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jefticles

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Date Signed Up:9/05/2013
Last Login:7/03/2015
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#26 - Oh, kinda like how you're free to fly a flag with a swastika o… 06/30/2015 on Ban the Flag 0
#32 - This premise is stupid enough as is, but seriously: this guy w… 06/29/2015 on I'd probably die 0
#20 - What? It's not banned, you can still have one. You just can't …  [+] (2 new replies) 06/29/2015 on Ban the Flag +1
#24 - Rascal (06/30/2015) [-]
It's not legally banned, but it's banned socially. The moment you start flying a Confederate Flag now is to commit social suicide. Because you'll instantly be labelled as a racist and murder-supporter, whether that was your intention or not is irrelevant.

This is going to be the kneejerk reaction inherent in the Confederate Flag stigma from now on. Don't know when people will cool off, probably in a year or so when everyone's mostly forgotten, but I'm not sure.
#26 - jefticles (06/30/2015) [-]
Oh, kinda like how you're free to fly a flag with a swastika on it, but there will be consequences to said perfectly-legal action?
#57 - Why is an airline pilot pepper spraying that guy? 06/10/2015 on Pepper Spray +1
#99 - I'm going under, I'm going to need mouth-to-cock resuscitation. 06/09/2015 on Fall in love, you lose -2
#57 - I don't know, they both look pretty delicious... 06/01/2015 on fat vs muscle 0
#65 - Muggles in their...rightful place. 05/28/2015 on cool glass floor 0
#148 - Well obviously those guys at continuum were right. I mean, the… 05/22/2015 on Fact comp #8 0
#32 - You have a fundamental misunderstanding of what zoos are, dude…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/22/2015 on lie down, try not to cry,... +7
User avatar #33 - Nigga (05/22/2015) [-]
No I understand they're not "wild" though they're definitely not house bred, I'm saying these animals are contained within areas that are much much smaller than seen in the wild, the ones I hate is birds, they migrate thousands of miles yet people contain birds in cages that are tiny. These animals were designed to fly yet we feel the need to trap them.

Predators as well like lions and tigers, they're given carcasses but in the wild they're killing machines and travel and hunt.

I know that people see them as being kept safe but we're only protecting them from shit like poachers, I am sure they would figure out how to survive in the wild in most circumstances, and I see how you perceive zoo's and that's fine but I'm trying to express the way I see them
#30 - You serious, bro? The original animals in the first z…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/22/2015 on lie down, try not to cry,... +1
User avatar #31 - Nigga (05/22/2015) [-]
The comparison I made is completely valid, slaves were brought from Africa to all over the globe where they were kept in chains and bred for certain purposes now if I rephrase that as animals were brought from Africa to all over the globe where they were kept in chains for certain purposes we have another true statement.

Animals in captivity as beautiful as they are to see up close isn't a good thing, nothing should be caged up and restricted to the same cell for their whole life, they aren't prisoners who have committed crimes, just because we are the most intelligent species (well some of us) doesn't mean we have the right to keep animals prisoner for our own amusement and personal gain
#32 - jefticles (05/22/2015) [-]
You have a fundamental misunderstanding of what zoos are, dude. They're not animal jail. That's the equivalent of considering your pets hostages.

Those animals are not wild animals. They do not know how to get their own food, escape from predators or survive in the wild any better than you or I do. Looking at an animal in the zoo and thinking it should be free because you impose your own values on that situation is essentially the same argument as looking at a wild animal and thinking that you should take it and build somewhere to keep it so that it'll be safe instead of out in the wilderness.

Am I...am I getting through at all here, mate?
User avatar #33 - Nigga (05/22/2015) [-]
No I understand they're not "wild" though they're definitely not house bred, I'm saying these animals are contained within areas that are much much smaller than seen in the wild, the ones I hate is birds, they migrate thousands of miles yet people contain birds in cages that are tiny. These animals were designed to fly yet we feel the need to trap them.

Predators as well like lions and tigers, they're given carcasses but in the wild they're killing machines and travel and hunt.

I know that people see them as being kept safe but we're only protecting them from shit like poachers, I am sure they would figure out how to survive in the wild in most circumstances, and I see how you perceive zoo's and that's fine but I'm trying to express the way I see them
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