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#1 - repugnantpug
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#37 - tehbomb
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(09/12/2012) [-]
THE CAT CAME BACK, THE VERY NEXT DAY   
THE CAT CAME BACK, HE THOUGHT IT WAS A GONER   
BUT THE CAT CAME BACK   
HE JUST WOULDN'T STAY AWAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
THE CAT CAME BACK, THE VERY NEXT DAY
THE CAT CAME BACK, HE THOUGHT IT WAS A GONER
BUT THE CAT CAME BACK
HE JUST WOULDN'T STAY AWAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
#84 to #37 - soflyy
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(09/12/2012) [-]
I love you as well
#69 to #37 - lordofthenash
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(09/12/2012) [-]
You! I love you.
#39 to #37 - carmelrenee
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#41 to #39 - gravegraffiti
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#59 to #41 - buckoman
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(09/12/2012) [-]
What's the name of this cat/series?
#60 to #59 - gravegraffiti
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(09/12/2012) [-]
Pusheen. It's at the bottom of the gif, but you either gotta know it's there already, or have ******* brilliant eyesight to see it.
#61 to #60 - buckoman
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(09/12/2012) [-]
Wow. I had to really zoom in to see it.

Thanks!
#62 to #61 - gravegraffiti
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(09/12/2012) [-]
You're welcome.
#57 to #37 - tanglenose
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#21 - jokersaysamuseme
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(09/12/2012) [-]
Sorry, I can't hear you over my free healthcare
#73 to #21 - rwiddow
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(09/12/2012) [-]
I never get sick, so the amount i save by the time i do need a liver or what not, i can afford my own new liver. **** your high taxes.
#86 to #73 - msvegeta
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(09/12/2012) [-]
"i never get sick"

everyone gets sick. And there is no way to know if you will have cancer or heart disease tomorrow. sorry, buddy, no one is immune to misfortune.
#89 to #86 - rwiddow
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(09/12/2012) [-]
Oh no! I may die one day! Oh yea i get paid to get fired upon and return fire. True but it has worked for over two decades for me.
#90 to #89 - msvegeta
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(09/12/2012) [-]
Uh, please try to be logical when responding... I didn't say anything about you dying. I critisized your presumptuousness when you said that you never get sick. Also, I think higher taxes are cheaper than having, say, cancer. Are you prepared to pay tens of thousands of dollars every year for that? Personally, I would rather pay taxes.
And at least they know that their taxes are going to something worthwhile, you know?
#92 to #90 - rwiddow
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I was talking of being sick, which constitutes of me never even getting a bad flu. You retort with heart disease and cancer, which usually kill due to the cost of the procedure, not to mention dying from waiting on the donor list. Truly go castrate yourself if my reply was not sensible enough for you. To the contrary you can get a new cancer treatment that costs about $800 and has a high chance of working. If you try to say one thing is better without enough facts you just come off looking like a britfag from liverpool. So it is better to spend presumably thousands extra a year for something i do not use?
#107 to #92 - msvegeta
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(09/12/2012) [-]
Woah there buddy, no need to get all upset. Just trying to share my point of view. Also, to clear up some misconceptions, I'm not a guy, so I'm not going to try castrating myself... (I'm amazed that's a reasonable response from my comment) Also, I'm not a britfag. I'm not from Britain at all. I live in the US. And I happen to think that the British system is perfectly logical and fair.
Is it really right that people should die in America because they can't afford their medical care? I don't think so. That's what I'm getting at. There are inherent problems with the American system. There are problems everywhere, I won't deny it, but I do see a solution to the american problem. And it is the european "socialist" system.
#110 to #107 - rwiddow
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For starters i am not upset, i am quite cool and content.

Women can be castrated as well It is called an ovariectomy or ovarian ablation.

So taxing the **** out of the american populace is the plan when most of america is still in shambles? To save a few lives while killing others from malnutrition and starvation?

The solution to the governmental problems are right in the same area that your founding was in, not to forget that america uses a quite redundant system that claims to be democracy. America is not a democracy as it stands.
#115 to #110 - msvegeta
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I wouldn't exactly call raising taxes to levels in Europe qualifies as "taxing the **** out of everyone." People seem to forget, that in the past, taxes in the US were way higher than they are now- at one point, close to 90% of your income. Maybe that would qualify as "taxing the ****" out of someone. These taxes, by the way, seldom hurt people's quality of life. I have family in the Netherlands, and when I go, I never see homeless people. Really. I have never seen a homeless person in the Netherlands. Looks like maybe taxes aren't so bad after all? (and yeah, I'm clearly simplifying the issue)

And, um, what was my founding that you are referring to? I'm confused by that premise.
#118 to #115 - rwiddow
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So america already has a large homeless population, i think taking more from them to give them cough syrup is hardly the correct idea.

