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chiselbit

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#12 - Picture 03/07/2016 on chiselbit's profile 0
#10 - A 「Stand」  [+] (1 reply) 02/26/2016 on I Can Totally See This +13
#12 - homestuckxplain (02/26/2016) [-]
Frisk's 「Red Heart」is a nearly unstoppable Stand in most regards. With it, Frisk need not fear even the icy grip of death, as they remained determined to either kill or seduce even the greatest of foes.
#35 - Thats the whole point. You're acting as if every Trump support…  [+] (1 reply) 02/25/2016 on Trump Memes -5
#90 - akkere (02/25/2016) [-]
Are you seriously still trying to put this on "YOURE JUST MISREPRESENTING MEEEEEEE"
No, I'm not acting as if every Trump supporter is in it for the memes. I posted my topic in a post that's literally titled "Tump memes" and asked if a politician really deserves all this support if he himself has such a controversial policy. You, in a really strange self-victim complex.

However, instead of answering my simple question of "Is the NSA/PRISM really a small part of his policy", you want to instead play this game of "MY PERSON IS UNDER ATTACK ON THE INTERNET", and have done so for this entire thread. So one thing I can definitely know for certain is;
1. You have a serious self-victim complex
2. You refuse to acknowledge that the NSA/PRISM is a big part of his policy, or even acknowledge that its his policy at all, and would like to waste as much time for anyone that wants to bring it to anyone else's attention.

I never made any statement that implied Trump's supporters were in it for the memes; it seems you're the one who's misrepresenting me on that end for other people who've replied to this thread saying such. I posted in a thread asking three simple questions;
1. Are trump supporters aware of Trump's support of the NSA?
2. Is this a big part of his policy?
3. If you do disagree with this, why show such a great deal of support (which you clearly do if you imply you support "99% of his policies"

But you in some self-absorbed phase, decided to turn this on "me me me".
#31 - I know what I was attempting to argue. I don't know what you'r…  [+] (4 replies) 02/25/2016 on Trump Memes -5
#34 - akkere (02/25/2016) [-]
"you attempted to paint me as a Trump worshipping memester"
"damage my credibility through assosciation"
You're taking this quite personally, though I'm not sure why.
The opening question was directed at Trump supporters, hence "how do Trump supporters feel". You replied, suggesting the policy represents a very, very small fraction of Trump's platform, a point I responded to by questioning if it truly is such a small fraction (which you've consistently dodged even though you keep iterating how I 'couldn't argue' your point), and followed up with questioning why anyone would support a politician to a great magnitude by regularly following posts on the internet dubbed 'memes', a term which you got so caught up in you apparently think I'm out to get you personally for... some reason.

I honestly have no idea what to make of this exchange.
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#78 - niggastolemyname (02/25/2016) [-]
alirght go elect one of the democrats for their nonexistence foreign policy
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#35 - chiselbit (02/25/2016) [-]
Thats the whole point. You're acting as if every Trump supporter is in it for memes. You didn't question "anyone" , you were questioning me, which is why you used the word you. If you were questioning anyone you would have phrased it as such. I refuse to respond to you if you're entire schtick is to misrepresent me.
#90 - akkere (02/25/2016) [-]
Are you seriously still trying to put this on "YOURE JUST MISREPRESENTING MEEEEEEE"
No, I'm not acting as if every Trump supporter is in it for the memes. I posted my topic in a post that's literally titled "Tump memes" and asked if a politician really deserves all this support if he himself has such a controversial policy. You, in a really strange self-victim complex.

However, instead of answering my simple question of "Is the NSA/PRISM really a small part of his policy", you want to instead play this game of "MY PERSON IS UNDER ATTACK ON THE INTERNET", and have done so for this entire thread. So one thing I can definitely know for certain is;
1. You have a serious self-victim complex
2. You refuse to acknowledge that the NSA/PRISM is a big part of his policy, or even acknowledge that its his policy at all, and would like to waste as much time for anyone that wants to bring it to anyone else's attention.

