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#176 - .... Would you for the love of god make a comp of all the weir…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/08/2013 on Ready... Steady... Blackout 0
User avatar #180 - eight (02/08/2013) [-]
All covered in this thread.
The only things I have not done is the butt chug and drinking hand sanitizer. And I am not keen to ever try those.
#174 - **** you you're not my real mom! You snort the marijuan…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/08/2013 on Ready... Steady... Blackout +5
User avatar #175 - arstya (02/08/2013) [-]
Kid, you have a hell of a lot to learn about rock and roll.
#78 - Where are his statistics? Where are his figures? He is making …  [+] (2 new replies) 02/08/2013 on the holy pope 0
User avatar #80 - gmarrox (02/08/2013) [-]
What Africa was doesn't change what it is now. Most of Africa IS plagued by AIDS, fickle governments, violence, disease, and lawlessness. The church is offering its help in the way it believes will be most effective. The people of Africa have every right to disagree or do what they wish to. Nobody is twisting their arm into agreeing with the pope.
#81 - Common Pepe (02/08/2013) [-]
As a Catholic, I must thank u for being so understanding and tolerant of our ideas even though u dont share them.
#168 - Yeah! **** the brain, little no good pussy doing nothin… 02/08/2013 on Ready... Steady... Blackout +3
#166 - The stomach absorbs it almost instantaneously (diffusion), not… 02/08/2013 on Ready... Steady... Blackout 0
#164 - .... Did you inject it too?  [+] (4 new replies) 02/08/2013 on Ready... Steady... Blackout 0
User avatar #173 - eight (02/08/2013) [-]
No. No needles for me.

But gummy bear, Sour worms, gummy worms with soaked up vodka are delicious.
User avatar #230 - missjessicaparker (02/08/2013) [-]
I just use gummy bears, vodka soaked gummy worms creep me out for some reason. And how long do you usually let your gummies sit in the vodka?
User avatar #176 - bokkos (02/08/2013) [-]
.... Would you for the love of god make a comp of all the weird and wonderful ways you've ingested alcohol?
User avatar #180 - eight (02/08/2013) [-]
All covered in this thread.
The only things I have not done is the butt chug and drinking hand sanitizer. And I am not keen to ever try those.
#162 - That much alcohol for a brain not conditioned to it will knock…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/08/2013 on Ready... Steady... Blackout 0
User avatar #165 - twatmissile (02/08/2013) [-]
yeah hes a little bitch
User avatar #168 - bokkos (02/08/2013) [-]
Yeah! Fuck the brain, little no good pussy doing nothing but floating and shit
#161 - At least he just did 9 shots instead of snorting 9 marijuanas  [+] (5 new replies) 02/08/2013 on Ready... Steady... Blackout +49
#178 - putridgrim (02/08/2013) [-]
And I always just shoved them up my ass!
User avatar #171 - arstya (02/08/2013) [-]
The fuck are you doing, kid?! You inject marijuanas, you don't snort them! You will killed if you don't.
User avatar #174 - bokkos (02/08/2013) [-]
Fuck you you're not my real mom! You snort the marijuanas, then pick the buds that grow off your skin and inject those, fucking retard
User avatar #175 - arstya (02/08/2013) [-]
Kid, you have a hell of a lot to learn about rock and roll.
#167 - Common Pepe (02/08/2013) [-]
Snorting Marijuana?
#71 - I'm fairly sure a website called catholicism.about. com is mos…  [+] (5 new replies) 02/08/2013 on the holy pope 0
User avatar #77 - gmarrox (02/08/2013) [-]
Also, the Pope acknowledges that condoms ARE a last resort, and he firmly believes people should use any means to prevent it having to come to that.
User avatar #76 - gmarrox (02/08/2013) [-]
www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/mar/17/pope-africa-condoms-aids

^Anti-pope article.

"The Roman Catholic church encourages sexual abstinence and fidelity to prevent the disease from spreading, but it is a policy that has divided some clergy working with Aids patients."

