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#442533 - TheseChocodiles (12/06/2015) [-]
yesterday I saw the worst cheese dick I've ever seen in my life wait il explain the situation
I was working and a patient asked if he could use the bottle to pee, so my job is to position the bottle (it's a hospital made pee bottle not just like a Pepsi bottle) around the penis, but like I couldn't really find his penis cause it was tucked all up in the foreskin and he was like "oh for goodness sake can ya not find me willy" in a strong English accent and he popped it out of his foreskin and it was so dirty like covered in white shit
I have a very strong stomach usually, but that genuinely made me feel nauseous
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#320 - anon (12/06/2015) [-]
You are completely missing the point, paris got more media coverage because the media and governments can gain something out of it, not because they are an older ally. Kenya is an older ally (UK) and has never been our enemy but the media did not cover the 140+ university shooting to anywhere near the same extent. Fear sells and allows you to do as you wish to the fearful, and people dying in kenya doesn't scare people. So the point when these posts are made is to not trust the media coverage/actions of government afterwards, an attack has already been made in london as a direct response to the government's pointless and expensive decision to bomb syria. And the even more pointless shows of support like the flag thing benefits only the media covering it getting them top stories, if you really want to show support actually do something.
Also the idea that countries are either friends or enemies is incredibly american. You are not at war with any country in the middle east, you are at war with a militant religious faction that has no elected right to the country, you are also ignoring the 20 or so factions that also fit that description. And no country has an obligation to support another, the UK is about to be ruined by a TTIP agreement that will let US businesses fuck us up, under the guise of mutual benefit. Our connection to the US has been destroying us slowly since 2000
#270 - billburr (11/15/2015) [-]
I think the point they're trying to make is just that when something terrible happens, we shouldn't rush in to get revenge. Especially when all evidence indicates that the revenge would just aggravate the problem.
Just like we can't bomb the ocean after a tsunami, we can't bomb the middle east over a few brainwashed idiots
#117 - minorian (11/15/2015) [-]
I understand the rage at those bigoted facebook-comment, but they have a point.
One actress from "Orange is the new Black" first tweeted "Pray for Paris", but then changed it to "Pray for the entire world" after she learned about the attacks in Lebanon and Syria too. Her followers went amok, and there's whole articles debating how she is taking away "attention" from Paris.
The fact is that it's just because it hits close to home. We can't relate to car bombings and mass-executions in the Middle-east, but everyone can relate to baguettes. It's partly because the tragedies are so more frequent and that we relate more to what happens in Paris, and think "that could have been us.".
The earthquake in Japan wasn't anything to report on. As far as I know, no one was even seriously injured, which is amazing. You bet your ass it would be all over the news if it was just half as bad as what happened in Paris.
In human terms, it would be like if you had a granddad living in the other end of the country, who has bad shit happening to him all the time, compared to if your nephew from across the street got Leukemia.