I never made any statement that implied Trump's supporters were in it for the memes; it seems you're the one who's misrepresenting me on that end for other people who've replied to this thread saying such. I posted in a thread asking three simple questions;
1. Are trump supporters aware of Trump's support of the NSA?
2. Is this a big part of his policy?
3. If you do disagree with this, why show such a great deal of support (which you clearly do if you imply you support "99% of his policies"

But you in some self-absorbed phase, decided to turn this on "me me me".
#29 - Now you're shifting the goalpost. "Prove that this nonqua…  [+] (6 replies) 02/25/2016 on Trump Memes -1
#30 - akkere (02/25/2016) [-]
Where the hell are you even getting that from? You're the one that suggested the policy was an incredibly minor thing relative to his other policies. Meanwhile, this is an issue that Trump's been vocal about years before he even considered campaigning, as evident by one of the videos, and is an issue he would essentially have the most guaranteed control over if he became President of the United States. Do you even know what the hell you're arguing or are you so absorbed on dodging the question that you'll utterly strawman " 'or you're a stupid' - you" and taking a metaphorical question literally.
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#31 - chiselbit (02/25/2016) [-]
I know what I was attempting to argue. I don't know what you're goal is. I made a perfectly reasonable response to your earlier statement and instead of making a point you attempted to paint me as a Trump worshiping memester for no reason. The only reason you would have added that in is if you couldn't argue my point so you had to attempt to damage my credibility through association. Proofs "And if you don't consider them the "perfect man", why praise them like YOU do with all these "memes" and such"
#34 - akkere (02/25/2016) [-]
"you attempted to paint me as a Trump worshipping memester"
"damage my credibility through assosciation"
You're taking this quite personally, though I'm not sure why.
The opening question was directed at Trump supporters, hence "how do Trump supporters feel". You replied, suggesting the policy represents a very, very small fraction of Trump's platform, a point I responded to by questioning if it truly is such a small fraction (which you've consistently dodged even though you keep iterating how I 'couldn't argue' your point), and followed up with questioning why anyone would support a politician to a great magnitude by regularly following posts on the internet dubbed 'memes', a term which you got so caught up in you apparently think I'm out to get you personally for... some reason.

I honestly have no idea what to make of this exchange.
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#78 - niggastolemyname (02/25/2016) [-]
alirght go elect one of the democrats for their nonexistence foreign policy
User avatar
#35 - chiselbit (02/25/2016) [-]
Thats the whole point. You're acting as if every Trump supporter is in it for memes. You didn't question "anyone" , you were questioning me, which is why you used the word you. If you were questioning anyone you would have phrased it as such. I refuse to respond to you if you're entire schtick is to misrepresent me.
#90 - akkere (02/25/2016) [-]
Are you seriously still trying to put this on "YOURE JUST MISREPRESENTING MEEEEEEE"
No, I'm not acting as if every Trump supporter is in it for the memes. I posted my topic in a post that's literally titled "Tump memes" and asked if a politician really deserves all this support if he himself has such a controversial policy. You, in a really strange self-victim complex.

However, instead of answering my simple question of "Is the NSA/PRISM really a small part of his policy", you want to instead play this game of "MY PERSON IS UNDER ATTACK ON THE INTERNET", and have done so for this entire thread. So one thing I can definitely know for certain is;
1. You have a serious self-victim complex
2. You refuse to acknowledge that the NSA/PRISM is a big part of his policy, or even acknowledge that its his policy at all, and would like to waste as much time for anyone that wants to bring it to anyone else's attention.

I never made any statement that implied Trump's supporters were in it for the memes; it seems you're the one who's misrepresenting me on that end for other people who've replied to this thread saying such. I posted in a thread asking three simple questions;
1. Are trump supporters aware of Trump's support of the NSA?
2. Is this a big part of his policy?
3. If you do disagree with this, why show such a great deal of support (which you clearly do if you imply you support "99% of his policies"

