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#170 - >They shot Tamir Rice within 2 seconds of arriving on the s…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/17/2015 on police the fuck 0
User avatar #174 - dorfdorfdorf (03/17/2015) [-]
>and? in the past 6 months 4 cops have been shot in the face while not in the line of duty. they have the right to not fuck around.

>except he's not old enough.

>no, but he pointed it at everyone else in the park. "oh, he's been threatening everyone in the park, but not me. i guess he isnt a threat."

>haha. hahahahahahahaha.

>refer to point 1

>they weren't told he was twelve. they were told he was a man. the fault is with the dispatch, not police.

really? these two cops, who werent given all the information, are giving others a bad name? the guy in missouri, who defended himself when he was punched in the face and had his gun almost taken away from him, is giving others a bad name?

but the four cops that got shot in the face at point blank range get no screen time?

bad cops arent giving cops a bad name. bad information is giving cops a bad name. there are retards out there who still believe that the MO nigger was shot with his hands up
User avatar #176 - Deeticky (03/17/2015) [-]
>Tamir never shot at anybody.

>He never posed a threat to the cops.

>The cops never attempted to gauge the situation, or even gather any info. They just opened fire on the kid. Doesn't matter what dispatch said, cops have a duty to use their own brains and their own judgement.

>Literally nobody has ever claimed that Tamir pointed the bb gun at "everyone in the park." There were some claims that he was pointing the gun at some people in the park. Again, Tamir never fired a shot and never verbally threatened anyone. If he committed any crime, it would have simply been disorderly conduct. Disorderly conduct is not a crime that is punishable by death.

The fact that you know about the four cops who were shot in the face proves that they got some screen time, so I don't know why you're complaining about that. If nobody cared at all about those cops, then we would not have heard about them.

Also, I don't know why you are bringing up the Ferguson case. We were talking about the Tamir Rice case. Those are two completely separate instances. The fact that you used the word "nigger" to describe the unarmed man who was shot to death by Darren Wilson worries me. Why do you choose to use that word? Why are you bringing racial slurs into this discussion we are having, which had previously not been about race?

By your logic (Tamir was reportedly "threatening" people with his bb gun, so it was therefore justifiable for the police to shoot Tamir within two seconds of arriving on the scene), shouldn't all of those "open carry activists" (They guys who bring seni-automatic rifles into restaurants and such) have also been shot within two seconds of police arriving? Because they weren't. What if Tamir was just an "open carry activist"? The police never gave him a chance to explain himself.

User avatar #177 - dorfdorfdorf (03/18/2015) [-]
>indeed. BUT FUCKING POINTING A PISTOL AT PEOPLE IN A PARK ISN'T A SMART IDEA.

>he was armed. how was he not a threat?

>they were told that an armed man was aiming a gun at random strangers in the park. the fuck? what other information do you need?

>where do you get your information? nearly every single report about the incident included the fact that the 911 caller said that tamir was aiming the gun at just about everyone in the park. so? what the fuck does that matter? "he was carrying around an ax and swinging it at people's heads, but he didnt hit anyone so it's ok. he din do nuffin".

you said "these cops". i referenced ferguson because it's related, dumbass. people claiming that cops are evil because of one isolated incident, with no proof.

he was indeed unarmed, but he tried to fix that. by grabbing for a cop's gun and punching him in the face. also, i didnt bring in race. "nigger" isnt solely a black person. it's like douchebag or asshole. just because you automatically think of black people when you hear "nigger" doesnt mean it's true.

Do not put words in my mouth.

Do not put words in my mouth.

just in case you can't hear DO NOT PUT WORDS IN MY MOUTH.

How is open carrying threatening? There is a MAJOR difference between having a gun on your hip, and having a gun in your hand pointed at a stranger. Major. Fucking. Difference. If Tamir was an open carry activist, he would have known proper gun safety and he wouldn't have FUCKING AIMED AT PEOPLE
User avatar #186 - Deeticky (03/18/2015) [-]
Why do you feel the need to call me a "dumbass"? Why do you feel the need to use so many curse words? It seems like you're getting very, very, very angry. You do understand that, psychologically speaking, when you get angry, the logic centers in your brain shut down. I would respectfully encourage you to calm down and try to think rationally. Just because we are on the internet does not mean that we cannot be civil in our disagreement.

