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#13 - tittentei
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(07/12/2013) [-]
With such hits as "Found Nemo" "Toy Stalking 1, 2 and 3" and "A Bugged Life".
#375 to #13 - anon
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(07/13/2013) [-]
best part is the fact that he copied all of those titles from imgur...
#378 to #375 - tittentei
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(07/13/2013) [-]
Youtube, actually.
#388 to #378 - ghostlytaco **User deleted account**
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#389 to #388 - tittentei
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(07/13/2013) [-]
thanks
#390 to #389 - ghostlytaco **User deleted account**
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#394 to #390 - articulate
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(07/13/2013) [-]
>implying tittentei is human
#397 to #394 - ghostlytaco **User deleted account**
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#316 to #13 - agwd
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(07/13/2013) [-]
And that all time classic CIAnderalla
#290 to #13 - captinchikin
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(07/13/2013) [-]
(Don't Hang) Up (We're still listening)

That's the biggest stretch in this thread.
#287 to #13 - stankybutt
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(07/13/2013) [-]
Comment Picture
#324 to #13 - ghostlytaco **User deleted account**
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#336 to #324 - solitaryweasel
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(07/13/2013) [-]
Boo.
Boo.
#349 to #336 - ghostlytaco **User deleted account**
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#362 to #13 - DiabloStrawhat
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(07/13/2013) [-]
You wouldn't even have to change Despicable Me.
#365 to #362 - anon
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(07/13/2013) [-]
As Despicable Me is not a Pixar film.
#383 to #365 - DiabloStrawhat
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(07/13/2013) [-]
I acknowledge that I have ****** up, and will take the red thumbs as they come.
#387 to #383 - ghostlytaco **User deleted account**
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#367 to #13 - slumberdonkey
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(07/13/2013) [-]
Spy-rates of the Caribbean?    
That was bad.   
I'll just go.
Spy-rates of the Caribbean?
That was bad.
I'll just go.
#393 to #367 - anon
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(07/13/2013) [-]
just stop at the joke adding the end parts dont make it funny.
#369 to #13 - smeckles
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(07/13/2013) [-]
who can forget "rataterrorist"?
who can forget "rataterrorist"?
#17 to #13 - crazyolitis
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(07/12/2013) [-]
And 'monitors inc.' Yeah, that's quite a stretch, isn't it?
And 'monitors inc.' Yeah, that's quite a stretch, isn't it?
#32 to #17 - analleakage
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Rec-It Ralph
#162 to #32 - zorororonoa
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(07/12/2013) [-]
That was the most clever imo
That was the most clever imo
#237 to #32 - weazr
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(07/12/2013) [-]
******* nice one!
******* nice one!
#21 to #17 - dubii
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Don't forget Call-E , Sees, Trackable-Me    
   
   
   
   
E  is short for Ed Snowden, please don't hurt me.
Don't forget Call-E , Sees, Trackable-Me




