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Gender: male
Age: 20
Facebook Profile: Jared Herring
Youtube Channel: my mum
Steam Profile: darkjustifier
Consoles Owned: a fucking lot
Video Games Played: any
X-box Gamertag: leechchangeling
PSN: the hell is psn?
Interests: games and shit
Date Signed Up:4/11/2012
Last Login:5/23/2015
Location:Dickinson ND
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Comment Ranking:#199
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Highest Comment Rank:#37
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large white dude who likes MLP, sue me

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#49 - I'm guilty of that a couple more times then I'm willing to adm… 09/29/2013 on Facebook 0
#42 - If all you've ever eaten is toasted bread and all you've ever …  [+] (5 new replies) 09/29/2013 on Facebook -3
User avatar #68 - gorgannan (09/29/2013) [-]
See, that's the part that is unbelievable. Yes, technically you can not ever see anyone eat anything but toasted bread, or know that meat is what kills you when you eat is raw, but in our society, you have to be pretty dull not to pick up on stuff like that.

If not knowing things like whether bread makes you sick when uncooked or not doesn't mean you're stupid, the only thing I can imagine would is if you CANNOT learn anything despite trying. And even people on that level of intelligence are better than the people spouting this dribble, because they at least try to appear educated.
User avatar #79 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
You know sir Einstein couldn't tie is shoes at all, ever and that something you can pick up on by paying attention but was he stupid?
User avatar #81 - gorgannan (09/29/2013) [-]
those are very different things. You would have to actively watch someone tie their shoes many times before you learned. Especially without them trying to teach you.
User avatar #48 - dtox (09/29/2013) [-]
it's sad, though, how often you meet people who aren't "ready to learn something new," at least in my own experience.

if someone has known something a certain way for most of their lives, and the inevitable outcome is that what they "knew" was actually false, they may be too obstinate to change their views.

I've met so many people like that, mostly with regards to simple things, nothing to do with politics or religion, and it's frustrating to deal with them.
User avatar #49 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
I'm guilty of that a couple more times then I'm willing to admit, but I do try to fix it when I find the problem.
#38 - They were trying to use the internet here, they went to their …  [+] (7 new replies) 09/29/2013 on Facebook -1
#40 - ThpiderMan (09/29/2013) [-]
I doubt they were looking for answers, I've seen a comp of this exact topic of dozens of people making fun of the announcer, and while it's entirely possible some were looking for answers on fucking twitter of all places, which is just a ridiculous assumption, but most if not all were just looking to complain without a search for truth. I've worked for far too many years in customer service related jobs to believe to believe the vast majority of people are anything but idiots content with being idiots.

Do you know how many people have asked me if it's safe to eat bread without toasting it, for fear of it making them sick for it being undercooked? Far too many, friend.
#42 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
If all you've ever eaten is toasted bread and all you've ever seen people eat is toasted bread, and you've been taught also that eating undercooked food is bad, then you can come to an assumption that eating untoasted bread is bad, and just to make sure they ask someone who might be more knowledgeable on this fact then them, which would be you, they get their answer and now they're less ignorant then before, it's all on how you were raised and how you were taught and in what environment that shows how ignorant you could be when you get older and how ready you are to learn something new.
User avatar #68 - gorgannan (09/29/2013) [-]
See, that's the part that is unbelievable. Yes, technically you can not ever see anyone eat anything but toasted bread, or know that meat is what kills you when you eat is raw, but in our society, you have to be pretty dull not to pick up on stuff like that.

If not knowing things like whether bread makes you sick when uncooked or not doesn't mean you're stupid, the only thing I can imagine would is if you CANNOT learn anything despite trying. And even people on that level of intelligence are better than the people spouting this dribble, because they at least try to appear educated.
User avatar #79 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
You know sir Einstein couldn't tie is shoes at all, ever and that something you can pick up on by paying attention but was he stupid?
User avatar #81 - gorgannan (09/29/2013) [-]
those are very different things. You would have to actively watch someone tie their shoes many times before you learned. Especially without them trying to teach you.
User avatar #48 - dtox (09/29/2013) [-]
it's sad, though, how often you meet people who aren't "ready to learn something new," at least in my own experience.

if someone has known something a certain way for most of their lives, and the inevitable outcome is that what they "knew" was actually false, they may be too obstinate to change their views.

