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#46 - Don't forget about the homeless mafia. In many cities a large … 04/03/2015 on Shake for a sheik +4
#76 - - This one is particulary obj… 03/26/2015 on Research Assistance +7
#75 - Not wagegap relevant but relevant to the hypocrisy of the femi…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/26/2015 on Research Assistance 0
#36 - Dats sexist. Bitch isn't even wearing a dress and is laugh… 03/24/2015 on (untitled) +1
#12 - As a former Philosophy student, this is 100% accurate.  [+] (1 new reply) 03/06/2015 on Passed out drunk in the... 0
User avatar #13 - sirformidio (03/06/2015) [-]
I dunno. As a Psychology I student, we've only mentioned Murpheys Law once (and I mention it a lot because it's funny), Aristotle a handful of times, and Sigmund Freud once in the sentence "He was almost never right."
#20 - Well they are queued up for later use.  [+] (1 new reply) 03/04/2015 on (untitled) +4
User avatar #21 - areancoconut (03/04/2015) [-]
Nigguh ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
#206 - Why live in such a world if an active effort away from it and …  [+] (1 new reply) 02/03/2015 on fairness 0
User avatar #209 - xxbandwagonxx (02/21/2015) [-]
Whatever ~ism you follow it is an ideal. Capitalism works closest to our nature, it's ideal is as good as any other. Communism has been proven a false path time and time again. The entire 20th century was the greatest economic experiment and communism failed.

For the most part this is pure drivel, this isn't even about economics anymore and I implore you to stop. You speak of philosophy which changes with each and every person. And if I'm to believe you and what you say, you are the kind of person I don't want to exist, the kind that rewards those who hold back the talented, the skilled, and the intelligent.
#199 - No capitalism allows you to make what others value and hope th…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/01/2015 on fairness 0
User avatar #205 - xxbandwagonxx (02/02/2015) [-]
Capitalism is the purest form of economics because of everything you just described. It's the one that fits human nature the best, and human nature is not a pure and benevolent nature. It reflects us perfectly.

I'm not following this "social agenda" thing.
All life follows the same mantra "Eat, Breed, Sleep, Repeat".
I'm pretty sure eating beans and rice is needed for survival and a home (whatever size) is needed for safety and a place to sleep.
We all have wants (collectors of art, cars, weird shit, actual shit, ect) and we do what we're willing to get those things. But if your ambition is to sing and your voice sounds like a cheese grater you don't deserve anything but those downsides.
User avatar #206 - fogschmog (02/03/2015) [-]
Why live in such a world if an active effort away from it and towards what you shame and fear as "communism" or whatever you may call it, can eradicate the need to do stufff in order to get what you want? Why not actively pursue a world that is MORE than just eat sleep, repeat. Why not be a little bit more human?
Because bending to nature, doing things "cus my daddy did them dat way, so Imma do em dat way too mistah", is NOT the human way. The humanw ay is progress. It is the steady and unwavering will for improvement over today. For more freedom and more possibilities and for an eradication of responsibilities and work. This is what all our evolution was moving towards.
Do less, get more.

And in a way that is the ultimate capitalist agenda. The problem is not capitalism, or communism, or socialism or even facism. It's deeper than that. Its the point at which the system stops being a support for an agenda, a tool for an ulterior goal and people start preaching it as the come all end all of things.

Stop bowing to menmade systems, such as religion, politics, economics and the likes and start to broaden the world, move out toward greater things and tomorrow live in a world, were everyone can sing, even if we all sound like cheese grater and we still can pursue our goals and have our needs and wants fullfilled.

This might not be possible within the next 50 years, maybe not within 5000, maybe never. But isn't it better to strive for improvement than to crawl into the muccus and stop what's been the imperative of all life since its beginning, EVOLUTION, by thinking of any system which is not perfect as the end of all things.

If it isn't perfect it isn't the best and if the current human nature doesn't allow for a better system to be installed the first thing we need to do is better our nature, become more and better beings ourselves, so we can shape the world in an image of better men.
User avatar #209 - xxbandwagonxx (02/21/2015) [-]
Whatever ~ism you follow it is an ideal. Capitalism works closest to our nature, it's ideal is as good as any other. Communism has been proven a false path time and time again. The entire 20th century was the greatest economic experiment and communism failed.

For the most part this is pure drivel, this isn't even about economics anymore and I implore you to stop. You speak of philosophy which changes with each and every person. And if I'm to believe you and what you say, you are the kind of person I don't want to exist, the kind that rewards those who hold back the talented, the skilled, and the intelligent.
#39 - Equality of opportunity is a lie though. Every human being has…  [+] (11 new replies) 01/31/2015 on fairness +1
User avatar #76 - xxbandwagonxx (01/31/2015) [-]
That's not how equal opportunity works mate.
The concept is that no one will be hindered and allowed to achieve the maximum of their abilities. If a retard can only flip burgers he should be encouraged to do so.

What you're thinking of is communist equality (not the theory kind but the kind that usually gets put into practice).

Capitalism allows you to follow what you want and make a profit if others value it. If you do not have a dream or ambition there are plenty of support roles for the rich you dislike so much, because they have ambition.

Personally if I ran a company no one would make more than 150,000 (an extra 20,000 cause taxes) a year since they've shown that happiness doesn't increase past 130,000.
As the owner I'd make the 130k and the rest would go to expanding the company.(fuck shareholders, they're the people you should really hate)
User avatar #199 - fogschmog (02/01/2015) [-]
No capitalism allows you to make what others value and hope that it you have something to provide that others value and you have the ambition, ability and interest to provide them with. More often than not though, people do only provide what is needed or wanted and it gets degraded to a culture of pure consumption in which there is no value in the work you do, but only in the products you get for it.

