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#9 - South Park stars Fourth Graders... 19 hours ago on Diet +2
#61 - Man NO ONE understands air master race theory- create the air …  [+] (12 new replies) 19 hours ago on 4chinchong +48
User avatar #319 - wulphshadowtail (7 hours ago) [-]
Remember in Avatar: TLA when they visit the air temple and Aang's old master was a skeleton sitting in the center of a huge circle of dead firebenders? He clearly knew some powerful-ass air bending,
User avatar #311 - neokun (7 hours ago) [-]
If you are fighting an earth bender there is probably a reason for it. Running away won't win the fight. What is he is a bad guy and you're supposed to stop him?
#310 - anonymous (7 hours ago) [-]
Not to mention in the anti-air orb you surrounded your opponent with there's no atoms to transmit heat so they'll freeze and suffocate to death; Overkill you say? I say laugh now you fire bending p.o.s.
#201 - brolaire (10 hours ago) [-]
this may be stupid but from what I've seen all earth bending requires some form of contact with the rock? so as an air bender could you not create bubbles around their hands and feet entirely preventing their bending?
User avatar #246 - fonestig (9 hours ago) [-]
King Bumi Reclaims Omashu: Full Scene [HD]
earth benders can bend without touching the ground. as long as they can see the earth they can bend.
User avatar #118 - Killerwale (13 hours ago) [-]
we're talking about the bender v.s the world (everyday use or the fact that no one else can do it) it's not always about beating the shit out of each other, like try air bending a permanent shelter like he gave an example of, or setting foundations.
User avatar #184 - BadManTaliban (11 hours ago) [-]
air bending obviously wound't be used to construct shelters (although it could be used in construction in a few ways). it's actually hard to narrow down the most practical use of air bending since with a little imagination, you can use it in much the same way that you might use other forms of bending. you can air slice things, transport them and yourself, you can protect things from rain, through use of air friction you can cook things and even do a little faux fire bending. you could use air pressure to compact things like trash or bricks, be the most amazing life guard ever....plenty of possibilities.
User avatar #186 - Killerwale (10 hours ago) [-]
that's true, but I guess the immediate uses for earth bending would be more practical in a sense that we don't have to figure a complex way of utilizing air for the same purposes.

although I could bend up some flint and stone/metal for the fire, I'd rather have a roof made of a solid free standing material (rocks/compact dirt, ect) instead of having to continuously concentrate on keeping that air shield together, and I think I can compact things a bit easily with heavy stones and such without much effort, I'm not saying air is useless, but earth bending fits a lot more immediate practical use in my opinion.
User avatar #204 - BadManTaliban (10 hours ago) [-]
i agree that earth bending is great for those immediate things but air being just has more uses even if the process is more intricate at times. and you can totally make a solid structure using air bending. just air to compact earth into bricks, lay the bricks and use air bending to damn near flash dry the mortar, and bam, you have a house. thats just for a complex brick house, you have all kinds of options. again, earthbending has its immediate uses but air bending can be used as a proxy in a lot of cases where you would use other forms of bending.
User avatar #220 - Killerwale (10 hours ago) [-]
you know, if we really were benders of any sort, we could build a great city, I'll work on the immediate housing for the work force while the nicer places take some time, but you're ideas on the uses of air has enlighten me
#107 - anonymous (13 hours ago) [-]
Yeah but this is bending vs bending. If you were the only bender in the world earth bending would by far be the best one. Since you can created a fcking ton of shit with it.
#90 - dontread (14 hours ago) [-]
not to mention you can simulate fire bending with air friction anyway.

theres air in water (in between and around) so you have control over water to some degree

