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#95 - Which does happen, but is, I think, a very rare case. Even whe… 17 hours ago on Game Case dıfferences +5
#90 - Sure, they can - and they can also be gender-bent for fun, or …  [+] (4 new replies) 17 hours ago on Game Case dıfferences +26
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#92 - kolpster (17 hours ago) [-]
I get that.

I guess what really annoys me is 'muh sojiny' where characters are made female *just* because the artist doesn't like men
#106 - shatt (15 hours ago) [-]
Fun fact, the artist is a man, he based the characters originally as female versions of the TF2 classes, as a lover for the male classes but the male classes lost popularity as he moved the comic on from doing just TF2 comics to almost all games he played. The artist himself is shown as a purple tentacle nerfnow.com
#107 - shatt (15 hours ago) [-]
at least that was what i gathered
#95 - Aftershock (17 hours ago) [-]
Which does happen, but is, I think, a very rare case. Even when it's for a feminist cause or because the artist thinks women need more representation, it's not necessarily man-hating. Someone can like men or even be a man themselves and still be of the opinion that men and women are often depicted in unfairly different ways in pop culture.
#87 - Why do they have to be male Why does it matter?  [+] (6 new replies) 17 hours ago on Game Case dıfferences +30
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#89 - kolpster (17 hours ago) [-]
Because the characters are originally male?
Can't they just stay that way?
#90 - Aftershock (17 hours ago) [-]
Sure, they can - and they can also be gender-bent for fun, or because someone likes seeing more characters more directly relatable to themselves. I don't think it really matters, especially in a cute little comic like this where it's not about some political point anyway.
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#92 - kolpster (17 hours ago) [-]
I get that.

I guess what really annoys me is 'muh sojiny' where characters are made female *just* because the artist doesn't like men
#106 - shatt (15 hours ago) [-]
Fun fact, the artist is a man, he based the characters originally as female versions of the TF2 classes, as a lover for the male classes but the male classes lost popularity as he moved the comic on from doing just TF2 comics to almost all games he played. The artist himself is shown as a purple tentacle nerfnow.com
#107 - shatt (15 hours ago) [-]
at least that was what i gathered
#95 - Aftershock (17 hours ago) [-]
Which does happen, but is, I think, a very rare case. Even when it's for a feminist cause or because the artist thinks women need more representation, it's not necessarily man-hating. Someone can like men or even be a man themselves and still be of the opinion that men and women are often depicted in unfairly different ways in pop culture.
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#171 - Don't worry, this is a very broad subject to discuss. Even per…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/08/2016 on Warriors for Justice of the... 0
#172 - infinitereaper (04/08/2016) [-]
I make no such distinction. If I do have children, I expect them to at the very least, suit our family's needs. I've thought about this. A life time, two, three. Why should the future belong to anyone else? Why should we, have to live, as... sacrifices? The way I see it. Those of us, who are wiling to sacrifice have the best shot of obtaining it.

After all. From what I can tell and have gathered, there are already big players on the field. Wealthy beyond measure. They're hording research. They're hording technology. They aim to steal immortality from us, and, of course, take over. I can't prove any of this. It's just a feeling I have. This is what my intuition tells me.

Whether or not I have children is irrelevant. I'm willing to accept a life of solitude if it means achieving transcendence. I'm willing to sacrifice anything. Because I want it more than anything. No matter the cost. What is one life time? What is a one or several life times? in the face of eternity?

I'm filled with... envy. The greatest obstacle in my path is a superior mind. My brain disorder has kept me from so many things. I hate... everything. My greatest love is economics, but the math, the numbers... I can't focus. Right now it's all about finding something like NZT. for me, that probably means stimulants. Part of me wonders if my true IQ is higher than I thought, merely suppressed by my condition. Cherish your gifts. Make use of them.

Worthy? No. Everything fades. Everything dies. Everything returns to the void.
Yet we are voids. We filled ourselves. But it isn't enough, is it?
You're studying nano technology. And we need nano machines.
Be it you or I, it hardly matters in the face of a singularity. We should all become one.
Or at the very least become a hive mind. Individuality, collective conciseness.
The best of both worlds.

