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#34 - Global warming might be disagreed upon, but that is mainly due…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/22/2014 on Stephen Colbert's thoughts... +2
#40 - mrlalman (23 hours ago) [-]
Global climate change caused by human activity is a pretty good description. Would also like to add that a LOT of people don't understand the differences between global climate and local weather. "Oh, the first snow came today, last year it din't come until the second of next month. So much for the whole global warming hoax."
#29 - What has happened is that people have been informed that the c…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/22/2014 on Stephen Colbert's thoughts... +6
#46 - caucasianblackbear (20 hours ago) [-]
To quote the late George Carlin:

"The planet will be fine. It's the people that are fucked!"
#32 - Womens Study Major (11/22/2014) [-]
But that's all just hyperbolic sentiment, not fact? It's widely disputed. It's not lobbyists vs scientists, it has a for and against crowd within science. Do some actual research, and that goes for both of you.
#36 - popeflatus (23 hours ago) [-]
No, the science is firm that global warming is real and there is a certainty of 95-100% that it is human caused. The vast majority of scientists agree upon this and it is only a handful on the outside of science that make a lot of noise that dispute this.
User avatar #34 - Shramin (11/22/2014) [-]
Global warming might be disagreed upon, but that is mainly due to having used the wrong term. Global Climate Change would be better bout is also kind of vague. Humans are affecting the climate and the atmosphere, and its detrimental, but its not as extreme as some would have us believe. It could become extreme if not cared about for the future.
#40 - mrlalman (23 hours ago) [-]
Global climate change caused by human activity is a pretty good description. Would also like to add that a LOT of people don't understand the differences between global climate and local weather. "Oh, the first snow came today, last year it din't come until the second of next month. So much for the whole global warming hoax."
#22 - And yet Switzerland is fourth on the list, Serbia is second with 58. 11/20/2014 on The Swiss dont fuck arround +4
#44 - No. 11/19/2014 on Press X to pay your respects +14
#44 - It depends where you are, I grew up primarily in Europe and Se…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/18/2014 on Sex 12 0
#47 - gloot (11/18/2014) [-]
I grew up in Europe aswell but I had the disadvantage of Poland being insanely catholic country. Things change here very fast in almost every aspect but during my childhood it was kind of a problem. There were teenager targeted magzines with "bodychecks" and stuff like that but they were quickly targeted by conservative groups. Family internal stuff was well into 1950's in that aspect. At least in a big part of homes. Nowadays it's very different but I got the oldschool treatment.
#42 - I'm certain you will be able to tell when the kids are startin…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/18/2014 on Sex 12 0
#43 - gloot (11/18/2014) [-]
And that's something that I would have to face. Not looking forward to this but It;s just how the things are.

On the serious note though: I think our culture has some serious problems concerning the sex subject being such a taboo in the families and being portrayed as something awkward and sometimes even repulsive when you talk about your family members. Generates obvious problems when it comes to first sex ed (from your parents) and even can mess up someones sexuality I think.
User avatar #44 - Shramin (11/18/2014) [-]
It depends where you are, I grew up primarily in Europe and Sex is not really a taboo thing there in the same way as in North America (currently in Canada).
An example of that is that in Scandinavia you will find magazines with naked people right next to comic books aimed at children.

Primary focus in Europe is Violence instead of Sexual behaviour, and as a result sex ed is generally taught thoroughly and in multiple years as people may need new information as they get older.
#47 - gloot (11/18/2014) [-]
I grew up in Europe aswell but I had the disadvantage of Poland being insanely catholic country. Things change here very fast in almost every aspect but during my childhood it was kind of a problem. There were teenager targeted magzines with "bodychecks" and stuff like that but they were quickly targeted by conservative groups. Family internal stuff was well into 1950's in that aspect. At least in a big part of homes. Nowadays it's very different but I got the oldschool treatment.
#40 - And yet you are akward by the find that parents do indeed have sex.  [+] (5 new replies) 11/18/2014 on Sex 12 -1
#41 - gloot (11/18/2014) [-]
No it's not the fact itself. I'm way past the birds&bees stuff. I found out long ago...like 3 years ago or maybe even more.

