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#88 - **jblackmetal rolls 5** Is the baby really mine? 02/13/2014 on Every damn day 0
#69 - Pretty often chicks are pretty cool until you **** …  [+] (2 new replies) 02/13/2014 on Dragon Ball > Marriage 0
User avatar #97 - Leopard (02/13/2014) [-]
So girls are cool as a friend, but not as a girlfriend that you fuck..
User avatar #115 - jblackmetal (02/17/2014) [-]
you just have to have thick skin. You have to see theirworst before you can even make a decision.
#184 - I forgot all about this lol. But guess what just happened! She… 01/27/2014 on Revenge! 0
#53 - My favourite is when they tell you that they should start thei…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/27/2014 on Revenge! +2
User avatar #113 - nimba (01/27/2014) [-]
"oh lord, is that time? I better start my period tomorrow k bi"
User avatar #184 - jblackmetal (01/27/2014) [-]
I forgot all about this lol. But guess what just happened! She verbally confirmed that we were going to have sex and I was doing all the things that I know gets her going and she started shivering which is what she does when she's REALLY turned on and then she has to go to the bathroom and she comes back, asks for a back rub and fell asleep. Now I'm here. Denied again.
#172 - Pizza doesn't deliver here. And neither do you. And I don't do… 01/08/2014 on Just Joe Torrez (LINK IN DESC) -1
#17 - Picture 01/08/2014 on Everything is badass +6
#83 - MFW My name is Joey Torres  [+] (2 new replies) 01/08/2014 on Just Joe Torrez (LINK IN DESC) -4
User avatar #157 - muffintime (01/08/2014) [-]
Found you on facebook, figured out your address and now I'm ordering pizza to your house phaggot.
User avatar #172 - jblackmetal (01/08/2014) [-]
Pizza doesn't deliver here. And neither do you. And I don't do facebook you moron.
#250 - This is why it scares me to go home with a random. What if I w… 01/07/2014 on The Power Of MakeUp 0
#153 - can't stop looking at the gif. 01/05/2014 on 2014 years since year 0 +1
#5 - >Find post about the batman >Insert dead parents jok… 01/05/2014 on (untitled) +47
#180 - Turn around and give her 50 shades of dick. 01/05/2014 on Fanfics 0
#77 - Picture 01/03/2014 on Black Metal +6
#669 - Alright, so your point is that the vatican may choose to issue…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/19/2013 on Person Of The Year 0
User avatar #673 - ChewyConor (12/19/2013) [-]
Every member of the clergy is officially appointed by a Vatican representative (i.e. Bishop or Cardinal, who are in turn appointed by Vatican representatives) It's not simply someone claiming to be a Catholic and suddenly having immunity.

I did a google search and all I can find is about someone accused of being a pedophile got removed from their post without informing the country they were in. Hardly a mass cover up. I still haven't read a single media report or reliable piece of information that cannot be explained by the Vatican simply wanting to prosecute internally and without huge media coverage.

"They don't care about victims."
Are you sure your views aren't biased? How could you possibly know what they care about? Stop spouting shit or find something genuine that can't be explained by the position I've stated above.

They may have a corrupt history. There may have been horrible people who reached powerful positions and did terrible things. That doesn't mean that the whole system is corrupt. Nor does it mean that the current crop of people is corrupt or that they aren't doing their utmost to eradicate corruption from the Church.
#660 - Look it up. You'd be suprised. The country that the …  [+] (3 new replies) 12/19/2013 on Person Of The Year 0
User avatar #665 - ChewyConor (12/19/2013) [-]
Look what up?

If the Vatican views their priests as diplomats on a diplomatic mission, then it follows that:
"The most fundamental rule of diplomatic law is that the person of a diplomatic agent is inviolable. Diplomats may not be detained or arrested, and enjoy complete immunity from criminal prosecution in the receiving state, although there is no immunity from the jurisdiction of the sending state."

The crux of the matter is whether Catholic priests are more citizens of their country or diplomats of the Catholic Church. Which is not obvious or trivial.