E is short for Ed Snowden, please don't hurt me.
#31 to #21 - walkerjam
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(07/12/2013) [-]
You forgot Cars 1&2.
#48 to #31 - analleakage
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(07/12/2013) [-]
wat
#59 to #48 - walkerjam
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(07/12/2013) [-]
I love your horse, Lady!
#22 to #21 - crazyolitis
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Does anybody know the source of dubii's gif?
#23 to #22 - dubii
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(07/12/2013) [-]
I'm afraid I don't know, I think it was from a film somewhere though
I'm afraid I don't know, I think it was from a film somewhere though
#125 to #22 - elevation
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(07/12/2013) [-]
This version's funny too
Name 10 Things That Arent Skrillex
#189 to #22 - anon
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Tim And Eric, It's Not Jackie Chan (Original)
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#1 - gamechap
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(07/12/2013) [-]
I already thought it was clever and then I see it says 'NSA'
#100 - unfortunately
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Admit it, you made the sound effects in your head.
Admit it, you made the sound effects in your head.
#364 to #100 - mrdrpage
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(07/13/2013) [-]
I read it in the Lamp/Camera's voice.
I read it in the Lamp/Camera's voice.
#121 to #100 - megatrollinator
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(07/12/2013) [-]
I couldn't help it
#263 to #100 - mystifizinski
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(07/12/2013) [-]
ssss waah weekoo weekoo weekoo week-kooh woak kookoo...   
i tried...
ssss waah weekoo weekoo weekoo week-kooh woak kookoo...
i tried...
#171 to #100 - paperplace
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(07/12/2013) [-]
hell i made the sound effects with that gif.
#109 to #100 - guiguito
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(07/12/2013) [-]
and now epic sax guy is playing in my head
#19 - puppetstigma **User deleted account**
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#49 to #19 - anon
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(07/12/2013) [-]
That guy must have been dizzy for weeks. Maybe he still is.
#181 to #19 - cheeziswin
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(07/12/2013) [-]
He probably hurt himself quite a bit. I still really want to try that.
#47 to #19 - smallest
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(07/12/2013) [-]
I just cant explain why but that joke is just perfect for that gif
#117 - nortledrones
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(07/12/2013) [-]
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Am I the only one that thinks that Edward Snowden is actually a good guy for what he did? The man gave up his life in Hawaii, his job that gave him around six-figures, his banging wife, just for him to expose the so-called "freedom" induced government that stand above us. The guy is now hiding an a Moscow airport and is probably going to end up living in some apartment in Caracas, the city with the highest crime-rate on Earth I believe, and for what? We all just go through our lives, day by day. "Living un-freely but comfortably is just human nature" - Ed Snowden.
#122 to #117 - anon
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Snowden is a true american hero and deserves an award.
But in the US only fancy guys like Obama are given the Nobel Peace Price - for not being G.W.Bush, but acting as though he would be G.W.Bush.
#335 to #122 - anon
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(07/13/2013) [-]
Nobel peace prize isn't an American award...

Hope you know that.
#138 to #117 - anon
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(07/12/2013) [-]
If someone seeing my Internet history is considered unfree, then I don't mind it. It really doesn't inhibit me. I guess I'm just comfortably unfree. Better than bathing and moaning about it without doing anything.

He absolutely did the overall right thing revealing this information, but I don't agree that it really matters so much that he should be hunted down, or people should hate the government.
#247 to #117 - bariummanisback
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(07/12/2013) [-]
I agree. He is a hero, just as much so as our founding fathers.
#248 to #117 - anon
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(07/12/2013) [-]
nah, you and millions of people think that he is a hero for sacrificing himself, and revealing the truth. this is the **** we have been laughing our asses of watching movies and tv-shows from USA, and at least the surveillance stuff ..its true..ermagherd.

they have no right to spy on all of us, "innocent until proven guilty" my ass, and microsoft with their "your privacy is our priority"
"microsoft makes list of 2012 most trusted companies for privacy"
[url deleted]

wow..cant wait until 2013 most trusted

#281 to #117 - anon
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(07/12/2013) [-]
And this affects us how? Absolutely in no way. He gave up his life just for some fat kids can flail around thinking somebody's watching them fap to midget porn.
#284 to #117 - scorcho
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(07/13/2013) [-]
uhm.. no dude you are not the only one. pretty much everyone who is not a complete retard thinks that way.
#148 to #117 - teevee
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(07/12/2013) [-]
and the US government is like "Hey, that spying you did to uncover our illegal spying is illegal!"
#304 to #117 - dapianoman
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(07/13/2013) [-]
Do you ever read the news? Like, at all? Why would you think you are the only one who thinks he did the right thing?

