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#109 - Sounds like awesome money, but I would think that I'd begin to…  [+] (15 new replies) 01/17/2014 on Those feels 0
User avatar #117 - agrofenlas (01/17/2014) [-]
When I'm not looking for work, or on a date, thats about all I do.
Lay around in bed.
User avatar #119 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
I guess they chose a good candidate then. Are they going to be using you to try and test methods to prevent muscle degradation, bed sores, or...?

Also, how do you manage to get dates if you're in bed all the time? I spend most of my time out of the house and I still don't get many.

Maybe I'm just a little bitter.
User avatar #123 - agrofenlas (01/17/2014) [-]
All I know is they are going to be testing their lab rats ( me ) on the effects of being bed ridden.

Ince a week I go out on jogs for close to 12 miles there, to places like tea houses, downtown, some of my favorite waterfront spots.

Don't be, most the women I meet are average and I strike out about 2/3 times because they already have boyfriends.
User avatar #128 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Interesting. Good luck with that, friend.

I'll be ok, thanks. I strike out most of the time too. Just keep trying, I guess.

It's actually because women only care about abs and pecs and don't want a real niceguy gentleman like me!!!

*Tips fedora*
User avatar #132 - agrofenlas (01/17/2014) [-]
...I'm sorry, but you need to be more like me. I'm a skinny fucker, but I can still get women.

Trade secret: Take small steps, compliment -> tip -> Flirt, make your move, disregard their first advance, move in for the kill. Thats worked for me so far, I've got a date today because of it.
User avatar #135 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Can't tell if you knew I was being sarcastic with my fedora neckbeard stuff or not. Congrats on your date today though.

I tend to use a similar strategy, but I don't do the "disregard advances" part.

People tell me I'd have more success with women if I played a little harder to get.

Can't seem to do that though. Just feels way too dishonest. I don't act desperate or anything, but I am really just unable to play hard to get without convincing the girl that I'm not interested at all, it seems.

I also don't try for as many girls as I used to. I dated a bipolar/crazy girl for a year. That was a nightmare.

Sorry for the life story.

Hope you enjoyed reading all these spoilers.

User avatar #136 - agrofenlas (01/17/2014) [-]
Fucking love the spoilers.

If you played harder, guaranteed, you'd get them.
Women love hard to get, makes them try harder.


I love watching them squirm. I guess its just me.
#144 - xrayfishx (01/17/2014) [-]
Inb4 women going "shutupshutupshutupyouknownothingaboutus"
User avatar #147 - agrofenlas (01/17/2014) [-]
K.
User avatar #139 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
I guess I'll need to look up a guide online for properly playing hard to get.

Pretty pathetic, I know.

It makes me feel dirty inside.
User avatar #141 - agrofenlas (01/17/2014) [-]
>Look up online...
>I learned by doing.

Just strike out until you find something that works, it'll make it feel much more rewarding.
User avatar #143 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Trust me, I've struck out a decent number of times.

Only tried hard to get once though.

She ended up dating someone else because she thought I was uninterested.

I dun' goofed.

That's why I need theory before I can practice.
User avatar #145 - agrofenlas (01/17/2014) [-]
Theory: smug smile, pretend to look at something distant, turn back, say something relevant but semi obscure to the conversation.

Coffee shops, buses, museums, colleges are the best...

Sounds to me like you need to flirt more so she knows what you want honestly.
User avatar #149 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Thanks, man.

I'll keep on trying.

Even the smallest target can still be hit if you shoot at it enough times, right?
User avatar #150 - agrofenlas (01/17/2014) [-]
Sort of

compliments =/= flirts

Something you wouldn't say to a friend, something more... That's flirting.
#108 - Picture 01/17/2014 on Those feels +6
#436 - I can respect some of his smart political maneuvering, sure. …  [+] (2 new replies) 01/17/2014 on That religious love +1
#444 - rebornpooper (01/17/2014) [-]
This is why the Multiverse is comforting to believe in.
User avatar #446 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Indeed. Comforting, but mind-boggling.