""It is of great concern that the fabric of African life, its very source of hope and stability, is threatened by divorce, abortion, prostitution, human trafficking and a contraception mentality," he added."

tl;dr he's saying condoms just give the illusion that condoms will appropriate and effectively stop AIDS 100% of the time, which even a level-headed non-Christian like myself can agree to. His statement is that abstinence > condoms.
User avatar #78 - bokkos (02/08/2013) [-]
Where are his statistics? Where are his figures? He is making a sweeping statement that all African cultures are a) the same and b) would benefit from western ideals. Africa was host to some pretty impressive kingdoms (yes, kingdoms) during its high times, and I'm fairly sure it wasn't due to Christian dogma.
User avatar #80 - gmarrox (02/08/2013) [-]
What Africa was doesn't change what it is now. Most of Africa IS plagued by AIDS, fickle governments, violence, disease, and lawlessness. The church is offering its help in the way it believes will be most effective. The people of Africa have every right to disagree or do what they wish to. Nobody is twisting their arm into agreeing with the pope.
#81 - Common Pepe (02/08/2013) [-]
As a Catholic, I must thank u for being so understanding and tolerant of our ideas even though u dont share them.
#70 - While I agree, I think the point that should be made is that a… 02/08/2013 on the holy pope 0
#66 - You missed the part when he proclaimed condoms as AIDS factori…  [+] (9 new replies) 02/08/2013 on the holy pope -1
User avatar #69 - zramn (02/08/2013) [-]
Not to say that he was right in saying that condoms spread AIDS, but condoms are not a 100% stop to AIDS... So he was partly right. Some people think that condoms could stop bullets.
User avatar #70 - bokkos (02/08/2013) [-]
While I agree, I think the point that should be made is that any moral person would consider all preventative measures: Condoms, Abstinence, whatever. Ratzinger is only interested in spreading his chosen doctrine with his chosen methods, and that is incredibly immoral.
User avatar #68 - gmarrox (02/08/2013) [-]
catholicism.about.com/b/2010/11/23/pope-benedict-and-condoms-what-he-did- and-did-not-say.htm

Moreover, Pope Benedict did not say that the use of condoms is "morally justified" or "permissible" in order to stop the transmission of HIV. In fact, he went to great lengths to reaffirm his remarks, made at the beginning of his trip to Africa in 2009, "that we cannot solve the problem by distributing condoms." The problem is much deeper, and it involves a disordered understanding of sexuality that places sexual drives and the sexual act on a higher level than morality. Pope Benedict makes this clear when he discusses the "so-called ABC Theory"

tl;dr, He, like every Pope before him, sees condoms as morally unjust because they promote sex for recreation instead of procreation. I personally do not agree with this, but i do agree that he has the right to say how he feels about contraceptives, and his followers have every right to agree.

I DO agree that condoms do NOT solve the problem in Africa, because they give the illusion that it is then 100% safe to have sex with someone with HIV.
User avatar #71 - bokkos (02/08/2013) [-]
I'm fairly sure a website called catholicism.about. com is most definitely going to be biased as all hell.
However, I don't think a destructive opinion should be waved off. His remarks caused real and lasting damage on African communities battling AIDS; see if you can find Stephen Fry's opening to the intelligence squared debate, I believe he touched on the matter.
And no one is saying that condoms are "100% effective" against AIDS; However, anyone saying that they're not useful at least as a last resort is being deliberately dishonest. No moral person would discount the importance of all angles; the Catholic church only supports their own.
User avatar #77 - gmarrox (02/08/2013) [-]
Also, the Pope acknowledges that condoms ARE a last resort, and he firmly believes people should use any means to prevent it having to come to that.
User avatar #76 - gmarrox (02/08/2013) [-]
www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/mar/17/pope-africa-condoms-aids

^Anti-pope article.

"The Roman Catholic church encourages sexual abstinence and fidelity to prevent the disease from spreading, but it is a policy that has divided some clergy working with Aids patients."

