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#160 - My bad, I got you mixed up with someone below in this thread w…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/21/2014 on Real Superpowers 0
User avatar #305 - malhaloc (06/22/2014) [-]
True, but I'm talking about that being the cause of death that replaces "old age", which was also a natural cause.
#159 - > "You can't die of old age. As you get older, your bo…  [+] (6 new replies) 06/21/2014 on Real Superpowers 0
User avatar #166 - TheHutchie (06/21/2014) [-]
Well yeah, exactly. We call it natural causes, so it is. But it implies something totally different, and in a sense, it's an inaccurate term.

I'm having difficulty explaining it, but I think you know what I mean.
#299 - auryn (06/21/2014) [-]
It's very natural for the body to give up sooner or later.

Ofcourse one part will give up before the rest does, so the death could be attributed to the failure of an organ in specific if you want to be precise, but any death by organ failure is a natural cause of death unless it's caused by a wound, virus, or poison.

I feel it's a pretty clear and well-describing term, I wonder what you think 'natural cause' implies, why it's inaccurate, and what according to you a 'real' natural cause of death is.
User avatar #300 - TheHutchie (06/21/2014) [-]
To me, "natural causes" and "death by old age" are synonymous.

When one hears "natural causes" they think, "Oh, he got old and passed away" when in reality it's organ failure. The line between death by catastrophic organ failure and death by natural causes is divided only by age - do we even have a definition of where that line stands exactly?

It's kind of a grey area, and although the term fits, it fits only because that's how we use it.
#301 - auryn (06/21/2014) [-]
Organ failure is a natural cause of death, regardless of age.

Natural cause of death simply means death by no direct external cause.
User avatar #302 - TheHutchie (06/21/2014) [-]
When Jimmy "The Rev" Sullivan died, it was ruled as natural causes.

He was 27, and was killed by drug use.

You might be technically correct, but that's stupid and misleading.
#304 - auryn (06/21/2014) [-]
Ofcourse there's nothing natural about an overdose or extensive use of drugs.

They put things like that under the pretense of natural cause for the public image.
#155 - Natural cause of death means by death by old age / disease, as…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/21/2014 on Real Superpowers 0
User avatar #156 - malhaloc (06/21/2014) [-]
I know what it means. But on their report when they have to write the cause of death it is unacceptable to write old age as a cause. And in the case of the elderly, when we used to say old age, in most cases its reported as organ failure or total organ failure.
#160 - auryn (06/21/2014) [-]
My bad, I got you mixed up with someone below in this thread who's claiming there's technically no such thing as a natural cause of death.

Your first sentence was misleading though, and technically incorrect because in a lot of cases organ failure would be a natural death. Just like a rose is a rose but also a flower.
User avatar #305 - malhaloc (06/22/2014) [-]
True, but I'm talking about that being the cause of death that replaces "old age", which was also a natural cause.
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It's too late to fix it.
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#35 - danigoro (06/19/2014) [-]
Kind of
#334 - (A few more examples) "Animal protein productio… 06/19/2014 on understanding 0
#333 - If you would just assume the most practical point of view and …  [+] (1 new reply) 06/19/2014 on understanding 0
User avatar #339 - catburglarpenis (06/19/2014) [-]
So I'm guessing you never clicked on these: www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGLABm7jJ-Y

www.scientificamerican.com/article/do-plants-think-daniel-chamovitz/

and www.viewzone.com/plants.html

or read these: robbwolf.com/2013/04/04/debunking-paleo-diet-wolfs-eye-view/

robbwolf.com/shop/products/the-paleo-solution-the-original-human-diet/

or watch these: www.amazon.com/Perfect-Human-Diet-C-J-Hunt/dp/B00AX4QF70

www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfcPMj-8lzg

www.youtube.com/watch?v=evcNPfZlrZs
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I know that a vegetarian diet is healthier than eating McDonald's, clearly. But with very little effort even a fast food based diet can achieve nearly twice the health related results of plant-based nutrition, as the last link provides. The guy in that documentary eventually went full-blown Paleo as well- you can check on his website.

