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#189 - I wonder if he asked for that. 03/16/2014 on Horror medical procedures comp 0
#86 - an·thro·po·mor·phism ˌanTHrəpəˈmôrˌfizəm/Submit…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/16/2014 on You what they say about big... -4
#150 - skyblueshinx (03/16/2014) [-]
User avatar #151 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
Obviously quite a few people.
#20 - It IS some pretty sweet looking marble. 03/16/2014 on (untitled) 0
#34 - I DO understand what you're trying to say, I just don't agree is all. 03/16/2014 on You what they say about big... -4
#29 - I mostly just felt like running with the caps lock on. …  [+] (2 new replies) 03/16/2014 on You what they say about big... -4
User avatar #30 - wrinklynewt (03/16/2014) [-]
it's not like it makes me upset when people use the wrong terms, i just do a little mention of it

seems like you're not gonna budge, so alright, whatever you say
User avatar #34 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
I DO understand what you're trying to say, I just don't agree is all.
#27 - I didn't mean "attraction" as in relating strictly t…  [+] (15 new replies) 03/16/2014 on You what they say about big... -4
#186 - furiousmarshmellow (03/16/2014) [-]
I guess lions and bunnies are the same thing because they're animals.
User avatar #187 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
Holy fuck your logic is terrible

You don't even understand what's going on.
#189 - furiousmarshmellow (03/16/2014) [-]
My logic?

MY LOGIC?

Go fuck yourself.
User avatar #190 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
All you idiots seem to think I'm talking about humans and dogs exclusively.

I'm talking about cartoon characters who share qualities that are both human and inhuman, which pretty much describes EVERY cartoon character ever.

This makes them anthropomorphic, all of them, period.

That's what I'm arguing.
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#192 - furiousmarshmellow (03/16/2014) [-]
So, because they're both classified as anthropomorphic, that means they're the same thing?
User avatar #193 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
It certainly doesn't make one "feral" and NOT anthropomorphic.
#201 - furiousmarshmellow (03/16/2014) [-]
User avatar #221 - stipulateprism (03/16/2014) [-]
u furious, marshmellow?
User avatar #235 - furiousmarshmellow (03/16/2014) [-]
Disappointed is more fitting.
#54 - anonymous (03/16/2014) [-]
I guess aids and cancer have no difference because they are both diseases.
#28 - wrinklynewt (03/16/2014) [-]
you can't just look at the bottom line though
you just listed one difference, and sure they are both a mixture of human and animal, but they are different mixtures

thats like making a cake, then taking the exact same ingredients you made that cake with and changing the ammounts

sure it's made of the "same stuff" but there are crucial differences

still dunno why you got so worked up over this
User avatar #29 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
I mostly just felt like running with the caps lock on.

I'm still irritated at the consistent misuse of definitions that people seem hellbent on doing.

From catgirls to talking dogs that walk on all fours, they're all on the same exact spectrum. It might be a spectrum riddled with tons of differences in physical appearance, they're still all the same thing.
User avatar #30 - wrinklynewt (03/16/2014) [-]
it's not like it makes me upset when people use the wrong terms, i just do a little mention of it

seems like you're not gonna budge, so alright, whatever you say
User avatar #34 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
I DO understand what you're trying to say, I just don't agree is all.
#25 - There is no difference, stop trying to make it seem like there…  [+] (21 new replies) 03/16/2014 on You what they say about big... -5
#102 - holmesc (03/16/2014) [-]
lol wtf
#128 - anonymous (03/16/2014) [-]
I've masturbated to this picture.

Posting as anon because I'm a pussy.
#183 - atma (03/16/2014) [-]
Oh wow, and it makes it look like you're masturbating in public and their expressions are genuine
That's fucking genius
User avatar #103 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
what?
User avatar #26 - wrinklynewt (03/16/2014) [-]
i'm not even talking about porn though i know the original post in this thread was about R34, but i was just talking about furry as a whole

dude..... there is a difference
User avatar #27 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
I didn't mean "attraction" as in relating strictly to R34, but I did mean it mostly.

And, again, there is no difference. A character that walks on all fours is no different to one that walks on two legs, they're both a mixture of human and inhuman qualities, that's the bottom line.
#186 - furiousmarshmellow (03/16/2014) [-]
I guess lions and bunnies are the same thing because they're animals.
User avatar #187 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
Holy fuck your logic is terrible

You don't even understand what's going on.
#189 - furiousmarshmellow (03/16/2014) [-]
My logic?

MY LOGIC?

Go fuck yourself.
User avatar #190 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
All you idiots seem to think I'm talking about humans and dogs exclusively.

I'm talking about cartoon characters who share qualities that are both human and inhuman, which pretty much describes EVERY cartoon character ever.

This makes them anthropomorphic, all of them, period.

That's what I'm arguing.
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#192 - furiousmarshmellow (03/16/2014) [-]
So, because they're both classified as anthropomorphic, that means they're the same thing?
User avatar #193 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
It certainly doesn't make one "feral" and NOT anthropomorphic.
#201 - furiousmarshmellow (03/16/2014) [-]
User avatar #221 - stipulateprism (03/16/2014) [-]
u furious, marshmellow?
User avatar #235 - furiousmarshmellow (03/16/2014) [-]
Disappointed is more fitting.
#54 - anonymous (03/16/2014) [-]
I guess aids and cancer have no difference because they are both diseases.
#28 - wrinklynewt (03/16/2014) [-]
you can't just look at the bottom line though
you just listed one difference, and sure they are both a mixture of human and animal, but they are different mixtures

thats like making a cake, then taking the exact same ingredients you made that cake with and changing the ammounts

sure it's made of the "same stuff" but there are crucial differences

still dunno why you got so worked up over this
User avatar #29 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
I mostly just felt like running with the caps lock on.

I'm still irritated at the consistent misuse of definitions that people seem hellbent on doing.

From catgirls to talking dogs that walk on all fours, they're all on the same exact spectrum. It might be a spectrum riddled with tons of differences in physical appearance, they're still all the same thing.
User avatar #30 - wrinklynewt (03/16/2014) [-]
it's not like it makes me upset when people use the wrong terms, i just do a little mention of it

seems like you're not gonna budge, so alright, whatever you say
User avatar #34 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
I DO understand what you're trying to say, I just don't agree is all.
#24 - BALTO IS ANTHROPOMORPHIC MICKY MOUSE IS ANTHROPOMORPH…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/16/2014 on You what they say about big... -3
User avatar #85 - baconator (03/16/2014) [-]
Balto is feral. If you're basing him being anthro by the fact he talks its wrong because he isn't speaking to people, just other animals.
Mickey mouse is a good example of anthropomorphic.
Zues is "human". He's a god but yes, but the body of a human.
User avatar #86 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
an·thro·po·mor·phism
ˌanTHrəpəˈmôrˌfizəm/Submit
noun
1.
the attribution of human characteristics or behavior to a god, animal, or object.

I know that, from the human's perspective in the animation, balto is just another wolf, but his characterization and mentality is that of a human in the setting he's portrayed in. You say he is "feral" (a made up term, btw) because he's portrayed as being an animal on all fours, when that fact is completely irrelevant.

As for zeus, he is an inhuman entity (a god) given human qualities (speech, appearance, mentality, etc), thus making him anthropomorphic.

you are taking some very LITERAL perspectives and skewing a concept, which is something I am perturbed by. I wish people would stop this.
#150 - skyblueshinx (03/16/2014) [-]
User avatar #151 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
Obviously quite a few people.
#22 - THEY'RE BOTH ANTHROPOMORPHIC THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE …  [+] (39 new replies) 03/16/2014 on You what they say about big... +1
#161 - popnotes (03/16/2014) [-]
You are such a GODDAMN idiot.

There's a difference between salt and pepper, just because they're both fucking seasonings doesn't make them the same thing, fuckwit.
User avatar #163 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
Implying that we're talking about two different things here.

"feral" (in this instance) is a made up term, it means nothing. To say balto is not "anthro" (anthro meaning ANTHROPOMORPHIC) is the real idiocy.
#165 - popnotes (03/16/2014) [-]
Yeah, and "ANTHRO" is not a real word either, it's a word created by the furry fandom used to describe anthropomorphic animals with human-like personalities and bodies, it's just as fucking fake as "feral" which more or less means "animal with human-like personality" and it was ALSO made by the furry fandom.

Jesus Christ, how hard is it to comprehend that?
User avatar #178 - whiteoverblue (03/16/2014) [-]
Anthro... from the greek "ANTHROPINOS," meaning "human."
Used to describe anything with human characteristics.

ANTHROpology: The science that studies humans
#234 - popnotes (03/16/2014) [-]
Prefix =/= Word
#241 - popnotes has deleted their comment.
User avatar #240 - whiteoverblue (03/17/2014) [-]
your point?
#242 - popnotes (03/17/2014) [-]
"Anthro" is a prefix.
Prefixes are not words, just like "pre" is not a word itself.

Your redundant post was redundant.
User avatar #169 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
Also, you don't have to act like a massive cunt about it.

Never did I insult anyone, I just used the caps lock.
User avatar #168 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
Except in this instance the poster above was referring to "anthro" as meaning anthropomorphic, trying to make a contrary point to the original poster.

And what you described is still stupid as fuck, it's a bastardization of an entire concept, a concept that's crucial to subjects such as mythology and the like, that's what peeves me the most.
#170 - popnotes (03/16/2014) [-]
Nobody's talking about mythology or anything important, we're talking about a silly internet culture about animals. Don't take it so seriously.
User avatar #171 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
Well then why the fuck are yall arguing with me when I'm just being super technical about shit?

if it wasn't important, I'd think you'd all just ignore my rambling.
#172 - popnotes (03/16/2014) [-]
Because your rambling is loud and annoying.
User avatar #173 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
Well I find the misuse of terminology to be equally annoying.
User avatar #131 - articulate (03/16/2014) [-]
Why did I follow the links... I knew what I would find.
#23 - wrinklynewt (03/16/2014) [-]
just look down man
i'm not talking about dictionary definitions here, i'm talking terms

and yes, there is a difference
User avatar #25 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
There is no difference, stop trying to make it seem like there's a difference.

