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#74 - Phrased that the wrong way  [+] (1 new reply) 01/31/2016 on Matriarchy -3
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#141 - opticmonkey (01/31/2016) [-]
You didn't phrase shit the wrong way, you just wanted to seem smart by pointing out a strawman when your original post was a strawman
#70 - Yeah like I said, elaborate then I'll check if you're right. I…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/31/2016 on Matriarchy -1
#80 - schnizel (01/31/2016) [-]
Also, did you call it in?
#78 - schnizel (01/31/2016) [-]
But you sure can bitch about anything I say, which you have all ready proven.
From an evolutionary standpoint the role of women in the earliest human societies was much greater than today. As lifegivers they were worshiped like the Sun was worshiped and thus they were given the head role in any tribe, and thus the matriarchy ruled. A father wasn't even given the role of a father, but the womans brother took care and raised the child, kinda fucked up. The matriarchy started to fall apart after more and more problems arose in society, tribal wars, lack of food, natural disasters, etc. and the people turned to a new kind of social order, not based upon the mother but the father and thus the patriarchy was founded. Men were for the most part hunters and gatherers, unlike women who spent more of their time taking care of children, or at home, or picking berries, etc. men hunted for food. The hunt has taught them how to be cold and calculated, it has taught them organisation and discipline required to come home with meat over their shoulders. Thus men as they organised their hunting parties have started to form societies around the same principles and thus creating their little warbands or clans. With the patriarchal social order, society started to advance into more complicated social groups, and later on into a civilization.
#107 - woof 01/31/2016 on An Alien's Guide to Humans +1
#60 - Nice strawman faggot. There's a difference between stating opi…  [+] (11 new replies) 01/31/2016 on Matriarchy -21
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#77 - Deavas (01/31/2016) [-]
I don't like that faggot, but he fucken rekt u, mot, I'll give him that
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#79 - schnizel (01/31/2016) [-]
<3
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#67 - schnizel (01/31/2016) [-]
Well look who's complaining. You were the first one to say that I'm wrong, not because of my point but rather of my academic level.
And I will after I conquer Pyke.
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#70 - beatmasterz (01/31/2016) [-]
Yeah like I said, elaborate then I'll check if you're right. I can't prove your point wrong if you haven't made an argument for it.
#80 - schnizel (01/31/2016) [-]
Also, did you call it in?
#78 - schnizel (01/31/2016) [-]
But you sure can bitch about anything I say, which you have all ready proven.
From an evolutionary standpoint the role of women in the earliest human societies was much greater than today. As lifegivers they were worshiped like the Sun was worshiped and thus they were given the head role in any tribe, and thus the matriarchy ruled. A father wasn't even given the role of a father, but the womans brother took care and raised the child, kinda fucked up. The matriarchy started to fall apart after more and more problems arose in society, tribal wars, lack of food, natural disasters, etc. and the people turned to a new kind of social order, not based upon the mother but the father and thus the patriarchy was founded. Men were for the most part hunters and gatherers, unlike women who spent more of their time taking care of children, or at home, or picking berries, etc. men hunted for food. The hunt has taught them how to be cold and calculated, it has taught them organisation and discipline required to come home with meat over their shoulders. Thus men as they organised their hunting parties have started to form societies around the same principles and thus creating their little warbands or clans. With the patriarchal social order, society started to advance into more complicated social groups, and later on into a civilization.
#64 - anon (01/31/2016) [-]
As long as we're spouting fallacies, he's just playing by your own bullshit black-and-white narrative.
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#62 - venomousvalentine (01/31/2016) [-]
you're a fucking hypocrite.
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#84 - haroldsaxon (01/31/2016) [-]
So far in this thread, at least. Not really. He has come out with doubts, wanting actual arguments, while giving 0 claims on the topic himself.
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#74 - beatmasterz (01/31/2016) [-]
Phrased that the wrong way
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#141 - opticmonkey (01/31/2016) [-]
You didn't phrase shit the wrong way, you just wanted to seem smart by pointing out a strawman when your original post was a strawman
#50 - Of course you can but it doesn't give your opinion much value.  [+] (13 new replies) 01/31/2016 on Matriarchy +6
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#54 - schnizel (01/31/2016) [-]
Then if you aren't an Oxford academic either I don't want to her your opinion on anything.
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#60 - beatmasterz (01/31/2016) [-]
Nice strawman faggot. There's a difference between stating opinions based on common sense and an educated worldview vs. stating opinions that laymen can't possibly claim.