It's fun to quote people and not provide links, but doing your research can be fun too. I've been Paleo for around 5 years now and I've been studying the health and fitness industry for around 15 years. I even wrote a book about it when I was 19!

The important part is to try to remain scientific. Continually proving yourself wrong is basically the way to grow and learn. I tried many diets before I went on Paleo, and was even a vegetarian for quite some time for health benefits. I had happen to me the same thing that happened to Robb Wolf, Ryu Cope (Bad Buddhist Radio) and that guy off the documentary. It took me a while for my health and physique to recover from that.

So go do some research! I promise you'll learn and it'll be fun! It's always fun to delve into what you're doing and see if there's a more efficient way to go about it. It's much better than copying and pasting text without providing a reference. Have fun!
#52 - I like both. 06/18/2014 on pizza +2
#331 - Since it's not a matter of survival or health to us, a human b…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/18/2014 on understanding 0
User avatar #332 - catburglarpenis (06/19/2014) [-]
Did you read the rest of this thread?! Vegetables suffer MORE, not less! To say that it's OK for vegetables to suffer but not animals is BY FAR the most ignorant and selfish thing we can possibly do!

Plus you said "human being can do perfectly fine, in fact even better in a lot of aspects, on a vegetarian diet."

So I'd like you to elaborate. In what way, exactly? Are you speaking in terms of health, or the agricultural revolution, which has been by and large the worse possible thing we have done to the planet as a whole? Explain this particular point, because I can't even guess at what you mean.
#334 - auryn (06/19/2014) [-]
(A few more examples)

"Animal protein production requires more than eight times as much fossil-fuel energy than production of plant protein while yielding animal protein that is only 1.4 times more nutritious for humans than the comparable amount of plant protein, according to the Cornell ecologist's analysis.

Tracking food animal production from the feed trough to the dinner table, Pimentel found broiler chickens to be the most efficient use of fossil energy, and beef, the least. Chicken meat production consumes energy in a 4:1 ratio to protein output; beef cattle production requires an energy input to protein output ratio of 54:1. (Lamb meat production is nearly as inefficient at 50:1, according to the ecologist's analysis of U.S. Department of Agriculture statistics. Other ratios range from 13:1 for turkey meat and 14:1 for milk protein to 17:1 for pork and 26:1 for eggs.)

Animal agriculture is a leading consumer of water resources in the United States, Pimentel noted. Grain-fed beef production takes 100,000 liters of water for every kilogram of food. Raising broiler chickens takes 3,500 liters of water to make a kilogram of meat. In comparison, soybean production uses 2,000 liters for kilogram of food produced; rice, 1,912; wheat, 900; and potatoes, 500 liters. "Water shortages already are severe in the Western and Southern United States and the situation is quickly becoming worse because of a rapidly growing U.S. population that requires more water for all of its needs, especially agriculture," Pimentel observed.

Livestock are directly or indirectly responsible for much of the soil erosion in the United States, the ecologist determined. On lands where feed grain is produced, soil loss averages 13 tons per hectare per year. Pasture lands are eroding at a slower pace, at an average of 6 tons per hectare per year. But erosion may exceed 100 tons on severely overgrazed pastures, and 54 percent of U.S. pasture land is being overgrazed."
#333 - auryn (06/19/2014) [-]
If you would just assume the most practical point of view and use some common sense you'll go a long way.

Naturally I was talking about health when I said "Plus you said "human being can do perfectly fine, in fact even better in a lot of aspects, on a vegetarian diet."

And the consiousness of plants is nowhere near to the experience of animals, plants do not experience suffering like animals do. Ofcourse ideally it would be best to not negatively affect anything or anyone, but this is just a classic case of the lesser of two evils principle.