#434 - Also, I didn't call you the "pooper guy" to be an as… 01/17/2014 on That religious love 0
#433 - Well, I'm sure you can see the logic behind parents passing al…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/17/2014 on That religious love 0
User avatar #438 - rebornpooper (01/17/2014) [-]
That still doesn't answer my void for all religious identification origins (only by asserting that conversion doesn't occur could it), but I'll read them on my own time.
User avatar #441 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Apologies if I misunderstood your question. I'm not sure what you mean by "void for all religious identification origins". I had thought you just wanted me to source my claim that on average, religious people had been brought up to believe in their particular religion since their childhoods. (I.e. their whole lives)
User avatar #443 - rebornpooper (01/17/2014) [-]
I will not argue further unless I could present the amount of indoctrinates vs heritage. I'm honestly too busy with other matters at the moment to search for the number and relation (to verify how "average" the relation between the two is) at the moment.
User avatar #445 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Ok. That decision is yours to make. I'm still confused as to what you were asking me to source, though. ("void for all religious identification origins")

I can tell you that people are more likely than not to take their parents' religion. That's what the sources I cited said as well. And if you think about it, religious parents tend to take their children to Church/Mosque/Synagogue, so it would definitely look like more than just simple correlation.
#429 - *Your country 01/17/2014 on That religious love 0
#428 - Ok, quick couple notes before my implications start: …  [+] (4 new replies) 01/17/2014 on That religious love 0
User avatar #435 - rebornpooper (01/17/2014) [-]
Considering how long that such few countries held off the other major powers of the world (not including the United States, but the US could be considered an outlier, and Russia, which held was lost due to pride, but nobody's perfect), especially after losing one World War already, there's still a merit of respect.

Yeah, I'll give you that he fucked up on the east front, but the western countries that he faced against had a lot of bragging rights for the Nazi's.

Plus, that art skill.
User avatar #436 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
I can respect some of his smart political maneuvering, sure. Mostly in the 30s I can also respect the military genius of many of Hitler's underlings, but I can't respect the man himself. I simply can't respect someone who murdered so many people just because of his dogmatism. I feel the exact same way about Himmler.

Imagine that parallel universe where Hitler became an artist and people refer to him in the same context as Van Gough, Dali, Picasso, and Monet.... Huh.
#444 - rebornpooper (01/17/2014) [-]
This is why the Multiverse is comforting to believe in.
User avatar #446 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Indeed. Comforting, but mind-boggling.

#423 - Just a suggestion from a fellow Atheist, if you try to think o…  [+] (8 new replies) 01/17/2014 on That religious love 0
User avatar #430 - thebritishguy (01/17/2014) [-]
I don't take these very seriously, particularly when people get personal.

I'm not necessarily trying to change their minds, I just find it interesting why people believe in things and how they react to skeptics.

It seems I'm getting it back on track now with op though. Thanks.
User avatar #426 - rebornpooper (01/17/2014) [-]
"but that pooper guy seems to think you're a dick"
It's not that I don't like him to the point where I'm going to dismiss anything he says, it's that I don't really expect anything from british, having argued with him numerous times, outside of moral pleading.

"have been taught to live a certain way their whole lives"
Care to show evidence for that huge claim outside of inductive reasoning, or is this little more than a stereotype? I ask this not out of rhetoric, but for clarification.
User avatar #434 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Also, I didn't call you the "pooper guy" to be an ass, I just kinda wanted to say "pooper guy"

Gotta have my fun.

i'm sorry.
User avatar #433 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Well, I'm sure you can see the logic behind parents passing along their beliefs to their children, but i'd be happy to provide a source or two as well.

1xford Amnesty Lecture, 1997. Published as Nicholas Humphrey, 1998, “What shall we tell
the children?”, Social Research, 65, 777-805 (Provides descriptions of the common religious household, the indoctrination of children therein, and the problems implied therewith. Link Below)

www.humphrey.org.uk/papers/1998WhatShallWeTell.pdf

2:" Families and Faith: How Religion is Passed Down across Generations"

Vern L. Bengtson, With Norella M. Putney, and Susan Harris (This one is a book, so I can't link you to the study itself. It contains one of the largest multi-decade studies of the trend of religion being passed on over 3+ generations. What i can link you to however, is an interview with the author, where he describes some of his findings, including the fact that even Atheist belief tends to pass down from parent to child.)



