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#65 - -He was the only major candidate fighting for those issues …  [+] (1 new reply) 07/27/2016 on #bern of the century 0
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#66 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
I have made no statements that you are contesting though. Saying "you aren't providing sources" is a weak attempt at undermining me considering that if you truly didn't believe me you would be asking me for sources.

And you seem pretty densely loyal to him. Commendable but futile. I misunderstood what you meant by "election" but yes, he likely will go for Senate again. Only he's incumbent and won't hardly have to do anything to keep his seat.

He lost an election but he has a little bit of good to show for it.
#62 - -Yes he did -Thats her ******* policy, people run on poli…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/27/2016 on #bern of the century 0
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#64 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
>most of those points already existed, they just reiterated them because most the young people Sanders drew are idiots who didn't know about them and the ones that are new are incredibly minor
>her policy also includes selling weapons to insurgents in the MidEast, or do we not consider what candidates actually do and only consider what they say? If not then she's quite the contradictory little cupcake of corruption
>he has no campaign debts, there is no way in hell he is going to run again, and putting it in the DNC will just end up giving it right to Clinton anyways. Pray for that charity option.
>for one Hillary basically did go unopposed if you look back at the primaries and look at the DNC emails. She was guaranteed to win, this is entirely verifiable. There was nothing Sanders could've done to win.

Also: what is burden of proof? I haven't had a need to cite anything because I wasn't the one who came in here with a contested viewpoint. That would be you, amigo.

Sanders failed. He did well as a Senator and accomplished a surprising amount throughout his lifetime, but he failed this time. His shitty progressive ideals failed, his shitty "nice guy" campaign failed, and his shitty corrupt party is going to fail in November because of him.
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#65 - UncleCurtis (07/27/2016) [-]
-He was the only major candidate fighting for those issues
-I'm not talking about the shitty stuff she does because she is a corrupt piece of shit but she took some good policy ideas from Sanders.
-He will run for senate again.
-She didn't go unopposed and her platform would be different now if it werent for Sanders. She was guaranteed to win anyway but that doesnt mean we should hand it to her.

You have made many statements you provided no evidence for.

Sanders lost an election but he still has a lot of good to show for it.
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#66 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
I have made no statements that you are contesting though. Saying "you aren't providing sources" is a weak attempt at undermining me considering that if you truly didn't believe me you would be asking me for sources.

And you seem pretty densely loyal to him. Commendable but futile. I misunderstood what you meant by "election" but yes, he likely will go for Senate again. Only he's incumbent and won't hardly have to do anything to keep his seat.

He lost an election but he has a little bit of good to show for it.
#60 - -It isnt a matter of opinion because he did, look at their pla…  [+] (5 new replies) 07/27/2016 on #bern of the century 0
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#61 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
>look at how nothing changed? k
>him pressuring Hillary into saying she is "going to" change her policy is not fucking changing her policy
>so his funds magically disappear?
>what fucking impact? he hasn't even made an impact on his own election, let alone those of others

You are basing your entire opinion of him on "what-ifs", "maybes", and "possiblys" without having anything concrete to back it up.
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#62 - UncleCurtis (07/27/2016) [-]
-Yes he did www.vox.com/2016/7/25/12281022/the-democratic-party-platform
-Thats her fucking policy, people run on policy. Every fucking candidate is running on what they say they are "going to" do.
-The campaign has not said what they will use it for. They can pay campaign debts, pay for his next election, go to a charity or the DNC
-He has helped many other progressives run and win in primaries. How has he not made an impact in his election? That literally makes no sense because Hillary would have gone unopposed if not for him.

You have literally sited no sources for anything you've said.
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#64 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
>most of those points already existed, they just reiterated them because most the young people Sanders drew are idiots who didn't know about them and the ones that are new are incredibly minor
>her policy also includes selling weapons to insurgents in the MidEast, or do we not consider what candidates actually do and only consider what they say? If not then she's quite the contradictory little cupcake of corruption
>he has no campaign debts, there is no way in hell he is going to run again, and putting it in the DNC will just end up giving it right to Clinton anyways. Pray for that charity option.
>for one Hillary basically did go unopposed if you look back at the primaries and look at the DNC emails. She was guaranteed to win, this is entirely verifiable. There was nothing Sanders could've done to win.

