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Date Signed Up:3/30/2012
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#64 - there is an absurd amount of things wrong with everything you …  [+] (2 replies) 22 hours ago on when i look at funnyjunk 0
#65 - anon (20 hours ago) [-]
Comparing merely creating a picture to posting them up in private domains is fucking retarded. The picture isn't the problem, it's vandalism.

And you know what happens when you create these images? Fucking nothing, because they can't stop you and it's legally protected in any sane country. What are you going to do, ban them from pencils? Lock them in jail for drawing? Hey, maybe you could print out all the pictures and make a big fire and burn all those evil expressions of creativity. I'm sure loads of great things make people do that.

Nothing good will ever come from trying to stifle and restrict art.
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#66 - classygentleman (19 hours ago) [-]
We are talking about depictions of child pornography

You are teetering on being a pedophile

An extremely high amount of lolicon websites were shut down a few years ago because the gov said no no no. This isn't really about opinions, or your interpretation of artistic freedom lol

We are talking about pedophilia, have some shame
#14 - The same goes for the world, and murders, and actual child rap…  [+] (1 reply) 09/27/2016 on when i look at funnyjunk -2
#15 - skulljester (09/27/2016) [-]
c'mon man i was just tryin to make a "the internet is a fucked up place" joke originally and now its all serious and shit. here have an attack putin
#12 - How the **** is the acceptance creation and distribution of ch…  [+] (7 replies) 09/27/2016 on when i look at funnyjunk +1
#21 - anon (09/27/2016) [-]
Because art isn't beholden to your puritanical sensibilities. You don't get to say that it's wrong to put pen to paper in bad ways, nor chisel to stone. It's just a drawing. If you can't handle that, it's your problem, not the picture.
#64 - classygentleman (22 hours ago) [-]
there is an absurd amount of things wrong with everything you just said.

If I make drawings of homosexuals being stoned to death and post them in LGBT nightclubs, what do you thinks gunna happen.

If I draw pictures of Nazis in a Jewish community center, what do you thinks going to happen

If I draw pictures depicting illegal, immoral, forced sex, on someone too young to even understand whats happening, stealing away their innocence, virtue, and doing irreversible damage to their bodies, and show it to normal sane people, what do you thinks going to happen?
Don't pretend to be a pseudo-intellectual.
#65 - anon (20 hours ago) [-]
Comparing merely creating a picture to posting them up in private domains is fucking retarded. The picture isn't the problem, it's vandalism.

And you know what happens when you create these images? Fucking nothing, because they can't stop you and it's legally protected in any sane country. What are you going to do, ban them from pencils? Lock them in jail for drawing? Hey, maybe you could print out all the pictures and make a big fire and burn all those evil expressions of creativity. I'm sure loads of great things make people do that.

Nothing good will ever come from trying to stifle and restrict art.
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#66 - classygentleman (19 hours ago) [-]
We are talking about depictions of child pornography

You are teetering on being a pedophile

An extremely high amount of lolicon websites were shut down a few years ago because the gov said no no no. This isn't really about opinions, or your interpretation of artistic freedom lol

We are talking about pedophilia, have some shame
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#13 - skulljester (09/27/2016) [-]
peace brother ,the internet is a strange and horrifying place ,we must share it with those we may find reprehensible but share it we must and jokes help
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#14 - classygentleman (09/27/2016) [-]
The same goes for the world, and murders, and actual child rapists, and we punish and shun those. Just because it exists doesnt mean it should, or should be tolerated
#15 - skulljester (09/27/2016) [-]
c'mon man i was just tryin to make a "the internet is a fucked up place" joke originally and now its all serious and shit. here have an attack putin
#33 - I'm not sure why I'm trying to explain this to you s…  [+] (3 replies) 09/19/2016 on Osastu Gabub Tivetlons 0
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#43 - TheBobby (09/19/2016) [-]
You're an absolute fucking moron. I worked for Giant (also on the east coast) for a number of years in all different departments and we most certainly sold damaged goods at discounted rates. Even in the produce department they sell low quality fruits and vegetables on a damaged rack.
#37 - karvarausku (09/19/2016) [-]
**karvarausku used "*roll picture*"**
**karvarausku rolled image** Things aren't as strict in other places as they are in USA, cause you can get sued by everything (even someone flipping you off accidentally).

