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#9 - technically no, functionally it's practically the same thing.  [+] (3 new replies) 02/25/2015 on Not sure they understand... +1
User avatar #10 - mcstorms (02/25/2015) [-]
to a degree but if you listen to their channels and vevos they receive money per view
#11 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
True but I don't really restrict myself to them, I generally don't because the 'lyric' videos load better/don't slow down whatever I'm doing at the time, and even when I do I usually have Ad block on because I hate running into those 10+ minute ad's that I have to skip which is kind of a pain if you're listening to a play list.
Also there's loads of premade playlists with a variety of artists from similar genre's regarding the lyric videos, but if you're on an artists vevo the only play lists you can see are the ones consisting almost entirely of that artist.

Again I make a point of NOT doing this and actually buying the album based on the stuff I listed above, given most of those artists are indie artists and the only ones I can think of doing this for off the top of my head are waterflame, Bo burnham, and Zedd's clarity.
User avatar #12 - mcstorms (02/25/2015) [-]
ad blocking ads on vevo takes money away from vevo not the band , but I digress.
#7 - my version of 'pirating' is primarily listening to it on youtu…  [+] (5 new replies) 02/25/2015 on Not sure they understand... +1
User avatar #8 - mcstorms (02/25/2015) [-]
youtube isnt pirating
#9 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
technically no, functionally it's practically the same thing.
User avatar #10 - mcstorms (02/25/2015) [-]
to a degree but if you listen to their channels and vevos they receive money per view
#11 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
True but I don't really restrict myself to them, I generally don't because the 'lyric' videos load better/don't slow down whatever I'm doing at the time, and even when I do I usually have Ad block on because I hate running into those 10+ minute ad's that I have to skip which is kind of a pain if you're listening to a play list.
Also there's loads of premade playlists with a variety of artists from similar genre's regarding the lyric videos, but if you're on an artists vevo the only play lists you can see are the ones consisting almost entirely of that artist.

Again I make a point of NOT doing this and actually buying the album based on the stuff I listed above, given most of those artists are indie artists and the only ones I can think of doing this for off the top of my head are waterflame, Bo burnham, and Zedd's clarity.
User avatar #12 - mcstorms (02/25/2015) [-]
ad blocking ads on vevo takes money away from vevo not the band , but I digress.
#7 - yeah they knew all that stuff and disliked them during the tim…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/25/2015 on Well, damn... +1
#8 - okamibanshu (02/25/2015) [-]
they tell you about the family's dislike. Vernen may not have known anything, but he shared his dislike about harry before they ever met.
#9 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
I think we pretty much agreed with eachother back on comment #6 The Dursleys were bad but they weren't entirely responsible for their shenanigans, I don't agree with the OP saying that it's Harry fault, nor do I agree with them saying that the Dursleys were saint's, I just think their actions weren't entirely their own.

I did a bit of research, harrypotter.wikia.com/wiki/Vernon_Dursley apparently Vernon did have a vague idea of the magical community beforehand. I dont know where in the books this happened (It could've been from pottermore) he had a conversation with James and they didn't get along because he was pretty much jealous, HOWEVER at the time this wasn't really the kind of hatred he has for him during the books and it's not terribly misplaced because apparently he thought James job pretty much just consisted of being a wizard and was pretty upset to learn that he was sitting on top of a fortune in solid gold for, as far as he could tell, not really doing anything productive for society. I kind of feel like James shouldn't have described himself as a 'wizard' so much as he should have introduced himself as a magical police investigator.

Actually if anything this kind of explains the dursleys post adoption hatred even more, they knew Harry's parents were rich but they were suddenly expected to take care of him with little more than the contents of a single letter left by dumbeldore threatening them otherwise there's a chance dumbeldore didn't threaten them, we're never told what exactly was in the letter that was left with them, but the only two reasonable scenarios is that they took him in because the note made them feel empathetic towards (which seems unlikely to me given how they act like he was a plight forced on their home, and becomes even more unlikely since that would mean that the empathy they felt for him at the time was so strong they were willing to put their lives on the line to protect him later on) or because it made them feel threatened in some manner to a point where they were more scared of the consequences of giving up harry than they were of Voldemort.

I'm not saying the Dursleys are good, or even decent people, I'm just saying their motives are't really misplaced and I feel like the cause of all the bad blood was rooted in the actions of Dumbledore more than anything.
#36 - okamibanshu (02/26/2015) [-]
ok yeah we can agree on pretty much everything now except for the note. Unless theirs something out there, from the author xP, saying what the note said, i don't think Dumbledore would be that much of an ass. i think hed guilt them into it. Through the series he did great at veiled comments, but as far as i remember, nothing about veiled threats.

