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#19 - Even as an Atheist, I like people with your type of belief. At…  [+] (7 new replies) 01/06/2014 on Theory of Revolution +3
#59 - anonymous (01/06/2014) [-]
The last point you make is called a deistic belief. A creator that doesn't intervene.
#20 - scootabot (01/06/2014) [-]
I kinda think that God himself is a scientist. He just got a petri-dish and tossed in what he felt like, then he just kinda sat back and watch it grow, into... Whatever it is.

Whether we're his first, or his on-going experiment, who knows?

God won't directly intervene as he wants to get proper results from his experiments, much like Scientists today. Only when they have a hypothesis, will they introduce a new factor into the experiment.

I just like to think that God started this whole thing and Science is just the study of figuring out how he did it. He wouldn't be angry for people figuring it out, why would he? If anything, it's only made his experiments that more interesting. Whether we go out in a blaze of nuclear glory, or sustain our lives to the point to where resources dwindle to a slight trickle; All experiments will end and God will 'bring us home'.

And by that, I mean the elements that were used to make us will soon be put back into the universe to be used once again.

So yeah, pretty much what you said. God put forth the rules of the universe, physics and what-not. Then he just let science take the reigns. Or SHE.
#205 - anonymous (01/06/2014) [-]
I love how you maintained a friendly discussion using puppy images.
User avatar #22 - Deeticky (01/06/2014) [-]
Interesting beliefs, thank you very much for sharing them with me.

I'm sorry people thumbed you down. As the world lashes out at people with militant religious beliefs, innocent and reasonable believers like yourself seem to get caught in the crossfire. Again, I'm sorry.

User avatar #24 - scootabot (01/06/2014) [-]
Appreciate it, man.

Also, I don't really mind. They're just little red thumbs. It's cool.
#25 - scootabot (01/06/2014) [-]
<------ As did I.
#23 - Deeticky (01/06/2014) [-]
<------Forgot this.
#161 - I guess I see your point about the drugs, though I think you s… 01/06/2014 on Maybe I'm a little over... 0
#159 - I see what you're saying, and I agree that Facebook is a stupi…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/06/2014 on Maybe I'm a little over... 0
User avatar #160 - footballmaniac (01/06/2014) [-]
Well we generally don't like snitches very much, especially when it comes to drugs.

What do you propose he does in this situation, simply let the guy keep pulling his shit?
User avatar #161 - Deeticky (01/06/2014) [-]
I guess I see your point about the drugs, though I think you should ask yourself why you're applying a mindset related to criminal activity to this case, which is much more civil in its nature.

Well, if it were my sister being harassed by a dude, I'd begin by listening to everything she has to say about the situation. Next, I'd tell her something to make he feel a little better and/or more confident in herself. then, I'd ask her what part she played, as harassment isn't always one-sided. After that,, I'd give her advice on her next best course of action. If she solves this herself, it will make her much stronger as a person. If I embarrass her by losing my temper, it will just make her like me less.

If none of that works, I'd tell the kid, in a stern but calm voice, that if he doesn't stop harassing her, I would be going to his parents, the school, If he hurt her physically or touched her sexually without her consent, I'd go to the police. If he touched her while I was around, I'd take him down and choke him out. When he wakes up, he'd find himself lying on his stomach with my knee on his back, until the police arrived.

My point is that I'm not willing to go to jail for this kid. I know that I could beat him in a fight, so I don't need to prove it by starting one.
#8 - The U.S. treasury Bureau of Engraving and printing produces mi… 01/06/2014 on 50 million... +2
#157 - What the OP did in this content was illegal as well. I don't s…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/06/2014 on Maybe I'm a little over... 0
User avatar #158 - footballmaniac (01/06/2014) [-]
I think you misunderstand my point. I'm all for him standing up for his sister and all, but as far as threats go, that's about as much of a pussy move as it gets. Being a drug user myself, that pisses me off even more.

