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#173 - fuperbooper
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>Government's FW they go through my PC
#292 to #173 - anon id: c5ecef99
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I just ******* spat everywhere
#199 to #173 - doctorfoo
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>Government's FW my PC
User avatar #87 - I Am Monkey
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Remember when people were literally crying tears of joy when Obama was elected, actually believing that he was the solution to all our problems?

What do those people think now? They didn't just vote for the guy or support him, they thought he was the damn messiah. Do they acknowledge that they were massively gullible and easily manipulated?
User avatar #423 to #87 - mexicanfood
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this is what every president elected is considered when they are elected.

congrats captain ******* obvious
#385 to #87 - finni
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User avatar #246 to #87 - cudlefish
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then there were also those people who were crying tears of fear because they thought he was a Muslim, not a citizen of the U.s, the Anti Christ, spent years in the Madrasah. You shouldn't act like there was only stupidity on one side.
User avatar #256 to #246 - I Am Monkey
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People irrational hatred for every president there are always people that think the current president is the antichrist. Obama is the only one in recent history that people lost their **** over. They truly thought he was "the one".
User avatar #302 to #256 - cudlefish
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Yeah, the Democrats played the race card, and it worked. The Republicans tried to play the woman card for the vote, but they chose Sarah Palin, and shes a ******* retard.
#268 to #87 - anon id: 3edee452
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Obama bought both elections from people below the poverty line by giving handouts and freebies. Over 150,000 iphones to people on welfare. Not a big deal really, i only had to pay $800 for mine, you know what they deserve one for free. And all their kids should get one as well. Of COURSE I am willing to suffer tax increases to compensate the government's policy on massive useless spending, they are the government, they MUST be right about everything ever in life.
User avatar #424 to #268 - mexicanfood
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150,000 people doesnt constitute the entire voting population that voted for obama you ******* retard.
User avatar #408 to #87 - rhetoricalfunny
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I don't think anyone was happy Obama was in
Just that Bush was gone


With that said Obama is not the single lone entity doing all this.
No one believe that a single person was going to change anything, and almost every other alternative is just as bad.
#430 to #87 - anon id: 3f5d2751
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Oh don't worry dude Obama is listening to you and caring about what you say...
User avatar #323 to #87 - unoriginalaccount
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I wanted McCain to win back in 08.
#365 to #87 - cheastnut
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"keep obama president, he gave us a phone"
"whats wrong with romny?"
"He sucks!"
User avatar #95 to #87 - nitsuan
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Obama was black and we live in a liberal America that hate republicans; do the math. I have heard way too many people who said they voted for the black guy.
User avatar #145 to #95 - igodless
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and he gave me health care when my job wouldnt
User avatar #328 to #145 - sausydangles
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You wanna know how the US can get cheaper health care without having to get taxed out the ass to give it to everyone including those idiots who don't want it? Deregulate health care, allow companies to sell across state lines, and allow people to pick and choose what kind of coverage they want with their health care. With Obamacare it is required by law that I have coverage in my personal plan for gender therapy, breast implants and a bunch of other **** I don't want, on top of that I am paying out the ass in federal income tax to give everyone else in the US access to all that **** too
#264 to #145 - anon id: 3edee452
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If you actually read about what is going on with "Obamacare" no he ******* didn't. It takes money from people who actually need it in medicare/medicaid, costs more than most independent health insurance plans, and can be refused to people "who are going to die anyway"
#231 to #145 - anon id: 976612fb
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At the cost of others you selfish swine.
#236 to #231 - anon id: db28be65
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So public healthcare is freeloading in your opinion? I'm just asking, I want to know
#239 to #236 - anon id: 976612fb
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Not quite freeloading, but when we have things called free clinics and the fact that you legally don't have to pay medical expenses, why must this tiny fraction of Americans insist on pushing their problems onto others. Socialised healthcare works great in countries with smaller populations like Canada but take it a country of 300+ million people and you are being a burden. People in general suck and treat others like ****, why should my taxes be raised to pay for your healthcare?
#201 - lordhaha
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That sad moment when people say they are fine with it when obama does it but went ape **** when bush did the exact same thing.
User avatar #413 to #201 - alltimetens
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I don't study politics, but from what I've heard, Bush was enforcing unconstitutional acts such as torturing people to get information. Sure, I don't agree with Obama, but Bush did things that were just plain cruel and unconstitutional.
#249 to #201 - anon id: 4508c4b9
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The problem with people is that though they can shout and scream they can't really effect anything, eventually everyone gives up. There are two kinds of people: The people who create change, good or bad, and the people who wish for change, and simply just ask others to do it.
#301 to #201 - anon id: afe97cce
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because Bush did it after 9/11 we were all for it
#445 to #201 - worldkiller
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Vice versa too
#282 to #201 - nightstar
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The media tricks people into thinking that being a republican is a different thing than being a democrat.
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#32 - CommonJoo
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can someone explain what's going on? Is the government really spying on us? Is there an article somewhere? Sorry I live under a rock.
#33 to #32 - SILENCEnight
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**SILENCEnight rolled a random image posted in comment #4 at I wish it was yeah ;_; ** Google it
User avatar #42 to #32 - dharkmoswen
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I think it originated from a joke... if anyone's got some source as to WHATEVER it came from, that would be helpful.
#75 to #42 - fukyu
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do you watch the news, hell does anyone on here watch the damn news.... its about the PRISM program. and the fact that government can "legally" and i use the word loosely access any email over 6 months old. as well as a number of other injustices perpetrated against the american citizens by the people ment to keep this **** from happening
#191 to #75 - anon id: 64dddbca
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It's not even legal. The NSA has no jurisdiction over managing anything domestic. It is legally confined to international scopes but it is obviously not holding true to that notion.
User avatar #103 to #75 - dharkmoswen
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Thanks, I'll be sure to look it up
#72 to #32 - anon id: 766904f8
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You live under a rock, you should be fine and not have to worry about anything
User avatar #49 to #32 - keiishiyama
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Edward Snowden publicly came out and criticized the NSA for conducting and lying about their PRISM program, which does authorize unwarranted datamining from innocent citizens.