Just the fact that you have definite indicators (bell, lube) when it happens plus a very creative visual mind equals a feeling that I wouldn't mind to go away quickly. Not my first choice of topic to think about. I guess it goes both ways however. I'll make an update when I get my own kids. Because sure as hell I'm not going to ask my parents.
User avatar #42 - Shramin (11/18/2014) [-]
I'm certain you will be able to tell when the kids are starting to think, behave and move towards sexually active lives. Mostly since you were a child once yourself and you know what you did when trying to "hide" from parents.
#43 - gloot (11/18/2014) [-]
And that's something that I would have to face. Not looking forward to this but It;s just how the things are.

On the serious note though: I think our culture has some serious problems concerning the sex subject being such a taboo in the families and being portrayed as something awkward and sometimes even repulsive when you talk about your family members. Generates obvious problems when it comes to first sex ed (from your parents) and even can mess up someones sexuality I think.
User avatar #44 - Shramin (11/18/2014) [-]
It depends where you are, I grew up primarily in Europe and Sex is not really a taboo thing there in the same way as in North America (currently in Canada).
An example of that is that in Scandinavia you will find magazines with naked people right next to comic books aimed at children.

Primary focus in Europe is Violence instead of Sexual behaviour, and as a result sex ed is generally taught thoroughly and in multiple years as people may need new information as they get older.
#47 - gloot (11/18/2014) [-]
I grew up in Europe aswell but I had the disadvantage of Poland being insanely catholic country. Things change here very fast in almost every aspect but during my childhood it was kind of a problem. There were teenager targeted magzines with "bodychecks" and stuff like that but they were quickly targeted by conservative groups. Family internal stuff was well into 1950's in that aspect. At least in a big part of homes. Nowadays it's very different but I got the oldschool treatment.
#37 - lol kids and their attitude towards their parents having sex.  [+] (7 new replies) 11/18/2014 on Sex 12 -1
#39 - gloot (11/18/2014) [-]
Dude, I'm 30...

Still dont wan't to know oddly enough.
User avatar #40 - Shramin (11/18/2014) [-]
And yet you are akward by the find that parents do indeed have sex.
#41 - gloot (11/18/2014) [-]
No it's not the fact itself. I'm way past the birds&bees stuff. I found out long ago...like 3 years ago or maybe even more.

Just the fact that you have definite indicators (bell, lube) when it happens plus a very creative visual mind equals a feeling that I wouldn't mind to go away quickly. Not my first choice of topic to think about. I guess it goes both ways however. I'll make an update when I get my own kids. Because sure as hell I'm not going to ask my parents.
User avatar #42 - Shramin (11/18/2014) [-]
I'm certain you will be able to tell when the kids are starting to think, behave and move towards sexually active lives. Mostly since you were a child once yourself and you know what you did when trying to "hide" from parents.
#43 - gloot (11/18/2014) [-]
And that's something that I would have to face. Not looking forward to this but It;s just how the things are.

On the serious note though: I think our culture has some serious problems concerning the sex subject being such a taboo in the families and being portrayed as something awkward and sometimes even repulsive when you talk about your family members. Generates obvious problems when it comes to first sex ed (from your parents) and even can mess up someones sexuality I think.
User avatar #44 - Shramin (11/18/2014) [-]
It depends where you are, I grew up primarily in Europe and Sex is not really a taboo thing there in the same way as in North America (currently in Canada).
An example of that is that in Scandinavia you will find magazines with naked people right next to comic books aimed at children.

Primary focus in Europe is Violence instead of Sexual behaviour, and as a result sex ed is generally taught thoroughly and in multiple years as people may need new information as they get older.
#47 - gloot (11/18/2014) [-]
I grew up in Europe aswell but I had the disadvantage of Poland being insanely catholic country. Things change here very fast in almost every aspect but during my childhood it was kind of a problem. There were teenager targeted magzines with "bodychecks" and stuff like that but they were quickly targeted by conservative groups. Family internal stuff was well into 1950's in that aspect. At least in a big part of homes. Nowadays it's very different but I got the oldschool treatment.
#153 - ******** , I live in North America and every time … 11/18/2014 on Air +1
#37 - 1938 is the time he planted the trees, Communist East Germany … 11/18/2014 on Tadolf Switler 0
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