My views are not biased. I'm not a Catholic. I'm not even religious. I can simply see where they're coming from. Your conclusions seems to be "They are all evil greedy corrupt bastards" and then everything you see, read or hear is biased by your already formed conclusion.
User avatar #669 - jblackmetal (12/19/2013) [-]
Alright, so your point is that the vatican may choose to issue an express command of diplomacy to another country's ministers of a faith because their state is the religious authority of the religion the minister has claimed his faith to be. Which gives them the right to interfere as they see fit. Yet I am unjust is calling them corrupt because of their history of covering up crimes committed by MANY people associated with a fucking religion? They don't care about victims. It's all about saving face. Publicity makes them look bad and they can't have it exist in a world that wont buy "will of God" bullshit.

Search for his name and cover ups. You'll find things.
User avatar #673 - ChewyConor (12/19/2013) [-]
Every member of the clergy is officially appointed by a Vatican representative (i.e. Bishop or Cardinal, who are in turn appointed by Vatican representatives) It's not simply someone claiming to be a Catholic and suddenly having immunity.

I did a google search and all I can find is about someone accused of being a pedophile got removed from their post without informing the country they were in. Hardly a mass cover up. I still haven't read a single media report or reliable piece of information that cannot be explained by the Vatican simply wanting to prosecute internally and without huge media coverage.

"They don't care about victims."
Are you sure your views aren't biased? How could you possibly know what they care about? Stop spouting shit or find something genuine that can't be explained by the position I've stated above.

They may have a corrupt history. There may have been horrible people who reached powerful positions and did terrible things. That doesn't mean that the whole system is corrupt. Nor does it mean that the current crop of people is corrupt or that they aren't doing their utmost to eradicate corruption from the Church.
#656 - Ok, so you're saying that because the priests were catholic th…  [+] (5 new replies) 12/19/2013 on Person Of The Year 0
User avatar #657 - ChewyConor (12/19/2013) [-]
It's nothing like sending a muslim terrorist for prosecution to iran or iraq or saudi arabia. If Mecca was a separate country with an independent muslim leadership AND it was muslim Imams, not just regular muslims, who were doing those things, then it would start to look similar and I'd be happy for them being sent to Mecca for punishment. I agree that people should be punished for crimes based on the country's laws where they committed the crime, but it gets more complicated with international diplomats and I think a Catholic priest represents the Vatican as much as any international diplomat represents their country.

I think you're the one who's misinformed. He's already issued a bill demanding that any member of the clergy who becomes aware of any criminal activity by another, especially in regards to child abuse, must report it immediately.

They're not releasing information because they want to prosecute them internally! If they released information, they would get thrown in jail in whatever country they're in.

You can be of the opinion that they SHOULD be thrown in jail in whatever country they're in, but given the Vatican's desire to prosecute internally, I can't see how they've acted wrongly at all.

User avatar #660 - jblackmetal (12/19/2013) [-]
Look it up. You'd be suprised.

The country that the offense happened in has the right to punish the ones that made the offense. The families of the victim deserve justice and witnesses will have to testify. The vatican isn't above laws that other countries have to abide by. By doing what they have done they silence witnesses and let criminals slip by. Your view appears very biased and clouded.
User avatar #665 - ChewyConor (12/19/2013) [-]
Look what up?

If the Vatican views their priests as diplomats on a diplomatic mission, then it follows that:
"The most fundamental rule of diplomatic law is that the person of a diplomatic agent is inviolable. Diplomats may not be detained or arrested, and enjoy complete immunity from criminal prosecution in the receiving state, although there is no immunity from the jurisdiction of the sending state."

The crux of the matter is whether Catholic priests are more citizens of their country or diplomats of the Catholic Church. Which is not obvious or trivial.

