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#16 - I see that point also, the parents should always have a choice…  [+] (5 replies) 05/23/2015 on Fact comp #9 +1
#23 - toothface (05/23/2015) [-]
I might have a more controversial opinion. I think any and all physical and mental disabilities in fetuses discovered before the last chance for an abortion should be terminated. Evolution-wise you just don't want faulty genes in anyone. If I am right about people with born disabilities are at larger risk of bearing children who have disabilities, then I want people with disabilities to disappear. Of course, not killing those who already exist. It is not their fault, and should of course not be punished for it, but I do think they should not be allowed to bear children. And I mean mostly mental disabilities. If you are born with only 1 arm it's not like you are a burden on society.
#241 - anon (05/23/2015) [-]
I would agree with that but only for the ones who won't be able to function normally in society. Some conditions like bipolar disorder and mild forms of autism, while detrimental, aren't necessarily impossible to overcome.
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#36 - yologdogtwo (05/23/2015) [-]
Most mentally handicap people don't get the chance to breed.

So, literally evolution.
#84 - toothface (05/23/2015) [-]
And it really is a good thing. I also think those people should get sterilized as soon as possible as well, however horrible that might be for them later on.
#127 - anon (05/23/2015) [-]
I think the point he was making is that you literally don't have to steralize them because the vast majority won't breed. It wouldn't be natural selection if they were forcibly sterilized.
#12 - Might be a unpopular opinion but I think, for the most part, a…  [+] (43 replies) 05/23/2015 on Fact comp #9 +458
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#306 - nustix (05/23/2015) [-]
I think it's for the parents to decide, I know several people with down syndrome. And some work harder and do more useful jobs than white trash sitting on their couch doing fucking nothing and getting welfare.
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#292 - IamSofaKingdom (05/23/2015) [-]
How accurate are those readings? A lot of people I know that went through with birth anyway ended up having a child with no, or almost no, problems at all.

Also it depends on the severity since a slightly autistic person or someone with Aspergers or something can function at a level making it almost imperceptible that there is even an issue. I would personally not be able to kill a child but I am not everyone.
#331 - anon (05/23/2015) [-]
its not killing a kid.

Its stopping something growing into a kid.

But I guess its just how different people view things Wrongly though
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#344 - IamSofaKingdom (05/24/2015) [-]
It is subjective, I personally think of it as a child once conception happens. Attempting to pick some time between conception and birth is just a mess. There are even people who say it isn't a child until it is birthed and are willing to kill it at full term.
#280 - andrewkinsella (05/23/2015) [-]
>"unpopular opinion"
>states an incredibly popular opinion
#214 - anon (05/23/2015) [-]
you do know being a savant is a form of autism right?
#238 - anon (05/23/2015) [-]
Incorrect. The definition of a savant is somebody who is unusually talented at something but is handicapped at most other aspects of their life, and is not unique to people with autism it just happens that a lot of savants are autistic .
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#205 - skrynox (05/23/2015) [-]
Two of my cousins were diagnosed with down syndrome while they were in the womb.

The doctors strongly recommended that my aunt and uncle abort the baby, but they refused.

Both of my cousins were completely normal with no health problems whatsoever. Don't always trust diagnoses.
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#181 - crimsongungnir (05/23/2015) [-]
Honestly I feel like horrible person for believing this, but I completely agree.
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#160 - thedungeonmaster (05/23/2015) [-]
I guess it depends on the severity of the condition. Theres a guy with downs syndrome who works at the star bucks near where I live and he's pretty much fully functioning. I wouldn't have terminated him.
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#157 - novren (05/23/2015) [-]
I work taking care of people with Down's. And I agree with you.

They are the happiest people you've ever met, they get past whatever problem in a whisper, and they forgive and forget. And their families love them, as a general rule, and you can tell if you see them.

BUT, it is but normal to not want such a child before he's born. You will have to devote your life, or the life of someone in your family, for him/her. And they will never really grow, so it's really forever. Despite all my love for them, it is a problem, a Syndrome, with grave consequences. I do not want to have the perfect son or daughter, but I will do my best to let them have their own chances in life.

I reckon I would love my son or daughter if they had Down's, why wouldn't I? My flesh and blood. It's not natural to not love your own child. But, that doesn't mean I would encourage the fact of having a kid with such problems. For me, for him/her, for my family, for everyone.

