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#6 - nexdemise ONLINE (07/15/2012) [-]
#80 to #6 - anon (07/15/2012) [-]
Wow, i really miss AOE 1 !
#267 to #80 - ishouldplayzelda (07/15/2012) [-]
age of empires 1?
age of empires 1?
#63 - navystone (07/15/2012) [-]
MFW i live in Virgina
MFW i live in Virgina
User avatar #198 to #63 - MisfitsFan (07/15/2012) [-]
I got family in Virginia Beach :D
#90 to #63 - anon (07/15/2012) [-]
so... are most people there really virgins???
#92 to #90 - navystone (07/15/2012) [-]
Virgina was named when it was first settled by British colonists after their Virgin queen.
So no.
Besides i'm not a Virgin.
User avatar #131 to #90 - cjtsirhc (07/15/2012) [-]
ummm at least at my two high school I Go to i Say its about 50/50 and I live in the uppe r middle class area closer to Washinton DC. (Prince William county). I feel like there are less virgins in the deeper south because of the high school in the countryish area is oretty bad
User avatar #157 to #131 - freedomreturns ONLINE (07/15/2012) [-]
It's not THAT bad and I live near Hopewell and before that Richmond.
User avatar #75 to #63 - freedomreturns ONLINE (07/15/2012) [-]
HOLY **** ! Other people on this site live here?!
#78 to #75 - navystone (07/15/2012) [-]
ikr! It's in the middle of 			*******		 NO WHERE!
ikr! It's in the middle of ******* NO WHERE!
#84 to #78 - freedomreturns ONLINE (07/15/2012) [-]
At least we have King's Dominion.
#89 to #84 - navystone (07/15/2012) [-]
This to.
#99 to #89 - freedomreturns ONLINE (07/15/2012) [-]
And we have the most vanity plates.
User avatar #104 to #99 - navystone (07/15/2012) [-]
Yay! Is that your plate?
#107 to #104 - freedomreturns ONLINE (07/15/2012) [-]
No, I wish.
Also, we blatantly show tits on our flag.
VA gives zero ***** .
#124 to #107 - anon (07/15/2012) [-]
I feel I have learnt something today. Thank you friends.
User avatar #130 to #124 - freedomreturns ONLINE (07/15/2012) [-]
You're welcome Anon! Other facts:
George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, Zachary Taylor, and Woodrow Wilson are all president from VA which is known as the "Mother of Presidents"
User avatar #110 to #107 - navystone (07/15/2012) [-]
******* Right.
Tits FTW
User avatar #155 to #151 - freedomreturns ONLINE (07/15/2012) [-]
I know right?! I've ridden every single ride(except the volcano, two hour line), I even did that thing where they put you in that harness and lift you super ******* high.
User avatar #158 to #155 - secretlywheatbread (07/15/2012) [-]
I did volcano front row.
OHMYSWEETDEARBABYJESUSRAPTOR.
I love living in the Metro Richmond area.
It's only 45 minutes to get to KD.

Intimidator is my love child.
User avatar #160 to #158 - freedomreturns ONLINE (07/15/2012) [-]
I did front row Intimidator, pulls the ******* tears from your face.
User avatar #163 to #160 - secretlywheatbread (07/15/2012) [-]
I've never done front row because my friends are jerks and dislike front row.
But KD makes me so happy.
User avatar #199 - psydoc (07/15/2012) [-]
1 2 3 4
Here's a message you can't ignore
5 6 7 8
Don't talk about my kids bitch.
User avatar #113 - themastertroller (07/15/2012) [-]
5,6,7,8
i always watch you masturbate
User avatar #212 - infinitereaper (07/15/2012) [-]
The cycles of humanity continue to move on
everyone applauds at the progress
but how long before our countries are gone
and everyone goes back to being lawless

Today we strive to love and think it will last forever
but tomorrow we hate again and say love we will never
Push and push your beliefs, but this age will end
with brand new beliefs in the age that's yet to begin

Seriously you guys, your arguing is pointless
#223 to #212 - anon (07/15/2012) [-]
I actually stopped scanning FJ just to read that. Nice poetry.

You... God. #!$%. Reaper.

( Commander Shepard @__@ )
#154 - dainana (07/15/2012) [-]
oh, boy, kids these days
#11 - bitchplzzz (07/15/2012) [-]
Comment Picture
#2 - fone (07/14/2012) [-]
Mom, Dad, I've got something to tell you...
User avatar #187 - mvtjets (07/15/2012) [-]
Why not? I'm not saying being gay is bad in any way, but it is only natural to be straight. Its like saying dont assume that your kid will have 2 eyes.........
User avatar #252 to #187 - shamefulhumor (07/15/2012) [-]
There are several sociohierarchal and biologically instilled adaptive incentives for homosexuality in the animal kingdom.

A response to a lackluster ratio of parents to offspring,
keeping population manageable,
leveling genetic progress with memetic change (passing values instead of DNA)
increasing/ decreasing sexual competition of offspring bearing individuals.

If you are curious I'm sure i could post a link to figures and findings.

