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Kamesakke

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Gender: male
Age: 22
Date Signed Up:3/07/2008
Last Login:7/07/2015
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#80 - I don't quite understand. Michigan is both a B* and an N. HOW …  [+] (3 new replies) 06/17/2015 on FUCK. +2
User avatar #144 - nobleneon (06/18/2015) [-]
"Summary of Law: No person may possess as a "pet" any member of the Felidae family (large cats), including their hybrids, any bear species, and any wolf-hybrid unless the animal was possessed prior to July 7, 2000. A prior entry permit must be obtained from the director for all other wild animal or exotic animal species not listed above or regulated by the fish and wildlife service of the United States Department of Interior "
User avatar #156 - Kamesakke (06/18/2015) [-]
Yes. I can read. Now explain what that means in the most basic of ways.
User avatar #157 - nobleneon (06/18/2015) [-]
You cant have Large Cats, Bears, Wolfs, or any Hybrid of those. You need a license for everything else.
#67 - Well, there is a good point, people not practicing what they p…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/06/2015 on burn +3
#70 - anon (06/06/2015) [-]
I have to agree on the part that women are raised a different way.

men are always encouraged to race and win.
women are always encouraged to do their "best".

women are not as competetive. nor are we taught to be competetive. it's often just pink fluffy unicorns. but how can you change it since the idea and the merchandise behind it sells so well?
I was taught to be a man. when I reached teenager years my parents started to teach me about girly stuff. it was a bit harder to adapt and I still fail a little bit at being a woman, but meh. I'm competetive as hell, I hate losing more than anything, and I think it's good a little bit. it's a driving force inside me. why be happy with "the best" you can do when you can go beyond it?

but yeah. I do blame other women too for making themselves "victims". like wtf if you want something done DO IT. stop complaining, it takes you nowhere.
men don't really complain because it's considered as being a crybaby/wussy. so why is it okay that women do it? especially since they waste their time by doing that.
men don't complain, men do.
#69 - anon (06/06/2015) [-]
That's no longer necessarily true, at least in the US. Universities bend over backwards to give women incentives to go into STEM careers, and with the HR departments of most companies dominated by women (and affirmative action in the workplace still being present in much of the US), there tends to be a greater bias towards hiring them as well.
#225 - I just LOVE the way some of these people are like, "OH MY…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/06/2015 on Man receives a beat down... 0
#232 - anon (06/07/2015) [-]
or, hes acting. like he did in college if you fucking did research.
#224 - First. At a hospital, he'd just be told to go home, wash the w… 06/06/2015 on Man receives a beat down... +2
#270 - I'd like to see this chart, with the male perspective added in… 05/29/2015 on How to be a real ALPHA 0
#2 - Comment deleted  [+] (1 new reply) 05/29/2015 on Got eyes on the back 0
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#294 - Comment deleted  [+] (1 new reply) 05/29/2015 on I could use a a big hand... 0
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#284 - Comment deleted  [+] (4 new replies) 05/29/2015 on I could use a a big hand... -2
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#280 - Comment deleted 05/29/2015 on I could use a a big hand... +2
#26 - Innocently ask her to read this and ask for her input. Don't m…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/22/2015 on Woman realizes shes abusive... +1
User avatar #27 - gabemczombie (05/22/2015) [-]
I don't talk to her, at all basically.

Recently my dad's been getting annoyed and telling her off, so i don't think it's getting too bad...
#18 - A. Cultures naturally change. Even faster when it's introduced…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/22/2015 on kek 0
User avatar #19 - nuclearcomedy (05/22/2015) [-]
A. Yes cultures naturally change, however simply attempting to force change through shame will not yield any long-term results, because you're just sowing the seeds of dissent. This is applicable to many former colony countries. Granted, it's also worth noting that Japan has a problem with change because of its generally xenophobic culture. However, it is absolutely silly also on anybody's part to come to a new nation, and expect people to adhere to the former nation's laws (such as Muslims and their Sharia Law, that shit won't fly in Canada, no matter how much Muslims were to preach, and have preached, to become a reality) It's forcing your type of culture as the "proper" way of having a culture, which, as the Japanese person said in the content, is imperialistic in nature.

