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#144 - Me deciding not to have children will not result in massive po…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/18/2015 on "I don't want kids" 0
User avatar #145 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
For you deciding to opt out of children, I already said in >>#115 "every good 'could've been' that you could ever offer, that would also be link to your family, will never be, if you choose to not prolong your particular set of genes." That would be the con. though whether or not you're affected by it is entirely up to you.

No, not that there needs to be more people just for the lulz, but that we need to replenish the ones are will die in the future, by reproducing, and taking the chance of telling the new kids to help our species.

You missed the thing where I said reproducing is the most important thing we can individually contribute to our species.
#128 - Just dropping the population numbers will not solve anything. …  [+] (3 new replies) 07/18/2015 on "I don't want kids" 0
User avatar #135 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
Of course. That's basic economics: less people = less things overall to worry about. The problem is that we can't get there without taking really extreme measures. realistically, the adults alive today are doing whatever they promised themselves to do with their lives. some decided to fix our society, other didn't. They're basically used read-only DVDs, and won't contribute to society anymore if they didn't choose to. That's why it is important to keep reproducing: so that we can teach and indoctrinate as many future generations as possible into fixing our problems as species (not our individual problems(that's our fucking job as individuals)).
and yes 7.3 billion is a lot of fucking people. What can we do? Not reproduce? That's dumb! The moment every person on earth decides to become misanthropic, and not have kids, in the hope of reducing our numbers, there'll a day when every penis and vagina on Earth reaches their expiration date, that's it for it everybody.

no kidding
that's why we to look out after our own species. because the world don't give no shits about us existing
#144 - Blasphemer (07/18/2015) [-]
Me deciding not to have children will not result in massive population decline, not even if 700 million (10%) of people decided to do that collectively. We would still have an increase, only a bit less. So, we are not really effecting the world population increase all that much and there are no harmful effects from me personally opting out of reproduction. Sooo, no cons. 0, none, nada...

From talking with you I could only conclude one thing:
You think that more people in this world is a good thing.

That's it, that's all you give me? Nothing else, that s the only true benefit of reproducing? More people? Is this really it or am I missing something here?
User avatar #145 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
For you deciding to opt out of children, I already said in >>#115 "every good 'could've been' that you could ever offer, that would also be link to your family, will never be, if you choose to not prolong your particular set of genes." That would be the con. though whether or not you're affected by it is entirely up to you.

No, not that there needs to be more people just for the lulz, but that we need to replenish the ones are will die in the future, by reproducing, and taking the chance of telling the new kids to help our species.

You missed the thing where I said reproducing is the most important thing we can individually contribute to our species.
#118 - So, summed up, adding more people just helps? Yeap, g…  [+] (6 new replies) 07/18/2015 on "I don't want kids" 0
User avatar #119 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
Do you really think not reproduction right is going to have an everlasting resolve on the world's issues?
#128 - Blasphemer (07/18/2015) [-]
Just dropping the population numbers will not solve anything. Of course there are other things to be done, improved and resolved. But they are done much easier with smaller group of people. Trying to lead and manage the supplies for 7 billion people I assume is a fuckload more impossible than doing the same with 20 people.

0 people = 0 problems.
The world has no issues, humans do.
User avatar #135 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
Of course. That's basic economics: less people = less things overall to worry about. The problem is that we can't get there without taking really extreme measures. realistically, the adults alive today are doing whatever they promised themselves to do with their lives. some decided to fix our society, other didn't. They're basically used read-only DVDs, and won't contribute to society anymore if they didn't choose to. That's why it is important to keep reproducing: so that we can teach and indoctrinate as many future generations as possible into fixing our problems as species (not our individual problems(that's our fucking job as individuals)).
and yes 7.3 billion is a lot of fucking people. What can we do? Not reproduce? That's dumb! The moment every person on earth decides to become misanthropic, and not have kids, in the hope of reducing our numbers, there'll a day when every penis and vagina on Earth reaches their expiration date, that's it for it everybody.

no kidding
that's why we to look out after our own species. because the world don't give no shits about us existing
#144 - Blasphemer (07/18/2015) [-]
Me deciding not to have children will not result in massive population decline, not even if 700 million (10%) of people decided to do that collectively. We would still have an increase, only a bit less. So, we are not really effecting the world population increase all that much and there are no harmful effects from me personally opting out of reproduction. Sooo, no cons. 0, none, nada...