Am I the only one who thinks Hitler is a bad guy?
#337 to #304 - nortledrones
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(07/13/2013) [-]
Holy crap I get it, I'm not the only one. I meant more or less as in the people in my community since no one is really aware of the situation.
#342 to #337 - pioneermhm
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(07/13/2013) [-]
"no one is really aware of the situation.". Judging by how many posts there are in FunnyJunk alone about this situation I would say that you are wrong
#343 to #342 - nortledrones
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(07/13/2013) [-]
(sigh) As in my neighborhood bro. "My community" I'm very aware that I'm not the only one that feels this way, I would say that you should read more clearly before you say.
#345 to #343 - pioneermhm
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(07/13/2013) [-]
Welp, sorry for being an idiot
#314 to #117 - anon
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(07/13/2013) [-]
This is just my opinion you are are free to disagree but this is what I have disseminated about the usa situation. These people are to good for "whistle blowers" to exist. This is a simple bloodletting to psychologically prime people to become comfortable with the idea that they are being observed. Snowden was likely setup but maybe the truth isn't stranger than fiction I guess that's the whole game
#363 to #117 - anon
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(07/13/2013) [-]
If it is human nature to live unfreely but comfortably, why upset that by a) Trying to free us from our government's secure (though ultimately invasive) system and b) Making us uncomfortable by telling us what our government is really up to.
#377 to #117 - lolollo ONLINE
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(07/13/2013) [-]
Funny thing, perception. To the United States government right now, he committed "Espionage" and is no different from a common terrorist.

Now if a revolution does break out, maybe brought on by the government oversteping on surveillance, whatever new country that springs up in the wake of "Old America" will see Edward Snowden as a patriotic hero for exposing the tyranical old government for what it was, on par with any of the original founding fathers.
#391 to #117 - tjocksnorris
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(07/13/2013) [-]
no that's what everyone thinks, goddamnit
#180 to #117 - teranin
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(07/12/2013) [-]
uh, no, you're obviously not the only one.  But the major media networks are all in the pocket of the government, in one way or another, so they are all calling him a traitor and blah blah blah.  It's completely ridiculous, a man telling us the honest truth about how every single american citizen who uses the internet is secretly having their 4th amendment rights violated by the very body whose job it is to protect those rights.  The whole thing is absolutely ludicrous, this guy literally brought to light one of the biggest mass violations of human rights (as for total number of people effected, obviously not for severity on a case by case basis) and is (unsurprisingly) having his other human rights violated repeatedly by the very people who have been violating ALL of our rights, whilst they simultaneously goad the media into doing their best to paint this guy as the villain, and the government as the good guy.   
   
It makes me honestly, literally, sick.  The NSA has shamed themselves, and every US Citizen with their actions,  and they should be the ones who are prosecuted.
uh, no, you're obviously not the only one. But the major media networks are all in the pocket of the government, in one way or another, so they are all calling him a traitor and blah blah blah. It's completely ridiculous, a man telling us the honest truth about how every single american citizen who uses the internet is secretly having their 4th amendment rights violated by the very body whose job it is to protect those rights. The whole thing is absolutely ludicrous, this guy literally brought to light one of the biggest mass violations of human rights (as for total number of people effected, obviously not for severity on a case by case basis) and is (unsurprisingly) having his other human rights violated repeatedly by the very people who have been violating ALL of our rights, whilst they simultaneously goad the media into doing their best to paint this guy as the villain, and the government as the good guy.

It makes me honestly, literally, sick. The NSA has shamed themselves, and every US Citizen with their actions, and they should be the ones who are prosecuted.
#229 to #180 - anon
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In the US government's eyes, there are no violations. They passed a lot of formal legislation to make these surveillance programs legal. The Bill of Rights is NOT unlimited in scope. If it was, it'd be impractical. And there are cases where free speech might cause others harm. They see it as a trade-off between certain liberties and national security.

Is it legal? Technically, yeah. The question now: Is it ethical? And the context seems to indicate a strong 'no'.
#288 to #229 - teranin
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(07/13/2013) [-]
Oh I never said it was illegal, I'm well aware that they made damn sure to put enough loopholes in place prior to their flagrant disregard for the constitution to keep them nice and safe from prosecution. I agree that the rights listed in the amendments to the constitution do have some wiggle room built in, so as not to cause anarchy, but that wiggle room does not allow for actions that are in direct contention of those rights unless a person is engaged in a criminal act.