My views are not biased. I'm not a Catholic. I'm not even religious. I can simply see where they're coming from. Your conclusions seems to be "They are all evil greedy corrupt bastards" and then everything you see, read or hear is biased by your already formed conclusion.
User avatar #669 - jblackmetal (12/19/2013) [-]
Alright, so your point is that the vatican may choose to issue an express command of diplomacy to another country's ministers of a faith because their state is the religious authority of the religion the minister has claimed his faith to be. Which gives them the right to interfere as they see fit. Yet I am unjust is calling them corrupt because of their history of covering up crimes committed by MANY people associated with a fucking religion? They don't care about victims. It's all about saving face. Publicity makes them look bad and they can't have it exist in a world that wont buy "will of God" bullshit.

Search for his name and cover ups. You'll find things.
User avatar #673 - ChewyConor (12/19/2013) [-]
Every member of the clergy is officially appointed by a Vatican representative (i.e. Bishop or Cardinal, who are in turn appointed by Vatican representatives) It's not simply someone claiming to be a Catholic and suddenly having immunity.

I did a google search and all I can find is about someone accused of being a pedophile got removed from their post without informing the country they were in. Hardly a mass cover up. I still haven't read a single media report or reliable piece of information that cannot be explained by the Vatican simply wanting to prosecute internally and without huge media coverage.

"They don't care about victims."
Are you sure your views aren't biased? How could you possibly know what they care about? Stop spouting shit or find something genuine that can't be explained by the position I've stated above.

They may have a corrupt history. There may have been horrible people who reached powerful positions and did terrible things. That doesn't mean that the whole system is corrupt. Nor does it mean that the current crop of people is corrupt or that they aren't doing their utmost to eradicate corruption from the Church.
#646 - 1 instance is them refusing to give up info on pedophile pries…  [+] (7 new replies) 12/19/2013 on Person Of The Year 0
User avatar #653 - ChewyConor (12/19/2013) [-]
Firstly the pedophile priests thing was the previous Pope not this one, but even if we talk about that, the Vatican wanted to deal with those people internally. They held that the Catholic priests were representing the Vatican more than they were citizens of their country, they were more like international diplomats, regardless of their nationality, and therefore they should be dealt with, sentenced and punished from within the Vatican. In order to do so they needed to block the state's criminal prosecutions against them first (you can't deal with someone who's in prison 1000 miles away). Whether they went too far or were simply protecting pedophiles from prosecution is completely unknown because all the media reported about was the fact that the Vatican was blocking criminal prosecutions against pedophiles, the end.

"But there is much more the vatican hides that everyone else holds up. Knowing that no one will enforce them knowing that their own borders have catholics and could cause strife in their own countries."
That's also why they're a separate nation. To give them that freedom. What enforcement should have happened?
User avatar #656 - jblackmetal (12/19/2013) [-]
Ok, so you're saying that because the priests were catholic they should only be dealt with by the vatican? Are you retarded? That's like saying that a muslim who commits an act of terror should be sent to saudi arabia, iraq, iran, or any of those countries for them to be dealt with even if they were born in America. No, you commit a crime in a country and you are subject to that country's laws. JUST LIKE EVERYONE ELSE.

BTW, you're misinformed, he has attempted to cover up pedophiles already. He sure as hell isn't releasing information. They've covered a lot more up than just pedophiles.
User avatar #657 - ChewyConor (12/19/2013) [-]
It's nothing like sending a muslim terrorist for prosecution to iran or iraq or saudi arabia. If Mecca was a separate country with an independent muslim leadership AND it was muslim Imams, not just regular muslims, who were doing those things, then it would start to look similar and I'd be happy for them being sent to Mecca for punishment. I agree that people should be punished for crimes based on the country's laws where they committed the crime, but it gets more complicated with international diplomats and I think a Catholic priest represents the Vatican as much as any international diplomat represents their country.

I think you're the one who's misinformed. He's already issued a bill demanding that any member of the clergy who becomes aware of any criminal activity by another, especially in regards to child abuse, must report it immediately.

They're not releasing information because they want to prosecute them internally! If they released information, they would get thrown in jail in whatever country they're in.