Don't assume something clearly evident in nature is unnatural on your own biases and subjective conclusions. Human assumption lacks the veracity required when dealing with themes such as biological adaptation.





#205 to #187 - creepyunclebob (07/15/2012) [-]
I get your point, but saying "more common" is more accurate than "only natural," if they are naturally born gay, then it is natural. Not to seem butthurt or anything.
User avatar #214 to #205 - laelaps (07/15/2012) [-]
I'm sorry I have to disagree, being straight is natural. In the sense that it is the natural biological evolution of our species, to be attracted to a mate of different gender so as to promote procreation. So homosexuality therefore is biologically and evolutionarily* unnatural.
#218 to #214 - creepyunclebob (07/15/2012) [-]
The fact that it exists proves that it is natural. There is no such thing as an unnatural gene, every gene that still exists is there because it helps, or at least doesn't hinder, an individual's chance at passing on genetic information. The relatives of gays are more fertile than exclusively heterosexual families, meaning that the existence of the gene that causes homosexuality also contributes to a higher rate of procreation. That is what I was trying to say.
User avatar #226 to #218 - laelaps (07/15/2012) [-]
That is an interesting point, and even more interesting if it is valid. If you have a source I would be interested in reading about which genes promote homosexuality, and the statistics about more fertile relatives of homosexuals. And even if there is a high correlation I can not conceive any logical biological connection between the homosexuality genes of one person and the fertility genes of a relative. Also I would like to point out the logical fallacy that just because it exists means it in natural. Urban cities and tall skyscrapers exist, but that does not mean they are natural. The natural evolution of Earth never intended for the likes of human development. Therefore making such things unnatural.
#234 to #226 - creepyunclebob (07/15/2012) [-]
I was only applying that point to genetics, though. Evolution is generally accepted as natural, meaning that if a trait came to be through evolution, it is natural for it to exist. As for the source, I originally read it in a random Cracked article, but I had to find another source because I couldn't remember which article it was.
http://www.livescience.com/2623-gays-dont-extinct.html This is the other source I found.
User avatar #243 to #234 - laelaps (07/15/2012) [-]
Your argument would imply that we have evolved into a homosexual species. That the genes didn't exist before but now they do, and we a re better off. This is in fact false, as homosexuality has been evidenced throughout history, in rare cases. The fact that it was rare back then, and rather rare now suggests that it is not an evolutionary process, but rather a genetic defect. That's like saying the genetic deformities that occur from Incestuous relations are natural because biology dictated this. While it occurred biologically, physical and mental deformities are far from natural.
User avatar #259 to #243 - shamefulhumor (07/15/2012) [-]
Homosexual tendencies are often in response to a deficient parent to offspring ratio, when in the gay parent or parents assume responsibility for orphaned offspring as well as not contributing to the population increase that is putting stress on the population.

That is one of the most common roles you see homosexuality in mammals taking.

Ill try to get you a link.

User avatar #276 to #259 - laelaps (07/15/2012) [-]
I'm not sure if I completely understand the point you are making. it sounds like you're saying homosexul tendancies result in response to the number of offspring a parent has "devicient parent/offspring ratio" I understand this to mean that the more offspring a parent has the more likely those kids will develop homosexual tendancies. If this is true, and is in fact the point you are making, then it is nothing but a correlation and really has nothing to do with biological factors. If homosexuality is more the result of the amount of siblings you have than it warrants no validity to our argument of the naturality of homosexuality as it is not biological.
User avatar #283 to #276 - shamefulhumor (07/15/2012) [-]
No no, gay individuals raise children that otherwise would be neglected (or in many cases given up) because the burden on the biological parents is too great, all the while they are not contributing to the problem of overpopulation in the region or group.

Therefore, historically patterns of increased homosexuality is in relation to a strained population and resource availability.

Its a sociobiological adaptation via evolution.

I think you completely missed the point.
User avatar #285 to #283 - laelaps (07/15/2012) [-]
I see, thanks for clearing that up for me, I understand what you are saying now. Just one more thing, "historically patterns of increased homosexuality is in relation to a strained population and resource availability." any source to this?
User avatar #286 to #285 - shamefulhumor (07/15/2012) [-]
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/06/080617204459.htm
This is a pretty good one

I gave one of a few reasons that theorize why evolution uses homosexuality as a beneficial tool.

However i would stress that homosexual tendencies are not only biotic but memetic as well, they serve a purpose, however they are not ALL entirely as a result of biological adaptation. Moreover a social adaptation to changing circumstances within a tribe or community.

I feel the term "Natural" is often misused in regards to this subject, considering the definition cam mean a range of things, just by occurring reliably in nature it can be considered "Natural". Now, in regards to if it is beneficial to the species I would half to concur it is to some extent, so in both regards I find homosexuality natural.

Common? No, it is often the subject of fearful revulsion because it wasn't a prevalent concern. Homosexuals, up to about 30 years ago where closeted, though the behavior had been observed and people where aware of the behavior, it was considered a taboo, allowing for cognitive dissonance on the part of people who would otherwise be outraged by it.