From talking with you I could only conclude one thing:
You think that more people in this world is a good thing.

That's it, that's all you give me? Nothing else, that s the only true benefit of reproducing? More people? Is this really it or am I missing something here?
User avatar #145 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
For you deciding to opt out of children, I already said in >>#115 "every good 'could've been' that you could ever offer, that would also be link to your family, will never be, if you choose to not prolong your particular set of genes." That would be the con. though whether or not you're affected by it is entirely up to you.

No, not that there needs to be more people just for the lulz, but that we need to replenish the ones are will die in the future, by reproducing, and taking the chance of telling the new kids to help our species.

You missed the thing where I said reproducing is the most important thing we can individually contribute to our species.
User avatar #120 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
right now*
goddamn it
#104 - 1) I have two more brothers, a sister and ******** of c…  [+] (8 new replies) 07/18/2015 on "I don't want kids" 0
User avatar #115 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
1-sure, the responsibility on you is lesser when there are that many back-up offsprings to continue the bloodline, but every good "could've been" that you could ever offer, that would also be link to your family, will never be, if you choose to not prolong your particular set of genes.
2-in the big collective of all humans as species, it is the fact that you did your biological task to reproduce what matters the most. Every goal that you achieved through hard work is a huge and important contribution to yourself, and your immediate peers, but very insignificant to our species. Not to mention that the success of our society is directly dependent on the availability of humans who form that society, and can contribute to it. The bettering of the world and us humans is not dependent on one person, but many. Adding to that force helps a lot.

-because that really is a shitty argument in comparitson
#118 - Blasphemer (07/18/2015) [-]
So, summed up, adding more people just helps?

Yeap, good luck with that one. We can't provide food, energy and all the other fun stuff for 7.3 billion people we have now on the planet, let s just add 2 billion more, that will totally help. I see nothing wrong with that logic.
User avatar #119 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
Do you really think not reproduction right is going to have an everlasting resolve on the world's issues?
#128 - Blasphemer (07/18/2015) [-]
Just dropping the population numbers will not solve anything. Of course there are other things to be done, improved and resolved. But they are done much easier with smaller group of people. Trying to lead and manage the supplies for 7 billion people I assume is a fuckload more impossible than doing the same with 20 people.

0 people = 0 problems.
The world has no issues, humans do.
User avatar #135 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
Of course. That's basic economics: less people = less things overall to worry about. The problem is that we can't get there without taking really extreme measures. realistically, the adults alive today are doing whatever they promised themselves to do with their lives. some decided to fix our society, other didn't. They're basically used read-only DVDs, and won't contribute to society anymore if they didn't choose to. That's why it is important to keep reproducing: so that we can teach and indoctrinate as many future generations as possible into fixing our problems as species (not our individual problems(that's our fucking job as individuals)).
and yes 7.3 billion is a lot of fucking people. What can we do? Not reproduce? That's dumb! The moment every person on earth decides to become misanthropic, and not have kids, in the hope of reducing our numbers, there'll a day when every penis and vagina on Earth reaches their expiration date, that's it for it everybody.

no kidding
that's why we to look out after our own species. because the world don't give no shits about us existing
#144 - Blasphemer (07/18/2015) [-]
Me deciding not to have children will not result in massive population decline, not even if 700 million (10%) of people decided to do that collectively. We would still have an increase, only a bit less. So, we are not really effecting the world population increase all that much and there are no harmful effects from me personally opting out of reproduction. Sooo, no cons. 0, none, nada...

