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#88 - So you're only proof is how you 'feel' what a statement implie…  [+] (7 new replies) 12/04/2015 on (untitled) 0
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#90 - nustix (12/04/2015) [-]
It's not about the fact that it's actually happening it's about people who would want it to happen.
I can't take this shit seriously when an anon comments this:
"In return, they rape and kill the people who want to help them"
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#91 - captainfuckitall (12/04/2015) [-]
Pro-tip: People have different opinions about different aspects of life. It happens. If you dismiss an entire view because one person is a bit radical or illogical in their support, you're going to have a very, very hard time being alive.

People want refugees gone.
Refugees want to stay.
Naturally there's going to be conflict.
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#93 - nustix (12/05/2015) [-]
I'm alright with people who want the refugees gone, I just find it hard to believe you would want someone extra teargassed for no good reason when you have a decent sense of empathy.
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#94 - captainfuckitall (12/05/2015) [-]
Because they see them as invaders.
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#95 - nustix (12/05/2015) [-]
Yeah there is were the empathy comes in. You might see them as invaders knocking down barricades to ruin your live. From there perspective they are in a hell hole and getting to Europe means salvation.
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#96 - captainfuckitall (12/05/2015) [-]
Eh. Instead of running to and ruining another place, they should build up their own home first.
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#97 - nustix (12/05/2015) [-]
Yeah, when you are under a constant threat from both your government and ISIS getting something off the ground is rather hard. You can't build a country when your people are in a constant state of war.
#86 - Any proof they are "already subdued"?  [+] (10 new replies) 12/04/2015 on (untitled) 0
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#87 - nustix (12/04/2015) [-]
"Like us for more teargas on refugees" if people unironically like that it's not because to actually keep the refugees away.
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#89 - captainfuckitall (12/04/2015) [-]
(Psst, also, it was 'like is for more news'. The 'Tear-Gas on refugees' was just an unfortunate twist)
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#88 - captainfuckitall (12/04/2015) [-]
So you're only proof is how you 'feel' what a statement implies.

Okay.
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#90 - nustix (12/04/2015) [-]
It's not about the fact that it's actually happening it's about people who would want it to happen.
I can't take this shit seriously when an anon comments this:
"In return, they rape and kill the people who want to help them"
User avatar
#91 - captainfuckitall (12/04/2015) [-]
Pro-tip: People have different opinions about different aspects of life. It happens. If you dismiss an entire view because one person is a bit radical or illogical in their support, you're going to have a very, very hard time being alive.

People want refugees gone.
Refugees want to stay.
Naturally there's going to be conflict.
User avatar
#93 - nustix (12/05/2015) [-]
I'm alright with people who want the refugees gone, I just find it hard to believe you would want someone extra teargassed for no good reason when you have a decent sense of empathy.
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#94 - captainfuckitall (12/05/2015) [-]
Because they see them as invaders.
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#95 - nustix (12/05/2015) [-]
Yeah there is were the empathy comes in. You might see them as invaders knocking down barricades to ruin your live. From there perspective they are in a hell hole and getting to Europe means salvation.
User avatar
#96 - captainfuckitall (12/05/2015) [-]
Eh. Instead of running to and ruining another place, they should build up their own home first.
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#97 - nustix (12/05/2015) [-]
Yeah, when you are under a constant threat from both your government and ISIS getting something off the ground is rather hard. You can't build a country when your people are in a constant state of war.
#12 - If they're unreported, how do you know a 'good portion' of them don't? 12/04/2015 on Anon spends his new year +4
#51 - It was, it just wasn't life-changing or eye opening like peopl…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/04/2015 on Iroh +2
#71 - zenler (12/05/2015) [-]
id say context is key because it was made 2005-2008

it certainly affected me growing up since i was a kid/teenager when i first watched it

then fanfiction over the years supplemented that haha


heh if i watched it brand spankingly new today, i'd think its lame

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#53 - fuzzyballs (12/04/2015) [-]
you may have missed the part where I said I don't watch anime
that means I have no idea what that is
#31 - I watched the entire Last Avatar just recently, and though I c…  [+] (5 new replies) 12/04/2015 on Iroh +1
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#57 - kjftiger (12/04/2015) [-]
At least for me it was so great because I grew up with it, for a young person this show could be life changing because it is a stage of life that we take in so much knowledge and advice from everyone.
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#46 - fuzzyballs (12/04/2015) [-]
the last airbender was actually a good show
it's the only anime I ever watched more than 5 minutes of