It isn't likely.
But it's the only chance we have.
To escape these strings. To become free.
Build those machines. Do what you can. I will as well.

I'll leave you with a quote:
"There is no path. Beyond the scope of light, beyond the reach of dark... what could possibly await us? And yet we seek it, insatiably. Such is our fate.".
#169 - What I mean is that nothing is inherently 'meaningful'. Meanin…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/07/2016 on Warriors for Justice of the... 0
#170 - infinitereaper (04/07/2016) [-]
Well I'm drunk right now but I'll try to answer this the best I can.
See, humanity is a fucking mess. And nobody listens no matter how much you tell the truth. See, because of mortality, the up incoming threat of death, everything we do, is meaningless. So what greater goal is there, then, immorality? To achieve such a feat is the forefront of human progress. More so than that, is biotech, the merging of man and machine. Transhumanism as it were. I care so much because, I want my name, perhaps even, myself to to live on. Literally. Metaphorically. Whatever.

I mean I get your point. That being said, I come from nothing. For my kids I want everything. I want them to inherent my burning desire. For progress. Evolution. Transcendence.

You sound like you've picked a fantatsic field. Something I hope my kids follow. You know, I'm nto every intelligent, I couldn't do what you do. So I focus my efforts in economics. Despite my ADHD and, lack of genetic talent. I want to build an empire, becuase I see humanity, well hm. Let me put it this way. I don't believe in humanity. I believe in our potential.

I'll tell you. My goal is to achieve the singularity. To be the mind that survives. The first perhaps. I want to lead humanity to a new era. I dont' want to die. I am human. But I can be so much more. I want to be so much more. I need to be, so much more. I want to understand and know all. I don't want, to die.

I'm drunk as hell right now, but, understand where I"m coming from. Humanity, sentient life. For what purpose are we born, than to become the gods we dreamed of? There is no god, but WE can become god. There is no afterlife, but WE can create one. A hivemind can unify the species. And we can spread to the stars. The current world, is on a path to self destruction and dystopia.

I want a legacy, because I am a void.
And I seek infinity.
#171 - Aftershock (04/08/2016) [-]
Don't worry, this is a very broad subject to discuss. Even perfectly sober, I'll probably ramble here or there.

It's noble to want everything for your kids, but I think you need to balance and distinguish between your own desires and what's best for them. They might not have the aptitude to pursue such a thing, or may not care for it.

Try to instill a strong work ethic and a deep moral fibre, teach them empathy, confidence and humility. Encourage them to pursue what you think is worthy, but so long as they are good people support whatever passions they wish to pursue. Life is short, and even with all the ambition and intelligence in the world transcendence is still a very slim possibility for them to spend their life grinding down a path they don't find rewarding.

Thank you. But y'know what? There are subjects I have to study as part of my degree that I hate. Bio subjects mainly, I'm more physics oriented. No matter the potential in that path, no matter what great advances are possible, I could never have a fulfilling life with a career focused towards one of those subjects. They don't play to my strengths and the minutia bores me to tears. For some people, that applies to the entire academic world. They have no taste for math, or writing any reports or papers. That doesn't mean they can't build a legacy. They can still touch millions as artists, inspire great emotion and wonder as performers. Hell, I'm going to try my hand at writing. If I thought I could have a successful career as an author I probably would drop out of uni to pursue that.

Even if they don't build a huge, imperial legacy, so what? It doesn't mean they can't bring meaning to a small handful of people, and dearly improve their lives. Their legacy may be in the hearts and minds of those whose lives they've touched personally. Isn't that worthy?

Personally, the idea of becoming void terrifies me. If I discovered a way to immortality, I'd bloody well take it. There would be all sorts of issues with it, even more so if you were considering making it widely available, but I'd cross those bridges when I got to them. I want the option not to die. However, that's not bloody likely. That's something I have to accept. It's important to learn to lead a good and worthwhile life knowing you might die at any moment, or may live into your hundreds. Perhaps, only perhaps, even further.
#172 - infinitereaper (04/08/2016) [-]
I make no such distinction. If I do have children, I expect them to at the very least, suit our family's needs. I've thought about this. A life time, two, three. Why should the future belong to anyone else? Why should we, have to live, as... sacrifices? The way I see it. Those of us, who are wiling to sacrifice have the best shot of obtaining it.