I've met so many people like that, mostly with regards to simple things, nothing to do with politics or religion, and it's frustrating to deal with them.
User avatar #49 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
I'm guilty of that a couple more times then I'm willing to admit, but I do try to fix it when I find the problem.
#35 - I am blase about it because i understand what it is like to be…  [+] (9 new replies) 09/29/2013 on Facebook -1
User avatar #36 - ThpiderMan (09/29/2013) [-]
I understand that, but these people were on the internet, a tool unlike any before with information on almost every thing imaginable, and when tasked with trying to understand what the Olympics announcer said, many people didn't google it to figure it out or get on wikipedia, instead they complained and showed their lack of understanding of simple logic on twitter.

That is what makes them an idiot.
#38 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
They were trying to use the internet here, they went to their friends to see if they could clear up this conundrum for them to find they had the same problem of missing knowledge, so in a likely scenario the next day they asked their teacher what the answer to their query was and got the answer quick and clear something they wouldn't post upon their twitter for us to see, there is more then meets the eye in most situations.
#40 - ThpiderMan (09/29/2013) [-]
I doubt they were looking for answers, I've seen a comp of this exact topic of dozens of people making fun of the announcer, and while it's entirely possible some were looking for answers on fucking twitter of all places, which is just a ridiculous assumption, but most if not all were just looking to complain without a search for truth. I've worked for far too many years in customer service related jobs to believe to believe the vast majority of people are anything but idiots content with being idiots.

Do you know how many people have asked me if it's safe to eat bread without toasting it, for fear of it making them sick for it being undercooked? Far too many, friend.
#42 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
If all you've ever eaten is toasted bread and all you've ever seen people eat is toasted bread, and you've been taught also that eating undercooked food is bad, then you can come to an assumption that eating untoasted bread is bad, and just to make sure they ask someone who might be more knowledgeable on this fact then them, which would be you, they get their answer and now they're less ignorant then before, it's all on how you were raised and how you were taught and in what environment that shows how ignorant you could be when you get older and how ready you are to learn something new.
User avatar #68 - gorgannan (09/29/2013) [-]
See, that's the part that is unbelievable. Yes, technically you can not ever see anyone eat anything but toasted bread, or know that meat is what kills you when you eat is raw, but in our society, you have to be pretty dull not to pick up on stuff like that.

If not knowing things like whether bread makes you sick when uncooked or not doesn't mean you're stupid, the only thing I can imagine would is if you CANNOT learn anything despite trying. And even people on that level of intelligence are better than the people spouting this dribble, because they at least try to appear educated.
User avatar #79 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
You know sir Einstein couldn't tie is shoes at all, ever and that something you can pick up on by paying attention but was he stupid?
User avatar #81 - gorgannan (09/29/2013) [-]
those are very different things. You would have to actively watch someone tie their shoes many times before you learned. Especially without them trying to teach you.
User avatar #48 - dtox (09/29/2013) [-]
it's sad, though, how often you meet people who aren't "ready to learn something new," at least in my own experience.

if someone has known something a certain way for most of their lives, and the inevitable outcome is that what they "knew" was actually false, they may be too obstinate to change their views.

I've met so many people like that, mostly with regards to simple things, nothing to do with politics or religion, and it's frustrating to deal with them.
User avatar #49 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
I'm guilty of that a couple more times then I'm willing to admit, but I do try to fix it when I find the problem.
#33 - I didn't learn this in school till the 4th grade actually, I k… 09/29/2013 on Facebook 0
#29 - Unless they haven't been taught it yet.  [+] (14 new replies) 09/29/2013 on Facebook -2
User avatar #51 - PVTDickStryker (09/29/2013) [-]
That argument would be perfect.....if we were talking about pre-schoolers. I wouldn't expose a pre-schooler to filth such as twitter.
User avatar #32 - ThpiderMan (09/29/2013) [-]
Excusing ignorance by saying no one taught them is making it anyone but your own responsibility to be a well-informed and thinking adult. Being so blase about people's ignorance is why the world is stuffed to the gills with idiots.
#35 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
I am blase about it because i understand what it is like to be ignorant of something and then called an idiot when I show my ignorance so instead I read, a lot to try to fill in those holes yet I still have many more that people would call me an idiot for and wen that time comes again I'll move to learn more, this is life today my blue named savant.
User avatar #36 - ThpiderMan (09/29/2013) [-]
I understand that, but these people were on the internet, a tool unlike any before with information on almost every thing imaginable, and when tasked with trying to understand what the Olympics announcer said, many people didn't google it to figure it out or get on wikipedia, instead they complained and showed their lack of understanding of simple logic on twitter.