User avatar #438 - rebornpooper (01/17/2014) [-]
That still doesn't answer my void for all religious identification origins (only by asserting that conversion doesn't occur could it), but I'll read them on my own time.
User avatar #441 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Apologies if I misunderstood your question. I'm not sure what you mean by "void for all religious identification origins". I had thought you just wanted me to source my claim that on average, religious people had been brought up to believe in their particular religion since their childhoods. (I.e. their whole lives)
User avatar #443 - rebornpooper (01/17/2014) [-]
I will not argue further unless I could present the amount of indoctrinates vs heritage. I'm honestly too busy with other matters at the moment to search for the number and relation (to verify how "average" the relation between the two is) at the moment.
User avatar #445 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Ok. That decision is yours to make. I'm still confused as to what you were asking me to source, though. ("void for all religious identification origins")

I can tell you that people are more likely than not to take their parents' religion. That's what the sources I cited said as well. And if you think about it, religious parents tend to take their children to Church/Mosque/Synagogue, so it would definitely look like more than just simple correlation.
#419 - >Implying that unifying a country and then starting a war t…  [+] (7 new replies) 01/17/2014 on That religious love 0
User avatar #422 - rebornpooper (01/17/2014) [-]
Considering that he took a ruined country and almost took over the world with it by employing careful political allegiances and scientific military funding, yeah, it's still impressive.
>Implying that unifying Germany into Nazi Germany wasn't successful during the war effort

Considering again that he didn't read the Art of War or build his strategy out of frontal assault, as far as he got as an invader still merits something. There's quite a few terminologies for it. MtG players call that Aggro.

>Implying that using political manipulation to rise and unify a country doesn't merit respect, and that metaphorically pissing all over the Treaty of Versailles isn't anything less than patriotic orgasm
>Implying Hitler had religious views other than deism
User avatar #429 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
*Your country
User avatar #428 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Ok, quick couple notes before my implications start:

First: Yeah, The Nazis' scientific advancements were pretty good, I'll give you that.

Second: I wasn't trying to say that Hitler killed people because of his views/heritage, I was trying to say that he killed people for their views/heritage. Jews

Third: Yeah, patriotic orgasm was a pretty good way to describe it. At least until 1945 i'll give you that as well.

>Implying that having you're country unified while getting wrecked and raped byt the Allies and Soviets counts as success.

>Implying that Hitler created the Blitzkrieg tactics (Heinz Guderian basically wrote tha manual on what we refer to as "Blitzkrieg")

"as an invader still merits something"

"Careful allegiences"

>Operation Barbarossa.

>War on two fronts and against the Soviet zerg rush

>He dun' goofed.
User avatar #435 - rebornpooper (01/17/2014) [-]
Considering how long that such few countries held off the other major powers of the world (not including the United States, but the US could be considered an outlier, and Russia, which held was lost due to pride, but nobody's perfect), especially after losing one World War already, there's still a merit of respect.

Yeah, I'll give you that he fucked up on the east front, but the western countries that he faced against had a lot of bragging rights for the Nazi's.

Plus, that art skill.
User avatar #436 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
I can respect some of his smart political maneuvering, sure. Mostly in the 30s I can also respect the military genius of many of Hitler's underlings, but I can't respect the man himself. I simply can't respect someone who murdered so many people just because of his dogmatism. I feel the exact same way about Himmler.

Imagine that parallel universe where Hitler became an artist and people refer to him in the same context as Van Gough, Dali, Picasso, and Monet.... Huh.
#444 - rebornpooper (01/17/2014) [-]
This is why the Multiverse is comforting to believe in.
User avatar #446 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Indeed. Comforting, but mind-boggling.