Oh, and you want to talk agriculture or ecology? How about for example the fact that the U.S. could feed 800 million people with the grain that it takes to feed livestock, that's more than twice the human population. Talk about inefficiency.
User avatar #339 - catburglarpenis (06/19/2014) [-]
So I'm guessing you never clicked on these: www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGLABm7jJ-Y

www.scientificamerican.com/article/do-plants-think-daniel-chamovitz/

and www.viewzone.com/plants.html

or read these: robbwolf.com/2013/04/04/debunking-paleo-diet-wolfs-eye-view/

robbwolf.com/shop/products/the-paleo-solution-the-original-human-diet/

or watch these: www.amazon.com/Perfect-Human-Diet-C-J-Hunt/dp/B00AX4QF70

www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfcPMj-8lzg

www.youtube.com/watch?v=evcNPfZlrZs
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I know that a vegetarian diet is healthier than eating McDonald's, clearly. But with very little effort even a fast food based diet can achieve nearly twice the health related results of plant-based nutrition, as the last link provides. The guy in that documentary eventually went full-blown Paleo as well- you can check on his website.

It's fun to quote people and not provide links, but doing your research can be fun too. I've been Paleo for around 5 years now and I've been studying the health and fitness industry for around 15 years. I even wrote a book about it when I was 19!

The important part is to try to remain scientific. Continually proving yourself wrong is basically the way to grow and learn. I tried many diets before I went on Paleo, and was even a vegetarian for quite some time for health benefits. I had happen to me the same thing that happened to Robb Wolf, Ryu Cope (Bad Buddhist Radio) and that guy off the documentary. It took me a while for my health and physique to recover from that.

So go do some research! I promise you'll learn and it'll be fun! It's always fun to delve into what you're doing and see if there's a more efficient way to go about it. It's much better than copying and pasting text without providing a reference. Have fun!
#328 - Than you're highly uninformed. There are varieties of…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/18/2014 on understanding +2
User avatar #330 - anderps (06/18/2014) [-]
Thumb for my good sir. I did not know that. I'm sorry for posting like a retard.
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#253 - anonymous (06/18/2014) [-]
#105 - You know what they say, no pain pain, no gain gain. 06/18/2014 on Stretchin +6
#326 - Nonsense. A vegetarian diet can be very practical and…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/18/2014 on understanding +1
User avatar #327 - anderps (06/18/2014) [-]
Did that come with a little protein? What did you eat, eggs? I don't know about you, but the only protein that I've heard of comes from meat.
#328 - auryn (06/18/2014) [-]
Than you're highly uninformed.

There are varieties of beans, peas, grains, nuts, and seeds, with more than sufficient proteins.
For the vast majority of the time I did not consume eggs. I did eat and drink dairy products.
User avatar #330 - anderps (06/18/2014) [-]
Thumb for my good sir. I did not know that. I'm sorry for posting like a retard.
#325 - I suggest to look it up in a dictionary if you don't know the …  [+] (6 new replies) 06/18/2014 on understanding -1
User avatar #329 - catburglarpenis (06/18/2014) [-]
I took an entire ethics and morality class in college, and passed it with flying colors. What I'm asking is for you to explain to me how it applies in this situation.
#331 - auryn (06/18/2014) [-]
Since it's not a matter of survival or health to us, a human being can do perfectly fine, in fact even better in a lot of aspects, on a vegetarian diet.

And I think we can all agree that to choose the gratification of our own pleasure that involves the suffering of others is a selfish choice indeed.
User avatar #332 - catburglarpenis (06/19/2014) [-]
Did you read the rest of this thread?! Vegetables suffer MORE, not less! To say that it's OK for vegetables to suffer but not animals is BY FAR the most ignorant and selfish thing we can possibly do!

Plus you said "human being can do perfectly fine, in fact even better in a lot of aspects, on a vegetarian diet."

So I'd like you to elaborate. In what way, exactly? Are you speaking in terms of health, or the agricultural revolution, which has been by and large the worse possible thing we have done to the planet as a whole? Explain this particular point, because I can't even guess at what you mean.
#334 - auryn (06/19/2014) [-]
(A few more examples)

"Animal protein production requires more than eight times as much fossil-fuel energy than production of plant protein while yielding animal protein that is only 1.4 times more nutritious for humans than the comparable amount of plant protein, according to the Cornell ecologist's analysis.

Tracking food animal production from the feed trough to the dinner table, Pimentel found broiler chickens to be the most efficient use of fossil energy, and beef, the least. Chicken meat production consumes energy in a 4:1 ratio to protein output; beef cattle production requires an energy input to protein output ratio of 54:1. (Lamb meat production is nearly as inefficient at 50:1, according to the ecologist's analysis of U.S. Department of Agriculture statistics. Other ratios range from 13:1 for turkey meat and 14:1 for milk protein to 17:1 for pork and 26:1 for eggs.)