B. When I said "It's not so much got to do with weeaboos" I was referring to the content (should've made that more clear, my apologies)
The guy being talked down to by the Japanese person was a somewhat prominent figure in the Anti-GG group until this picture came out.
However, in defense of weeaboos, I sincerely doubt many of them try to change a culture much, because it is that fanatical form of fanboyism that essentially gave them the title of weeaboo. There may be those here and there, and yes Culture shock is there, but you forgot to mention the 3rd and 4th possible outcome of culture shock, which are acceptance and cosmopolitanism. Whilst I doubt anything above 10% of weeaboos will be in the 3rd and 4th category we simply cannot dismiss it either however.

My primary argument was that this image has little to do with the subject of weeaboos, because there isn't one in there to properly showcase what exactly you mean.
Also, it's fine if you're frustrated. We all are at times.
#16 - Well, I'd like to argue with some good counter points, but it'…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/22/2015 on kek 0
User avatar #17 - nuclearcomedy (05/22/2015) [-]
Sure thing.
User avatar #18 - Kamesakke (05/22/2015) [-]
A. Cultures naturally change. Even faster when it's introduced to other cultures, especially now-a-days due to internet connections and fast travel around the world. I'm not defending SJW's, as that would just be silly. They're misguided extremists who are as misguided as extremist groups of Christianity, Islam, or any extreme political/spiritual party. That being said, In their attempt to change our cultures, isn't a new thing to be disgusted by. People resist changes due to many reasons. Off the top of my head, I'd say the first few reasons would be a lack of knowledge/fear, A hatred of an individual who supports this movement and this hatred blocks the ability to be objective, or because they themselves are extremists who believe people need to act in a different way.

B. Weaboos may attempt to change Japanese culture to make them feel like home due to other reasons. Most likely the localization of certain shows askews the true Japanese cultures, or their social ineptitude is so severe, they can't transition cultures at all. The inability to transition cultures may have two forms of culture-shock. The complete rejection of it, and wallowing in self pitty, or a reject of the culture and instead favoring the romanticized version, to a form of insanity.

C. The initial comment was out of frustration from idiots mixed with some spontaneous meanness due to back pain, ankle pain, and a lack of patience for more irritants.
User avatar #19 - nuclearcomedy (05/22/2015) [-]
A. Yes cultures naturally change, however simply attempting to force change through shame will not yield any long-term results, because you're just sowing the seeds of dissent. This is applicable to many former colony countries. Granted, it's also worth noting that Japan has a problem with change because of its generally xenophobic culture. However, it is absolutely silly also on anybody's part to come to a new nation, and expect people to adhere to the former nation's laws (such as Muslims and their Sharia Law, that shit won't fly in Canada, no matter how much Muslims were to preach, and have preached, to become a reality) It's forcing your type of culture as the "proper" way of having a culture, which, as the Japanese person said in the content, is imperialistic in nature.

B. When I said "It's not so much got to do with weeaboos" I was referring to the content (should've made that more clear, my apologies)
The guy being talked down to by the Japanese person was a somewhat prominent figure in the Anti-GG group until this picture came out.
However, in defense of weeaboos, I sincerely doubt many of them try to change a culture much, because it is that fanatical form of fanboyism that essentially gave them the title of weeaboo. There may be those here and there, and yes Culture shock is there, but you forgot to mention the 3rd and 4th possible outcome of culture shock, which are acceptance and cosmopolitanism. Whilst I doubt anything above 10% of weeaboos will be in the 3rd and 4th category we simply cannot dismiss it either however.