That is what makes them an idiot.
#38 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
They were trying to use the internet here, they went to their friends to see if they could clear up this conundrum for them to find they had the same problem of missing knowledge, so in a likely scenario the next day they asked their teacher what the answer to their query was and got the answer quick and clear something they wouldn't post upon their twitter for us to see, there is more then meets the eye in most situations.
#40 - ThpiderMan (09/29/2013) [-]
I doubt they were looking for answers, I've seen a comp of this exact topic of dozens of people making fun of the announcer, and while it's entirely possible some were looking for answers on fucking twitter of all places, which is just a ridiculous assumption, but most if not all were just looking to complain without a search for truth. I've worked for far too many years in customer service related jobs to believe to believe the vast majority of people are anything but idiots content with being idiots.

Do you know how many people have asked me if it's safe to eat bread without toasting it, for fear of it making them sick for it being undercooked? Far too many, friend.
#42 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
If all you've ever eaten is toasted bread and all you've ever seen people eat is toasted bread, and you've been taught also that eating undercooked food is bad, then you can come to an assumption that eating untoasted bread is bad, and just to make sure they ask someone who might be more knowledgeable on this fact then them, which would be you, they get their answer and now they're less ignorant then before, it's all on how you were raised and how you were taught and in what environment that shows how ignorant you could be when you get older and how ready you are to learn something new.
User avatar #68 - gorgannan (09/29/2013) [-]
See, that's the part that is unbelievable. Yes, technically you can not ever see anyone eat anything but toasted bread, or know that meat is what kills you when you eat is raw, but in our society, you have to be pretty dull not to pick up on stuff like that.

If not knowing things like whether bread makes you sick when uncooked or not doesn't mean you're stupid, the only thing I can imagine would is if you CANNOT learn anything despite trying. And even people on that level of intelligence are better than the people spouting this dribble, because they at least try to appear educated.
User avatar #79 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
You know sir Einstein couldn't tie is shoes at all, ever and that something you can pick up on by paying attention but was he stupid?
User avatar #81 - gorgannan (09/29/2013) [-]
those are very different things. You would have to actively watch someone tie their shoes many times before you learned. Especially without them trying to teach you.
User avatar #48 - dtox (09/29/2013) [-]
it's sad, though, how often you meet people who aren't "ready to learn something new," at least in my own experience.

if someone has known something a certain way for most of their lives, and the inevitable outcome is that what they "knew" was actually false, they may be too obstinate to change their views.

I've met so many people like that, mostly with regards to simple things, nothing to do with politics or religion, and it's frustrating to deal with them.
User avatar #49 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
I'm guilty of that a couple more times then I'm willing to admit, but I do try to fix it when I find the problem.
User avatar #31 - xdeathspawnx (09/29/2013) [-]
most kids know that by the time they get into 2nd grade. If they are old enough to be using Facebook then they should definitely know this by now.
#33 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
I didn't learn this in school till the 4th grade actually, I knew it before then because I always read a lot of books but that's not always to everyone's liking, the amount I read.
#27 - How can they know what they haven't been taught? you call them…  [+] (17 new replies) 09/29/2013 on Facebook -4
User avatar #65 - gorgannan (09/29/2013) [-]
Hyper religious people still say that the year 0 is the year that Christ was born. He wasn't the first man according to any religion.
User avatar #28 - azumeow (09/29/2013) [-]
Even the most ardent young-Earth creationists assert that the Earth is only...

about 6,000 years old. There's no excuse for idiocy on this level save for mental retardation.
#29 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
Unless they haven't been taught it yet.
User avatar #51 - PVTDickStryker (09/29/2013) [-]
That argument would be perfect.....if we were talking about pre-schoolers. I wouldn't expose a pre-schooler to filth such as twitter.
User avatar #32 - ThpiderMan (09/29/2013) [-]
Excusing ignorance by saying no one taught them is making it anyone but your own responsibility to be a well-informed and thinking adult. Being so blase about people's ignorance is why the world is stuffed to the gills with idiots.
#35 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
I am blase about it because i understand what it is like to be ignorant of something and then called an idiot when I show my ignorance so instead I read, a lot to try to fill in those holes yet I still have many more that people would call me an idiot for and wen that time comes again I'll move to learn more, this is life today my blue named savant.
User avatar #36 - ThpiderMan (09/29/2013) [-]
I understand that, but these people were on the internet, a tool unlike any before with information on almost every thing imaginable, and when tasked with trying to understand what the Olympics announcer said, many people didn't google it to figure it out or get on wikipedia, instead they complained and showed their lack of understanding of simple logic on twitter.

