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#173 - i researched that topic. i'm not against gmo's. but the ar…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/28/2015 on Why the leader of... 0
User avatar #192 - thegamegestapo (07/29/2015) [-]
Most of the negative effects are routed in the fact that large companies sell seeds to GMOs designed not to be able to produce seeds of their own, leaving the farmer dependent on the company. In other words, people are the problem.

If in your research you managed to unearth some actual peer approved evidence that GMOs have a negative impact on the environment when compared to traditional crops treated with fertiliser then I'd love to hear it. I'm currently sceptical of your assertion as I briefly interned at both the Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine and the Roslin Institute, where I met many expert in the field who were highly vocal in their support of GMOs.
#171 - i'm not angry. just people without proper knowledge acting…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/28/2015 on Why the leader of... 0
#177 - catx (07/28/2015) [-]
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**catx rolled image**Typically I wouldn't say fj is a great medium for intelligent discussion, and useful expression of ones opinion. I did find your comment about their opinion being null, because of its lack of relevance to your local elections, to be very funny. Tell me, do you think your thoughts and ideas will be more respected, or objectively considered by your local elected official, or someone that lives very far away and has nothing to do with your governments system?
#178 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
what i meant to say was:

if someone lives around me and has an impact on elections i would consider talking more about pro/con of different topics. i would try to research and discuss it together so we get to a better understanding to make sure the best solution would be mainstream-view and that our gov would take the right stance, according to what we believe in.
since it isnt the case here i will save my energy.
#180 - catx (07/28/2015) [-]
I can definitely respect that stance on sharing and seeking knowledge together. I see that I didn't understand your statement completely. I admire your faith in the gov. I don't share that faith. It seems to me that people are way to easily influenced in the gov. to be counted on to make the best decisions for everyone. It certainly seems like some try. I'll leave it at that.
#185 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
the gov itself is fucked up.

but i got to admit that in a few crucial topics the people in my country are on a good position so they tend to really annoy the government a lot to not be as crappy as it would like to be.
#125 - sorry... i was going to reply a long text explaining it to you…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/28/2015 on Why the leader of... -2
#190 - sometimeswefuck (07/29/2015) [-]
Typical excuse for someone who can't back their own argument.

Have fun being misinformed
#120 - uh... what dont you understand about this sentence that it mak…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/28/2015 on Why the leader of... -2
#123 - sometimeswefuck (07/28/2015) [-]
Its your not understanding that makes me lol

Obviously GMO and selective breeding aren't equivalent, however selective breeding is a type of GMO.
The same way nicotine consumption and smoking are not equivalent, rather, smoking is simply a form of nicotine consumption
#125 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
sorry... i was going to reply a long text explaining it to you.

but fuck it, its the internet. you wouldnt accept you are wrong anyway and i got better things to do. if you compare selective breeding to genetic engineering alright... do it.
i dont really care, you live far away from me most likely that your ignorance doesnt matter as an opinion in elections where i'm from.
#190 - sometimeswefuck (07/29/2015) [-]
Typical excuse for someone who can't back their own argument.

Have fun being misinformed
#118 - as said before: no, thats not gmo. it clearly shows you do… 07/28/2015 on Why the leader of... -2
#117 - A genetically modified organism (GMO), also known as a transge…  [+] (14 new replies) 07/28/2015 on Why the leader of... -1
#143 - catx (07/28/2015) [-]
Wow, it's hard to want to understand your perspective over your shitty attitude. lol Why you so angry brah?
#171 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
i'm not angry.
just people without proper knowledge acting all smug annoyed me a bit.

from their responses i got pretty fast that neither really researched anything about that topic so i stepped back from the discussion.
#177 - catx (07/28/2015) [-]
**catx used "*roll picture*"**
**catx rolled image**Typically I wouldn't say fj is a great medium for intelligent discussion, and useful expression of ones opinion. I did find your comment about their opinion being null, because of its lack of relevance to your local elections, to be very funny. Tell me, do you think your thoughts and ideas will be more respected, or objectively considered by your local elected official, or someone that lives very far away and has nothing to do with your governments system?
#178 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
what i meant to say was:

if someone lives around me and has an impact on elections i would consider talking more about pro/con of different topics. i would try to research and discuss it together so we get to a better understanding to make sure the best solution would be mainstream-view and that our gov would take the right stance, according to what we believe in.
since it isnt the case here i will save my energy.
#180 - catx (07/28/2015) [-]
I can definitely respect that stance on sharing and seeking knowledge together. I see that I didn't understand your statement completely. I admire your faith in the gov. I don't share that faith. It seems to me that people are way to easily influenced in the gov. to be counted on to make the best decisions for everyone. It certainly seems like some try. I'll leave it at that.
#185 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
the gov itself is fucked up.

