · 23 hours ago
This is the way.
Same. 3 comments
karlboll · 1 day ago
But you've heard them grunt?
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I hate this 9 comments
karlboll · 1 day ago
"Lengthy quote from Wikipedia"
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High trust vs low trust cultures 6 comments
karlboll · 1 day ago
In Sweden to.
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Your "heroism" is blatant racism, actually (SFW but hidden because f*ck it) 48 comments
karlboll · 1 day ago
That's great @cakelover. *yawns* I'm going to bed now.
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Your "heroism" is blatant racism, actually (SFW but hidden because f*ck it) 48 comments
karlboll · 1 day ago
There you go, @famousone. Now go argue with the researchers and professors and leave me alone.
Your "heroism" is blatant racism, actually (SFW but hidden because f*ck it) 48 comments
karlboll · 1 day ago
*sigh* .. and add sources ..
1. "Not much sober empirical study has been applied to the subject, but the studies that do exist find little evidence that reverse racism in fact exists." (Ansell 2013, p. 137)
"While there is no empirical basis for white people experiencing 'reverse racism', this view is held by a large number of Americans." (Spanierman & Cabrera 2014, p. 16)
"[T]here is no evidence that [reverse racism] is a social fact, or that a pattern of disadvantageous outcomes for white people qua white people exists." (Garner 2017, p.
2. The Social Science Encyclopedia
Edited By Adam Kuper, Jessica Kuper
Copyright Year 2004
ISBN 1-13-435969-1
3. Yee, June Ying (2008). "Racism, Types of". In Shaefer, Richard T. (ed.). Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity, and Society. SAGE. pp. 1118–19. ISBN 978-1-41-292694-2.
MST 3 comments
karlboll · 1 day ago
That is the most German thing I've seen.
Your "heroism" is blatant racism, actually (SFW but hidden because f*ck it) 48 comments
karlboll · 1 day ago
Oh, and it should probably include some part of the academic definition of racism like this one .. In the 19th century, many scientists subscribed to the belief that the human population can be divided into races. The term racism is a noun describing the state of being racist, i.e., subscribing to the belief that the human population can or should be classified into races with differential abilities and dispositions, which in turn may motivate a political ideology in which rights and privileges are differentially distributed based on racial categories. The term "racist" may be an adjective or a noun, the latter describing a person who holds those beliefs.
Your "heroism" is blatant racism, actually (SFW but hidden because f*ck it) 48 comments
karlboll · 1 day ago
I think I'll start working on a basic statement for every one of these posts .. There is little to no empirical evidence that white Americans suffer systemic discrimination (1). Racial and ethnic minorities generally lack the power to damage the interests of whites, who remain the dominant group in the U.S. (2). Claims of reverse racism tend to ignore such disparities in the exercise of power and authority, which scholars argue constitute an essential component of racism. (3)
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Mexican Women on the streets protesting against femicides today 2 comments
karlboll · 1 day ago
Femicide or feminicide is a sex-based hate crime term, broadly defined as "the intentional killing of women or girls because they are female", though definitions vary depending on its cultural context
Guess it didn't work. 8 comments
karlboll · 2 days ago
Huh, a timeline where Sweden made great clocks. Sounds pretty crazy.
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Guess it didn't work. 8 comments
karlboll · 2 days ago
Yeah, that's a bad title. It sounded funny to my sleep deprived head while I was doing laundry. I honestly can't explain my thinking on this one. That could also be because I haven't slept yet.
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In the Beginning there were Predictive Text Games 56 comments
karlboll · 2 days ago
In the beginning the universe was supposed to be space and time.
This has made a lot of people very angry, and has been widely regarded as a whole bunch of stuff going on in your life.
I mean, yeah. That's actually pretty accurate.
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Just a guy walking down the street using a leaf as an umbrella 3 comments
karlboll · 3 days ago
Is this guy a gnome? Is this picture from a gnome village? It's it taken with an itsy bitsy gnome phone? Because it looks like a gnome.
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Upping your game 16 comments
karlboll · 3 days ago
@famousone You mean poison them? That seems awfully cold and impersonal.
Upping your game 16 comments
karlboll · 3 days ago
Nah, that only works if it's really cold. Ice don't hold an edge unless it's really cold, see. Or so I've heard. Not that I'd have any experience. *whistles unsuspiciously*
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Sad puppy face :( 1 comments
karlboll · 3 days ago
That was me. It would still be me except I started telling my family I'm only using Android and Linux and don't really know anything about iOS and Windows anymore.
VHS and DVD 3 comments
karlboll · 3 days ago
In my day we had VHS or Betamax. Never both. If you had both you were one of those rich people and probably had a Laser Disc to.
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What superhero would you be? 4 comments
karlboll · 3 days ago
This is going to be a big bad in my DnD campaign I'm writing.
The fish have eyes 6 comments
karlboll · 3 days ago
*eyes fishing gear*
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Owo 7 comments
karlboll · 3 days ago
ÒwÓ
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The Air Force should screen people better 5 comments
karlboll · 3 days ago
If they were that clever they wouldn't be flat earthers.
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