I don't care what people are attracted to, the desperate attempt people make to differentiate things is pissing me off.
#102 - holmesc (03/16/2014) [-]
lol wtf
#128 - anonymous (03/16/2014) [-]
I've masturbated to this picture.

Posting as anon because I'm a pussy.
#183 - atma (03/16/2014) [-]
Oh wow, and it makes it look like you're masturbating in public and their expressions are genuine
That's fucking genius
User avatar #103 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
what?
User avatar #26 - wrinklynewt (03/16/2014) [-]
i'm not even talking about porn though i know the original post in this thread was about R34, but i was just talking about furry as a whole

dude..... there is a difference
User avatar #27 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
I didn't mean "attraction" as in relating strictly to R34, but I did mean it mostly.

And, again, there is no difference. A character that walks on all fours is no different to one that walks on two legs, they're both a mixture of human and inhuman qualities, that's the bottom line.
#186 - furiousmarshmellow (03/16/2014) [-]
I guess lions and bunnies are the same thing because they're animals.
User avatar #187 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
Holy fuck your logic is terrible

You don't even understand what's going on.
#189 - furiousmarshmellow (03/16/2014) [-]
My logic?

MY LOGIC?

Go fuck yourself.
User avatar #190 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
All you idiots seem to think I'm talking about humans and dogs exclusively.

I'm talking about cartoon characters who share qualities that are both human and inhuman, which pretty much describes EVERY cartoon character ever.

This makes them anthropomorphic, all of them, period.

That's what I'm arguing.
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#192 - furiousmarshmellow (03/16/2014) [-]
So, because they're both classified as anthropomorphic, that means they're the same thing?
User avatar #193 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
It certainly doesn't make one "feral" and NOT anthropomorphic.
#201 - furiousmarshmellow (03/16/2014) [-]
User avatar #221 - stipulateprism (03/16/2014) [-]
u furious, marshmellow?
User avatar #235 - furiousmarshmellow (03/16/2014) [-]
Disappointed is more fitting.
#54 - anonymous (03/16/2014) [-]
I guess aids and cancer have no difference because they are both diseases.
#28 - wrinklynewt (03/16/2014) [-]
you can't just look at the bottom line though
you just listed one difference, and sure they are both a mixture of human and animal, but they are different mixtures

thats like making a cake, then taking the exact same ingredients you made that cake with and changing the ammounts

sure it's made of the "same stuff" but there are crucial differences

still dunno why you got so worked up over this
User avatar #29 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
I mostly just felt like running with the caps lock on.

I'm still irritated at the consistent misuse of definitions that people seem hellbent on doing.

From catgirls to talking dogs that walk on all fours, they're all on the same exact spectrum. It might be a spectrum riddled with tons of differences in physical appearance, they're still all the same thing.
User avatar #30 - wrinklynewt (03/16/2014) [-]
it's not like it makes me upset when people use the wrong terms, i just do a little mention of it

seems like you're not gonna budge, so alright, whatever you say
User avatar #34 - dtox (03/16/2014) [-]
I DO understand what you're trying to say, I just don't agree is all.
#642 - Now you're just trailing off into something completely differe… 03/15/2014 on Applejack > Rainbow Dash 0
#640 - The severity of the insults are not the concern, the primary i…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/15/2014 on Applejack > Rainbow Dash 0
User avatar #641 - defeats (03/15/2014) [-]
Well we obviously have different kinds of bullying, and it has everything to do with the severity. When I was 9/10 calling another kid a girl was funny, it was banter. Alienating them, excluding them, calling them other names was when it became bullying, fairly minor bullying, but bullying nonetheless. Alienating them by which you exclude them from things.

What most of the articles about the case are missing out, the school did try to get the other kids to see reason on the subject. "It's his bag, not yours and so it doesn't concern you." or something to that effect. They then asked the boys mother to get him another schoolbag, she refused. At this point the school had no other choice but to enforce it. And this is also the most common reason for new dress codes being imposed.
But still the girls bag caught the attention around the school, and in class. Kids like laughing at things, a boy with a girls schoolbag in the mind of a 9 year old is funny.

Kids these days, and most frequently in America are being raised on the idea that everybody must accept them. The truth is nobody has to accept you, nobody has to accept me.
If people have the right to free expression, then everybody has the right to express their own opinion. If you're allowed to walk around in the street in a thong to express yourself then I'm equally allowed to protest and say "dude, stop that". Saying to this boy that his favorite toy is a girls toy, if it is indeed a girls toy is NOT bullying, I cannot stress this enough.
The Oxford dictionaries definition of a (NOUN) bully: A person who uses strength or influence to harm or intimidate those who are weaker:
and (VERB) to bully: Use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force them to do something.

I don't know why, but America is going down this seriously (I don't want to say feminist, so give me a better word if it offends you) feminist road. Where everybody is either being oppressed or being oppressive.
User avatar #642 - dtox (03/15/2014) [-]
Now you're just trailing off into something completely different...I'm a bit tired of this conversation.
#637 - All of the examples that you are listing are more and more evi…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/15/2014 on Applejack > Rainbow Dash 0
User avatar #639 - defeats (03/15/2014) [-]
This probably wouldn't have gotten so much attention if the boy was being bullied for a Barbie schoolbag, Pokemon, Star Wars or just a bag with brightly colored flowers.
When I was growing up the Star Wars prequel trilogy was the big thing, but it was seriously uncool to talk about Star Wars in school. I don't know why, I didn't make the rules.

One guy in my class (in Secondary school) though was a bit more obsessed than the rest, and took a Star Wars schoolbag, even went further with a lot of Star wars jumpers and t-shirts.
He ended up being bullied by some of the older boys, nothing serious, they just made fun of him and laughed at him. They called him Darth Cunt for example.

Not long after that my school brought in a dress code, a school uniform of sorts. Plain black top (jumper, hoodie, zip up fleece etc), white t-shirt/shirt and black trousers. This dress code also extended to school bags and accessories. No non-sports related slogans (thus banning TV, movie, music etc related logos).

The guy was still known as the Star Wars boy for a while, but that ended after a few weeks.


As far as disciplining the children, the school cant suspend every child of 9 years old, or every child in his class. The disruption is his schoolbag. If the school suspended 10 children, and the parents of these 10 children came to the school. It becomes "this boy is winding up our boys and causing problems in the classroom". = more problems for him.

Things like MLP, Pokemon, Star Wars have no place in school grounds anyway, and they almost always cause problems. Pokemon cards were banned from most schools in the UK because they caused kids to fight and argue.

In the 6 articles I've read about this boy, the worst insult they've disclosed is "the other kids said his favorite toy is for girls"... Are we really in such an age when telling somebody that MLP is for girls is bullying and reason for a suspension?
If they were calling him a fucking little faggot them maybe, but come on.
User avatar #640 - dtox (03/15/2014) [-]
The severity of the insults are not the concern, the primary issue is the school telling the boy not to bring the bag. I just cannot see how you can justify the decision to force someone to change something about themselves when it isn't directly affecting anyone. The only reasons it's causing bullies to pick on him is because the bullies are taking it upon themselves to react in such a way, something that should not be tolerated, and in many cases it isn't.

If the bag violated dresscode, then sure, i would agree with you. but that's just not the case.

also, I've never seen or heard of any card game or other passtime get banned at any school I've been to while growing up, and I'm also 21. We probably just do things differently here in the US compared to the UK.
User avatar #641 - defeats (03/15/2014) [-]
Well we obviously have different kinds of bullying, and it has everything to do with the severity. When I was 9/10 calling another kid a girl was funny, it was banter. Alienating them, excluding them, calling them other names was when it became bullying, fairly minor bullying, but bullying nonetheless. Alienating them by which you exclude them from things.

What most of the articles about the case are missing out, the school did try to get the other kids to see reason on the subject. "It's his bag, not yours and so it doesn't concern you." or something to that effect. They then asked the boys mother to get him another schoolbag, she refused. At this point the school had no other choice but to enforce it. And this is also the most common reason for new dress codes being imposed.
But still the girls bag caught the attention around the school, and in class. Kids like laughing at things, a boy with a girls schoolbag in the mind of a 9 year old is funny.

Kids these days, and most frequently in America are being raised on the idea that everybody must accept them. The truth is nobody has to accept you, nobody has to accept me.
If people have the right to free expression, then everybody has the right to express their own opinion. If you're allowed to walk around in the street in a thong to express yourself then I'm equally allowed to protest and say "dude, stop that". Saying to this boy that his favorite toy is a girls toy, if it is indeed a girls toy is NOT bullying, I cannot stress this enough.
The Oxford dictionaries definition of a (NOUN) bully: A person who uses strength or influence to harm or intimidate those who are weaker:
and (VERB) to bully: Use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force them to do something.

I don't know why, but America is going down this seriously (I don't want to say feminist, so give me a better word if it offends you) feminist road. Where everybody is either being oppressed or being oppressive.
User avatar #642 - dtox (03/15/2014) [-]
Now you're just trailing off into something completely different...I'm a bit tired of this conversation.
#635 - Well now that's just being a bit presumptuous I'm not…  [+] (6 new replies) 03/15/2014 on Applejack > Rainbow Dash 0
User avatar #636 - defeats (03/15/2014) [-]
Remember though that we're talking about 8-11 year olds, not 16-18 year olds.

And like I said, it's not about what the boy deserves or what should happen to him, this is what is happening because of something that, at least his mother should have expected.

Take a trans female (a boy who is a girl) for example, this is something still happening today. So Lucy(born: Nathan) for example is going to school in girls clothing because she is expressing her true gender. Should she (who physically is male) expect everybody in her school to accept her for who she is?
It would not be unreasonable to assume that most guys would make fun of Lucy, and most girls would too.
This example wouldn't happen in primary school, this is almost strictly a high school example, but it's more or less the same example. Lucy can't help but be this way, wearing girls clothing is how she feels normal, because she is a girl. In a perfect world everybody would accept Lucy because the position that she's in isn't a choice. But this isn't a perfect world.

