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juciefruit

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#26 - That's great, I've seen people devote themselves to similar th…  [+] (1 reply) 01/14/2015 on Inspirational 0
#28 - kanedam (01/14/2015) [-]
so what?
does one only have one try?

take a woman for example. i know guys that tried for years to get one particular girl, and after many many times she said no he got her. an has been together with her for 15 years now.
the same applies to the job: so you got turned down. alright. how many times did you keep on trying? how did you try to convince the boss that its your all to get that job?

it immediately reminds me of two other storys. one about a temple: newcomers were told that there is no free place. only those who simply stayed in front of the gate until they got in were allowed. some camped there for days almost starving, declaring that there was no life for them if they werent allowed to enter.
second about a tactic of the ira to get new people. they told interested people to show up there and then, and when the person went to the meeting place and time, nobody was there. the person had to try again to get into contact with someone who could introduce them... just to have again nobody come up at the meeting. they did that for several times because if the person kept cmoing and coming and coming and kept trying to get in than he surely really wanted it.

just two short examples. i would like you to explain those examples you had in mind now, did they really give 100% and didnt accept defeat no matter what in pursuit of their goal?
#25 - You can devote your whole life to become President of the Unit…  [+] (1 reply) 01/14/2015 on Inspirational 0
#29 - kanedam (01/14/2015) [-]
how many people do you know that really gave presidency 100% their whole life long and didnt make it?
its an example that isnt an example because its a hypothesis, not a fact. you just declare that it wont be happening without any solid evidence that it wouldnt happen
#16 - My opinion is based on what was written, your's is based on pe…  [+] (4 replies) 01/14/2015 on Inspirational +1
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#17 - xxmarkusxx (01/14/2015) [-]
Taking art at face value is only going to make it seem retarded. I mean, The Mona Lisa is just an ugly bitch sitting down.
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#27 - juciefruit (01/14/2015) [-]
Again, your perspective. Glass half full/Glass half empty type of thing. Your perspective is [Blank], I was stating what was written.
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#30 - xxmarkusxx (01/16/2015) [-]
You are entirely too literal.
#18 - zeldamasterace (01/14/2015) [-]
i enjoyed the comic, but am interested to see where this debate goes.

please. continue.
#12 - No, the artist clearly wrote that people have exactly the life…  [+] (7 replies) 01/14/2015 on Inspirational +1
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#14 - xxmarkusxx (01/14/2015) [-]
Yes, he is saying that people have exactly the life they want, but he isn't stating that they follow the most direct route to what they want. Just because you don't get into Julliard doesn't mean you can't be a famous musician. Again your thinking in specifics, where he is thinking in generalities.
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#16 - juciefruit (01/14/2015) [-]
My opinion is based on what was written, your's is based on perception of what was written. You can argue your perception on it, but what was written was actually written down. There isn't arguing that.
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#17 - xxmarkusxx (01/14/2015) [-]
Taking art at face value is only going to make it seem retarded. I mean, The Mona Lisa is just an ugly bitch sitting down.
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#27 - juciefruit (01/14/2015) [-]
Again, your perspective. Glass half full/Glass half empty type of thing. Your perspective is [Blank], I was stating what was written.
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#30 - xxmarkusxx (01/16/2015) [-]
You are entirely too literal.
#18 - zeldamasterace (01/14/2015) [-]
i enjoyed the comic, but am interested to see where this debate goes.

please. continue.
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#15 - xxmarkusxx (01/14/2015) [-]
you're*
#9 - That's not true, a lot of people try and fail at a lot of thin…  [+] (15 replies) 01/14/2015 on Inspirational +2
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#23 - captainfuckitall (01/14/2015) [-]
But you WOULD get to a better college if you studied instead of watched tv. And you would get a better job/promotion if you worked harder and gained more experience rather than went to parties.

