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#25 - What kind of animal is that ****  [+] (4 new replies) 05/17/2016 on Taste The Sun 0
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#28 - chikibriki (05/18/2016) [-]
>>#5,
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#27 - chikibriki (05/17/2016) [-]
A BABY FUCKING WHALE BRO
#29 - unoriginalposter (05/18/2016) [-]
No it's just an ocean sunfish.
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#30 - chikibriki (05/18/2016) [-]
i know, i see them all the time
#106 - Coffee certainly has a cultural impact, don't get me wrong. Th…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/17/2016 on Random Comp -1
#128 - anon (05/21/2016) [-]
dude, you are just dumb , give up.
#129 - barsaka (05/21/2016) [-]
forgot to log in
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#116 - cannibalvegan (05/18/2016) [-]
I didn't say that, I said that origin doesn't matter in this context and that you didn't actually correct him since you were wrong.
#104 - My comment didn't come from him explicitly saying misinformati…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/17/2016 on Random Comp -1
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#105 - cannibalvegan (05/17/2016) [-]
He said "Caucasians love coffee" and you said "No they don't because coffee is an asian drink." implying that origin has anything to do with it the cultural influence of coffee.

You're just trying to be Mr Smarty Pants, but you failed horribly and your comment was completely uncalled for.
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#106 - alltimetens (05/17/2016) [-]
Coffee certainly has a cultural impact, don't get me wrong. That wasn't the focus of my comment, though. He said "the Caucasian side of me loves it", which is a statement that carries certain implications (especially on the internet where inflection is virtually nonexistent). So what did I do? I addressed his comment and made sure that those implications don't actually become contentions.


I think you are the one being pretentious, here. I'm not the one making ridiculous claims like "origin doesn't matter" and "correcting people doesn't matter"
#128 - anon (05/21/2016) [-]
dude, you are just dumb , give up.
#129 - barsaka (05/21/2016) [-]
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#116 - cannibalvegan (05/18/2016) [-]
I didn't say that, I said that origin doesn't matter in this context and that you didn't actually correct him since you were wrong.
#102 - If something being said is inciting misinformation, then count…  [+] (7 new replies) 05/17/2016 on Random Comp 0
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#103 - cannibalvegan (05/17/2016) [-]
He did not say "Caucasians invented coffee", he said that Caucasians love coffee.
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#104 - alltimetens (05/17/2016) [-]
My comment didn't come from him explicitly saying misinformation, but that it implied something that was wrong on two different levels.

I can't know exactly what he meant by his comment, and neither can you. That is why in my first comment, I said "If you are saying this, then...., but if not, then never-mind"

Then you came along saying that correcting misinformation isn't relevant, and that the origins of things don't matter, which I absolutely disagree with you on, by the way.
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#105 - cannibalvegan (05/17/2016) [-]
He said "Caucasians love coffee" and you said "No they don't because coffee is an asian drink." implying that origin has anything to do with it the cultural influence of coffee.

You're just trying to be Mr Smarty Pants, but you failed horribly and your comment was completely uncalled for.
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#106 - alltimetens (05/17/2016) [-]
Coffee certainly has a cultural impact, don't get me wrong. That wasn't the focus of my comment, though. He said "the Caucasian side of me loves it", which is a statement that carries certain implications (especially on the internet where inflection is virtually nonexistent). So what did I do? I addressed his comment and made sure that those implications don't actually become contentions.


I think you are the one being pretentious, here. I'm not the one making ridiculous claims like "origin doesn't matter" and "correcting people doesn't matter"
#128 - anon (05/21/2016) [-]
dude, you are just dumb , give up.
#129 - barsaka (05/21/2016) [-]
forgot to log in
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#116 - cannibalvegan (05/18/2016) [-]
I didn't say that, I said that origin doesn't matter in this context and that you didn't actually correct him since you were wrong.
#100 - Why does it matter where the drinks originated? You just …  [+] (9 new replies) 05/17/2016 on Random Comp -2
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#101 - cannibalvegan (05/17/2016) [-]
I never claimed that, what I mean is that if someone says "X is so typical of Y" you don't have to be a dick and yell that "X was invented by Z" because it's not relevant to the discussion.
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#102 - alltimetens (05/17/2016) [-]
If something being said is inciting misinformation, then countering said misinformation is absolutely relevant to the discussion.
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#103 - cannibalvegan (05/17/2016) [-]
He did not say "Caucasians invented coffee", he said that Caucasians love coffee.
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#104 - alltimetens (05/17/2016) [-]
My comment didn't come from him explicitly saying misinformation, but that it implied something that was wrong on two different levels.

I can't know exactly what he meant by his comment, and neither can you. That is why in my first comment, I said "If you are saying this, then...., but if not, then never-mind"

Then you came along saying that correcting misinformation isn't relevant, and that the origins of things don't matter, which I absolutely disagree with you on, by the way.
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#105 - cannibalvegan (05/17/2016) [-]
He said "Caucasians love coffee" and you said "No they don't because coffee is an asian drink." implying that origin has anything to do with it the cultural influence of coffee.

You're just trying to be Mr Smarty Pants, but you failed horribly and your comment was completely uncalled for.
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#106 - alltimetens (05/17/2016) [-]
Coffee certainly has a cultural impact, don't get me wrong. That wasn't the focus of my comment, though. He said "the Caucasian side of me loves it", which is a statement that carries certain implications (especially on the internet where inflection is virtually nonexistent). So what did I do? I addressed his comment and made sure that those implications don't actually become contentions.