Earth on the other hand, well you have control of air pressure so you can be off the ground yourself and make it hard for others to earth bend anything in the direction of up.
#55 - Picture 20 hours ago on Ice Cold +11
#35 - nah, the game was almost artificially longer when bosses would…  [+] (1 new reply) 22 hours ago on   0
#38 - holmborn (1 hour ago) [-]
you actually dont need to use any subweapons at any point in the game.
and bosses could always be killed very very fast if you had upgraded the damage. especially in the monsoon fight, ripper mode absolutely shreds him if you have a decently upgraded weapon
#33 - While I completely loved Reveangence, I do feel it was pretty …  [+] (3 new replies) 07/28/2014 on   0
#34 - holmborn (07/28/2014) [-]
while the main story might take 6-8 hours, it has enough replayability to make up for it.
if you played on easy and get less than those hours, then its your own fault for spoiling the game by making it that easy.
#35 - greenwithenvy (22 hours ago) [-]
nah, the game was almost artificially longer when bosses would take forever to kill because they either had a trick to them (like emp grenade) that even then would only sometimes work, or had a lot of one shots in it, the basic enemies were always one, two, freeblade mode for the vertical slice
#38 - holmborn (1 hour ago) [-]
you actually dont need to use any subweapons at any point in the game.
and bosses could always be killed very very fast if you had upgraded the damage. especially in the monsoon fight, ripper mode absolutely shreds him if you have a decently upgraded weapon
#146 - There is evidence of ocean minerals in the sides of giant ass …  [+] (1 new reply) 07/28/2014 on God dammit America. 0
#166 - archael (07/28/2014) [-]
Studying the ocean won't stop tsunamis, better placed cities and giant seawalls will.

Also, the giant squid, or what I presume you really mean, the colossal squid, could not pull down a ship meant to transport several thousand tons. A colossal squid would be lucky to reach one ton, if that.

The obsession with Mars is for the possible future endeavor of colonizing, or even terraforming it to temporarily defeat the problem of overpopulation, and because the ability to explore space starts with one step at a time. The stuff that's incredibly far away is studied to help understand new aspects of the universe, and with the upcoming James Webb telescope, we'll be able to see the incredibly early universe and get a better understanding of how primitive stars and galaxies formed, jumping our understanding of the cosmos up a lot.

I agree that some fields always seem more practical than others, especially at certain times, but the thing is is that we have enough evidence to know that the ocean doesn't contain as many threats or even as dangerous ones compared to the rest of the cosmos. Personally, if we're going to cut funding, I think it should be the unnecessary amounts of political funding and payment. The government did their little "shut down" thing, but they were all still collecting payment and we didn't get any tax breaks.

To me: SPACE > OCEAN > ASSHOLES RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT/SENATOR/WHATEVER

Fuck that's a long post.
#144 - "Leave the water" >Implying tsunamis won't b…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/28/2014 on God dammit America. 0
#145 - archael (07/28/2014) [-]
Because tsunamis are impossible to avoid by seeking higher ground.

Because the Krakken and Cthulu are totally real and going to destroy our iPod shipments.

Because researching things that are super far away are the only thing that comes out of NASA's endeavors.

What if it fucking is in South Sudan? You think SPACE is literally the only scientific field that people work in simply because of NASA? Get your head checked and then check your facts.
#146 - greenwithenvy (07/28/2014) [-]
There is evidence of ocean minerals in the sides of giant ass mountains, showing that we don't really have records that show tsunami's getting huge, but evidence that they can.

Never said those two, but the 100% real Giant Squid could fuck up an Ipod shipment, or say a shipment of steel/oil/coal/gold and cause an economy to stumble a few steps, every shipment counts.

NASA has done good things with sattelites and the whole creating cell-phones, but now they've become obsessed with either hyper far away, or mars.

and my whole argument was that we're putting too much money into SPACE and not enough in more practical fields.
#166 - archael (07/28/2014) [-]
Studying the ocean won't stop tsunamis, better placed cities and giant seawalls will.

Also, the giant squid, or what I presume you really mean, the colossal squid, could not pull down a ship meant to transport several thousand tons. A colossal squid would be lucky to reach one ton, if that.

