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#7 - analleakage
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Well duh, you ******* moron

Everyone knows you need likes on facebook
User avatar #439 to #7 - sippay
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facebook will give her 10$ for every share and 25$ for every like.'
Pleas like and share i cri eveyr tim
User avatar #461 to #439 - moevleboevle
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ignore this and you will burn in hell for eternity

keep your faith in our loving God<33
#643 to #7 - blackscales
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#644 to #7 - ganjalf
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now i feel bad
now i feel bad
User avatar #164 to #7 - thereactionfolder
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You know you my ***** right?
#413 to #7 - thirdasscheek
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#447 to #7 - fuckingjigsaw
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User avatar #197 to #7 - theqsk
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Great, now i feel like a terrible person for laughing.
#14 - Turtleboner
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******* hilarious.
#309 to #14 - contaminatedwin
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See that thing I circled? Read it.
#320 to #309 - colegaleener
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See that thing I circled?
#639 to #320 - contaminatedwin
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User avatar #106 to #14 - mffinmanu
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I'm getting mixed signals here....
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#427 - thechosentroll
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Everyone's commenting on gay rights and the healthcare system and I'm just sitting here, being easteuropean.

Gotta love being from a former communist country. Due to the years of teaching everyone that they're equal, no one gives a **** about your race, religion or sexual orientation. You get the same ****** healthcare as everyone else, no matter if you preffer men, women or toasters.
User avatar #428 to #427 - AnonsForSure
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I feel ya, brah.
User avatar #437 to #427 - harasai
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really ? like every tsarist and red army music video is full of people blaming the jews ,
also during that football tournament in Poland/Ukraine there where a lot of people giving" sieg heils "and stuff
source on the football thing : /watch?v=70grDGbcP38
not trying to insult you or anything just asking a question
User avatar #454 to #437 - muchasmarcos
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most slavic nations gained independencyduring the 90-s so some poeple still don't know the difference between national pride and idiocy.
User avatar #635 to #427 - indigobob
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East Europe master race
User avatar #166 - masterbetty
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How does she have a black kid....her girlfriend is white...
#216 to #166 - bossdelainternet
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Your comment was funnier than the whole front page combined. thanks you
Your comment was funnier than the whole front page combined. thanks you
#242 to #166 - warriortnt
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Well you see, the reason most lesbians don't have children is due to their similar chromosomes.

Unlike a traditional couple they have many of the same genes which when mixed in procreation sometimes create birth defects. When the child receives two copies of the same gene he or she sometimes misses out on other genes, the DNA then has to repair the gaps and when this happens mistakes are sometimes made, resulting in various birth defects such as deformed limbs and appendages, and occasionally the child can be born with a different skin color from the parents, rarely this can even result in unnatural skin colors such as purple, green, or even seafoam green.

This is the main argument against the legalization of gay marriage, as you can imagine, some Americans are concerned with how large amounts of this type of procreation could affect the overall population. It could, over a long period of time, start a sort of 'Devolution' of the human race.
User avatar #169 to #166 - secretlywheatbread
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Are you retarded?


Adoption, man.
User avatar #170 to #169 - masterbetty
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Still don't see why she had to pick a black one...
User avatar #173 to #170 - secretlywheatbread
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._.

I don't even know how to respond to you...
User avatar #174 to #173 - masterbetty
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By calling me a racist faggot who needs to get off of the Internet
User avatar #176 to #174 - secretlywheatbread
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But I was told never to feed the trolls.
#219 to #170 - yourmomsvaghair
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User avatar #172 to #166 - CaptainKill
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Because adoption doesn't care what race the parents are?
#175 to #166 - kingaxel
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#177 to #175 - masterbetty
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Thank you!
#480 - bitchplzzz
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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
#489 to #480 - funnypill
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#484 to #480 - friedpotato
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#335 - IamSofaKingdom
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Honestly I don't care about gay marriage, it isn't an issue for me. In the same sense whether or not it should be legal isn't an issue to me. It's none of my business who gets married. I believe in God and there isn't one instance in the bible where Jesus outlawed homosexuals from marriage. He spoke with them and pleaded that they reconsider their detrimental lifestyles. It is considered a sin but so is getting drunk. You just love the people and try in whatever way you can to help them change but if they won't, they won't. It's called free will.

