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#26 - Mostly lack of capital. Once you have excess funds it isn't th… 05/25/2016 on some booze 0
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#190 - Tuition rates are entirely dependent on where you choose to go…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/06/2016 on /b/ on presidential candidates 0
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#191 - guillem (05/06/2016) [-]
Hillary has called Sanders out on his "negativity", and those terribly mild attacks made by him affected her image drastically, wait until Trump gets a go. I think he'll beat her if the race is between those two, yet again, I'll be disappointed whoever becomes the POTUS.

The thing is, 2k per semester is still high, that's 6k per year (if you don't have to pay for housing and food which is a big IF). The most elite and top of the notch private university where live costs 14k per year, that's still less than half of which my friend in the US will pay, and his university isn't that good (it's not by any means bad but it isn't top of the list either). My point is not that there are not cheap college options in the US, my point is that those options should be widespread and available to everyone, not just a few. I think it is fucked up, and the same goes for healthcare: people can literally die in the US if they contract a severe and expensive-treating illness such as needing a heart transplant, while in my country the state covers that for you. I still pay for a private insurance for the convenience of it (it includes dental, for example), but it costs me only about 40 euros per month.

I think the US is so afraid of the "big state" that you guys have forgotten what it can do for you, and I find that depressing. You're a superpower, more than fifty times my country, yet a massive portion of your citizens lives miserably or in fear of going bankrupt. You should be a society that everyone aspires to imitate, not what you currently are, that's why I had high hopes for Sanders: what he is proposing sounds like unbelievable to most Americans, but the truth is that many countries in Europe already have that welfare system in place and it works well.
#182 - Yeah, I'll agree with you there. I misspoke (mistyped?. He at …  [+] (3 new replies) 05/05/2016 on /b/ on presidential candidates -1
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#189 - guillem (05/06/2016) [-]
I don't think his policies are awful though, I think the US is fucked up. Here we get free healthcare Yeah, I know, it's not free, we all pay for it , college only costs about 2k per year A friend of mine in Pennsylvania told me last week that his tuition was 36k per fucking year and the state even pays for retirement once we retire Again, we pay for it, but it's my point . We still have a capitalist country, and the truth is that we don't pay a lot more taxes than you guys do in the US, it's all about where you allocate the resources. His economic policies are far from being awful, in fact they make a lot of sense, and many economists have backed that claim, even people who shouldn't be endorsing Bernie (such as Asher Edelman). I'm just utterly disappointed people aren't paying attention to what he's actually proposing.

I can't stand the sight of Clinton, and I'll be utterly disappointed if she becomes nominee, yet alone the POTUS, but I don't get why people aren't voting for Sanders in droves. From an international perspective, most people in the occidental world are scratching their heads wondering how you let Sanders go and elected Clint Cunt and Trump instead. I don't like Trump either, he's a brilliant politician, as he knows exactly what to say and when to say it, but he would be a disaster as President, in my honest opinion.
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#190 - Stamyham (05/06/2016) [-]
Tuition rates are entirely dependent on where you choose to go. I go to a smaller college and my tuition is only $2k a semester - it's still a 4-year university and the education is just as good if not better than state universities especially because bigger universities often make PhD students teach intro level classes and at my school every class is taught by somebody with a doctorate in that field . Affordable college is easily an option, and people just need to boycott large, expensive universities until they lower their prices to reasonable ranges.

To be fair, economists are fairly split on their opinions of Sanders' policies. I've seen many on either side of the debate, all with valid points of their own. Much of what he's claimed to do could have far reaching implications raising minimum wage, healthcare, etc. none of them so much bad practices as just not being practical for how our country is set up .
I can't stand Clinton either, and unfortunately she fights dirty and was the Establishment candidate and therefore had very little chance to lose the nomination to Sanders who even democrats see as a bit of an oddball . I personally think Trump stands a good chance against Hillary. Trump excels at dirty politics, from what he's shown so far, and Hillary has a lot of dirt that could be dug up and used against her.
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#191 - guillem (05/06/2016) [-]
Hillary has called Sanders out on his "negativity", and those terribly mild attacks made by him affected her image drastically, wait until Trump gets a go. I think he'll beat her if the race is between those two, yet again, I'll be disappointed whoever becomes the POTUS.