My opinion might change on different circumstances, but I can say that if my wife were to have a kid with Down's, I'd make sure that she had an abortion as soon as possible.
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#217 - satansferret (05/23/2015) [-]
I work taking care of people with Down's. And I agree with you.

They are the happiest people you've ever met, they get past whatever problem in a whisper, and they forgive and forget. And their families love them, as a general rule, and you can tell if you see them.

BUT, it is but normal to not want such a child before he's born. You will have to devote your life, or the life of someone in your family, for him/her. And they will never really grow, so it's really forever. Despite all my love for them, it is a problem, a Syndrome, with grave consequences. I do not want to have the perfect son or daughter, but I will do my best to let them have their own chances in life.

I reckon I would love my son or daughter if they had Down's, why wouldn't I? My flesh and blood. It's not natural to not love your own child. But, that doesn't mean I would encourage the fact of having a kid with such problems. For me, for him/her, for my family, for everyone.

My opinion might change on different circumstances, but I can say that if my wife were to have a kid with Down's, I'd make sure that she had an abortion as soon as possible.
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#183 - broswagonist (05/23/2015) [-]
ya double posted
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#219 - novren (05/23/2015) [-]
I know, my internet here is shite
#220 - broswagonist (05/23/2015) [-]
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#218 - novren (05/23/2015) [-]
I know, my internet here is shite
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#156 - novren (05/23/2015) [-]
I work taking care of people with Down's. And I agree with you.

They are the happiest people you've ever met, they get past whatever problem in a whisper, and they forgive and forget. And their families love them, as a general rule, and you can tell if you see them.

BUT, it is but normal to not want such a child before he's born. You will have to devote your life, or the life of someone in your family, for him/her. And they will never really grow, so it's really forever. Despite all my love for them, it is a problem, a Syndrome, with grave consequences. I do not want to have the perfect son or daughter, but I will do my best to let them have their own chances in life.

I reckon I would love my son or daughter if they had Down's, why wouldn't I? My flesh and blood. It's not natural to not love your own child. But, that doesn't mean I would encourage the fact of having a kid with such problems. For me, for him/her, for my family, for everyone.

My opinion might change on different circumstances, but I can say that if my wife were to have a kid with Down's, I'd make sure that she had an abortion as soon as possible.
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#150 - dreygur (05/23/2015) [-]
If the family knew it would be too much of a burden, they have the choice of abortion anyway. Some parents just want kids, no matter the mental defects.

Also, they can still figure out how to work, so long as it is simple physical labor. Of course this depends on how bad the down's syndrome is.
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#152 - dreygur (05/23/2015) [-]
Although, looking from the kid's point of view, it would be sad for it to never be remotely average.
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#144 - zeroqp (05/23/2015) [-]
That's an awfully selfish reasoning for it. Instead of worrying that the child would be a burden, think about how it would affect the child itself instead. Would the child be unable to live a rich and rewarding life? Those are the kinds of questions you should be asking yourself instead.

Otherwise there are lots of people who "shouldn't have been born" by that logic. No one is perfect, and we will all be burdens on society in one way or another throughout our lifetimes.

For instance, if you're in an accident while you're a teenager, and you lose the ability to work forever, does that mean you might as well have died because you aren't able to work and pay taxes? And because you'll be a burden on your family, or whoever is paid to take care of you?
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#225 - captchakid (05/23/2015) [-]
I most definitely think that if someone is incapable of basic functions of a human being, whether it be socially, morally, physically, or mentally, they should be put down. They are nothing more than a burden to society and are dragging us down as a species.
#165 - anon (05/23/2015) [-]
To live a fulfilling life at the expense of others is inmoral. Substituting that future down child with a normal human being will bring greater good to society
#162 - anon (05/23/2015) [-]
Mentally retarded people and people with downs syndrome will never live a normal life. They will always be so far behind everyone else intellectually that even the basic reasoning required to do most simple tasks nobody else even really thinks about escapes them. An adult with downs syndrome will always be like a child, and even if they can hold a job they will still always need the help of others for simple things.

I'm sorry, but just because they're happy with their life doesn't mean they aren't still a burden or dare I say "inferior" to the average contributing member of society. Sometimes ignorance is bliss.