""It is of great concern that the fabric of African life, its very source of hope and stability, is threatened by divorce, abortion, prostitution, human trafficking and a contraception mentality," he added."

tl;dr he's saying condoms just give the illusion that condoms will appropriate and effectively stop AIDS 100% of the time, which even a level-headed non-Christian like myself can agree to. His statement is that abstinence > condoms.
User avatar #78 - bokkos (02/08/2013) [-]
Where are his statistics? Where are his figures? He is making a sweeping statement that all African cultures are a) the same and b) would benefit from western ideals. Africa was host to some pretty impressive kingdoms (yes, kingdoms) during its high times, and I'm fairly sure it wasn't due to Christian dogma.
User avatar #80 - gmarrox (02/08/2013) [-]
What Africa was doesn't change what it is now. Most of Africa IS plagued by AIDS, fickle governments, violence, disease, and lawlessness. The church is offering its help in the way it believes will be most effective. The people of Africa have every right to disagree or do what they wish to. Nobody is twisting their arm into agreeing with the pope.
#81 - Common Pepe (02/08/2013) [-]
As a Catholic, I must thank u for being so understanding and tolerant of our ideas even though u dont share them.
#65 - As mentioned, Catholics are Christian; But Christians aren't C… 02/08/2013 on the holy pope +2
#61 - He's still an evil bastard who convinced millions that condoms…  [+] (11 new replies) 02/08/2013 on the holy pope -1
User avatar #63 - gmarrox (02/08/2013) [-]
Having no problem with homosexuals and proclaiming that he believes marriage is a holy union between man and woman are two TOTALLY different things, and I didn't say he was the FIRST to recognize it.
User avatar #66 - bokkos (02/08/2013) [-]
You missed the part when he proclaimed condoms as AIDS factories, had it translated into various African and South American dialects, and had it spread across the world. I get it, he's not as "evil" as Hitler, or Stalin; but that's a fucked up move for any leader.
User avatar #69 - zramn (02/08/2013) [-]
Not to say that he was right in saying that condoms spread AIDS, but condoms are not a 100% stop to AIDS... So he was partly right. Some people think that condoms could stop bullets.
User avatar #70 - bokkos (02/08/2013) [-]
While I agree, I think the point that should be made is that any moral person would consider all preventative measures: Condoms, Abstinence, whatever. Ratzinger is only interested in spreading his chosen doctrine with his chosen methods, and that is incredibly immoral.
User avatar #68 - gmarrox (02/08/2013) [-]
catholicism.about.com/b/2010/11/23/pope-benedict-and-condoms-what-he-did- and-did-not-say.htm

Moreover, Pope Benedict did not say that the use of condoms is "morally justified" or "permissible" in order to stop the transmission of HIV. In fact, he went to great lengths to reaffirm his remarks, made at the beginning of his trip to Africa in 2009, "that we cannot solve the problem by distributing condoms." The problem is much deeper, and it involves a disordered understanding of sexuality that places sexual drives and the sexual act on a higher level than morality. Pope Benedict makes this clear when he discusses the "so-called ABC Theory"

tl;dr, He, like every Pope before him, sees condoms as morally unjust because they promote sex for recreation instead of procreation. I personally do not agree with this, but i do agree that he has the right to say how he feels about contraceptives, and his followers have every right to agree.

I DO agree that condoms do NOT solve the problem in Africa, because they give the illusion that it is then 100% safe to have sex with someone with HIV.
User avatar #71 - bokkos (02/08/2013) [-]
I'm fairly sure a website called catholicism.about. com is most definitely going to be biased as all hell.
However, I don't think a destructive opinion should be waved off. His remarks caused real and lasting damage on African communities battling AIDS; see if you can find Stephen Fry's opening to the intelligence squared debate, I believe he touched on the matter.
And no one is saying that condoms are "100% effective" against AIDS; However, anyone saying that they're not useful at least as a last resort is being deliberately dishonest. No moral person would discount the importance of all angles; the Catholic church only supports their own.
User avatar #77 - gmarrox (02/08/2013) [-]
Also, the Pope acknowledges that condoms ARE a last resort, and he firmly believes people should use any means to prevent it having to come to that.
User avatar #76 - gmarrox (02/08/2013) [-]
www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/mar/17/pope-africa-condoms-aids

^Anti-pope article.