That is what makes them an idiot.
#38 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
They were trying to use the internet here, they went to their friends to see if they could clear up this conundrum for them to find they had the same problem of missing knowledge, so in a likely scenario the next day they asked their teacher what the answer to their query was and got the answer quick and clear something they wouldn't post upon their twitter for us to see, there is more then meets the eye in most situations.
#40 - ThpiderMan (09/29/2013) [-]
I doubt they were looking for answers, I've seen a comp of this exact topic of dozens of people making fun of the announcer, and while it's entirely possible some were looking for answers on fucking twitter of all places, which is just a ridiculous assumption, but most if not all were just looking to complain without a search for truth. I've worked for far too many years in customer service related jobs to believe to believe the vast majority of people are anything but idiots content with being idiots.

Do you know how many people have asked me if it's safe to eat bread without toasting it, for fear of it making them sick for it being undercooked? Far too many, friend.
#42 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
If all you've ever eaten is toasted bread and all you've ever seen people eat is toasted bread, and you've been taught also that eating undercooked food is bad, then you can come to an assumption that eating untoasted bread is bad, and just to make sure they ask someone who might be more knowledgeable on this fact then them, which would be you, they get their answer and now they're less ignorant then before, it's all on how you were raised and how you were taught and in what environment that shows how ignorant you could be when you get older and how ready you are to learn something new.
User avatar #68 - gorgannan (09/29/2013) [-]
See, that's the part that is unbelievable. Yes, technically you can not ever see anyone eat anything but toasted bread, or know that meat is what kills you when you eat is raw, but in our society, you have to be pretty dull not to pick up on stuff like that.

If not knowing things like whether bread makes you sick when uncooked or not doesn't mean you're stupid, the only thing I can imagine would is if you CANNOT learn anything despite trying. And even people on that level of intelligence are better than the people spouting this dribble, because they at least try to appear educated.
User avatar #79 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
You know sir Einstein couldn't tie is shoes at all, ever and that something you can pick up on by paying attention but was he stupid?
User avatar #81 - gorgannan (09/29/2013) [-]
those are very different things. You would have to actively watch someone tie their shoes many times before you learned. Especially without them trying to teach you.
User avatar #48 - dtox (09/29/2013) [-]
it's sad, though, how often you meet people who aren't "ready to learn something new," at least in my own experience.

if someone has known something a certain way for most of their lives, and the inevitable outcome is that what they "knew" was actually false, they may be too obstinate to change their views.

