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Date Signed Up:4/07/2013
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#160 - Ah, yeah I haven't read the comics, and I figured that since l… 05/22/2015 on daredevil 0
#158 - *Sense people that were LIKE Matt 05/22/2015 on daredevil 0
#157 - What was it that gave the impression that the chemicals caused…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/22/2015 on daredevil 0
User avatar #159 - Viceroy (05/22/2015) [-]
I'm mostly going by the comics. In the comics Stick has the ability to detect chi and other things like that because of his training. His senses are acute but don't quite meet the superhuman levels of Matt's because of the chemicals.
Actual spoiler In the show, Matt says it was the chemicals that heightened his senses when Foggy finds out he's a vigilante.
User avatar #160 - beardgasm (05/22/2015) [-]
Ah, yeah I haven't read the comics, and I figured that since live action versions don't always adhere to the comics, they may be taking a different route. I had looked up Black Sky and I don't think that was even in the comics, but I could be wrong.
User avatar #158 - beardgasm (05/22/2015) [-]
*Sense people that were LIKE Matt
#86 - But how do you get a real life version of this? You can't exac… 05/22/2015 on daredevil +2
#83 - Eh, I think if they made him super tall it would just get unbe…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/22/2015 on daredevil +1
User avatar #84 - comicexplain (05/22/2015) [-]
Considering he's supposed to be a specimen of extraordinary talent and limits, it wouldn't be uncalled for; he's meant to be a foe even Superheros would have a problem with hand to hand.
#86 - beardgasm (05/22/2015) [-]
But how do you get a real life version of this? You can't exactly find an 8 foot tall extremely fat man who is also a good actor.
#81 - Was it though? Stick was the same as him, and he didn't get bl…  [+] (6 new replies) 05/22/2015 on daredevil 0
User avatar #132 - Viceroy (05/22/2015) [-]
It was always my assumption that Stick got his sensory acuteness due to some meditation or mental martial art. It's unclear because we know next to nothing about him.
But they make it pretty clear that the chemicals are what raised Matt's senses. Stick can sense what's around him, but Matt can hear every noise in the city and pinpoint any of them to a location..
User avatar #157 - beardgasm (05/22/2015) [-]
What was it that gave the impression that the chemicals caused his heightened senses? It must have flown over my head. Stick said something about being able to find or sense people like Matt, so maybe he's just a good detective, or maybe there's something supernatural about them that Stick could sense. I got the impression that when Stick was training Matt, he could do everything Matt could and more. I don't remember them hinting that Matt could sense way more than Stick.