The constitution is not our nation's laws (and I'm sure you know this, anon, but there might be some people that will find this educational) but are rather a set of guidelines that laws are supposed to follow in order for those laws to remain in effect. The vast majority of unconstitutional bills never make it past committee, but some do, and sometimes they even travel all through our legislative branch successfully, get signed into law by the executive branch, and then, some years down the line, the judicial branch of our government will strike down such laws for their breach of the constitution. The rights guaranteed by the constitution are all under the stipulation that in making use of those rights, you do not prevent another US citizen from retaining their own rights (covered in the 9th amendment). The federal government's power is limited to what powers it is granted in the constitution (10th amendment). So, for the federal government to not sidestep the 4th amendment when dealing with a criminal or non-citizen, but instead simply disregard it and do the exact thing it was intended to prevent, they not only breach the 4th amendment, they also breach the 9th and 10th amendments, and they aren't protected by the Necessary and Proper clause in article 1 of the constitution because their actions are expressly forbidden by the 4th amendment.

Don't know why I felt the need to go on that rant, I guess this whole deal just really pisses me off.
#329 to #288 - successfully
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(07/13/2013) [-]
TL;DR

Did you call?
#301 to #288 - anon
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(07/13/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure you're more educated than I am on the subject to be honest. And as for your ranting, to know that the Bill of Rights is being wholly violated is a very good reason to be pissed off. Yet again, is this okay in light of national security?

This is a question that I'm not very sure about. By the way, there is an interesting monument in front of the national IRS headquarters. As far as I've read, it has nearly the entire Constitution written on it, besides the Bill of Rights. However, a nearby decorative pillar has the words, "The Bill of Rights was not ordained by Nature or God. It is very human, very fragile." There are of course several possible connotations. The fact that we must now question which, however, is a bit unsettling.
#195 to #117 - popkornking
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"Am I the only one??!!1 Guise Am I the only one!?!?2" Lets see, well judging by the 50+ posts bashing the NSA and talking about how amazing Snowden is in the last few weeks, I'm going to say you're nowhere near being close to the only one, srs brah.
#197 to #195 - nortledrones
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Cool.
#120 to #117 - anon
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Do you really think you are the only one? Do you?
#368 to #117 - murrlogic
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(07/13/2013) [-]
I waiting for him to become the real life Jake Bauer
#296 to #117 - dmkstarstar ONLINE
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(07/13/2013) [-]
I agree with you I said this on my facebook onetime:
"I don't think Edward Snowden deserves to be imprisoned or shot.
i actually agree with what Snowden did.
Even if it was Russia spying on people illegally
I'd say the same same thing...
Oh wait they do so they have nothing to talk about either."
Okay I know the Russia part was bit of a stretch.
However they had their share of this kind of stuff too.
Also if it was a Russian spy hiding in America.
Don't tell me they wouldn't hide them.
#133 to #117 - mrwalkerfour
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(07/12/2013) [-]
(breathes in calmly)

"am I the only one"

literally EVERYONE who posts about him is in support of him. how for even a SECOND could you think you were "the only one"

(breathes out calmly)
#160 to #133 - nortledrones
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(07/12/2013) [-]
*breathes in*

cool.

*breathes out*
#246 to #160 - semantic
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(07/12/2013) [-]
*blows out the nose*
#7 - deadmanisalive
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Anyone else hear it?
#18 to #7 - crazyolitis
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Oh god, that sweet, sweet sound.
Oh god, that sweet, sweet sound.
#42 to #7 - bothemastaofall
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(07/12/2013) [-]
No but it heard us
#134 - darthsanti
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(07/12/2013) [-]
-Good one, OP.     
*spy citizens internally.*
-Good one, OP.
*spy citizens internally.*
#140 to #134 - anon
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(07/12/2013) [-]
N igger
S tole my
A merica!