The obsession with Mars is for the possible future endeavor of colonizing, or even terraforming it to temporarily defeat the problem of overpopulation, and because the ability to explore space starts with one step at a time. The stuff that's incredibly far away is studied to help understand new aspects of the universe, and with the upcoming James Webb telescope, we'll be able to see the incredibly early universe and get a better understanding of how primitive stars and galaxies formed, jumping our understanding of the cosmos up a lot.

I agree that some fields always seem more practical than others, especially at certain times, but the thing is is that we have enough evidence to know that the ocean doesn't contain as many threats or even as dangerous ones compared to the rest of the cosmos. Personally, if we're going to cut funding, I think it should be the unnecessary amounts of political funding and payment. The government did their little "shut down" thing, but they were all still collecting payment and we didn't get any tax breaks.

To me: SPACE > OCEAN > ASSHOLES RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT/SENATOR/WHATEVER

Fuck that's a long post.
#75 - America has put a "no-fly zone" over Israel, coincid…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/28/2014 on Das rite 0
#118 - anonymous (07/28/2014) [-]
or maybe they just dont want to put any more innocent people in danger by letting them fly amongst the rockets
#142 - Doesn't take billions of dollars to detect an asteroid that wo…  [+] (5 new replies) 07/28/2014 on God dammit America. 0
#143 - archael (07/28/2014) [-]
When they discover giant squids and whales that can leave the water and somehow do anything to us, let me know.

Understanding the fundamental concepts of the universe is critical. NASA has already invented lots of shit that is heavily used worldwide.
#144 - greenwithenvy (07/28/2014) [-]
"Leave the water"
>Implying tsunamis won't bring us to them or them to us
>Implying that 90% of our raw material resources aren't transported by boats that could be fucked up by an aggressive sea creature
>implying that researching something 10+ Light Years away will impact/better our lives more than researching every corner of our Earth first.
What if the cure to cancer is found in grinding up the root from a plant found in the South Sudan, but we're too busy looking for it in Andromeda to realize it's in front of us.
#145 - archael (07/28/2014) [-]
Because tsunamis are impossible to avoid by seeking higher ground.

Because the Krakken and Cthulu are totally real and going to destroy our iPod shipments.

Because researching things that are super far away are the only thing that comes out of NASA's endeavors.

What if it fucking is in South Sudan? You think SPACE is literally the only scientific field that people work in simply because of NASA? Get your head checked and then check your facts.
#146 - greenwithenvy (07/28/2014) [-]
There is evidence of ocean minerals in the sides of giant ass mountains, showing that we don't really have records that show tsunami's getting huge, but evidence that they can.

Never said those two, but the 100% real Giant Squid could fuck up an Ipod shipment, or say a shipment of steel/oil/coal/gold and cause an economy to stumble a few steps, every shipment counts.

NASA has done good things with sattelites and the whole creating cell-phones, but now they've become obsessed with either hyper far away, or mars.

and my whole argument was that we're putting too much money into SPACE and not enough in more practical fields.
#166 - archael (07/28/2014) [-]
Studying the ocean won't stop tsunamis, better placed cities and giant seawalls will.

Also, the giant squid, or what I presume you really mean, the colossal squid, could not pull down a ship meant to transport several thousand tons. A colossal squid would be lucky to reach one ton, if that.

The obsession with Mars is for the possible future endeavor of colonizing, or even terraforming it to temporarily defeat the problem of overpopulation, and because the ability to explore space starts with one step at a time. The stuff that's incredibly far away is studied to help understand new aspects of the universe, and with the upcoming James Webb telescope, we'll be able to see the incredibly early universe and get a better understanding of how primitive stars and galaxies formed, jumping our understanding of the cosmos up a lot.

