Read desc.. The difference between freedom and slavery is one thin line. Found on a website, haven't seen it here, 0% OC.. Then why is there 3 lines? Read desc The difference between freedom and slavery is one thin line Found on a website haven't seen it here 0% OC Then why there 3 lines?
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#6 - givemethesalt
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Then why is there 3 lines?
User avatar #81 to #6 - uzzwick
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HAHA XD we all got le troled hard XD
#10 to #6 - anonymoose
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You were saying?
#12 to #10 - givemethesalt
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User avatar #23 to #21 - anonymoose
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No they don't.
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User avatar #25 to #24 - anonymoose
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No they don't.
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User avatar #27 to #26 - anonymoose
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No they don't.
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User avatar #121 to #119 - anonymoose
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That is a simple elementary equation for a STRAIGHT line, not a line in general. There are also equations for lines that do curve e.g. y=e^x is a curved line graph.
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#40 to #26 - ijustmadethistofap
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Mathematically*
#36 to #26 - andnowducks
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Obviously Op wont be a maths teacher.
Obviously Op wont be a maths teacher.
#63 to #36 - bensho
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That's not OP...
That's not OP...
User avatar #69 to #63 - andnowducks
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nocturnavg*
User avatar #89 to #26 - Harjyot
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stop commenting, you're not proving anything.

User avatar #38 to #26 - OsamaBinLadenz
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Ever hear of segments? That is 1 line. The turns are segments of that line, if I remember correctly.
User avatar #65 - mcgeeassy
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The difference between volunteer work and slave labor is a smile.
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User avatar #73 to #65 - anonymoose
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I thought it was the ability to leave.
#85 to #73 - Lambda
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#82 to #68 - gadd
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Find that bastard and knock him the **** out.
#86 to #82 - sekihotai
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MFW i find this cracka and **** him up
User avatar #13 - chrolt
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This is one of those things that sound really deep but doesn't really make a lot of sense when you think about it. What thin line is there between freedom and slavery?

And I'm not saying there isnt a thin line, you could argue for either one, I'm just saying painting birds with a line through them doesn't demonstrate it very well. When the **** do you tie birds together?

Am i completely missing the point here? Is the line supposed to represent shackles and chains? beacuse that doesn't make sense either.

Maybe they're impaled over a grill... No still deosn't make sense..
#14 to #13 - anon id: 0f44de9f
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Meant to represent barbed wire, in other words detainment.
User avatar #15 to #14 - chrolt
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Alright I'll bite, what are the barbs then before you make them into barb wire?
User avatar #30 to #15 - icycannon [OP]
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birds
#18 to #13 - anon id: c5f5ea80
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Those were birds?!
User avatar #19 to #13 - jlyoung
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Without the line they look birds.Birds fly free through the sky.With the line it looks like barbed wire.Barbed wire tends to be used to block people on places like prisons.
Birds are free,barbed wire is slavery.
#32 to #19 - deathoftheparty
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Wow that's so deep man. Are you like a philosofizer or something?
User avatar #72 to #19 - chrolt
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I'm not sure if you're defending it or just interpreting it, but i must ask you: Since when does barbed wire symbolize slavery? When i think of slavery i think of shackles, ropes, maybe fences if you stretch it, but barb wire? That's used for war mostly.

I'll buy that birds represent freedom, but how does putting a line through birds make barb wire? Do they use our freedom to make us slaves by putting lines through us? Or does the line itself represent something else? And in that case what?

I know artistic freedom and all that, and they kinda look alike, but that is quite far fetched.

The symbols in this are just to far removed from each other, and from what the description says it's supposed to symbolize.

But that's just my opinion anyway.
User avatar #53 to #19 - rokkarokkaali
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So we should let inmates out because it's slavery?
I don't want to be butt ******.
too much
#3 - Bohya
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In what way do a bunch of 'X's represent freedom.
In what way do a bunch of 'X's represent freedom.
User avatar #5 to #3 - inthenameofcake
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Birds, you know. Free as a bird?
One thin line through them all - barbed wire. Slavery.
User avatar #4 to #3 - brennison
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They're supposed to be birds, I think :P
#93 - civilwarfare
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or this
#31 - deathoftheparty
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This is ******* retarded.
User avatar #45 to #31 - bogbean
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Just like you.
#49 to #45 - deathoftheparty
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Yea dude this picture is like so deep man. It really makes you think man. Like what if bro.
#11 - gharshi
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I'm pretty sure this is what he meant.
..still doesn't make that much sense..
#1 - anonymoose
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Ah, yes, the international sign of freedom.
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#9 to #7 - anonymoose
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Well, now I look like a silly billy.
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#28 to #22 - anon id: b17fb303
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Really? put a free man in a cage and lock him away forever, is he still free?
User avatar #37 to #28 - neutralgray
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Yes but that seems a drastic difference than being out of the cage (especially since you specified locking him away forever) so that isn't really a "thin line."
User avatar #39 to #37 - neutralgray
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A better example would be subtle manipulation. In this one believes they're free while someone else pulls their strings, thus there is a "thin line" in that situation since the "slave" has no idea of his own "cage."
User avatar #41 to #39 - Jackimole
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AND THE THIN LINE IS THE STRINGS
HOLY ****
User avatar #42 to #41 - neutralgray
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Huh. Yeah. I guess you could say that.
User avatar #43 to #42 - Jackimole
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Another intelligent and articulate comment from Jackimole.
User avatar #35 to #28 - andnowducks
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Well to be honest, if he can move around the cage, then he's kind of free, just a point
User avatar #34 to #28 - invisiblepleasure
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No, but then I suppose he crossed the line.
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#44 to #22 - fukluvmakesammichs
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brave new world or 1984 my friend. both express the thought of freedom, from the inhabitants, whilst from the outside clearly being in a state of slavery.
surely the difference between freedom and slavery is simply your perspective.