but i got to admit that in a few crucial topics the people in my country are on a good position so they tend to really annoy the government a lot to not be as crappy as it would like to be.
User avatar #135 - thegamegestapo (07/28/2015) [-]
Do you know why people don't believe you? It's because you seem to think GMOs are in any way harmful.

You know what is pretty harmful though: starvation.
#173 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
i researched that topic.
i'm not against gmo's. but the arguments i hear so often on the net are plain stupid and show a lack of understanding of the topic.

nobody who seriously researched gmo's and their ecological and economical effects can say that there is no negative side effect. there are many known negative effects, especially for the farmers.
User avatar #192 - thegamegestapo (07/29/2015) [-]
Most of the negative effects are routed in the fact that large companies sell seeds to GMOs designed not to be able to produce seeds of their own, leaving the farmer dependent on the company. In other words, people are the problem.

If in your research you managed to unearth some actual peer approved evidence that GMOs have a negative impact on the environment when compared to traditional crops treated with fertiliser then I'd love to hear it. I'm currently sceptical of your assertion as I briefly interned at both the Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine and the Roslin Institute, where I met many expert in the field who were highly vocal in their support of GMOs.
#119 - sometimeswefuck (07/28/2015) [-]
"Selective breeding is a form of genetic modification which doesn’t involve the addition of any foreign genetic material (DNA) into the organism"

lol.
#120 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
uh... what dont you understand about this sentence that it makes you lol?
#123 - sometimeswefuck (07/28/2015) [-]
Its your not understanding that makes me lol

Obviously GMO and selective breeding aren't equivalent, however selective breeding is a type of GMO.
The same way nicotine consumption and smoking are not equivalent, rather, smoking is simply a form of nicotine consumption
#125 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
sorry... i was going to reply a long text explaining it to you.

but fuck it, its the internet. you wouldnt accept you are wrong anyway and i got better things to do. if you compare selective breeding to genetic engineering alright... do it.
i dont really care, you live far away from me most likely that your ignorance doesnt matter as an opinion in elections where i'm from.
#190 - sometimeswefuck (07/29/2015) [-]
Typical excuse for someone who can't back their own argument.

Have fun being misinformed
#114 - there are scientists on both sides. i live in a country wh…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/28/2015 on Why the leader of... 0
#187 - angelusprimus (07/28/2015) [-]
Interesting, because I go to a lot of scientific conventions, for business. (and if you ever wanted to be in a room of about 200 people and feel like the dumbest person in the room I highly recommend going to conventions like that) and I talked to people from all across the world, and less than one person in ten who has any biology background says anything bad about ecological (that's how its spelled) and biological aspects of GMOs.
They all have a lot to say about gene patenting. Some of the things they have to say is an education in itself. If you want to hear a person with two doctorates and a tenure at Cambridge swear ask them about gene patenting.
But idea that GMOs are in any way worse biologically than selectively bred is laughable.
#188 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
never said they are in biological ways.
eventhough: they can be. there is no long running study so far about the effect they will have on nature. there are so far just a few hypothesis, but they get almost no funding to really get researched on (like the link between gmo and bees dying)

but what you mentioned is what i meant. the gene patents and the way it is handled right now is a big problem. it can ruin farmers, especially that genes are getting patented that also exist in long existing breeds, meaning farmers have to pay eventhough they never got any seeds or animals from the companies having the patents.
the problem with not being allowed to keep seeds yourself to grow next year is also a big problem to a lot of farmers, and means they are held in a bad situation (sorry, english is not my native language, its a bit harder for me to talk about such manners properly at 1am)

there are a lot of problems with gmo's right now as they are. (and that doesnt only mean the gmo itself, its about the laws, patents, companies policy and so on. i'm glad someone knows a bit about that topic. because thats why the whole "we could save millions from starving!" is not a clear and proper argument when you think about gmo's unless you ignore all the other parts of this topic)
#189 - angelusprimus (07/28/2015) [-]
Ok, few things.
You are absolutely right about how agricorp research companies are policing their products is abhorrent and wrong. Montesanto is pretty much a comic book evil corporation. BUT, there is nothing wrong with the product, just how they act on it. (That it affects bees has pretty much been discounted. Bees problem this days is that our cellphones and towers radiation interfere with their tracking, which is why 5g tech will have to be bee safe)