Just like being a homosexual isn't a choice, but for whatever reason the most advanced countries in the world just cannot come to complete acceptance. Homosexuality doesn't accept me in the slightest, it doesn't affect my old boss in any way what so ever but he still had a serious problem with it.

The school cant make the other kids in that school accept this boy, that's not how it works. They should stop the bullying, and they were making an effort to stop it. But the fact of the matter is, the reason the boy was being bullied was the girls schoolbag, then he really should stop taking it to school.

If I had a son who wanted to take a MLP schoolbag to school I wouldn't let him. I'm not against MLP, but I've seen how ugly human nature can be, in both children and adults that it would be in his best interest to take a boys schoolbag to school. At home he could go wild with MLP shit, I'd even watch the show with him if he asked me.
User avatar #637 - dtox (03/15/2014) [-]
All of the examples that you are listing are more and more evidence as to why the school should step in and correct the bullies rather than tell the boy not to bring the bag.

And, as you say, we're talking about 8-11 year olds. These children are impressionable, moldable, they aren't dead set in their irrational, cruel ways, they're just acting like jerky kids, which can be corrected easily through simple intervention. this is not just the school going "ok you were bad, time for timeout," but rather it's the school addressing the issue directly, suspending the kids, getting involved with the parents to be more proactive with their children.

course, the issue can very well be stemming from the parents themselves, it often is. There's still no good reason as to why the school should take the bully's side.

By telling the boy not to bring the bag, you're basically telling the bullies that they can get their way, that if they cause enough fear and torment they can basically make things the way they want, and that's just wrong.
User avatar #639 - defeats (03/15/2014) [-]
This probably wouldn't have gotten so much attention if the boy was being bullied for a Barbie schoolbag, Pokemon, Star Wars or just a bag with brightly colored flowers.
When I was growing up the Star Wars prequel trilogy was the big thing, but it was seriously uncool to talk about Star Wars in school. I don't know why, I didn't make the rules.

One guy in my class (in Secondary school) though was a bit more obsessed than the rest, and took a Star Wars schoolbag, even went further with a lot of Star wars jumpers and t-shirts.
He ended up being bullied by some of the older boys, nothing serious, they just made fun of him and laughed at him. They called him Darth Cunt for example.

Not long after that my school brought in a dress code, a school uniform of sorts. Plain black top (jumper, hoodie, zip up fleece etc), white t-shirt/shirt and black trousers. This dress code also extended to school bags and accessories. No non-sports related slogans (thus banning TV, movie, music etc related logos).

The guy was still known as the Star Wars boy for a while, but that ended after a few weeks.


As far as disciplining the children, the school cant suspend every child of 9 years old, or every child in his class. The disruption is his schoolbag. If the school suspended 10 children, and the parents of these 10 children came to the school. It becomes "this boy is winding up our boys and causing problems in the classroom". = more problems for him.

Things like MLP, Pokemon, Star Wars have no place in school grounds anyway, and they almost always cause problems. Pokemon cards were banned from most schools in the UK because they caused kids to fight and argue.

In the 6 articles I've read about this boy, the worst insult they've disclosed is "the other kids said his favorite toy is for girls"... Are we really in such an age when telling somebody that MLP is for girls is bullying and reason for a suspension?
If they were calling him a fucking little faggot them maybe, but come on.
User avatar #640 - dtox (03/15/2014) [-]
The severity of the insults are not the concern, the primary issue is the school telling the boy not to bring the bag. I just cannot see how you can justify the decision to force someone to change something about themselves when it isn't directly affecting anyone. The only reasons it's causing bullies to pick on him is because the bullies are taking it upon themselves to react in such a way, something that should not be tolerated, and in many cases it isn't.

If the bag violated dresscode, then sure, i would agree with you. but that's just not the case.

also, I've never seen or heard of any card game or other passtime get banned at any school I've been to while growing up, and I'm also 21. We probably just do things differently here in the US compared to the UK.
User avatar #641 - defeats (03/15/2014) [-]
Well we obviously have different kinds of bullying, and it has everything to do with the severity. When I was 9/10 calling another kid a girl was funny, it was banter. Alienating them, excluding them, calling them other names was when it became bullying, fairly minor bullying, but bullying nonetheless. Alienating them by which you exclude them from things.

What most of the articles about the case are missing out, the school did try to get the other kids to see reason on the subject. "It's his bag, not yours and so it doesn't concern you." or something to that effect. They then asked the boys mother to get him another schoolbag, she refused. At this point the school had no other choice but to enforce it. And this is also the most common reason for new dress codes being imposed.
But still the girls bag caught the attention around the school, and in class. Kids like laughing at things, a boy with a girls schoolbag in the mind of a 9 year old is funny.

Kids these days, and most frequently in America are being raised on the idea that everybody must accept them. The truth is nobody has to accept you, nobody has to accept me.
If people have the right to free expression, then everybody has the right to express their own opinion. If you're allowed to walk around in the street in a thong to express yourself then I'm equally allowed to protest and say "dude, stop that". Saying to this boy that his favorite toy is a girls toy, if it is indeed a girls toy is NOT bullying, I cannot stress this enough.
The Oxford dictionaries definition of a (NOUN) bully: A person who uses strength or influence to harm or intimidate those who are weaker:
and (VERB) to bully: Use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force them to do something.

I don't know why, but America is going down this seriously (I don't want to say feminist, so give me a better word if it offends you) feminist road. Where everybody is either being oppressed or being oppressive.
User avatar #642 - dtox (03/15/2014) [-]
Now you're just trailing off into something completely different...I'm a bit tired of this conversation.
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User avatar #633 - defeats (03/15/2014) [-]
I've surpassed the word limit but I'm not done. And make sure you read it all, because I don't think you fully read my first comment either.

Do you really think that the school and the other kids parents should be telling the children that they should accept this boy, even though he wears girls accessories and plays with girls toys?

Answer carefully, because America is still having a hard time accepting homosexuality. Adults are unable to accept homosexuality, how can you expect children to understand a boy that likes girls things?

When I was in primary school we had a boy in my class that liked to smell people. He'd walk up behind you and smell your hair or the back of your neck. He liked smelling the girls the most, but nobody liked him smelling them. He got punched in the face a few times, do you want to know what his parents did?
They didn't complain to the school board, or to the BBC or any other press. They didn't complain to the PTA. They sent their son to therapy to stop him sniffing other children because it would trigger negative reactions in primary school, secondary school and in adult life.

This is an extreme comparison, but it helps you understand triggers, because I'm not sure you do. Triggers are not about what you deserve. You can go out at night to a club or bar and stare at the wrong guy for too long. If he catches you staring at him then it is most likely going to trigger an aggressive reaction.
Do you deserve this aggression? No, you were simply looking at somebody.
Should you expect somebody to react badly to being stared at? Yes.
User avatar #634 - dtox (03/15/2014) [-]
I did read your whole comment, I'm preparing my response right now.
User avatar #632 - defeats (03/15/2014) [-]
It's human nature to be innately cruel to people who are different, have you never read a history book? That doesn't make it right, but that is human nature.

I'm going to assume that you're a brony, just because of your whole "freedom of expression" thing. You're trying to use this boy to justify your liking of the show. That's great for you, because you're not in a position where you'll be bullied for it.

Now this boy is in a school where nearly every other kid in his year is laughing at him, calling him names etc. I'm sure that the older kids are making fun of him too. Now the extent of the bullying is name calling, there has been no physical violence.

The school cannot punish every 9/10/11 year old child in the school, they just cant. Doing something that you know will trigger a negative reaction from children, and then complaining that it happens is ridiculous. This boy's mother should have 150% expected what would happen and yet she let her son go through with it.

His mother who grew up in a time where homosexual boys would have been beaten to death by their peers if they were found out. Extreme violence toward people who are different even happened when I was still at school. When I was 12 (I'm 21 now) a boy 3 years older than me was beaten to a pulp by about 40 guys from my school.

There was no huge media following of this case, nobody protested in the school and the boys parents didn't raise a scene. The guys parents knew why it happened, the teachers knew why it happened. This guy was starting arguments with the wrong people in school. Starting arguments with people doesn't mean he deserved to be beaten up, should it? Verbal arguments are a significant step down from the beating that he took. But he should have expected it, that doesn't mean he deserved it.

Well wearing a girls item of clothing to school as a boy is an obvious trigger. You'd have to be stupid not to realize that the other children wouldn't make fun of him for it.
User avatar #635 - dtox (03/15/2014) [-]
Well now that's just being a bit presumptuous

I'm not justifying jack shit, I think it's bullshit for someone to be picked on for ANYTHING that they might enjoy or express about themselves. At my school, we don't tolerate that shit, and anyone who does is a part of the problem. if someone wants to come to school dressed head to toe in something completely flamboyant, I say why the hell not. so long as it's not against dress code or is somehow violating someone else's rights, it should be perfectly fine.

And schools CAN punish those children, as they should, their refusal not to is negligence on their end. The parents of those children should also be held responsible.

Now for your other points...

1. That smelling example is completely unrelated. That's invasion of personal space, something he could get in trouble for on his own half, whether or not someone decided to hit him for it.

2. I don't agree with your trigger example, although I do understand what you're trying to say. however, based on that logic, almost any behavior can be excused if we were to ignore an incident because someone was "triggered." in most instances, if that person acted with aggression, he'd be put in jail, which is meant to CORRECT someone.

If I walk into a bad, gang filled neighborhood, I should expect to run into trouble, but I should also expect the authorities to do something about it as well.

lastly, yes, those children should be told and taught to accept that boy and his choices, because they aren't affecting them in anyway. they should also be taught that they very well can do the exact same thing, because there are plenty of other children who wish to be free with their choices as well, but are afraid to do so because of social backlash.
User avatar #636 - defeats (03/15/2014) [-]
Remember though that we're talking about 8-11 year olds, not 16-18 year olds.

And like I said, it's not about what the boy deserves or what should happen to him, this is what is happening because of something that, at least his mother should have expected.

