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Date Signed Up:5/02/2010
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#147 - Not even deadlier in a crowd. The worst thing you can have the… 07/22/2016 on AR-15 ≠ M-16 0
#14 - A tiny cage? Yes this will make the dog miserable. But a reaso…  [+] (7 new replies) 07/18/2016 on Mama shows off her baby to... +2
#47 - bakagaijin (07/18/2016) [-]
**bakagaijin used "*roll picture*"**
**bakagaijin rolled image**You said it yourself... dogs need humans and are dependant on them due to thousands of years of domestication... big cats? Not so much
#72 - anon (07/22/2016) [-]
they're not used to tiny cages either
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#39 - drpenguinz (07/18/2016) [-]
after your previous definition they dont understand the concept of freedom?
a tiny cage and a large cage therefore dont differ.

ofc they understand freedom. they are born to hunt. they have fun hunting. because thats how nature made them.
#46 - rednax (07/18/2016) [-]
There's a difference between freedom and freedom of movement. Dogs need to exercise.
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#50 - drpenguinz (07/18/2016) [-]
and you honestly think they can in a zoo?
there is a minor difference between the freedom of movement in a zoo and in nature...
large animals in captivity always looks like they suffer...especially polar bears n shit, thats just cruel to see
also stuff like penguins, they swim hundreds of miles each year, i dont remember exactly, but these animals travel a lot.
im really not a fan of zoos man :c
it does look anything but natural seeing these animals in captivity, its just no fun to look at them simply sitting around, waiting for food.

and like i said...hunters are born to hunt. they dont just need excercise. they need to hunt to be happy. they could be scavengers, but thats not how nature made them. they hunt because they love to. ever seen a cat run after a laser? these animals need that shit so badly.

im really really no fan of zoos :cc
#53 - rednax (07/18/2016) [-]
I wasn't looking to get into that argument, It's just that to a dog, a domesticated animal, a tiny cage and a large cage differ very much.
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#60 - drpenguinz (07/18/2016) [-]
yes indeed
but a large cage and nature, the largest cage available, also differ very much
...which was my argument
#10 - Animals are not like people. They don't understand the concept…  [+] (14 new replies) 07/18/2016 on Mama shows off her baby to... -44
#63 - anon (07/18/2016) [-]
you are so wrong.. Humans are animals, and we all have emotions. Other animals, like humans, love the sights & sounds of nature, and the freedom to roam it. You have obviously never owned an animal.
#58 - anon (07/18/2016) [-]
So why do some animals refuse to eat until they starve to death when they are locked in then?
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#19 - syntheticdoll (07/18/2016) [-]
I think they do have SOME concept of freedom or captivity, if you think about it most wild animals are really hard to breed in captivity. Even if they don't understand the whole thing they probably know this is not how they are supposed to live, instincts and such.
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#20 - dislikinator (07/18/2016) [-]
wild animals in captivity are stressed out because they can't do that thing they used to do. They're usually taken away from their pack. It's not about freedom or captivity, it's about a change in circumstances. And stressed animals hardly breed, especially females, where stress can actually for many mamals destroy the egg cell before ovulation. Because of how change affects animals, the ones that are bred in captivity can't just be set free. They'll usually die, and even if they don't, they'll never act like their true wild equivalent, bearing barely any offspring if at all..
#16 - maxxtor (07/18/2016) [-]
#12 - infested (07/18/2016) [-]
While I'm pretty sure animals don't have thoughts like this, or tell stories, I'm pretty sure that some are more developed than others. If you leave a dog in a tiny cage, and keep it clean and fed, it'll still be misarable. I can buy that argument for snails and stuff, but larger mammals have more complex needs.
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#14 - MrFish (07/18/2016) [-]
A tiny cage? Yes this will make the dog miserable. But a reasonably sized backyard and food in the bowl will make for happy a pupper. Also someone to love it because dogs are both pack animals and have developed a need for human companionship over thousands of years of domestication.
#47 - bakagaijin (07/18/2016) [-]
**bakagaijin used "*roll picture*"**
**bakagaijin rolled image**You said it yourself... dogs need humans and are dependant on them due to thousands of years of domestication... big cats? Not so much
#72 - anon (07/22/2016) [-]
they're not used to tiny cages either
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#39 - drpenguinz (07/18/2016) [-]
after your previous definition they dont understand the concept of freedom?
a tiny cage and a large cage therefore dont differ.