I've met so many people like that, mostly with regards to simple things, nothing to do with politics or religion, and it's frustrating to deal with them.
User avatar #49 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
I'm guilty of that a couple more times then I'm willing to admit, but I do try to fix it when I find the problem.
User avatar #31 - xdeathspawnx (09/29/2013) [-]
most kids know that by the time they get into 2nd grade. If they are old enough to be using Facebook then they should definitely know this by now.
#33 - darkjustifier (09/29/2013) [-]
I didn't learn this in school till the 4th grade actually, I knew it before then because I always read a lot of books but that's not always to everyone's liking, the amount I read.
#6 - I always thought becoming an adult meant finding out the unive… 09/29/2013 on life +3
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#35 - anonymous (09/29/2013) [-]
no one cares about your opinion, you ponyfag.
#82 - bipolarprobe (09/29/2013) [-]
See there's a little thing you have to understand about funnyjunk. We hate feminists and stupid fucking anons. Everything else is a gray area up to each individual.
User avatar #57 - elmarcocfc (09/29/2013) [-]
Oh, the irony.
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I liked it before season 22
User avatar #34 - thisisrarity (09/29/2013) [-]
lol
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Unbelieveably accurate.
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User avatar #2006 - darkjustifier (09/28/2013) [-]
thought this was funy
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#13502 - pineapplechunkss (03/26/2015) [+] (1 reply)
stickied by darkjustifier
User avatar #13541 - derivat (05/05/2015) [-]
Add me on XBL you sl00t ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
User avatar #13542 to #13541 - darkjustifier (05/05/2015) [-]
gotta wait till the weekend i do't bring my xbox to the dorm
User avatar #13543 to #13542 - derivat (05/05/2015) [-]
I will wait for you no homo
User avatar #13539 - ytrellworld (05/03/2015) [-]
Hey what was the deal with the "HAIL DARKJUSTIFIER" comment incident? I never actually understood what was happening...
User avatar #13540 to #13539 - darkjustifier (05/03/2015) [-]
someone was trying to get me banned for using mlp as my reactions so they tried to make it seem like I was trolling the site.
#13534 - affix (04/30/2015) [-]
I made this HD version of your banner.
I tested it on my profile and its the same ratio as yours.
Its slightly higher quality than your existing one.
User avatar #13533 - murrlogic (04/29/2015) [-]
moon anus.
#13528 - hatapon (04/26/2015) [-]
dark the ************ justifier. How you doing?
#13530 to #13529 - hatapon (04/26/2015) [-]
**** , donno how I can help.
#13531 to #13530 - darkjustifier (04/26/2015) [-]
how will anyone else know the delicious taste OF A SECOND CONE!?!
User avatar #13520 - murrlogic (04/23/2015) [-]
moon anus.
User avatar #13522 to #13521 - murrlogic (04/23/2015) [-]
Morning.
User avatar #13525 to #13524 - darkjustifier (04/23/2015) [-]
waiting for class, you?
User avatar #13526 to #13525 - murrlogic (04/23/2015) [-]
Working on hand drawn masturbation material.
#13527 to #13526 - darkjustifier (04/23/2015) [-]
makes me wish I could draw
#13518 - semilunarknight (04/22/2015) [-]
You post ponies and still get green thumbs...this is strange and somewhat unsettling for me.
You post ponies and still get green thumbs...this is strange and somewhat unsettling for me.
User avatar #13519 to #13518 - darkjustifier (04/22/2015) [-]
I'm good at it I guess
User avatar #13516 - majormayor (04/16/2015) [-]
>ponies
>2015
User avatar #13513 - novabird (04/15/2015) [-]
user account dankjustifier is not created yet, you could do this.
User avatar #13514 to #13513 - darkjustifier (04/15/2015) [-]
all the dankest of memes
User avatar #13515 to #13514 - novabird (04/15/2015) [-]
might as well cash in.
User avatar #13510 - murrlogic (04/14/2015) [-]
Moon anus.
#13511 to #13510 - darkjustifier (04/14/2015) [-]
Lunar hammering
Lunar hammering
User avatar #13512 to #13511 - murrlogic (04/14/2015) [-]
Good Evening

What's up?
User avatar #13508 - davidavidson (04/09/2015) [-]
I guess we have to be friends now even tho you are a ******* brony queer...

jesus
User avatar #13509 to #13508 - darkjustifier (04/09/2015) [-]
I'm touched
#13506 - anonymous (03/27/2015) [-]
you are fedoralover.
User avatar #13507 to #13506 - darkjustifier (03/27/2015) [-]
don't be dumb
#13504 - bibbins (03/26/2015) [-]
Heres your cookies...
#13505 to #13504 - darkjustifier (03/26/2015) [-]
ah yeah baby you place those cookies, right where I like em, whoooo baby
User avatar #13500 to #13499 - darkjustifier (03/24/2015) [-]
*squees internally
#13493 to #13492 - pineapplechunkss (03/10/2015) [-]
I have to see you on the comments of the front page to remember your still alive
#13494 to #13493 - darkjustifier (03/10/2015) [-]
I make posts on and off, when i post on PV novabird is usually the only one that sees them
User avatar #13497 to #13495 - novabird (03/10/2015) [-]
gotta go thru old comments to see him sometimes.
#13488 - ablazingspitfire (03/09/2015) [-]
Here ya' go.

I'm rolling random users and making them some GFX art, I rolled you so here.

Have a nice day!
#13489 to #13488 - ablazingspitfire (03/09/2015) [-]
Sorry, but the lower blur was pissing me off, didn't match the contrast or color scheme at all, so I removed it.
#13482 - Byte (03/09/2015) [-]
ass
ass
#13486 to #13485 - Byte (03/09/2015) [-]
Don't interrupt me you **** !
User avatar #13501 to #13486 - kibbleking ONLINE (03/25/2015) [-]
You're a tremendous faggot.
#13484 to #13483 - Byte (03/09/2015) [-]
ASS AND TITTIES!
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