After all. From what I can tell and have gathered, there are already big players on the field. Wealthy beyond measure. They're hording research. They're hording technology. They aim to steal immortality from us, and, of course, take over. I can't prove any of this. It's just a feeling I have. This is what my intuition tells me.

Whether or not I have children is irrelevant. I'm willing to accept a life of solitude if it means achieving transcendence. I'm willing to sacrifice anything. Because I want it more than anything. No matter the cost. What is one life time? What is a one or several life times? in the face of eternity?

I'm filled with... envy. The greatest obstacle in my path is a superior mind. My brain disorder has kept me from so many things. I hate... everything. My greatest love is economics, but the math, the numbers... I can't focus. Right now it's all about finding something like NZT. for me, that probably means stimulants. Part of me wonders if my true IQ is higher than I thought, merely suppressed by my condition. Cherish your gifts. Make use of them.

Worthy? No. Everything fades. Everything dies. Everything returns to the void.
Yet we are voids. We filled ourselves. But it isn't enough, is it?
You're studying nano technology. And we need nano machines.
Be it you or I, it hardly matters in the face of a singularity. We should all become one.
Or at the very least become a hive mind. Individuality, collective conciseness.
The best of both worlds.

It isn't likely.
But it's the only chance we have.
To escape these strings. To become free.
Build those machines. Do what you can. I will as well.

I'll leave you with a quote:
"There is no path. Beyond the scope of light, beyond the reach of dark... what could possibly await us? And yet we seek it, insatiably. Such is our fate.".
#167 - Everything's meaningless. What if the kid's not book-smart? Or…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/07/2016 on Warriors for Justice of the... 0
#168 - infinitereaper (04/07/2016) [-]
You're right, everything is mealiness, unless we can change that.
But we'll need money, and we'll need science. We'll need time.

What most people don't realize is that if you actually raise your children from the ground up you can direct them in lots of ways. There is much glory in the universe and much power in wealth. I'm sure if I show them that they'll warm up to the idea of things like ambition, curiosity, knowledge, and a lust for power. If not. Well... I could always have more kids I guess. As long as our legacy lives on.
#169 - Aftershock (04/07/2016) [-]
What I mean is that nothing is inherently 'meaningful'. Meaning is something we assign things. You say dance is meaningless, but to many wealth, power and legacy for their own sake are meaningless. The sciences are fascinating, and they can radically change they way we live, but without the arts what's the point? As Stephen Fry said:

“It is the useless things that make life worth living and that make life dangerous too: wine, love, art, beauty. Without them life is safe, but not worth bothering with.”

Mind you, I'm not saying this as some starving artist in defence of his own degree. I'm studying science and nanotechnology.

You can do a lot to direct them, but there are many, many variables beyond your control too. Pushing a kid towards these things may well turn them away. Ambition and curiosity might translate to a drive to become a top-level dancer rather than a scientist or businessman.

I'm interested that you're so intent on legacy. What draws you so to power? Is it a humanitarian angle, in that you hope to have the ability to better the world? Or is it a desire for respect and fame? Simply to feel powerful? How are you pursuing it?
#170 - infinitereaper (04/07/2016) [-]
Well I'm drunk right now but I'll try to answer this the best I can.
See, humanity is a fucking mess. And nobody listens no matter how much you tell the truth. See, because of mortality, the up incoming threat of death, everything we do, is meaningless. So what greater goal is there, then, immorality? To achieve such a feat is the forefront of human progress. More so than that, is biotech, the merging of man and machine. Transhumanism as it were. I care so much because, I want my name, perhaps even, myself to to live on. Literally. Metaphorically. Whatever.