I watched like 5 minutes of Legend of Korra
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#51 - captainfuckitall (12/04/2015) [-]
It was, it just wasn't life-changing or eye opening like people kinda made it out to be.

Like Katawa Shoujo, people talk about that shit like it teaches them how to love again and I just thought "Alright, cool"
#71 - zenler (12/05/2015) [-]
id say context is key because it was made 2005-2008

it certainly affected me growing up since i was a kid/teenager when i first watched it

then fanfiction over the years supplemented that haha


heh if i watched it brand spankingly new today, i'd think its lame

pic unrelated

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#53 - fuzzyballs (12/04/2015) [-]
you may have missed the part where I said I don't watch anime
that means I have no idea what that is
#65 - You're right, not allowing people to invade totally shows a la…  [+] (12 new replies) 12/04/2015 on (untitled) +8
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#85 - nustix (12/04/2015) [-]
No people screaming to throw more teargas at already subdued refugees is.
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#86 - captainfuckitall (12/04/2015) [-]
Any proof they are "already subdued"?
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#87 - nustix (12/04/2015) [-]
"Like us for more teargas on refugees" if people unironically like that it's not because to actually keep the refugees away.
User avatar
#89 - captainfuckitall (12/04/2015) [-]
(Psst, also, it was 'like is for more news'. The 'Tear-Gas on refugees' was just an unfortunate twist)
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#88 - captainfuckitall (12/04/2015) [-]
So you're only proof is how you 'feel' what a statement implies.

Okay.
User avatar
#90 - nustix (12/04/2015) [-]
It's not about the fact that it's actually happening it's about people who would want it to happen.
I can't take this shit seriously when an anon comments this:
"In return, they rape and kill the people who want to help them"
User avatar
#91 - captainfuckitall (12/04/2015) [-]
Pro-tip: People have different opinions about different aspects of life. It happens. If you dismiss an entire view because one person is a bit radical or illogical in their support, you're going to have a very, very hard time being alive.

People want refugees gone.
Refugees want to stay.
Naturally there's going to be conflict.
User avatar
#93 - nustix (12/05/2015) [-]
I'm alright with people who want the refugees gone, I just find it hard to believe you would want someone extra teargassed for no good reason when you have a decent sense of empathy.
User avatar
#94 - captainfuckitall (12/05/2015) [-]
Because they see them as invaders.
User avatar
#95 - nustix (12/05/2015) [-]
Yeah there is were the empathy comes in. You might see them as invaders knocking down barricades to ruin your live. From there perspective they are in a hell hole and getting to Europe means salvation.
User avatar
#96 - captainfuckitall (12/05/2015) [-]
Eh. Instead of running to and ruining another place, they should build up their own home first.
User avatar
#97 - nustix (12/05/2015) [-]
Yeah, when you are under a constant threat from both your government and ISIS getting something off the ground is rather hard. You can't build a country when your people are in a constant state of war.
#5 - No, no, no, you don't understand. Criticizing religion is A-Ok… 12/03/2015 on Saudi lectures Norway +42
#203845 - That's a personal choice. It's not a matter of maturi… 12/03/2015 on Advice - love advice,... 0
#22 - This is so fake, SJW's never criticize anything but Europeans;… 12/02/2015 on (untitled) 0
#117 - Think less "Blood-wrenching-gore" and more "Sup… 12/01/2015 on Not Even Bait 0