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#77 - "Shouldn't you be old enough to know that's not what you … 07/16/2015 on Give me back my precious!... +2
#76 - Yeah, so long as he subdued him and didn't choke him out, any … 07/16/2015 on Give me back my precious!... +10
#41 - So is wearing mixed fabrics in Christianity. We stop … 07/16/2015 on AmIe doin it right? +36
#322 - Since any serious deleterious mutations normally have a preval… 07/16/2015 on Unfavorable Bird Meme 0
#62 - I thought a running theme in Age of Ultron is that the Avenger… 07/13/2015 on Fully working Hulk Buster toy +2
#52 - Large, destructive, lacks finesse, requires an insane amount o…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/13/2015 on Fully working Hulk Buster toy +1
#59 - thismustbeseen (07/13/2015) [-]
Those don't sound like problems if you're Tony Stark and fighting Ultron.
User avatar #62 - bokkos (07/13/2015) [-]
I thought a running theme in Age of Ultron is that the Avengers were causing equal parts damage as their foes, thus casting into doubt how valid their protection was. Plus a suit that complicated and large is going to require downtime to repair/rebuild, plus cost. And while cost probably doesn't matter to Stark very much, that thing cannot be cheap.
#12 - Not in, but around in the communities surrounding the vent. Th… 07/12/2015 on Seafood 0
#73 - You walk into a mechanic, ask for a wheel realignment. He take…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/12/2015 on LGBT the Oppressors 0
User avatar #74 - nigalthornberry (07/12/2015) [-]
His choice tho
#72 - Nope, doesn't work that way; Tolerance is employed exactly and… 07/12/2015 on LGBT the Oppressors -1
#10 - No sources, no proof, lax scientific jargon. What kind of a ca… 07/12/2015 on Never pee where you eat +1
#19 - Logically consistent arguments made from a true premise are as…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/12/2015 on At-At +1
User avatar #20 - Kazseppi (07/12/2015) [-]
Oh yeah I'm with you guys on the war on drugs situation I don't agree with that either. I'm not exceptionally well versed in the subject since I don't and don't plan on doing any drugs whether they stay illegal or become legal so it doesn't exactly interest me that much. But even I see that the war on drugs is dumb.
#16 - "Oh gee, these white police officers are yelling at me fo…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/12/2015 on At-At +1
User avatar #18 - Kazseppi (07/12/2015) [-]
It might not always work, but nothing always works. Or rarely does something always work.

You can disagree with the lawfulness of something. But drugs specifically, everyone knows what's illegal. And they in no way are a basic human right with how destructive they can be (CAN be). So to me, someone who gets caught selling drugs and THEN becomes angry about it is pretty silly.
User avatar #19 - bokkos (07/12/2015) [-]
Logically consistent arguments made from a true premise are as factually true as something can be. That's how good science and philosophy are born.
In terms of damage done, I think we need to recalibrate what that means. The USA spends 2 billion dollars a month on the drug war; well over 60 000 people have died on or around the Mexican border with the States. In terms of damage (life and economic) how do you get worse than this?
Couple this with the fact that drug use drops after legalization (see Portugal, Netherlands, Switzerland) and hospital treatment for narcotics use increases in equal amounts, we can see why.
tl;dr: I agree with you; do illegal shit and you should expect to be arrested. The drug war is just a travesty on top of that.
User avatar #20 - Kazseppi (07/12/2015) [-]
Oh yeah I'm with you guys on the war on drugs situation I don't agree with that either. I'm not exceptionally well versed in the subject since I don't and don't plan on doing any drugs whether they stay illegal or become legal so it doesn't exactly interest me that much. But even I see that the war on drugs is dumb.
#57 - There's always an "either/or" vibe to these posts. D… 07/12/2015 on Dont take the name of Taxes... 0
#8 - Doesn't work that way; the urea and other waste products in th…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/12/2015 on Never pee where you eat +1
User avatar #10 - bokkos (07/12/2015) [-]
No sources, no proof, lax scientific jargon. What kind of a casual do you take me for?
What the CDC actually said is that the chemicals do react with human waste and that can be irritable. What they fail to mention is a properly ran facility diverts all the water through filtration and other mechanics depending on the system being run. Large, nitrogenous complexes (like those formed between ClO- and urea) are easily taken up by the filtration system.
This is the fact sheet the CDC released: www.cdc.gov/healthywater/pdf/swimming/resources/share-fun-not-germs-508c.pdf
Tl;dr: Don't let shitty news sources read the science for you
#15 - The subject of happiness and material wealth has been on the p…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/09/2015 on Women's vs Men's Football 0
User avatar #16 - turtletroll (07/09/2015) [-]
Sure but somebody going from being poor to rich I bet makes them happier then being born into it.