Take a trans female (a boy who is a girl) for example, this is something still happening today. So Lucy(born: Nathan) for example is going to school in girls clothing because she is expressing her true gender. Should she (who physically is male) expect everybody in her school to accept her for who she is?
It would not be unreasonable to assume that most guys would make fun of Lucy, and most girls would too.
This example wouldn't happen in primary school, this is almost strictly a high school example, but it's more or less the same example. Lucy can't help but be this way, wearing girls clothing is how she feels normal, because she is a girl. In a perfect world everybody would accept Lucy because the position that she's in isn't a choice. But this isn't a perfect world.

Just like being a homosexual isn't a choice, but for whatever reason the most advanced countries in the world just cannot come to complete acceptance. Homosexuality doesn't accept me in the slightest, it doesn't affect my old boss in any way what so ever but he still had a serious problem with it.

The school cant make the other kids in that school accept this boy, that's not how it works. They should stop the bullying, and they were making an effort to stop it. But the fact of the matter is, the reason the boy was being bullied was the girls schoolbag, then he really should stop taking it to school.

If I had a son who wanted to take a MLP schoolbag to school I wouldn't let him. I'm not against MLP, but I've seen how ugly human nature can be, in both children and adults that it would be in his best interest to take a boys schoolbag to school. At home he could go wild with MLP shit, I'd even watch the show with him if he asked me.
User avatar #637 - dtox (03/15/2014) [-]
All of the examples that you are listing are more and more evidence as to why the school should step in and correct the bullies rather than tell the boy not to bring the bag.

And, as you say, we're talking about 8-11 year olds. These children are impressionable, moldable, they aren't dead set in their irrational, cruel ways, they're just acting like jerky kids, which can be corrected easily through simple intervention. this is not just the school going "ok you were bad, time for timeout," but rather it's the school addressing the issue directly, suspending the kids, getting involved with the parents to be more proactive with their children.

course, the issue can very well be stemming from the parents themselves, it often is. There's still no good reason as to why the school should take the bully's side.

By telling the boy not to bring the bag, you're basically telling the bullies that they can get their way, that if they cause enough fear and torment they can basically make things the way they want, and that's just wrong.
User avatar #639 - defeats (03/15/2014) [-]
This probably wouldn't have gotten so much attention if the boy was being bullied for a Barbie schoolbag, Pokemon, Star Wars or just a bag with brightly colored flowers.
When I was growing up the Star Wars prequel trilogy was the big thing, but it was seriously uncool to talk about Star Wars in school. I don't know why, I didn't make the rules.

One guy in my class (in Secondary school) though was a bit more obsessed than the rest, and took a Star Wars schoolbag, even went further with a lot of Star wars jumpers and t-shirts.
He ended up being bullied by some of the older boys, nothing serious, they just made fun of him and laughed at him. They called him Darth Cunt for example.

Not long after that my school brought in a dress code, a school uniform of sorts. Plain black top (jumper, hoodie, zip up fleece etc), white t-shirt/shirt and black trousers. This dress code also extended to school bags and accessories. No non-sports related slogans (thus banning TV, movie, music etc related logos).

The guy was still known as the Star Wars boy for a while, but that ended after a few weeks.


As far as disciplining the children, the school cant suspend every child of 9 years old, or every child in his class. The disruption is his schoolbag. If the school suspended 10 children, and the parents of these 10 children came to the school. It becomes "this boy is winding up our boys and causing problems in the classroom". = more problems for him.

Things like MLP, Pokemon, Star Wars have no place in school grounds anyway, and they almost always cause problems. Pokemon cards were banned from most schools in the UK because they caused kids to fight and argue.

In the 6 articles I've read about this boy, the worst insult they've disclosed is "the other kids said his favorite toy is for girls"... Are we really in such an age when telling somebody that MLP is for girls is bullying and reason for a suspension?
If they were calling him a fucking little faggot them maybe, but come on.
User avatar #640 - dtox (03/15/2014) [-]
The severity of the insults are not the concern, the primary issue is the school telling the boy not to bring the bag. I just cannot see how you can justify the decision to force someone to change something about themselves when it isn't directly affecting anyone. The only reasons it's causing bullies to pick on him is because the bullies are taking it upon themselves to react in such a way, something that should not be tolerated, and in many cases it isn't.

If the bag violated dresscode, then sure, i would agree with you. but that's just not the case.

also, I've never seen or heard of any card game or other passtime get banned at any school I've been to while growing up, and I'm also 21. We probably just do things differently here in the US compared to the UK.
User avatar #641 - defeats (03/15/2014) [-]
Well we obviously have different kinds of bullying, and it has everything to do with the severity. When I was 9/10 calling another kid a girl was funny, it was banter. Alienating them, excluding them, calling them other names was when it became bullying, fairly minor bullying, but bullying nonetheless. Alienating them by which you exclude them from things.

What most of the articles about the case are missing out, the school did try to get the other kids to see reason on the subject. "It's his bag, not yours and so it doesn't concern you." or something to that effect. They then asked the boys mother to get him another schoolbag, she refused. At this point the school had no other choice but to enforce it. And this is also the most common reason for new dress codes being imposed.
But still the girls bag caught the attention around the school, and in class. Kids like laughing at things, a boy with a girls schoolbag in the mind of a 9 year old is funny.

Kids these days, and most frequently in America are being raised on the idea that everybody must accept them. The truth is nobody has to accept you, nobody has to accept me.
If people have the right to free expression, then everybody has the right to express their own opinion. If you're allowed to walk around in the street in a thong to express yourself then I'm equally allowed to protest and say "dude, stop that". Saying to this boy that his favorite toy is a girls toy, if it is indeed a girls toy is NOT bullying, I cannot stress this enough.
The Oxford dictionaries definition of a (NOUN) bully: A person who uses strength or influence to harm or intimidate those who are weaker:
and (VERB) to bully: Use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force them to do something.

I don't know why, but America is going down this seriously (I don't want to say feminist, so give me a better word if it offends you) feminist road. Where everybody is either being oppressed or being oppressive.
User avatar #642 - dtox (03/15/2014) [-]
Now you're just trailing off into something completely different...I'm a bit tired of this conversation.
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User avatar #546 - defeats (03/15/2014) [-]
Explain your opinion on it then.
User avatar #617 - dtox (03/15/2014) [-]
It's not the boy's fault for bringing the backpack, it's the school's fault for condoning the actions of the children. They need to be reprimanded for thinking "this person is different, we're going to torment them for being different."

It doesn't matter if it's an MLP backpack or a dress, that sort of mentality should not be tolerated in the slightest, and it's extremely lazy on the school for thinking they can solve the problem by restricting the boy's freedom of expression.

If you say "that's just how it is," then you're not only condoning that bully mentality, but you're also painting children as being innately cruel to others who're different, when that's not at all the case.
User avatar #633 - defeats (03/15/2014) [-]
I've surpassed the word limit but I'm not done. And make sure you read it all, because I don't think you fully read my first comment either.

Do you really think that the school and the other kids parents should be telling the children that they should accept this boy, even though he wears girls accessories and plays with girls toys?

Answer carefully, because America is still having a hard time accepting homosexuality. Adults are unable to accept homosexuality, how can you expect children to understand a boy that likes girls things?

When I was in primary school we had a boy in my class that liked to smell people. He'd walk up behind you and smell your hair or the back of your neck. He liked smelling the girls the most, but nobody liked him smelling them. He got punched in the face a few times, do you want to know what his parents did?
They didn't complain to the school board, or to the BBC or any other press. They didn't complain to the PTA. They sent their son to therapy to stop him sniffing other children because it would trigger negative reactions in primary school, secondary school and in adult life.

This is an extreme comparison, but it helps you understand triggers, because I'm not sure you do. Triggers are not about what you deserve. You can go out at night to a club or bar and stare at the wrong guy for too long. If he catches you staring at him then it is most likely going to trigger an aggressive reaction.
Do you deserve this aggression? No, you were simply looking at somebody.
Should you expect somebody to react badly to being stared at? Yes.
User avatar #634 - dtox (03/15/2014) [-]
I did read your whole comment, I'm preparing my response right now.
User avatar #632 - defeats (03/15/2014) [-]
It's human nature to be innately cruel to people who are different, have you never read a history book? That doesn't make it right, but that is human nature.

I'm going to assume that you're a brony, just because of your whole "freedom of expression" thing. You're trying to use this boy to justify your liking of the show. That's great for you, because you're not in a position where you'll be bullied for it.

Now this boy is in a school where nearly every other kid in his year is laughing at him, calling him names etc. I'm sure that the older kids are making fun of him too. Now the extent of the bullying is name calling, there has been no physical violence.

The school cannot punish every 9/10/11 year old child in the school, they just cant. Doing something that you know will trigger a negative reaction from children, and then complaining that it happens is ridiculous. This boy's mother should have 150% expected what would happen and yet she let her son go through with it.

His mother who grew up in a time where homosexual boys would have been beaten to death by their peers if they were found out. Extreme violence toward people who are different even happened when I was still at school. When I was 12 (I'm 21 now) a boy 3 years older than me was beaten to a pulp by about 40 guys from my school.

There was no huge media following of this case, nobody protested in the school and the boys parents didn't raise a scene. The guys parents knew why it happened, the teachers knew why it happened. This guy was starting arguments with the wrong people in school. Starting arguments with people doesn't mean he deserved to be beaten up, should it? Verbal arguments are a significant step down from the beating that he took. But he should have expected it, that doesn't mean he deserved it.

Well wearing a girls item of clothing to school as a boy is an obvious trigger. You'd have to be stupid not to realize that the other children wouldn't make fun of him for it.
User avatar #635 - dtox (03/15/2014) [-]
Well now that's just being a bit presumptuous

I'm not justifying jack shit, I think it's bullshit for someone to be picked on for ANYTHING that they might enjoy or express about themselves. At my school, we don't tolerate that shit, and anyone who does is a part of the problem. if someone wants to come to school dressed head to toe in something completely flamboyant, I say why the hell not. so long as it's not against dress code or is somehow violating someone else's rights, it should be perfectly fine.

