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#145 - Killing what? A clump of cells? What about pro-forcing rape vi…  [+] (13 replies) 09/02/2015 on Deez Nutz 2016 -4
#271 - stalini (09/03/2015) [-]
Fetus is a living being. Maybe not a developed human yet, but it is a living being which will become a human if you don't kill it
#254 - bongpebbles (09/03/2015) [-]
> a clump of cells
This is a 20 week old fetus. Liberals are fighting to make it legal to abort after house banned it.
This is what they want to kill
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#256 - alltimetens (09/03/2015) [-]
Funny how neo-cons are always fighting as if they're "pro-life" prior to birth. But after you're born?

No food stamps, no universal healthcare, no universal college education.

You pretend to care about the value of life when conservatives have killed the most people in recent years and have also deprived their own fellow countrymen of basic necessities like a decent healthcare system.
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#258 - bongpebbles (09/03/2015) [-]
Im sorry the strawman you requested is not here to answer your call.
Baby killer
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#259 - alltimetens (09/03/2015) [-]
Tell that to the 40 thousand babies that died in the Iraq War from conservative policies that supported it.
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#260 - bongpebbles (09/03/2015) [-]
>40 million babies
[Citation needed]
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#265 - bongpebbles (09/03/2015) [-]
I cant enter that link, I googled the casualties and every site has different numbers, it seems like yours are greatly inflated. I dont support the war anyways no matter how hard you keep strawmaning me. Now your thinking is a bit disturbing since you claim that because children died in the war then its ok to murder your own children.
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#267 - bongpebbles (09/03/2015) [-]
A ban was issued on 5 months and liberals are complaining. Like 20 weeks is not enough decide if you want an abortion.
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#266 - alltimetens (09/03/2015) [-]
Abortions underneath a certain amount of time =/= killing children.
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#261 - alltimetens (09/03/2015) [-]
I said 40 thousand. Not million.
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#262 - bongpebbles (09/03/2015) [-]
Citation still needed
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#264 - alltimetens (09/03/2015) [-]
Another website states that 100 infants have died every day in Iraq.

The Iraq War lasted 8 years 8 months and 28 days.

For a total of around 3100 days, it's safe to assume that 3100 times 100 equals to over 310,000 infanticide victims.
#249 - It isn't immature because college shouldn't force you to scave…  [+] (1 reply) 09/02/2015 on $33 0
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#250 - insanemanoo (09/02/2015) [-]
Colleges don't force you to scavenge for scholarships. They offer you a service, at a price. If you don't like the price, you can offset the cost by other means, find that service elsewhere, or go without it. No one's forcing anyone to do anything. You act like colleges are here for you. They're a business. Their goal is to make money by offering higher education. And more people having degrees also means more people in extracurricular activities as well, which will also devalue the achievement of taking the time to do those. You just don't seem to grasp the concept that the more plentiful something is, the less its worth both intrinsically and monetarily. This applies to any good or service, college included. The fact that there are many ways to help offset college costs should be more than enough for people, but I guess people like you won't be happy until your degree and dream career offer is handed to you on a silver platter. Also, making it government controlled through government funding WILL make the curricula less advanced. Its the same thing that happened when high school began being overseen by the government. Its why private high schools are considered better educational institutions than public high schools.

And I just said that I'm eligible for $600k in scholarships, and I'm honestly nothing special. ANYONE is eligible for some scholarships, and even if you aren't, there's grants and financial aid, which again, should be enough for people unless they want their degree handed to them without them exerting any effort.
#247 - Are you serious? I'm sure if it was such an easy task to "…  [+] (3 replies) 09/01/2015 on $33 0
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#248 - insanemanoo (09/01/2015) [-]
No, the reason that people generate student debts is because they take out loans which they don't have to put any work towards and have to pay back rather than a scholarship which requires more work to get, but doesn't require being paid back. I'm a member of a website that's pretty much a database of scholarships and let's me know what I can apply for and I have over $600,000 worth of eligible scholarships. That's enough for a full ride to Harvard if I wanted to go there, but instead, I'm going to a roughly $40k per year university absolutely free because of scholarships. Like I said, the money is there, you just have to be willing to work for it. Saying I want money for college, but I don't want to have to work for it is one of the most immature arguments I've ever heard.
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#249 - alltimetens (09/02/2015) [-]
It isn't immature because college shouldn't force you to scavenge for scholarships. More people having a degree doesn't mean that its value will decrease because academic performance and extracurriculars will still be major factors. In addition, a lot of people will choose not to go to college either way. Lastly, you can still obtain higher degrees. We're not changing the difficulty of achieving a college degree. People will still need to insert countless hours into their work.

Like I said, not everyone can be covered by scholarships. It isn't that simple.
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#250 - insanemanoo (09/02/2015) [-]
Colleges don't force you to scavenge for scholarships. They offer you a service, at a price. If you don't like the price, you can offset the cost by other means, find that service elsewhere, or go without it. No one's forcing anyone to do anything. You act like colleges are here for you. They're a business. Their goal is to make money by offering higher education. And more people having degrees also means more people in extracurricular activities as well, which will also devalue the achievement of taking the time to do those. You just don't seem to grasp the concept that the more plentiful something is, the less its worth both intrinsically and monetarily. This applies to any good or service, college included. The fact that there are many ways to help offset college costs should be more than enough for people, but I guess people like you won't be happy until your degree and dream career offer is handed to you on a silver platter. Also, making it government controlled through government funding WILL make the curricula less advanced. Its the same thing that happened when high school began being overseen by the government. Its why private high schools are considered better educational institutions than public high schools.