#409 - Not a problem, my friend. Did your read the original Greek or …  [+] (4 new replies) 01/17/2014 on That religious love 0
#437 - redbannerman (01/17/2014) [-]
A copy of the original languages, Hebrew for Old testament and Greek for New. Finding Sheol is in the Old testament and refers to a complete separation from God and is falsely translated into hell. Sheol had two compartments, one for the Jews and one for the others... When Jesus did his thing the compartment of the Hebrew people was no more and those who inhabited it were paragoned to paradise while the folks in the ever expanding second compartment of Sheol await the white-throne judgment to determine their eventual destination thus implying a second chance.
User avatar #439 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Ahh yes, I understand what you're saying now. I've read about Sheol. There's still quite a bit of debate in the theological community surrounding the various possible meanings if I'm not mistaken. My dad actually hold a very similar belief about an afterlife.
#440 - redbannerman (01/17/2014) [-]
Aww, and I wanted to teach someone something new... Damblit.
User avatar #442 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
I'm sorry if I made myself out to be a know-it-all. I had read about Sheol, but your explanation, especially about there being two separate compartments, one of which is no more, actually made it a lot clearer for me. I had previously pictured more of a "segregated purgatory" if you will. Thank you for clearing that up.
#404 - In some ways, yes. Imagine a Vulcan who was incredibly prone t… 01/17/2014 on That religious love 0
#402 - Also, if you wanted some examples of his "failure to reco… 01/17/2014 on That religious love 0
#385 - I can't say from my own personal experience, but my father has…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/17/2014 on That religious love 0
#390 - skubasteve (01/17/2014) [-]
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So what your telling me is he was a vulcan.
User avatar #404 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
In some ways, yes. Imagine a Vulcan who was incredibly prone to embarrassing himself, but not knowing exactly why he was embarrassed.
#375 - I'm curious from a scholarly point of view; which original tex…  [+] (6 new replies) 01/17/2014 on That religious love 0
#388 - redbannerman (01/17/2014) [-]
Let me reiterate, then. By "original texts" I meant the Original language. Forgive me for being a tad hard to understand. I often forget I'm inside my own head.
User avatar #409 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Not a problem, my friend. Did your read the original Greek or Hebrew? Was it one of the old manuscripts, a copy of the manuscripts, or a contemporary, but still in the original language?

I just kind of have a thing for archaeology, history, and language.
#437 - redbannerman (01/17/2014) [-]
A copy of the original languages, Hebrew for Old testament and Greek for New. Finding Sheol is in the Old testament and refers to a complete separation from God and is falsely translated into hell. Sheol had two compartments, one for the Jews and one for the others... When Jesus did his thing the compartment of the Hebrew people was no more and those who inhabited it were paragoned to paradise while the folks in the ever expanding second compartment of Sheol await the white-throne judgment to determine their eventual destination thus implying a second chance.
User avatar #439 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Ahh yes, I understand what you're saying now. I've read about Sheol. There's still quite a bit of debate in the theological community surrounding the various possible meanings if I'm not mistaken. My dad actually hold a very similar belief about an afterlife.
#440 - redbannerman (01/17/2014) [-]
Aww, and I wanted to teach someone something new... Damblit.
User avatar #442 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
I'm sorry if I made myself out to be a know-it-all. I had read about Sheol, but your explanation, especially about there being two separate compartments, one of which is no more, actually made it a lot clearer for me. I had previously pictured more of a "segregated purgatory" if you will. Thank you for clearing that up.
#368 - I'm sorry if I sounded like I was offended, I wasn't. I could … 01/17/2014 on That religious love 0
#366 - Yeah. It tends to depend on the people involved in the debate,… 01/17/2014 on That religious love 0
#363 - You seem like a nice person, and it looks like you don't use y…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/17/2014 on That religious love +1
#365 - redbannerman (01/17/2014) [-]
By bottom rung I meant of the religious ladder. Ladder of faith, fuck, man I don't know. Jacob's ladder? Nah that's a different story.


WHY AM I SO BAD AT BEING GOOD!?
User avatar #368 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
I'm sorry if I sounded like I was offended, I wasn't. I could tell what you were trying to say. I was just suggesting you think about it since I think people who misinterpret your words could get offended pretty easily.
#353 - I don't think it does though, those are just the loudest Athei… 01/17/2014 on That religious love 0
#351 - I agree with you for the most part, but I don't think arguing,…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/17/2014 on That religious love 0
User avatar #359 - connorjay (01/17/2014) [-]
Agreed, however religious arguments, for the most part, are not respectful for anyone. The ones I've been around and seen in general are just "hurr durr no god" and "hurr durr you're not getting into heaven faggit".