Animal agriculture is a leading consumer of water resources in the United States, Pimentel noted. Grain-fed beef production takes 100,000 liters of water for every kilogram of food. Raising broiler chickens takes 3,500 liters of water to make a kilogram of meat. In comparison, soybean production uses 2,000 liters for kilogram of food produced; rice, 1,912; wheat, 900; and potatoes, 500 liters. "Water shortages already are severe in the Western and Southern United States and the situation is quickly becoming worse because of a rapidly growing U.S. population that requires more water for all of its needs, especially agriculture," Pimentel observed.

Livestock are directly or indirectly responsible for much of the soil erosion in the United States, the ecologist determined. On lands where feed grain is produced, soil loss averages 13 tons per hectare per year. Pasture lands are eroding at a slower pace, at an average of 6 tons per hectare per year. But erosion may exceed 100 tons on severely overgrazed pastures, and 54 percent of U.S. pasture land is being overgrazed."
#333 - auryn (06/19/2014) [-]
If you would just assume the most practical point of view and use some common sense you'll go a long way.

Naturally I was talking about health when I said "Plus you said "human being can do perfectly fine, in fact even better in a lot of aspects, on a vegetarian diet."

And the consiousness of plants is nowhere near to the experience of animals, plants do not experience suffering like animals do. Ofcourse ideally it would be best to not negatively affect anything or anyone, but this is just a classic case of the lesser of two evils principle.

Oh, and you want to talk agriculture or ecology? How about for example the fact that the U.S. could feed 800 million people with the grain that it takes to feed livestock, that's more than twice the human population. Talk about inefficiency.
User avatar #339 - catburglarpenis (06/19/2014) [-]
So I'm guessing you never clicked on these: www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGLABm7jJ-Y

www.scientificamerican.com/article/do-plants-think-daniel-chamovitz/

and www.viewzone.com/plants.html

or read these: robbwolf.com/2013/04/04/debunking-paleo-diet-wolfs-eye-view/

robbwolf.com/shop/products/the-paleo-solution-the-original-human-diet/

or watch these: www.amazon.com/Perfect-Human-Diet-C-J-Hunt/dp/B00AX4QF70

www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfcPMj-8lzg

www.youtube.com/watch?v=evcNPfZlrZs
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------
I know that a vegetarian diet is healthier than eating McDonald's, clearly. But with very little effort even a fast food based diet can achieve nearly twice the health related results of plant-based nutrition, as the last link provides. The guy in that documentary eventually went full-blown Paleo as well- you can check on his website.

It's fun to quote people and not provide links, but doing your research can be fun too. I've been Paleo for around 5 years now and I've been studying the health and fitness industry for around 15 years. I even wrote a book about it when I was 19!

The important part is to try to remain scientific. Continually proving yourself wrong is basically the way to grow and learn. I tried many diets before I went on Paleo, and was even a vegetarian for quite some time for health benefits. I had happen to me the same thing that happened to Robb Wolf, Ryu Cope (Bad Buddhist Radio) and that guy off the documentary. It took me a while for my health and physique to recover from that.

So go do some research! I promise you'll learn and it'll be fun! It's always fun to delve into what you're doing and see if there's a more efficient way to go about it. It's much better than copying and pasting text without providing a reference. Have fun!
#13 - Is it like, really really dangerous?  [+] (8 new replies) 06/18/2014 on Timmy The Mouse +9
User avatar #44 - neokun (06/18/2014) [-]
I wouldn't say really REALLY dangerous. Along as they stay in calm environments and keep them out of water. Stress can lead to a disease in hamsters called 'wet tail'. I've had about 11 hamsters in the past 8 years and I don't think I've lost any of them to wet tail. However I did find one of them missing their head one time. I just assumed it died in its sleep and the family ate its brain. I found out that hamsters do that to make sure predators don't pick up the scent of the dead hamsters.