And schools CAN punish those children, as they should, their refusal not to is negligence on their end. The parents of those children should also be held responsible.

Now for your other points...

1. That smelling example is completely unrelated. That's invasion of personal space, something he could get in trouble for on his own half, whether or not someone decided to hit him for it.

2. I don't agree with your trigger example, although I do understand what you're trying to say. however, based on that logic, almost any behavior can be excused if we were to ignore an incident because someone was "triggered." in most instances, if that person acted with aggression, he'd be put in jail, which is meant to CORRECT someone.

If I walk into a bad, gang filled neighborhood, I should expect to run into trouble, but I should also expect the authorities to do something about it as well.

lastly, yes, those children should be told and taught to accept that boy and his choices, because they aren't affecting them in anyway. they should also be taught that they very well can do the exact same thing, because there are plenty of other children who wish to be free with their choices as well, but are afraid to do so because of social backlash.
User avatar #636 - defeats (03/15/2014) [-]
Remember though that we're talking about 8-11 year olds, not 16-18 year olds.

And like I said, it's not about what the boy deserves or what should happen to him, this is what is happening because of something that, at least his mother should have expected.

Take a trans female (a boy who is a girl) for example, this is something still happening today. So Lucy(born: Nathan) for example is going to school in girls clothing because she is expressing her true gender. Should she (who physically is male) expect everybody in her school to accept her for who she is?
It would not be unreasonable to assume that most guys would make fun of Lucy, and most girls would too.
This example wouldn't happen in primary school, this is almost strictly a high school example, but it's more or less the same example. Lucy can't help but be this way, wearing girls clothing is how she feels normal, because she is a girl. In a perfect world everybody would accept Lucy because the position that she's in isn't a choice. But this isn't a perfect world.

Just like being a homosexual isn't a choice, but for whatever reason the most advanced countries in the world just cannot come to complete acceptance. Homosexuality doesn't accept me in the slightest, it doesn't affect my old boss in any way what so ever but he still had a serious problem with it.

The school cant make the other kids in that school accept this boy, that's not how it works. They should stop the bullying, and they were making an effort to stop it. But the fact of the matter is, the reason the boy was being bullied was the girls schoolbag, then he really should stop taking it to school.

If I had a son who wanted to take a MLP schoolbag to school I wouldn't let him. I'm not against MLP, but I've seen how ugly human nature can be, in both children and adults that it would be in his best interest to take a boys schoolbag to school. At home he could go wild with MLP shit, I'd even watch the show with him if he asked me.
User avatar #637 - dtox (03/15/2014) [-]
All of the examples that you are listing are more and more evidence as to why the school should step in and correct the bullies rather than tell the boy not to bring the bag.

And, as you say, we're talking about 8-11 year olds. These children are impressionable, moldable, they aren't dead set in their irrational, cruel ways, they're just acting like jerky kids, which can be corrected easily through simple intervention. this is not just the school going "ok you were bad, time for timeout," but rather it's the school addressing the issue directly, suspending the kids, getting involved with the parents to be more proactive with their children.

course, the issue can very well be stemming from the parents themselves, it often is. There's still no good reason as to why the school should take the bully's side.

By telling the boy not to bring the bag, you're basically telling the bullies that they can get their way, that if they cause enough fear and torment they can basically make things the way they want, and that's just wrong.
User avatar #639 - defeats (03/15/2014) [-]
This probably wouldn't have gotten so much attention if the boy was being bullied for a Barbie schoolbag, Pokemon, Star Wars or just a bag with brightly colored flowers.
When I was growing up the Star Wars prequel trilogy was the big thing, but it was seriously uncool to talk about Star Wars in school. I don't know why, I didn't make the rules.

One guy in my class (in Secondary school) though was a bit more obsessed than the rest, and took a Star Wars schoolbag, even went further with a lot of Star wars jumpers and t-shirts.
He ended up being bullied by some of the older boys, nothing serious, they just made fun of him and laughed at him. They called him Darth Cunt for example.

Not long after that my school brought in a dress code, a school uniform of sorts. Plain black top (jumper, hoodie, zip up fleece etc), white t-shirt/shirt and black trousers. This dress code also extended to school bags and accessories. No non-sports related slogans (thus banning TV, movie, music etc related logos).

The guy was still known as the Star Wars boy for a while, but that ended after a few weeks.


As far as disciplining the children, the school cant suspend every child of 9 years old, or every child in his class. The disruption is his schoolbag. If the school suspended 10 children, and the parents of these 10 children came to the school. It becomes "this boy is winding up our boys and causing problems in the classroom". = more problems for him.

Things like MLP, Pokemon, Star Wars have no place in school grounds anyway, and they almost always cause problems. Pokemon cards were banned from most schools in the UK because they caused kids to fight and argue.

In the 6 articles I've read about this boy, the worst insult they've disclosed is "the other kids said his favorite toy is for girls"... Are we really in such an age when telling somebody that MLP is for girls is bullying and reason for a suspension?
If they were calling him a fucking little faggot them maybe, but come on.
User avatar #640 - dtox (03/15/2014) [-]
The severity of the insults are not the concern, the primary issue is the school telling the boy not to bring the bag. I just cannot see how you can justify the decision to force someone to change something about themselves when it isn't directly affecting anyone. The only reasons it's causing bullies to pick on him is because the bullies are taking it upon themselves to react in such a way, something that should not be tolerated, and in many cases it isn't.

If the bag violated dresscode, then sure, i would agree with you. but that's just not the case.

also, I've never seen or heard of any card game or other passtime get banned at any school I've been to while growing up, and I'm also 21. We probably just do things differently here in the US compared to the UK.
User avatar #641 - defeats (03/15/2014) [-]
Well we obviously have different kinds of bullying, and it has everything to do with the severity. When I was 9/10 calling another kid a girl was funny, it was banter. Alienating them, excluding them, calling them other names was when it became bullying, fairly minor bullying, but bullying nonetheless. Alienating them by which you exclude them from things.

What most of the articles about the case are missing out, the school did try to get the other kids to see reason on the subject. "It's his bag, not yours and so it doesn't concern you." or something to that effect. They then asked the boys mother to get him another schoolbag, she refused. At this point the school had no other choice but to enforce it. And this is also the most common reason for new dress codes being imposed.
But still the girls bag caught the attention around the school, and in class. Kids like laughing at things, a boy with a girls schoolbag in the mind of a 9 year old is funny.

Kids these days, and most frequently in America are being raised on the idea that everybody must accept them. The truth is nobody has to accept you, nobody has to accept me.
If people have the right to free expression, then everybody has the right to express their own opinion. If you're allowed to walk around in the street in a thong to express yourself then I'm equally allowed to protest and say "dude, stop that". Saying to this boy that his favorite toy is a girls toy, if it is indeed a girls toy is NOT bullying, I cannot stress this enough.
The Oxford dictionaries definition of a (NOUN) bully: A person who uses strength or influence to harm or intimidate those who are weaker:
and (VERB) to bully: Use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force them to do something.

I don't know why, but America is going down this seriously (I don't want to say feminist, so give me a better word if it offends you) feminist road. Where everybody is either being oppressed or being oppressive.
User avatar #642 - dtox (03/15/2014) [-]
Now you're just trailing off into something completely different...I'm a bit tired of this conversation.
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User avatar #583523 - supertanto (03/07/2014) [-]
show isn't terrible this season
User avatar #583516 - bouncykirby (03/07/2014) [-]
Filthy casual
#583524 - anonymous (03/07/2014) [-]
filthy wooper
User avatar #583517 - dtox (03/07/2014) [-]
yep.
#583514 - nomora (03/07/2014) [-]
The show's always gonna be a pile of shit compared to the games and the manga.
User avatar #583515 - dtox (03/07/2014) [-]
I find that I'm getting a better sense of enjoyment while playing the game since watching the anime, haven't read the manga.

Note that I'm a total sentimental/casual player when it comes to playing this game. this is my second playthrough through the game and I've yet to even touch anything that has to do with interacting with other players
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#13 - anonymous (03/06/2014) [-]
You have no idea how much I'm crying right now, that song man...
#17 - datsheriff (03/07/2014) [-]
And you can have it all,
My empire of dirt.
I will let you down,
I will make you
Hurt
#45 - wobblewub (03/07/2014) [-]
If I could Start again.
A million miles away...
I would keep myself,
I would find...

a way.
#40 - yomamafatasfuck (03/07/2014) [-]
I swear i use to listen to this song a lot. after my father died
#63 - thabeardofzeus (03/07/2014) [-]
I'm not a sensitive man, and this song makes me tear up every time.
#33 - anonymous (03/07/2014) [-]
ALL YOU DICKS ARE MAKING ME CRY
User avatar #34 - datsheriff (03/07/2014) [-]
We can cry together, amigo.
User avatar #109 - catchamp (03/07/2014) [-]
let us all cry at this depressing song
User avatar #112 - datsheriff (03/07/2014) [-]
Waterworks, ho!

depressing songs thread?
User avatar #113 - catchamp (03/07/2014) [-]
please no my eyes cant take it
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#105 - goblingang (03/07/2014) [-]
y u do dis
User avatar #69 - anonshenanigans (03/07/2014) [-]
Everyone I know-
User avatar #70 - adplum (03/07/2014) [-]
goes away
User avatar #71 - anonshenanigans (03/07/2014) [-]
In the end--
User avatar #92 - awesumjjman (03/07/2014) [-]
POW POW POW POW

YOU could HAVE it all



what does funnyjunk prefer, Nine Inch Nails or Johnny Cash?
#115 - anonymous (03/07/2014) [-]
I love this song in Trent's voice... but Jonhy man. When sung by him, it just means a lot more to me.
User avatar #67 - hentaisweetie (03/07/2014) [-]
I always thought they were saying "Swedish friend".
#10 - anonymous (03/06/2014) [-]
That song... everytime.