What he's trying to say is just that if you truly, madly want something; you will focus all of yourself toward its completion, and it will be completed. If you don't, it won't.
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#25 - juciefruit (01/14/2015) [-]
You can devote your whole life to become President of the United States but no matter how much you try it prob wont happen. Not because you didn't work hard enough or didn't want it enough, but because its incredibly difficult and sometimes you can devote your life to something and not achieve it.
#29 - kanedam (01/14/2015) [-]
how many people do you know that really gave presidency 100% their whole life long and didnt make it?
its an example that isnt an example because its a hypothesis, not a fact. you just declare that it wont be happening without any solid evidence that it wouldnt happen
#19 - kanedam (01/14/2015) [-]
oh really?
i have seldom seen people give 100% and not make it into a certain school or get the job they want. maybe not in the first try, but they tried again and again until they got what they wanted.
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#26 - juciefruit (01/14/2015) [-]
That's great, I've seen people devote themselves to similar things but sometimes it doesn't happen. Hard work and determination are great but they aren't the soul substance of what it takes to achieve something. Say you want a job, but the employer highers someones else for a racial or sexual reason, maybe they just got a stick up their ass and don't like you despite you giving your life to that purpose. You didn't get it not because you didn't want it enough, but because life throws curve balls.
#28 - kanedam (01/14/2015) [-]
so what?
does one only have one try?

take a woman for example. i know guys that tried for years to get one particular girl, and after many many times she said no he got her. an has been together with her for 15 years now.
the same applies to the job: so you got turned down. alright. how many times did you keep on trying? how did you try to convince the boss that its your all to get that job?

it immediately reminds me of two other storys. one about a temple: newcomers were told that there is no free place. only those who simply stayed in front of the gate until they got in were allowed. some camped there for days almost starving, declaring that there was no life for them if they werent allowed to enter.
second about a tactic of the ira to get new people. they told interested people to show up there and then, and when the person went to the meeting place and time, nobody was there. the person had to try again to get into contact with someone who could introduce them... just to have again nobody come up at the meeting. they did that for several times because if the person kept cmoing and coming and coming and kept trying to get in than he surely really wanted it.

just two short examples. i would like you to explain those examples you had in mind now, did they really give 100% and didnt accept defeat no matter what in pursuit of their goal?
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#11 - xxmarkusxx (01/14/2015) [-]
That's not the point. He's saying that the reason behind the pursuit is what you put emphasis on. The high school graduate is looking into a college because he desires an education or degree. If he really wants it, despite rejection from his ideal school he will continue to pursue his education. You're hung up on the details, the artist is talking more generally.
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#12 - juciefruit (01/14/2015) [-]
No, the artist clearly wrote that people have exactly the life they want. And if they don't have something that isn't physically impossible to have it's because they don't want it enough. That's bullcrap explaining cowshit.
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#14 - xxmarkusxx (01/14/2015) [-]
Yes, he is saying that people have exactly the life they want, but he isn't stating that they follow the most direct route to what they want. Just because you don't get into Julliard doesn't mean you can't be a famous musician. Again your thinking in specifics, where he is thinking in generalities.
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#16 - juciefruit (01/14/2015) [-]
My opinion is based on what was written, your's is based on perception of what was written. You can argue your perception on it, but what was written was actually written down. There isn't arguing that.
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#17 - xxmarkusxx (01/14/2015) [-]
Taking art at face value is only going to make it seem retarded. I mean, The Mona Lisa is just an ugly bitch sitting down.
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#27 - juciefruit (01/14/2015) [-]
Again, your perspective. Glass half full/Glass half empty type of thing. Your perspective is [Blank], I was stating what was written.
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#30 - xxmarkusxx (01/16/2015) [-]
You are entirely too literal.
#18 - zeldamasterace (01/14/2015) [-]
i enjoyed the comic, but am interested to see where this debate goes.

please. continue.
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#15 - xxmarkusxx (01/14/2015) [-]
you're*
#51 - Picture  [+] (1 reply) 01/01/2015 on Murica 0
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#60 - carlwinchester (01/01/2015) [-]
this needs more thumbs
#11 - Didn't Orochimaru kill Gaara's father?  [+] (1 reply) 12/24/2014 on Thanks Dad +5
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#12 - okamiterasu (12/24/2014) [-]
Reanimation ex machina