You can be of the opinion that they SHOULD be thrown in jail in whatever country they're in, but given the Vatican's desire to prosecute internally, I can't see how they've acted wrongly at all.

User avatar #660 - jblackmetal (12/19/2013) [-]
Look it up. You'd be suprised.

The country that the offense happened in has the right to punish the ones that made the offense. The families of the victim deserve justice and witnesses will have to testify. The vatican isn't above laws that other countries have to abide by. By doing what they have done they silence witnesses and let criminals slip by. Your view appears very biased and clouded.
User avatar #665 - ChewyConor (12/19/2013) [-]
Look what up?

If the Vatican views their priests as diplomats on a diplomatic mission, then it follows that:
"The most fundamental rule of diplomatic law is that the person of a diplomatic agent is inviolable. Diplomats may not be detained or arrested, and enjoy complete immunity from criminal prosecution in the receiving state, although there is no immunity from the jurisdiction of the sending state."

The crux of the matter is whether Catholic priests are more citizens of their country or diplomats of the Catholic Church. Which is not obvious or trivial.

My views are not biased. I'm not a Catholic. I'm not even religious. I can simply see where they're coming from. Your conclusions seems to be "They are all evil greedy corrupt bastards" and then everything you see, read or hear is biased by your already formed conclusion.
User avatar #669 - jblackmetal (12/19/2013) [-]
Alright, so your point is that the vatican may choose to issue an express command of diplomacy to another country's ministers of a faith because their state is the religious authority of the religion the minister has claimed his faith to be. Which gives them the right to interfere as they see fit. Yet I am unjust is calling them corrupt because of their history of covering up crimes committed by MANY people associated with a fucking religion? They don't care about victims. It's all about saving face. Publicity makes them look bad and they can't have it exist in a world that wont buy "will of God" bullshit.

Search for his name and cover ups. You'll find things.
User avatar #673 - ChewyConor (12/19/2013) [-]
Every member of the clergy is officially appointed by a Vatican representative (i.e. Bishop or Cardinal, who are in turn appointed by Vatican representatives) It's not simply someone claiming to be a Catholic and suddenly having immunity.

I did a google search and all I can find is about someone accused of being a pedophile got removed from their post without informing the country they were in. Hardly a mass cover up. I still haven't read a single media report or reliable piece of information that cannot be explained by the Vatican simply wanting to prosecute internally and without huge media coverage.

"They don't care about victims."
Are you sure your views aren't biased? How could you possibly know what they care about? Stop spouting shit or find something genuine that can't be explained by the position I've stated above.

They may have a corrupt history. There may have been horrible people who reached powerful positions and did terrible things. That doesn't mean that the whole system is corrupt. Nor does it mean that the current crop of people is corrupt or that they aren't doing their utmost to eradicate corruption from the Church.
#127 - Not a very good or educated insult. They work best when they a…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/19/2013 on The little shit 0
User avatar #128 - teoferrazzi (12/19/2013) [-]
it wasn't an insult. it was a statement.
#125 - You idiot, Jews get presents for like 2 weeks straight.  [+] (3 new replies) 12/19/2013 on The little shit 0
User avatar #126 - teoferrazzi (12/19/2013) [-]
yeah sure, they get keychains and socks for two week straight.
whoop-de-doo.
User avatar #127 - jblackmetal (12/19/2013) [-]
Not a very good or educated insult. They work best when they are accurate.
User avatar #128 - teoferrazzi (12/19/2013) [-]
it wasn't an insult. it was a statement.
#640 - Who gives a **** ? Until he changes how the vatica…  [+] (9 new replies) 12/19/2013 on Person Of The Year 0
User avatar #641 - ChewyConor (12/19/2013) [-]
Most people give a shit actually. One of the most powerful, influential and historically most violent religious groups is preaching a fuck ton of peace and tolerance. That's not something to be palmed off as insignificant.
It's not his job to feed the poor etc. he is going well above and beyond. It's also not his job to change the views of the Vatican. There are several hsitorical documents that the Catholic Church uses for reference as well as the Bible, e.g. the Catechism of the Catholic Church, or the Creed. They are their own country, so they have their own laws, that's just a fact. They are also the leaders of well over a billion people's religious views, so yeah, they dish out rules and guidance and expect them to follow that. There's nothing wrong with that set of facts. Especially when what they're preaching is peace and tolerance and growing humanity together.
User avatar #646 - jblackmetal (12/19/2013) [-]
1 instance is them refusing to give up info on pedophile priests. There is no way to justify that. But there is much more the vatican hides that everyone else holds up. Knowing that no one will enforce them knowing that their own borders have catholics and could cause strife in their own countries.
User avatar #653 - ChewyConor (12/19/2013) [-]
Firstly the pedophile priests thing was the previous Pope not this one, but even if we talk about that, the Vatican wanted to deal with those people internally. They held that the Catholic priests were representing the Vatican more than they were citizens of their country, they were more like international diplomats, regardless of their nationality, and therefore they should be dealt with, sentenced and punished from within the Vatican. In order to do so they needed to block the state's criminal prosecutions against them first (you can't deal with someone who's in prison 1000 miles away). Whether they went too far or were simply protecting pedophiles from prosecution is completely unknown because all the media reported about was the fact that the Vatican was blocking criminal prosecutions against pedophiles, the end.

