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#308 - Who the **** gives their kid a gun for christmas?  [+] (3 replies) 09/14/2013 on 10 Crazy Kids who Kill +2
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#332 - galkawhm (09/14/2013) [-]
Yeah, they'll just shoot their eye out.
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#339 - theblowtorch (09/14/2013) [-]
Fudge..you're right
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#316 - oliveirajo (09/14/2013) [-]
Fucktards.
#81 - ohh my bad and I don't mean like a "I like you wanna go o…  [+] (2 replies) 09/13/2013 on Signs 0
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#83 - infinitereaper (09/13/2013) [-]
I'm not so sure, but yeah, romantic gestures that are thoughtful are probably good.
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#82 - iamsherlocked (09/13/2013) [-]
Idk, it was just a thought
#78 - A cute note/letter to a girl could work if you find talking to…  [+] (5 replies) 09/13/2013 on Signs 0
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#79 - infinitereaper (09/13/2013) [-]
I just meant speaking in general.
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#81 - iamsherlocked (09/13/2013) [-]
ohh my bad and I don't mean like a "I like you wanna go out" kinda note, if you put some thought into it you could end up with a romantic letter or something, people tend to appreciate if you put time and effort into making something for them
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#83 - infinitereaper (09/13/2013) [-]
I'm not so sure, but yeah, romantic gestures that are thoughtful are probably good.
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#82 - iamsherlocked (09/13/2013) [-]
Idk, it was just a thought
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#80 - infinitereaper (09/13/2013) [-]
And heck no this isn't 3rd grade.
#279 - Men generally do have more rights than women especially in les…  [+] (2 replies) 09/13/2013 on Feminism 0
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#283 - nephritho (09/13/2013) [-]
I have no problem that women want to help other women from other countries.
Like I said I understand.
All people deserve to have a good basic education.
Girls in Afghanistan are for example not allowed to go to school.
But like you said it is unfair that women are more likely to get a custody for their child while the father could have been a better parent.
They should look on the situation and try to aim for the best parent regardless of what sex. This is equality. But the world is not ready for this yet.
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#287 - iamsherlocked (09/13/2013) [-]
Totally agree with the custody thing, just because a person is female doesn't mean they're automatically going to be a better parent
#261 - Feminist = Equalist/Equal rights activists Feminazi'…  [+] (4 replies) 09/13/2013 on Feminism 0
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#270 - nephritho (09/13/2013) [-]
>feminism
>equal "rights" for sexes
Sure it does.
When did feminism ever done something for men "rights"?
never because it focus on the "rights" for women that hardly have any.
I understand that there are women that want to help other women from countries that have little or none women "rights".
But men are still considered as the piece of meat ready to be shoved in a combat zone.
Never have been a men "rights" movement by feminists.
I know the feminazi's are minority yet they open their drap every single time someone mention about men.
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#279 - iamsherlocked (09/13/2013) [-]
Men generally do have more rights than women especially in less developed countries so that's why feminists focus on womens rights in those countries rather than mens because they're usually the ones treating women badly.
Fighting for womens rights is more of a priority for feminists because they have less, just like how people fighting against racism focus on minority races.
They fight to have the same rights as men, stuff like equal pay

Alot of feminists don't like how men are expected to be manly all the time just like how they don't like that women are expected to be feminine all the time. They also don't like how men aren't treated equally when trying to get custody of a child. It's really unfair that women are more likely to get the custody.

I understand what you mean about men being shoved into combat zones. I'm not sure about where you live but where I am people aren't forced into military combat, it's a choice if someone wants to join the military so both men and women join (where I live.) If people were forced into combat like how they were in WW1 and 2 nowadays it's likely that women would be included too.

I know what you mean, feminazis are a pain in the ass, they make other feminists look bad
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#283 - nephritho (09/13/2013) [-]
I have no problem that women want to help other women from other countries.
Like I said I understand.
All people deserve to have a good basic education.
Girls in Afghanistan are for example not allowed to go to school.
But like you said it is unfair that women are more likely to get a custody for their child while the father could have been a better parent.
They should look on the situation and try to aim for the best parent regardless of what sex. This is equality. But the world is not ready for this yet.
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#287 - iamsherlocked (09/13/2013) [-]
Totally agree with the custody thing, just because a person is female doesn't mean they're automatically going to be a better parent
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