From talking with you I could only conclude one thing:
You think that more people in this world is a good thing.

That's it, that's all you give me? Nothing else, that s the only true benefit of reproducing? More people? Is this really it or am I missing something here?
User avatar #145 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
For you deciding to opt out of children, I already said in >>#115 "every good 'could've been' that you could ever offer, that would also be link to your family, will never be, if you choose to not prolong your particular set of genes." That would be the con. though whether or not you're affected by it is entirely up to you.

No, not that there needs to be more people just for the lulz, but that we need to replenish the ones are will die in the future, by reproducing, and taking the chance of telling the new kids to help our species.

You missed the thing where I said reproducing is the most important thing we can individually contribute to our species.
User avatar #120 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
right now*
goddamn it
#97 - Why?  [+] (10 new replies) 07/18/2015 on "I don't want kids" +1
User avatar #99 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
Your family and ancestors are depending on you to continue their genetic legacy, and in regards to the present and future, it becomes your biggest contribution to humans as society, and as species.
#104 - Blasphemer (07/18/2015) [-]
1) I have two more brothers, a sister and shitload of cousins. (some of them will eventually forget to wear a condom, heck some of them already did)
2) If your biggest contribution to society is to reproduce: Congratulations, you are as worthless as 99.99% of the population. A meat bag, toxic waste that slowly kills environment.

Population number only keeps increasing. This could be a potentially good thing in a future (If we will ever need to launch billion people to the sun for scientific purposes), but currently sounds like a terrible fucking idea since we have so many unresolved issues (poverty, diseases, crime, education,...) and throwing even more people in the mix, hoping that one of them might eventually potentially be the genius that will solve all of our issues Assuming that fate of this world depends on one individual... this isn't exactly a movie, ya know doesn't really seem like the most logical solution.

Ya know what, if you would've said something among the lines of:

"You will never get to feel the love as a parent and his child"

or something like that, I would've understand, and just agree to call it my sacrifice. But giving such a shitty argument is only making me believe that you are a moron.
User avatar #115 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
1-sure, the responsibility on you is lesser when there are that many back-up offsprings to continue the bloodline, but every good "could've been" that you could ever offer, that would also be link to your family, will never be, if you choose to not prolong your particular set of genes.
2-in the big collective of all humans as species, it is the fact that you did your biological task to reproduce what matters the most. Every goal that you achieved through hard work is a huge and important contribution to yourself, and your immediate peers, but very insignificant to our species. Not to mention that the success of our society is directly dependent on the availability of humans who form that society, and can contribute to it. The bettering of the world and us humans is not dependent on one person, but many. Adding to that force helps a lot.

-because that really is a shitty argument in comparitson
#118 - Blasphemer (07/18/2015) [-]
So, summed up, adding more people just helps?

Yeap, good luck with that one. We can't provide food, energy and all the other fun stuff for 7.3 billion people we have now on the planet, let s just add 2 billion more, that will totally help. I see nothing wrong with that logic.
User avatar #119 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
Do you really think not reproduction right is going to have an everlasting resolve on the world's issues?
#128 - Blasphemer (07/18/2015) [-]
Just dropping the population numbers will not solve anything. Of course there are other things to be done, improved and resolved. But they are done much easier with smaller group of people. Trying to lead and manage the supplies for 7 billion people I assume is a fuckload more impossible than doing the same with 20 people.

0 people = 0 problems.
The world has no issues, humans do.
User avatar #135 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
Of course. That's basic economics: less people = less things overall to worry about. The problem is that we can't get there without taking really extreme measures. realistically, the adults alive today are doing whatever they promised themselves to do with their lives. some decided to fix our society, other didn't. They're basically used read-only DVDs, and won't contribute to society anymore if they didn't choose to. That's why it is important to keep reproducing: so that we can teach and indoctrinate as many future generations as possible into fixing our problems as species (not our individual problems(that's our fucking job as individuals)).
and yes 7.3 billion is a lot of fucking people. What can we do? Not reproduce? That's dumb! The moment every person on earth decides to become misanthropic, and not have kids, in the hope of reducing our numbers, there'll a day when every penis and vagina on Earth reaches their expiration date, that's it for it everybody.