You can purchase "damaged goods" at least in here in Finland and the last day before expiration they usually put -30% off label on them, and if the cans are tinted or dmged somehow they are still allowed to sell them, cause common knowledge is pretty much common. We know what happens when they get damaged and the risk is all with the purchaser knowing those risks.

Ofcourse you are not allowed to sell spoiled goods as in week old milk and stuff like that (if it's not sour milk).
#34 - ubercookieboy (09/19/2016) [-]
I am not contesting the legality of buying food items that are damaged. I am pointing out that minor rules are general guidelines, and not everyone follows the law to the letter. Hence why I am getting cheap eggs.

You keep baring your teeth at my character. Go on, do something.
#31 - Don't invite me to get started on your character lol  [+] (5 replies) 09/19/2016 on Osastu Gabub Tivetlons 0
#32 - ubercookieboy (09/19/2016) [-]
Why should it matter if some theoretical dumbass abuses the system?

I get cheap eggs because they want to get rid of them, and they trust me not to abuse their trust.

That, and I intentionally buy them in front of CCTV with the clerks explicitly warning me that some of the product is damaged.
#33 - classygentleman (09/19/2016) [-]
vocaroo.com/i/s1tPZwa3yR6E

I'm not sure why I'm trying to explain this to you so clearly, I know your just trying to cover your ass at this point, but its over, its very over lol. No one is even going to bother to read this far.


I'll be back tomorrow, going to that job I have, that I know nothing about, that is the only store in the world that doesnt let people buy damaged products. Good luck with that shit, and God bless.
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#43 - TheBobby (09/19/2016) [-]
You're an absolute fucking moron. I worked for Giant (also on the east coast) for a number of years in all different departments and we most certainly sold damaged goods at discounted rates. Even in the produce department they sell low quality fruits and vegetables on a damaged rack.
#37 - karvarausku (09/19/2016) [-]
**karvarausku used "*roll picture*"**
**karvarausku rolled image** Things aren't as strict in other places as they are in USA, cause you can get sued by everything (even someone flipping you off accidentally).

You can purchase "damaged goods" at least in here in Finland and the last day before expiration they usually put -30% off label on them, and if the cans are tinted or dmged somehow they are still allowed to sell them, cause common knowledge is pretty much common. We know what happens when they get damaged and the risk is all with the purchaser knowing those risks.

Ofcourse you are not allowed to sell spoiled goods as in week old milk and stuff like that (if it's not sour milk).
#34 - ubercookieboy (09/19/2016) [-]
I am not contesting the legality of buying food items that are damaged. I am pointing out that minor rules are general guidelines, and not everyone follows the law to the letter. Hence why I am getting cheap eggs.

You keep baring your teeth at my character. Go on, do something.
#24 - This was supposed to be easier, not take 20 minutes.…  [+] (7 replies) 09/19/2016 on Osastu Gabub Tivetlons 0
#29 - ubercookieboy (09/19/2016) [-]
Or maybe the clerks know I'm not the kind of person who would sue them about every little thing?

Just because your state is full of dumbasses doesn't mean my county Not country is, in fact we're all pretty chill around here, we have open markets, discount stores for imperfect goods, all the works.

Go on, keep attacking my character. The more you rely on that crutch the easier it would be to kick it from under your arm.



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#31 - classygentleman (09/19/2016) [-]
Don't invite me to get started on your character lol

vocaroo.com/i/s0l6VgY45p9v
#32 - ubercookieboy (09/19/2016) [-]
Why should it matter if some theoretical dumbass abuses the system?

I get cheap eggs because they want to get rid of them, and they trust me not to abuse their trust.

That, and I intentionally buy them in front of CCTV with the clerks explicitly warning me that some of the product is damaged.
#33 - classygentleman (09/19/2016) [-]
vocaroo.com/i/s1tPZwa3yR6E

I'm not sure why I'm trying to explain this to you so clearly, I know your just trying to cover your ass at this point, but its over, its very over lol. No one is even going to bother to read this far.


I'll be back tomorrow, going to that job I have, that I know nothing about, that is the only store in the world that doesnt let people buy damaged products. Good luck with that shit, and God bless.
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#43 - TheBobby (09/19/2016) [-]
You're an absolute fucking moron. I worked for Giant (also on the east coast) for a number of years in all different departments and we most certainly sold damaged goods at discounted rates. Even in the produce department they sell low quality fruits and vegetables on a damaged rack.
#37 - karvarausku (09/19/2016) [-]
**karvarausku used "*roll picture*"**
**karvarausku rolled image** Things aren't as strict in other places as they are in USA, cause you can get sued by everything (even someone flipping you off accidentally).