My primary argument was that this image has little to do with the subject of weeaboos, because there isn't one in there to properly showcase what exactly you mean.
Also, it's fine if you're frustrated. We all are at times.
#13 - ******* right? Japan doesn't want the Weaboos (understa…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/22/2015 on kek 0
User avatar #15 - nuclearcomedy (05/22/2015) [-]
It's not so much got to do with Weaboos. He's more so complaining about Middle-Class white people who move to a new country (in this example being Japan) and wanting to make it as if it were America/England/Sweden with the way they behave.

Weeaboos are probably a bad example to this picture, because they are the exact opposite of the SJW, they accepted and embraced a culture 100% to the extreme, whereas a SJW will reject it 100% to the extreme and try to forcefully change the culture.
User avatar #16 - Kamesakke (05/22/2015) [-]
Well, I'd like to argue with some good counter points, but it's late, and I'm really pooped. So would you be alright If I left you some points tonight, and respond tomorrow?
User avatar #17 - nuclearcomedy (05/22/2015) [-]
Sure thing.
User avatar #18 - Kamesakke (05/22/2015) [-]
A. Cultures naturally change. Even faster when it's introduced to other cultures, especially now-a-days due to internet connections and fast travel around the world. I'm not defending SJW's, as that would just be silly. They're misguided extremists who are as misguided as extremist groups of Christianity, Islam, or any extreme political/spiritual party. That being said, In their attempt to change our cultures, isn't a new thing to be disgusted by. People resist changes due to many reasons. Off the top of my head, I'd say the first few reasons would be a lack of knowledge/fear, A hatred of an individual who supports this movement and this hatred blocks the ability to be objective, or because they themselves are extremists who believe people need to act in a different way.

B. Weaboos may attempt to change Japanese culture to make them feel like home due to other reasons. Most likely the localization of certain shows askews the true Japanese cultures, or their social ineptitude is so severe, they can't transition cultures at all. The inability to transition cultures may have two forms of culture-shock. The complete rejection of it, and wallowing in self pitty, or a reject of the culture and instead favoring the romanticized version, to a form of insanity.

C. The initial comment was out of frustration from idiots mixed with some spontaneous meanness due to back pain, ankle pain, and a lack of patience for more irritants.
User avatar #19 - nuclearcomedy (05/22/2015) [-]
A. Yes cultures naturally change, however simply attempting to force change through shame will not yield any long-term results, because you're just sowing the seeds of dissent. This is applicable to many former colony countries. Granted, it's also worth noting that Japan has a problem with change because of its generally xenophobic culture. However, it is absolutely silly also on anybody's part to come to a new nation, and expect people to adhere to the former nation's laws (such as Muslims and their Sharia Law, that shit won't fly in Canada, no matter how much Muslims were to preach, and have preached, to become a reality) It's forcing your type of culture as the "proper" way of having a culture, which, as the Japanese person said in the content, is imperialistic in nature.

B. When I said "It's not so much got to do with weeaboos" I was referring to the content (should've made that more clear, my apologies)
The guy being talked down to by the Japanese person was a somewhat prominent figure in the Anti-GG group until this picture came out.
However, in defense of weeaboos, I sincerely doubt many of them try to change a culture much, because it is that fanatical form of fanboyism that essentially gave them the title of weeaboo. There may be those here and there, and yes Culture shock is there, but you forgot to mention the 3rd and 4th possible outcome of culture shock, which are acceptance and cosmopolitanism. Whilst I doubt anything above 10% of weeaboos will be in the 3rd and 4th category we simply cannot dismiss it either however.