If you elaborate on your claim that "nature instructed so" then I'll run it by a few experts and get back at ya.
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#77 - Deavas (01/31/2016) [-]
I don't like that faggot, but he fucken rekt u, mot, I'll give him that
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#79 - schnizel (01/31/2016) [-]
<3
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#67 - schnizel (01/31/2016) [-]
Well look who's complaining. You were the first one to say that I'm wrong, not because of my point but rather of my academic level.
And I will after I conquer Pyke.
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#70 - beatmasterz (01/31/2016) [-]
Yeah like I said, elaborate then I'll check if you're right. I can't prove your point wrong if you haven't made an argument for it.
#80 - schnizel (01/31/2016) [-]
Also, did you call it in?
#78 - schnizel (01/31/2016) [-]
But you sure can bitch about anything I say, which you have all ready proven.
From an evolutionary standpoint the role of women in the earliest human societies was much greater than today. As lifegivers they were worshiped like the Sun was worshiped and thus they were given the head role in any tribe, and thus the matriarchy ruled. A father wasn't even given the role of a father, but the womans brother took care and raised the child, kinda fucked up. The matriarchy started to fall apart after more and more problems arose in society, tribal wars, lack of food, natural disasters, etc. and the people turned to a new kind of social order, not based upon the mother but the father and thus the patriarchy was founded. Men were for the most part hunters and gatherers, unlike women who spent more of their time taking care of children, or at home, or picking berries, etc. men hunted for food. The hunt has taught them how to be cold and calculated, it has taught them organisation and discipline required to come home with meat over their shoulders. Thus men as they organised their hunting parties have started to form societies around the same principles and thus creating their little warbands or clans. With the patriarchal social order, society started to advance into more complicated social groups, and later on into a civilization.
#64 - anon (01/31/2016) [-]
As long as we're spouting fallacies, he's just playing by your own bullshit black-and-white narrative.
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#62 - venomousvalentine (01/31/2016) [-]
you're a fucking hypocrite.
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#84 - haroldsaxon (01/31/2016) [-]
So far in this thread, at least. Not really. He has come out with doubts, wanting actual arguments, while giving 0 claims on the topic himself.
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#74 - beatmasterz (01/31/2016) [-]
Phrased that the wrong way
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#141 - opticmonkey (01/31/2016) [-]
You didn't phrase shit the wrong way, you just wanted to seem smart by pointing out a strawman when your original post was a strawman
#91 - Grey wolves, African wild dogs, spotted hyenas, lungless spide…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/31/2016 on An Alien's Guide to Humans +4
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#108 - randomwanker (01/31/2016) [-]
I believe komodo dragons as wel
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#118 - alucardhell (01/31/2016) [-]
Kinda. They do use a form of it, but first they have to bite their prey and follow it till the infection kills which only takes a few hours. Humans can do the same thing, but without injuring and then follow for DAYS.

Just think of the fear that animal would have. It runs away from these predators, and then just when it thinks it got away, they appear again, just casually jogging along, so it runs away and the cycle continues till it collapse from exhaustion.
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#103 - asasqw (01/31/2016) [-]
None of them anywhere near our level, dogs being one of the closest so we domesticated them for hunting
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#107 - beatmasterz (01/31/2016) [-]
woof
#43 - How many years of evolutionarily biology have you taken, schnizel?  [+] (15 new replies) 01/31/2016 on Matriarchy +14
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#47 - schnizel (01/31/2016) [-]
So I can't talk about it without a degree?
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#50 - beatmasterz (01/31/2016) [-]
Of course you can but it doesn't give your opinion much value.
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#54 - schnizel (01/31/2016) [-]
Then if you aren't an Oxford academic either I don't want to her your opinion on anything.
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#60 - beatmasterz (01/31/2016) [-]
Nice strawman faggot. There's a difference between stating opinions based on common sense and an educated worldview vs. stating opinions that laymen can't possibly claim.

If you elaborate on your claim that "nature instructed so" then I'll run it by a few experts and get back at ya.
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#77 - Deavas (01/31/2016) [-]
I don't like that faggot, but he fucken rekt u, mot, I'll give him that
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#79 - schnizel (01/31/2016) [-]
<3
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#67 - schnizel (01/31/2016) [-]
Well look who's complaining. You were the first one to say that I'm wrong, not because of my point but rather of my academic level.
And I will after I conquer Pyke.
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#70 - beatmasterz (01/31/2016) [-]
Yeah like I said, elaborate then I'll check if you're right. I can't prove your point wrong if you haven't made an argument for it.
#80 - schnizel (01/31/2016) [-]
Also, did you call it in?
#78 - schnizel (01/31/2016) [-]
But you sure can bitch about anything I say, which you have all ready proven.
From an evolutionary standpoint the role of women in the earliest human societies was much greater than today. As lifegivers they were worshiped like the Sun was worshiped and thus they were given the head role in any tribe, and thus the matriarchy ruled. A father wasn't even given the role of a father, but the womans brother took care and raised the child, kinda fucked up. The matriarchy started to fall apart after more and more problems arose in society, tribal wars, lack of food, natural disasters, etc. and the people turned to a new kind of social order, not based upon the mother but the father and thus the patriarchy was founded. Men were for the most part hunters and gatherers, unlike women who spent more of their time taking care of children, or at home, or picking berries, etc. men hunted for food. The hunt has taught them how to be cold and calculated, it has taught them organisation and discipline required to come home with meat over their shoulders. Thus men as they organised their hunting parties have started to form societies around the same principles and thus creating their little warbands or clans. With the patriarchal social order, society started to advance into more complicated social groups, and later on into a civilization.
#64 - anon (01/31/2016) [-]
As long as we're spouting fallacies, he's just playing by your own bullshit black-and-white narrative.
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#62 - venomousvalentine (01/31/2016) [-]
you're a fucking hypocrite.
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#84 - haroldsaxon (01/31/2016) [-]
So far in this thread, at least. Not really. He has come out with doubts, wanting actual arguments, while giving 0 claims on the topic himself.
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#74 - beatmasterz (01/31/2016) [-]
Phrased that the wrong way
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#141 - opticmonkey (01/31/2016) [-]
You didn't phrase shit the wrong way, you just wanted to seem smart by pointing out a strawman when your original post was a strawman
#131 - sciencexplain, ******* how? 01/30/2016 on She spins both ways 0
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#252 - I feel you mang, humanity has developed through trial and erro… 01/28/2016 on Drink down your logic 0