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Who the fuck writes in these things?
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|#18 - And that's why some of us go to University, because ***… [+] (5 new replies)||04/15/2014 on How Excited He Looks||0|
|#288 - Perhaps, but for me it tosses the whole infographic into doubt…||04/15/2014 on "Women only get 77%"||0|
|#25 - One of the citations is Huffington Post. I find the validity o… [+] (2 new replies)||04/14/2014 on "Women only get 77%"||0|
#288 - bokkos (04/15/2014) [-]
Perhaps, but for me it tosses the whole infographic into doubt (either valid or not). What I should have said is the lack of qualitative evidence and over reliance on "pop" references is what kills it for me. Maybe its just University, but I have a hard time accepting research from organizations not associated with post secondary or actual research labs. Academic chauvinism maybe?
|#21 - I'll take it. [+] (1 new reply)||04/14/2014 on He made that movie just for...||0|
|#19 - No, I meant exactly what I said. Source, plz. [+] (3 new replies)||04/14/2014 on He made that movie just for...||0|
|#17 - [Source Needed] [+] (5 new replies)||04/14/2014 on He made that movie just for...||0|
|#16 - There are numerous sociological, anthropological, economic, bu… [+] (1 new reply)||04/14/2014 on He made that movie just for...||+8|
|#74 - That's... Not true at all. Read the article; it states that …||04/14/2014 on This week||0|
|#12 - Picture||04/09/2014 on Science Female dog!||+15|
|#188 - Well large cats of today have sharpening behaviours, involving…||04/05/2014 on Dope art from a dope artist||+1|
|#183 - It prevents wear and tear on the claw during running, to keep … [+] (2 new replies)||04/05/2014 on Dope art from a dope artist||+1|
#188 - bokkos (04/05/2014) [-]
Well large cats of today have sharpening behaviours, involving running their claws over wood and other semi-tough materials to break off loose chips and hone the claws. Raptors could have potentially had this behaviour (even if their intelligence has been slightly exaggerated), but I would say once it became dull it stayed that way, potentially leading to starvation. There is anecdotal evidence to suggest that some raptor species may have hunted in packs, alleviating the burden of a less efficient claw, but nothing conclusive has been discovered yet.
|#99 - element noun 1. a component or constituent of a… [+] (1 new reply)||04/04/2014 on Random Facts||0|
|#597 - OP, are you happy with what you've done?||04/03/2014 on Just out of intrest||+1|
|#49 - ... The parentheses never closed. [+] (7 new replies)||04/03/2014 on two sides of the same coin||+216|
#71 - anonexplains (04/03/2014) [-]
Now that you mention it, I think he might have missed a semicolon somewhere in there.
#132 - anonexplains (04/03/2014) [-]
#51 - nimithecat (04/03/2014) [-]
For the female 'neckbeards'
(Seriously, if we put neckbeards and chubby girls together, it might help them lead happy lives, as they have their own separate flaws that they can embrace about eachother, and their tolerances to eachother's flaws also greatly reduces the impacts of arguments.) Essentially, if they just lowered their standards and instead went for their own kin of the opposite sex, they can potentially have very well-balanced relationships. Of course, nobody wants to go for the chubby one, but I sucked it up and did it.
Happily, ever freakin after. Sure she don't have the curves or rocking body i wanted,
but damn it she kicked my ass in Battlefield 3, collects more figures than I do, and makes me look like a filthy casual by comparison. Fuck yeah! That's a lot better than having some kind of stupid hottie that I can't even relate with.
|#36 - Well. It's a joke I think? Jokexplain, any insight? [+] (1 new reply)||04/02/2014 on Made me laugh sooooooo||+1|
#46 - anonexplains (04/03/2014) [-]
jokexplain doesn't put up with stupid shit
|#200 - Comment deleted||04/02/2014 on Just let it go...||+1|
|#36 - Picture [+] (4 new replies)||04/02/2014 on Just let it go...||+41|
#219 - anonexplains Comment deleted by bokkos
|#123 - Why is everyone whispering?||04/02/2014 on Stay classy internet||+1|
|#122 - We're talking about ******* cartoon characters, t… [+] (1 new reply)||04/02/2014 on Stay classy internet||+3|
|#90 - It's more of an issue that they don't even have the region of …||03/25/2014 on Why must you feel me in...||0|
|#43 - Reptiles.... Don't... Do.... That.... I'd actually l… [+] (8 new replies)||03/24/2014 on Why must you feel me in...||+8|
#48 - anonexplains (03/24/2014) [-]
**anonymous rolled a random image posted in comment #7977849 at girguy's beta & cringe board. friendzoned forever. **
#44 - shadowsynergy (03/24/2014) [-]
Almost all animals have an instinct to protect babies.They can get over it while they're hungry, but when they aren't hungry, and given how often snakes need to eat, I'll bet he wasn't hungry. He saw those big eyes, soft fur, and warm little fluffiness, and was won over by the cuteness.
#90 - bokkos (03/25/2014) [-]
It's more of an issue that they don't even have the region of the brain required for altruistic behaviour of protecting young animals. Crocodiles come close, but that's a purely intraspecies instinct. You can see a tiger protecting and rearing pigs, but you'll never see a crocodile (or snake) protecting puppies.
|#42 - Too bad human fat isn't blubber. Blubber is a highly specializ… [+] (1 new reply)||03/21/2014 on Fat logic||+16|
|#37 - Not at all. Being humble is magnitudes more important than spo…||03/16/2014 on In my local music store||+1|
|#33 - Could you repeat that? I couldn't read that over the sound of … [+] (3 new replies)||03/16/2014 on In my local music store||0|
#34 - anonexplains (03/16/2014) [-]
Im not being arrogant about it, and even if I was. Don't you think someone who worked harder than everyone else has a little room to brag?
#37 - bokkos (03/16/2014) [-]
Not at all. Being humble is magnitudes more important than spouting your personal success story over others. Good at guitar? Cool. Maybe being kind and sharing your story would be a better avenue of discussion, rather than "Your friends just doesn't have his soul in the right place." What kind of asinine, self-aggrandizing statement is that?
"Humility is the solid foundation of all virtues." -Confucius
|#53 - Comment deleted||03/11/2014 on psychological faqs||0|