The founding fathers stated all this would happen if America did not do this or that, it also states how to rectify it. For someone so glad to take another countries ideals sure knows little about her own country.

P.S: look at comment #30, Britain pays alone 2x the price for petrol.

Example: my car gets 30mpg. Every two weeks i spend $50 on gas, about $150 in gas a month. $150*12= $1800 a year. Double that to $1800 in the taxes for the healthcare. I pay $1600 a year for my coverage, and it would get me anything as long as i pay my $500 deductible.
#124 to #118 - msvegeta
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Please, just stop assuming things about me. The US is not "my own country." I said that I live in the US and I'm not a britfag. That doesn't make me American, born and raised. I'm a Dutch citizen.
And yeah, I think that taxing people will help the poor, because they can have better access to clean housing, welfare, and drug treatment. I think that would help lots of homeless people get back on their feet- especially since so many homeless people are injured war veterans. You've got to start somewhere, and it's never easy. But countries that employ the system tend to have better ratings for poverty, health, happiness, etc. I think that says something.
#129 to #124 - rwiddow
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Oh and Britain has a huge homeless sector for your information.
#128 to #124 - rwiddow
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(09/12/2012) [-]
Hmmm that is why america ups the taxes on the poor and lowers them for the rich?

There is much more wrong with america than it not being taxed more. They are having a nice little war that is eating up resources and money, the homeless make hundreds if not thousands a day [there have been studies about them, as well as i knew a "homeless man" who made $700 minimum for pandhandling, drove to and from "his work" in a brand new sports car, also lived in a large house]. you may have your heart in the wrong place, try the history books about the founding fathers of america.
#134 to #128 - msvegeta
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(09/12/2012) [-]
I never claimed britain didn't have homeless people. I'm claiming that the Netherlands has waaay fewer homeless people compared to the rest of the population that the US does.

And... I think you're getting off track. We were talking about socialized medical care? Which I still think is a good thing
#135 to #134 - rwiddow
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You are the one who lead it off the tracks.

At this time socialized health care is not the right thing for America. If America fixed everything else, [socialism is the best way to run a country] then adopting not only the health care, but all aspects of a socialist society, then America would be in great shape. Simply adopting socialistic policies to America would be detrimental due to the greedy buggers who run america.
#136 to #135 - msvegeta
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(09/12/2012) [-]
Yeah, but you're advocating a total switchover to socialist policies at the same time as offering arguments against socialized health care. Sorry, dude, but the way the US govt works, these changes happen gradually, one new bill at a time.

Listen, you're not being consistent in your argument, I can see that now. Have a nice day, I don't feel like talking to you anymore.
#137 to #136 - rwiddow
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(09/13/2012) [-]
You need to brush up on your american history... I would make complete sense then.
#138 to #137 - msvegeta
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(09/13/2012) [-]
I never said a false statement about US history.

What I meant by you not making sense was not that I didn't understand your references to american history. I was referring to you initially saying a reason against socialism was that "taxing the **** out of americans" would not help. Then later, you said socialism was the best system. You see how you aren't producing a coherent opinion?

Now, I don't know why you keep gravitating toward the idea of me not knowing about US history. This isn't a discussion about US history, this is a discussion about economic policy. They're related, but not closely enough for you to be able to discern my level of knowledge of the former. In addition, you don't seem to know very much about US history at all. Earlier, you stated "the founding fathers stated all this would happen." No they did not. They did not predict that the US would have a massive controversy regarding capitalism vs. socialism.
#145 to #138 - socialism
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(09/13/2012) [-]
He doesn't even lift.
#139 to #138 - rwiddow
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(09/13/2012) [-]
You are trying to splice in superior components into a beat up old pick up. Lets say the battery is healthcare, and you add prius type brakes so you charge said battery when you brake. That dose nothing to help the system but add more weight to a dying system.

The founding fathers covered all this when they founded the country...

Though there was no socialism back then, they understood government styles change with the time, and they had plans to deal with the changes. The plans would keep america running up to speed. Sadly the US government does not want to do them. Which the founding fathers also wrote about.