I mean I get your point. That being said, I come from nothing. For my kids I want everything. I want them to inherent my burning desire. For progress. Evolution. Transcendence.

You sound like you've picked a fantatsic field. Something I hope my kids follow. You know, I'm nto every intelligent, I couldn't do what you do. So I focus my efforts in economics. Despite my ADHD and, lack of genetic talent. I want to build an empire, becuase I see humanity, well hm. Let me put it this way. I don't believe in humanity. I believe in our potential.

I'll tell you. My goal is to achieve the singularity. To be the mind that survives. The first perhaps. I want to lead humanity to a new era. I dont' want to die. I am human. But I can be so much more. I want to be so much more. I need to be, so much more. I want to understand and know all. I don't want, to die.

I'm drunk as hell right now, but, understand where I"m coming from. Humanity, sentient life. For what purpose are we born, than to become the gods we dreamed of? There is no god, but WE can become god. There is no afterlife, but WE can create one. A hivemind can unify the species. And we can spread to the stars. The current world, is on a path to self destruction and dystopia.

I want a legacy, because I am a void.
And I seek infinity.
#171 - Aftershock (04/08/2016) [-]
Don't worry, this is a very broad subject to discuss. Even perfectly sober, I'll probably ramble here or there.

It's noble to want everything for your kids, but I think you need to balance and distinguish between your own desires and what's best for them. They might not have the aptitude to pursue such a thing, or may not care for it.

Try to instill a strong work ethic and a deep moral fibre, teach them empathy, confidence and humility. Encourage them to pursue what you think is worthy, but so long as they are good people support whatever passions they wish to pursue. Life is short, and even with all the ambition and intelligence in the world transcendence is still a very slim possibility for them to spend their life grinding down a path they don't find rewarding.

Thank you. But y'know what? There are subjects I have to study as part of my degree that I hate. Bio subjects mainly, I'm more physics oriented. No matter the potential in that path, no matter what great advances are possible, I could never have a fulfilling life with a career focused towards one of those subjects. They don't play to my strengths and the minutia bores me to tears. For some people, that applies to the entire academic world. They have no taste for math, or writing any reports or papers. That doesn't mean they can't build a legacy. They can still touch millions as artists, inspire great emotion and wonder as performers. Hell, I'm going to try my hand at writing. If I thought I could have a successful career as an author I probably would drop out of uni to pursue that.

Even if they don't build a huge, imperial legacy, so what? It doesn't mean they can't bring meaning to a small handful of people, and dearly improve their lives. Their legacy may be in the hearts and minds of those whose lives they've touched personally. Isn't that worthy?

Personally, the idea of becoming void terrifies me. If I discovered a way to immortality, I'd bloody well take it. There would be all sorts of issues with it, even more so if you were considering making it widely available, but I'd cross those bridges when I got to them. I want the option not to die. However, that's not bloody likely. That's something I have to accept. It's important to learn to lead a good and worthwhile life knowing you might die at any moment, or may live into your hundreds. Perhaps, only perhaps, even further.
#172 - infinitereaper (04/08/2016) [-]
I make no such distinction. If I do have children, I expect them to at the very least, suit our family's needs. I've thought about this. A life time, two, three. Why should the future belong to anyone else? Why should we, have to live, as... sacrifices? The way I see it. Those of us, who are wiling to sacrifice have the best shot of obtaining it.

After all. From what I can tell and have gathered, there are already big players on the field. Wealthy beyond measure. They're hording research. They're hording technology. They aim to steal immortality from us, and, of course, take over. I can't prove any of this. It's just a feeling I have. This is what my intuition tells me.

Whether or not I have children is irrelevant. I'm willing to accept a life of solitude if it means achieving transcendence. I'm willing to sacrifice anything. Because I want it more than anything. No matter the cost. What is one life time? What is a one or several life times? in the face of eternity?

I'm filled with... envy. The greatest obstacle in my path is a superior mind. My brain disorder has kept me from so many things. I hate... everything. My greatest love is economics, but the math, the numbers... I can't focus. Right now it's all about finding something like NZT. for me, that probably means stimulants. Part of me wonders if my true IQ is higher than I thought, merely suppressed by my condition. Cherish your gifts. Make use of them.

