when on facebook. this is how facebook sounds now a days.. but there's a difference. i actually care about the internet Kony facebook emos kids sopa ACTA
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User avatar #6 - bakinboy (03/09/2012) [-]
but there's a difference. i actually care about the internet
#62 to #6 - anon (03/09/2012) [-]
And obviously your internet experience is more important than the lives of Ugandan children.
User avatar #223 to #62 - killerliquid (03/09/2012) [-]
then get your ass to Uganda and find him yourself
#92 to #62 - cappelito (03/09/2012) [-]
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#126 to #62 - jayzerhaze (03/09/2012) [-]
Lol he mad.
Lol he mad.
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User avatar #113 to #20 - retardedboss (03/09/2012) [-]
You are a dirty filthy whore, but god is this a great comment.
User avatar #224 to #20 - radsteriii (03/09/2012) [-]
Who's Justin Bieber?
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#90 to #20 - anon (03/09/2012) [-]
You forgot Nokia
You forgot Nokia
#104 to #20 - anon (03/09/2012) [-]
Dude seriously no DICKBUTT . i am dissapoint.
#112 - metalpersian (03/09/2012) [-]
lets all join the zoidberg bandwagon! pic related...
lets all join the zoidberg bandwagon! pic related...
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#219 - RockoBOOM (03/09/2012) [-]
So Kony abducts children and make an army and everyone's pissed at him but when Ash Ketchum does it its normal!
#70 - gowge (03/09/2012) [-]
What if Kony 2012 was created by the U.S government to try and make us forget about S.O.P.A?!
#160 to #70 - anon (03/09/2012) [-]
Except this has been going on for the past twenty years. **** nugget.
User avatar #161 to #160 - gowge (03/09/2012) [-]
Except this is a joke you miserable cunt.
#167 to #160 - theoneandonlynate (03/09/2012) [-]
>What if Kony 2012 was created by the U.S government
>kony 2012
>2012
>going on for the past 20 years
>wat.
User avatar #168 to #160 - theoneandonlynate (03/09/2012) [-]
By the way, kony 2012 refers to the RECENT video campaign, not to joseph kony himself
#181 - kaisersabre (03/09/2012) [-]
The worst part is that sometimes when people join in on a bandwagon, they don't really look into it, and assume that once they join, they're doing something.
The worst part is that sometimes when people join in on a bandwagon, they don't really look into it, and assume that once they join, they're doing something.
#107 - masterhuge (03/09/2012) [-]
This is how we'll stop Kony
This is how we'll stop Kony
#193 - thatkidwiththeface (03/09/2012) [-]
Personally, I am against the Kony 2012 thing because the Invisible Children's ideas are horrible, I'm not denying that Kony abducted all those children, but the IC wants the United States to be the world's police and go over there and find him, but people, including myself, are sick of tour country going to other countries trying to solve their problems for them. When I tried explaining this to people, they got mad, so I'll tell it to FJ because maybe you guys will understand me :3
#201 to #193 - bradneelystuff (03/09/2012) [-]
But if the US doesn't take out that man, then who will? Can you seriously just turn your head and forget about the humans suffering on the other side of the planet? Yes? Ok.
#229 to #201 - anon (03/09/2012) [-]
Getting rid of him is pointless. he would be replaced by the end of the week.
User avatar #220 to #201 - thatkidwiththeface (03/09/2012) [-]
It's up to the Ugandan government what they want to do about Kony, he ****** up their country, not ours, not saying we should let him walk free, I just think the United States isn't the world's police and Uganda can solve their own problems, considering he's been inactive for 6 years, finding him could take a very long time
User avatar #263 to #220 - maattb (03/09/2012) [-]
Not to mention how even if they do take Kony out of the picture a new guy will probably just step in and take his place.
User avatar #283 to #263 - bradneelystuff (03/09/2012) [-]
I'm sure Kony would not be the only one punished. Devoted members of the LRA would be punished too. And if you mean that a different threat would take his (exact) place, that is like saying the sun will rise tomorrow.
User avatar #226 to #220 - bradneelystuff (03/09/2012) [-]
The thing is he doesn't always stay in one country so the UPDA can't do much. Raising awareness is a good idea, that way more people will know that man exists and the chances of finding him increase.
#238 to #193 - nofightingdos (03/09/2012) [-]
I honestly blame the new wave of media/social networking sites...

Today in Literature class I called everyone a sheep for being on bandwagons as they came along and how Kony (and the teacher agreed with me on this) has been around for DECADES.

Don't worry, you have support and thanks!
#258 to #238 - bradneelystuff (03/09/2012) [-]
The point of the video was to spread awareness and it WORKED. Those that were once ignorant to the issue now acknowledge it and that is one step forward in ending an era of suffering for a peoples.

I seriously don't understand how anyone can be against that. If we were in 1939, you'd be the one saying how the Jews can solve their own problems.
#209 - Schadenfreude (03/09/2012) [-]
Koneymon!
User avatar #222 to #209 - Patheos (03/09/2012) [-]
I wil travel across Africa,
Searching far and wide....
#125 - keff (03/09/2012) [-]
So...has anything actually been done?   
   
The answer: watch the gif.
So...has anything actually been done?

