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ANGRYMARINE

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ALWAYS ANGRY. ALL THE TIME.
THATS ALL YOU FUCKING NEED TO KNOW!

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#250 - he is entitled to ensure the safety of himself, not start the …  [+] (1 reply) 06/23/2015 on More Gender Equality -2
#259 - anon (06/23/2015) [-]
Any yet here you are defending someone (literally) turning their back for five seconds and suddenly 'restarting' the fight. I have to go back to several comments that basically ask if there is a time limit on assault and battery. Maybe five seconds is enough for you but for most reasonable people, if you receive an unproved attack you are going to respond in kind. Maybe in that Warhammer 40K fantasy world of yours the space marines don't get attacked unless it is a truly evil force. However, in the real world you can get attacked for any number of reasons.

And for all of them you are morally allowed to defend yourself.

Note, I said morally. This may not be part of your 40K fantasy world. You also have to remember that there are legal concerns. In the real word there is no holding someone down 'until the police arrive'. Yes, an 'eye for an eye' shit, and all that. But you still have to look out to keep the sight in both your eyes when someone is trying to poke them out.

Look, I know that graduating from high school and entering the 'real world' (a.k.a. college) is scary for some folks. However, there is a whole other world out there (a.k.a. the real world) that is a brutal as fuck and does not care about your philosophies or beliefs. You would do well to aquatint yourself with this world lest it eat you alive...
#242 - of course not, you would use the requisite physical force to r…  [+] (1 reply) 06/23/2015 on More Gender Equality -1
#249 - anon (06/23/2015) [-]
And you are still talking about using 'requisite physical force' to hold someone down. If you really are a CJ major then maybe you should aquatint yourself with the definitions of assault and battery.

Look, I know you live in a Warhammer 40K fantasy universe but the rest of us have to live in reality.

Tough stuff but someone has to do it.
#225 - no, i didnt say that. i said dont continue the fight for longe…  [+] (4 replies) 06/23/2015 on More Gender Equality -1
#246 - anon (06/23/2015) [-]
And yet you are saying that.

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#235 - PVTDickStryker (06/23/2015) [-]
It isn't self-defense, but it she isn't innocent, nor does the guy deserve to be charged with assault. You punch someone, then immediately run away saying "I don't wanna fight anymore" is not the uninitiation of a conflict when its said immediately after the initial aggressor finishes their first act of violence.

After he smacked her onto the ground, odds are, he would've just stopped right then and there. But we'll never know, as the police decided then and there to dog-pile him.
#242 - ANGRYMARINE (06/23/2015) [-]
of course not, you would use the requisite physical force to restrain them till the cops come.

and yes he could have been just holding her there, but the cops dont know that. they come into the situation and see him attacking her, so they move to control the main threat in the situation. which is why i said i wish the clip went a bit longer, if they were doing their job properly they would have questioned both of them and released the man.
#249 - anon (06/23/2015) [-]
And you are still talking about using 'requisite physical force' to hold someone down. If you really are a CJ major then maybe you should aquatint yourself with the definitions of assault and battery.

Look, I know you live in a Warhammer 40K fantasy universe but the rest of us have to live in reality.

Tough stuff but someone has to do it.
#221 - thank you for jumping so quickly to conclusions about me. goog…  [+] (3 replies) 06/23/2015 on More Gender Equality -1
#241 - anon (06/23/2015) [-]
Sorry, but I will jump to the logical conclusion of the name 'Angrymarine'. Are you implying some version of an angry dragon? Maybe you think everyone here is up on Warhammer 40K and ready to empathize? I don't know what physical conflict has occurred in your life; however, your obvious SWJ bend makes me skeptical.

Regardless, I don't know your life. Nor do you know how anyone else should react to being attacked. Let's just be obvious here: he was attacked without any form of provocation. He was minding his own business and eating some delicious Pringles. He does not know the context of the attack, only that he received an unprovoked attacked. Personally, I don't think I would have responded in same but he is entitled to defending himself.

