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#96 - If you don't press the button, then you're not guaranteed to b…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/15/2015 on but what if you knew'em? 0
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#107 - createdjustnow (09/17/2015) [-]
yes but you guarantee that someone else dies
#93 - Gaurenteed vs literally 1 in 2 billion chance.  [+] (3 new replies) 09/15/2015 on but what if you knew'em? 0
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#95 - Bruda (09/15/2015) [-]
Why would it be 1 in 2 billion the button could still be pressed.
#96 - funnyjunkyeahyeah (09/15/2015) [-]
If you don't press the button, then you're not guaranteed to big chosen to die when the next person presses it. So you would just be as likely as every other schmuck in the world.
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#107 - createdjustnow (09/17/2015) [-]
yes but you guarantee that someone else dies
#32 - My pizza joint does 2am every night but Friday, which is 3am. 09/13/2015 on Ooo +1
#103 - Source? 09/11/2015 on Apes can use tools 0
#15 - So you're disappointing to everyone that looks at you? 09/11/2015 on Me IRL +1
#69 - >wii users >solo male >terms searched by…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/11/2015 on YouPorn Gaming Console... +13
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#147 - thegamepixel (09/13/2015) [-]
You forget that instructional was also often searched by Wii users, so this would make sense.
#68 - teach tēCH/ verb verb: teach; 3rd person present:… 09/11/2015 on Apes can use tools 0
#65 - If you had an invisible baby that no one was aware of, simply …  [+] (2 new replies) 09/11/2015 on Apes can use tools +1
#66 - bigmanblue (09/11/2015) [-]
as i said training/teaching can be observation
if you had an invisible baby in the woods it would never learn to speak
#68 - funnyjunkyeahyeah (09/11/2015) [-]
teach
tēCH/
verb
verb: teach; 3rd person present: teaches; past tense: taught; past participle: taught; gerund or present participle: teaching

1.
show or explain to (someone) how to do something.
"she taught him to read"

Nope.

Regardless of all this semantics, when the guy said "someone probably trained them to do it" obviously implied active effort, and when you replied you referenced speech, which is not learned through active effort of an imparting individual.
#63 - Are you serious dude? You literally said in your post " s…  [+] (4 new replies) 09/11/2015 on Apes can use tools 0
#64 - bigmanblue (09/11/2015) [-]
im right though
mabey your not taught by one person but your still taught/trained/however you want to call it, no one learned to speak on their own.
and no the person who looks like an idiot is the one getting all pissy over a nothing comment on a random website
#65 - funnyjunkyeahyeah (09/11/2015) [-]
If you had an invisible baby that no one was aware of, simply observing social interactions, it would learn to speak all on it's own.

It isn't trained, it's observed.
#66 - bigmanblue (09/11/2015) [-]
as i said training/teaching can be observation
if you had an invisible baby in the woods it would never learn to speak
#68 - funnyjunkyeahyeah (09/11/2015) [-]
teach
tēCH/
verb
verb: teach; 3rd person present: teaches; past tense: taught; past participle: taught; gerund or present participle: teaching

1.
show or explain to (someone) how to do something.
"she taught him to read"

Nope.

Regardless of all this semantics, when the guy said "someone probably trained them to do it" obviously implied active effort, and when you replied you referenced speech, which is not learned through active effort of an imparting individual.
#61 - ... Training heavily implies active effort from a teacher. Obs…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/11/2015 on Apes can use tools 0
#62 - bigmanblue (09/11/2015) [-]
training in no way implies active effort from a teacher, thats teaching
its called training when a person punches a bag for an hour with no one else there
#63 - funnyjunkyeahyeah (09/11/2015) [-]
Are you serious dude? You literally said in your post "someone trained you to speak", implying fucking active effort from a teacher, and now you've spun yourself all the way around to say that training is not done with someone else's effort?

If you honestly think that they're so different, then maybe you should have said "someone taught you to speak", then I would have said "People aren't taught to speak, it's learned through observation". You'd still have been wrong, but you wouldn't have ended up looking like such an idiot.

Good game, man.
#64 - bigmanblue (09/11/2015) [-]
im right though
mabey your not taught by one person but your still taught/trained/however you want to call it, no one learned to speak on their own.
and no the person who looks like an idiot is the one getting all pissy over a nothing comment on a random website
#65 - funnyjunkyeahyeah (09/11/2015) [-]
If you had an invisible baby that no one was aware of, simply observing social interactions, it would learn to speak all on it's own.

It isn't trained, it's observed.
#66 - bigmanblue (09/11/2015) [-]
as i said training/teaching can be observation
if you had an invisible baby in the woods it would never learn to speak
#68 - funnyjunkyeahyeah (09/11/2015) [-]
teach
tēCH/
verb
verb: teach; 3rd person present: teaches; past tense: taught; past participle: taught; gerund or present participle: teaching

1.
show or explain to (someone) how to do something.
"she taught him to read"

Nope.

Regardless of all this semantics, when the guy said "someone probably trained them to do it" obviously implied active effort, and when you replied you referenced speech, which is not learned through active effort of an imparting individual.

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