Some call him a traitor for betraying the government; others call him a patriot and a hero for defending the Constitution - specifically the 4th Amendment - from such illegal actions.

Bottom line is, Obama's regime is spying on the people without warrants, and the NSA is piss-mad that its own privacy has been violated.
#146 to #49 - fugglybastard
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I know you're not calling Snowden a traitor but I find it hilarious that some are. The government works for the people. So by exposing something that we should know about that goes to show that they're cheating us. I don't know why i felt the need to say this, you all know this already, unless you're ignorant.

<----------- pic completely related
#181 to #146 - anon id: 64dddbca
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I had a discussion with my parents. They think he needs to be punished severely for revealing government information to the world. They're also completely okay with the government having all this private data because it serves the war on terrorism.

I think the guy is doing a good thing. He's doing something much more profound than any corporate whistleblower (e.g. something Monsanto) because we're dealing with something huge. The NSA is larger than either the CIA and the FBI but until now we've known much less about it.
User avatar #150 to #146 - keiishiyama
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If fighting with that statist anon is any indication, I'm well aware
User avatar #155 to #150 - fugglybastard
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I know you are, after all you knew more about the topic then i did
User avatar #157 to #155 - keiishiyama
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In my defense, this was my attempt to avoid throwing my opinion in there. It worked so well. (sarcasm)
User avatar #151 to #150 - keiishiyama
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Dumbass ******* faces.
#447 to #49 - notafunnyguy
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thats a really good point. that they're fine violating our privacy and see no problem with it, but onec theres is violated it suddenly is a big deal
#355 to #49 - anon id: 5871d3ac
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theyre just doing it to protect us from muzzie terrorists
User avatar #170 to #49 - yuukoku
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Of course the NSA is mad. I'm surprised they haven't found a reason to make Snowden disappear. I really doubt that the president will get much else done after everything that has happened recently, so I'm just waiting for the next guy to come in and **** up even worse.
#293 to #49 - herpderpherpity
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You do realize this has been going on prior to the Obama DJ 4DM1Nistration as well right? A very similar scandal happened with Bush in 2006
User avatar #469 to #293 - InflictorOfPain
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It was originally concocted by the Bush DJ 4DM1Nistration, but it eventually got canceled out some time later, but the Obama DJ 4DM1Nistration brought it back.
#6 - sirthomasburr
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As a foreigner, I had the greatest respect for Obama before this whole damn thing. They're even letting our Government (the UK) use the system to gather data on us, frankly it's not on.
#213 to #6 - vkd
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I actually support what they are doing, of course I hate getting my privacy invaded like any other, but I'm not worried as the government does not have resources enough or interest to research everyday persons like us without greater suspicion, but it could be a damn good tool for anti-terror, stopping big criminal organizations and gathering evidence against black mailers, rapists etc.



but that is just my opinion on the case and does not represent what is right or what would be a smart thing to do
#230 to #213 - anon id: e07636f3
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100% agree with you. I don't understand why all these retards think the government is invading EVERYONES privacy and spying on them.