But you in some self-absorbed phase, decided to turn this on "me me me".
#24 - I didn't say it constituted 3% of his policy. I said I only ag…  [+] (8 replies) 02/25/2016 on Trump Memes -1
#25 - akkere (02/25/2016) [-]
My mistake on the percentage figure, but the rest of the point still stands. Does this really only represent 1% of his policies? It seems like you're doing a bit of misrepresenting yourself.
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#29 - chiselbit (02/25/2016) [-]
Now you're shifting the goalpost. "Prove that this nonquantifiable property represents this exact % of something that doesn't physically or metaphorically exist or you're a stupid" -you
#30 - akkere (02/25/2016) [-]
Where the hell are you even getting that from? You're the one that suggested the policy was an incredibly minor thing relative to his other policies. Meanwhile, this is an issue that Trump's been vocal about years before he even considered campaigning, as evident by one of the videos, and is an issue he would essentially have the most guaranteed control over if he became President of the United States. Do you even know what the hell you're arguing or are you so absorbed on dodging the question that you'll utterly strawman " 'or you're a stupid' - you" and taking a metaphorical question literally.
User avatar
#31 - chiselbit (02/25/2016) [-]
I know what I was attempting to argue. I don't know what you're goal is. I made a perfectly reasonable response to your earlier statement and instead of making a point you attempted to paint me as a Trump worshiping memester for no reason. The only reason you would have added that in is if you couldn't argue my point so you had to attempt to damage my credibility through association. Proofs "And if you don't consider them the "perfect man", why praise them like YOU do with all these "memes" and such"
#34 - akkere (02/25/2016) [-]
"you attempted to paint me as a Trump worshipping memester"
"damage my credibility through assosciation"
You're taking this quite personally, though I'm not sure why.
The opening question was directed at Trump supporters, hence "how do Trump supporters feel". You replied, suggesting the policy represents a very, very small fraction of Trump's platform, a point I responded to by questioning if it truly is such a small fraction (which you've consistently dodged even though you keep iterating how I 'couldn't argue' your point), and followed up with questioning why anyone would support a politician to a great magnitude by regularly following posts on the internet dubbed 'memes', a term which you got so caught up in you apparently think I'm out to get you personally for... some reason.

I honestly have no idea what to make of this exchange.
User avatar
#78 - niggastolemyname (02/25/2016) [-]
alirght go elect one of the democrats for their nonexistence foreign policy
User avatar
#35 - chiselbit (02/25/2016) [-]
Thats the whole point. You're acting as if every Trump supporter is in it for memes. You didn't question "anyone" , you were questioning me, which is why you used the word you. If you were questioning anyone you would have phrased it as such. I refuse to respond to you if you're entire schtick is to misrepresent me.
#90 - akkere (02/25/2016) [-]
Are you seriously still trying to put this on "YOURE JUST MISREPRESENTING MEEEEEEE"
No, I'm not acting as if every Trump supporter is in it for the memes. I posted my topic in a post that's literally titled "Tump memes" and asked if a politician really deserves all this support if he himself has such a controversial policy. You, in a really strange self-victim complex.

However, instead of answering my simple question of "Is the NSA/PRISM really a small part of his policy", you want to instead play this game of "MY PERSON IS UNDER ATTACK ON THE INTERNET", and have done so for this entire thread. So one thing I can definitely know for certain is;
1. You have a serious self-victim complex
2. You refuse to acknowledge that the NSA/PRISM is a big part of his policy, or even acknowledge that its his policy at all, and would like to waste as much time for anyone that wants to bring it to anyone else's attention.

I never made any statement that implied Trump's supporters were in it for the memes; it seems you're the one who's misrepresenting me on that end for other people who've replied to this thread saying such. I posted in a thread asking three simple questions;
1. Are trump supporters aware of Trump's support of the NSA?
2. Is this a big part of his policy?
3. If you do disagree with this, why show such a great deal of support (which you clearly do if you imply you support "99% of his policies"