The answer: watch the gif.
User avatar #154 to #125 - Stalin (03/09/2012) [-]
Well this has been a very long, ongoing conflict. A lot has been done.

That aside, Obama has sent 100 troops to Uganda to "help regional forces 'remove from the battlefield' – meaning capture or kill – Lord’s Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony and senior leaders of the LRA." <-- From an ABC article
#217 to #154 - keff (03/09/2012) [-]
I understand that the government has been involved for a long time (its kinda hard to ignore children soldiers.) I referring more to the Facebook & Twitter users in this situation, which all they seem to be doing is "OMG!!!!! WATCH THIS!" and not do anything else after that.

My comment should have probably been:

So...have any Facebook users or Twitter users actually done anything?

My apologizes my good sir.
User avatar #221 to #217 - Stalin (03/09/2012) [-]
If by "anything" you mean saving children, then no.

And no apologies needed here kind gentleman.
User avatar #191 to #154 - dmilenkoc (03/09/2012) [-]
I had to laugh at your comment sir, 100 hundred troops ?really? Doesn't kony have like 20000 child soldiers ? They might be outnumbered I think Haha , and no I'm not supporting kony or anything just saying it seems.pointless sending 100 dudes over
User avatar #195 to #191 - Stalin (03/09/2012) [-]
"help regional forces"

They are not being sent there to be on the front-lines. They are helping train Ugandan soldiers and provide them with more technology and weaponry.
User avatar #203 to #195 - dmilenkoc (03/09/2012) [-]
Ahhhhh that makes more sense, I did not see that "regional" in the first comment , my bad, have a.green one
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User avatar #123 to #79 - ToothHurty (03/09/2012) [-]
Although the pic is slightly off :P
User avatar #268 to #79 - canfi (03/09/2012) [-]
oh god what have i done

User avatar #122 to #79 - ToothHurty (03/09/2012) [-]
Finally, someone with sense..
#237 - beehummingbird (03/09/2012) [-]
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MFW this is quite possibly the best post of all time
#129 - herblegerble (03/09/2012) [-]
Today, I tried to convince someone that the Invisible Children charity is just a scam. They acted like a 			*******		 5 year old about it. Its almost as bad as those Facebook status' that claim that you don't have a heart if you don't post about cancer or animal abuse. It doesn't change a 			*******		 thing. MFW.
Today, I tried to convince someone that the Invisible Children charity is just a scam. They acted like a ******* 5 year old about it. Its almost as bad as those Facebook status' that claim that you don't have a heart if you don't post about cancer or animal abuse. It doesn't change a ******* thing. MFW.
#141 to #129 - anon (03/09/2012) [-]
You sir, are my hero

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User avatar #131 to #129 - apeycakes (03/09/2012) [-]
same here people got so butt hurt i lost like 8 fb friends lol! i choose to educate myself before supporting something i know nothing about. I rather not be friends with such ignorant people anyways.
#169 to #131 - masterboll (03/09/2012) [-]
meanwhile, in reality...
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User avatar #44 to #43 - canfi (03/09/2012) [-]
thank youuu xD so fitting
User avatar #46 to #44 - choclategum (03/09/2012) [-]
You're welcome
#18 - mishikp (03/09/2012) [-]
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User avatar #146 - Rileto (03/09/2012) [-]
It may seem annoying/artificial, but more people behind a cause is still a good thing.
User avatar #152 to #146 - Stalin (03/09/2012) [-]
It's only a good thing if the people don't base their knowledge on what a 30 minute youtube video showed. It's a good thing if people know what they're talking about and what they're actually supporting.


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#102 to #83 - anon (03/09/2012) [-]
"Armchair activism" works in this case because I have been hearing about this on the ******* NEWS! Politicians have been tweeting about it.

I think the chances of catching him have vastly improved now that important people have taken up the cause. None of this would have been possible without our mass declaration that we care about this issue.
#94 to #83 - humanhorn (03/09/2012) [-]
Does the money you pay for the bracelets not go toward cancer research?
Personally, I don't wear them, so I'm not sure.
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User avatar #108 to #99 - humpcatting (03/09/2012) [-]
A dollar is overpriced? That dollar goes to the LiveStrong Foundation who uses it to advance cancer research. It's a little thing that everyone can do. Some people don't have thousands of dollars to throw at cancer research. This way is cheaper, it reaches more people, and it earns a good deal of money. The foundation also works with Nike to make special edition shoes whose profits are given to cancer research. It's the little things like that that can make a difference. Every dollar is a dollar closer to curing cancer. I'd hardly call it a waste of money.
User avatar #127 to #108 - subcelestial (03/09/2012) [-]
What he means is that it would be more effective if you actually donate it directly instead of buying something. For example, if you buy a bracelet for a dollar, a part of that amount would have to cover the cost to make the bracelet. So, in the end, there is only a small fraction that actually funds cancer research if you buy a bracelet.
User avatar #295 to #127 - humpcatting (03/10/2012) [-]
This way, however, you (the customer) get a product you desire, and the cancer resaerch organization makes money. It's a win-win.
User avatar #266 to #240 - canfi (03/09/2012) [-]
oh god yes! xD

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