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chaostian

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#24 - For the time being yes that is true. I've saved a life, and se…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/06/2016 on election 0
#27 - nyynjato (07/06/2016) [-]
Yeah, all life ends. The question you should be asking is if it has value or not and then be consistent with that belief, saying that violence is acceptable because death is unavoidable is a poor excuse. Life either has value or not, the world isn't perfect but it starts and ends with ourselves. If we're ever going to get anywhere we have to be the change we seek in the world, lest we be fooled into repeating the sins of those before us in the name of our chosen greater good.

But you know what the really scary part is? That there is no greater feeling of glory, no drug potent enough or pussy tight enough to match the ecstasy of vindictively taking a life. This is the shit that keeps me up at night. Our machines are programed for survival, notions of conflict and dominance are hardwired into our culture and DNA, how silly we all must seem in the end trying to rise above our primal selves. Yet there is the urge to find understanding, the capability to suppress our ego and let go of our desires to control and manipulate. We got some lofty ass fucking goals for being the beasts we are. A savage will always be a savage, but nobility calls to us nonetheless.
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#45 - fancypyro (07/06/2016) [-]
Wow. That is some profound and incredibly meaningful stuff. Hats off to you, sir. It's been a pleasure getting your sobering and amazingly pragmatic perspective.
#47 - nyynjato (07/06/2016) [-]
its just my perspective figure this shit out for yourselves lel
#17 - The reason you would be given that right is because the americ…  [+] (5 new replies) 07/06/2016 on election +1
#20 - nyynjato (07/06/2016) [-]
A leader does just that, lead. The defining characteristic of a weak leader is someone who does what is popular, but not what is right. If we were truly a country swayed by populist goals then why haven't we done away with congress, house of reps, the judicial and executive branches of government? We choose and empower leaders to enable their vision for the US, to know better than the angry emotional mob. That being said, war is never about who wins or loses, some just lose less than others. I've been to Afghanistan, and your notion that civilian casualties in a conflict should be overlooked or marginalized is very detached from the actual experience of it. You might not know what its like, and you don't have to, but please have some respect for human life. There are no sides, not anymore, the world has moved past traditional rank and file warfare, what we are seeing now in the world are wars of culture, of beliefs. Borders stopped being relevant to war in 2001.
#24 - chaostian (07/06/2016) [-]
For the time being yes that is true. I've saved a life, and seen lives taken. I may have never pulled the trigger but inside all humans lies the ability to take from others. There may become a time when borders matter again, there may come a time when the current way of things cant be done. Every life matters in the world, but every life also does not matter. The US votes for every caste of the upper echelon. Senators, state representatives, Judges, and the president. Some positions require formal training, or a high charisma. Though in america we get them there as a whole. Every side of every conflict people fight for what is right. You must always respect and applaud the people that fall to, or for your side. They are there were others cant be, or wont be. You have to respect all life but be willing to understand that sometimes it just doesn't work out in the end. Though some one may have died fearing the end, the end comes for all men and only your beliefs of the afterlife will ever stifle that fear of the end. |Ecclesiastes 7:1 has a good quote on the matter its not that I don't respect life I've just come to understand its end is not the worst outcome in the whole of things. (I'm not a religious person persay but inspirational quotes from any religious texts are inspirational none the less)
#27 - nyynjato (07/06/2016) [-]
Yeah, all life ends. The question you should be asking is if it has value or not and then be consistent with that belief, saying that violence is acceptable because death is unavoidable is a poor excuse. Life either has value or not, the world isn't perfect but it starts and ends with ourselves. If we're ever going to get anywhere we have to be the change we seek in the world, lest we be fooled into repeating the sins of those before us in the name of our chosen greater good.