Also: what is burden of proof? I haven't had a need to cite anything because I wasn't the one who came in here with a contested viewpoint. That would be you, amigo.

Sanders failed. He did well as a Senator and accomplished a surprising amount throughout his lifetime, but he failed this time. His shitty progressive ideals failed, his shitty "nice guy" campaign failed, and his shitty corrupt party is going to fail in November because of him.
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#65 - UncleCurtis (07/27/2016) [-]
-He was the only major candidate fighting for those issues
-I'm not talking about the shitty stuff she does because she is a corrupt piece of shit but she took some good policy ideas from Sanders.
-He will run for senate again.
-She didn't go unopposed and her platform would be different now if it werent for Sanders. She was guaranteed to win anyway but that doesnt mean we should hand it to her.

You have made many statements you provided no evidence for.

Sanders lost an election but he still has a lot of good to show for it.
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#66 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
I have made no statements that you are contesting though. Saying "you aren't providing sources" is a weak attempt at undermining me considering that if you truly didn't believe me you would be asking me for sources.

And you seem pretty densely loyal to him. Commendable but futile. I misunderstood what you meant by "election" but yes, he likely will go for Senate again. Only he's incumbent and won't hardly have to do anything to keep his seat.

He lost an election but he has a little bit of good to show for it.
#58 - -Your opinion on policy doesn't matter if he was able to chang…  [+] (7 new replies) 07/27/2016 on #bern of the century 0
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#59 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
>he didn't change fuck-all about the Democratic party you twit, it isn't a matter of opinion
>that article doesn't support you like you're thinking it does. All it says is that Hillary said a few things differently and that she's being wishy-washy about the topics Sanders pressured onto her. If you consider that "changing her policies" then I just feel bad for you.
>Bernie's campaign funds definitely do go to Hillary. They don't go back to the donors, he isn't running anymore, and he endorses Hillary. Deductive reasoning, compadre. Also: notice how there are no loans or debts in that chart you brought up on Trump.
>and your opinion on him actually making a difference is not evidence as nothing has happened yet.

You having fun grasping at straws?
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#60 - UncleCurtis (07/27/2016) [-]
-It isnt a matter of opinion because he did, look at their platform
-Him pressuring hilliary into adopting new policy is fucking changing her policy.
-His funds don't go back to donors and they dont go to Hillary.
-He already has made more of an impact on other elections.

You having fun being a fucking moron?
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#61 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
>look at how nothing changed? k
>him pressuring Hillary into saying she is "going to" change her policy is not fucking changing her policy
>so his funds magically disappear?
>what fucking impact? he hasn't even made an impact on his own election, let alone those of others

You are basing your entire opinion of him on "what-ifs", "maybes", and "possiblys" without having anything concrete to back it up.
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#62 - UncleCurtis (07/27/2016) [-]
-Yes he did www.vox.com/2016/7/25/12281022/the-democratic-party-platform
-Thats her fucking policy, people run on policy. Every fucking candidate is running on what they say they are "going to" do.
-The campaign has not said what they will use it for. They can pay campaign debts, pay for his next election, go to a charity or the DNC
-He has helped many other progressives run and win in primaries. How has he not made an impact in his election? That literally makes no sense because Hillary would have gone unopposed if not for him.

You have literally sited no sources for anything you've said.
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#64 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
>most of those points already existed, they just reiterated them because most the young people Sanders drew are idiots who didn't know about them and the ones that are new are incredibly minor
>her policy also includes selling weapons to insurgents in the MidEast, or do we not consider what candidates actually do and only consider what they say? If not then she's quite the contradictory little cupcake of corruption
>he has no campaign debts, there is no way in hell he is going to run again, and putting it in the DNC will just end up giving it right to Clinton anyways. Pray for that charity option.
>for one Hillary basically did go unopposed if you look back at the primaries and look at the DNC emails. She was guaranteed to win, this is entirely verifiable. There was nothing Sanders could've done to win.

Also: what is burden of proof? I haven't had a need to cite anything because I wasn't the one who came in here with a contested viewpoint. That would be you, amigo.