"The Roman Catholic church encourages sexual abstinence and fidelity to prevent the disease from spreading, but it is a policy that has divided some clergy working with Aids patients."

""It is of great concern that the fabric of African life, its very source of hope and stability, is threatened by divorce, abortion, prostitution, human trafficking and a contraception mentality," he added."

tl;dr he's saying condoms just give the illusion that condoms will appropriate and effectively stop AIDS 100% of the time, which even a level-headed non-Christian like myself can agree to. His statement is that abstinence > condoms.
User avatar #78 - bokkos (02/08/2013) [-]
Where are his statistics? Where are his figures? He is making a sweeping statement that all African cultures are a) the same and b) would benefit from western ideals. Africa was host to some pretty impressive kingdoms (yes, kingdoms) during its high times, and I'm fairly sure it wasn't due to Christian dogma.
User avatar #80 - gmarrox (02/08/2013) [-]
What Africa was doesn't change what it is now. Most of Africa IS plagued by AIDS, fickle governments, violence, disease, and lawlessness. The church is offering its help in the way it believes will be most effective. The people of Africa have every right to disagree or do what they wish to. Nobody is twisting their arm into agreeing with the pope.
#81 - Common Pepe (02/08/2013) [-]
As a Catholic, I must thank u for being so understanding and tolerant of our ideas even though u dont share them.
#57 - Supreme Pontiff sounds like a bitchin' car. Introduc… 02/08/2013 on the holy pope +23
#133 - Comment deleted 02/08/2013 on how funnyjunk works +5
#132 - Picture 02/08/2013 on how funnyjunk works +1
#127 - That's an F for the relative position on the Bass clef. For so… 02/08/2013 on Double standards 0
#125 - Umm.... Umm.... E?! Oh **** what is this I don't even 02/08/2013 on Double standards +1
#124 - Holy ******* moral conundrums batman. 02/08/2013 on Double standards +3
#120 - ENOUGH WITH MALE RAPE INVOLVING SEXY WOMEN . Hear about that … 02/08/2013 on Double standards +5
#118 - MFW I play tuba and don't really understand Treble clef  [+] (6 new replies) 02/08/2013 on Double standards +17
#123 - Common Pepe (02/08/2013) [-]
Thats the D on solfeg. Starting at the base line it goes EFGABCDEF, for base cleff starting at the bottom line, it goes GABCDEFGA
#122 - tkfishandchips (02/08/2013) [-]
**tkfishandchips rolled a random image posted in comment #322873 at Video Games Board ** What would it be if it was bass clef? I can read treble, but not bass.
#152 - jvizzlez (02/08/2013) [-]
Bass clef D
And if you mean the D right above C4, It would appear like a treble clef's 8va+ B
User avatar #127 - bokkos (02/08/2013) [-]
That's an F for the relative position on the Bass clef. For some reason it's just a shit-tastic note to play on a tuba
#119 - shreddddzd (02/08/2013) [-]
But i bet you can guess what note that is anyway.
User avatar #125 - bokkos (02/08/2013) [-]
Umm.... Umm.... E?! Oh fuck what is this I don't even
#71 - An interesting note on the squatting one: The sitting position… 02/08/2013 on 15 Insulting Signs +2
#592 - I miss your content dude... Come back 02/07/2013 on COMIC 18 0
#9 - Take this 02/07/2013 on Tumblr Being Tumblr +12
#5 - >Implying most men here wouldn't bury their meat pistons in…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/07/2013 on Could be usefull even today +4
#10 - Common Pepe (02/07/2013) [-]
I am evidence that beggars can be choosers.

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#12 - Common Pepe (05/30/2013) [-]
suck dick. you are an uncreative piece of **** .
#10 - Common Pepe (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 - Common Pepe (03/05/2013) [-]
sup fag
#4 - Common Pepe (03/04/2013) [-]
HEY FAGGOT GO DIE IN A FIRE YOU'RE A PIECE OF VIRGIN ****
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Yes he is! By far one of the best shows on the internet I think.
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