"But there is much more the vatican hides that everyone else holds up. Knowing that no one will enforce them knowing that their own borders have catholics and could cause strife in their own countries."
That's also why they're a separate nation. To give them that freedom. What enforcement should have happened?
User avatar #656 - jblackmetal (12/19/2013) [-]
Ok, so you're saying that because the priests were catholic they should only be dealt with by the vatican? Are you retarded? That's like saying that a muslim who commits an act of terror should be sent to saudi arabia, iraq, iran, or any of those countries for them to be dealt with even if they were born in America. No, you commit a crime in a country and you are subject to that country's laws. JUST LIKE EVERYONE ELSE.

BTW, you're misinformed, he has attempted to cover up pedophiles already. He sure as hell isn't releasing information. They've covered a lot more up than just pedophiles.
User avatar #657 - ChewyConor (12/19/2013) [-]
It's nothing like sending a muslim terrorist for prosecution to iran or iraq or saudi arabia. If Mecca was a separate country with an independent muslim leadership AND it was muslim Imams, not just regular muslims, who were doing those things, then it would start to look similar and I'd be happy for them being sent to Mecca for punishment. I agree that people should be punished for crimes based on the country's laws where they committed the crime, but it gets more complicated with international diplomats and I think a Catholic priest represents the Vatican as much as any international diplomat represents their country.

I think you're the one who's misinformed. He's already issued a bill demanding that any member of the clergy who becomes aware of any criminal activity by another, especially in regards to child abuse, must report it immediately.

They're not releasing information because they want to prosecute them internally! If they released information, they would get thrown in jail in whatever country they're in.

You can be of the opinion that they SHOULD be thrown in jail in whatever country they're in, but given the Vatican's desire to prosecute internally, I can't see how they've acted wrongly at all.

User avatar #660 - jblackmetal (12/19/2013) [-]
Look it up. You'd be suprised.

The country that the offense happened in has the right to punish the ones that made the offense. The families of the victim deserve justice and witnesses will have to testify. The vatican isn't above laws that other countries have to abide by. By doing what they have done they silence witnesses and let criminals slip by. Your view appears very biased and clouded.
User avatar #665 - ChewyConor (12/19/2013) [-]
Look what up?

If the Vatican views their priests as diplomats on a diplomatic mission, then it follows that:
"The most fundamental rule of diplomatic law is that the person of a diplomatic agent is inviolable. Diplomats may not be detained or arrested, and enjoy complete immunity from criminal prosecution in the receiving state, although there is no immunity from the jurisdiction of the sending state."

The crux of the matter is whether Catholic priests are more citizens of their country or diplomats of the Catholic Church. Which is not obvious or trivial.