If I put words in your mouth, I'm sorry. I'm not really sure what you're referencing, but it has obviously made you very upset.

Yes, it was not smart of Tamir to be waving the bb gun round or to point it at people. The thing is, he was 12 years old. 12 year olds do stupid things all the time. I did stupid things when i was 12, and I'm sure you did too. Now if the police had simply taken a few extra seconds to guage the situation, to order Tamir to get on the ground, or order him to drop the weapon, or something along those lines, he would still be alive. Yes, it was stupid of him to do that, but he didn't deserve to die for it.

And also, "nigger" is a racial slur. It doesn't matter whether you thin it is or not. That's not how words work. The meaning of words is decided upon by our culture and our society, and are society is still at the consensus that "nigger" is a racial slur.
#169 - Of course it's wrong to kill cops. I agree with you there 100%… 03/17/2015 on police the fuck -1
#168 - Newtown police arrived on the scene at 9:39, and the final sho…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/17/2015 on police the fuck -1
User avatar #178 - dorfdorfdorf (03/18/2015) [-]
what "peaceful outcome"? when the fuck has there ever been a "peaceful outcome" in these cases?
User avatar #188 - Deeticky (03/18/2015) [-]
There have been hundreds of hostage situations that have been resolved peacefully. Why do you think that police forces employ negotiators?

Here take a look: lmgtfy.com/?q=hostage+situation+resolved+peacefully
#164 - Are you saying that a cop has never unjustifiably killed a per…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/17/2015 on police the fuck -1
User avatar #165 - elcreepo (03/17/2015) [-]
That's not what I'm trying to say. What I'm trying to say is that there needs to be a balance.

I only reference what the OP said.

The way I see it, there are corrupt cops, yes. But they are a minority. In a perfect world, all corrupt cops would see justice and in the aftermath of incidents like the Tamir Rice case the officers involved would be retrained to think gunfire before using gun, order before tazer, and rights before arrest. This isn't a perfect world though, so near 100% is all we can get. So cases will happen and get a lot of media hype over the occasional instances of bad cops/districts. BUT that's no excuse to kill a cop in an unrelated district because "all cops are corrupt"

What bothers me though is that there is such a thing as too stringint protocol, protocol that wastes time. In the Lanza case the cops didn't have time to do what they did and wait for a swat team before rushing the school. The cops needed to be in there within five minutes and they simply weren't because of fear of shooting the wrong guy. They were nearly completely useless at the scene, getting in the way of the federal investigation. They herded the wounded and traumatized, and that's about it.

The cops in my state do fuck all when it comes to gunmen because of fear of a lawsuit/public outrage.

Hell, the public flipped its shit when Boston, a neighboring state, had to go on lockdown after the bombers. That wasn't a police state, it was a necessity to ensure those fuckers didn't escape. No civilians were harmed, yes their properties were searched without a warrant, but it was under the understanding that the bombers who they didn't kill in the shootout was on the run and could be hiding anywhere and have any number of accomplices waiting to help them. There was simply no fucking time to get a warrant for every house in boston and people should not demand that.

Because when you demand cops follow stringent protocols, you make cops useless.

I like to think that nearly every time a cop has to fire his gun at a person it's out of fear for his or another's life. Yes there are corrupt bastards but they are few and far between, enough that to kill a cop who hasn't done anything to you on the grounds that he is a cop is a shitty and ignorant decision.
User avatar #169 - Deeticky (03/17/2015) [-]
Of course it's wrong to kill cops. I agree with you there 100%.

Yeah, corrupt cops are in the minority. Corruption exists on a spectrum though, so there's really no telling how many of them there are.

Here's the thing: Corrupt cops are incredibly hard to prosecute. The "blue wall of silence" means that nobody will cooperate with the prosecutor, and no matter how obvious it is that the cop is guilty, there will always be a portion of the public who will assume that the cop must be innocent.

Because it is so hard to prosecute corrupt cops, protocol is important. Protocol allows the public to keep the police force in check. Like you said, balance is important. Cops need to have enough power to do their job, but they need to also not have too much power, lest they use it to hurt innocents. protocol allows us to mitigate the chance that innocents are harmed by police.

Like I said in my reply to your other comment, I don't think there was much that the police could have done in the Lanza case. After all, there was less than a minute in between the first police arriving on the scene and the final shot being fired.

Protocol has obviously not made cops useless, because they are still tackling crime just as much as they always have, and are still (in general) not afraid to use their weapons.