When you're born sheltered. You are just that, sheltered. Anything slightly tragic is much much worse.
#13 - *The scope of the study does not extend beyond the United Stat… 07/09/2015 on Women's vs Men's Football 0
#12 - So rich footballers have no children? David Beckam has 4. No, …  [+] (4 new replies) 07/09/2015 on Women's vs Men's Football 0
User avatar #14 - turtletroll (07/09/2015) [-]
I'm saying the football players who are after the money.

If i'm offered a job which I love for a insane paycheck i'll take it in an instant.

What i'm saying is correlation doesn't equal causation.
User avatar #15 - bokkos (07/09/2015) [-]
The subject of happiness and material wealth has been on the philosophical table for at least 2000 years. And if correlation doesn't imply causation in this case (which it really does, since every study points in this direction), then you figure it out. I'm interested to see how close you come to an answer when the intellectual behemoths of our species couldn't crack the nut of human want. Everyone will take a big paycheck; not everyone will be satisfied once they have it.
User avatar #16 - turtletroll (07/09/2015) [-]
Sure but somebody going from being poor to rich I bet makes them happier then being born into it.

When you're born sheltered. You are just that, sheltered. Anything slightly tragic is much much worse.
User avatar #13 - bokkos (07/09/2015) [-]
*The scope of the study does not extend beyond the United States.

Is what I meant to say if I didn't fuck up
#10 - Children of affluent families are far more likely to suffer fr…  [+] (6 new replies) 07/09/2015 on Women's vs Men's Football 0
User avatar #11 - turtletroll (07/09/2015) [-]
That's children.

If the footballer was born into wealth then maybe not.

And are more likely or more diagnosed? I'm sure the poorest in the most wartorn countries are much worse off then a rich kid but they're much less likely to have a therapist say that they're depressed. Correct?
User avatar #12 - bokkos (07/09/2015) [-]
So rich footballers have no children? David Beckam has 4. No, not more likely to be diagnosed; the study was performed in the USA, with controls being selections of children from all wage groups. The scope of the study does not extend beyond
A child from a wartorn country is expected to be depressed, on top of suffering PTSD and other trauma. Wealthy children have none of the reasons a Syrian refugee child might have. That's why its interesting that they happen to be relatively so depressed.
Also, first world nations have a much higher incidence of suicide than less developed countries. And it's not just poor people offing themselves; Robin Williams killed himself for god's sake.
User avatar #14 - turtletroll (07/09/2015) [-]
I'm saying the football players who are after the money.

If i'm offered a job which I love for a insane paycheck i'll take it in an instant.

What i'm saying is correlation doesn't equal causation.
User avatar #15 - bokkos (07/09/2015) [-]
The subject of happiness and material wealth has been on the philosophical table for at least 2000 years. And if correlation doesn't imply causation in this case (which it really does, since every study points in this direction), then you figure it out. I'm interested to see how close you come to an answer when the intellectual behemoths of our species couldn't crack the nut of human want. Everyone will take a big paycheck; not everyone will be satisfied once they have it.
User avatar #16 - turtletroll (07/09/2015) [-]
Sure but somebody going from being poor to rich I bet makes them happier then being born into it.

When you're born sheltered. You are just that, sheltered. Anything slightly tragic is much much worse.
User avatar #13 - bokkos (07/09/2015) [-]
*The scope of the study does not extend beyond the United States.

Is what I meant to say if I didn't fuck up
#7 - If you need to be unsportsmanlike for a chance to win, decidin…  [+] (9 new replies) 07/09/2015 on Women's vs Men's Football +1
User avatar #18 - sanguinemybrother (07/09/2015) [-]
The question is...

If you got hit during a game and had the chance for a perfect dive to give your team the lead and decided not to do it,
then someone on the other team has the same situation and does take the dive.