But it doesn't affect the golden rice. Golden rice could save millions of lives. Because the "free use for sustenance farming" has been allowed. Which means golden rice is free to farm, and keep and use as seed grain for anyone who isn't growing rice on commercial level. Even small scale sales (which means less than a ton) are allowed.
That would allow sustenance farmers in africa to grow this rice that is full of necessary nutrients that people there are lacking badly, and its a VERY high yield rice so it would seriously increase their food production output.
Golden rice could save millions of lives and its being opposed ONLY because this people think GMOs are bad. That's stupid.
#76 - mfw i hear about gmo ******** and how it 'could save mi…  [+] (33 new replies) 07/28/2015 on Why the leader of... -9
#111 - angelusprimus (07/28/2015) [-]
What I find fascinating that leading supporters of GMO are scientists, biologists, chemists etc.
And leading opponents have no scientific background what so ever.
Its almost like people fear and hate something they do not understand.
#114 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
there are scientists on both sides.
i live in a country which doesnt have gmo's and companies dont pay a lot to the universities. and, oh what a surprise: in agricultural science we learn a lot about the negative ecologican and economical aspects of gmo.
#187 - angelusprimus (07/28/2015) [-]
Interesting, because I go to a lot of scientific conventions, for business. (and if you ever wanted to be in a room of about 200 people and feel like the dumbest person in the room I highly recommend going to conventions like that) and I talked to people from all across the world, and less than one person in ten who has any biology background says anything bad about ecological (that's how its spelled) and biological aspects of GMOs.
They all have a lot to say about gene patenting. Some of the things they have to say is an education in itself. If you want to hear a person with two doctorates and a tenure at Cambridge swear ask them about gene patenting.
But idea that GMOs are in any way worse biologically than selectively bred is laughable.
#188 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
never said they are in biological ways.
eventhough: they can be. there is no long running study so far about the effect they will have on nature. there are so far just a few hypothesis, but they get almost no funding to really get researched on (like the link between gmo and bees dying)

but what you mentioned is what i meant. the gene patents and the way it is handled right now is a big problem. it can ruin farmers, especially that genes are getting patented that also exist in long existing breeds, meaning farmers have to pay eventhough they never got any seeds or animals from the companies having the patents.
the problem with not being allowed to keep seeds yourself to grow next year is also a big problem to a lot of farmers, and means they are held in a bad situation (sorry, english is not my native language, its a bit harder for me to talk about such manners properly at 1am)

there are a lot of problems with gmo's right now as they are. (and that doesnt only mean the gmo itself, its about the laws, patents, companies policy and so on. i'm glad someone knows a bit about that topic. because thats why the whole "we could save millions from starving!" is not a clear and proper argument when you think about gmo's unless you ignore all the other parts of this topic)
#189 - angelusprimus (07/28/2015) [-]
Ok, few things.
You are absolutely right about how agricorp research companies are policing their products is abhorrent and wrong. Montesanto is pretty much a comic book evil corporation. BUT, there is nothing wrong with the product, just how they act on it. (That it affects bees has pretty much been discounted. Bees problem this days is that our cellphones and towers radiation interfere with their tracking, which is why 5g tech will have to be bee safe)

But it doesn't affect the golden rice. Golden rice could save millions of lives. Because the "free use for sustenance farming" has been allowed. Which means golden rice is free to farm, and keep and use as seed grain for anyone who isn't growing rice on commercial level. Even small scale sales (which means less than a ton) are allowed.
That would allow sustenance farmers in africa to grow this rice that is full of necessary nutrients that people there are lacking badly, and its a VERY high yield rice so it would seriously increase their food production output.
Golden rice could save millions of lives and its being opposed ONLY because this people think GMOs are bad. That's stupid.
User avatar #97 - aizeinstein (07/28/2015) [-]
Oh, come on, man! Just because you have nightmares about rapist potatoes, it doesn't mean all GMOs are bad.
#79 - sometimeswefuck (07/28/2015) [-]
do you even know what GMO is?
User avatar #82 - vilememory (07/28/2015) [-]
Few people do, they hear GMO and they think mad science. Killer Tomatoes, corn that explodes. People don't realize we have been genetically modifying plants and animals since we started farming and domesticating through selective breeding.
#117 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
A genetically modified organism (GMO), also known as a transgenic organism, is any organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques

there is a difference between selective breeding and genetic engineering. per definition.
To make a GM plant, scientists need to isolate DNA from different organisms—bacteria, viruses, plants, and sometimes animals (or humans if the target gene is a human gene). They then recombine these genes biochemically in the lab to make a "gene construct," which can consist of DNA from five to fifteen different sources. This gene construct is cloned in bacteria to make lots of copies, which are then isolated. Next, the copies are shot into embryonic plant tissue (microprojectile bombardment), or moved into plant tissue via a particular bacterium (Agrobacterium) that acts as a vector. After getting the construct copies into the embryonic plant tissue, whole plants are regenerated. Only a few plants out of many hundreds will turn out to grow normally and exhibit the desired trait—such as herbicide resistance.

Or take it from Joe Mendelson, director of the Center for Food Safety.

The difference is pretty large. In regular cross pollination, the species being crossed have to be related . . . basically respecting their common evolutionary origin. But with GMOs, you can take any gene from any species and splice it into a crop. So you get fish genes in tomatoes or the like.

so please tell me more about how you know so much about that topic.

my family owns a farm and is tudied agricultural science. we had to learn a lot about gmo's and because it has an actual impact on our lifes we learned about the good and the bad things about it.
so please go on with that half assed knowledge you acussed others of. same goes to you sometimeswefuck.

no, a bred dog race is not "genetically modified"
#143 - catx (07/28/2015) [-]
Wow, it's hard to want to understand your perspective over your shitty attitude. lol Why you so angry brah?
#171 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
i'm not angry.
just people without proper knowledge acting all smug annoyed me a bit.

from their responses i got pretty fast that neither really researched anything about that topic so i stepped back from the discussion.
#177 - catx (07/28/2015) [-]
**catx used "*roll picture*"**
**catx rolled image**Typically I wouldn't say fj is a great medium for intelligent discussion, and useful expression of ones opinion. I did find your comment about their opinion being null, because of its lack of relevance to your local elections, to be very funny. Tell me, do you think your thoughts and ideas will be more respected, or objectively considered by your local elected official, or someone that lives very far away and has nothing to do with your governments system?
#178 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
what i meant to say was:

if someone lives around me and has an impact on elections i would consider talking more about pro/con of different topics. i would try to research and discuss it together so we get to a better understanding to make sure the best solution would be mainstream-view and that our gov would take the right stance, according to what we believe in.
since it isnt the case here i will save my energy.
#180 - catx (07/28/2015) [-]
I can definitely respect that stance on sharing and seeking knowledge together. I see that I didn't understand your statement completely. I admire your faith in the gov. I don't share that faith. It seems to me that people are way to easily influenced in the gov. to be counted on to make the best decisions for everyone. It certainly seems like some try. I'll leave it at that.
#185 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
the gov itself is fucked up.

but i got to admit that in a few crucial topics the people in my country are on a good position so they tend to really annoy the government a lot to not be as crappy as it would like to be.
User avatar #135 - thegamegestapo (07/28/2015) [-]
Do you know why people don't believe you? It's because you seem to think GMOs are in any way harmful.

You know what is pretty harmful though: starvation.
#173 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
i researched that topic.
i'm not against gmo's. but the arguments i hear so often on the net are plain stupid and show a lack of understanding of the topic.

nobody who seriously researched gmo's and their ecological and economical effects can say that there is no negative side effect. there are many known negative effects, especially for the farmers.
User avatar #192 - thegamegestapo (07/29/2015) [-]
Most of the negative effects are routed in the fact that large companies sell seeds to GMOs designed not to be able to produce seeds of their own, leaving the farmer dependent on the company. In other words, people are the problem.