My views are not biased. I'm not a Catholic. I'm not even religious. I can simply see where they're coming from. Your conclusions seems to be "They are all evil greedy corrupt bastards" and then everything you see, read or hear is biased by your already formed conclusion.
User avatar #669 - jblackmetal (12/19/2013) [-]
Alright, so your point is that the vatican may choose to issue an express command of diplomacy to another country's ministers of a faith because their state is the religious authority of the religion the minister has claimed his faith to be. Which gives them the right to interfere as they see fit. Yet I am unjust is calling them corrupt because of their history of covering up crimes committed by MANY people associated with a fucking religion? They don't care about victims. It's all about saving face. Publicity makes them look bad and they can't have it exist in a world that wont buy "will of God" bullshit.

Search for his name and cover ups. You'll find things.
User avatar #673 - ChewyConor (12/19/2013) [-]
Every member of the clergy is officially appointed by a Vatican representative (i.e. Bishop or Cardinal, who are in turn appointed by Vatican representatives) It's not simply someone claiming to be a Catholic and suddenly having immunity.

I did a google search and all I can find is about someone accused of being a pedophile got removed from their post without informing the country they were in. Hardly a mass cover up. I still haven't read a single media report or reliable piece of information that cannot be explained by the Vatican simply wanting to prosecute internally and without huge media coverage.

"They don't care about victims."
Are you sure your views aren't biased? How could you possibly know what they care about? Stop spouting shit or find something genuine that can't be explained by the position I've stated above.

They may have a corrupt history. There may have been horrible people who reached powerful positions and did terrible things. That doesn't mean that the whole system is corrupt. Nor does it mean that the current crop of people is corrupt or that they aren't doing their utmost to eradicate corruption from the Church.
#39 - I literally don't get **** and I don't cry about it  [+] (8 new replies) 12/19/2013 on The little shit -7
User avatar #124 - teoferrazzi (12/19/2013) [-]
don't brag about being a jew
User avatar #125 - jblackmetal (12/19/2013) [-]
You idiot, Jews get presents for like 2 weeks straight.
User avatar #126 - teoferrazzi (12/19/2013) [-]
yeah sure, they get keychains and socks for two week straight.
whoop-de-doo.
User avatar #127 - jblackmetal (12/19/2013) [-]
Not a very good or educated insult. They work best when they are accurate.
User avatar #128 - teoferrazzi (12/19/2013) [-]
it wasn't an insult. it was a statement.
#64 - bigmanblue (12/19/2013) [-]
i dont even ask for shit
the last 4 years my christmas wishlist has been
"i dunno a board game mabey"
#140 - anonymous (12/19/2013) [-]
same i dun get much for my birthday or any holidays maybe just some cash and dinner if i am lucky
User avatar #41 - TheHutchie (12/19/2013) [-]
I don't think anybody literally does get shit for Christmas.

If I did, I'd probably cry,
#48 - I have a duaghter and I could tell you that … 12/18/2013 on Veronica +3
#99 - I would probably do it on purpose because I'm a dick to myself… 12/18/2013 on Well chosen... 0
#246 - **jblackmetal rolled a random image posted in comment #20575… 12/18/2013 on Head Man +1
#68 - 0$ X 35$2µi╚  [+] (1 new reply) 12/11/2013 on So that kid made my mom... 0
User avatar #69 - warioteam (12/11/2013) [-]
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#66 - 2$50  [+] (4 new replies) 12/11/2013 on So that kid made my mom... +1
User avatar #67 - tarekmig (12/11/2013) [-]
2 pairs of 50$
User avatar #86 - LookinHereWhy (12/11/2013) [-]
2 pairs is 4 you dingdong
User avatar #68 - jblackmetal (12/11/2013) [-]
0$ X 35$2µi╚
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User avatar #1 - revengeforfreeze (02/17/2014) [-]
interests skin

im listening to well.. sea wolf is more viking but it's still by bathory

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