Debating is useful, if not taken to the level where it attempts to offend either party in a personal way.
User avatar #366 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Yeah. It tends to depend on the people involved in the debate, I'll give you that. When I was younger, like between 12 and 14, I got into a lot of religious debates that were heated, since I was pretty bitter after having been bullied at school for being an Atheist. Eventually, I learned to just be respectful to whomever I debate, and they tend to be respectful back, even on the internet. In the rare cases that they are just straight-up disrespectful no matter what you do, the people watching the debate tend to take the respectful person's side.
#336 - You realize that by grouping all Atheists together, you're bei… 01/17/2014 on That religious love +1
#344 - Depends on which brand you buy. I'm sure a dog would live long…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/17/2014 on I agree with this 0
User avatar #359 - brobathehutt (01/17/2014) [-]
Given that dogs can easily eat low quality meat (considering that they will eat every part of any animal they find and also assuming you mean meat that is edible) you would be hard pressed to find a dog chow without meat that could be as good for them as meat is. None the less you've got a fair point.
#266 - I agree with you on the diet for the most part. It had just se…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/17/2014 on I agree with this 0
User avatar #289 - brobathehutt (01/17/2014) [-]
Human made dog food isn't really any healthier, but it does contain meat, so that's why it works as well as it does.
User avatar #344 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Depends on which brand you buy. I'm sure a dog would live longer on high-quality meat with nutrients than on low quality-dog chow. A dog would also probably live longer on high-quality dog chow with nutrients than on low-quality meat.
User avatar #359 - brobathehutt (01/17/2014) [-]
Given that dogs can easily eat low quality meat (considering that they will eat every part of any animal they find and also assuming you mean meat that is edible) you would be hard pressed to find a dog chow without meat that could be as good for them as meat is. None the less you've got a fair point.
#234 - Steak is literally my favorite food, so I'm not defending the …  [+] (6 new replies) 01/17/2014 on I agree with this 0
#255 - hosl (01/17/2014) [-]
We selectively bred them but we didn't put them on like an all pumpkin diet or something. We fed them what they naturally ate. Why didn't people decide that cows should eat primarily meat because humans eat meat? Why don't we force fish to eat McDonald's because we believe in eating McDonald's? In all honesty, if you force a living creature to follow your beliefs and change the diet that its species has lived by for tens of thousands of years, you're kind of a jerk.

The mentality "Well I believe it so my pet does too" is soooooooooooooo ignorant. The animal's species has survived perfectly fine without your beliefs, don't fix what's not broken.
User avatar #285 - TheShinyRawr (01/17/2014) [-]
Your comment about cows, mad cow disease comes from cows being fed pieces of another cows nervous system.

I agree with you though, don't attack me. *hides*
User avatar #266 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
I agree with you on the diet for the most part. It had just seemed to me like you were saying that humans hadn't messed around at all with animals way of living for 10,000 years, which is why I pointed out selective breeding.

In terms of diet though, certain animals, like dogs, have been bred to the point that eating the human made dog food is healthier for them than eating meat. I still feed my dogs my extra meat occasionally though. They love it.
User avatar #289 - brobathehutt (01/17/2014) [-]
Human made dog food isn't really any healthier, but it does contain meat, so that's why it works as well as it does.
User avatar #344 - Deeticky (01/17/2014) [-]
Depends on which brand you buy. I'm sure a dog would live longer on high-quality meat with nutrients than on low quality-dog chow. A dog would also probably live longer on high-quality dog chow with nutrients than on low-quality meat.
User avatar #359 - brobathehutt (01/17/2014) [-]
Given that dogs can easily eat low quality meat (considering that they will eat every part of any animal they find and also assuming you mean meat that is edible) you would be hard pressed to find a dog chow without meat that could be as good for them as meat is. None the less you've got a fair point.
#143 - Some people cry because they feel their life is insignificant …  [+] (4 new replies) 01/16/2014 on Hero +32
User avatar #177 - wolviewolverine (01/16/2014) [-]
ok, stop this, stop this. All these facts are inflated like a niglets stomach in watermelon famine.

You neither know nor care about true facts that happened. Aitzaz probably never even thought that he might die.
Heroes are usually those willing to die for greater good. In this case we don't know.
As for the popular media - I don't care what they think and how poteic they ar ewith this.
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#168 - thewisedane (01/16/2014) [-]
I don't really feel like dying for a cause, when I can live to fight for it for the rest of my life.

He did good though - He wasn't just a person - He was a symbol.

He was Batman of Afghanistan
#307 - hamidabuddy (01/16/2014) [-]
Pakistan*
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If only we got to meet each other in person. I'm sure we'd be become great friends.
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