My point is if he's gonna start making threats, they might as well be real ones. What OP did is almost the equivalent of "aaaawwww!!! I'm telling!!!!"
User avatar #159 - Deeticky (01/06/2014) [-]
I see what you're saying, and I agree that Facebook is a stupid place to threaten someone, but I still think that threatening the kid is immature. We need to rise above people who wrong us, not stoop to their level. If we do that, we're no better than they are. Violence, and threats thereof, should only be used when necessary to protect someone from violence.

Also, I'm not sure I understand what you being a drug user has to do with this?
User avatar #160 - footballmaniac (01/06/2014) [-]
Well we generally don't like snitches very much, especially when it comes to drugs.

What do you propose he does in this situation, simply let the guy keep pulling his shit?
User avatar #161 - Deeticky (01/06/2014) [-]
I guess I see your point about the drugs, though I think you should ask yourself why you're applying a mindset related to criminal activity to this case, which is much more civil in its nature.

Well, if it were my sister being harassed by a dude, I'd begin by listening to everything she has to say about the situation. Next, I'd tell her something to make he feel a little better and/or more confident in herself. then, I'd ask her what part she played, as harassment isn't always one-sided. After that,, I'd give her advice on her next best course of action. If she solves this herself, it will make her much stronger as a person. If I embarrass her by losing my temper, it will just make her like me less.

If none of that works, I'd tell the kid, in a stern but calm voice, that if he doesn't stop harassing her, I would be going to his parents, the school, If he hurt her physically or touched her sexually without her consent, I'd go to the police. If he touched her while I was around, I'd take him down and choke him out. When he wakes up, he'd find himself lying on his stomach with my knee on his back, until the police arrived.

My point is that I'm not willing to go to jail for this kid. I know that I could beat him in a fight, so I don't need to prove it by starting one.
#155 - I guess you didn't technically say attack, no. If you threaten…  [+] (6 new replies) 01/06/2014 on Maybe I'm a little over... 0
User avatar #156 - footballmaniac (01/06/2014) [-]
So threatening to beat him up is illegal, as opposed to falsely reporting him for drug possesion?

And you're right, that's exactly why he didn't confront him. Because if that kid does have an older brother, he'd be too much of a pussy to fight said older brother.
User avatar #157 - Deeticky (01/06/2014) [-]
What the OP did in this content was illegal as well. I don't support what he did either. I think either response is immature.

In either case, the "victim" (I use that term very loosely) or his family would have to press charges for anything to happen to the OP, and most people aren't willing to go through all that trouble unless they are genuinely scared for their safety. That's the whole reason trying to intimidate someone is risky. The more you succeed, the more desperate the other person may become.

I've got a sister too, so i know what it feels like to want to protect her. Words are just words though. They should be fought with your own words, not with physical intimidation, because, as I said before, that just ends up becoming a dick measuring contest.
User avatar #158 - footballmaniac (01/06/2014) [-]
I think you misunderstand my point. I'm all for him standing up for his sister and all, but as far as threats go, that's about as much of a pussy move as it gets. Being a drug user myself, that pisses me off even more.

My point is if he's gonna start making threats, they might as well be real ones. What OP did is almost the equivalent of "aaaawwww!!! I'm telling!!!!"
User avatar #159 - Deeticky (01/06/2014) [-]
I see what you're saying, and I agree that Facebook is a stupid place to threaten someone, but I still think that threatening the kid is immature. We need to rise above people who wrong us, not stoop to their level. If we do that, we're no better than they are. Violence, and threats thereof, should only be used when necessary to protect someone from violence.

Also, I'm not sure I understand what you being a drug user has to do with this?
User avatar #160 - footballmaniac (01/06/2014) [-]
Well we generally don't like snitches very much, especially when it comes to drugs.

What do you propose he does in this situation, simply let the guy keep pulling his shit?
User avatar #161 - Deeticky (01/06/2014) [-]
I guess I see your point about the drugs, though I think you should ask yourself why you're applying a mindset related to criminal activity to this case, which is much more civil in its nature.

Well, if it were my sister being harassed by a dude, I'd begin by listening to everything she has to say about the situation. Next, I'd tell her something to make he feel a little better and/or more confident in herself. then, I'd ask her what part she played, as harassment isn't always one-sided. After that,, I'd give her advice on her next best course of action. If she solves this herself, it will make her much stronger as a person. If I embarrass her by losing my temper, it will just make her like me less.

