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#244 - rebby
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(11/25/2012) [-]
feminists are dick bags. id much rather have equality. i dont expect a guy to hold the door for me. i think whoever gets to the door first should do it, because its polite. the only reason i wouldnt pay for food is im not stable enough to work, but even then, ill cook, or he can cook i dont care. feminists just want equal pay for doing less work and they want every guy to like bow down to them. its just so stupid i cant even handle it
#246 to #244 - rebby
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also idc if red thumbs because **** you
#231 - grimmwaters
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I present to you, a quick guide to understanding women.
#257 to #231 - evantheboss
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That class looks like sheer hell. Did that teacher have a ******* ladder?
#242 to #231 - mcatheistnuggets
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Understanding Women: A Brief Guide to the Psyche of the Average Woman
Volume 1: Abridged Edition
Book 1 in a 231 Book Series
#247 to #242 - anon
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Pocket Edition
#249 to #247 - mcatheistnuggets
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Yes I forgot that, it is the abridged pocket edition.
#252 to #249 - anon
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That's just the Table of Contents.
#258 to #252 - mcatheistnuggets
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Yep, and that continues till book 17. When the 3 book long prologue begins. Then after that every book contains 7 chapters, each focusing on one word in the female vocabulary until you get to the real stuff which is title "What Women Want" the synopsis of that is "They don't even know, so how are we supposed to?"
#233 to #231 - chubbycharmer
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I'm pretty sure that's incomplete.
#235 to #233 - grimmwaters
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Not incomplete, just compressed.
#238 to #235 - chubbycharmer
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I'm a woman. that's incomplete.
#226 - xtremedeath
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#239 to #224 - esquire
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> dis*****serious.jpg
#222 - usmcrecon
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No, i can have both because im black
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#218 - morirete
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So original...
and creative...
#213 - SemiAnon
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#200 - totallynotafurry
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>Feminism
>claims to want equality
>Name inherently puts one gender above the other
>Feminist logic

Come up with a different name for it, and then you can talk about equality. Until then, go **** yourselves.
#189 - Aejax
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When men no longer die 6 years (on average) before women, and women ask to sign up for the draft, I'll talk to feminists. Until then, **** you
#185 - swedishassassin
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Don't forget about the minorities doing this, too!
Don't forget about the minorities doing this, too!
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#198 to #194 - SRsoccerstar
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you know that there is a much larger pecentage of whites than blacks in the US, so in ratio blacks make up a larger percentage of their demographic
#205 to #198 - tehsnoo
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It ends up being something like black people are 4 times more likely to be on welfare than white people
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#204 to #201 - SRsoccerstar
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40 percent of recipients are white and 40 percent are black. say 40 percent of welfare (for example) equals 500 people. 500 is a larger portion of the black demographic than the white one because there are more whites.
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#209 to #206 - SRsoccerstar
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you didnt say that there was an equal number of recipients you said that 40 percent of welfare is composed of whites and 40 percent is composed of blacks. That would mean there isint an equal number of recipients unless I'm misunderstanding your wording. I understand what you were trying to do I'm just clarifying that blacks are more prone to being on welfare.
#214 to #209 - theguywhosignsin
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. Let me break it down for you. its simply proportions based on population to welfare
40% white, 40% black <---- Welfare recipients
White People in America - 78% of the country
Black People in America - 12% of the country

Soo.. black people take up 40% of the people recieving welfare even though they only make up 12% of the country compared to the 40% that white people take up when they take about 78% of the country's pop. The proportions are extremely different and black people take a way higher percentage of welfare (based on the facts given)
#215 to #214 - theguywhosignsin
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and by 78 and 12 % i mean population percentage
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#181 - jrondeau **User deleted account**
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#180 - certifiedidiot
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The top upload at the very moment explains this one pretty damn well.
#177 - imagnetsux
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what you call "special treatment" is called being nice and should apply to everyone.
#179 to #177 - anon
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"men should pay for every thing."
"men should never hit a women."
"Women always win an argument."
"I bitch about the toilet seat being up, but you never bitch that its down."
"Men are always wrong."
etc. Then they bitch about not being treated equally.
#182 to #179 - imagnetsux
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-paying for dinner is just common courtesy, for friends or lovers, if you can't afford it, don't do it
-don't go around hitting people!
-try not to argue about dumb things and don't let it get our of hand
-extension of point 3, the toilet seat is not something to bitch about
-nobody is ALWAYS wrong
#236 to #182 - eonsmashface
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>He's talking to those few who expect men to automatically pay for dinner, just because you're a girl doesn't mean you can't pay for 1 or 2.
>Men aren't the only people to hit others, Woman sometimes do it to (Outside of horse-play) but men aren't allowed to defend themselves without cause a ********* over how he should never hit a woman,
>easier said than done.
>some women like to bitch about that, anyway.
>we know, we all know. some of us are just retarded enough to let that pass.
#237 to #236 - imagnetsux
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i didn't say people would follow these, i'm just putting it out there because that's what i think is right. men and women need each other and their actions should reflect that. and i don't care about the red thumbs.
#184 to #182 - nigroz
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#187 to #184 - imagnetsux
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if i cook it, you pay for it.
#243 to #187 - nigroz
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#176 - dirigiblequixote
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I'm just going to leave this here.
#175 - MegaAwesomeSauce
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You know, girls would stop getting special treatment if you stopped giving them special treatment. Tough logic, I know, but maybe you can take a weekend away from being retarded for once.
#165 - lacsi
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Mfw Women
#161 - madjik
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#156 - artyommetro
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the equal rights would be nice but the special treatment that is pushing it a bit and that is more chivalry then anything
#183 to #156 - thatoneiranianguy
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And what's wrong with chivalry?
#193 to #183 - artyommetro
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i never said anything was wrong with it i just said that the special treatment we get most of the time it comes from chivalry.
#196 to #193 - thatoneiranianguy
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Well it just brought question because right before you correlated special treatment with chivalry you said it was pushing it. Basically I was asking what exactly was wrong with that. But apparently I get thumbed down for asking a question....oh well.