Personally, I think cops should be held to higher "moral" standards, but also paid a lot better and given better mental health benefits.
User avatar #166 - elcreepo (03/17/2015) [-]
* in a neighboring state
#163 - But... A lot of people are complaining about gang violence and…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/17/2015 on police the fuck -1
User avatar #179 - dorfdorfdorf (03/18/2015) [-]
so, because no one is complaining, it isnt an issue?
User avatar #187 - Deeticky (03/18/2015) [-]
What are you talking about? Read my comment again. I said people ARE complaining about gang violence and DO want to see it stopped. Of course it's an issue!
#162 - I don't think that the Sandy Hook shooting (Adam Lanza) was an…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/17/2015 on police the fuck -1
User avatar #167 - elcreepo (03/17/2015) [-]
They could have.

There was an investigation and there were cops within five minutes of the school.

They had to get a swat team and all that shit, they had to have gun units on the scene, there were plenty of things that needed to happen first before they could enter the school which they could have chosen to ignore.

After the Brown case especially, cops have been extremely wary in my state of firing their guns, at all. And that's not good.

Several people got shot in one of the cities in my state with a cop not fifty feet away trying to talk him into putting down the gun and giving himself up. In a "gun-happy" state the gunman would have been shot down and nothing would have happened.
User avatar #168 - Deeticky (03/17/2015) [-]
Newtown police arrived on the scene at 9:39, and the final shot happened at 9:40. There really wasn't enough time there for the police to have done anything. They didn't even know where the shooter was within the building at that point.

I definitely know that the Brown case does not seem to have stopped police overall from using deadly force (justified or unjustified). I can't speak for your specific area, and I really can't speak on the case that you mentioned (since I don't know the name of it). If the cops had opened fire sooner, it could have put innocent bystander sin the way of the crossfire. There have been a lot of successful police negotiations in hostage situations. These peaceful outcomes are the best, since it allows innocent bystanders to survive.
User avatar #178 - dorfdorfdorf (03/18/2015) [-]
what "peaceful outcome"? when the fuck has there ever been a "peaceful outcome" in these cases?
User avatar #188 - Deeticky (03/18/2015) [-]
There have been hundreds of hostage situations that have been resolved peacefully. Why do you think that police forces employ negotiators?

Here take a look: lmgtfy.com/?q=hostage+situation+resolved+peacefully
#169 - I don't see why a potential assassin would not consider downin… 03/12/2015 on Air Force One 0
#269 - You must get mentioned a lot. I hope you are well too.  [+] (1 new reply) 03/12/2015 on In Another World, He Would... 0
User avatar #270 - compared (03/12/2015) [-]
I get around 50 a day and thanks
#263 - Obama did not come from anywhere near as much wealth as Bush d… 03/11/2015 on In Another World, He Would... 0
#262 - Here's the link the the World Bank growth stats, I forgot to i… 03/11/2015 on In Another World, He Would... 0
#261 - 1: You do know that post-industrial countries experience growt…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/11/2015 on In Another World, He Would... 0
User avatar #264 - compared (03/11/2015) [-]
Thanks for the mention, hope you are well.
User avatar #269 - Deeticky (03/12/2015) [-]
You must get mentioned a lot. I hope you are well too.
User avatar #270 - compared (03/12/2015) [-]
I get around 50 a day and thanks
#260 - I might not agree with all of ol' Ronnie's politics, but I sti… 03/11/2015 on In Another World, He Would... +1
#217 - Like I said, I think a New Deal style set of programs would ha…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/10/2015 on In Another World, He Would... +1
#221 - Absolute Madman (03/10/2015) [-]
Maybe so, but that's not the type of thing he even tried to enact when he had the chance. 2 out of 8 years isn't a long time, but it's enough to do more than he did, he had free reign to help the economy and spent his time railroading the ACA through congress then resting on his laurels. If you think tax cuts had any significant play in the financial meltdown I've got some news for you, and as to the stimulus, that was already going through with or without him, in fact Bush even started it in the small scale the last few weeks he was in office. The economy was going to recover regardless, recessions happen, recoveries happen, that's just the way it is, but it could have, and should have been a lot quicker.
#214 - 1: It was the second worst economic meltdown we've ever had, o…  [+] (8 new replies) 03/10/2015 on In Another World, He Would... +2
User avatar #224 - Karibookiller (03/10/2015) [-]
It's a little ironic that you're defending Obama with that Ron Swanson avi. I do whole-heartedly agree with you.
User avatar #260 - Deeticky (03/11/2015) [-]
I might not agree with all of ol' Ronnie's politics, but I still love him.
#220 - Absolute Madman (03/10/2015) [-]
1. The US economy has grown at a rate of 2.4% since 2009, as opposed to 9-13% for the great depression. The recovery is absolute shit when you compare it to other recessions including double dip recessions and even the great depression.
2. No, it's really not, making a law requiring people to purchase health insurance is on the other side of the spectrum, it worked for you, and that's great, but that doesn't make it anywhere near Universal healthcare.
3. A president making a policy and a president going "yeah ok seals go get em" are two different things entirely. Other than the green light he had absolutely no involvement in the gathering of information, the preparation, or the execution of the mission, and as such attributing any sort of credit to him is downright ridiculous.
User avatar #262 - Deeticky (03/11/2015) [-]
Here's the link the the World Bank growth stats, I forgot to include it in my last comment.

