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#11 - Picture 06/28/2016 on Oops, wrong car +128
#232 - I just noticed i didnt address something you said (kinda went … 06/25/2016 on Referendum Twits Pt 3 0
#230 - I agree on your point that learning about a profession will ma… 06/25/2016 on Referendum Twits Pt 3 0
#215 - your one of the good ones. im just a year older then you and i…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/25/2016 on Referendum Twits Pt 3 0
#239 - ruped (06/26/2016) [-]
My entire family are losing their shit like it's the apocalypse, haven't even told them I voted leave yet because I think I'd get lynched faster than a gay kid in a westboro baptist home
#214 - more knowledge about sciences =/= knowledge about how the worl…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/25/2016 on Referendum Twits Pt 3 +1
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#229 - donatelo (06/25/2016) [-]
Sciences are not the only thing available at a college, things like political science, economics (most of my buddies are Econ majors) international business etc are courses that alone would make someone more intelligible on the topic than someone who hasn't taken them. likewise, full on maturity on average is already reached at level 25..the only thing that comes with old age is an understanding of the beurocracies of government or life that aren't taught at schools ( how to file taxes, simple repairs, etc).

I've learned things in a course in which the professor said that the information would be dated in 2 years..now imagine what an old person might know that I wouldn't. And I'm not trying to be cocky, it's just how knowledge and tech works. My sons and their sons will soon make me look like an idiot if I don't keep up, otherwise I'll pretend like I'm smart with "wisdom".
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#232 - FearTheToilet (06/25/2016) [-]
I just noticed i didnt address something you said (kinda went on a tangent lol) but when it comes to tech, yes it is the way of the future but it doesnt mean that everything that comes with it is good. Just as an example there are people who cant properly communicate with others because the only thing they ever dealt with is some form of tech. Why do you think when you talk to most old people they always have something to talk about and can keep a convo going? Ive talked to young people who you cant even have small talk with, and for that i think tech is PARTLY to blame. Because before that the only way you could live was to be ACTUALLY social not just use social media.

On the other hand tech also helps us reach out to people we otherwise wouldn't be able to. Its a double edged sword, you have to cherry pick (only time cherry picking is good) when it comes to these things cuz old school and new school both have amazing quality's. So you gotta pick the best of both. But people dont do that, they do whats cool.
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#230 - FearTheToilet (06/25/2016) [-]
I agree on your point that learning about a profession will make you more intelligent on the topic (like econ as you said). However when it comes to the way the world works college cant help you just because you attend classes. the only way you can learn things is through experience (in this context). Yes new and modern ideas come along all the time and you have to "stay with the times" to keep up, but history repeats itself and listing to the people who have been through both sides is the best way to go in my opinion. when it comes to britex the older gen has lived with and without the EU so they have the perspective (in this case) on which direction the country is better off in.
#107 - not saying hes never made a good point but if you notice all h… 06/25/2016 on HAIL BRITANNIA 0
#42 - i see all these posts about how all the young people wanted to…  [+] (15 new replies) 06/24/2016 on Referendum Twits Pt 3 +41
#150 - wadawada (06/25/2016) [-]
That's complicated, because young people are unexperienced delusional idiots and meanwhile old folks are demented nostalgic delusional idiots. And nothing is just black and white.
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#113 - donatelo (06/25/2016) [-]
no. the young generation today knows more than the old generation did when they were the same age. new discoveries and school curriculum were and continue to be updated and information is more refined. The simple truth is that future generations will become smarter than previous generations.
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#214 - FearTheToilet (06/25/2016) [-]
more knowledge about sciences =/= knowledge about how the world works. I agree kids these days are smarter in a classical sense but most lack real world experience (see safe spaces in schools and "calling me names makes you a meanie" culture). Its hard to get world experience. the best way to do it is to just live thats why teens hate their parents but later learn to see their parents were right (most of the time). most young people lack real experience, and so do i, but at least i know the world is a hard place and there is no "safe spaces" when you get down to it.
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#229 - donatelo (06/25/2016) [-]
Sciences are not the only thing available at a college, things like political science, economics (most of my buddies are Econ majors) international business etc are courses that alone would make someone more intelligible on the topic than someone who hasn't taken them. likewise, full on maturity on average is already reached at level 25..the only thing that comes with old age is an understanding of the beurocracies of government or life that aren't taught at schools ( how to file taxes, simple repairs, etc).

I've learned things in a course in which the professor said that the information would be dated in 2 years..now imagine what an old person might know that I wouldn't. And I'm not trying to be cocky, it's just how knowledge and tech works. My sons and their sons will soon make me look like an idiot if I don't keep up, otherwise I'll pretend like I'm smart with "wisdom".
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#232 - FearTheToilet (06/25/2016) [-]
I just noticed i didnt address something you said (kinda went on a tangent lol) but when it comes to tech, yes it is the way of the future but it doesnt mean that everything that comes with it is good. Just as an example there are people who cant properly communicate with others because the only thing they ever dealt with is some form of tech. Why do you think when you talk to most old people they always have something to talk about and can keep a convo going? Ive talked to young people who you cant even have small talk with, and for that i think tech is PARTLY to blame. Because before that the only way you could live was to be ACTUALLY social not just use social media.