Attention all paranoid *****: If they have no reason to spy on you, they're not going to. If you give them a reason to, you're most likely doing something illegal and should be caught.
User avatar #338 to #230 - cabbagemayhem
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"Most likely doing something illegal and should be caught."
False. Every hundred years or so, a politician rises up, fools the naive populace with promises of prosperity, rounds up weapons of war, establishes control over the citizens via intrusive searches and registration, and then persecutes large numbers of innocent people. And, you don't have to be doing something illegal to draw unwanted attention.

"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." Benjamin Franklin
#253 to #230 - anon id: 4909d7ed
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But they do. They log your traffic, and as soon as you start doing something from the "Thats something a terrorist would probably do"-checklist, they start watching you very closly. Make several short phonecalls, search something at google maps, send a screenshot of the map to somebody and BLAM all your traffic now doesn't just get logged but actually looked through.

But you know whats even more despicable? The fact that they used the excuse "But this wasn't used on anyone living in the USA". So It would be unacceptable to offend a US-citizen, but its OK to violate the privacy of everyone else around the globe, because apparently everyone outside the United States has less basic rights.
Way to piss off the world.
#232 to #230 - anon id: 976612fb
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The 4th amendment is still there dude, regardless of how you feel.
#261 to #232 - anon id: 79a0f5d4
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they aren't tracking personal data, they're tracking metadata archived by companies, making it within their jurisdiction. what they are doing is legal.

lrn2law, faggot
#287 to #261 - anon id: 976612fb
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Not according to the forth amendment. But ya, know unwarranted searches are ok right? As long as it's on the internet.
#303 to #287 - anon id: 79a0f5d4
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>unwarranted
you clearly don't know what this word means in a legal context.
#225 to #213 - anon id: 976612fb
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Who you are and what you do doesn't nullify your constitutional rights regardless of how easy it would be to catch them. It's this kinda **** that makes people think you're a faggot.
#233 to #225 - vkd
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what people think of me it the least of my concern, the ability to raise my future children in safe surroundings is what concerns me and makes me support this privacy invasion in the slightest.


but that is just my opinion on it.
#241 to #233 - anon id: 976612fb
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Anyone who would sacrifice liberty for security deserve neither. You're a faggot and I don't care if you don't care, you're still a major little bitch.
#482 to #241 - anon id: 4cd97cc5
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This is the problem with the world, people are too ignorant and blind to listen to others without shooting them down, that was one of the main reasons ABB had his shoot out, that was the only action he could do to speak to the whole country after being denied time by time because his opinion differed from others and therefor they where not interested in his opinion.

If all this is happening, why the **** haven't anything been done about it since the majority is against it? Because you are the little bitches who only dear to dream but do not have the balls to speak, and anyone who has a different opinion you ignore, still you complain when the majority does not even represent the people you ELECTED to control your country?
User avatar #276 to #6 - glasgowrangers
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you're pretty naiive
#7 to #6 - anon id: cd28941a
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obama sucks dude
#8 to #7 - sirthomasburr
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Yeah, I've realised, we just get all the good press about him over here
#407 to #7 - anon id: 68ac3f53
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id like to see the fag browsing funnyjunk do a better job faggot faggity ******* faggot fag
#250 to #7 - anon id: 9e6b4eb3
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so does your mom
#197 to #7 - anon id: d54cf47e
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He sucks at being bad
#11 to #7 - prominant
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That's what he's saying?
User avatar #396 to #7 - michaelch
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Our whole government is a joke. It is turning into a dictatprship.
User avatar #409 to #396 - michaelch
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dictatorship*
User avatar #226 to #7 - cudlefish
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I respect him, but hes a bad president. He doesn't know whats going on in his DJ 4DM1Nistration, and he has no management skills
User avatar #300 to #7 - clydeninetyseven
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you guys all do realize the bush DJ 4DM1Nistration initialized the programme
#200 to #6 - anon id: 64dddbca
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The program started years before Obama's first election. It was kickstarted under the Bush DJ 4DM1Nistration with help of the Patriot Act. It's a twisted interpretation though since the NSA is only supposed to deal with international stuff and has no legal jurisdiction whatsoever over domestic information.