What would be your ratio of being pissed off you didn't take the dive yourself to being pissed off that they cheated?

Personally I would be pissed off that they cheated but would like to think I wouldn't do it myself, Can't know for sure cause I've never had the chance to find out.

But I also know that some Managers, team-mates and club owners would be really pissed off you didn't do anything possible to win the game.
User avatar #9 - turtletroll (07/09/2015) [-]
I'm sure the HUGE paycheck help them get over that
User avatar #10 - bokkos (07/09/2015) [-]
Children of affluent families are far more likely to suffer from depression than any other demographic (in America at least). Every dollar made over living expenses has been shown to not increase general satisfaction.
I don't think big bucks is the catch 22 you're looking for.
User avatar #11 - turtletroll (07/09/2015) [-]
That's children.

If the footballer was born into wealth then maybe not.

And are more likely or more diagnosed? I'm sure the poorest in the most wartorn countries are much worse off then a rich kid but they're much less likely to have a therapist say that they're depressed. Correct?
User avatar #12 - bokkos (07/09/2015) [-]
So rich footballers have no children? David Beckam has 4. No, not more likely to be diagnosed; the study was performed in the USA, with controls being selections of children from all wage groups. The scope of the study does not extend beyond
A child from a wartorn country is expected to be depressed, on top of suffering PTSD and other trauma. Wealthy children have none of the reasons a Syrian refugee child might have. That's why its interesting that they happen to be relatively so depressed.
Also, first world nations have a much higher incidence of suicide than less developed countries. And it's not just poor people offing themselves; Robin Williams killed himself for god's sake.
User avatar #14 - turtletroll (07/09/2015) [-]
I'm saying the football players who are after the money.

If i'm offered a job which I love for a insane paycheck i'll take it in an instant.

What i'm saying is correlation doesn't equal causation.
User avatar #15 - bokkos (07/09/2015) [-]
The subject of happiness and material wealth has been on the philosophical table for at least 2000 years. And if correlation doesn't imply causation in this case (which it really does, since every study points in this direction), then you figure it out. I'm interested to see how close you come to an answer when the intellectual behemoths of our species couldn't crack the nut of human want. Everyone will take a big paycheck; not everyone will be satisfied once they have it.
User avatar #16 - turtletroll (07/09/2015) [-]
Sure but somebody going from being poor to rich I bet makes them happier then being born into it.

When you're born sheltered. You are just that, sheltered. Anything slightly tragic is much much worse.
User avatar #13 - bokkos (07/09/2015) [-]
*The scope of the study does not extend beyond the United States.

Is what I meant to say if I didn't fuck up
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#46 - When a country spends enough money every three days to solve h… 07/06/2015 on Pretty cool +7
#85 - Okay FJ gather round, let's see what Marriage Equality entitle… 07/05/2015 on >mfw people defend pedophilia 0
#84 - Yes, you'd be right if we were speaking Ancient Greek. Pedophi…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/05/2015 on >mfw people defend pedophilia 0
User avatar #92 - blueboysixnine (07/06/2015) [-]
You're thinking of child molestation which is the illegal act of touching a child inappropriately. Pedophilia is just the attraction that literally cant be against the law in any civil society
#27 - >i prefer individual response, but i'll consider it … 07/05/2015 on Will you press the button 17/? 0
#107 - That's what it's supposed to be. ART  [+] (1 new reply) 07/04/2015 on My favorite relatable... 0
#126 - strangesir (07/05/2015) [-]
You clever phuk.

Have a peach sticker.

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#12 - anon (05/30/2013) [-]
suck dick. you are an uncreative piece of **** .
#10 - anon (05/24/2013) [-]
Why isn't your name white? A lot of your comments suggest that this should be so...
#11 to #10 - bokkos (05/24/2013) [-]
I didn't get a comment in the top 150 or anything in the last two days.
User avatar #8 - tredbear (04/06/2013) [-]
why is your name blur instead of light blue?
User avatar #9 to #8 - bokkos (04/06/2013) [-]
I guess its for for people here over 2 years
#6 - anon (03/05/2013) [-]
sup fag
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HEY FAGGOT GO DIE IN A FIRE YOU'RE A PIECE OF VIRGIN ****
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Yahtzee is amazing.
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Yes he is! By far one of the best shows on the internet I think.
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