Off topic, video of Battlefield hardline is going on under this O.O i can't wait!
#75 - way I'm thinking it's going down is everyone just finished dod…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/25/2015 on Boss Fight +3
User avatar #80 - ThePrototank (02/25/2015) [-]
Interesting, The way it looks to me is that they are in the middle of a transition due to the bosses health. The boss will move to either corner of the room to do an attack of some kind and reaching a % of health will cause him to move hence why there are a very large group of people to the left of the book (Probably the melee dps and a tank or 2) everybody else has turned their attention to where he has now come up theres a tank stationed on the right side for the transition (bottom right)
User avatar #152 - inomgod (02/25/2015) [-]
I am worried he's one of those with a teamwipe attack. He could just flip the book, like "Fuck this shit, I win."
User avatar #163 - ThePrototank (02/26/2015) [-]
I didn't even consider a enrage mechanic, an instant wipe could be very possible
#73 - they probably have mic's and speakers set up, it would've take… 02/25/2015 on Boss Fight 0
#5 - Slow down there, I wasn't saying that Harry was at fault, (alt…  [+] (7 new replies) 02/25/2015 on Well, damn... +3
User avatar #18 - Furubatsu (02/25/2015) [-]
Actually Vernon's met the Potters beforehand as mentioned in Pottermore it didn't go well and he was fully aware that Petunia's sisters was a witch.
#21 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
Mentioned in comment #9,
#6 - okamibanshu (02/25/2015) [-]
the book references their dislike of Harry's parents, BOTH of them. And they all knew, save for dudly, what Harry's parents were. Vernen did know they were magical, that's why the tried to stomp it out of him early on. They had a hatred for harry from the very start, dislike whatever you wanna use to sugar coat it. The horcrux can only be blamed for so much. And i doubt the letter said they had to keep him safe or else. Dumbledore being who he was, probably guilted them into taking him.
#7 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
yeah they knew all that stuff and disliked them during the time that the books were put in, but we don't know if they felt that way before hand and I sincerely doubt that Vernon knew anything about the magical world before Dumbledore first knocked on his door.
#8 - okamibanshu (02/25/2015) [-]
they tell you about the family's dislike. Vernen may not have known anything, but he shared his dislike about harry before they ever met.
#9 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
I think we pretty much agreed with eachother back on comment #6 The Dursleys were bad but they weren't entirely responsible for their shenanigans, I don't agree with the OP saying that it's Harry fault, nor do I agree with them saying that the Dursleys were saint's, I just think their actions weren't entirely their own.

I did a bit of research, harrypotter.wikia.com/wiki/Vernon_Dursley apparently Vernon did have a vague idea of the magical community beforehand. I dont know where in the books this happened (It could've been from pottermore) he had a conversation with James and they didn't get along because he was pretty much jealous, HOWEVER at the time this wasn't really the kind of hatred he has for him during the books and it's not terribly misplaced because apparently he thought James job pretty much just consisted of being a wizard and was pretty upset to learn that he was sitting on top of a fortune in solid gold for, as far as he could tell, not really doing anything productive for society. I kind of feel like James shouldn't have described himself as a 'wizard' so much as he should have introduced himself as a magical police investigator.

Actually if anything this kind of explains the dursleys post adoption hatred even more, they knew Harry's parents were rich but they were suddenly expected to take care of him with little more than the contents of a single letter left by dumbeldore threatening them otherwise there's a chance dumbeldore didn't threaten them, we're never told what exactly was in the letter that was left with them, but the only two reasonable scenarios is that they took him in because the note made them feel empathetic towards (which seems unlikely to me given how they act like he was a plight forced on their home, and becomes even more unlikely since that would mean that the empathy they felt for him at the time was so strong they were willing to put their lives on the line to protect him later on) or because it made them feel threatened in some manner to a point where they were more scared of the consequences of giving up harry than they were of Voldemort.

I'm not saying the Dursleys are good, or even decent people, I'm just saying their motives are't really misplaced and I feel like the cause of all the bad blood was rooted in the actions of Dumbledore more than anything.
#36 - okamibanshu (02/26/2015) [-]
ok yeah we can agree on pretty much everything now except for the note. Unless theirs something out there, from the author xP, saying what the note said, i don't think Dumbledore would be that much of an ass. i think hed guilt them into it. Through the series he did great at veiled comments, but as far as i remember, nothing about veiled threats.