no kidding
that's why we to look out after our own species. because the world don't give no shits about us existing
#144 - Blasphemer (07/18/2015) [-]
Me deciding not to have children will not result in massive population decline, not even if 700 million (10%) of people decided to do that collectively. We would still have an increase, only a bit less. So, we are not really effecting the world population increase all that much and there are no harmful effects from me personally opting out of reproduction. Sooo, no cons. 0, none, nada...

From talking with you I could only conclude one thing:
You think that more people in this world is a good thing.

That's it, that's all you give me? Nothing else, that s the only true benefit of reproducing? More people? Is this really it or am I missing something here?
User avatar #145 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
For you deciding to opt out of children, I already said in >>#115 "every good 'could've been' that you could ever offer, that would also be link to your family, will never be, if you choose to not prolong your particular set of genes." That would be the con. though whether or not you're affected by it is entirely up to you.

No, not that there needs to be more people just for the lulz, but that we need to replenish the ones are will die in the future, by reproducing, and taking the chance of telling the new kids to help our species.

You missed the thing where I said reproducing is the most important thing we can individually contribute to our species.
User avatar #120 - whiteoverblue (07/18/2015) [-]
right now*
goddamn it
#70 - It's a piece of **** to work with. 07/18/2015 on History of flash 0
#79 - I prefer strategy games. Enjoy Total War or Civilization serie… 07/17/2015 on mac'n'PC 0
#46 - give it a couple of years till proper emulator comes out...  [+] (2 new replies) 07/17/2015 on mac'n'PC 0
User avatar #68 - mondominiman (07/17/2015) [-]
>years
enjoy Arkham Knight when we have Arkham Squad 6
#79 - Blasphemer (07/17/2015) [-]
I prefer strategy games. Enjoy Total War or Civilization series on consoles... uhm, never. And playing FPS games with joystick is such a joy.

I am merely pointing out that consoles are nothing more but an unfinished PC's with current above average graphic card, HDD and internet connection (Gee I wonder when will PC have those) .
#115 - Marvel = DC They are equally crap 07/17/2015 on DC vs. Marvel 0
#262 - Nah.  [+] (1 new reply) 07/16/2015 on p... master race 0
User avatar #264 - penultimatewriter (07/16/2015) [-]
Yeah.

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#2 - murrlogic (05/21/2015) [-]
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#3 to #2 - Blasphemer (05/22/2015) [-]
Youuu... want a cookie or attention? I am bad at these things...
User avatar #4 to #3 - murrlogic (05/22/2015) [-]
Morning.
#5 to #4 - Blasphemer (05/22/2015) [-]
It's 9pm...
User avatar #6 to #5 - murrlogic (05/22/2015) [-]
Happy whatever the **** your timezone is.
#7 to #6 - Blasphemer (05/22/2015) [-]
Well... Someone got grumpy...
User avatar #8 to #7 - murrlogic (05/22/2015) [-]
Sup?
#9 to #8 - Blasphemer (05/22/2015) [-]
Sitting.... Playing game... Judging people...
User avatar #10 to #9 - murrlogic (05/22/2015) [-]
I'm looking around for people to talk to or draw me things.
#11 to #10 - Blasphemer (05/22/2015) [-]
Well, what you wanna talk about?
User avatar #12 to #11 - murrlogic (05/22/2015) [-]
AMA
#13 to #12 - Blasphemer (05/22/2015) [-]
Aaaaaaaaaaaand I have no idea what that is
User avatar #14 to #13 - murrlogic (05/22/2015) [-]
It means Ask Me Anything.
#15 to #14 - Blasphemer (05/22/2015) [-]
Ooooooooh... So... What caused sudden need to communicate with strangers on the internet?
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