Oh and if you have hamsters of your own, buy a hamster food bowl and fill it with chincilla sand, hamsters love to bathe in it.
User avatar #106 - icewraith (06/18/2014) [-]
Jesus, what a bunch of trouble for a glorified rat.
This is why you should get a real pet, like an alligator. No fur, no barking, no meowing, no diseases, no ticks, no flees, no special diet, and it will protect your house.
User avatar #96 - ieatbengay (06/18/2014) [-]
when i got a first hamster the pet store owner said living in an unclean/damp enviroment caused wet tail

User avatar #110 - neokun (06/18/2014) [-]
I doubt thats what killed him. Out of all 11 hamsters he was the first and last to die the way he did. Plus I am a clean freak. I hate germs. Just... Fucking hate it.
User avatar #117 - ieatbengay (06/18/2014) [-]
i wasnt implying that killed him
#118 - neokun (06/18/2014) [-]
User avatar #34 - boomerpyro (06/18/2014) [-]
mostly for lemmings, some of them actually "explode" when they get stressed
they tighten muscles up so hard that their internal organs pop out
#48 - envinite (06/18/2014) [-]
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#174 - Not comparable at all. Lions and sharks can't survive…  [+] (9 new replies) 06/18/2014 on understanding -1
#323 - anderps (06/18/2014) [-]
It's not a moral choice if it's what was supposed to happen in the first place. I mean come on, Humans lived off of RAW MEAT Until 10,000 years ago. You know, eating out entire MAMMOTHS.
User avatar #304 - catburglarpenis (06/18/2014) [-]
You still are hung up on the "morality" of the situation. Have you read the rest of the thread? What exactly makes one choice more or less moral?
#325 - auryn (06/18/2014) [-]
I suggest to look it up in a dictionary if you don't know the definition.
User avatar #329 - catburglarpenis (06/18/2014) [-]
I took an entire ethics and morality class in college, and passed it with flying colors. What I'm asking is for you to explain to me how it applies in this situation.
#331 - auryn (06/18/2014) [-]
Since it's not a matter of survival or health to us, a human being can do perfectly fine, in fact even better in a lot of aspects, on a vegetarian diet.

And I think we can all agree that to choose the gratification of our own pleasure that involves the suffering of others is a selfish choice indeed.
User avatar #332 - catburglarpenis (06/19/2014) [-]
Did you read the rest of this thread?! Vegetables suffer MORE, not less! To say that it's OK for vegetables to suffer but not animals is BY FAR the most ignorant and selfish thing we can possibly do!

Plus you said "human being can do perfectly fine, in fact even better in a lot of aspects, on a vegetarian diet."

So I'd like you to elaborate. In what way, exactly? Are you speaking in terms of health, or the agricultural revolution, which has been by and large the worse possible thing we have done to the planet as a whole? Explain this particular point, because I can't even guess at what you mean.
#334 - auryn (06/19/2014) [-]
(A few more examples)

"Animal protein production requires more than eight times as much fossil-fuel energy than production of plant protein while yielding animal protein that is only 1.4 times more nutritious for humans than the comparable amount of plant protein, according to the Cornell ecologist's analysis.

Tracking food animal production from the feed trough to the dinner table, Pimentel found broiler chickens to be the most efficient use of fossil energy, and beef, the least. Chicken meat production consumes energy in a 4:1 ratio to protein output; beef cattle production requires an energy input to protein output ratio of 54:1. (Lamb meat production is nearly as inefficient at 50:1, according to the ecologist's analysis of U.S. Department of Agriculture statistics. Other ratios range from 13:1 for turkey meat and 14:1 for milk protein to 17:1 for pork and 26:1 for eggs.)

Animal agriculture is a leading consumer of water resources in the United States, Pimentel noted. Grain-fed beef production takes 100,000 liters of water for every kilogram of food. Raising broiler chickens takes 3,500 liters of water to make a kilogram of meat. In comparison, soybean production uses 2,000 liters for kilogram of food produced; rice, 1,912; wheat, 900; and potatoes, 500 liters. "Water shortages already are severe in the Western and Southern United States and the situation is quickly becoming worse because of a rapidly growing U.S. population that requires more water for all of its needs, especially agriculture," Pimentel observed.