If you want your child to live a fulfilling life, not having a baby with some defect or disease that's not even treatable, much less curable is a good start.

I work in a home caring for elderly alzheimer's patients, it may be illegal to euthanize humans like we do incurably sick animals, but trust me, sometimes that's the most kind thing you could do for some of these kinds of people, as cold as it sounds.
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#228 - shyyguy (05/23/2015) [-]
"If you want your child to live a fulfilling life, not having a baby with some defect or disease that's not even treatable, much less curable is a good start."

It almost sounds like you're implying we get to choose what kind of baby we get.
#236 - anon (05/23/2015) [-]
Yeah you can - if it has a defect, abort it before it's born and try again, or adopt.
#233 - anon (05/23/2015) [-]
you can't choose what kind of baby you get, but you sure as hell can choose to delete it before its born
and before you say we don't know if a child will be retarded before its born, yes we can. technology has developed enough to do just that.
The most well known test for down syndrome and other chromosomal defects (trisomy 21, trisomy 18 - Edwards Syndrome and trisomy 13 - Palau syndrome) is carried out at 11 to 13.4 weeks by using a blood analysis and ultrasound to determine whether or not the child has it. After the test women are given a ratio say 1:100 chance of the child having one of these disorders at which point an amnio can be carried out and the woman can be told quite confidently if the fetus has the disorder or not.
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#135 - empithree (05/23/2015) [-]
amen.
#134 - completlyrandom (05/23/2015) [-]
Well that is the typical opinion of someone who's never had a closer contact to a person with down syndrom (or any other person with a mental disability). They contribute to society by just being a human who 99% of the time has good mood ... I think that is more than most of you can say of yourselves. Of course it depends also in what type of environment they grow up ... but that is no different from "normal" people

Source: I've got a brother with down syndrom and am regulary involved in events like the Special Olympics
#358 - anon (05/24/2015) [-]
Technically they aren't human.
Humans have 22 chromosomes.
Downies have 23.
Scientific evidence they aren't human, but a failed mutation.
#240 - anon (05/23/2015) [-]
Ah yes, the Special Olympics, where even if you win, you're still a retard.
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#133 - joeyliquid (05/23/2015) [-]
Brah not unpopular, people in funnyjunk are logical and understand that having huge disabilities for the rest of your life are literally not worth it. I went to college with down-syndrome kids, sure they were happy bastards at times, but the rest of the time were filled with sadness and tears knowing that everyone will always treat them different and that they will never be normal. You may say it's just that everyone needs to treat them normal, but it doesn't work like that. They can't be normal, their brain is literally fucked, they cannot function normal and they cannot be unsupervised its like having a child.
tl;dr abort it and have a healthy baby, otherwise kid may have some happy moments, but he's gonna have a shit-tier life.
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#116 - carrotpotato (05/23/2015) [-]
90% of downs diagnoses are terminated in europe... that's probably not that unpopular opinion.
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#56 - brbgoldfishonfire (05/23/2015) [-]
I'm normally pro-life because I think you can at least give the kid up. I think you have until 2 years of age to drop them off at the fire station or hospital no questions asked. I don't know how our foster care system or adoption works, but at least they'd have a chance.

But if I was pregnant and found out that my kid would have down syndrome, cerebral palsy, or anything else that would prevent them from doing typical things and living a normal life, I wouldn't put them through it. It's not even about them being a burden or anything, it's more of a mercy thing. I wouldn't want to live like that, and so I wouldn't want my child to either.
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#317 - cabbagemayhem (05/23/2015) [-]
I like your first point, but are you saying you would kill yourself if you had down-syndrome? I don't think all people with down-syndrome feel that way. If they did, they could end it themselves. Termination just makes that choice for them. It's not a question of whether to "put them through that", it's really just a question of whether to give them a chance.
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#43 - bandoslootshare (05/23/2015) [-]
probably not an unpopular opinion
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#24 - xsoulchaser (05/23/2015) [-]
So nice to find another person who agrees. I, for one, would not be able to handle having a Down Syndrome child and carrying it to full term and putting it up for adoption is not only a waste of money, but also dooms the kid to a life without a family. I know very few people who would willingly adopt a mentally challenged child into their home. Call me selfish, tell me I'm unworthy to have kids. I might agree even with you, but that wont change my mind about the matter.