If none of that works, I'd tell the kid, in a stern but calm voice, that if he doesn't stop harassing her, I would be going to his parents, the school, If he hurt her physically or touched her sexually without her consent, I'd go to the police. If he touched her while I was around, I'd take him down and choke him out. When he wakes up, he'd find himself lying on his stomach with my knee on his back, until the police arrived.

My point is that I'm not willing to go to jail for this kid. I know that I could beat him in a fight, so I don't need to prove it by starting one.
#121 - Because attacking someone over something they said, even if it…  [+] (8 new replies) 01/05/2014 on Maybe I'm a little over... 0
User avatar #128 - footballmaniac (01/05/2014) [-]
Did I say attack him? No, I said confront.

Get up in that kid's grill and I guarantee you he won't talk any more shit.
User avatar #155 - Deeticky (01/06/2014) [-]
I guess you didn't technically say attack, no. If you threaten the kid though, regardless of whether a physical attack is involved or not, you're breaking the law and could face serious charges. What if he has an older brother too? Now you've got two testosterone-fueled and enraged guys having a dick-measuring contest, both of whom think they are justified in what they're doing.

When words are all that's involved, it's much better to just report him to whomever you need to.
User avatar #156 - footballmaniac (01/06/2014) [-]
So threatening to beat him up is illegal, as opposed to falsely reporting him for drug possesion?

And you're right, that's exactly why he didn't confront him. Because if that kid does have an older brother, he'd be too much of a pussy to fight said older brother.
User avatar #157 - Deeticky (01/06/2014) [-]
What the OP did in this content was illegal as well. I don't support what he did either. I think either response is immature.

In either case, the "victim" (I use that term very loosely) or his family would have to press charges for anything to happen to the OP, and most people aren't willing to go through all that trouble unless they are genuinely scared for their safety. That's the whole reason trying to intimidate someone is risky. The more you succeed, the more desperate the other person may become.

I've got a sister too, so i know what it feels like to want to protect her. Words are just words though. They should be fought with your own words, not with physical intimidation, because, as I said before, that just ends up becoming a dick measuring contest.
User avatar #158 - footballmaniac (01/06/2014) [-]
I think you misunderstand my point. I'm all for him standing up for his sister and all, but as far as threats go, that's about as much of a pussy move as it gets. Being a drug user myself, that pisses me off even more.

My point is if he's gonna start making threats, they might as well be real ones. What OP did is almost the equivalent of "aaaawwww!!! I'm telling!!!!"
User avatar #159 - Deeticky (01/06/2014) [-]
I see what you're saying, and I agree that Facebook is a stupid place to threaten someone, but I still think that threatening the kid is immature. We need to rise above people who wrong us, not stoop to their level. If we do that, we're no better than they are. Violence, and threats thereof, should only be used when necessary to protect someone from violence.

Also, I'm not sure I understand what you being a drug user has to do with this?
User avatar #160 - footballmaniac (01/06/2014) [-]
Well we generally don't like snitches very much, especially when it comes to drugs.

What do you propose he does in this situation, simply let the guy keep pulling his shit?
User avatar #161 - Deeticky (01/06/2014) [-]
I guess I see your point about the drugs, though I think you should ask yourself why you're applying a mindset related to criminal activity to this case, which is much more civil in its nature.

Well, if it were my sister being harassed by a dude, I'd begin by listening to everything she has to say about the situation. Next, I'd tell her something to make he feel a little better and/or more confident in herself. then, I'd ask her what part she played, as harassment isn't always one-sided. After that,, I'd give her advice on her next best course of action. If she solves this herself, it will make her much stronger as a person. If I embarrass her by losing my temper, it will just make her like me less.

If none of that works, I'd tell the kid, in a stern but calm voice, that if he doesn't stop harassing her, I would be going to his parents, the school, If he hurt her physically or touched her sexually without her consent, I'd go to the police. If he touched her while I was around, I'd take him down and choke him out. When he wakes up, he'd find himself lying on his stomach with my knee on his back, until the police arrived.