Yes I know Trent was the first one, but I like this one better <-- opinion.
User avatar #11 - dtox (03/06/2014) [-]
Agreed, I prefer Cash's version over the one by Nine inch nails, although I like them both.
#13 - anonymous (03/06/2014) [-]
You have no idea how much I'm crying right now, that song man...
#17 - datsheriff (03/07/2014) [-]
And you can have it all,
My empire of dirt.
I will let you down,
I will make you
Hurt
#45 - wobblewub (03/07/2014) [-]
If I could Start again.
A million miles away...
I would keep myself,
I would find...

a way.
#40 - yomamafatasfuck (03/07/2014) [-]
I swear i use to listen to this song a lot. after my father died
#63 - thabeardofzeus (03/07/2014) [-]
I'm not a sensitive man, and this song makes me tear up every time.
#33 - anonymous (03/07/2014) [-]
ALL YOU DICKS ARE MAKING ME CRY
User avatar #34 - datsheriff (03/07/2014) [-]
We can cry together, amigo.
User avatar #109 - catchamp (03/07/2014) [-]
let us all cry at this depressing song
User avatar #112 - datsheriff (03/07/2014) [-]
Waterworks, ho!

depressing songs thread?
User avatar #113 - catchamp (03/07/2014) [-]
please no my eyes cant take it
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User avatar #321 - revengeforfreeze (04/03/2014) [-]
you've had that profile picture for a long ass time
User avatar #322 to #321 - dtox (04/04/2014) [-]
what can I say? Jon Irenicus is the **** .
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User avatar #302 to #301 - dtox (03/20/2013) [-]
Yep, except I personally played the game for several hundred more hours after beating it the first time, seeing how hard NG+ was and what character builds were effective, and then making a PVP-centered character.
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User avatar #304 to #303 - dtox (03/20/2013) [-]
I got to 120 and camped out in the oolacile township for pvp, which got me a crap ton of action, not sure if it's still the same today though.

I never really experimented with the covenants. I only ever went into the warriors of sunlight covenant, and that was only for my cleric build.

a popular covenant for pvp are the darkwraith covenant, since they can do infinite invasions.
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User avatar #306 to #305 - dtox (03/20/2013) [-]
yeah, oolacile is pretty significant, I recommend doing that portion of the game. If you're playing the PC version of dark souls, I believe you got the DLC for free.

never played demon's souls.
User avatar #296 - zaggystirdust (01/04/2013) [-]
hello
User avatar #297 to #296 - dtox (01/04/2013) [-]
What's up?
User avatar #298 to #297 - zaggystirdust (01/04/2013) [-]
nothing much, just listening to some music
you?
User avatar #299 to #298 - dtox (01/04/2013) [-]
I'm alright, watching some star trek.
#259 - darkjustifier (12/24/2012) [-]
Merry Christmas dtox!!!
Merry Christmas dtox!!!
#260 to #259 - davidavidson (12/26/2012) [-]
oh boi... here we go
#261 to #260 - darkjustifier (12/26/2012) [-]
Yo mate I don't care if you mess with me but this is my friend don't screw with him.
#263 to #262 - darkjustifier (12/26/2012) [-]
Little creepy to ask me to masturbate, and really dtox is this true?
User avatar #264 to #263 - dtox (12/26/2012) [-]
First off, merry christmas to you too, I was busy earlier today so I couldn't respond.

Second, what? is there something up between you and davidavidson?
#292 to #264 - darkjustifier (12/26/2012) [-]
You've never mentioned anything pony related unless it had to do with what I was talking about, and I never asked because I didn't want to seem like I was pushing you to like it.
User avatar #294 to #292 - dtox (12/26/2012) [-]
Welp, sorry about that. I assumed that you knew this whole time.

Does finding this out clear anything up?
#295 to #294 - darkjustifier (12/26/2012) [-]
I already saw you as a nice guy, this just added the pluses that you're an artist and a brony to the list making you an awesome person in general.
User avatar #266 to #264 - darkjustifier (12/26/2012) [-]
Well yeah he trolls me daily, I don't really care that he does but I really didn't want him messing with my friends.
User avatar #267 to #266 - dtox (12/26/2012) [-]
You don't need to worry about anyone "messing" with me, I'm fine on my own lol.
#269 to #267 - darkjustifier (12/26/2012) [-]
If you're sure, just be careful he was one of the ones who helped t_soper troll me when they were spamming my name everywhere.
User avatar #271 to #269 - dtox (12/26/2012) [-]
You kindof made yourself a target, in all honesty. People who standout often gain the animosity of others.
User avatar #293 to #271 - darkjustifier (12/26/2012) [-]
Also that Applebloom is amazing.
User avatar #280 to #271 - davidavidson (12/26/2012) [-]
Fair statement

That's why you are the only brony I can get along with :)


User avatar #284 to #280 - dtox (12/26/2012) [-]
Thanks.
#272 to #271 - darkjustifier (12/26/2012) [-]
Well I didn't make myself standout on purpose I just decided one day ponies were my main emote and it went from there.
User avatar #274 to #272 - dtox (12/26/2012) [-]
I'm sure your intention wasn't to just garner negative attention, but it was certainly a plausible outcome.
#276 to #274 - darkjustifier (12/26/2012) [-]
I didn't know about their animosity to ponies on this site, I didn't see a single one for the half a year I was here, then I watched the show fell in love and I already told you the other part.
User avatar #278 to #276 - dtox (12/26/2012) [-]
Yes, I understand.
User avatar #279 to #278 - darkjustifier (12/26/2012) [-]
So do you know what happened? with the bronies and stuff all I know is one day they were shoved into their boards and their channel and never posted outside them on penalty of a red thumb ban?
User avatar #283 to #279 - dtox (12/26/2012) [-]
funnyjunk was hit with a wave of MLP traffic, including posts that would make the front page daily. as well, people wanted a place where they could talk about MLP, and this was before any of the boards existed.

Ponytime channel was made, and a.d.m.i.n created the very first board, the pony thread, which didn't even have a direct link in the site's interface.

The fact that people were enjoying ponies unironically was a factor in the anger towards fans. But, of course, the times when fans would spam didn't help the situation either.

It was just a *********** of back and forth conflict, some haters wouldn't leave the bronies alone, and some bronies wouldn't shut up about their hobby (it was an often thing where some bronies would spam ponies to troll, much like spiderman threads, except pony spam would get an immediate angry response).

lastly, pony posts would frequently hit the front page, and even when they wouldn't, a couple of pages would be SATURATED by ponytime channel. back then, ponytime reached a peak of several hundred posts daily. And, since ponies are pretty much regarded as being on the same level as things like politics and religion, there were frequent ********** .
#285 to #283 - darkjustifier (12/26/2012) [-]
And then the red thumbs got so high that bronies were finally pushed into the boards by them by fear of banning.
User avatar #286 to #285 - dtox (12/26/2012) [-]
Don't think of it like that, many fans were desiring a place where they could freely chat and go back and forth with their fandom, especially since ponytime has long since slowed down (it still gets a consistent 20+ posts a day, which is far more than what could be said for other fandom based channels on FJ).

people get tired of things when they see it so often, which is why even doctor who and anime related things get some hate from people.

MLP still gets hatred due to bias and ignorance, but a decent portion is also due to it being something popular.
#287 to #286 - darkjustifier (12/26/2012) [-]
Actually I rarely see the fandom as active as it is now, not on fj but everywhere, you should see some of the amazing art that has been made recently.
#291 to #287 - dtox (12/26/2012) [-]
The thread ended.

How could you NOT tell I was a brony!? I've been engrossed with the fandom for well over a year and a half.

Have I not shared with you some of my artwork?
#288 to #287 - dtox (12/26/2012) [-]
Oh, trust me, I know ALL about that.
Oh, trust me, I know ALL about that.
#289 to #288 - darkjustifier (12/26/2012) [-]
I didn't know you were a brony, I can usually detect t from a mile away.
User avatar #265 to #264 - davidavidson (12/26/2012) [-]
He called me "his troll" when I was le dr. lens, if that means anything.

I think the guy is ok tho.
User avatar #268 to #265 - dtox (12/26/2012) [-]
what, do you relentlessly pester him or something?
User avatar #270 to #268 - davidavidson (12/26/2012) [-]
No, I just let him know posting mlp reactions all the time isn't very necessary.
User avatar #273 to #270 - dtox (12/26/2012) [-]
and you do this often?
User avatar #275 to #273 - davidavidson (12/26/2012) [-]
once a week it seems
User avatar #277 to #275 - dtox (12/26/2012) [-]
That doesn't sound too bad, you guys made it seem like it was every moment possible.
User avatar #281 to #277 - davidavidson (12/26/2012) [-]
Lots of people despise Darkjustifier because of his mlp turrets posting.

I'm guessing I'm about to get one right now
User avatar #282 to #281 - dtox (12/26/2012) [-]
most people seemed to have stopped caring, honestly.
User avatar #290 to #282 - darkjustifier (12/26/2012) [-]
turrets posting?
#255 - roliga (12/18/2012) [-]
huehuehue
User avatar #256 to #255 - dtox (12/18/2012) [-]
That's a caption I made a LOOOOONG time ago...

Are you lolspoon or something?
User avatar #257 to #256 - roliga (12/18/2012) [-]
Yeah Lolspoon got banned a while back when magical fairy princess went ban crazy and I just now realized I have the account back. I went though the "What people are saying about Lolspoon" section of my profile too. Never knew I gained so much popularity for pretending to hate bronies.
User avatar #258 to #257 - dtox (12/18/2012) [-]
hehe, I remember making that caption for a reply to one of your comments, which made me think "there's somethin about this guy, but I don't know exactly what," but I never posted the image, or a reply.

Then one day you just straight up said "I like ponies," and I was all like "CALLED IT!"

And yeah, I'm not sure if I just have a good memory, but you were infamous, at least to me. I always saw your name with some sort of belligerent comment. Never would have connected roliga with lolspoon, though.
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#252 to #251 - dtox (12/16/2012) [-]
Stuff like this.
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User avatar #254 to #253 - dtox (12/16/2012) [-]
Thanks lol.
User avatar #248 - malizlewaa (12/14/2012) [-]
Nice drawings man. Very epic
User avatar #249 to #248 - dtox (12/14/2012) [-]
Hey thanks a lot.