On the other hand tech also helps us reach out to people we otherwise wouldn't be able to. Its a double edged sword, you have to cherry pick (only time cherry picking is good) when it comes to these things cuz old school and new school both have amazing quality's. So you gotta pick the best of both. But people dont do that, they do whats cool.
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#230 - FearTheToilet (06/25/2016) [-]
I agree on your point that learning about a profession will make you more intelligent on the topic (like econ as you said). However when it comes to the way the world works college cant help you just because you attend classes. the only way you can learn things is through experience (in this context). Yes new and modern ideas come along all the time and you have to "stay with the times" to keep up, but history repeats itself and listing to the people who have been through both sides is the best way to go in my opinion. when it comes to britex the older gen has lived with and without the EU so they have the perspective (in this case) on which direction the country is better off in.
#127 - anon (06/25/2016) [-]
>the young generation today knows more than the old generation did when they were the same age

Well, isn't it a funny thing that they aren't the same age? Though, I look forward to seeing them getting the same treatment from their grandchildren too.
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#142 - donatelo (06/25/2016) [-]
Retard fucking anon, read again.
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#74 - ruped (06/25/2016) [-]
21 year old Brit here. If you'd asked me about 3 months before the referendum which way I was voting I'd have said remain. I voted leave. Because in the week beforehand I actually started doing research on my own, watching debates and things, rather than just going with my gut or what liberal media tells me. In doing so I found out how anti-democratic the EU was, how much more power it's trying to get for itself and how stagnant the Euro Zone's economy is compared to the rest of the worlds. It was a no brainer tbh
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#215 - FearTheToilet (06/25/2016) [-]
your one of the good ones. im just a year older then you and i had liberal views my whole life (i used to be a "feminist") then i did my own research instead of sitting around reading BS on the web and just taking it as fact without bothering to check . I used to hate conservatives but once i started learning for myself (insted of letting lib fucks teach me) i found the good and bad of both sides so i dont associate plitically with ether (american) party now. I was always for britan to leave (even though i live in US) because i researched the EU on my own (and realized how fucked it was). God speed ruped the road is hard and bumpy but do not falter, the masses will hate you but you will find people will throw shit your way but you must make your own decisions and even if you turn out to be wrong at least you can own it.
#239 - ruped (06/26/2016) [-]
My entire family are losing their shit like it's the apocalypse, haven't even told them I voted leave yet because I think I'd get lynched faster than a gay kid in a westboro baptist home
#89 - anon (06/25/2016) [-]
Well thank you for sharing.
#93 - ruped (06/25/2016) [-]
Welcome
#90 - anon (06/25/2016) [-]
No really, I mean it.
#10 - I hate the ***** who take every word this guy says as an unbia…  [+] (13 new replies) 06/24/2016 on HAIL BRITANNIA +57
#104 - anon (06/25/2016) [-]
Bt you got to admit most of the time he makes good points.
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#107 - FearTheToilet (06/25/2016) [-]
not saying hes never made a good point but if you notice all his "Good points" are (almost?) always liberal viewpoints (i haven't seen everything hes done, so i cant say 100%, but everything i have seen has been all lib stuff). Im not a conservative and im not a liberal, both sides have good ideas depending on the subject and anyone who fails to see that is close minded in my opinion.
#85 - bgr (06/24/2016) [-]
I think its more about the old politican owning cronies who pay John Oliver's paycheck. Hes just a comedic mouthpiece
#47 - anon (06/24/2016) [-]
Yeah, except when he explains a subject to me, it is backed up with research, actual data, and he cites his sources. Not biased propaganda.
#76 - archael (06/24/2016) [-]
Just because a source is cited doesn't mean the source isn't complete bullshit. Try doing your own research and see what you find when you actually check for credibility in sources.
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#82 - greatgatsby (06/24/2016) [-]
So you are telling me you can find a list of unbiased sources on the good points of Brexit as well as a team of HBO interns.

Questioning data basically kills any argument possible and pretty much ruins the point of even debating issues. I had to do case studies for my economics class so I say fuck you for questioning my bias, it is hard enough to find 25 reliable sources let alone find ones that pertain to my personal ideology.

Saying that you cannot trust scientific data collected by experts is the same as saying fuck doctors I'm gonna eat roots to cure cancer.
#83 - archael (06/24/2016) [-]
My apologies, I guess I did word it rather vaguely.

I was agreeing with you about doing you're own research, and that Oliver's sources are the fucky ones.
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#86 - greatgatsby (06/24/2016) [-]
but they weren't, if you actually watched the bit he cited many economic analysts both British and American that saw the Brexit only negatively effecting Britain.

Now I'm not saying that John Oliver did not have a bias, but it is not because he was bias that the data was.

#88 - archael (06/24/2016) [-]
I was speaking generally. I never watched that episode. I stopped watching because of the contradictions he would make, like when he mocked the idea of cyber bullying being real, and later on explained that only white males are immune to cyber bullying.
#145 - anon (06/25/2016) [-]
So then you actually have no idea? You didn't watch the episode, but you are very opinionated about what he said in the episode was wrong.
#149 - archael (06/25/2016) [-]
Like I said,

"I was speaking generally."

When did I fucking say ANYTHING about what was said in that episode? When did I speak of anything to do with Europe or Britain? When did I bring up anything about brexit or whatever?

I was talking about John Oliver you assuming dipshit. Actually READ before replying.
#84 - archael (06/24/2016) [-]
your* fuck
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#63 - GnRNoD (06/24/2016) [-]
>implying sources can't be biased.
>he's not only "researching" where it's convenient.
>you don't have the balls to log in to say that.
>I even know who this guy is
>I'm not just saying this because I'm bored.
#2 - whats with the ******* music?? 06/24/2016 on EYE see your point +5
#78 - honestly i was expecting this at the end 06/20/2016 on voice actors +2