The thing is, 2k per semester is still high, that's 6k per year (if you don't have to pay for housing and food which is a big IF). The most elite and top of the notch private university where live costs 14k per year, that's still less than half of which my friend in the US will pay, and his university isn't that good (it's not by any means bad but it isn't top of the list either). My point is not that there are not cheap college options in the US, my point is that those options should be widespread and available to everyone, not just a few. I think it is fucked up, and the same goes for healthcare: people can literally die in the US if they contract a severe and expensive-treating illness such as needing a heart transplant, while in my country the state covers that for you. I still pay for a private insurance for the convenience of it (it includes dental, for example), but it costs me only about 40 euros per month.

I think the US is so afraid of the "big state" that you guys have forgotten what it can do for you, and I find that depressing. You're a superpower, more than fifty times my country, yet a massive portion of your citizens lives miserably or in fear of going bankrupt. You should be a society that everyone aspires to imitate, not what you currently are, that's why I had high hopes for Sanders: what he is proposing sounds like unbelievable to most Americans, but the truth is that many countries in Europe already have that welfare system in place and it works well.
#145 - Meh, it's basically over anyway. Sanders never had a chance.  [+] (5 new replies) 05/05/2016 on /b/ on presidential candidates -1
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#163 - guillem (05/05/2016) [-]
He's got more votes than any of the candidates challenging Trump until now though, and he isn't that far behind Shillary. He does indeed have a [bold]VERY[bold] slim chance to win, I don't deny that, but people shouldn't say "he never had a chance", because I don't think that's the case here.

He's always had the odds stacked up against him, pretty literally (neither the DNC, big companies nor most media outlets want him to become the POTUS, and he's portraying himself with a "taboo" word in the US, socialism), but he is still doing very well. Not well enough to win, most likely, but that may have been the case if more people had believed it was possible.
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#182 - Stamyham (05/05/2016) [-]
Yeah, I'll agree with you there. I misspoke (mistyped?. He at one point at a slim chance, but he basically has zero chance now. Maybe .0001%, if that. My primary is over, anyway, plus I wouldn't have voted for Sanders anyway. I think his economic policies are awful, and I refuse to vote for anybody who doesn't have a back bone, which he demonstrated when he gave up the mic at whatever rally or speech he was giving to two BLM activists. Also he said that if he won he would formally apologize on behalf of the US for slavery - as if the US were somehow responsible for the invention and spread of slavery.
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#189 - guillem (05/06/2016) [-]
I don't think his policies are awful though, I think the US is fucked up. Here we get free healthcare Yeah, I know, it's not free, we all pay for it , college only costs about 2k per year A friend of mine in Pennsylvania told me last week that his tuition was 36k per fucking year and the state even pays for retirement once we retire Again, we pay for it, but it's my point . We still have a capitalist country, and the truth is that we don't pay a lot more taxes than you guys do in the US, it's all about where you allocate the resources. His economic policies are far from being awful, in fact they make a lot of sense, and many economists have backed that claim, even people who shouldn't be endorsing Bernie (such as Asher Edelman). I'm just utterly disappointed people aren't paying attention to what he's actually proposing.

I can't stand the sight of Clinton, and I'll be utterly disappointed if she becomes nominee, yet alone the POTUS, but I don't get why people aren't voting for Sanders in droves. From an international perspective, most people in the occidental world are scratching their heads wondering how you let Sanders go and elected Clint Cunt and Trump instead. I don't like Trump either, he's a brilliant politician, as he knows exactly what to say and when to say it, but he would be a disaster as President, in my honest opinion.
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#190 - Stamyham (05/06/2016) [-]
Tuition rates are entirely dependent on where you choose to go. I go to a smaller college and my tuition is only $2k a semester - it's still a 4-year university and the education is just as good if not better than state universities especially because bigger universities often make PhD students teach intro level classes and at my school every class is taught by somebody with a doctorate in that field . Affordable college is easily an option, and people just need to boycott large, expensive universities until they lower their prices to reasonable ranges.

To be fair, economists are fairly split on their opinions of Sanders' policies. I've seen many on either side of the debate, all with valid points of their own. Much of what he's claimed to do could have far reaching implications raising minimum wage, healthcare, etc. none of them so much bad practices as just not being practical for how our country is set up .
I can't stand Clinton either, and unfortunately she fights dirty and was the Establishment candidate and therefore had very little chance to lose the nomination to Sanders who even democrats see as a bit of an oddball . I personally think Trump stands a good chance against Hillary. Trump excels at dirty politics, from what he's shown so far, and Hillary has a lot of dirt that could be dug up and used against her.
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#191 - guillem (05/06/2016) [-]
Hillary has called Sanders out on his "negativity", and those terribly mild attacks made by him affected her image drastically, wait until Trump gets a go. I think he'll beat her if the race is between those two, yet again, I'll be disappointed whoever becomes the POTUS.