And I just said that I'm eligible for $600k in scholarships, and I'm honestly nothing special. ANYONE is eligible for some scholarships, and even if you aren't, there's grants and financial aid, which again, should be enough for people unless they want their degree handed to them without them exerting any effort.
#245 - Sweden and Denmark are doing exceptionally well. We're both de…  [+] (5 replies) 09/01/2015 on $33 0
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#246 - insanemanoo (09/01/2015) [-]
I'm saying you can have a fully valued college degree if you're willing to work for it in the form of jobs and scholarships rather than complaining about how expensive it is.

And college IS an investment. Its a priced education beyond the 12 years to give you an edge up in the job market. Up through high school is a standard education, going beyond that costs money. You have the right to a standard education, not a higher one. Once you're out of high school, you have the freedom to pay for a higher education if you believe the benefits outweigh the costs or the freedom not to if you so choose. Saying that everyone has the right to higher education is a completely moot point because everyone in America DOES have access to higher education and many choose not to do it. No college turns people away for any reason other than a lack of educational aptitude. The cost is not a factor in this because of the safety nets which already exist...like jobs....scholarships....grants....federal aid.....loans.
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#247 - alltimetens (09/01/2015) [-]
Are you serious? I'm sure if it was such an easy task to "work" for it and obtain scholarships then we wouldn't be trillions of dollars in student loan debt.

You're sounding very naive at this point.
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#248 - insanemanoo (09/01/2015) [-]
No, the reason that people generate student debts is because they take out loans which they don't have to put any work towards and have to pay back rather than a scholarship which requires more work to get, but doesn't require being paid back. I'm a member of a website that's pretty much a database of scholarships and let's me know what I can apply for and I have over $600,000 worth of eligible scholarships. That's enough for a full ride to Harvard if I wanted to go there, but instead, I'm going to a roughly $40k per year university absolutely free because of scholarships. Like I said, the money is there, you just have to be willing to work for it. Saying I want money for college, but I don't want to have to work for it is one of the most immature arguments I've ever heard.
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#249 - alltimetens (09/02/2015) [-]
It isn't immature because college shouldn't force you to scavenge for scholarships. More people having a degree doesn't mean that its value will decrease because academic performance and extracurriculars will still be major factors. In addition, a lot of people will choose not to go to college either way. Lastly, you can still obtain higher degrees. We're not changing the difficulty of achieving a college degree. People will still need to insert countless hours into their work.

Like I said, not everyone can be covered by scholarships. It isn't that simple.
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#250 - insanemanoo (09/02/2015) [-]
Colleges don't force you to scavenge for scholarships. They offer you a service, at a price. If you don't like the price, you can offset the cost by other means, find that service elsewhere, or go without it. No one's forcing anyone to do anything. You act like colleges are here for you. They're a business. Their goal is to make money by offering higher education. And more people having degrees also means more people in extracurricular activities as well, which will also devalue the achievement of taking the time to do those. You just don't seem to grasp the concept that the more plentiful something is, the less its worth both intrinsically and monetarily. This applies to any good or service, college included. The fact that there are many ways to help offset college costs should be more than enough for people, but I guess people like you won't be happy until your degree and dream career offer is handed to you on a silver platter. Also, making it government controlled through government funding WILL make the curricula less advanced. Its the same thing that happened when high school began being overseen by the government. Its why private high schools are considered better educational institutions than public high schools.

And I just said that I'm eligible for $600k in scholarships, and I'm honestly nothing special. ANYONE is eligible for some scholarships, and even if you aren't, there's grants and financial aid, which again, should be enough for people unless they want their degree handed to them without them exerting any effort.
#32 - I feel that cancer shouldn't be our only priority. People with…  [+] (2 replies) 09/01/2015 on /pol/ -3
#45 - anon (09/01/2015) [-]
People with cancer have their cells ripping themselves apart to keep replicating in an excruciatingly painful attempt to self decimate. If you have cancer, your immune system is shit and you are susceptible to other diseases. Also you're going to die. And the implication that there aren't thousands of kids with cancer? What do you think "make a wish" was made for? It's made for kids who are going to die a painful death.

I don't care which one you pick, as both are good, but your reasons suck.
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#75 - alltimetens (09/01/2015) [-]
Hunger is also very painful. I've gone without food for a mere 30 hours and I was already starting to feel intense pain. I can't imagine going a week. Or two weeks. Or months with just a few pieces of bread in my system.

I never said that cancer wasn't painful. But it really is nothing compared to hunger. Most people nowadays survive cancer and every day we are learning more and more.

There's a difference here because there's enough food for everyone. I feel terrible for a kid who has been diagnosed with leukaemia, but at the same time, it's their DNA that is to blame. On the other hand, a kid who dies from hunger is doing so because of political actions/warfare. Both of which are absolutely terrible.
#20 - I'm fairly certain you're a white guy with yellow fever.  [+] (3 replies) 09/01/2015 on Hit it from the back +4
#29 - anon (09/01/2015) [-]
hence
fetish
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#21 - thehumblebraggart (09/01/2015) [-]
yeh, but where i live there are barely any asian girls mate. :/
#40 - funpunk (09/01/2015) [-]
Where I live we get mostly Indian girls instead. It's nice, but it's not the same. Although, neither race would date me so it's not that much of a difference.
#33 - Yeah, okay. If your race is your only source of pride and acco…  [+] (1 reply) 08/29/2015 on How to BJ 0
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#34 - dinonator (08/29/2015) [-]
tell me something i dont know