My primary argument was that this image has little to do with the subject of weeaboos, because there isn't one in there to properly showcase what exactly you mean.
Also, it's fine if you're frustrated. We all are at times.
#3 - Gouda comp. Fell brea to make another. 05/21/2015 on Cheese comp +1
#4 - You mean... SmartphOWNED  [+] (1 new reply) 05/21/2015 on This just happened to me 0
#11 - jwfivehundred (05/22/2015) [-]
That's exactly what she means.
#25 - This was the first time in a long time since I thumbed an anon. 05/19/2015 on Peta +3
#9 - How the **** did he take off his glasses, which were ri… 05/16/2015 on Prehistoric pepe 0
#46 - I whole-heartedly agree, chap.  [+] (1 new reply) 05/16/2015 on UberFacts +2
User avatar #222 - ubadubba (05/17/2015) [-]
Good god, I was ready for so much scarlet
#248 - I dunno. She doesn't seem to have any abundance of stretch mar…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/15/2015 on HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH... 0
User avatar #261 - epicalania (05/15/2015) [-]
Too heavy for my taste but she doesn't have that lumpy fat the massive ones have, might not be healthy but I doubt she's the sort of person doctors say need help, seems more like they'd suggest it as a long term health factor for her
#230 - I had to re-read the entirety, just soaking in the satisfactio… 05/14/2015 on Weeaboo Stories: The Finale 0
#98 - It's especially funny for me, because there's a mental-health …  [+] (1 new reply) 05/08/2015 on $75k shot +8
User avatar #128 - amsel (05/09/2015) [-]
You should put that on Pintrest
#288 - I had an EJ too... I did like the cloak though, looked hella jedi. 05/08/2015 on Stormpooper +1
#205 - Post-NGEfag. Learn to get gud.... *Sobs uncontrollably* WHY DI…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/08/2015 on Stormpooper +2
User avatar #218 - ferrocordis (05/08/2015) [-]
*cries as well.* I was a level 80 jedi before nge and was having the time of my life with friends and even had a sweet rp going on, then nge happend and took everything I loved away! And all I had was an elder cloak to show for my own pain.

Fuck you Sony online entertainment! You suck!!! I pray for a day star wars galaxies comes back like the old days!!!! Now that was a game!
User avatar #288 - Kamesakke (05/08/2015) [-]
I had an EJ too... I did like the cloak though, looked hella jedi.
#204 - >Photon Light particles. Plus the ******* d… 05/08/2015 on Stormpooper +1
#34 - Yeah... I ****** up pretty bad there didn't I? 05/06/2015 on I may very well die... +2

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#25 - datgrass (06/25/2014) [-]
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#20 - princeofbrokensoul (02/24/2013) [-]
hello
hello
#21 to #20 - Kamesakke (02/24/2013) [-]
Sup?
Sup?
#22 to #21 - princeofbrokensoul (02/24/2013) [-]
oh nothing much yourself?
oh nothing much yourself?
#23 to #22 - Kamesakke (02/24/2013) [-]
Nothing much. Probably gonna go take a nap.
Nothing much. Probably gonna go take a nap.
#24 to #23 - princeofbrokensoul (02/24/2013) [-]
that sounds good.
that sounds good.
User avatar #4 - picori (01/23/2012) [-]
If the pictures you use in the comments are actually you, then I applaud you sir. It's pretty cool that you are being original like that.
User avatar #5 to #4 - Kamesakke (01/23/2012) [-]
Well, I just thought It's easier to express the facial features I'd be using, if I were using my own face.
#2 - cunninglinguist (09/21/2011) [-]
I like your reaction pictures.
User avatar #6 to #2 - Kamesakke (01/23/2012) [-]
I try.
User avatar #7 to #6 - cunninglinguist (01/25/2012) [-]
Wow, I don't even recall posting this comment :(
#8 to #7 - Kamesakke (01/25/2012) [-]
Well I don't recall.....
#10 to #8 - cunninglinguist (01/25/2012) [-]
Ahh, I think I'm starting to remember. You'd make your own reaction pictures. I don't really have much, but here's me giving you a pinkies up for that.
#9 to #8 - Kamesakke (01/25/2012) [-]
YOUR FACE! OH! BURN!
User avatar #1 - roldysauras (09/11/2011) [-]
Make the Me gusta face!!!!
User avatar #3 to #1 - Kamesakke (12/09/2011) [-]
Sadly, I can not. I have tried.
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