If in your research you managed to unearth some actual peer approved evidence that GMOs have a negative impact on the environment when compared to traditional crops treated with fertiliser then I'd love to hear it. I'm currently sceptical of your assertion as I briefly interned at both the Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine and the Roslin Institute, where I met many expert in the field who were highly vocal in their support of GMOs.
#119 - sometimeswefuck (07/28/2015) [-]
"Selective breeding is a form of genetic modification which doesn’t involve the addition of any foreign genetic material (DNA) into the organism"

lol.
#120 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
uh... what dont you understand about this sentence that it makes you lol?
#123 - sometimeswefuck (07/28/2015) [-]
Its your not understanding that makes me lol

Obviously GMO and selective breeding aren't equivalent, however selective breeding is a type of GMO.
The same way nicotine consumption and smoking are not equivalent, rather, smoking is simply a form of nicotine consumption
#125 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
sorry... i was going to reply a long text explaining it to you.

but fuck it, its the internet. you wouldnt accept you are wrong anyway and i got better things to do. if you compare selective breeding to genetic engineering alright... do it.
i dont really care, you live far away from me most likely that your ignorance doesnt matter as an opinion in elections where i'm from.
#190 - sometimeswefuck (07/29/2015) [-]
Typical excuse for someone who can't back their own argument.

Have fun being misinformed
#83 - sometimeswefuck (07/28/2015) [-]
That's exactly what I was going to say LOL

people think spiderdogs or cows that grow bacon out of their tails and dumb shit like that.
Without GMO's the fruits/veggies you know today probably wouldn't exist.
User avatar #84 - vilememory (07/28/2015) [-]
Or many dog breeds, it always fucks up people when I point out their dogs are the products of GMO. Of course the problem with dogs now is that the blood lines have gotten too narrow with the pure breeds. We need to mix them up for the good of the animals but it isn't fashionable to have a 'mutt' better to have an animal that is in constant pain that requires thousands of dollars in medical care.
#118 - kanedam (07/28/2015) [-]
as said before:
no, thats not gmo. it clearly shows you dont know what that terms stands for and havent really researched the topic.
#107 - catx (07/28/2015) [-]
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**catx rolled image**As it is, we will know in time, what effects this new tech will have on our planets biosystems. Gmo's may solve many problems, and they may cause many. Only time will tell. It is awesome to see what ways humans can change a our world. It all comes down to our amazing capability and our narrow minded ways. We chose to ignore the diversity that nature has to offer and focus our intent on the handful of plants that we've used for years. We they don't offer enough, we just need to change them right?!
#104 - catx (07/28/2015) [-]
The problem with dog breeds is inbreeding. There is not enough diversity in their genes. We have the same problem with many of our agricultural plants. Having been removed from the diversity of growing naturally, they yield less nutritional value. We should never stop looking for answers to our problems with the tools we have, but we also have to be cautious in how we act on our information. If we don't understand to full context of modifications we make, and how they may effect the other plant withing their family once they start to naturally hybridize, how can we justify their introduction into the agricultural industry?
#101 - catx (07/28/2015) [-]
I'm not hating on gmos, but there is a difference in natural hybridization, and altering a plants or animals gene's yourself. We are still learning more about genetics all the time. Do we really know the extent of what we change if we don't clearly understand all the angles? How can we comfortably introduce a plant that is modified into the natural world? As far as fighting world hunger goes, there are hundreds of natural plants that can be cultivated for agricultural use. Some are being used for that now. Check out Moringa Oleifera and how its being used to fight hunger in Africa. There are over 200 different edible plants in my area alone, and very few will ever be seen in a market.
User avatar #137 - thegamegestapo (07/28/2015) [-]
Humans have always played fast and loose with the natural world, it's kind of our whole survival strategy. GMOs will allow us to take the best features of foods we've been engineering for millennia through the inefficient process of selective breeding and increase the benefits tenfold.
#155 - catx (07/28/2015) [-]
That is very true about the nature of humans. But I'm not sure there are so many problems that can be solved by gmo's that can't be solved another way. It's all about what directions we put our attentions and energies. Do we really need to modify plants to solve our problems, then spend the time and energy fixing the problems that may occur from our modifications. If there is one thing that we've learned from experience with environmental science, it is that what ever we change can cause dramatic changes to localized ecosystems. What will have the strongest impact on any system, and what will the impacts be? How will a new plant interact with its local environmental system? The same question must be asked for naturally occurring hybrids, and genetically modified hybrids. Seeing as how we are still trying to understand the complicated nature of any naturally occurring system, how can we be certain our own modified plants will not have a more detrimental effect than the ones that have developed for thousands of years?
#163 - catx (07/28/2015) [-]
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**catx rolled image**On a side note, about what plants people give their attention, there is a funny story about one of my favorites: the air potato. This awesome plant literally could replace potatoes for its starch content, and to good natural effect. This plant grows on a vine, and can be cultivated on a trestle, therefor it would not have the same detrimental effects on disturbing top soil as the potato does. They are a quickly growing plant and require controlled cultivation to be practically farm(basically you shouldn't grow them really close to trees, or they will climb and spread, but that us an easy problem to overcome). Anyway, you won't find this plant growing in many places because it has been mostly over looked as a possible agricultural resource. The funny thing about this plants story is that its close relative of the species was grown a lot in the southern parts of the united states for its beauty(that particular species was not edible at all). Many did not take caution with the way that they grew them, and now the non edible variety is growing rampantly and is considered an invasive plant. As a result, even the edible species has gotten a bad rep, and people don't want it grown in those areas. It's funny, in a sad way. This is a great example of a lack of knowledge, and little caution. Who knows, perhaps now that people are beginning to understand the plants they grow and how responsibility plays are part in our actions with these plants, we may see air potatoes and other diverse foods sold in local markets. The problem with this, however, comes from funding. Farms in the U.S. are paid to grow, what our government wants them to grow. I feel like people have discovered how to genetically modify things, and want to use this as a quick and easy fix for some problems. The point is we need to more fully understand how we can make use of whats already around us. As long as there are people looking for funding for their work there will always be that carrot dangle in front of the faces of the masses, as well as the faces of those that see the potential to make money from their creations. It may be a harder route for us to find a natural way to end our problems, but in the end I think that it would be the more harmonious route, and ultimately we would learn more about our connection to nature.