Sanders failed. He did well as a Senator and accomplished a surprising amount throughout his lifetime, but he failed this time. His shitty progressive ideals failed, his shitty "nice guy" campaign failed, and his shitty corrupt party is going to fail in November because of him.
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#65 - UncleCurtis (07/27/2016) [-]
-He was the only major candidate fighting for those issues
-I'm not talking about the shitty stuff she does because she is a corrupt piece of shit but she took some good policy ideas from Sanders.
-He will run for senate again.
-She didn't go unopposed and her platform would be different now if it werent for Sanders. She was guaranteed to win anyway but that doesnt mean we should hand it to her.

You have made many statements you provided no evidence for.

Sanders lost an election but he still has a lot of good to show for it.
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#66 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
I have made no statements that you are contesting though. Saying "you aren't providing sources" is a weak attempt at undermining me considering that if you truly didn't believe me you would be asking me for sources.

And you seem pretty densely loyal to him. Commendable but futile. I misunderstood what you meant by "election" but yes, he likely will go for Senate again. Only he's incumbent and won't hardly have to do anything to keep his seat.

He lost an election but he has a little bit of good to show for it.
#56 - -Creating a better platform -Actually changing the policie…  [+] (9 new replies) 07/27/2016 on #bern of the century 0
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#57 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
>that's a laugh
>citation needed
>that's 90 million plus the 50 million he put in from his own money, totaling to 140 million, meanwhile all 230 million from Sanders is now in Clinton's campaign so suffice to say he's summed up a big fat 0
>so people who haven't made it into office yet but he "helped" them means something?
>wait a while to see nothing happen, sure. And there are other candidates starting organizations. Your good friend Clinton, for example, started the Clinton Foundation back when Bill was running for President. Weird.
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#58 - UncleCurtis (07/27/2016) [-]
-Your opinion on policy doesn't matter if he was able to change the entire Dem platform.
- www.politico.com/story/2016/05/how-bernie-changed-hillary-222726
-Bernie's campaign funds don't go to Hillary, Trump 's 90 million includes his own money he put up www.opensecrets.org/pres16/candidate.php?id=N00023864
-That literally has nothing to do with what I said
-Your opinion is not evidence that they will do nothing as he has already helped other people run for office. And I am referring to this election cycle.
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#59 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
>he didn't change fuck-all about the Democratic party you twit, it isn't a matter of opinion
>that article doesn't support you like you're thinking it does. All it says is that Hillary said a few things differently and that she's being wishy-washy about the topics Sanders pressured onto her. If you consider that "changing her policies" then I just feel bad for you.
>Bernie's campaign funds definitely do go to Hillary. They don't go back to the donors, he isn't running anymore, and he endorses Hillary. Deductive reasoning, compadre. Also: notice how there are no loans or debts in that chart you brought up on Trump.
>and your opinion on him actually making a difference is not evidence as nothing has happened yet.

You having fun grasping at straws?
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#60 - UncleCurtis (07/27/2016) [-]
-It isnt a matter of opinion because he did, look at their platform
-Him pressuring hilliary into adopting new policy is fucking changing her policy.
-His funds don't go back to donors and they dont go to Hillary.
-He already has made more of an impact on other elections.

You having fun being a fucking moron?
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#61 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
>look at how nothing changed? k
>him pressuring Hillary into saying she is "going to" change her policy is not fucking changing her policy
>so his funds magically disappear?
>what fucking impact? he hasn't even made an impact on his own election, let alone those of others

You are basing your entire opinion of him on "what-ifs", "maybes", and "possiblys" without having anything concrete to back it up.
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#62 - UncleCurtis (07/27/2016) [-]
-Yes he did www.vox.com/2016/7/25/12281022/the-democratic-party-platform
-Thats her fucking policy, people run on policy. Every fucking candidate is running on what they say they are "going to" do.
-The campaign has not said what they will use it for. They can pay campaign debts, pay for his next election, go to a charity or the DNC
-He has helped many other progressives run and win in primaries. How has he not made an impact in his election? That literally makes no sense because Hillary would have gone unopposed if not for him.

You have literally sited no sources for anything you've said.
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#64 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
>most of those points already existed, they just reiterated them because most the young people Sanders drew are idiots who didn't know about them and the ones that are new are incredibly minor
>her policy also includes selling weapons to insurgents in the MidEast, or do we not consider what candidates actually do and only consider what they say? If not then she's quite the contradictory little cupcake of corruption
>he has no campaign debts, there is no way in hell he is going to run again, and putting it in the DNC will just end up giving it right to Clinton anyways. Pray for that charity option.
>for one Hillary basically did go unopposed if you look back at the primaries and look at the DNC emails. She was guaranteed to win, this is entirely verifiable. There was nothing Sanders could've done to win.