Anyways I'm looking forward to the next season; hopefully they will go more into what a Black Sky is and clarify Matt's abilities and their origin.
User avatar #159 - Viceroy (05/22/2015) [-]
I'm mostly going by the comics. In the comics Stick has the ability to detect chi and other things like that because of his training. His senses are acute but don't quite meet the superhuman levels of Matt's because of the chemicals.
Actual spoiler In the show, Matt says it was the chemicals that heightened his senses when Foggy finds out he's a vigilante.
User avatar #160 - beardgasm (05/22/2015) [-]
Ah, yeah I haven't read the comics, and I figured that since live action versions don't always adhere to the comics, they may be taking a different route. I had looked up Black Sky and I don't think that was even in the comics, but I could be wrong.
User avatar #158 - beardgasm (05/22/2015) [-]
*Sense people that were LIKE Matt
#119 - Rascal (05/22/2015) [-]
That would be "Black Sky", which remains a mystery.
#79 - I think Vincent D'Onofrio fit the role perfectly. And from wha…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/22/2015 on daredevil +1
User avatar #80 - comicexplain (05/22/2015) [-]
If only his voice was a little deeper, and him a little taller, maybe a tad chubbier. But he definitely had the appeal!
User avatar #83 - beardgasm (05/22/2015) [-]
Eh, I think if they made him super tall it would just get unbelievable and ridiculous. Personally I'd rather he be more realistic that some 8 foot tall freak with a monster voice, but everyone's entitled to their opinion.
User avatar #84 - comicexplain (05/22/2015) [-]
Considering he's supposed to be a specimen of extraordinary talent and limits, it wouldn't be uncalled for; he's meant to be a foe even Superheros would have a problem with hand to hand.
#86 - beardgasm (05/22/2015) [-]
But how do you get a real life version of this? You can't exactly find an 8 foot tall extremely fat man who is also a good actor.
#40 - Your name tho  [+] (1 new reply) 05/22/2015 on Wait... what? +1
#71 - trollmobile (05/22/2015) [-]
my name is 4 years old
i knew my opinion would be unpopular here, obviously, i posted that i didn't like this cuntwad's shit-tier comics, on his comic, already on the frontpage.
and they repeatedly get frontpage.
but it is indeed my honest opinion.
i just don't care about thumbs, haven't for years.
#54 - Picture 05/22/2015 on Fallout +7
#44 - Picture 05/22/2015 on Photoshop gold +2
#43 - And his research led to the discovery of dark matter and the i… 05/22/2015 on Photoshop gold +7
#41 - He has done a lot to popularize science and has fought against… 05/22/2015 on Photoshop gold +11
#9 - Looks like you could use this. 05/21/2015 on Tits +2
#92 - Picture 05/18/2015 on Neil deGrasse Tyson on the... +11
#86 - Nope. If it's a reference, I don't get it. 05/17/2015 on Potion Seller Comp -3
#137 - Ah, oops. Well like someone else said, there's been research t… 05/17/2015 on Heart of Gold +1
#131 - Was gonna say that myself. I can't believe that theaters don't… 05/17/2015 on Fenns Job Comps- Movie Theatre 0
#130 - What exactly do you mean when you say you think gay people hav…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/17/2015 on Heart of Gold +2
User avatar #142 - totallytito (05/17/2015) [-]
Simple, somoene with identity issues who then is aroused by their former gender.
Though i won't ignore the fact that some trans people still like women despite /now/ being the same gender.
#134 - Rascal (05/17/2015) [-]
you misunderstood him, he said that trans people, who like the gender that they are, are just someone who is a gay but has a problem coming to terms with it.
User avatar #137 - beardgasm (05/17/2015) [-]
Ah, oops. Well like someone else said, there's been research that pretty clearly shows that trans people don't just have an identity issue that can be treated by therapy, but they actually have brain structures of the other sex.
#1196 - Picture 05/09/2015 on Free Steam Card Giveaway 0
#61 - What about doctors or hospitals? Even with other things like a…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/08/2015 on Gay People +8
User avatar #79 - demigodofmadness (05/08/2015) [-]
Well doctors have always had the option to choose who they take as patients, as they should after that much fucking schooling. And as if a hospital could deny service to anyone if they wanted to. They have boards and convincing a group of people to deny service to a group of people would be near impossible, especially since they are all in it for money.

Same thing with the big auto repair shops, but honestly if those father-son 3 employee auto-repair shops don't want to serve faggots it's their right. I doubt they're business will last long but it's still their right.
User avatar #81 - demigodofmadness (05/08/2015) [-]
That sounded super homophobic tone doesn't translate to text very well.

I was trying to imitate rednecks calling gay people "faggots" but I forgot I was typing and it came off like I hate gay people when I don't.
#116 - Rascal (05/09/2015) [-]
nice save, you nigger faggot
#60 - I don't get it...are you saying OP's post is discriminatory to…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/08/2015 on Gay People -3
#67 - apurpleliger (05/08/2015) [-]
They stated that gay people aren't assholes, implying the contrapositive, that straight people are.
User avatar #92 - sephirothpwnz (05/08/2015) [-]
I didn't take it as such. I took it as they were specifically about the specific bakery owners when they talk about "straight people"
#113 - apurpleliger (05/09/2015) [-]
Without clarification it could be taken either way, it just seems to be that the way you understood it isn't as popular.

Here's another alternative:
They said gay owners wouldn't do that because gays aren't assholes. One way to read this is that they are saying the only people who can be assholes are straight people, since they explicitly stated that gays aren't assholes.