Off topic, video of Battlefield hardline is going on under this O.O i can't wait!
#5 - if a song is good, it's on itunes, if it's just straight…  [+] (7 new replies) 02/25/2015 on Not sure they understand... +1
User avatar #6 - mcstorms (02/25/2015) [-]
I agree on the dead thing if they are gone then only a corporation is getting money. Personally I do not , and have never piarted anything in my life. I support all artists/game devs/film crews.
#7 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
my version of 'pirating' is primarily listening to it on youtube, my ipod is practically empty, I usually just use it to listen to the radio and have 60 or so songs I burnt off of cd's I found in thrift stores over the years.

I don't particularly have any qualms about downloading masses of music within the parameters I mentioned, I just don't particularly see a point to it.
User avatar #8 - mcstorms (02/25/2015) [-]
youtube isnt pirating
#9 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
technically no, functionally it's practically the same thing.
User avatar #10 - mcstorms (02/25/2015) [-]
to a degree but if you listen to their channels and vevos they receive money per view
#11 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
True but I don't really restrict myself to them, I generally don't because the 'lyric' videos load better/don't slow down whatever I'm doing at the time, and even when I do I usually have Ad block on because I hate running into those 10+ minute ad's that I have to skip which is kind of a pain if you're listening to a play list.
Also there's loads of premade playlists with a variety of artists from similar genre's regarding the lyric videos, but if you're on an artists vevo the only play lists you can see are the ones consisting almost entirely of that artist.

Again I make a point of NOT doing this and actually buying the album based on the stuff I listed above, given most of those artists are indie artists and the only ones I can think of doing this for off the top of my head are waterflame, Bo burnham, and Zedd's clarity.
User avatar #12 - mcstorms (02/25/2015) [-]
ad blocking ads on vevo takes money away from vevo not the band , but I digress.
#21 - I thought that for a bit, but Arthas didn't start out evil, an… 02/25/2015 on Detect Evil 0
#1 - It should be I want a chocobo burger and a hi-potion  [+] (1 new reply) 02/25/2015 on Sephiroth +14
User avatar #2 - imnotnewhereok (02/25/2015) [-]
That would also be funny.
#90 - The girl went snooping through his messages and started acting… 02/25/2015 on Owned 0
#89 - My first issue is that she's checking his texts, if I found a … 02/25/2015 on Owned 0
#16 - call her pastry.  [+] (1 new reply) 02/25/2015 on Relationship Tip 0
User avatar #20 - vinlandknight (02/25/2015) [-]
works for me, thanks
#2 - this post isn't saying they weren't awful to him it's proposin…  [+] (21 new replies) 02/25/2015 on Well, damn... +11
#13 - pjers (02/25/2015) [-]
I know you don't care, but glasses are free in the UK if you don't mind generic frames, All Hail The NHS.
#44 - apurpleliger (02/26/2015) [-]
Prescription glasses are still a pain to get whether you're paying for them or not
#22 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
I care a lot.
#23 - pjers (02/25/2015) [-]
Well there you go, good for everyone.
#25 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
not being sarcastic, that's actually something that's good to know, in the US and in Canada unless you're poor and do a bunch of paper work it costs about 100 for the exam and 50 per pair of generic glasses frames, if you want to get a good set of frames though that's another 50.
I imagine Harry's paper work isn't exactly in order (he was dropped on the door step not adopted properly, if he was child services would check up on him assuming the UK is like the US in that regard and if that were the case he wouldn't live under the stairs ) and I didn't realize you could just get glasses in the UK all willy nilly no hassle, gonna have to go to the UK next time I pick up a pair.
#26 - pjers (02/25/2015) [-]
we need a sarcasm font, because neither was I.
#27 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
I guess italics can kind of be construed as sarcasm
#28 - pjers (02/26/2015) [-]
Depends:
Well there you go, good for everyone.
Well there you go, good for everyone.
Well there you go, good for everyone.
Well there you go, good for everyone.
Could go either way.
#29 - amuzen (02/26/2015) [-]
wow italics feels super subtle on this site.
#31 - pjers (02/26/2015) [-]
That may be a contributive factor.
User avatar #19 - mrwalkerfour (02/25/2015) [-]
GLORIOUS NATIONAL HEALTH MASTER RACE
User avatar #17 - Furubatsu (02/25/2015) [-]
Still a pain to get though
#4 - okamibanshu (02/25/2015) [-]
yes but even the whole 'amplify negative emotions' aside. the dursleys HATED his family. Harry could have been loved. And if you read the first book, they talk about harry like he's a demon. They don't' treat him with love, and the glasses would have been broached by a school nurse or something. As to the schooling, the durslys follow the rules! So they couldn't lie about having another child, people would get suspicious. So you HAVE to enroll your child in school so that's not charity. They don't put him back under the stairs because they learn hes not allowed, not CAN'T do magic. As he showed in the movie 'i've already been expelled i have nothing left to loose' mentality. Add in the abuse dudly gave him, and that had nothing to do with the horcrux. He was just a mean boy picking on a smaller one. The horcrux is just a way to explain the durslys, it may have been part. But the durslys are still the ones at fault, not harry. As shown by the '50 cent piece' even when he's at Hogwarts, the only reason they even cared is because they got a letter.
#5 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
Slow down there, I wasn't saying that Harry was at fault, (although admitantly the OP did kinda open with that which was kinda dumb) I was saying it could very have been the horcrux inside hims fault, that's different.