The thing is, 2k per semester is still high, that's 6k per year (if you don't have to pay for housing and food which is a big IF). The most elite and top of the notch private university where live costs 14k per year, that's still less than half of which my friend in the US will pay, and his university isn't that good (it's not by any means bad but it isn't top of the list either). My point is not that there are not cheap college options in the US, my point is that those options should be widespread and available to everyone, not just a few. I think it is fucked up, and the same goes for healthcare: people can literally die in the US if they contract a severe and expensive-treating illness such as needing a heart transplant, while in my country the state covers that for you. I still pay for a private insurance for the convenience of it (it includes dental, for example), but it costs me only about 40 euros per month.

I think the US is so afraid of the "big state" that you guys have forgotten what it can do for you, and I find that depressing. You're a superpower, more than fifty times my country, yet a massive portion of your citizens lives miserably or in fear of going bankrupt. You should be a society that everyone aspires to imitate, not what you currently are, that's why I had high hopes for Sanders: what he is proposing sounds like unbelievable to most Americans, but the truth is that many countries in Europe already have that welfare system in place and it works well.
#73 - For me it's less about voting for Trump and more about votin…  [+] (7 new replies) 05/05/2016 on /b/ on presidential candidates +1
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#143 - guillem (05/05/2016) [-]
Then you should've voted for Sanders in the primaries in your home state (in case you haven't already)
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#145 - Stamyham (05/05/2016) [-]
Meh, it's basically over anyway. Sanders never had a chance.
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#163 - guillem (05/05/2016) [-]
He's got more votes than any of the candidates challenging Trump until now though, and he isn't that far behind Shillary. He does indeed have a [bold]VERY[bold] slim chance to win, I don't deny that, but people shouldn't say "he never had a chance", because I don't think that's the case here.

He's always had the odds stacked up against him, pretty literally (neither the DNC, big companies nor most media outlets want him to become the POTUS, and he's portraying himself with a "taboo" word in the US, socialism), but he is still doing very well. Not well enough to win, most likely, but that may have been the case if more people had believed it was possible.
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#182 - Stamyham (05/05/2016) [-]
Yeah, I'll agree with you there. I misspoke (mistyped?. He at one point at a slim chance, but he basically has zero chance now. Maybe .0001%, if that. My primary is over, anyway, plus I wouldn't have voted for Sanders anyway. I think his economic policies are awful, and I refuse to vote for anybody who doesn't have a back bone, which he demonstrated when he gave up the mic at whatever rally or speech he was giving to two BLM activists. Also he said that if he won he would formally apologize on behalf of the US for slavery - as if the US were somehow responsible for the invention and spread of slavery.
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#189 - guillem (05/06/2016) [-]
I don't think his policies are awful though, I think the US is fucked up. Here we get free healthcare Yeah, I know, it's not free, we all pay for it , college only costs about 2k per year A friend of mine in Pennsylvania told me last week that his tuition was 36k per fucking year and the state even pays for retirement once we retire Again, we pay for it, but it's my point . We still have a capitalist country, and the truth is that we don't pay a lot more taxes than you guys do in the US, it's all about where you allocate the resources. His economic policies are far from being awful, in fact they make a lot of sense, and many economists have backed that claim, even people who shouldn't be endorsing Bernie (such as Asher Edelman). I'm just utterly disappointed people aren't paying attention to what he's actually proposing.

I can't stand the sight of Clinton, and I'll be utterly disappointed if she becomes nominee, yet alone the POTUS, but I don't get why people aren't voting for Sanders in droves. From an international perspective, most people in the occidental world are scratching their heads wondering how you let Sanders go and elected Clint Cunt and Trump instead. I don't like Trump either, he's a brilliant politician, as he knows exactly what to say and when to say it, but he would be a disaster as President, in my honest opinion.
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#190 - Stamyham (05/06/2016) [-]
Tuition rates are entirely dependent on where you choose to go. I go to a smaller college and my tuition is only $2k a semester - it's still a 4-year university and the education is just as good if not better than state universities especially because bigger universities often make PhD students teach intro level classes and at my school every class is taught by somebody with a doctorate in that field . Affordable college is easily an option, and people just need to boycott large, expensive universities until they lower their prices to reasonable ranges.