Has nobody seen it cumming ?
#157 to #134 - anon
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(07/12/2013) [-]
I still refuse to believe that this hipster doofus holds the key to our nukes.
#24 - kunir
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(07/12/2013) [-]
just a little bit different
just a little bit different
#308 to #24 - dapianoman
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(07/13/2013) [-]
Awesome! Just wondering, what did you use to render this? I mainly use Blender
#216 to #24 - anon
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(07/12/2013) [-]
The one in the content is much more Pixar-esque, but that one's cool too.
#30 - cazabrow
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(07/12/2013) [-]
NSA seeing in my hard drive.
NSA seeing in my hard drive.
#159 to #30 - menqudoneix
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(07/12/2013) [-]
so... which one are you?
#199 to #30 - JonnyFirecrackr ONLINE
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Philip Glass - Koyaanisqatsi
#50 to #30 - Sasher ONLINE
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(07/12/2013) [-]
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"seeing"
#135 to #50 - anon
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(07/12/2013) [-]
**** YOU YOU ***** SONNOVA BITSH
ITS SEEING AND EVERYONE KNOWS THAT
YOU MUST BE RETARDS INSIDE YOURE HEAD
#15 - outerfiend
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(07/12/2013) [-]
this was clever as hell
#38 - xjiicx
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Wait.... the NSA is real? I thought that was just some made up branch from tom Clancy and/or james bond....
#118 to #38 - ICEDgrunge
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(07/12/2013) [-]
How the **** do you not know if something as important now as the NSA is real or not when you have such a vast amount of knowledge bestowed in front of you in the form of a google search? No matter where you're from, if you turn on the news you'll most likely hear the tiniest little divot about the NSA, or more than likely it'll be an entire overblown news segment. You have no excuse to be questioning if it's real or not when a simple google search would answer that question for you yesterday.
#278 to #118 - anon
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Eurofag reporting in to tell you that no one gives a **** about NSA over here, and if I hadn't spent time on FJ, I probably wouldn't know it was real either.
#143 to #38 - anon
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#41 to #38 - Cartouk
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Sometimes the stupidity of my own countrymen makes me want to kill myself.
#44 to #38 - beatmasterz
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Are you dense?
#43 to #38 - liquidz
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(07/12/2013) [-]
For the love of internet I hope you are trolling, because to be that oblivious is downright 2Spooky4Me
For the love of internet I hope you are trolling, because to be that oblivious is downright 2Spooky4Me
#5 - minsheme
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Snowden is Obama
Checkmate, atheists
#10 to #5 - thesimonved
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Snowbama?
#131 to #10 - minsheme
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Oh wow, I know my comment might now have been funny but why downvote it? I mean, we all know Snowden is Obama. The secret is out and people need to learn to face it.
#283 to #131 - anon
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(07/13/2013) [-]
downvote you done ****** up
#276 - chammalam
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(07/12/2013) [-]
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#130 - trollzoll
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(07/12/2013) [-]
NSA's face when OP's internet history
NSA's face when OP's internet history
#286 to #130 - johrny
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(07/13/2013) [-]
I like this one better
I like this one better
#402 to #286 - trollzoll
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(07/14/2013) [-]
Replace the apple with a watermelon
#3 - jakols
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(07/12/2013) [-]
That's the cleverest **** I've seen in quite a while!
Good on you OP
#347 - thesoulless
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#139 - skiskate
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(07/12/2013) [-]
#1 spot in 12 hours
#99 - buttcleaner
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(07/12/2013) [-]
Comment Picture
#155 - zorororonoa
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(07/12/2013) [-]
I must say that was pretty funny
I must say that was pretty funny
#320 to #155 - anon
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(07/13/2013) [-]
what is this? sauce? can I watch all of the movie like this?
#327 to #320 - zorororonoa
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(07/13/2013) [-]
Probably not. I just saved this 8-bit version from a different comment
#167 to #155 - nignogatron
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#137 - googolplex
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(07/12/2013) [-]
NSA... watching us fap.
NSA... watching us fap.