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#29 - To be honest, attacking the cast based on looks and weight is …  [+] (2 replies) 07/30/2016 on Milo Defends Himself on CNN +11
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#36 - thebigberg (07/30/2016) [-]
I dont know what you are talking about, but Jonah Hill has received a ton of comments on his weight. There was the time he lost his weight and the gained it back. People all over the internet where just shitting on him and making fun of how big he was. The cast for the new ghost busters was terrible. Leslie Jones I feel like played the stereotypical black religious woman in that movie. If she cares so much about the racist comments, then why did she take a roll that just perpetuated African American stereotypes? She doesnt care. She just cares about the attention and the money.
#41 - billshitzing (07/30/2016) [-]
Maybe man, but even if she perpetuated a stereotype then it seems counter-intuitive to insult her based on race.

I get what you're saying though, Jonah Hill does get a fair amount of shit based on weight, but I still think it's not as bad as some of the stuff written about Leslie Jones. Whatever she's done and whatever the motivation behind it, I don't think it's fair to compare her to a gorilla etc. There's a difference between taking the piss out of your own pre-conceived stereotypes and people hurling abuse at you because you are black.

I don't comment on here much because I have a lot of different opinions but don't wanna be that fucking guy, just the whole Leslie Jones thing got to me man.
#49 - You think free guns would have stopped 45000 low income Americ…  [+] (11 replies) 04/16/2016 on /pol/ beats the lefties again +10
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#156 - WutsAtroll (04/16/2016) [-]
Guns aren't free though but they are a constitutional right unlike health care. Should free food and free water also be constitutional rights because people die without those too. What about free electricity and heating?
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#353 - blackmageewizardt (04/16/2016) [-]
Funny, all that has germany included as a right for people, to have a heated house with food and water. In germany one can just be a fucking hobo if he really wants to be a hobo.

Now what?
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#356 - WutsAtroll (04/16/2016) [-]
that's crazy i've been to Germany and I actually had to pay for my food, and now you're telling me it's free?
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#357 - blackmageewizardt (04/16/2016) [-]
You just get free food and housing when you can proof that you are absolutly unable to pay for it you silly twat. As in: you got no job, you can´t pay your rent (mind you they will chose a cheaper place for you to life until you got fluid enough)

Also you are not german citizen, you wouldn´t get it theirfore. Deal with it.
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#118 - toosexyforyou (04/16/2016) [-]
Last I checked 6,000,000 is greater than 45,000.
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#155 - WutsAtroll (04/16/2016) [-]
And that's not including the Rwandan genocide, the millions who died in communist russia, communist China, etc. Governments go corrupt all the time
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#64 - brobathehutt (04/16/2016) [-]
He said free healthcare he didn't technically say free guns, especially because the post says free healthcare but does not say free guns anywhere in it either. As pointed out in the OP guns aren't fucking free and no one intends to make them free. For that fucking matter the government doesn't give people any fucking guns so it doesn't fucking matter at all as far as healthcare is concerned whether or not guns are free, available, or banned.
But riddle me this : how is healthcare a right yet college is not?
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#63 - masanori (04/16/2016) [-]
No, no. Gun ownership is an important bulwark against government overreach. People take this for granted, but even if you don't personally own guns, the fact that other people do is hugely important in limiting governmental abuse of power. They don't need to be free, but owning them is a right.
#97 - anon (04/16/2016) [-]
pretty naive to think that they would openly try to fight their own people anyway it'll all be done a lot more subtle keeping wages low and shit so people have other stuff to worry about
#51 - anon (04/16/2016) [-]
Free guns could help I think, but only after the application of free healthcare is complete. I mean really, I think it has the potential to save quite the cost here.

Imagine being armed with nothing but your fist and you got mugged and stabbed by some dudes, now you need to go to the hospital to get patched up (in which we assume healthcare is free right now), you're costing the state money. Now for the aftermath: You get stabbed, hurt, and possibly being in mortal danger, you lost your possessions, and you cost the state money.

However if let's say we have a gun right now, and the same dudes are trying to mug you, but you pulled out your gun. Now in here, there's a reasonably high chance of those muggers backing off. So, let's say they backed off by a 70% chance. Now let's see the aftermath: no one gets hurt, state doesn't need to expand any penny, and maybe the muggers have time to rethink about their decisions.

Now in the lesser occurrences where a guy with a legal gun shot another person for whatever reason that is. He's going to get convicted and charged with felony, and he's not going anywhere near a gun at anytime.
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#229 - Abortedwafflez (04/16/2016) [-]
I don't agree with that at all. If guns were free, they'd fall into the hands of criminals even easier. Most criminals get their guns as a handmedown, trade, or illegally purchased anyway. Imagine if EVERYONE had a gun, even your neighbor who somehow isn't defined as mentally disabled by the state. Your retarded neighbor Dave would just hand a gun to anyone who asked if they were his "friend." Then in the example you gave, the person mugging you would just have a gun too. Let's say they weren't a criminal until then and they had a gun suddenly through the very service the example government provided. Now you are just surrounded by a group of people with guns, and you have a gun, and if you take it out you're dead.

Free guns benefits no one. And that would just cost unnecessary tax dollars and probably would centralize gun development to governments rather than private gunsmith companies, hurting the economy.
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#200 - reapermaster (03/22/2015) [-]
jesus fucking christ
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#191 - alalalalal (03/22/2015) [-]
"Date Signed Up: 4/10/2010
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#77 - amata (03/22/2015) [-]
Oh fuck, this is it for me. I've got fucking cancer of the everything now.
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#44 - blehehe (03/22/2015) [-]
Oh god, the comments from back then are like 9gag comments now
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