Also: what is burden of proof? I haven't had a need to cite anything because I wasn't the one who came in here with a contested viewpoint. That would be you, amigo.

Sanders failed. He did well as a Senator and accomplished a surprising amount throughout his lifetime, but he failed this time. His shitty progressive ideals failed, his shitty "nice guy" campaign failed, and his shitty corrupt party is going to fail in November because of him.
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#65 - UncleCurtis (07/27/2016) [-]
-He was the only major candidate fighting for those issues
-I'm not talking about the shitty stuff she does because she is a corrupt piece of shit but she took some good policy ideas from Sanders.
-He will run for senate again.
-She didn't go unopposed and her platform would be different now if it werent for Sanders. She was guaranteed to win anyway but that doesnt mean we should hand it to her.

You have made many statements you provided no evidence for.

Sanders lost an election but he still has a lot of good to show for it.
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#66 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
I have made no statements that you are contesting though. Saying "you aren't providing sources" is a weak attempt at undermining me considering that if you truly didn't believe me you would be asking me for sources.

And you seem pretty densely loyal to him. Commendable but futile. I misunderstood what you meant by "election" but yes, he likely will go for Senate again. Only he's incumbent and won't hardly have to do anything to keep his seat.

He lost an election but he has a little bit of good to show for it.
#7 - During the primary season he did. And It's not about Berni…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/26/2016 on #bern of the century -8
#9 - anon (07/26/2016) [-]
Ah yes, the big bad trump, keep eating up that major news organization propaganda.
#5 - Well if you call pushing the entire democratic party further t…  [+] (18 new replies) 07/26/2016 on #bern of the century 0
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#16 - elvoz (07/26/2016) [-]
>dividing the Democratic party further
>convincing Hillary to say she will adopt some of his platform, no promises or policy changes yet to be stated
>Trump's campaign had more public funding, as he put his own personal money into it as opposed to special interests
>literally who?
>starting two organizations that have also done literally nothing and have nothing to show for it

That's not a very good argument you are presenting here, fam.
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#56 - UncleCurtis (07/27/2016) [-]
-Creating a better platform
-Actually changing the policies Hillary is campaigning on
-Trump has literally not come close to Bernie (90 million vs 230 million) and almost none of Trumps personal money went towards his campaign, he took loans from his companies which will have to be paid back.
-Literally the entire Bernie or bust crowd
-Because they haven't started, why don't you wait a while. I don't see any other candidate doing this.
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#57 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
>that's a laugh
>citation needed
>that's 90 million plus the 50 million he put in from his own money, totaling to 140 million, meanwhile all 230 million from Sanders is now in Clinton's campaign so suffice to say he's summed up a big fat 0
>so people who haven't made it into office yet but he "helped" them means something?
>wait a while to see nothing happen, sure. And there are other candidates starting organizations. Your good friend Clinton, for example, started the Clinton Foundation back when Bill was running for President. Weird.
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#58 - UncleCurtis (07/27/2016) [-]
-Your opinion on policy doesn't matter if he was able to change the entire Dem platform.
- www.politico.com/story/2016/05/how-bernie-changed-hillary-222726
-Bernie's campaign funds don't go to Hillary, Trump 's 90 million includes his own money he put up www.opensecrets.org/pres16/candidate.php?id=N00023864
-That literally has nothing to do with what I said
-Your opinion is not evidence that they will do nothing as he has already helped other people run for office. And I am referring to this election cycle.
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#59 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
>he didn't change fuck-all about the Democratic party you twit, it isn't a matter of opinion
>that article doesn't support you like you're thinking it does. All it says is that Hillary said a few things differently and that she's being wishy-washy about the topics Sanders pressured onto her. If you consider that "changing her policies" then I just feel bad for you.
>Bernie's campaign funds definitely do go to Hillary. They don't go back to the donors, he isn't running anymore, and he endorses Hillary. Deductive reasoning, compadre. Also: notice how there are no loans or debts in that chart you brought up on Trump.
>and your opinion on him actually making a difference is not evidence as nothing has happened yet.