Five seconds time elapsed does not make her innocent. Turning her back for a fraction of a second does not make her innocent. The only difference going on here is that he is a man and she is a woman. If the genders were reversed there would be screams for his blood. If it were two men no one would care. If it were two women it would just be entertaining. But it is a man 'attacking' a women therefore it is now a SJW issue.

Maybe your major is Feminist Studies? You should at least consider taking it up as a minor....
#250 - ANGRYMARINE (06/23/2015) [-]
he is entitled to ensure the safety of himself, not start the fight all over again. and i dont know where the hell you are pulling this sjw crap from, i never mentioned anything to do with her being a girl making it wrong. if she were a guy id be saying the same thing. you dont get to jump back on someone when they attack you. an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind. thats the point.
#259 - anon (06/23/2015) [-]
Any yet here you are defending someone (literally) turning their back for five seconds and suddenly 'restarting' the fight. I have to go back to several comments that basically ask if there is a time limit on assault and battery. Maybe five seconds is enough for you but for most reasonable people, if you receive an unproved attack you are going to respond in kind. Maybe in that Warhammer 40K fantasy world of yours the space marines don't get attacked unless it is a truly evil force. However, in the real world you can get attacked for any number of reasons.

And for all of them you are morally allowed to defend yourself.

Note, I said morally. This may not be part of your 40K fantasy world. You also have to remember that there are legal concerns. In the real word there is no holding someone down 'until the police arrive'. Yes, an 'eye for an eye' shit, and all that. But you still have to look out to keep the sight in both your eyes when someone is trying to poke them out.

Look, I know that graduating from high school and entering the 'real world' (a.k.a. college) is scary for some folks. However, there is a whole other world out there (a.k.a. the real world) that is a brutal as fuck and does not care about your philosophies or beliefs. You would do well to aquatint yourself with this world lest it eat you alive...
#194 - no marine here, was seriously thinking about it tho. this was …  [+] (5 replies) 06/23/2015 on More Gender Equality +1
#214 - anon (06/23/2015) [-]
Well, that about sums up my opinion of your opinion: you call yourself an 'angrymarine' yet you are not a Marine and unlikely have experienced any physical conflict in your life. However, you feel free to talk about how you would respond to direct physical violence.

Good luck with that Criminal Justice major...
#221 - ANGRYMARINE (06/23/2015) [-]
thank you for jumping so quickly to conclusions about me. google "angry marine warhammer 40k" and you will quickly see what my original intent was with this account. and ive experienced enough physical conflict to know that i wouldnt do what he did.
#241 - anon (06/23/2015) [-]
Sorry, but I will jump to the logical conclusion of the name 'Angrymarine'. Are you implying some version of an angry dragon? Maybe you think everyone here is up on Warhammer 40K and ready to empathize? I don't know what physical conflict has occurred in your life; however, your obvious SWJ bend makes me skeptical.

Regardless, I don't know your life. Nor do you know how anyone else should react to being attacked. Let's just be obvious here: he was attacked without any form of provocation. He was minding his own business and eating some delicious Pringles. He does not know the context of the attack, only that he received an unprovoked attacked. Personally, I don't think I would have responded in same but he is entitled to defending himself.

Five seconds time elapsed does not make her innocent. Turning her back for a fraction of a second does not make her innocent. The only difference going on here is that he is a man and she is a woman. If the genders were reversed there would be screams for his blood. If it were two men no one would care. If it were two women it would just be entertaining. But it is a man 'attacking' a women therefore it is now a SJW issue.

Maybe your major is Feminist Studies? You should at least consider taking it up as a minor....
#250 - ANGRYMARINE (06/23/2015) [-]
he is entitled to ensure the safety of himself, not start the fight all over again. and i dont know where the hell you are pulling this sjw crap from, i never mentioned anything to do with her being a girl making it wrong. if she were a guy id be saying the same thing. you dont get to jump back on someone when they attack you. an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind. thats the point.
#259 - anon (06/23/2015) [-]
Any yet here you are defending someone (literally) turning their back for five seconds and suddenly 'restarting' the fight. I have to go back to several comments that basically ask if there is a time limit on assault and battery. Maybe five seconds is enough for you but for most reasonable people, if you receive an unproved attack you are going to respond in kind. Maybe in that Warhammer 40K fantasy world of yours the space marines don't get attacked unless it is a truly evil force. However, in the real world you can get attacked for any number of reasons.

