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edgeworthy

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Age: 21
Date Signed Up:3/03/2014
Last Login:8/31/2016
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#65 - Agreed. The idea making ghost zelda a sidekick is brilliant.  [+] (3 new replies) 05/13/2015 on Link and Zelda marry 0
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#75 - sexyhimself (05/13/2015) [-]
I really really disliked Spirit Tracks and Phantom Hourglass, pretty sure they're the only Zelda games I own that I haven't beaten.
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#77 - edgeworthy (05/13/2015) [-]
I have beaten them. Just because I own them!

And it's understandable, it was overall pretty meh.
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#78 - sexyhimself (05/13/2015) [-]
I just really hated Phantom Hourglass, returning to that fucking temple over and over and over. Just..... fuck that temple.

Also, that one puzzle where you're suppose to close the damn screen, I mean what the fuck, how are kids suppose to figure that shit out!?
#350 - I will take the praise then rightfully, thank you once again! 05/11/2015 on edgeworthy's profile 0
#348 - Thank you! Why do I get that praise right now tho? …  [+] (2 new replies) 05/11/2015 on edgeworthy's profile 0
#349 - roxasftw (05/11/2015) [-]
Because you are just fucking cool mate, I love the series for it's references and it's gems, and you in a way are an embodiment of that, and you are just in general a bretty cool guy
#350 - edgeworthy (05/11/2015) [-]
I will take the praise then rightfully, thank you once again!
#12 - You are alive! I love your stories so much, and this one w… 05/11/2015 on Nero's Laboratory - Ep.9 +3
#33 - Not if you play majong on the moon. 05/11/2015 on Toys are dangerous +6
#61 - It won 5 millions at launch tho. Botter and goldfarmer lef… 05/11/2015 on WOW +1
#319 - Comment deleted 05/09/2015 on Free Steam Card Giveaway 0
#37 - Exactly. Engineering? Women get an easier grade at it, ge… 05/09/2015 on Fat Shaming Friday 0
#32 - I wouldn't exactly say it is predetermined, there are women wh…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/09/2015 on Fat Shaming Friday 0
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#34 - kristovsky (05/09/2015) [-]
I agree, there are many women who can handle positions in power, look at Angela Merkel. That being said, the majority of positions of power in history have been occupied by men, because IN GENERAL men are the ones that actively pursue more technical and philosophical roles, whilst women are IN GENERAL better in areas of social and care work. That's why women are the "maternal ones" per say. To be good enough to handle the top positions, you have to be competitive, confident, aggressive and above all else dedicated. These are predominantly masculine traits. So yes, while some women will of course fit the description, if you look at the general trend you find men tend to fill the top positions which require these traits. Take for example the STEM fields. Across the west governments have done anything and everything in their power to try and get young women to take up STEM roles in university and beyond. They just don't want to do it in anywhere near the same numbers that men do, save for a few specific areas like biomedical science. You can't make people care.
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#37 - edgeworthy (05/09/2015) [-]
Exactly.
Engineering? Women get an easier grade at it, getting graded better than us. But why are there still only 2 women in 5 years across 4 classes each year?
(I mean... 4*5 classes, and only 2 women.)
Because they just like other proffessions more. It's an primal affinity for such things.
#30 - Oh... damn, I even read about that! I completly have forgotten…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/09/2015 on Fat Shaming Friday 0
#31 - kristovsky (05/09/2015) [-]
it's happening now m8, this is the precipice. The eventual end is women taking control of society, not being able to handle it, and western society collapsing. I know it sounds degrading to women, but look at history. Almost every society in history has been run by men, it's just the nature of our biology. Men are the ones who hunt and gather, men are the ones who strive and create in general. This is the gender binary that evolution has decided upon, and by ignoring it and trying to go against it only downfall can transpire.
#32 - edgeworthy (05/09/2015) [-]
I wouldn't exactly say it is predetermined, there are women who can go for it as well.
It is mostly true, that men are the more dominant ones, but there always be exceptions, evolution is still a thing.

I just hope we don't evolve in the wrong direction...
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#34 - kristovsky (05/09/2015) [-]
I agree, there are many women who can handle positions in power, look at Angela Merkel. That being said, the majority of positions of power in history have been occupied by men, because IN GENERAL men are the ones that actively pursue more technical and philosophical roles, whilst women are IN GENERAL better in areas of social and care work. That's why women are the "maternal ones" per say. To be good enough to handle the top positions, you have to be competitive, confident, aggressive and above all else dedicated. These are predominantly masculine traits. So yes, while some women will of course fit the description, if you look at the general trend you find men tend to fill the top positions which require these traits. Take for example the STEM fields. Across the west governments have done anything and everything in their power to try and get young women to take up STEM roles in university and beyond. They just don't want to do it in anywhere near the same numbers that men do, save for a few specific areas like biomedical science. You can't make people care.
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#37 - edgeworthy (05/09/2015) [-]
Exactly.
Engineering? Women get an easier grade at it, getting graded better than us. But why are there still only 2 women in 5 years across 4 classes each year?
(I mean... 4*5 classes, and only 2 women.)
Because they just like other proffessions more. It's an primal affinity for such things.