But you know what the really scary part is? That there is no greater feeling of glory, no drug potent enough or pussy tight enough to match the ecstasy of vindictively taking a life. This is the shit that keeps me up at night. Our machines are programed for survival, notions of conflict and dominance are hardwired into our culture and DNA, how silly we all must seem in the end trying to rise above our primal selves. Yet there is the urge to find understanding, the capability to suppress our ego and let go of our desires to control and manipulate. We got some lofty ass fucking goals for being the beasts we are. A savage will always be a savage, but nobility calls to us nonetheless.
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#45 - fancypyro (07/06/2016) [-]
Wow. That is some profound and incredibly meaningful stuff. Hats off to you, sir. It's been a pleasure getting your sobering and amazingly pragmatic perspective.
#47 - nyynjato (07/06/2016) [-]
its just my perspective figure this shit out for yourselves lel
#136 - Because we live in a world were people will do stupid **** for… 07/02/2016 on Vegans will defend this +2
#134 - its a saftey net for the child but if you consume a regularly … 07/02/2016 on Vegans will defend this +1
#129 - Except the mothers have to take supplements or their children …  [+] (6 new replies) 07/02/2016 on Vegans will defend this +1
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#131 - fables (07/02/2016) [-]
um
well, sorry to burst your bubble but, like
mothers take supplements all throughout their pregnancy to support the baby
it's called prenatal vitamins. should I tell all responsible mothers who take them, that they're not real mothers?
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#154 - sorcha (07/02/2016) [-]
Not all women can take prenatal vitamins I cant i have high levels of metals in my system and was told by my doctor not to go near them
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#156 - fables (07/02/2016) [-]
my whole point was that most women, vegan or not, take pregnancy supporting supplements
people take supplements for their diets, as well. vegan or not.
to say a woman is not really a mother or wtfe his point was, because they supplement their diet for their baby's health because they choose not to eat meat, is absurd.
#153 - revelent (07/02/2016) [-]
They do it to as an extra mile to ensure that the child will get everything it needs, not as a necessity. The human race would've died out long ago if that was the case.
#136 - chaostian (07/02/2016) [-]
Because we live in a world were people will do stupid shit for their shitty morals. That make no sense but wah x point is wrong, and supporting evidence against my case doesnt matter because society, my rights, whatever. Living a vegan life is fine damage your body whatever I dont care, but you stop doing stupid shit when children are involved. They shouldnt have to pay for your fuck ups.
#134 - chaostian (07/02/2016) [-]
its a saftey net for the child but if you consume a regularly balanced diet the child will be fine. Here lets get an experiment spun up. the pool will be 60 women. 2 of the women will have the vitamins given to them one of the vegan the other normal. They are the control. the other 58 will be split in half once sid evegan the other regular mothers. They will get no supplements. Lets see how many kids from both sides will 1 live, 2 not have any growth related issues. Lets go and see how many kids make it. If lets say greater than 50% of the vegans children have no issues I will concede my point on the issue... but we wont run that experiment because we know the half of vegans will have near death children.
#67 - Oh yeah dc, and marvel are retconned over and over, and new ti…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/01/2016 on Comic Comp #21 I Have Returned +1
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#103 - superanonymouspers (07/01/2016) [-]
See that kind of thing bugs me. It's so hard to get into a long running story when there's a billion in one continuity's. The whole multiverse thing is cool and all, but when there's 20 different stories to follow It's just a lot to do and I dunno, it just kinda irks me.
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#122 - blackmageewizardt (07/01/2016) [-]
Would be nice if they would start one multiverse and go through with it befor starting the next...

I wouldnt mind the restarts then, it would be alternative Storys of "what if`´s?" that you could backtrack easly. But nope, that would be to easy.
#62 - Thats sort of the way marvel is though., and dc are. Its alway…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/01/2016 on Comic Comp #21 I Have Returned +1
#65 - superanonymouspers (07/01/2016) [-]
Doing something great doesn't have to equal having the ability to literally warp reality or single handedly defeating what is supposed to be the god of the universe. Not to mention with new writers means their powers are ALWAYS fluctuating, which makes it impossible to get a read on them.

I know it means more stories to tell but it's so confusing if you aren't up to date and you have to back track and pick and choose which you think is correct.

I dunno, I'm a fan of a stories from start to finish. But there are so many DC and Marvel comic books that I just can't feel the need to pick up that many. The ones i'm reading now are Injustice and something about the old superman in the new 52 verse or something.
#67 - chaostian (07/01/2016) [-]
Oh yeah dc, and marvel are retconned over and over, and new timelines are made all the time. Basically in each universe theres always a set of characters who can ascend and those who can not. Part of each story is depicting the entirety of the story from different hero perspectives. I personally perfer marvel over DC. Only because most of the time DC involves super man while in marvel theres more to select. How you read the comics are just find the hero you want to see and read their story from start to finish and you layer the entirety of the story together. Injustice I didnt like a lot of Deus ex machina in that whole thing to protect evil supes.
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#103 - superanonymouspers (07/01/2016) [-]
See that kind of thing bugs me. It's so hard to get into a long running story when there's a billion in one continuity's. The whole multiverse thing is cool and all, but when there's 20 different stories to follow It's just a lot to do and I dunno, it just kinda irks me.
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#122 - blackmageewizardt (07/01/2016) [-]
Would be nice if they would start one multiverse and go through with it befor starting the next...

I wouldnt mind the restarts then, it would be alternative Storys of "what if`´s?" that you could backtrack easly. But nope, that would be to easy.
#170 - Locked down, Guns spinning, bullets flying, and aliens dying. … 06/29/2016 on are you bad enough to... 0
#5 - Look at that man. proper slav crouch. Boris would approve. 06/29/2016 on Ruskies in CS:GO +3
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