And for all of them you are morally allowed to defend yourself.

Note, I said morally. This may not be part of your 40K fantasy world. You also have to remember that there are legal concerns. In the real word there is no holding someone down 'until the police arrive'. Yes, an 'eye for an eye' shit, and all that. But you still have to look out to keep the sight in both your eyes when someone is trying to poke them out.

Look, I know that graduating from high school and entering the 'real world' (a.k.a. college) is scary for some folks. However, there is a whole other world out there (a.k.a. the real world) that is a brutal as fuck and does not care about your philosophies or beliefs. You would do well to aquatint yourself with this world lest it eat you alive...
#188 - yes, though he could have handled it better.  [+] (2 replies) 06/23/2015 on More Gender Equality +1
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#202 - hairycheeseball (06/23/2015) [-]
True but put yourself in his shoes, its hard to control what you are doing after you get assaulted out of nowhere, he could of been much worse i know i might of been. I respect your opinion and see where you are coming from but I simply don't agree, i would love to continue but lunch is over so i have to go, self defense is usually a grey area and this case is a good example. You have a good day thank you for debating like an adult and not resorting to name calling
#212 - ANGRYMARINE (06/23/2015) [-]
likewise, i try to maintain an open mind and consider the opposing veiw. and i agree he acted in the heat of the moment, which is why i said the charges would have most likely been dropped.
#187 - the general rule is that civilians are able to use similar mea…  [+] (1 reply) 06/23/2015 on More Gender Equality +1
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#192 - hairycheeseball (06/23/2015) [-]
My point here is just because she wasn't doing doing at the time doesn't mean much, just stopping doesn't make her assault not matter. My understanding of defense is you are allowed to take action after an attack against you regardless of there current actions to prevent further attacks. This is based off college courses as well
#174 - yes you can punch me in the face. i dont get to beat the **** …  [+] (7 replies) 06/23/2015 on More Gender Equality -1
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#178 - hairycheeseball (06/23/2015) [-]
Ok be real he didn't do that and if think you can just detain me without some form of fight im sorry but thats not gonna work, additionally with the way you worded that you made it sound like you could not take action against me after I disengaged
#187 - ANGRYMARINE (06/23/2015) [-]
the general rule is that civilians are able to use similar means to counter similar means, im sorry if it came off as "you shouldnt do anything", by all means be loud, put distance between you two, ready fists, but if they are not attacking, you cant attack back.
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#192 - hairycheeseball (06/23/2015) [-]
My point here is just because she wasn't doing doing at the time doesn't mean much, just stopping doesn't make her assault not matter. My understanding of defense is you are allowed to take action after an attack against you regardless of there current actions to prevent further attacks. This is based off college courses as well
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#182 - hairycheeseball (06/23/2015) [-]
Now before this continues i want to say that man is not 100% correct but it certainly was a normal reaction to an assault for an average person
#188 - ANGRYMARINE (06/23/2015) [-]
yes, though he could have handled it better.
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#202 - hairycheeseball (06/23/2015) [-]
True but put yourself in his shoes, its hard to control what you are doing after you get assaulted out of nowhere, he could of been much worse i know i might of been. I respect your opinion and see where you are coming from but I simply don't agree, i would love to continue but lunch is over so i have to go, self defense is usually a grey area and this case is a good example. You have a good day thank you for debating like an adult and not resorting to name calling
#212 - ANGRYMARINE (06/23/2015) [-]
likewise, i try to maintain an open mind and consider the opposing veiw. and i agree he acted in the heat of the moment, which is why i said the charges would have most likely been dropped.

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