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#10 - Wouldn't this depend? As Genos is entirely a robot, can he sti…  [+] (2 replies) 12/06/2015 on single slap jap content +1
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#11 - dreygur (12/06/2015) [-]
He isn't entirely a robot. Cyborgs are part human.
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#23 - marioslmg (12/06/2015) [-]
He is mostly robot though.
#96 - Eh. Instead of running to and ruining another place, they shou…  [+] (1 reply) 12/05/2015 on (untitled) 0
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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.
#94 - Because they see them as invaders.  [+] (3 replies) 12/05/2015 on (untitled) 0
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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.
#91 - Pro-tip: People have different opinions about different aspect…  [+] (5 replies) 12/04/2015 on (untitled) 0
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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.
#88 - So you're only proof is how you 'feel' what a statement implie…  [+] (7 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 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"
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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.