Worthy? No. Everything fades. Everything dies. Everything returns to the void.
Yet we are voids. We filled ourselves. But it isn't enough, is it?
You're studying nano technology. And we need nano machines.
Be it you or I, it hardly matters in the face of a singularity. We should all become one.
Or at the very least become a hive mind. Individuality, collective conciseness.
The best of both worlds.

It isn't likely.
But it's the only chance we have.
To escape these strings. To become free.
Build those machines. Do what you can. I will as well.

I'll leave you with a quote:
"There is no path. Beyond the scope of light, beyond the reach of dark... what could possibly await us? And yet we seek it, insatiably. Such is our fate.".
#165 - Again, kids bully each other for all kinds of stupid **** when…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/07/2016 on Warriors for Justice of the... 0
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#166 - infinitereaper (04/07/2016) [-]
No. But not because it's gay. Because it's meaningless. I want to build an empire. A relevant bloodline. We'll need scientists and business genius.
#167 - Aftershock (04/07/2016) [-]
Everything's meaningless. What if the kid's not book-smart? Or what if they are, but they don't like those subjects?
#168 - infinitereaper (04/07/2016) [-]
You're right, everything is mealiness, unless we can change that.
But we'll need money, and we'll need science. We'll need time.

What most people don't realize is that if you actually raise your children from the ground up you can direct them in lots of ways. There is much glory in the universe and much power in wealth. I'm sure if I show them that they'll warm up to the idea of things like ambition, curiosity, knowledge, and a lust for power. If not. Well... I could always have more kids I guess. As long as our legacy lives on.
#169 - Aftershock (04/07/2016) [-]
What I mean is that nothing is inherently 'meaningful'. Meaning is something we assign things. You say dance is meaningless, but to many wealth, power and legacy for their own sake are meaningless. The sciences are fascinating, and they can radically change they way we live, but without the arts what's the point? As Stephen Fry said:

“It is the useless things that make life worth living and that make life dangerous too: wine, love, art, beauty. Without them life is safe, but not worth bothering with.”

Mind you, I'm not saying this as some starving artist in defence of his own degree. I'm studying science and nanotechnology.

You can do a lot to direct them, but there are many, many variables beyond your control too. Pushing a kid towards these things may well turn them away. Ambition and curiosity might translate to a drive to become a top-level dancer rather than a scientist or businessman.

I'm interested that you're so intent on legacy. What draws you so to power? Is it a humanitarian angle, in that you hope to have the ability to better the world? Or is it a desire for respect and fame? Simply to feel powerful? How are you pursuing it?
#170 - infinitereaper (04/07/2016) [-]
Well I'm drunk right now but I'll try to answer this the best I can.
See, humanity is a fucking mess. And nobody listens no matter how much you tell the truth. See, because of mortality, the up incoming threat of death, everything we do, is meaningless. So what greater goal is there, then, immorality? To achieve such a feat is the forefront of human progress. More so than that, is biotech, the merging of man and machine. Transhumanism as it were. I care so much because, I want my name, perhaps even, myself to to live on. Literally. Metaphorically. Whatever.

I mean I get your point. That being said, I come from nothing. For my kids I want everything. I want them to inherent my burning desire. For progress. Evolution. Transcendence.

You sound like you've picked a fantatsic field. Something I hope my kids follow. You know, I'm nto every intelligent, I couldn't do what you do. So I focus my efforts in economics. Despite my ADHD and, lack of genetic talent. I want to build an empire, becuase I see humanity, well hm. Let me put it this way. I don't believe in humanity. I believe in our potential.

I'll tell you. My goal is to achieve the singularity. To be the mind that survives. The first perhaps. I want to lead humanity to a new era. I dont' want to die. I am human. But I can be so much more. I want to be so much more. I need to be, so much more. I want to understand and know all. I don't want, to die.

