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Date Signed Up:12/13/2011
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#20 - Hold on. Why isn't Asami in that picture?  [+] (1 new reply) 12 hours ago on not even joking -4
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#59 - oxymoronking (5 hours ago) [-]
land sharks or bears come after this panel, forgot which
#45 - Except he ****** batgirl.  [+] (2 new replies) 12 hours ago on hawke girl and wonder women. +4
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#62 - Ruspanic (11 hours ago) [-]
he fucked lots of girls
#135 - anon (3 hours ago) [-]
and then steps over them
#130 - So when someone says there's no edge, they say "see for y…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/28/2016 on bob 0
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#160 - platinumaltaria (23 hours ago) [-]
yep.
#181 - Comment deleted 07/28/2016 on What happens after we die? 0
#46 - Can any one of them explain why do we see the sails and then t…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/28/2016 on bob +1
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#71 - platinumaltaria (07/28/2016) [-]
They say that it doesn't happen, and then claim that all the evidence is a hoax.
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#130 - comexx (07/28/2016) [-]
So when someone says there's no edge, they say "see for yourself", but when someone tells them to go to the nearest open sea, something that is far easier than taking a plane and going to the "edge of the world", they say "nah, it's fake".
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#160 - platinumaltaria (23 hours ago) [-]
yep.
#132 - As a person who has no achievable goal in life, therefore maki…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/28/2016 on What happens after we die? 0
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#180 - blowbags (07/28/2016) [-]
I don't know if you are remotely interested but Buddhism tends to suggest (I'm not expert on it, but skim read a few digestible books i.e. short ones) the yearning and target driven style of living is a big cause of suffering. The more you are able to release your grip and anxiety over goals and comparing yourself to society the happier and more "present" you will be. If you Youtube Alan Watts and try to cherry pick the popular ones he hammers home these ideals - you may find he talks shit sometimes (despite having "got him" more and more, I still think a lot of stuff is crap) and some metaphors/life lessons can kind of be countered by logic - but sometimes, in fact quite often, he will state something pretty simple but quite profound at the same time. The main thing I took away from it was the kind of peace that comes from accepting some things cannot be neurotically obsessed over, the way to become satisfied from it is to kind of accept defeat from it, there ARE things you can't and won't figure out.

Stanley Kubrick quote I always paste/like/agree with.

“The very meaninglessness of life forces man to create his own meaning. Children, of course, begin life with an untarnished sense of wonder, a capacity to experience total joy at something as simple as the greenness of a leaf; but as they grow older, the awareness of death and decay begins to impinge on their consciousness and subtly erode their joie de vivre, their idealism – and their assumption of immortality. As a child matures, he sees death and pain everywhere about him, and begins to lose faith in the ultimate goodness of man. But, if he’s reasonably strong – and lucky – he can emerge from this twilight of the soul into a rebirth of life’s elan. Both because of and in spite of his awareness of the meaninglessness of life, he can forge a fresh sense of purpose and affirmation. He may not recapture the same pure sense of wonder he was born with, but he can shape something far more enduring and sustaining. The most terrifying fact about the universe is not that it is hostile but that it is indifferent; but if we can come to terms with this indifference and accept the challenges of life within the boundaries of death – however mutable man may be able to make them – our existence as a species can have genuine meaning and fulfillment. However vast the darkness, we must supply our own light.”


― Stanley Kubrick
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#13 - Sauce?  [+] (1 new reply) 07/28/2016 on Niggiels Kofunie Kesupseesc 0
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#18 - themurp (07/28/2016) [-]
no sauce, but higher quality version
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#126 - I on the other hand don't want to have children, I don't want …  [+] (4 new replies) 07/28/2016 on What happens after we die? -1
#128 - anon (07/28/2016) [-]
Life is pretty good honestly, the feeling of good is after all exclusive to someone who lives. We only find joy, sadness, anger and relief as living people. I'll agree that there are those who don't feel like life is worth living, but we still live our lives and create the amazing things that constitute our societies today. To each their own I guess, but I'm very happy I exist. Not because I had an especially great upbringing but rather because I'm very happy to be something, without my birth I wouldn't have experienced anything really. Even imagining myself as another person makes me sad, I really want to exist because without existing then I wouldn't be able to do, influence or experience anything. Then again I'm not really terribly scared of death, I'd very much like to live for quite some time more, I'm very young. But a human life is really long, and if it were eternal then wouldn't that just make our existence very bland.
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#132 - comexx (07/28/2016) [-]
As a person who has no achievable goal in life, therefore making everything he does pointless, I'd rather not have been born. I was forced to exist, to experience the things in life that I have and will experience. I think that there's an equal amount of enjoyment and suffering, but when people suffer, they have a reason to suffer, a goal. I have no reason to suffer out enjoy. I have no idea what I want to do for a living, what field to study, etc. which leads to a lot of problems with motivation. Everything you do is pointless, so why even live?
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#180 - blowbags (07/28/2016) [-]
I don't know if you are remotely interested but Buddhism tends to suggest (I'm not expert on it, but skim read a few digestible books i.e. short ones) the yearning and target driven style of living is a big cause of suffering. The more you are able to release your grip and anxiety over goals and comparing yourself to society the happier and more "present" you will be. If you Youtube Alan Watts and try to cherry pick the popular ones he hammers home these ideals - you may find he talks shit sometimes (despite having "got him" more and more, I still think a lot of stuff is crap) and some metaphors/life lessons can kind of be countered by logic - but sometimes, in fact quite often, he will state something pretty simple but quite profound at the same time. The main thing I took away from it was the kind of peace that comes from accepting some things cannot be neurotically obsessed over, the way to become satisfied from it is to kind of accept defeat from it, there ARE things you can't and won't figure out.

Stanley Kubrick quote I always paste/like/agree with.

“The very meaninglessness of life forces man to create his own meaning. Children, of course, begin life with an untarnished sense of wonder, a capacity to experience total joy at something as simple as the greenness of a leaf; but as they grow older, the awareness of death and decay begins to impinge on their consciousness and subtly erode their joie de vivre, their idealism – and their assumption of immortality. As a child matures, he sees death and pain everywhere about him, and begins to lose faith in the ultimate goodness of man. But, if he’s reasonably strong – and lucky – he can emerge from this twilight of the soul into a rebirth of life’s elan. Both because of and in spite of his awareness of the meaninglessness of life, he can forge a fresh sense of purpose and affirmation. He may not recapture the same pure sense of wonder he was born with, but he can shape something far more enduring and sustaining. The most terrifying fact about the universe is not that it is hostile but that it is indifferent; but if we can come to terms with this indifference and accept the challenges of life within the boundaries of death – however mutable man may be able to make them – our existence as a species can have genuine meaning and fulfillment. However vast the darkness, we must supply our own light.”


― Stanley Kubrick
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#122 - Meanwhile, I hope that that's how it'll be. In my interpretati… 07/28/2016 on What happens after we die? 0
#37 - You know you REALLY ****** up when you hear a Slav say &qu… 07/28/2016 on Justice Porn Comp 0