This comic does irk me however because it is just a type of propaganda like Neil Patrick Harris' commercial about his relationship "meaning something". Whether or not the government approves of his life has no bearing on his meaning and the fact that this comic sets up a family of multi-racial children in a very rare set of depressing circumstances is disgusting to me.
A lady once got aids from a blood transfusion. Does that mean there should be a comic about blood transfusion reforms with the victim being a woman who survived the Holocaust and was on the verge of being homeless when aids suddenly struck? No, those outlying circumstance are almost always non-issues that attempt a sympathy vote. Stick to the point at hand, the marriage. If this were an argument over civil unions or gay couples in general getting better medical care this comic would make more sense/be more appropriate.

tldr: marriage restrictions don't make sense even from a religious view but this comic abuses circumstance and human emotion and strays from the topic and irks me for it.

I apologize for my lengthy rant.


User avatar #352 to #335 - solarisofcelestia
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I think this comic has established exactly what marriage benefits pertain to and why not restricting homosexuals from it is a good thing. Her health insurance is only transferable to her spouse if she is actually married, she couldn't marry her and thus no health insurance was granted, and thus she didn't receive the care she needed. Therefore she should have been allowed to marry her girlfriend and gain the benefits in order to survive.
Mind you this whole problem could have been avoided if they living in a country that utilized socialized medicine but that's another issue.
User avatar #663 to #352 - IamSofaKingdom
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Also the socialized medicine IS another issue and that is my point. The comic is blurring two things together in order to persuade through propaganda the agenda of one. The comic is geared more towards socialized medicine than it is towards gay rights.
#367 to #352 - IamSofaKingdom
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That is my point. The issue at hand is exactly what you said but there is maybe two panels directly relating to it. They gave them two adopted children of mixed ethnicity and showed the woman paying bills and doing volunteer work. Her medical problem is also one that isn't a very common issue (mortal illness that can't be treated because of a homosexual relationship) and it is all to get people to sympathize. They are moving it away from a logical discussion, why won't they let them legally pay their bills, to a matter of &quot;feel bad for me and vote for my interests&quot;. It is propaganda and things like that have always bothered me.
That is my point. The issue at hand is exactly what you said but there is maybe two panels directly relating to it. They gave them two adopted children of mixed ethnicity and showed the woman paying bills and doing volunteer work. Her medical problem is also one that isn't a very common issue (mortal illness that can't be treated because of a homosexual relationship) and it is all to get people to sympathize. They are moving it away from a logical discussion, why won't they let them legally pay their bills, to a matter of "feel bad for me and vote for my interests". It is propaganda and things like that have always bothered me.
User avatar #660 to #367 - solarisofcelestia
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So you would support their desire to get married? That'd be nice. Also, this is the internet, arguments coming from an emotional basis as par for the course.
User avatar #662 to #660 - IamSofaKingdom
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No, I do not support gay marriage in any way but it is not my decision to make. I can tell them about God and hope that they reform but free will was given to them and if they choose to do otherwise that is their God-given right. I would prefer if gay marriage didn't happen but if someone wants it, my opinion has no bearing on it.
#665 to #662 - solarisofcelestia
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You claim this comic was propaganda because of the way it appeals to emotion to support an argument. Are not all religious arguments emotion based? Thus Why do you criticize this comic for supporting a belief with emotion when you also support your beliefs with emotion?
User avatar #666 to #665 - IamSofaKingdom
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Have you ever seen me support an argument through the manipulation of emotion? Have you ever seen me support any propaganda for religion that utilized those tools? No, you haven't. That point and argument are invalid and groundless. I already stated that it bothers me greatly every time I see that type of propaganda. Whatever the topic it is attempting to garner support for, it still irritates me.