As for the Dursleys 'hated' his family before hand that's not really true, his Aunt was jealous of his mom because her parents loved her more and his uncle disliked his parents because the first time he really heard of them and the magical community was when they dumped their kid off on the family that he was single handedly supporting with not much more explanation than a 'you better take care of him or you'll regret it'
It's no wonder he thought poorly of Harry's parents, they didn't even leave anything behind to support him, Really this is Dumbledores fault, if he had been more straight forward with the Dursleys things could have turned out way differently, there was no good reason why he never gave the Dursleys money to help support Harry, nor is there a good reason why he never checked up on him, or for that matter why he never really bothered to have a good sit down and explain things to the Dursleys. anything they were to give to Harry would directly have to come from their own newborn kid. That's pretty damn bad manners if you ask me.

So they didn't really 'hate' Harry's parent's before hand, they just had bad opinions of them, and for pretty good reason.
User avatar #18 - Furubatsu (02/25/2015) [-]
Actually Vernon's met the Potters beforehand as mentioned in Pottermore it didn't go well and he was fully aware that Petunia's sisters was a witch.
#21 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
Mentioned in comment #9,
#6 - okamibanshu (02/25/2015) [-]
the book references their dislike of Harry's parents, BOTH of them. And they all knew, save for dudly, what Harry's parents were. Vernen did know they were magical, that's why the tried to stomp it out of him early on. They had a hatred for harry from the very start, dislike whatever you wanna use to sugar coat it. The horcrux can only be blamed for so much. And i doubt the letter said they had to keep him safe or else. Dumbledore being who he was, probably guilted them into taking him.
#7 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
yeah they knew all that stuff and disliked them during the time that the books were put in, but we don't know if they felt that way before hand and I sincerely doubt that Vernon knew anything about the magical world before Dumbledore first knocked on his door.
#8 - okamibanshu (02/25/2015) [-]
they tell you about the family's dislike. Vernen may not have known anything, but he shared his dislike about harry before they ever met.
#9 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
I think we pretty much agreed with eachother back on comment #6 The Dursleys were bad but they weren't entirely responsible for their shenanigans, I don't agree with the OP saying that it's Harry fault, nor do I agree with them saying that the Dursleys were saint's, I just think their actions weren't entirely their own.

I did a bit of research, harrypotter.wikia.com/wiki/Vernon_Dursley apparently Vernon did have a vague idea of the magical community beforehand. I dont know where in the books this happened (It could've been from pottermore) he had a conversation with James and they didn't get along because he was pretty much jealous, HOWEVER at the time this wasn't really the kind of hatred he has for him during the books and it's not terribly misplaced because apparently he thought James job pretty much just consisted of being a wizard and was pretty upset to learn that he was sitting on top of a fortune in solid gold for, as far as he could tell, not really doing anything productive for society. I kind of feel like James shouldn't have described himself as a 'wizard' so much as he should have introduced himself as a magical police investigator.