To be fair, economists are fairly split on their opinions of Sanders' policies. I've seen many on either side of the debate, all with valid points of their own. Much of what he's claimed to do could have far reaching implications raising minimum wage, healthcare, etc. none of them so much bad practices as just not being practical for how our country is set up .
I can't stand Clinton either, and unfortunately she fights dirty and was the Establishment candidate and therefore had very little chance to lose the nomination to Sanders who even democrats see as a bit of an oddball . I personally think Trump stands a good chance against Hillary. Trump excels at dirty politics, from what he's shown so far, and Hillary has a lot of dirt that could be dug up and used against her.
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#191 - guillem (05/06/2016) [-]
Hillary has called Sanders out on his "negativity", and those terribly mild attacks made by him affected her image drastically, wait until Trump gets a go. I think he'll beat her if the race is between those two, yet again, I'll be disappointed whoever becomes the POTUS.

The thing is, 2k per semester is still high, that's 6k per year (if you don't have to pay for housing and food which is a big IF). The most elite and top of the notch private university where live costs 14k per year, that's still less than half of which my friend in the US will pay, and his university isn't that good (it's not by any means bad but it isn't top of the list either). My point is not that there are not cheap college options in the US, my point is that those options should be widespread and available to everyone, not just a few. I think it is fucked up, and the same goes for healthcare: people can literally die in the US if they contract a severe and expensive-treating illness such as needing a heart transplant, while in my country the state covers that for you. I still pay for a private insurance for the convenience of it (it includes dental, for example), but it costs me only about 40 euros per month.

I think the US is so afraid of the "big state" that you guys have forgotten what it can do for you, and I find that depressing. You're a superpower, more than fifty times my country, yet a massive portion of your citizens lives miserably or in fear of going bankrupt. You should be a society that everyone aspires to imitate, not what you currently are, that's why I had high hopes for Sanders: what he is proposing sounds like unbelievable to most Americans, but the truth is that many countries in Europe already have that welfare system in place and it works well.
#136 - Malazan is the ******* best. I mean, what other author would w…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/03/2016 on Anon plays Skyrim again 0
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#141 - tiredandhungry (05/03/2016) [-]
Oh man, I completely forgot about the K'Chain, they are fucking boss
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#139 - soulknitter (05/03/2016) [-]
I do. Not exactly dinosaurs, but meh, close enough

You got me interested I'll check the book out this week :o
#133 - Malazan has a lot of great fan art and even some music. The au… 05/03/2016 on Anon plays Skyrim again 0
#132 - Fan art from the Malazan series of two characters (3 if you co…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/03/2016 on Anon plays Skyrim again 0
#135 - soulknitter (05/03/2016) [-]
Thanks. Once in a lifetime I am seriously interested in a book.

Here, for your efforts have this pic.
#136 - Stamyham (05/03/2016) [-]
Malazan is the fucking best. I mean, what other author would write about an intelligent race of fucking dinosaurs that have a hive mind & queens & some of them have fucking SWORDS for arms... K'Chain Che'malle are the best. those short tailed Nah'Ruk can go fuck themselves
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#141 - tiredandhungry (05/03/2016) [-]
Oh man, I completely forgot about the K'Chain, they are fucking boss
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#139 - soulknitter (05/03/2016) [-]
I do. Not exactly dinosaurs, but meh, close enough

You got me interested I'll check the book out this week :o
#130 - Also, I cannot read anything of Martin's. I have tried more th… 05/03/2016 on Anon plays Skyrim again 0
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#1 - jetpistol (12/23/2012) [-]
Any way you could upload it somewhere else than torrent?
#2 to #1 - Stamyham (12/23/2012) [-]
I theoretically could... I'm not sure how or where, though. Any ideas?
#4 to #3 - Stamyham (12/23/2012) [-]
For some reason I always thought that uploading to Mediafire wasn't free. Huh. Silly me. It's uploading now, and I'll post a link when it's done.
Cheers, mate.
#5 to #4 - jetpistol (12/23/2012) [-]
I ******* love you
#6 to #5 - Stamyham (12/23/2012) [-]
www.mediafire.com/?deffga4g3requ6b


And delivered. Never say I'm not a nice guy.