Why didn't they handle this under, say, the CIA? I don't know.
#216 to #6 - anon id: e4bc0c3e
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Well all the others are doing this **** aswell. Who the hell is left to vote for
User avatar #362 to #6 - oceanfrank
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Lol besides unfinished Healthcare reforms Obama hasn't been doing much. It's hard to clean up someone elses mess and frankly Obama isn't doing a very good job at it. If he had just pushed to balance our debt checkbook he would probably go down as a good president in my book, but no he's trying to do too much all at once.
#279 - glasgowrangers
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And then we'll tell them it's for their own protection
#206 - hauntzor
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Mfw people bitching about NSA
#389 to #206 - Gurple
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I know right? It's like why should I give a **** if they can see my stuff, I have nothing to hide. If they can use this to catch potential terrorists then I'm fine with it.
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The greatest pic ever.
#318 - roliga
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I said it, I ******* said it. Back in 2008 when FJ was like 99% liberals I said **** like this was going to ******* happen. I said the federal government was going to overstep their bounds and give themselves power they aren't entitled to. Well who's paranoid now?
User avatar #456 to #318 - InflictorOfPain
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FJ is still mostly libtards. And liberals are what's wrong with the government now days.
User avatar #352 to #318 - durkadurka
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I had the same sentiment back in 08. Though truthfully McCain probably would have done some of the same things.

I just can't believe that it's taken this much and people are just starting to get annoyed. How bad do things have to get for people to do something?
#366 to #352 - mckinkymcormic
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when they feel the consequences.
when they feel the consequences.
User avatar #368 to #366 - NinjaHermit
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Unfortunately, it might be too late by then.
User avatar #370 to #368 - mckinkymcormic
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see, this is why socialism doesn't work...

cause eventually all possibilities of capitalism just erodes. no incentive to change, no reason to make things better. everything is decided for everyone.
User avatar #373 to #370 - NinjaHermit
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Yeah. I mean, on a much smaller scale, socialism/communism could work, in theory. You know, like, a group of people sharing their resources and stuff to help each other out.
But on a larger scale, like an entire country... yeah, no. It ain't gonna work. Too ripe for abuse.
User avatar #376 to #373 - mckinkymcormic
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socialism/comunism only works with good people. in the real world, there are psychopaths, and sociopaths that dont care like normal human beings. plus there are those who simply cant control, or take care of themselves, and those who have high power, often become corrupt. this is why checks and balances are one of the most efficient and logical ways of taking care of a society, because one can not become more powerful than the other, due to the fact they all are selfish and want to cancel eachother out.
User avatar #382 to #376 - NinjaHermit
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Exactly.
User avatar #384 to #382 - mckinkymcormic
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im going to laugh if im explaining it wrong and nobody catches it lol
User avatar #459 to #376 - InflictorOfPain
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The definition of "good" is obscure. Something "good" could be bad for the country.
User avatar #461 to #459 - mckinkymcormic
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just like i am good for the health of the human species.

people will die,

but it is for the greater good.
User avatar #467 to #461 - InflictorOfPain
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There is no true existence of good or evil. They're obscure moral constructs designed to control behavior depicted by humanity, which in itself is flawed. What you perceive as "good" could be entirely different from what others may believe in.
User avatar #468 to #467 - mckinkymcormic
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well, people have been tellng me my actions have not been good. thank you for making me feel good about myself.


who will be my next victim then?
User avatar #472 to #468 - InflictorOfPain
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Lol, I base all my beliefs on it's relativity to science and the natural world. I believe eugenics would be a great factor to benefiting humanity, yet most people are horrified by it.
User avatar #474 to #472 - mckinkymcormic
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i beleve humanity should base itself off of the fact nobody realy gives a fuq.

i mean realy, how much energy and resources would be saved if we just didnt care.
User avatar #475 to #474 - InflictorOfPain
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Society would collapse and humanity wouldn't be able to progress scientifically. Earth won't last forever, and with technology and structure, we can find a new dwelling.
User avatar #477 to #475 - mckinkymcormic
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ooooor, we will overload the internet with a ******* of purple lines.
User avatar #374 to #318 - I Am Monkey
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I was just browsing my old comments and had one with like 30 thumbs down for saying that "Change We Can Believe In" is a retarded campaign premise and that he's not going to do any of the **** they think he's going to. I couldn't help but smirk.
#375 to #318 - iamphoenix
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You were about 150 years late with that, though.
#349 to #318 - cheastnut
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you're only crazy if you're wrong
you're only crazy if you're wrong
User avatar #340 to #318 - jamesisawesome
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Implying that Republicans wouldn't have done this.
User avatar #341 to #340 - roliga
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>implying im a republican/conservative
User avatar #343 to #341 - jamesisawesome
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Never said that
#243 - nielsbentzen
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thier face when they enter thee abyss of my fap folders
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(06/12/2013) [-]
1. Disconnect everything from internet
2. Set up a honeypot machine
3. Fill with shiny, new stuxnet mutation
4. Wait for them to take a whiff
5. Laugh as that bean-fart of a virus does it's job