You can purchase "damaged goods" at least in here in Finland and the last day before expiration they usually put -30% off label on them, and if the cans are tinted or dmged somehow they are still allowed to sell them, cause common knowledge is pretty much common. We know what happens when they get damaged and the risk is all with the purchaser knowing those risks.

Ofcourse you are not allowed to sell spoiled goods as in week old milk and stuff like that (if it's not sour milk).
#34 - ubercookieboy (09/19/2016) [-]
I am not contesting the legality of buying food items that are damaged. I am pointing out that minor rules are general guidelines, and not everyone follows the law to the letter. Hence why I am getting cheap eggs.

You keep baring your teeth at my character. Go on, do something.
#19 - Shoprite is ********, around 50% of our income is from foodsta…  [+] (10 replies) 09/19/2016 on Osastu Gabub Tivetlons 0
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#23 - classygentleman (09/19/2016) [-]
Test
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#21 - ubercookieboy (09/19/2016) [-]
And I'm making a point that no one gives a crap about minor infractions of safety laws. The only people who call them out are ones looking for an excuse to cause trouble, trust me, I've had formal training on workplace H&S lasting for 2 years, which is a helluva lot more intense than the quality control of food products.

No, just because I respond to your comment doesn't automatically mean my point is invalid. See Ad hominem Fallacy

#24 - classygentleman (09/19/2016) [-]
vocaroo.com/i/s030cusqRhPw

This was supposed to be easier, not take 20 minutes.

Oh well. Hope this settles it for you
#29 - ubercookieboy (09/19/2016) [-]
Or maybe the clerks know I'm not the kind of person who would sue them about every little thing?

Just because your state is full of dumbasses doesn't mean my county Not country is, in fact we're all pretty chill around here, we have open markets, discount stores for imperfect goods, all the works.

Go on, keep attacking my character. The more you rely on that crutch the easier it would be to kick it from under your arm.



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#31 - classygentleman (09/19/2016) [-]
Don't invite me to get started on your character lol

vocaroo.com/i/s0l6VgY45p9v
#32 - ubercookieboy (09/19/2016) [-]
Why should it matter if some theoretical dumbass abuses the system?

I get cheap eggs because they want to get rid of them, and they trust me not to abuse their trust.

That, and I intentionally buy them in front of CCTV with the clerks explicitly warning me that some of the product is damaged.
#33 - classygentleman (09/19/2016) [-]
vocaroo.com/i/s1tPZwa3yR6E

I'm not sure why I'm trying to explain this to you so clearly, I know your just trying to cover your ass at this point, but its over, its very over lol. No one is even going to bother to read this far.


I'll be back tomorrow, going to that job I have, that I know nothing about, that is the only store in the world that doesnt let people buy damaged products. Good luck with that shit, and God bless.
User avatar
#43 - TheBobby (09/19/2016) [-]
You're an absolute fucking moron. I worked for Giant (also on the east coast) for a number of years in all different departments and we most certainly sold damaged goods at discounted rates. Even in the produce department they sell low quality fruits and vegetables on a damaged rack.
#37 - karvarausku (09/19/2016) [-]
**karvarausku used "*roll picture*"**
**karvarausku rolled image** Things aren't as strict in other places as they are in USA, cause you can get sued by everything (even someone flipping you off accidentally).

You can purchase "damaged goods" at least in here in Finland and the last day before expiration they usually put -30% off label on them, and if the cans are tinted or dmged somehow they are still allowed to sell them, cause common knowledge is pretty much common. We know what happens when they get damaged and the risk is all with the purchaser knowing those risks.

Ofcourse you are not allowed to sell spoiled goods as in week old milk and stuff like that (if it's not sour milk).
#34 - ubercookieboy (09/19/2016) [-]
I am not contesting the legality of buying food items that are damaged. I am pointing out that minor rules are general guidelines, and not everyone follows the law to the letter. Hence why I am getting cheap eggs.