#199 to #196 - artyommetro
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what i meant by it was chivilary is the only way females should get special treatment and not just because of our sex but because it's the nice thing to do.
#202 to #199 - thatoneiranianguy
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I agree with this. Treatment regarding gender is silly; treating each other kindly with a chivalrous attitude (both males and females alike) is really a first step to best possible equality we can achieve.
#207 to #202 - artyommetro
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yes but sadly the only feminist you hear about are the extreme ones and even though i am for female rights i can't really put that out as everyone thinks all feminist are like the extreme ones.
#210 to #207 - thatoneiranianguy
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I notice that a lot when it comes to this website...

Albeit I can't relate to that because I can easily separate extremists from non-radicals. Essentially the feminist movement had good purpose but now it's just become ransacked with extremists - which is exactly what a lot of males only look at now.

Although the term I like many others like to use for those crazy feminists are feminazis. But oh well! You know how people are. . . . ignorance is bliss after all. Hopefully the core purpose of the movement will return to its roots and people will stop looking at all feminists as a bunch of lunatic psychotic nazis.

#217 to #210 - artyommetro
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The old saying "A few rotten apples ruins the bunch" can be used here as people once the media shows the extremist and they find that people like to hear to see them then everyone starts to put that group in the extremist category.

Also i am a little offended by you calling them feminazis mostly due to my family being traced back to them and i have respect for them (not there leader or his ideas) but ya back to the main topic
#219 to #217 - thatoneiranianguy
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That old saying is way too true here. But yes, the media seems to ruin a lot of stuff these days. Some of the two largest things in regards to extremism in media is Feminism and the topic of Islam. Media only shows the extremism behind them that takes its core values (which most have great value to them) and well....goes to the extreme. So my point is the media sucks.

But my apologies if that truly offended you, it's not necessarily directed at you, your family, or the movement - but rather extremists. And you saying your family being traced back to them? You mean they had a history of activism in the movement? That's nifty, actually. Any big names?
#223 to #219 - artyommetro
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It's like this the Trevor martin and Casey Anthony events that happen in the US they get so much media attention that there was no way in hell they could get a fair public trial and with Anthony she had to and still is in hiding because the media did not show the truth and only what they wanted to show.

And it's ok i know what you meant by it i just hate people throwing the word Nazi around and for big names no but the one on my moms side was apart of the beer hall putsch the other just became SS.
#227 to #223 - thatoneiranianguy
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No kidding?

I have family who were members of the SS. Served in a SS division under the Afrika Korps under the command of Erwin Rommel and later against the Soviets on the eastern front.

I'm actually a bit of a history nut so I enjoy things like this. But that's cool that you had family in that. Well...I mean, it depends on how you view the whole situation of WWII and National Socialism....but I think you get why I find that cool.
#229 to #227 - artyommetro
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I do find it cool and i am also a big history nut (mostly world war II)

but anyway the one who was in the beer hall putsch we went on got into the SS survived the war and died happy passing his things from that time on to me ( mostly uniform but now that i was able to get the permits i have three of the weapons he was given when he served.

but the one on my dad side became a P.O.W a few days after D-day only to be executed in the camp he was put in. ( his things were still passed down but bits and pieces are missing)
#234 to #229 - thatoneiranianguy
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Same, I'm a huge WWII fan myself.

And that's interesting about the one in regards to the beer hall putsch. Glad he made it through alive. Unfortunate about the POW though. It's good though that you still have some of their things from both. I unfortunately never got anything of theirs except a few war medals.