In capitalism, earlier or later, people will give up a little bit of interest for a little bit more money, since sometimes that a reasonable decision, ths however spirals mor e and more ending with people doing whatever as long as it provides them enough good to buy stuff from other people, whose ulterior motive for working is the same as theirs, making money to buy stuff.

Capitalism as any other system as well, is a system which corrupts itself by its very foundation and function. This hols true for systems such as communism, anarchy, democracy and any other social, financial, or political system, because it is in the nature of human beings to maximise their own output, minimize their input if possible and cheat and break the system to allow them to maximise the profit and gain they have from it.

This way of living is the very foundation to human success in nature. If we hadn't founded agriculture, found ways to overproduce in summer and autumn to have stocks for winter, fashion tools to make up for lack of natural tools as claws or something other as this, we had never ended up at the top of the foodchain.

Human failure however is not removably from any system unless it is oppressive and forbids free choice. Such a system, in my opinion, is never desirable though, since I hold freedom as the highest of all goods a human being can obtain, or rather, is given.

I just think a system which offers less downsides for people who do not exactly fit the social agenda of the society ( make good money, havea family etc.) but rather would pursue their true ambition at the cost of luxury without having to deteriorate to the bare minimum of existence (not having a 200.000SQFT villa and being able to eat anything else but beans and rice are two very different kinds of luxury, even though none of both are basic human needs for survival) I think more people would end up in fields which aren't catered toward their desire to have a certain safety, regarding their housing and food and such.
User avatar #205 - xxbandwagonxx (02/02/2015) [-]
Capitalism is the purest form of economics because of everything you just described. It's the one that fits human nature the best, and human nature is not a pure and benevolent nature. It reflects us perfectly.

I'm not following this "social agenda" thing.
All life follows the same mantra "Eat, Breed, Sleep, Repeat".
I'm pretty sure eating beans and rice is needed for survival and a home (whatever size) is needed for safety and a place to sleep.
We all have wants (collectors of art, cars, weird shit, actual shit, ect) and we do what we're willing to get those things. But if your ambition is to sing and your voice sounds like a cheese grater you don't deserve anything but those downsides.
User avatar #206 - fogschmog (02/03/2015) [-]
Why live in such a world if an active effort away from it and towards what you shame and fear as "communism" or whatever you may call it, can eradicate the need to do stufff in order to get what you want? Why not actively pursue a world that is MORE than just eat sleep, repeat. Why not be a little bit more human?
Because bending to nature, doing things "cus my daddy did them dat way, so Imma do em dat way too mistah", is NOT the human way. The humanw ay is progress. It is the steady and unwavering will for improvement over today. For more freedom and more possibilities and for an eradication of responsibilities and work. This is what all our evolution was moving towards.
Do less, get more.

And in a way that is the ultimate capitalist agenda. The problem is not capitalism, or communism, or socialism or even facism. It's deeper than that. Its the point at which the system stops being a support for an agenda, a tool for an ulterior goal and people start preaching it as the come all end all of things.

Stop bowing to menmade systems, such as religion, politics, economics and the likes and start to broaden the world, move out toward greater things and tomorrow live in a world, were everyone can sing, even if we all sound like cheese grater and we still can pursue our goals and have our needs and wants fullfilled.

This might not be possible within the next 50 years, maybe not within 5000, maybe never. But isn't it better to strive for improvement than to crawl into the muccus and stop what's been the imperative of all life since its beginning, EVOLUTION, by thinking of any system which is not perfect as the end of all things.

If it isn't perfect it isn't the best and if the current human nature doesn't allow for a better system to be installed the first thing we need to do is better our nature, become more and better beings ourselves, so we can shape the world in an image of better men.
User avatar #209 - xxbandwagonxx (02/21/2015) [-]
Whatever ~ism you follow it is an ideal. Capitalism works closest to our nature, it's ideal is as good as any other. Communism has been proven a false path time and time again. The entire 20th century was the greatest economic experiment and communism failed.

For the most part this is pure drivel, this isn't even about economics anymore and I implore you to stop. You speak of philosophy which changes with each and every person. And if I'm to believe you and what you say, you are the kind of person I don't want to exist, the kind that rewards those who hold back the talented, the skilled, and the intelligent.
User avatar #81 - emiyashirou (01/31/2015) [-]
"fuck shareholders, they're the people you should really hate."

Do you not even possess a basic understanding of how a company works?
User avatar #198 - xxbandwagonxx (02/01/2015) [-]
>>#94, Anon hit the nail on the head

And yeah I know quite a bit. Enough to know that shareholders are the worst kind of partial owners.
I added it at the end because shareholders would rather take all the profits than invest in the company's expansion.
#96 - fefe (01/31/2015) [-]
And you not realize why you should hate shareholders? There is outliers to how they act but, most of the time fuck them.
User avatar #99 - emiyashirou (01/31/2015) [-]
The shareholders are by definition the owners of the company.
#94 - fefe (01/31/2015) [-]
I think he does. The shareholders have no invested interest in the company and what it is about only in their invested wealth so if firing every employee and selling the company to a mega corp will increase their wealth they'll fight tooth and nail to see it happen.
User avatar #97 - emiyashirou (01/31/2015) [-]
bandwagon stated "As the owner I'd blahblahblah (fuck shareholders...)"
The shareholders ARE the owners, they're not just some magical wealth-sucking entities.
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