data.worldbank.org/indicator/NY.GDP.MKTP.KD.ZG
User avatar #261 - Deeticky (03/11/2015) [-]
1: You do know that post-industrial countries experience growth at a much slower rate than industrializing countries, right? During the New Deal and Second World War, the U.S. built tons of new industry. Here, take a look at the World Bank's statistics on growth over the last several years. You will notice that post-industrial countries (such as the U.S., U.K., Norway, Sweden, France, Japan, etc.) all have relatively low economic growth compared to industrializing countries (such as China, Brazil, India etc.). Our economy has recovered, and the administration deserves some credit for that.

2: Again, I never said that the ACA was the same or even close to being the same as universal healthcare. I only said that the ACA has brought us closer to it than we were under Bush. Medicaid, for instance, was expanded under the ACA. I am personally greatly in favor of Universal Healthcare and would gladly accept a tax increase to achieve that goal. Although the ACA doesn't give us Universal Healthcare, it does expand the government's role in healthcare.

3: As commander-in-chief, the president makes the final decision on missions like the one that killed Bin-Laden. That means that he has to accept responsibility should things go wrong, but also means he gets some credit (as the highest military commander) for successful missions. The Executive branch of our government also tends to handle foreign policy matters, which means that the people Obama appointed had a lot of influence over the events. Also, how do you know how much involvement Obama had in the mission? A lot of that information is highly classified.
User avatar #264 - compared (03/11/2015) [-]
Thanks for the mention, hope you are well.
User avatar #269 - Deeticky (03/12/2015) [-]
You must get mentioned a lot. I hope you are well too.
User avatar #270 - compared (03/12/2015) [-]
I get around 50 a day and thanks
#211 - Obama graduated from Harvard Law School. Whether you agree wit…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/10/2015 on In Another World, He Would... 0
User avatar #259 - truesmokewolf (03/11/2015) [-]
Yeah? George W. Bush graduated from Harvard and Yale. And he is most definitely retarded. He cannot even pronounce the word "Nuclear". You should know by now that graduation from college has less to do with your intelligence and more to do with your wallet.
User avatar #263 - Deeticky (03/11/2015) [-]
Obama did not come from anywhere near as much wealth as Bush did. Also, Obama taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago Law School for a while before he got into politics. High-end law schools don't hire "retards" to teach constitutional law.