Anyway, sorry for the long posts. lol.
#85 - sometimeswefuck (07/28/2015) [-]
Now we wait for the uneducated to make "I *biohazard symbol* GMO's"
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User avatar #105 - kingrayne (07/21/2015) [-]
he doesn't know what taxes are
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#70 - mastercolossus (07/21/2015) [-]
if the goverment pays for it all sure. but then we may lose social security
#73 - kanedam (07/21/2015) [-]
please elaborate
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he doesn't know what taxes are
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I'd say it's more laws that are fucked up, not the judicial system itself
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#21 - anon (07/18/2015) [-]
indeed
User avatar #10 - kodex (07/18/2015) [-]
hurtful but true
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For some reason that site wont open so here's MAL

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User avatar #54 - manza (07/06/2015) [-]
Just because what I learn in school doesn't mean I can think outside the box. Anyway I honestly don't think it's shitty at all to be honest. I also hope we're talking K-12 here because colleges are definitely excellent. I took AP and Honor classes and I felt I learnt a lot. Teachers were fun and I felt the learning environment was good. Then again my high school only has around 1,500 students in a relatively small town. (Although it's near NYC). Never once have I felt like I was being taught like I was a dumbfuck, if you do good you go to a better class. Of course it's not going to be superb if you're in a Regents course compared to AP or Honors. But a lot of people need to be shoved through too. The only thing that really matters at the end of the day is your College Major and if you got a high paying job with it.

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User avatar #127 - tridaak (05/20/2015) [-]
#128 to #127 - kanedam (05/20/2015) [-]
what is it?
User avatar #129 to #128 - tridaak (05/20/2015) [-]
I saw you were still alive
#130 to #129 - kanedam (05/20/2015) [-]
and that made you sad?
User avatar #131 to #130 - tridaak (05/20/2015) [-]
is not a sad face >:
#132 to #131 - kanedam (05/20/2015) [-]
a displeased one...
User avatar #125 - lazaman (02/03/2015) [-]
Yer a smart person, and i wish I could present my ideas in such a polite, and effective manner.
Just wanted to give you a bit of praise.
User avatar #118 - Sewallman ONLINE (01/26/2015) [-]
karma karma karma karma, karma chameleon.
User avatar #120 to #119 - Sewallman ONLINE (01/26/2015) [-]
Culture Club - Karma Chameleon
#121 to #120 - kanedam (01/26/2015) [-]
who are you?   
and how did you find me?   
and what do you want?
who are you?
and how did you find me?
and what do you want?
User avatar #122 to #121 - Sewallman ONLINE (01/26/2015) [-]
I just wanted to tell you that you won one of my contests,
#123 to #122 - kanedam (01/26/2015) [-]
what kind of contest?
User avatar #124 to #123 - Sewallman ONLINE (01/26/2015) [-]
The type where I comment something on your profile.