But you in some self-absorbed phase, decided to turn this on "me me me".
#21 - If you agree with 99% of someone's policy and only 3% of every…  [+] (11 replies) 02/25/2016 on Trump Memes -1
#22 - akkere (02/25/2016) [-]
Is this really only 3% of his policy? Re-authorizing something as legislative-changing as the PATRIOT Act has a large degree of consequences and implications for the government regarding federal oversight, jurisdiction, and the undermining of the Constitution.
And if you don't consider them the "perfect man", why praise them like you do with all these "memes" and such? You wouldn't have to drop them entirely if the scenario is something of considering them to be something of the lesser of evils, but it seems unusual if you consider someone near-infallibly good even if you dislike something as big as the NSA and PRISM's metadata collection with lack of any oversight from everyday citizens.
#24 - chiselbit (02/25/2016) [-]
I didn't say it constituted 3% of his policy. I said I only agreed with 3% of the other candidates policies. Also, when have I praised him with memes? Either you're not very smart or are intentionally attempting to misrepresent my stance and character
#25 - akkere (02/25/2016) [-]
My mistake on the percentage figure, but the rest of the point still stands. Does this really only represent 1% of his policies? It seems like you're doing a bit of misrepresenting yourself.
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#29 - chiselbit (02/25/2016) [-]
Now you're shifting the goalpost. "Prove that this nonquantifiable property represents this exact % of something that doesn't physically or metaphorically exist or you're a stupid" -you
#30 - akkere (02/25/2016) [-]
Where the hell are you even getting that from? You're the one that suggested the policy was an incredibly minor thing relative to his other policies. Meanwhile, this is an issue that Trump's been vocal about years before he even considered campaigning, as evident by one of the videos, and is an issue he would essentially have the most guaranteed control over if he became President of the United States. Do you even know what the hell you're arguing or are you so absorbed on dodging the question that you'll utterly strawman " 'or you're a stupid' - you" and taking a metaphorical question literally.
User avatar
#31 - chiselbit (02/25/2016) [-]
I know what I was attempting to argue. I don't know what you're goal is. I made a perfectly reasonable response to your earlier statement and instead of making a point you attempted to paint me as a Trump worshiping memester for no reason. The only reason you would have added that in is if you couldn't argue my point so you had to attempt to damage my credibility through association. Proofs "And if you don't consider them the "perfect man", why praise them like YOU do with all these "memes" and such"
#34 - akkere (02/25/2016) [-]
"you attempted to paint me as a Trump worshipping memester"
"damage my credibility through assosciation"
You're taking this quite personally, though I'm not sure why.
The opening question was directed at Trump supporters, hence "how do Trump supporters feel". You replied, suggesting the policy represents a very, very small fraction of Trump's platform, a point I responded to by questioning if it truly is such a small fraction (which you've consistently dodged even though you keep iterating how I 'couldn't argue' your point), and followed up with questioning why anyone would support a politician to a great magnitude by regularly following posts on the internet dubbed 'memes', a term which you got so caught up in you apparently think I'm out to get you personally for... some reason.

I honestly have no idea what to make of this exchange.
User avatar
#78 - niggastolemyname (02/25/2016) [-]
alirght go elect one of the democrats for their nonexistence foreign policy
User avatar
#35 - chiselbit (02/25/2016) [-]
Thats the whole point. You're acting as if every Trump supporter is in it for memes. You didn't question "anyone" , you were questioning me, which is why you used the word you. If you were questioning anyone you would have phrased it as such. I refuse to respond to you if you're entire schtick is to misrepresent me.
#90 - akkere (02/25/2016) [-]
Are you seriously still trying to put this on "YOURE JUST MISREPRESENTING MEEEEEEE"
No, I'm not acting as if every Trump supporter is in it for the memes. I posted my topic in a post that's literally titled "Tump memes" and asked if a politician really deserves all this support if he himself has such a controversial policy. You, in a really strange self-victim complex.

However, instead of answering my simple question of "Is the NSA/PRISM really a small part of his policy", you want to instead play this game of "MY PERSON IS UNDER ATTACK ON THE INTERNET", and have done so for this entire thread. So one thing I can definitely know for certain is;
1. You have a serious self-victim complex
2. You refuse to acknowledge that the NSA/PRISM is a big part of his policy, or even acknowledge that its his policy at all, and would like to waste as much time for anyone that wants to bring it to anyone else's attention.

I never made any statement that implied Trump's supporters were in it for the memes; it seems you're the one who's misrepresenting me on that end for other people who've replied to this thread saying such. I posted in a thread asking three simple questions;
1. Are trump supporters aware of Trump's support of the NSA?
2. Is this a big part of his policy?
3. If you do disagree with this, why show such a great deal of support (which you clearly do if you imply you support "99% of his policies"

But you in some self-absorbed phase, decided to turn this on "me me me".
#23 - anon (02/25/2016) [-]
Is it really only 1%* of his policy?