Either way they're still pointing out that the owners are straight instead of just that the owners are assholes. I think we can all agree that the owners are assholes. But they'd be assholes whether they were straight or not. I'm not saying that their sexuality has nothing to do with it, but saying the opposite situation can't happen is discriminatory against straight people.
#308 - Picture 05/08/2015 on Coming Out Story 0
#281 - Still haven't told my dad, but I figure he knows, I'm open on …  [+] (2 new replies) 05/08/2015 on Coming Out Story 0
#295 - Rascal (05/08/2015) [-]
lol faggot
#308 - beardgasm (05/08/2015) [-]
#279 - Totally stealing homo erectus and fagtron 3000 05/08/2015 on Coming Out Story 0
#213 - Too much of anything can be bad. There's just nothing that ind…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/07/2015 on Tumblr on Deodorant +1
User avatar #216 - theruinedsage (05/07/2015) [-]
I'm not getting into a link war, there are too many conflicting sources on the internet to ever know anything for sure.

Regardless, I'm not taking the chance. The thought of Alzheimer scares the shit out of me.
#218 - obliviscor (05/07/2015) [-]
Well here, here's a snip from the FDA.

The agency does not find the current evidence sufficient to
conclude that aluminum from antiperspirant use results in Alzheimer's
disease. Both petitions mention the widely quoted study by Perl and
Good (Ref. 33) as showing that inhaled aluminum compounds may get
directly into the brain by a nasal-olfactory pathway. The agency does
not consider this animal study (published as a one-page Letter to the
Editor in Lancet) as adequate to establish a direct nasal-olfactory
pathway for aluminum. This study was only a small pilot animal study,
about which the agency has a number of concerns.
First, the method of introducing the aluminum to these animals was
not physiologically relevant. Two strips of Gelfoam (absorbable gelatin
sponge, USP) saturated with high concentrations of aluminum salts (15
percent aluminum lactate or 5 percent aluminum chloride) were inserted
into rabbits' left nasal recess through a hole drilled into the frontal
bone. While the authors attempted to demonstrate the accessibility of
aluminum from the nasal recess to the brain, the agency questions
whether the normal use of antiperspirant aerosols would ever produce a
high aluminum concentration in this relatively distant anatomic site.
Second, the size of this study was very small (only three rabbits in
each group). The agency is concerned that any error in this complicated
surgical procedure to introduce the aluminum salts or in preparing the
specimens for analysis could have caused a major difference in the
final results. Third, the results were not consistent. Of the three
animals exposed to aluminum lactate, besides the involvement of the
left olfactory bulb and the cerebral cortex, only one rabbit had a
lesion in the hippocampus while the other two rabbits had granulomas
found in the pyriform cortex. In the group exposed to aluminum
chloride, only one rabbit had a granuloma in the olfactory bulb while
the other two rabbits were free of lesions. The distribution of lesions
in this study was fairly random. If a nasal-olfactory pathway exists
for neuronal aluminum transport, the agency believes that the
distribution of these lesions should follow a more persistent
anatomical pattern. In addition, the authors were unable to explain why
two of the six rabbits were free of lesions. Finally, although some of
the rabbits had granulomas, these lesions did not resemble the plaques
or neurofibrillary tangles found in Alzheimer's disease, and none of
the rabbits had any symptomatic neurologic deficit. While this study
implied that access to the brain via the nasal recess may be possible
under nonphysiological conditions, a direct nasal-olfactory pathway and
any relationship to Alzheimer's disease cannot be established. Several
other studies, which were not done with aluminum, are of no value in
establishing a direct nasal-central nervous system pathway for aluminum
antiperspirants.
User avatar #222 - theruinedsage (05/08/2015) [-]
What I got from that is that a study was made about the chance that inhaling deodorant through your nose can cause aluminium poisoning, and that it was a somewhat poorly made study.

Which is really irrelevant, because what I heard was that the problem is that it is absorbed through your skin, and accumulates in your bloodstream, especially for women who shave their armpits.
#227 - obliviscor (05/09/2015) [-]
No, you didn't quite read that correctly. This was the biggest anti aluminum study, and it used rabbits and shoved aluminum compound laden sponges into cavities with easy access to the brain (their only chance of getting it NEAR the brain) and some didn't show any deposits/lesions and they couldn't even explain why. The point is, the blood brain barrier is a very good defence and the chances of aluminum levels ever actually getting high enough to even get PAST the blood brain barrier are very slim. Your kidneys would filter out any and all such toxins before reaching such a level.

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