Also, Bush wasn't a retard. He may be my least favorite president, and he may have seemed pretty dumb while he was in office, but he scored a 1206 on his SAT which put him in the top 16% of students. A "retard" does not score in the top 16%.
#207 - A big part of the reason for the slow recovery is the fact tha…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/10/2015 on In Another World, He Would... +1
#209 - Absolute Madman (03/10/2015) [-]
For the first two years he had complete control of both houses, he could've done whatever he wanted, he didn't do shit except push the ACA through.
User avatar #217 - Deeticky (03/10/2015) [-]
Like I said, I think a New Deal style set of programs would have helped us recover faster. But really, having control for only 2 out of 8 years isn't that much. The president's economic policies (such as the stimulus and the refusal to extend the Bush-era tax cuts) have helped our country's economy recover. The recovery has been slow, but it has been recovery nonetheless.
#221 - Absolute Madman (03/10/2015) [-]
Maybe so, but that's not the type of thing he even tried to enact when he had the chance. 2 out of 8 years isn't a long time, but it's enough to do more than he did, he had free reign to help the economy and spent his time railroading the ACA through congress then resting on his laurels. If you think tax cuts had any significant play in the financial meltdown I've got some news for you, and as to the stimulus, that was already going through with or without him, in fact Bush even started it in the small scale the last few weeks he was in office. The economy was going to recover regardless, recessions happen, recoveries happen, that's just the way it is, but it could have, and should have been a lot quicker.
#205 - He led our country out of the worst economic crisis since the …  [+] (11 new replies) 03/10/2015 on In Another World, He Would... +4
#208 - Absolute Madman (03/10/2015) [-]
1. He led one of the absolute slowest recoveries from a recession in our history
2. Obamacare is nothing close to universal healthcare
3. Giving an order for someone else to do work isn't an accomplishment.
#234 - thorseph (03/10/2015) [-]
that's kinda what leaders do, i mean yeah you can lead by example, but having someone do what they are trained to do is a lot better than him trying to do it himself to make him look like a "good leader"
User avatar #214 - Deeticky (03/10/2015) [-]
1: It was the second worst economic meltdown we've ever had, of course it took some time to recover. The meltdown did not happen overnight, so the recovery didn't happen overnight either. Even FDR's New Deal didn't fix everything instantly.

2: You're sort of right, it's not especially close to Universal healthcare, but it's closer than the previous policy, and it's getting more people insured (myself included).

3: Are you sure about that? If that's true, then the U.S. has never had an accomplished president, because giving orders is pretty much all the president does. Are we supposed to expect that Obama go abroad and kill every last terrorist with his bare hands?
User avatar #224 - Karibookiller (03/10/2015) [-]
It's a little ironic that you're defending Obama with that Ron Swanson avi. I do whole-heartedly agree with you.
User avatar #260 - Deeticky (03/11/2015) [-]
I might not agree with all of ol' Ronnie's politics, but I still love him.
#220 - Absolute Madman (03/10/2015) [-]
1. The US economy has grown at a rate of 2.4% since 2009, as opposed to 9-13% for the great depression. The recovery is absolute shit when you compare it to other recessions including double dip recessions and even the great depression.
2. No, it's really not, making a law requiring people to purchase health insurance is on the other side of the spectrum, it worked for you, and that's great, but that doesn't make it anywhere near Universal healthcare.
3. A president making a policy and a president going "yeah ok seals go get em" are two different things entirely. Other than the green light he had absolutely no involvement in the gathering of information, the preparation, or the execution of the mission, and as such attributing any sort of credit to him is downright ridiculous.
User avatar #262 - Deeticky (03/11/2015) [-]
Here's the link the the World Bank growth stats, I forgot to include it in my last comment.

data.worldbank.org/indicator/NY.GDP.MKTP.KD.ZG
User avatar #261 - Deeticky (03/11/2015) [-]
1: You do know that post-industrial countries experience growth at a much slower rate than industrializing countries, right? During the New Deal and Second World War, the U.S. built tons of new industry. Here, take a look at the World Bank's statistics on growth over the last several years. You will notice that post-industrial countries (such as the U.S., U.K., Norway, Sweden, France, Japan, etc.) all have relatively low economic growth compared to industrializing countries (such as China, Brazil, India etc.). Our economy has recovered, and the administration deserves some credit for that.

2: Again, I never said that the ACA was the same or even close to being the same as universal healthcare. I only said that the ACA has brought us closer to it than we were under Bush. Medicaid, for instance, was expanded under the ACA. I am personally greatly in favor of Universal Healthcare and would gladly accept a tax increase to achieve that goal. Although the ACA doesn't give us Universal Healthcare, it does expand the government's role in healthcare.