I like your artwork as well, especially pictures like that broly of yours.
User avatar #250 to #249 - malizlewaa (12/14/2012) [-]
Thanks :)

Doesnt compare to your stuff though
#238 - thechosentroll (12/13/2012) [-]
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I can't believe I've sunk this low. Whos' dick do I have to suck to get into the friendly board? I need a place to go when the regular one's on the rag.
#239 to #238 - dtox (12/13/2012) [-]
Uh, just send phantoma a friend request. Not difficult (unless you were blocked for whatever reason).

And I like friendly, ya slack jawed faggot.
#240 to #239 - thechosentroll (12/13/2012) [-]
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My anatomy and sexual orientation aside, do you honestly think I didn't try that? I sent him a request weeks ago. He's neither accepted nor declined it. I tried bargaining with him, but phantoma didn't even bother replying to me.
User avatar #242 to #240 - dtox (12/13/2012) [-]
I'm inquiring about it on the board itself, maybe someone (a moderator or whatever) will help.
User avatar #243 to #242 - thechosentroll (12/13/2012) [-]
Tell them I'll try not to crack suicide jokes this time.
User avatar #244 to #243 - dtox (12/13/2012) [-]
What, you were on the board before?
User avatar #245 to #244 - thechosentroll (12/13/2012) [-]
Yeah, the first week after it was created. I tried convincing them that there's no reason for the boards to remain divided. Then I commented a bit and they kicked me out. There wasn't even a particular reason. They just generally disliked me.
User avatar #246 to #245 - dtox (12/13/2012) [-]
welp, we'll see what happens.
User avatar #247 to #246 - thechosentroll (12/13/2012) [-]
He accepted my request.
User avatar #241 to #240 - dtox (12/13/2012) [-]
Hm, I don't really speak with phantoma, like ever, but I could send a message and see if he'll respond in some way.

And yes I had assumed you didn't (or were having some sort of trouble).
User avatar #225 - malizlewaa (12/11/2012) [-]
Heya
User avatar #227 to #225 - dtox (12/11/2012) [-]
Hey, what's up?
User avatar #228 to #227 - malizlewaa (12/11/2012) [-]
not much, yourself?
User avatar #229 to #228 - dtox (12/11/2012) [-]
I'm doing alright, working on a drawing right now.
User avatar #230 to #229 - malizlewaa (12/11/2012) [-]
Sweet, love your stuff
User avatar #231 to #230 - dtox (12/11/2012) [-]
Thanks.

This picture I've been working on has been taking too long lol, but it's nearing completion.
User avatar #232 to #231 - malizlewaa (12/11/2012) [-]
Ah, true.
User avatar #224 - princebroken (12/08/2012) [-]
sounds like fun.
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User avatar #213 to #212 - dtox (11/13/2012) [-]
Hai there.

Just to make sure, you're the guy who posts the image macros with aku, right?

I've been meaning to friend you for a while lol.
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User avatar #215 to #214 - dtox (11/13/2012) [-]
I just mean I recognize you from how you often post aku reaction images, and that you frequent the MLP board. So I decided to add you.

Unless I'm thinking of some other user who has Aku as their avatar...
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User avatar #217 to #216 - dtox (11/13/2012) [-]
Ah, good.

I always enjoy it when users choose some sort of mascot to represent themselves with (not something to spam of course, but it adds a bit of flavor to various conversations). I've been thinking of using Jon Irenicus (my avatar) for myself.
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User avatar #219 to #218 - dtox (11/13/2012) [-]
Of course, though I'll be making my own, since the game he's in is utterly devoid of anything expressive, just nothing but 2d models.
#196 - teenspirit ONLINE (10/06/2012) [-]
So I heard and saw that you draw really amazing stuff
User avatar #197 to #196 - dtox (10/06/2012) [-]
Well, I'd like to think my artwork is a little decent lol.

You need to login to view this link here's my gallery, if you'd like to check it out.
User avatar #198 to #197 - teenspirit ONLINE (10/06/2012) [-]
Already did. Im a friend of ragingbrony if you wanted to know why im here.
User avatar #199 to #198 - dtox (10/06/2012) [-]
Right, I saw the convo lol.

Thanks btw, for saying my artwork is "amazing," I appreciate the compliment.
User avatar #201 to #199 - teenspirit ONLINE (10/06/2012) [-]
Would you take a request from a random person though?
User avatar #202 to #201 - dtox (10/06/2012) [-]
I might, I haven't been in the drawing mood recently, though.

What's your request?
User avatar #203 to #202 - teenspirit ONLINE (10/06/2012) [-]
I've always had this idea (but could never draw it) for like, a humanized Vinyl, at her turntables, looking up and to the left at the viewer, with a glowstick between her teeth.
User avatar #204 to #203 - dtox (10/06/2012) [-]
hm, I'll think about it, but I can't make any promises. I WAS working on something in terms of drawing, but that came to a sudden stop as I've felt no desire to do anything else (borderlands 2 has also taken up a bit of my time lol).

but let me get this straight, it's vinyl, with her turn table facing the audience, and the "camera" is looking at her from her left, and she's looking at it? like with her eyes? or is her head turned towards it?

and when you say humanized, do you mean -full- human?
#207 to #204 - teenspirit ONLINE (10/06/2012) [-]
A view exactly like this
User avatar #208 to #207 - dtox (10/06/2012) [-]
Ah, an excellent reference.

again, no promises, but having a reference like that helps get the gears going lol.
User avatar #209 to #208 - teenspirit ONLINE (10/06/2012) [-]
No rush. Im trying to learn how to draw using a tablet anyway.
User avatar #205 to #204 - teenspirit ONLINE (10/06/2012) [-]
Kinda like an over the shoulder camera, but rotated so you see her from the side. And she has her head turned facing it. Full human, and, no rush.
User avatar #206 to #205 - teenspirit ONLINE (10/06/2012) [-]
And slightly aerial. I'll try to find an image with a similar view to what I was thinking
User avatar #200 to #199 - teenspirit ONLINE (10/06/2012) [-]
No problem
User avatar #194 - thepsycho (09/22/2012) [-]
Hey man, me and Polishtroll are up for a 3-man FFA, you in?
User avatar #195 to #194 - dtox (09/22/2012) [-]
sure.

if you guys are up for it, we can even do some 3v3s
User avatar #188 - princebroken (09/16/2012) [-]
hello
User avatar #189 to #188 - dtox (09/16/2012) [-]
howdy.
User avatar #190 to #189 - princebroken (09/16/2012) [-]
how are you?
User avatar #191 to #190 - dtox (09/16/2012) [-]
I'm good.
User avatar #171 - malizlewaa (09/13/2012) [-]
being harassed, insulted and humiliated on a personal level by thread users who are no doubt friends with the mods, so of course when I retaliate, I get kicked and banned from there because I attacked the mods friends. not only that, i continually get called out and insulted in and out of thread everytime I come here, and the mods couldnt give less of a **** . Ive been flagbanned once by a friend of a mod, to which nothing was done about it, yet when I try to have an intelligent conversation with a whiny teenage girl, no doubt I get kicked and banned from their again.
User avatar #172 to #171 - dtox (09/13/2012) [-]
I honestly don't know what to say, since I'm not exactly acquainted with everything involved, and I'd basically be just taking your word for it.

Just some thing I want to know, why are they targeting you? have you always made it a habit of stating an opinion on controversial subjects?
User avatar #210 to #172 - newant (11/03/2012) [-]
In my defense, he insulted my deceased father, my soon to be daughter, questioned my soon to be fatherly aspect, and said I am a bad friend.

The catalyst of the mass discontinuation of friendship with Mali was because Mali and a girl got into a fight, and they share friends.
Since the cause of the fight was because of Mali's abrasive, unnecessary attitude to her, we assumed that he was not caring for his friends.
He began to victimize himself to The Friendly Board, making people hate this girl before she had a chance to speak about it. This aggravated his previous friends (Most of the people we know as the mods of Friendly).

I know I overreacted, and it was absolutely unnecessary for me to write such a rude message over skype.
From time to time, I look back at his last comments.
I still care for the guy, I was just out of my mind.
I found his DA which he visits daily. It'll be the last time i'm going to track him down to talk.
I just want to apologize.
User avatar #211 to #210 - dtox (11/03/2012) [-]
I'm not sure why you're bringing this up now, when the whole thing was over and done with nearly 2 months ago.

If you're worried about any sort of preconceptions I may have had about you, don't worry about it, I didn't know enough about anyone involved in that little debacle to form any sort of opinion on anyone's character, it wasn't my place to judge or to take sides.

But the fact that you want to make amends for any sort of wrong doing you feel you may have done is commendable, and I hope things work out between you and mali.

Just remember, not everything's your fault. Mali didn't exactly handle things maturely either, so don't be too harsh on yourself.
User avatar #173 to #172 - malizlewaa (09/13/2012) [-]
Coz one person had a bitch at me, then all their friends decided to hate me too

only natural for sheep to follow their leader
User avatar #174 to #173 - dtox (09/13/2012) [-]
Alright, then the next time they, or anyone, gives you **** , I want you to link me to it.

I wont outright say something, I just want to get a look at the situation, such as what was said to start it, how people react, etc.
User avatar #175 to #174 - malizlewaa (09/13/2012) [-]
Ive been banned again

yay...
User avatar #176 to #175 - dtox (09/13/2012) [-]
wow, what for this time?
User avatar #179 to #177 - dtox (09/13/2012) [-]
Not THEM, HIM, what was that all about?
User avatar #178 to #177 - dtox (09/13/2012) [-]
1. That's real ****** of them to ban you for THAT, because it didn't actually take place in the friendly board.