You keep baring your teeth at my character. Go on, do something.
#17 - I'm extremely aware of all of this, having worked produce froz…  [+] (12 replies) 09/19/2016 on Osastu Gabub Tivetlons 0
#18 - ubercookieboy (09/19/2016) [-]
And I suppose there is no world that exists outside your own personal viewpoint, and that everything you know and experienced can account for everything that goes on elsewhere?

Just because your particular company has an anal policy on handling food doesn't mean everyone else does it, or even other stores of your franchise.

And when I said I don't need to prove anything, it's that I'm not going to go out of my way to create and submit evidence just because some know-it-all punk with an attitude problem thinks he knows how the world works just because he's had what I'm guessing a brief education in food safety.
#19 - classygentleman (09/19/2016) [-]
Shoprite is shitmart, around 50% of our income is from foodstamp using niggers, this is not a high quality store, we do not have high standards, these are minimum standards.
This has nothing to do with view points, this has to do with YOUR COUNTRY'S LAWS.

I really don't know why you wont let this go, its fine to be wrong, 90% of the shit from tumblr that ends up on this website isn't true, so no one really cares. With how touchy and defensive you are, if this was all real, you wouldn't even acknowledge my comment, and if it was true and you did, you wouldn't be afraid to say it.

This is a non argument, its written law, and corporate greed.
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#23 - classygentleman (09/19/2016) [-]
Test
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#21 - ubercookieboy (09/19/2016) [-]
And I'm making a point that no one gives a crap about minor infractions of safety laws. The only people who call them out are ones looking for an excuse to cause trouble, trust me, I've had formal training on workplace H&S lasting for 2 years, which is a helluva lot more intense than the quality control of food products.

No, just because I respond to your comment doesn't automatically mean my point is invalid. See Ad hominem Fallacy

#24 - classygentleman (09/19/2016) [-]
vocaroo.com/i/s030cusqRhPw

This was supposed to be easier, not take 20 minutes.

Oh well. Hope this settles it for you
#29 - ubercookieboy (09/19/2016) [-]
Or maybe the clerks know I'm not the kind of person who would sue them about every little thing?

Just because your state is full of dumbasses doesn't mean my county Not country is, in fact we're all pretty chill around here, we have open markets, discount stores for imperfect goods, all the works.

Go on, keep attacking my character. The more you rely on that crutch the easier it would be to kick it from under your arm.



User avatar
#31 - classygentleman (09/19/2016) [-]
Don't invite me to get started on your character lol

vocaroo.com/i/s0l6VgY45p9v
#32 - ubercookieboy (09/19/2016) [-]
Why should it matter if some theoretical dumbass abuses the system?

I get cheap eggs because they want to get rid of them, and they trust me not to abuse their trust.

That, and I intentionally buy them in front of CCTV with the clerks explicitly warning me that some of the product is damaged.
#33 - classygentleman (09/19/2016) [-]
vocaroo.com/i/s1tPZwa3yR6E

I'm not sure why I'm trying to explain this to you so clearly, I know your just trying to cover your ass at this point, but its over, its very over lol. No one is even going to bother to read this far.


I'll be back tomorrow, going to that job I have, that I know nothing about, that is the only store in the world that doesnt let people buy damaged products. Good luck with that shit, and God bless.
User avatar
#43 - TheBobby (09/19/2016) [-]
You're an absolute fucking moron. I worked for Giant (also on the east coast) for a number of years in all different departments and we most certainly sold damaged goods at discounted rates. Even in the produce department they sell low quality fruits and vegetables on a damaged rack.
#37 - karvarausku (09/19/2016) [-]
**karvarausku used "*roll picture*"**
**karvarausku rolled image** Things aren't as strict in other places as they are in USA, cause you can get sued by everything (even someone flipping you off accidentally).

You can purchase "damaged goods" at least in here in Finland and the last day before expiration they usually put -30% off label on them, and if the cans are tinted or dmged somehow they are still allowed to sell them, cause common knowledge is pretty much common. We know what happens when they get damaged and the risk is all with the purchaser knowing those risks.

Ofcourse you are not allowed to sell spoiled goods as in week old milk and stuff like that (if it's not sour milk).
#34 - ubercookieboy (09/19/2016) [-]
I am not contesting the legality of buying food items that are damaged. I am pointing out that minor rules are general guidelines, and not everyone follows the law to the letter. Hence why I am getting cheap eggs.

You keep baring your teeth at my character. Go on, do something.

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