A distant great Uncle of mine, the one SS officer I find most interest in served in a science and research field. Out of the two that served he was the only non-combatant. After doing as much digging as I could apparently he worked on Die Glocke (The bell) which was one of the amazing Nazi technological advancements (if you haven't look into it, it's amazing.) So he essentially started working on the first successful VTOL aircraft. Never got mentioned in the history books as he was just a scientist, not a key designer. But still something to be proud of. What happened to him as the allies pushed into Germany from both sides is unknown. He just literally disappeared and drop all Nazi persona (which was very smart) and my guess is fled to Argentina with a bunch of other high Nazi staff members. As Argentina welcomed them openly.
#240 to #234 - artyommetro
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I have did some looking into Die Glockie and i had found out that must of the scientist that worked on it made a deal with the project overseer who was talking to the Allies and that ended up having a good amount of them leave Germany going to amerika and england but the ones that did not go were shot to keep them quite after the project was shut down.

and the only reason i got the things from them is the body of the one that died was sent back to his wife (or at least the house she was in after D-day) and with that being in franch she changed him and was going to keep the uniform hidden the other one just put all of his stuff in his house hiding most of it from the allies
#241 to #240 - thatoneiranianguy
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Huh, that's interesting, I was not aware of that. In that case I imagine he became involved with future results from operation paperclip....interesting.

And your story is also interesting. The days where the war was pretty much over is kind of more "prominent" in my mind for me. I think its because so much was happening that in a way I feel really bad that Germany lost. They all fought so hard for what they believed in....fighting Communism and Hitler's associated Jewry image with it.

But oh well. I may aswell as just go here, I don't usually go asking them question because people are typically ignorant enough to start yelling "OMGZ UR A NAZI??!?!?" But you seem intelligent enough so I'll go here:

What's your outtake on all of it? Like Hitler's philosophies and such. To me he had good ideas but a very poor way of executing them. Just curious to see what you think.
#245 to #241 - artyommetro
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Hitler he was a smart and strong man in my eye but his ideas no matter how good they were will always be over shadowed by the holocaust i mean he was in power for what 12 years was TIME magazines man of the year ( or month one of the two) and he brought Germany out of debt while the world was getting ****** over but sadly he let power get to his head thinking technology could beat anything under his rule but his commanding skills military wise were not that good so in return once the war was almost over he started giving orders to his generals. That and he did not know when to quit he could have signed a peace tready with england and franch and waited for russia to invade ( as documents and unit places meant of the red army shows they were ready to move out and attack and not defend) made him miss the opportunity to turn globe politics on it's head and possibly saving nazi Germany from being destroyed .

sorry for the long read
#250 to #245 - thatoneiranianguy
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Long read? Ha! You could of spent 10 paragraphs worth of information here and I still would of read it. I just love history.

But yeah I agree with all of this. A particular active ongoing series of documentaries I discovered on youtube that interested me was...I believe it was named "Adolf Hitler - The Greatest Story Never Told!"

There's like 11 parts now and it focuses on Hitler specifically in a truthful unbiased view from a young boy and up. I found it quite interesting because it brought a lot of logical reasoning in for what Hitler did what he did.

Essentially, one point it made that I really liked was about the mistreatment of Jews. The point was made that the fact of the matter was the holocaust did happen and Jews were mistreated. But no one else really has the moral highground to say that is wrong. The United States had its own genocide of native peoples nearly wiping them out. Britain and France were already using concentration camps in the colonial lands....So I find it all makes a really good point. The documentary does at times rather uphold Hitler as the entire good guy, but none the less it does better at staying unbiased in comparison of the History channel or even your average history book in school would.
#255 to #250 - artyommetro
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Only reason it's know so much is they made such a big deal about it holocausts are still happening almost all over the world but like we have said before the media is to lazy to find the interesting real things and just look into famous people and **** like that .

and ya that is the reason i was thrown out of most of my history class when it was world war two and world war one for a matter of fact i knew so much ( that and when there was something not said or given i would say it then and there and the three Jewish kids in that class hated it when i did that) but anyway there is plenty of people that have pastes that were over shadowed by something they did it's just people are to scared to look into it and see the truth.
#259 to #255 - thatoneiranianguy
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Ah yes, I know what that's like. I've been removed from my history classes a few times for making "outrageous statements like that." I don't know if the teachers are just ignorant or they're afraid to bark up that tree or what not....but I can relate to that none the less.

But i have a Jewish friend actually that's quite educated in this area. He's no Hitler supporter but to quote him "I can see why Hitler and his followers were pissed off at my people."

But none the less, I need to get some sleep. As it's 4am as to where I'm located and I honestly expected this to end a few hours ago; I didn't expect a conversation about Chivalry and Feminism to extend into a conversation about history and WWII and family genealogy. But, in a way I'm glad it did. Been awhile since I've had a intelligent conversation over the internet. Bleh! But yes, I need rest now. It's been an adventure talking with you, lass.
#260 to #259 - artyommetro
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it is ok comrade we will speak again soon 4AM here as well so night
#153 - dlwnsgur
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