2. why would you say that about them? were you joking? or what?
User avatar #180 to #178 - malizlewaa (09/13/2012) [-]
He said some pretty hurtful stuff on skype, but of course I didnt take it up with thread

he takes **** to thread, and he gets support for it

fun times
User avatar #181 to #180 - dtox (09/13/2012) [-]
I don't agree with his behavior at all, he's acting very immature.

But I hope you realize that that was a pretty big dick move of you to say that about him, so neither of you are innocent in this.

You still shouldn't have been banned for something -outside- the thread.
User avatar #182 to #181 - malizlewaa (09/13/2012) [-]
[9/7/2012 8:45:47 AM] Newy: Hey there
[9/7/2012 8:46:29 AM] Newy: Just a little notification
[9/7/2012 8:46:32 AM] Newy: You ******* suck
[9/7/2012 8:46:57 AM] Newy: I realize why people hate you
[9/7/2012 8:47:20 AM] Newy: you look back at your mistakes and call them obsolete
[9/7/2012 8:47:28 AM] Newy: because they're the past
[9/7/2012 8:47:54 AM] Newy: yet you lash the people who have done anything even remotely uncomfortable to you
[9/7/2012 8:47:57 AM | Edited 8:48:03 AM] Newy: like inglip
[9/7/2012 8:48:22 AM] Newy: he's a great guy, but that doesn't stop him from making mistakes
[9/7/2012 8:48:54 AM] Newy: Then you start to shun him for that one mistake
[9/7/2012 8:49:14 AM] Newy: and make the guilt look more serious that it should
[9/7/2012 8:49:29 AM] Newy: You harass people to
[9/7/2012 8:49:39 AM] Newy: You deserve it
[9/7/2012 8:49:54 AM] Newy: Treat others the way you want to be treated
[9/7/2012 8:50:07 AM] Newy: You have no respect for anyone who wants to be your friends.
[9/7/2012 8:50:41 AM] Newy: Your so called "Friends" now are only sticking to you because you can draw ****
[9/7/2012 8:51:31 AM] Newy: It's not like you're inept at drawing
[9/7/2012 8:51:42 AM] Newy: You have one thing people are interested in.
[9/7/2012 8:52:15 AM] Newy: Stop thinking that it's your personality. No one gives a rat's ass about how you feel
[9/7/2012 8:53:06 AM] Newy: To wrap things up, I might as well restate why I hate you and why I never want you to come back my way every again.
[9/7/2012 8:53:35 AM] Newy: You're a selfish, lazy, condesending ****
[9/7/2012 8:54:10 AM] Newy: who has no care in the world for other people's problems and sucesses unless it's your friends.
User avatar #183 to #182 - malizlewaa (09/13/2012) [-]
[9/7/2012 8:54:51 AM] Newy: Even then, you put yourself above everyone, and believe that you are everyone's top priority.
[9/7/2012 8:55:08 AM] Newy: I hope those fears of yours come true.
[9/7/2012 8:56:10 AM] Newy: I want to see you become homeless, and ultimately realize that you aren't our king.
[9/7/2012 8:56:47 AM] Newy: No one has you on a mental scheduele.
[9/7/2012 8:57:02 AM] Newy: Trash your computer
[9/7/2012 8:57:11 AM] Newy: Sit down on your bed
[9/7/2012 8:57:30 AM] Newy: And re-evaluate your life, you worthless sack of ass.
User avatar #185 to #183 - dtox (09/13/2012) [-]
Again, he's being childish about this, just block him and be done with it.

Aside from that, read this from phantoma funnyjunk.com/user_pictures/phantoma/3983084/MLP+Friendly+Board/624351#624351

Apparently this has been something with you for a while, and I can't really argue with the holder of the actual thread.
User avatar #184 to #183 - malizlewaa (09/13/2012) [-]
That is EVERYTING he said to me about a week ago. i was hella upset, but I didnt go to thread and bitch and moan about it
User avatar #186 to #184 - dtox (09/13/2012) [-]
should have told him to **** off then.
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User avatar #169 to #168 - dtox (09/01/2012) [-]
Did your account get banned?
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#167 - anonymous (09/01/2012) [-]
Are you planning on getting BG:EE?
User avatar #163 - satanisthesavior (08/19/2012) [-]
you have a deviantart account? Can I have a link to it please? :D
#165 to #163 - dtox (08/19/2012) [-]
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It's right down there underneath my signature in the picture, on the right hand side.
User avatar #166 to #165 - satanisthesavior (08/19/2012) [-]
I shall now watch you on DA... :3
User avatar #164 to #163 - dtox (08/19/2012) [-]
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#151 - ragingbrony ONLINE (08/13/2012) [-]
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Man, you argue to much with people!
Not in a bad way though mind you, just...
Damn dude, how can you even stand putting up with it every time?
User avatar #152 to #151 - dtox (08/13/2012) [-]
Not sure exactly, I guess I'm just pretentious in that way that I get joy out of disproving other people.

I see a statement, something loaded with fallacies or just terrible argumentation, and it actually gets support due to bias, that doesn't sit well with me. And so I argue, maybe to inform people, or to possibly convince others of my point of view, but mainly because I detest ignorance.

Plus, it helps when people see my point and agree with me, because they too can adopt my arguments and use them to further convince others.

I don't believe in being apathetical either. I do tire of it from time to time, but in general it's just something I'm compelled to do.
#153 to #152 - ragingbrony ONLINE (08/13/2012) [-]
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I enjoy a good argument as well from time to time, I used to do it quite often in the past actually, but I've found it more fun to just make joke comments in response to them usually.

It is nice to see when people say something like "I see your point"

(don't mind the picture, it's just me tempting you to buy stuff again)
User avatar #154 to #153 - dtox (08/13/2012) [-]
Is that you with the shirt?

your hair is really curly :P

(if I'm gonna get a shirt, it will have twilight sparkle on it...)
User avatar #155 to #154 - ragingbrony ONLINE (08/13/2012) [-]
Yes, it's more wavy than curvy though, I just haven't washed it today, so what ever it did while I was asleep is still there.

Your choice in unicorn disappoints me!
User avatar #156 to #155 - dtox (08/13/2012) [-]
Bah! twilight is the SUPERIOR unicorn to your PEASANT of a DJ D:<

still, it would be EPIC if there was an episode that included characters like vinyl with a voice.
#157 to #156 - ragingbrony ONLINE (08/13/2012) [-]
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Yes, I agree greatly!!
User avatar #158 to #157 - dtox (08/13/2012) [-]
I thought for a moment that she was throwing jarate...

suggesting that you play TF2....
#159 to #158 - ragingbrony ONLINE (08/13/2012) [-]
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My laptop is ****** and can't run games very well...
I once had TF2 installed, but just trying to go through the Single Player tutorial sessions were laggy as hell.
User avatar #160 to #159 - dtox (08/13/2012) [-]
ah, it's the same with my laptop. it can run it alright, but damn does it get hot lol.

that's why I have this desktop to do all of my games on :P
#161 to #160 - ragingbrony ONLINE (08/13/2012) [-]
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I've only got my laptop, and spending money on another computer isn't really high on my to-do list.
User avatar #162 to #161 - dtox (08/13/2012) [-]
I mostly got this desktop for games, but my interest in playing games has severely diminished over the years since getting it.

I still play games like SWTOR and TF2 from time to time, but I mostly just lie back and surf the web on my laptop. Plus, my laptop has a **** ton of old games on it, all of which I enjoy playing (I survived the move to texas because I had diablo 2 to pass the time lol).
#142 - SemiAnon (08/08/2012) [-]
Whenever I reflect on these things, I realize that I'm actually just a mean spirited person, but I spent the entire thread laughing to myself.   
   
www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/3983614/Feminists+Again/333#333
Whenever I reflect on these things, I realize that I'm actually just a mean spirited person, but I spent the entire thread laughing to myself.

www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/3983614/Feminists+Again/333#333
User avatar #143 to #142 - dtox (08/08/2012) [-]
I had myself a good hearty laugh at your comment (I'm guessing you were the anon, if not then my mistake).

couple of people took it a bit more seriously than necessary, yeah, but a lot of your comments quickly became rather condescending.

User avatar #144 to #143 - SemiAnon (08/08/2012) [-]
Yeah, I'm the anons. Like I said, I realize how much of a dick I can be, but it is reasonably fun.

If I learned anything, the most upsetting thing I did for people was to insult the dude with the handlebar mustache.
User avatar #145 to #144 - dtox (08/08/2012) [-]
well, dusty IS a pretty big name in the brony fandom, and is generally a really cool guy.

I was wondering, since a lot of what you were doing was trolling, that little comment of yours describing the fandom as like a "security blanket," referring to pretty much the whole sentence, did you mean that?
User avatar #146 to #145 - SemiAnon (08/08/2012) [-]
I believe that it is the case for a portion, how large I don't know, though definitely the minority, of bronies.
It at least makes some sense in my mind. Social outcasts finding a group that will accept them no matter what. At the same time, that group is defying social norms, so joining them can be a metaphoric finger to the society that rejected them.
The whole "closet" brony thing just adds to the assumption that many are already picked on and ridiculed, so they hide what could be considered more fuel for the fire.

In short, I believe that it is a security blanket for some, but no more than 10%, which would be an understandable aspect of any fandom.
User avatar #147 to #146 - dtox (08/08/2012) [-]
eh, I would imagine a larger percentage, honestly.

There is definitely a sense of acceptance and comfort within the community, a wide range of friendly, supportive groups have sprouted up and, as a result, fans of the show who're generally shut in and, likely, psychologically abnormal have felt more welcomed and out going, especially since "brony meetups" are rather popular.

I can't tell you how many times I've heard the story of how people have turned away from suicide since getting into the community, or how the show has helped others with things such as depression (the creator of the blog "pony confessions" got out of her drug addiction because of it).

Though, as you've said, it's a minority, which was a conclusion even made by sociologists who have been studying the fandom (doctorate holding professors of universities, no less). they've stated that, from their studies and evidence, the fandom is not pathological in nature.

I found that refreshing when I heard that, honestly. I've met so many bronies who have things such as aspergers (something even I have), that I was beginning to wonder if autism really was a factor in liking the show lol.
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