3: As commander-in-chief, the president makes the final decision on missions like the one that killed Bin-Laden. That means that he has to accept responsibility should things go wrong, but also means he gets some credit (as the highest military commander) for successful missions. The Executive branch of our government also tends to handle foreign policy matters, which means that the people Obama appointed had a lot of influence over the events. Also, how do you know how much involvement Obama had in the mission? A lot of that information is highly classified.
User avatar #264 - compared (03/11/2015) [-]
Thanks for the mention, hope you are well.
User avatar #269 - Deeticky (03/12/2015) [-]
You must get mentioned a lot. I hope you are well too.
User avatar #270 - compared (03/12/2015) [-]
I get around 50 a day and thanks
#167 - I respectfully disagree. I think that the security risks facin…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/10/2015 on Air Force One 0
User avatar #168 - lean (03/11/2015) [-]
Security risks.......... as in assasination? They don't do that while he is in a plane, they wait until he leaves it. Nuclear fallout? If that happens it will be irrelevant who the president is. 26 crew required, 2 kitchens, and 76 passengers in only 4,000 sq. feet? How do they manage? You are right, I changed my mind, its not excessive. The current president's airfare alone was over 3 million dollars for his family xmas vacation. Guess which plane was used
User avatar #169 - Deeticky (03/12/2015) [-]
I don't see why a potential assassin would not consider downing the president's plane as an option if it seemed like it was doable. In the event of nuclear fallout the president would actually be incredibly relevant as he would need to make the decisions that guide the survivors and mobilize the military. I suppose he would only become irrelevant in the event that enough nuclear missiles hit to wipe out the entire country plus the numerous U.S. military bases throughout the world.

It's important to remember that the president's plane is not just a plane, it also serves as a place for him to do business, have meetings with important officials, give orders, prepare diplomatic agendas, and just generally do the job he was elected to do. It takes a sizable crew to make sure that Airforce One is set up to handle the president's workload. Pretty much everything the president does is part of his job, even the family vacations (His mental health is critical to his ability to perform his duties).
#112 - 18 of our presidents have had assassinations attempted on them… 03/06/2015 on Air Force One 0
#102 - Which parts seem unnecessary to you?  [+] (4 new replies) 03/06/2015 on Air Force One 0
User avatar #166 - lean (03/09/2015) [-]
Pretty much all of it. it is excessive at the very least.
User avatar #167 - Deeticky (03/10/2015) [-]
I respectfully disagree. I think that the security risks facing the president combined with the huge amount of work that the president has to get done on any given day make these features necessary.
User avatar #168 - lean (03/11/2015) [-]
Security risks.......... as in assasination? They don't do that while he is in a plane, they wait until he leaves it. Nuclear fallout? If that happens it will be irrelevant who the president is. 26 crew required, 2 kitchens, and 76 passengers in only 4,000 sq. feet? How do they manage? You are right, I changed my mind, its not excessive. The current president's airfare alone was over 3 million dollars for his family xmas vacation. Guess which plane was used
User avatar #169 - Deeticky (03/12/2015) [-]
I don't see why a potential assassin would not consider downing the president's plane as an option if it seemed like it was doable. In the event of nuclear fallout the president would actually be incredibly relevant as he would need to make the decisions that guide the survivors and mobilize the military. I suppose he would only become irrelevant in the event that enough nuclear missiles hit to wipe out the entire country plus the numerous U.S. military bases throughout the world.

It's important to remember that the president's plane is not just a plane, it also serves as a place for him to do business, have meetings with important officials, give orders, prepare diplomatic agendas, and just generally do the job he was elected to do. It takes a sizable crew to make sure that Airforce One is set up to handle the president's workload. Pretty much everything the president does is part of his job, even the family vacations (His mental health is critical to his ability to perform his duties).
#54 - I looked it up and it turns out that scientists have come to a… 03/06/2015 on Al Gore on 4chan +1
#72 - Your logic is impeccable. I am utterly convinced. 02/28/2015 on Italians +2
#69 - Blaming modern Germans for those wars is like blaming modern A…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/28/2015 on Italians +1
#71 - cursesnew (02/28/2015) [-]
But it's Germany, zhey are evil.
User avatar #72 - Deeticky (02/28/2015) [-]
Your logic is impeccable. I am utterly convinced.
#122 - I agree, it's really sad. Unfortunately, it happens to women a… 02/28/2015 on Kek'd +1
#188 - Much of this is likely propaganda created by the emperors' pol… 02/23/2015 on Facts About Rome and Shit +1

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I hadn't been on FJ for ~ 1.5 years so I don't know what has/hasn't been done. Just couldn't be ****** studying so drew that instead. Didn't mean to annoy peeps but cheers for the feedback man
User avatar #5 to #1 - traffy (01/02/2014) [-]
you should shut the **** up
User avatar #6 to #5 - CannonFodder (01/04/2014) [-]
Lol care
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