My point is that I'm not willing to go to jail for this kid. I know that I could beat him in a fight, so I don't need to prove it by starting one.
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#229 - Was he though? He didn't seem like he even tried to fight bac… 01/05/2014 on i wonder if they were sent... 0
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#120 - I'm not trying to be snarky here, friend. I'm sure that since …  [+] (2 new replies) 01/05/2014 on Repost 0
#121 - articulate (01/05/2014) [-]
It's like playing a wordsearch for my name.
#122 - Deeticky (01/05/2014) [-]
#118 - If we want to get really technical here, then karma, in the cl…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/05/2014 on Repost 0
User avatar #119 - penileburglar (01/05/2014) [-]
There are many religious codifications to Karma, such as those of the Hindu faith, but Karma is just a broad term describing the basic principles of cause and effect. At which point, pretty much any story that's not complete nonsense involves Karma.

And the fact that you used 'if we want to get really technical here' means you know that you're just being snarky. If we were to go with Hindu code, then *none* of these are examples of Karma, as it is about the *sum* of your actions, not a single action. It's obvious by the rest of the stories in this chain that what's being referred to is the casual form of Karma, simply meaning that bad actions upon others lead to bad consequences to oneself, and good actions onto others lead to good consequences to oneself. His discovery was not an evil or bad action, it just incidentally lead to his death (as well as the deaths of many others who were as unknowing as he was.)
#120 - Deeticky (01/05/2014) [-]
I'm not trying to be snarky here, friend. I'm sure that since we're on the internet, and you are unable to hear my enunciation or see my body language, the phrase must have sounded different to you when you read it than it did to me when I typed it. That's a pretty common occurrence here on the internet. (Try reading that in a sarcastic voice then try reading it in a genuine friendly voice, and you'll see what I mean)

But yes, you're correct. None of these are examples of true karma. So that would put us on the same page then, eh? That was the whole point of my previous comment; to show that since there are so many definitions of karma, there is no use arguing whether the "accidental killings with an accidental death" is truly karmic or not. In the traditional sense, no it's not, nothing here is, just like you said.

However, I think that your casual form of Karma still applies. If we want to go with this more casual definition, then I would just say that because every "action" you take would travel around the Samsara wheel and come back to you in the form of "reactions", both good and bad, both intentional and unintentional. Also, negligence is a form of guilt. If he failed to see how his discovery could affect people before distributing it widely, then he was negligent, and therefore guilty.

Note: I don't believe in Karma, and I don't believe any "mystical force" weighed this man's deeds and decided to kill him for them. I believe he died accidentally. The reason I'm making all these arguments is because it's fun to debate with someone who can articulate well and doesn't call me names, and also because I believe intelligent debate to be the highest form of learning.
#121 - articulate (01/05/2014) [-]
It's like playing a wordsearch for my name.
#122 - Deeticky (01/05/2014) [-]
#76 - I agree about the suicide one. On the other hand, the lead poi…  [+] (8 new replies) 01/04/2014 on Repost 0
User avatar #115 - penileburglar (01/05/2014) [-]
That's ironic, sure, but Karma doesn't deal in 'accidents.' Karma is about getting what you deserve based on your own actions unto others--I don't think someone 'deserves' to die because they stumbled upon something useful with no idea it would be harmful in the long-run.
#118 - Deeticky (01/05/2014) [-]
If we want to get really technical here, then karma, in the classical Hindu/Buddhist sense, would be the sum of all his actions in this and all "past lives" deciding his fate in terms of a future life. In other words, contrary to the way a lot of us Americans see it, karma doesn't have anywhere near as much of an effect on this life compared to what it would on your "future lives".
User avatar #119 - penileburglar (01/05/2014) [-]
There are many religious codifications to Karma, such as those of the Hindu faith, but Karma is just a broad term describing the basic principles of cause and effect. At which point, pretty much any story that's not complete nonsense involves Karma.