Livestock are directly or indirectly responsible for much of the soil erosion in the United States, the ecologist determined. On lands where feed grain is produced, soil loss averages 13 tons per hectare per year. Pasture lands are eroding at a slower pace, at an average of 6 tons per hectare per year. But erosion may exceed 100 tons on severely overgrazed pastures, and 54 percent of U.S. pasture land is being overgrazed."
#333 - auryn (06/19/2014) [-]
If you would just assume the most practical point of view and use some common sense you'll go a long way.

Naturally I was talking about health when I said "Plus you said "human being can do perfectly fine, in fact even better in a lot of aspects, on a vegetarian diet."

And the consiousness of plants is nowhere near to the experience of animals, plants do not experience suffering like animals do. Ofcourse ideally it would be best to not negatively affect anything or anyone, but this is just a classic case of the lesser of two evils principle.

Oh, and you want to talk agriculture or ecology? How about for example the fact that the U.S. could feed 800 million people with the grain that it takes to feed livestock, that's more than twice the human population. Talk about inefficiency.
User avatar #339 - catburglarpenis (06/19/2014) [-]
So I'm guessing you never clicked on these: www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGLABm7jJ-Y

www.scientificamerican.com/article/do-plants-think-daniel-chamovitz/

and www.viewzone.com/plants.html

or read these: robbwolf.com/2013/04/04/debunking-paleo-diet-wolfs-eye-view/

robbwolf.com/shop/products/the-paleo-solution-the-original-human-diet/

or watch these: www.amazon.com/Perfect-Human-Diet-C-J-Hunt/dp/B00AX4QF70

www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfcPMj-8lzg

www.youtube.com/watch?v=evcNPfZlrZs
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I know that a vegetarian diet is healthier than eating McDonald's, clearly. But with very little effort even a fast food based diet can achieve nearly twice the health related results of plant-based nutrition, as the last link provides. The guy in that documentary eventually went full-blown Paleo as well- you can check on his website.

It's fun to quote people and not provide links, but doing your research can be fun too. I've been Paleo for around 5 years now and I've been studying the health and fitness industry for around 15 years. I even wrote a book about it when I was 19!

The important part is to try to remain scientific. Continually proving yourself wrong is basically the way to grow and learn. I tried many diets before I went on Paleo, and was even a vegetarian for quite some time for health benefits. I had happen to me the same thing that happened to Robb Wolf, Ryu Cope (Bad Buddhist Radio) and that guy off the documentary. It took me a while for my health and physique to recover from that.

So go do some research! I promise you'll learn and it'll be fun! It's always fun to delve into what you're doing and see if there's a more efficient way to go about it. It's much better than copying and pasting text without providing a reference. Have fun!
#29 - Needs more muscle! Beautiful girl though. 06/17/2014 on Wonder Woman ready for action 0

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#37 - konradkurze ONLINE (04/24/2014) [-]
here have more LEARNING on FJ
#42 to #37 - auryn ONLINE (04/24/2014) [-]
The fact that you think this would even annoy me the slightest cheers me up.

I wish I could thumb that comment up.
User avatar #46 to #42 - konradkurze ONLINE (04/24/2014) [-]
so when someone else posts something educational and not funny to you, you bitch, when i do it, you want to thumb me up

logic is a white woman and youre the ****** raping her
#49 to #46 - auryn ONLINE (04/25/2014) [-]
I didn't bitch.

I tried to explain the fallacy in your assumptions.

On the other hand, you started by rebuking the people who had a different opinion.
Haha, that hypocrisy thing again, huh.
User avatar #29 - drewsky (01/18/2013) [-]
You're literally on a track to get yourself banned from too many thumbs down because you feel the need to post your opinion. You know that, right?
#30 to #29 - auryn ONLINE (01/18/2013) [-]
I need over 7500 more red thumbs to get close to that, so I've got a while.

Although I once managed to get over 9000 red thumbs within 3 weeks on my previous account.
Definitely worth the ********** .
#36 to #30 - konradkurze ONLINE (04/24/2014) [-]
so you admit to what i said

you troll for fun
#38 to #36 - auryn ONLINE (04/24/2014) [-]
I hardly do, check my previous comments.