You having fun grasping at straws?
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#60 - UncleCurtis (07/27/2016) [-]
-It isnt a matter of opinion because he did, look at their platform
-Him pressuring hilliary into adopting new policy is fucking changing her policy.
-His funds don't go back to donors and they dont go to Hillary.
-He already has made more of an impact on other elections.

You having fun being a fucking moron?
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#61 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
>look at how nothing changed? k
>him pressuring Hillary into saying she is "going to" change her policy is not fucking changing her policy
>so his funds magically disappear?
>what fucking impact? he hasn't even made an impact on his own election, let alone those of others

You are basing your entire opinion of him on "what-ifs", "maybes", and "possiblys" without having anything concrete to back it up.
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#62 - UncleCurtis (07/27/2016) [-]
-Yes he did www.vox.com/2016/7/25/12281022/the-democratic-party-platform
-Thats her fucking policy, people run on policy. Every fucking candidate is running on what they say they are "going to" do.
-The campaign has not said what they will use it for. They can pay campaign debts, pay for his next election, go to a charity or the DNC
-He has helped many other progressives run and win in primaries. How has he not made an impact in his election? That literally makes no sense because Hillary would have gone unopposed if not for him.

You have literally sited no sources for anything you've said.
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#64 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
>most of those points already existed, they just reiterated them because most the young people Sanders drew are idiots who didn't know about them and the ones that are new are incredibly minor
>her policy also includes selling weapons to insurgents in the MidEast, or do we not consider what candidates actually do and only consider what they say? If not then she's quite the contradictory little cupcake of corruption
>he has no campaign debts, there is no way in hell he is going to run again, and putting it in the DNC will just end up giving it right to Clinton anyways. Pray for that charity option.
>for one Hillary basically did go unopposed if you look back at the primaries and look at the DNC emails. She was guaranteed to win, this is entirely verifiable. There was nothing Sanders could've done to win.

Also: what is burden of proof? I haven't had a need to cite anything because I wasn't the one who came in here with a contested viewpoint. That would be you, amigo.

Sanders failed. He did well as a Senator and accomplished a surprising amount throughout his lifetime, but he failed this time. His shitty progressive ideals failed, his shitty "nice guy" campaign failed, and his shitty corrupt party is going to fail in November because of him.
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#65 - UncleCurtis (07/27/2016) [-]
-He was the only major candidate fighting for those issues
-I'm not talking about the shitty stuff she does because she is a corrupt piece of shit but she took some good policy ideas from Sanders.
-He will run for senate again.
-She didn't go unopposed and her platform would be different now if it werent for Sanders. She was guaranteed to win anyway but that doesnt mean we should hand it to her.

You have made many statements you provided no evidence for.

Sanders lost an election but he still has a lot of good to show for it.
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#66 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
I have made no statements that you are contesting though. Saying "you aren't providing sources" is a weak attempt at undermining me considering that if you truly didn't believe me you would be asking me for sources.

And you seem pretty densely loyal to him. Commendable but futile. I misunderstood what you meant by "election" but yes, he likely will go for Senate again. Only he's incumbent and won't hardly have to do anything to keep his seat.

He lost an election but he has a little bit of good to show for it.
#33 - anon (07/27/2016) [-]
Dunno why you're getting thumbed down. Probably buthurt Bernie supporters
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#34 - elvoz (07/27/2016) [-]
Or people who feel as if I was attacking the entire liberal left.

Funny, you attack a specific group of people (i.e. SJWs or Sanders supporters or Clinton supporters) and the entire political left takes it as an attack on the entire political left. You can't make fun of Sanders without all the Dems getting their panties in a knot.
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#10 - battletechmech (07/26/2016) [-]
"Hillary is corrupt, now i will endorse her!"
#21 - anon (07/27/2016) [-]
As opposed to?
#6 - anon (07/26/2016) [-]
Haha, yes, he's helping more people hate clinton by telling every vote for her, vote for her because I say she's the best choice.

You live in a fantasy world.
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#7 - UncleCurtis (07/26/2016) [-]
During the primary season he did.
And It's not about Bernie liking Hillary or not, it's about stopping Trump.
#9 - anon (07/26/2016) [-]
Ah yes, the big bad trump, keep eating up that major news organization propaganda.
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