Now with the press for civil rights, you see the people who are reluctant to the change rationalize their opposition to it with religion, False Dichotomies about the impact of homosexuality on morality, and pseudo-scientific explanations regarding the origins of the behavior.
#251 to #243 - creepyunclebob (07/15/2012) [-]
I'm not sure how I implied that we evolved into a homosexual species, but it wasn't my intention. Homosexuality has remained relatively constant historically because the genes that cause it aren't harmful, not because they are better than the more common ones. It isn't a defect any more than red hair is because it doesn't create any problems.
User avatar #275 to #251 - laelaps (07/15/2012) [-]
But it clearly does, from a evolutionary standpoint. The fact that it weakens their tendency to procreate is a huge disadvantage to evolution. Comparing homosexuality to red hair is another huge logical fallacy. Don't pretend like homosexuality is some huge biological advantage.
#278 to #275 - creepyunclebob (07/15/2012) [-]
It's not a biological advantage at all, that's what I just said. It does not cause problems in procreation, however, because of the findings in the article I cited above. The genes are being passed on even if homosexuals themselves aren't passing it. I would never suggest that an aversion to reproductive sex aids in procreation, but because of the factors in that article, the damage caused by homosexuality is offset enough that their numbers remain constant in proportion to the population.
User avatar #210 to #187 - SniperKitty (07/15/2012) [-]
There our thousands of species of animals that display homosexual behavior... all sexual orientations are natural...
User avatar #211 to #210 - mvtjets (07/15/2012) [-]
But it is not expected is what I am saying.......
User avatar #213 to #211 - SniperKitty (07/15/2012) [-]
It's not common, it's not what you expect your children to be, you are right there. But it is natural, just because it isn't a frequent occurrence doesn't make it unnatural.
User avatar #215 to #213 - mvtjets (07/15/2012) [-]
Well I didnt mean it literally........
#277 to #213 - mintless (07/15/2012) [-]
If it were natural wouldn't homosexuals be able to procreate? Everything that doesn't work they way it's been designed by nature is unnatural. The very reason they're not in large numbers is because there is no natural way for homosexuals to exist more than their individual life spans. That's how I see it anyways...
User avatar #282 to #277 - SniperKitty (07/15/2012) [-]
Oh and in response to your above post... if an animal has homosexual sex 95% of the time would you consider them bisexual or homosexual? Even male couples adopt children and raise them or hire a surrogate, female couples will try to become pregnant through invetro or through sperm donation. It's in our DNA to preserve our species, but it's not in our DNA to be purely heterosexual.
User avatar #279 to #277 - SniperKitty (07/15/2012) [-]
No, it is 150% natural. like I said over 1,000 different species have been shown to exhibit homosexual behavior. Lions, geese, a majority of primates, it occurs in animals with a complex herd life. Nobody is sure WHY they do it, female primates engage in homosexual behavior to reinforce the troop bond. Female geese (not sure the exact species I don't feel like looking it up) will engage with homosexual behavior the majority of the time, and about 50% of them will engage in heterosexual sex one time during the season to procreate, then go about with the other females. Male lions will have homosexual sex to enforce their bonds as well.

Some scientists believe that when a population of animals becomes bigger, the younger males (usually the brothers of older males) will only engage in homosexual behavior and use the offspring (nieces and nefews) as surrogates for their own children and help raise them.

We are hard wired to believe that animals only have sex to procreate, which is far far far from the truth. They have sex for pleasure, they masturbate as we do, and they engage in homosexual sex as well. One does not need the ability to procreate to help the species survive if the species is expanding well on its own. Not every animal is like us, we don't have a once a year window to have babies, so they engage in different sexual behaviors in between the periods of fertility.
#273 to #210 - mintless (07/15/2012) [-]
They don't display homosexual behaviour but rather bisexual. And it isn't natural as it actually harms the procreation of the species. Every animal lives to create offspring and continue the exsistence of their species... that is natural. I'm not saying gays are bad, but seing how you try to make it look like it's something normal really troubles me for some reason. And yes I probably will get red thumbs for this, but I really don't care.
User avatar #280 to #273 - SniperKitty (07/15/2012) [-]
Because it is normal.... I responded to this below your other comment so I won't be repeating myself.
User avatar #141 - biggrand (07/15/2012) [-]
when you dont have enough confidence in your own beliefs you need to ruin others to feel satisfied when you are really in denial
#10 - jakefenris (07/15/2012) [-]
Mhmm
Mhmm
#263 - anon (07/15/2012) [-]
Mfw the comment section is more intriguing than the picture.
#230 - bbdiehardinva (07/15/2012) [-]
MFW I live in Virginia...
MFW I live in Virginia...
#237 to #230 - littlenish (07/15/2012) [-]
Which county/city/town do you live in?
Which county/city/town do you live in?
#274 to #237 - bbdiehardinva (07/15/2012) [-]
Lynchburg
User avatar #284 to #274 - littlenish (07/15/2012) [-]
Oh... I live in Arlington
User avatar #220 - apllo (07/15/2012) [-]
oh my god i saw that sign with my mom and she gave me a weird look
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