I think you are the one being pretentious, here. I'm not the one making ridiculous claims like "origin doesn't matter" and "correcting people doesn't matter"
#128 - anon (05/21/2016) [-]
dude, you are just dumb , give up.
#129 - barsaka (05/21/2016) [-]
forgot to log in
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#116 - cannibalvegan (05/18/2016) [-]
I didn't say that, I said that origin doesn't matter in this context and that you didn't actually correct him since you were wrong.
#65 - No he didn't. Don't spread falsehood. 05/17/2016 on Ohshit.gif/thefuckyoudoing? +1
#71 - As a person of Yemeni descent, I have to side with coffee sinc… 05/17/2016 on Random Comp 0
#70 - If you're using Caucasian in the vernacular sense (as in Europ…  [+] (11 new replies) 05/17/2016 on Random Comp -11
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#97 - cannibalvegan (05/17/2016) [-]
Why does it matter where the drinks originated? Coffee is a stereotypical white thing and tea is a stereotypical asian thing. Burgers are originally from Germany, but is associated with Americans and wine is associated with French people, but it probably came from somewhere else originally as well.
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#100 - alltimetens (05/17/2016) [-]
Why does it matter where the drinks originated?
You just answered your own question. Of course the origins of the drink matters. The origin of anything matters.

>But burgers are associated with America

Yeah. So are we just going to disregard and discredit the people who made it and then continue to spew out historically inaccurate contentions? Of course we are, because of people like you.
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#101 - cannibalvegan (05/17/2016) [-]
I never claimed that, what I mean is that if someone says "X is so typical of Y" you don't have to be a dick and yell that "X was invented by Z" because it's not relevant to the discussion.
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#102 - alltimetens (05/17/2016) [-]
If something being said is inciting misinformation, then countering said misinformation is absolutely relevant to the discussion.
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#103 - cannibalvegan (05/17/2016) [-]
He did not say "Caucasians invented coffee", he said that Caucasians love coffee.
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#104 - alltimetens (05/17/2016) [-]
My comment didn't come from him explicitly saying misinformation, but that it implied something that was wrong on two different levels.

I can't know exactly what he meant by his comment, and neither can you. That is why in my first comment, I said "If you are saying this, then...., but if not, then never-mind"

Then you came along saying that correcting misinformation isn't relevant, and that the origins of things don't matter, which I absolutely disagree with you on, by the way.
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#105 - cannibalvegan (05/17/2016) [-]
He said "Caucasians love coffee" and you said "No they don't because coffee is an asian drink." implying that origin has anything to do with it the cultural influence of coffee.

You're just trying to be Mr Smarty Pants, but you failed horribly and your comment was completely uncalled for.
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#106 - alltimetens (05/17/2016) [-]
Coffee certainly has a cultural impact, don't get me wrong. That wasn't the focus of my comment, though. He said "the Caucasian side of me loves it", which is a statement that carries certain implications (especially on the internet where inflection is virtually nonexistent). So what did I do? I addressed his comment and made sure that those implications don't actually become contentions.


I think you are the one being pretentious, here. I'm not the one making ridiculous claims like "origin doesn't matter" and "correcting people doesn't matter"
#128 - anon (05/21/2016) [-]
dude, you are just dumb , give up.
#129 - barsaka (05/21/2016) [-]
forgot to log in
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#116 - cannibalvegan (05/18/2016) [-]
I didn't say that, I said that origin doesn't matter in this context and that you didn't actually correct him since you were wrong.
#41 - Or how about get a pragmatic ******* writing system you backwa…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/17/2016 on Chinese Keyboard +2
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#73 - deutschblut (05/17/2016) [-]
Chinese characters are often compound characters composed of several different characters to make one, similarly as you would combine prefixes, infixes, and suffixes in a phonetic based language.

Ideographic languages may take a little more time to learn, but the processing time is incredibly faster.

Sounds like you are the backwards shitfuck, and are just mad that you will have to learn to read Chinese in a few years when they take over your country...
#62 - angelusprimus (05/17/2016) [-]
Or maybe you are ignorant of the reason why they do it and you are too stupid to realize that people never do anything without a reason.
And reason is that except for Mandarin, there is a few other languages in china.
a few:
Achang, Ai-Cham, Akha, Amis, Atayal, Ayi, Äynu, Babuza, Bai, Baima, Basay, Blang, Bonan, Bunun, Buyang, Buyei, Daur, De'ang, Daerung, Dong, Dongxiang, E, Chinese Pidgin English, Ersu, Evenki, Fuyü Gïrgïs, Gelao, Groma, Hani, Hlai, Ili Turki, Iu Mien, Jingpho, Jino, Jurchen, Kanakanabu, Kangjia, Kavalan, Kim Mun, Khitan, Lahu, Lisu, Lop, Macanese, Manchu, Miao, Maonan, Mongolian, Monguor, Monpa, Mulam, Nanai, Naxi, Paiwan, Pazeh, Puyuma, Ong-Be, Oroqen, Qabiao, Qoqmončaq, Northern Qiang, Southern Qiang, Prinmi, Rukai, Saaroa, Saisiyat, Salar, Sarikoli, Seediq, She, Siraya, Sui, Tai Dam, Tai Lü, Tai Nüa, Tao, Tangut, Thao, Amdo Tibetan, Central Tibetan (Standard Tibetan), Khams Tibetan, Tsat, Tsou, Tujia, Uyghur, Waxianghua, Wutun, Xibe, Yi, Eastern Yugur, Western Yugur, Zhaba, Zhuang

So, for very practical purposes China developed a logosyllabic written language so if you write a sentence in it, it can be read by anyone who speaks any of the other languages because written language is the same.

Also, chinese do have a phonetic script called a phonetic script, hanyu pinyin, and that's what they used to type on keyboards. The picture is NOT a typical chinese keyboard, its a specialized publishing tool for newspapers. I posted an example of an actual chinese keyboard.

Education! Wonderful thing.
#61 - Oh man you must be young or retarded. 05/14/2016 on You sell weed? -1