Actually if anything this kind of explains the dursleys post adoption hatred even more, they knew Harry's parents were rich but they were suddenly expected to take care of him with little more than the contents of a single letter left by dumbeldore threatening them otherwise there's a chance dumbeldore didn't threaten them, we're never told what exactly was in the letter that was left with them, but the only two reasonable scenarios is that they took him in because the note made them feel empathetic towards (which seems unlikely to me given how they act like he was a plight forced on their home, and becomes even more unlikely since that would mean that the empathy they felt for him at the time was so strong they were willing to put their lives on the line to protect him later on) or because it made them feel threatened in some manner to a point where they were more scared of the consequences of giving up harry than they were of Voldemort.

I'm not saying the Dursleys are good, or even decent people, I'm just saying their motives are't really misplaced and I feel like the cause of all the bad blood was rooted in the actions of Dumbledore more than anything.
#36 - okamibanshu (02/26/2015) [-]
ok yeah we can agree on pretty much everything now except for the note. Unless theirs something out there, from the author xP, saying what the note said, i don't think Dumbledore would be that much of an ass. i think hed guilt them into it. Through the series he did great at veiled comments, but as far as i remember, nothing about veiled threats.

Off topic, video of Battlefield hardline is going on under this O.O i can't wait!
#136 - If you walk out into the middle of traffic you don't just run …  [+] (1 new reply) 02/25/2015 on Jaywalker Vs Van 0
User avatar #155 - Zarakima (02/25/2015) [-]
Yes, but in London at least it seems to work out fine. People don't walk out into oncoming traffic unless retarded or intoxicated, and if that's the case, Darwin awards to them.
#25 - he doesn't like good games? 02/25/2015 on I've been a naughty girl +2
#125 - that generates a bit of a problem of who's responsible for whe…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/25/2015 on Jaywalker Vs Van 0
User avatar #130 - Zarakima (02/25/2015) [-]
If you get hit while jaywalking it's all your responsibility unless someone went out of their way to mow you down.

Pretty simple.

Also I'm pretty sure legal jaywalking makes drivers more cautious about jaywalkers, not the other way around.
#136 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
If you walk out into the middle of traffic you don't just run the risk of getting yourself hurt though, you force people to slam on their breaks or attempt to swerve out of the way to stop from hitting you which can lead to them hitting, and possibly killing other people.

If you recklessly endanger other peoples lives, then you deserve to be punished.
User avatar #155 - Zarakima (02/25/2015) [-]
Yes, but in London at least it seems to work out fine. People don't walk out into oncoming traffic unless retarded or intoxicated, and if that's the case, Darwin awards to them.
#24 - in D&D terms I'd say rodney is Int: 18 wis: 10 …  [+] (2 new replies) 02/25/2015 on Well its true +2
#32 - angelusprimus (02/25/2015) [-]
Several times Samantha has solved problems Rodney couldn't.
She has been called greatest authority on wormhole physics. So I think you are wrong.
They are both INT 18, rodney has more points in science skills though.
#33 - afaik (02/25/2015) [-]
It's called rolling a 20
#235 - Picture 02/25/2015 on Doctors +1
#214 - I might be mis reading the content but I read somewhe… 02/24/2015 on It is probably gravy 0
#67 - to bad, take the time to get to a cross walk.  [+] (5 new replies) 02/24/2015 on Jaywalker Vs Van 0
User avatar #118 - Zarakima (02/25/2015) [-]
or just live pretty much anywhere else in the world where citizens aren't treated like babies that can't judge when not to cross a road.
#125 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
that generates a bit of a problem of who's responsible for when someone gets hit which generates a shit load of alternate problems

either you say it's blanket responsibility of the driver and
- you get con artists that purposely get hit in order to garner compensation
- which leads to drivers with leave no survivors attitude.
-which leads to a lot more innocent victims of hits and runs

or

Blanket responsibility of the civilian
-in which case you get more reckless drivers
-which leads to a lot more innocent victims of hits and runs
-and also you get people like the van in the video who took upholding basic traffic manners into his own hands.

Or the law attempts to designate and control the flow of traffic by putting sets of rules that restrict the flow of civilians/drivers in order to prevent them from clashing and puts the blame for said accidents on whoever breaks said rules.
Jay walking is just as dangerous for both you and the people you as ignoring a stop sign or speeding through a red light.

More people die from traffic accidents then anything else in the developed world, people with no regard for roadside safety are LITERALLY worse than cancer.
User avatar #130 - Zarakima (02/25/2015) [-]
If you get hit while jaywalking it's all your responsibility unless someone went out of their way to mow you down.

Pretty simple.