I'm drunk as hell right now, but, understand where I"m coming from. Humanity, sentient life. For what purpose are we born, than to become the gods we dreamed of? There is no god, but WE can become god. There is no afterlife, but WE can create one. A hivemind can unify the species. And we can spread to the stars. The current world, is on a path to self destruction and dystopia.

I want a legacy, because I am a void.
And I seek infinity.
#171 - Aftershock (04/08/2016) [-]
Don't worry, this is a very broad subject to discuss. Even perfectly sober, I'll probably ramble here or there.

It's noble to want everything for your kids, but I think you need to balance and distinguish between your own desires and what's best for them. They might not have the aptitude to pursue such a thing, or may not care for it.

Try to instill a strong work ethic and a deep moral fibre, teach them empathy, confidence and humility. Encourage them to pursue what you think is worthy, but so long as they are good people support whatever passions they wish to pursue. Life is short, and even with all the ambition and intelligence in the world transcendence is still a very slim possibility for them to spend their life grinding down a path they don't find rewarding.

Thank you. But y'know what? There are subjects I have to study as part of my degree that I hate. Bio subjects mainly, I'm more physics oriented. No matter the potential in that path, no matter what great advances are possible, I could never have a fulfilling life with a career focused towards one of those subjects. They don't play to my strengths and the minutia bores me to tears. For some people, that applies to the entire academic world. They have no taste for math, or writing any reports or papers. That doesn't mean they can't build a legacy. They can still touch millions as artists, inspire great emotion and wonder as performers. Hell, I'm going to try my hand at writing. If I thought I could have a successful career as an author I probably would drop out of uni to pursue that.

Even if they don't build a huge, imperial legacy, so what? It doesn't mean they can't bring meaning to a small handful of people, and dearly improve their lives. Their legacy may be in the hearts and minds of those whose lives they've touched personally. Isn't that worthy?

Personally, the idea of becoming void terrifies me. If I discovered a way to immortality, I'd bloody well take it. There would be all sorts of issues with it, even more so if you were considering making it widely available, but I'd cross those bridges when I got to them. I want the option not to die. However, that's not bloody likely. That's something I have to accept. It's important to learn to lead a good and worthwhile life knowing you might die at any moment, or may live into your hundreds. Perhaps, only perhaps, even further.
#172 - infinitereaper (04/08/2016) [-]
I make no such distinction. If I do have children, I expect them to at the very least, suit our family's needs. I've thought about this. A life time, two, three. Why should the future belong to anyone else? Why should we, have to live, as... sacrifices? The way I see it. Those of us, who are wiling to sacrifice have the best shot of obtaining it.

After all. From what I can tell and have gathered, there are already big players on the field. Wealthy beyond measure. They're hording research. They're hording technology. They aim to steal immortality from us, and, of course, take over. I can't prove any of this. It's just a feeling I have. This is what my intuition tells me.

Whether or not I have children is irrelevant. I'm willing to accept a life of solitude if it means achieving transcendence. I'm willing to sacrifice anything. Because I want it more than anything. No matter the cost. What is one life time? What is a one or several life times? in the face of eternity?

I'm filled with... envy. The greatest obstacle in my path is a superior mind. My brain disorder has kept me from so many things. I hate... everything. My greatest love is economics, but the math, the numbers... I can't focus. Right now it's all about finding something like NZT. for me, that probably means stimulants. Part of me wonders if my true IQ is higher than I thought, merely suppressed by my condition. Cherish your gifts. Make use of them.

Worthy? No. Everything fades. Everything dies. Everything returns to the void.
Yet we are voids. We filled ourselves. But it isn't enough, is it?
You're studying nano technology. And we need nano machines.
Be it you or I, it hardly matters in the face of a singularity. We should all become one.
Or at the very least become a hive mind. Individuality, collective conciseness.
The best of both worlds.

It isn't likely.
But it's the only chance we have.
To escape these strings. To become free.
Build those machines. Do what you can. I will as well.

I'll leave you with a quote:
"There is no path. Beyond the scope of light, beyond the reach of dark... what could possibly await us? And yet we seek it, insatiably. Such is our fate.".
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