ofc they understand freedom. they are born to hunt. they have fun hunting. because thats how nature made them.
#46 - rednax (07/18/2016) [-]
There's a difference between freedom and freedom of movement. Dogs need to exercise.
User avatar
#50 - drpenguinz (07/18/2016) [-]
and you honestly think they can in a zoo?
there is a minor difference between the freedom of movement in a zoo and in nature...
large animals in captivity always looks like they suffer...especially polar bears n shit, thats just cruel to see
also stuff like penguins, they swim hundreds of miles each year, i dont remember exactly, but these animals travel a lot.
im really not a fan of zoos man :c
it does look anything but natural seeing these animals in captivity, its just no fun to look at them simply sitting around, waiting for food.

and like i said...hunters are born to hunt. they dont just need excercise. they need to hunt to be happy. they could be scavengers, but thats not how nature made them. they hunt because they love to. ever seen a cat run after a laser? these animals need that shit so badly.

im really really no fan of zoos :cc
#53 - rednax (07/18/2016) [-]
I wasn't looking to get into that argument, It's just that to a dog, a domesticated animal, a tiny cage and a large cage differ very much.
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#60 - drpenguinz (07/18/2016) [-]
yes indeed
but a large cage and nature, the largest cage available, also differ very much
...which was my argument
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#96 - presentdent (07/01/2016) [-]
They're using sabers, dumbass.
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#63 - inflttrone (07/01/2016) [-]
Their mistake was using a weapon without pommels.
#62 - tommylocks (07/01/2016) [-]
I was actually looking for this in the comment section
#73 - I'm going to have to admit that I don't know enough to refute … 06/20/2016 on reminder 0
#66 - I've got and news for you but the government doesn't give a du…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/20/2016 on reminder 0
#69 - Stevethewizard (06/20/2016) [-]
Got some news for you, bruh.
There are automatic deductions from your paycheck for taxes. Even if you claim a ridiculous number of exemptions, you still pay some tax. Social Security taxes are automatic at a set percentage based on your income per paycheck, and all the other taxes are based around that percentage with a deduction for each exemption you claim.
The "they don't pay taxes" argument gets shot to shit when you realize that these automatic taxes being taken out, coupled with the fact the unregistered immigrant can't file a tax return, pays more taxes on their income than a legal citizen under the same circumstances.
The only possible situations where you'd have an unregistered immigrant not paying taxes are if they ran their own small business that was also completely unregistered, or if they were literally always paid in cash, and there are problems with either situation.
In the first, running a small business without it being registered is outright illegal. I understand that they're already breaking laws by working illegally in a country they entered illegally, but this is a different set of laws with a far larger set of warning signs for people to see. You can't advertise an unregistered business without immediately drawing attention to it, and word of mouth is more unreliable and equally risky. If someone is unsatisfied with your work and decides to file a lawsuit, your ass is immediately in the spotlight. Finally, if your business is undocumented, you can't accept credit or debit cards as a form of payment, and you couldn't cash checks (due to check cashing requiring identification and/or a bank account/credit union membership), meaning your business would be "cash only", which leads to the next set of problems.
In the second situation, there's the problem of the "always paid in cash" thing. If your employer is paying you in cash, chances are you're going to get ripped off. That's not the primary issue, but it's a big one, especially when you're unlikely to get decent work to begin with (even if you have both an MD with a specialty in Neurosurgery and a PhD in Astrophysics, without documentation of your identity, you're not even qualified to work at a fucking Walmart or McDonalds). Moving large amounts of cash also draws attention to you, and without any documentation, you're unable to open a bank account or line of credit.

tl;dr: Unless the undocumented immigrant is working solely for cash, they're paying taxes. And, if they're paying taxes without being able to file a tax return, they're going to be overpaying. Finally, if they're working solely for cash, they aren't taking up an extant job.
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#73 - MrFish (06/20/2016) [-]
I'm going to have to admit that I don't know enough to refute your argument
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