Also I'm pretty sure legal jaywalking makes drivers more cautious about jaywalkers, not the other way around.
#136 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
If you walk out into the middle of traffic you don't just run the risk of getting yourself hurt though, you force people to slam on their breaks or attempt to swerve out of the way to stop from hitting you which can lead to them hitting, and possibly killing other people.

If you recklessly endanger other peoples lives, then you deserve to be punished.
User avatar #155 - Zarakima (02/25/2015) [-]
Yes, but in London at least it seems to work out fine. People don't walk out into oncoming traffic unless retarded or intoxicated, and if that's the case, Darwin awards to them.
#65 - yeah or worse killed for it.  [+] (7 new replies) 02/24/2015 on Jaywalker Vs Van 0
#66 - huffe (02/24/2015) [-]
but... it's the shortest way to the store! i can't live without my Mountain Dew™
#67 - amuzen (02/24/2015) [-]
to bad, take the time to get to a cross walk.
User avatar #118 - Zarakima (02/25/2015) [-]
or just live pretty much anywhere else in the world where citizens aren't treated like babies that can't judge when not to cross a road.
#125 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
that generates a bit of a problem of who's responsible for when someone gets hit which generates a shit load of alternate problems

either you say it's blanket responsibility of the driver and
- you get con artists that purposely get hit in order to garner compensation
- which leads to drivers with leave no survivors attitude.
-which leads to a lot more innocent victims of hits and runs

or

Blanket responsibility of the civilian
-in which case you get more reckless drivers
-which leads to a lot more innocent victims of hits and runs
-and also you get people like the van in the video who took upholding basic traffic manners into his own hands.

Or the law attempts to designate and control the flow of traffic by putting sets of rules that restrict the flow of civilians/drivers in order to prevent them from clashing and puts the blame for said accidents on whoever breaks said rules.
Jay walking is just as dangerous for both you and the people you as ignoring a stop sign or speeding through a red light.

More people die from traffic accidents then anything else in the developed world, people with no regard for roadside safety are LITERALLY worse than cancer.
User avatar #130 - Zarakima (02/25/2015) [-]
If you get hit while jaywalking it's all your responsibility unless someone went out of their way to mow you down.

Pretty simple.

Also I'm pretty sure legal jaywalking makes drivers more cautious about jaywalkers, not the other way around.
#136 - amuzen (02/25/2015) [-]
If you walk out into the middle of traffic you don't just run the risk of getting yourself hurt though, you force people to slam on their breaks or attempt to swerve out of the way to stop from hitting you which can lead to them hitting, and possibly killing other people.

If you recklessly endanger other peoples lives, then you deserve to be punished.
User avatar #155 - Zarakima (02/25/2015) [-]
Yes, but in London at least it seems to work out fine. People don't walk out into oncoming traffic unless retarded or intoxicated, and if that's the case, Darwin awards to them.
#75 - It's a completely new continuity, they're probably going to do… 02/24/2015 on Superhero Comps: Cyborg 0
#73 - they've been retconning shows for decades.  [+] (2 new replies) 02/24/2015 on Superhero Comps: Cyborg 0
User avatar #74 - zomaru (02/24/2015) [-]
But that show as my childhood.

Also, how can you retcon a show but still say the titans existed?
#75 - amuzen (02/24/2015) [-]
It's a completely new continuity, they're probably going to do a reboot of the titans to if they haven't already.
#12 - "I wasn't there and didn't want to judge" So I c…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/24/2015 on I will not idly stand by 0
User avatar #16 - jdrinfantry (02/24/2015) [-]
I said "maybe" he was the asshole.
And I admitted I wasnt there, I said nothing about not judging. I absolutely want to judge him on his encounters with the police, that's only fair.


#21 - htmm (02/24/2015) [-]
I agree with you, I feel there are more good cops than bad ones.

But what people don't realize is that all they deal with is criminals, druggies, and shit-bags that wont listen to any one unless they are intimated. They get a negative view of the world, it's pretty much all they see.

So when they see something happen, sometimes it's difficult to switch off that hard-tone officer attitude, and dawn a gentle "I'm only dealing with a kid that lost his bike".

They are people too, and when they give people a ticket, it's generally not the officers fault they're getting the ticket, it's the one who is getting the ticket's fault. But people love to play the victim and not own up to their actions
User avatar #23 - jdrinfantry (02/24/2015) [-]
My point exactly buddy.
And calling them "officer" or "sir" is a great way to show some respect aswell, instead of "asshole" or "bastard". It's just soo much easier to deal with, and at the end of the day both you and the cop will be happier.
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