And even if I did, it wouln't make a difference, my intentions doesn't take away from my arguments, even if I were trolling it doesn't mean I'm not right, and most certainly doesn't make any of what you said any less ridiculous. lol.
User avatar #39 to #38 - konradkurze ONLINE (04/24/2014) [-]
ahem....9000 red thumbs in 3 weeks = Troll
#40 to #39 - auryn ONLINE (04/24/2014) [-]
You're point being?
User avatar #41 to #40 - konradkurze ONLINE (04/24/2014) [-]
stating my fact
youre a troll who comes here to be a dick for a giggle

again ill hope you hit puberty soon
#43 to #41 - auryn ONLINE (04/24/2014) [-]
Yes, I come here for a giggle.

You're point being?
#45 to #43 - konradkurze ONLINE (04/24/2014) [-]
* comes here for a giggle   
* bitches at me for having a different opinion
* comes here for a giggle
* bitches at me for having a different opinion
#47 to #45 - auryn ONLINE (04/24/2014) [-]
I didn't bitch at you for having a different opinion.

I tried to explain some things to you that you had, and still have, difficulty understanding.
Things like that people might have thumbed the content down for other reasons.
User avatar #53 to #47 - konradkurze ONLINE (04/25/2014) [-]
well you obviously dont know funnyjunkers

if you ever paid attention to them. they largely bitch at anything that contradicts mainstream ideals of political corectness

in the case of this pic, providing the non-PC truth about race/species, the FJ kids would bitch about it being 'racist'

then again you seem to devote your time to ************ others instead of paying attention to them
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#51 to #48 - auryn ONLINE (04/25/2014) [-]
Read back all the comments of our conversation and you'll find that 90% of the ************ is done by you. I've said a thing or two but you resort to ungrounded insults pretty much every comment.

Hypocrisy much?
#50 to #48 - auryn ONLINE (04/25/2014) [-]
Read back all the comments of our conversation and you'll find that 90% of the ************ is done by you. I've said a thing or two but you resort to ungrounded insults pretty much every comment.

Hypocrisy much?
#44 to #43 - auryn ONLINE (04/24/2014) [-]
Your*
#31 to #30 - drewsky (01/18/2013) [-]
WHAT, 9000?!?!
#32 to #31 - auryn ONLINE (01/18/2013) [-]
Haha, yeah.

It was on the ponytime channel, bronies are very easily to startle.
#33 to #32 - drewsky (01/18/2013) [-]
What if I told you that I'm a brony?
What if I told you that I'm a brony?
#34 to #33 - auryn ONLINE (01/18/2013) [-]
Comment Picture
#35 to #34 - drewsky (01/18/2013) [-]
Well, then good day, sir.
Well, then good day, sir.
User avatar #14 - wittyuser (05/31/2012) [-]
your user name is my name without the L
inb4 cool story bro
#15 to #15 - auryn ONLINE (05/31/2012) [-]
I picked Auryn because I liked the symbol of the talisman and what it represents, both depicting duality and infinity.
User avatar #55 to #15 - Falkor (05/21/2014) [-]
you didn't pick it for the neverending story? : (
#56 to #55 - auryn ONLINE (05/21/2014) [-]
Ofcourse I did!

That's why I chose it in the first place.
User avatar #57 to #56 - Falkor (05/21/2014) [-]
i just looked up what talisman was, lol
User avatar #12 - kylecolb (05/05/2012) [-]
are you on bodybuilding.com? do you have a profile there? love that site
#13 to #12 - auryn ONLINE (05/05/2012) [-]
I've read an assload of articles and threads on that site, but I don't have a profile.
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#7 - neededllama (04/02/2012) [-]
So you're gonna keep trolling?
Also, why did you choose this name, and not another Trek name?
Did you not want to be known as Trek anymore?
#8 to #7 - auryn ONLINE (04/02/2012) [-]
I figured I'll just keep a low profile this time and keep the trolling to a minimum.

User avatar #3 - coolponyboy (03/29/2012) [-]
hey whats up?
#6 to #3 - auryn ONLINE (03/31/2012) [-]
The sky.
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