I agree that some fields always seem more practical than others, especially at certain times, but the thing is is that we have enough evidence to know that the ocean doesn't contain as many threats or even as dangerous ones compared to the rest of the cosmos. Personally, if we're going to cut funding, I think it should be the unnecessary amounts of political funding and payment. The government did their little "shut down" thing, but they were all still collecting payment and we didn't get any tax breaks.

To me: SPACE > OCEAN > ASSHOLES RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT/SENATOR/WHATEVER

Fuck that's a long post.
#56 - I've checked the source for #5 but it won't tell me if I could… 07/28/2014 on 20 Facts To Blow Your Mind 0

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User avatar #31 - maela (07/09/2014) [-]
Are you a Tumblr supporter? What hath happened upon us dark and dreary souls?
#32 to #31 - greenwithenvy (07/09/2014) [-]
wut? where in all of my profile did you get that idea?
User avatar #33 to #32 - maela (07/09/2014) [-]
Was reading across your comments and saw something about getting reactions out of 4chan /b/ros lol.
#34 to #33 - greenwithenvy (07/09/2014) [-]
ohhhhh, yesterday I saw that user commenting in a thread about how he made a few 4chan threads trying to get them to start a war with FJ, and me being a mod that would result in dad freaking out and having us pull quadruple all-nighters to mitigate any damage. So when I saw content of a recent 4chan thread of someone trying to start a war, I summoned that user to see if he knew who did it, and then I joked with him about someone getting a reaction.
User avatar #35 to #34 - maela (07/09/2014) [-]
Ahhh ok. I was going to say, if some people on here are really trying to start a war, I'd straight up sit on the sidelines and just watch because 4chan goes all out like the 4th of july on a raid.
#36 to #35 - greenwithenvy (07/09/2014) [-]
Let's just hope no one really considers it. The inflow of traffic would be good for Addy, but these would be proxied users who aren't voting and only spam multiple accounts of stuff that would get us kicked off whatever ad-service we have now. I have always wondered how sites like Tumblr manage to stay up with all the creepy shit that gets posted there.
User avatar #25 - SonicTeam (05/16/2014) [-]
That elsa pic was flaggable?
#26 to #25 - greenwithenvy (05/17/2014) [-]
I originally flagged it because our old rules were about "sexy" underwear in a suggestive position, but then I unflagged after half a minute going "meh, Frozens+sonicteam birthday"
#27 to #26 - greenwithenvy (05/17/2014) [-]
also I gave it the borderline flag so it would've only removed the picture momentarily, not destroyed thumb count or anything, but it being unflagged should of returned it to it's previous status
User avatar #28 to #27 - SonicTeam (05/17/2014) [-]
Thank you. I was close to trashing you for flagging it, but then I thought "maybe I crossed the line and he's just doing his job" and then you wrote "Sonicteam birthday" and that warmed my heart.
#29 to #28 - greenwithenvy (05/17/2014) [-]
yeah like a few months ago that's a line crossed, nowadays I think we're less rigid and trying to focus more on anon-spam and hardcore stuff.
User avatar #30 to #29 - SonicTeam (05/18/2014) [-]
Alright. B-)
User avatar #24 - tehbestever (01/11/2014) [-]
Relog

Ask and ask and ask until you have a fluent understanding of flagging and you should be fine

good luck

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User avatar #23 - phanact (01/08/2014) [-]
Pm funnyjunk.com/user/tehbestever if you are level 250+ and want to be a mod, if you haven't already. This is just a generic post and is not specifically designed for you. Its for everyone who passed the mod test. Please don't reply to this. thanks.
#20 - teoberry (10/08/2013) [-]
>thumbing me down outside of our discussion   
Is the lil guy mad?
>thumbing me down outside of our discussion
Is the lil guy mad?
#21 to #20 - greenwithenvy (10/08/2013) [-]
nah, I was bored waiting for you to come up with a good response, that's how much time I had.
User avatar #22 to #21 - teoberry (10/09/2013) [-]
Sure there buddy. Stay mad.
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