I was just trying to say that slaping a bandaid over a crack in a windshield will not help the car run any smoother.

Tl:Dr: The american system is flawed to hell, changing a few things will postpone the end, but changing the system would revitalize not only the economy but the country itself.

Also i never asked for a debate.
#140 to #139 - msvegeta
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That's not what you were saying at first, but okay. All I'm going to say is that gradual positive changes are better than no changes, and they take us closer to a new system every time. Nothing wrong with that philosophy. Any analogies you give aren't better than evidence- does socialized healthcare work or does it weigh the system down? That's the center of our disagreement, and if you're going to insult me for my opinion you might as well have real evidence.
#143 to #140 - rwiddow
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(09/13/2012) [-]
Honestly have no idea what we are talking about, I was talking of bettering america. Have a good day.
#141 to #140 - rwiddow
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I also was not speaking my full mind because i felt you would have derped off by the time i actually had to explain my side.

So what it is not like if one of us wins, that america will be helped.

Too many small changes with no big picture in mind is just as bad as it is now besides that moral and possibly effort will be increased.

This is a topic i normally stay out of like i do about gun control, because i am too uncaring to go find the figures that prove the whole part you are missing.

It would not be the straw that breaks the camals back but the camal is already straining itself, how about we figure ways to make a smaller government, boost job openings, and jack up upper classes taxes to about 50%.
^far much better use of change.
#142 to #141 - msvegeta
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(09/13/2012) [-]
Yeah I think we're not understanding eachother well. Whatever, this isn't interesting anymore. I didn't feel you ever addressed my claims about the benefits of healthcare. Bye.
#22 to #21 - bilbobjoe
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(09/12/2012) [-]
Nah, I think it's the economically failing neighboring countries that you have that are blocking up your ears.
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#23 to #22 - jokersaysamuseme
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(09/12/2012) [-]
And which countries might these be?
#24 to #23 - bilbobjoe
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(09/12/2012) [-]
Oh I have no idea
*cough* Greece *cough* Spain *cough* soon to be any country using the euro *cough cough cough*
#25 to #24 - jokersaysamuseme
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(09/12/2012) [-]
I'll just leave this here
#26 to #25 - bilbobjoe
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(09/12/2012) [-]
Thanks.
#87 to #24 - msvegeta
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(09/12/2012) [-]
only some countries are getting messed up by the euro, it's more complicated than what you think
#27 to #21 - Pikachuuu
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(09/12/2012) [-]
Did u really just make that comment for no apparent reason?
#29 to #21 - bronymaster ONLINE
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(09/12/2012) [-]
free uh...well if the healthcare comes from the government were does the government get the money from
#42 to #29 - jaggedherp
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(09/12/2012) [-]
Taxes, but in a way that we pay less than people without universal health care do in their entire life.
#43 to #42 - bronymaster ONLINE
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i'm just saying nothing is free
#44 to #43 - jaggedherp
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But some things are cheaper.
#45 to #44 - bronymaster ONLINE
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(09/12/2012) [-]
the fine line my friend the fine line
#30 to #21 - welshash
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I'm british, but americans dont have anything taxed. We pay like £1.37p per litre for petrol, where they would pay like 74p probably less. Because their government doesnt tax **** or, tax **** high. But still, if one of you ******* gets a lung transplant, insured or not, that ****** is going to cost you about $60,000.   
   
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I'm british, but americans dont have anything taxed. We pay like £1.37p per litre for petrol, where they would pay like 74p probably less. Because their government doesnt tax **** or, tax **** high. But still, if one of you ******* gets a lung transplant, insured or not, that ****** is going to cost you about $60,000.

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#51 to #30 - seniorpokeman
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(09/12/2012) [-]
Yeah, I like the system we have here for reasons like that. Don't get me wrong, there are a lot of real benefits to your system too, but still, I like having low taxes here.
#52 to #51 - seniorpokeman
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(09/12/2012) [-]
And ignore mein German flag. I live in America.
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#65 - unclegloops
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#105 to #65 - thatguyfromaus
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They're organizing!
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#66 - rabbitfood
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looks like my cat
#83 to #66 - contaminatedwin
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Your cat is cheating on you.
#36 - joshofsouls
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(09/12/2012) [-]
What if the cat is waiting for someone...
Someone who died...
#104 - cometfire
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Corn!
Corn!
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