And the fact that you used 'if we want to get really technical here' means you know that you're just being snarky. If we were to go with Hindu code, then *none* of these are examples of Karma, as it is about the *sum* of your actions, not a single action. It's obvious by the rest of the stories in this chain that what's being referred to is the casual form of Karma, simply meaning that bad actions upon others lead to bad consequences to oneself, and good actions onto others lead to good consequences to oneself. His discovery was not an evil or bad action, it just incidentally lead to his death (as well as the deaths of many others who were as unknowing as he was.)
#120 - Deeticky (01/05/2014) [-]
I'm not trying to be snarky here, friend. I'm sure that since we're on the internet, and you are unable to hear my enunciation or see my body language, the phrase must have sounded different to you when you read it than it did to me when I typed it. That's a pretty common occurrence here on the internet. (Try reading that in a sarcastic voice then try reading it in a genuine friendly voice, and you'll see what I mean)

But yes, you're correct. None of these are examples of true karma. So that would put us on the same page then, eh? That was the whole point of my previous comment; to show that since there are so many definitions of karma, there is no use arguing whether the "accidental killings with an accidental death" is truly karmic or not. In the traditional sense, no it's not, nothing here is, just like you said.

However, I think that your casual form of Karma still applies. If we want to go with this more casual definition, then I would just say that because every "action" you take would travel around the Samsara wheel and come back to you in the form of "reactions", both good and bad, both intentional and unintentional. Also, negligence is a form of guilt. If he failed to see how his discovery could affect people before distributing it widely, then he was negligent, and therefore guilty.

Note: I don't believe in Karma, and I don't believe any "mystical force" weighed this man's deeds and decided to kill him for them. I believe he died accidentally. The reason I'm making all these arguments is because it's fun to debate with someone who can articulate well and doesn't call me names, and also because I believe intelligent debate to be the highest form of learning.
#121 - articulate (01/05/2014) [-]
It's like playing a wordsearch for my name.
#122 - Deeticky (01/05/2014) [-]
User avatar #90 - sabcy (01/04/2014) [-]
also the fact that something he created killed him.
User avatar #116 - penileburglar (01/05/2014) [-]
Again, irony, not Karma. It would be Karma if he *knew* it would harm others.
#110 - >Implying she was the one who chose to change her image and…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/04/2014 on Well.... its true 0
#161 - sjhvalks (01/04/2014) [-]
Who's implying that? The last line literally says "whoever decided to make that turn-around".
#139 - anonymous (01/04/2014) [-]
>implying she didn't.
#289 - Depends on your definition of "policing", I guess...… 01/01/2014 on I felt responsible. 0
#286 - No one is disputing him getting stabbed. The question is about… 01/01/2014 on I felt responsible. 0
#285 - The police aren't obliged to protect you, but the laws are, an… 01/01/2014 on I felt responsible. 0
#284 - Yep. Don't know why you're sorry though? That's the case I'm r…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/01/2014 on I felt responsible. 0
#287 - tornadomad (01/01/2014) [-]
>police trying to say they don't have to police
User avatar #289 - Deeticky (01/01/2014) [-]
Depends on your definition of "policing", I guess... Some jurisdictions are much more efficient about it than others, that's for sure.
#283 - I never said I didn't believe his story, I just don't like ima… 01/01/2014 on I felt responsible. 0
#282 - He is suing the department. Also, I never said I didn't believ… 01/01/2014 on I felt responsible. 0
#142 - I'd be happy to explain what I meant. As you know, assaulting …  [+] (2 new replies) 01/01/2014 on I felt responsible. 0
#312 - shadowbreech (01/03/2014) [-]
I see... I disagree with that ruling but there's nothing I can really do about it...
Ok, thank you for the explanation.
<- An unrelated Gif gift
#313 - shadowbreech (01/03/2014) [-]
Mfw thats not a Gif...
#77 - Some people are into that stuff.  [+] (1 new reply) 01/01/2014 on You really do get a "hot... 0
User avatar #80 - vatra (01/01/2014) [-]
*dick shriveling intensifies*
#76 - Yeah, according to the image: Happiness+blood to the penis=Love. 01/01/2014 on You really do get a "hot... +4
#75 - Comment deleted 01/01/2014 on You really do get a "hot... 0
#125 - You're right about people doing more when they're upset. I jus… 01/01/2014 on I felt responsible. +1

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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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