Also all religious arguments are not about emotion. Any argument worth reading is logic based. I can't think of a single, emotion manipulating, argument in favor of religion that I would consider using in a debate. I appreciate the curiosity though. It is the first step to learning (as through Einstein's emphasis on the need for curiosity and imagination. Irrelevant but I like the concept).
#669 to #666 - solarisofcelestia
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I under stand that you personally might not base your beliefs on emotions however the majority of religious view-points appear to be opposite to that. Consider the following social issues religion usually takes a side on, issues such as: abortion, gay marriage, capital punishment, prayers in public schools, displaying religious iconography in public settings, mercy killings, honor killings, and war. Any time a religious group enters into the debate they claim something equivalent to "I believe god states ... on this issue because I feel it to be so."
User avatar #670 to #669 - IamSofaKingdom
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Well, many of your misconceptions would be one beast of a dialogue to type in response, it is all completely irrelevant because you responded to my rant about how I don't like this propaganda. What someone else does adds nothing to the discussion. I don't even know what point you are trying to get across by changing the subject so drastically.
#355 to #335 - rocknipples
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As far as I'm concerned, as long as they don't drag the church into the marriage, we're good. They have their right to get married under the country's law because the country isn't governed by the church, end of story.
User avatar #400 to #335 - cumwhore
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I live in Washington State, where gay marriage was legalized this year, and then brought to a vote. I am a Christian and I voted to keep legalized gay marriage in place. Jesus didn't say anything about gay marriage, because the concept didn't really exist then. I don't mean homosexuals didn't exist, I mean that the idea of co-opting the term people used to define a religious union of a man and a woman to refer to a union of any two consenting adults hadn't occured to anyone. Like I said, I don't have a problem with it, because the government definition is already broader than what the God of the bible had in mind, and personally, I don't see what the government is doing telling us who is married and who isn't in the first place. I have no respect for marriage liscences. Still, since we don't live in this libertarian utopia where the government stays out of marriage entirely, I think the best thing to do is to broaden the definition of legal marriage until it loses meaning. That way, conversationally, people will make the distinction on their own. "We're legally married, but it's only for tax reasons." Legalize polygamy, and I will start a movement to get everyone in the state of Washington to marry eachother! Other states will catch on, and soon, every single American will be conjoined in one single, big, floppy, meaningless, legal marriage! Who's with me?
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User avatar #337 to #335 - garymuthafuknoak
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thumbed for the pic
#350 to #337 - IamSofaKingdom
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Gurren Lagann for life!
Gurren Lagann for life!
#375 to #350 - brettyht
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^^This^^
User avatar #353 to #335 - chucknorrisTHEGAME
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This was well thought-out and well said, I like that.
#630 to #335 - fractalius
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I believe this is the logical fallacy of "Appeal to Emotion,"
User avatar #342 to #335 - rototornjik
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thumbed for a reasonable rant. applause!
#344 to #335 - I Am Monkey
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Well done.
Well done.
User avatar #358 to #335 - szymonf
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If the government does not approve the relationship then the person is shut out from many benefits and the people are exposed to many loopholes in the legal system. Not only that but it sends a clear message to the people that society is shunning them for being born a certain way.
The comic portrays a multi-cultural family for a few reasons. one of them is because it is easier for a homosexual couple to adopt children through a foreign adoption agency in the US and some 1st/2nd world nations. It also looks at the argument that by allowing homosexuals to adopt children you are in fact giving a disenfranchised orphan a chance.
your holocaust/blood transfusion comparison is slightly hypocritical

tl;dr it's 2:30 in the morning and this is a badly stated argument and if anyone wants to reply to this comment, don't.
User avatar #361 to #358 - IamSofaKingdom
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Just replying to first line, I read your last one as well. All of those things still do not affect whether or not his relationship and life "means" something. It is a line designed to garner sympathy rather than logical decisions towards a topic of discussion. Thanks for the input though.
#340 to #335 - killerturd
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I have to say you summed my exact opinion on this matter my good sir, even on my faith in god and how i view this world we live in.
User avatar #501 to #340 - daentraya
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Would you be interested in trying to make me less annoyed of religious people by trying to make me understand why the **** people believe in religion, or simply God? Part of the problem is that my mind cant even comprehend such ********. You seem like a reasonable person.
#646 to #501 - killerturd
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i can provide you the reason why i believe in god? as for other people i have no idea what goes on in there heads. i believe in god because many times in my life i have prayed to god for help in many situations and most of the time i feel he's helped me by giving the chance to help my self, by making the right decisions at the right time. but if you want something specific i can elaborate on that if you want?
User avatar #656 to #646 - daentraya
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Please do.
Ever thought that it might be coincidences? Why should God even care? Couldn't you just be lucky? You say you help yourself. It is yourself. It sounds to me that God is a placebo, perhaps helping you with doing things. "God helps the people who help themselves" or something like that, is a silly saying, since it directly says that it's you helping yourself..
David Draiman, a man i highly respect, also have this kind of belief in a God because of the same reason.. It's natural to put blame and praise to something. Imagine a little kid being pissed at the sky for raining on his birthday. The sky doesnt care, but the little kid puts blame on it anyway. The opposite also counts, with praise. It also counts for religion and God. You put blame and praise to God, like a little kid blames and thanks the sky, basically
#347 to #335 - grimmwaters
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Your diction is exemplary.
User avatar #351 to #347 - IamSofaKingdom
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Thanks. I am an English major but this rant wasn't very good as far as grammar (particularly punctuation) is concerned. Apparently lying down while typing makes me pretty lazy with grammar.
#359 to #351 - grimmwaters
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Don't worry about that, what matters is that your point was delivered clearly.
#436 - konamicode
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&gt;mfw comment section
>mfw comment section
#80 - sreggin
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maybe its because ur ears stick out of ur jaw, not the side of ur head like a human
#293 - GOmagikarp
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