#15 - anon (05/23/2015) [-]
Not necessarily, but I still think that the parents should a choice.
#16 - crazykidwithaknife (05/23/2015) [-]
I see that point also, the parents should always have a choice but my personal opinion is that if the child is going to have down syndrome it would probably be the best solution to terminate it.
#23 - toothface (05/23/2015) [-]
I might have a more controversial opinion. I think any and all physical and mental disabilities in fetuses discovered before the last chance for an abortion should be terminated. Evolution-wise you just don't want faulty genes in anyone. If I am right about people with born disabilities are at larger risk of bearing children who have disabilities, then I want people with disabilities to disappear. Of course, not killing those who already exist. It is not their fault, and should of course not be punished for it, but I do think they should not be allowed to bear children. And I mean mostly mental disabilities. If you are born with only 1 arm it's not like you are a burden on society.
#241 - anon (05/23/2015) [-]
I would agree with that but only for the ones who won't be able to function normally in society. Some conditions like bipolar disorder and mild forms of autism, while detrimental, aren't necessarily impossible to overcome.
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#36 - yologdogtwo (05/23/2015) [-]
Most mentally handicap people don't get the chance to breed.

So, literally evolution.
#84 - toothface (05/23/2015) [-]
And it really is a good thing. I also think those people should get sterilized as soon as possible as well, however horrible that might be for them later on.
#127 - anon (05/23/2015) [-]
I think the point he was making is that you literally don't have to steralize them because the vast majority won't breed. It wouldn't be natural selection if they were forcibly sterilized.
#287 - Pretty sure its nicole mejia  [+] (1 reply) 05/12/2015 on lets get a few things straight +2
#339 - vbrajvong (05/12/2015) [-]
moar
#10 - STARRING ADAM SANDLER!!  [+] (6 replies) 04/25/2015 on Huge fact comp #8 +171
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#273 - nagafever (04/26/2015) [-]
pina colada (the escape)
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#245 - maorox (04/26/2015) [-]
#211 - imayan (04/26/2015) [-]
And he plays both the husband and the wife
#196 - mrunobvious (04/26/2015) [-]
did they enjoy pina coladas? and perhaps getting caught in the rain?
#197 - mrunobvious (04/26/2015) [-]
goddamit, if I had scrolled down to inches
#203 - crazykidwithaknife (04/26/2015) [-]
You're the little boy in the gif and I'm the black guy
#6 - Reddit users should turn off adblock  [+] (9 replies) 04/24/2015 on Huge fact comp #7 +183
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#77 - imnotkickthecat (04/24/2015) [-]
They actually dont even post ads when you dont have adblock on. Most of the time its links to other places on reddit.
#21 - subadanus (04/24/2015) [-]
Reddit users should turn off their internet*
#41 - gangbangtime (04/24/2015) [-]
Funnyjunk is getting to be just as bad as reddit nowadays.
#74 - hongkonglongdong (04/24/2015) [-]
Nigga we're getting considerably better.
#82 - gangbangtime (04/24/2015) [-]
>Senseless band-wagonning
>Blocking people has effect
>Siding with the community nets thumbs rather than being factual

Yeah no.
#91 - hongkonglongdong (04/24/2015) [-]
I completely agree with the blocking one (Jesus Christ why would you let it so people can't comment on your comments/content, just make it so the guy who blocked you can't see it) but the rest was there well before this. Meanwhile, we've lost a fuck-tonne of cancer and we no longer worship any site.
#92 - gangbangtime (04/24/2015) [-]
Bandwagonning got worse.
Community siding and ignoring facts/evidence has gotten much worse.

Generally, we're becoming reddit 2.0 with this thumb system, I'd vote on removing it for comments, but that's just me.
#93 - hongkonglongdong (04/24/2015) [-]
Personally speaking, I think that you should have to comment to be able to downthumb something. I don't really mind being downthumbed, it's when seven guys downthumb me and no one says why that gets me mad. But honestly, my favorite model is the 8/4chan model. I think it'd be pretty awesome if you had the content sharing capabilities of FunnyJunk and chan threads below it.

I wouldn't say the bandwagonning and community politicising has gotten worse. Although I do remember being thumbed down past -80 for asking what was happening in a gif, because once some faggots down thumb everybody does.
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#87 - factual (04/24/2015) [-]
it's a fact
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