You won!
#113 - profssortwntyight (01/21/2015) [-]
Hi there
Hi there
#114 to #113 - kanedam (01/21/2015) [-]
who the fuzck are you?
who the fuzck are you?
#115 to #114 - profssortwntyight (01/21/2015) [-]
I actually feel intimidatedD: But then again i always do. very easily    
   
U-uhm.. well, i uh always see you around and stuff... I guess i kinda noticed you. So i just wanted to stop.. stop by and say hi..  See if we can be friends maybe?    
   
 This is how long it ook me to search for suitable jiff. didnt even succeed. sigh.
I actually feel intimidatedD: But then again i always do. very easily

U-uhm.. well, i uh always see you around and stuff... I guess i kinda noticed you. So i just wanted to stop.. stop by and say hi.. See if we can be friends maybe?

This is how long it ook me to search for suitable jiff. didnt even succeed. sigh.
#116 to #115 - kanedam (01/21/2015) [-]
well.... hello. hehe

seems i got a little stalker... about being friends we will see. first we got to know each other better...
#117 to #116 - profssortwntyight (01/22/2015) [-]
Yeah well, i checked your profile comments last night and i noticed that i already know all of the ones on first page lol    
So embarrassing not rlly tho, i like being a stalker at first and then slowly transfer into a friend. It makes me happy  :')   
I wasn't sure if you were just famous or that we were just destined for each other. but whenever im sad i walk up to people a lot more. So every few months i connect with the people ive been stalking  If you could see my made comments, you'd notice that ive made quite a lot new friends this week
Yeah well, i checked your profile comments last night and i noticed that i already know all of the ones on first page lol
So embarrassing not rlly tho, i like being a stalker at first and then slowly transfer into a friend. It makes me happy :')
I wasn't sure if you were just famous or that we were just destined for each other. but whenever im sad i walk up to people a lot more. So every few months i connect with the people ive been stalking If you could see my made comments, you'd notice that ive made quite a lot new friends this week
#112 - kanedam (11/13/2014) [-]
**kanedam rolls 60**
User avatar #105 - gunslayer (09/16/2014) [-]
Sorry about that instant ban m8, my mouse went ******* .
#106 to #105 - kanedam (09/16/2014) [-]
wut?
i am banned?
didnt even realise it...
User avatar #107 to #106 - gunslayer (09/16/2014) [-]
You were but I unbanned immediately, I had accidentally flagged one of your pics as illegal.

Although one of them was borderline, so that one's gone.
#108 to #107 - kanedam (09/16/2014) [-]
but not only the pic is gone but all the comments and the thread to it too...
#110 to #109 - kanedam (09/16/2014) [-]
i cant see it...
User avatar #111 to #110 - gunslayer (09/17/2014) [-]
Sorry, I got busy with my work, the comment I flagged was comment #55, scroll down, and you should see it ;)
#104 - manikugotsabigblac (09/12/2014) [-]
WARRUP WARRUP NIKKA EAT A DICK BIETCH NIKKA SLOBBKK
User avatar #102 - tridaak (09/06/2014) [-]
KANEDAM HOW ARE YOU?
#99 - schnizel (08/24/2014) [-]
Here you go.
#100 to #99 - kanedam (08/24/2014) [-]
thanks man!
you really did me a nice favour.
#97 - schnizel (08/24/2014) [-]
I just found this.
User avatar #98 to #97 - schnizel (08/24/2014) [-]
lel
that's an asshole
#96 - theflamingfire (08/21/2014) [-]
Hello sugerkan daddy
Hello sugerkan daddy
User avatar #94 - tridaak (08/01/2014) [-]
fehg
User avatar #93 - tridaak (06/04/2014) [-]
Kanedam, Erubetie wants to talk
User avatar #87 - erubetie (04/17/2014) [-]
Kanedam tridaak is gone ;(
#86 - millemangaface (04/04/2014) [-]
Slices my fingernail + some flesh off yesterday. Had to get a tetanus shot too. Auch. **** happens ;)

Having some trouble writing tho. So it's gonna be some short messages this week, hope it's okey.
User avatar #82 - tridaak (03/17/2014) [-]
kanedam
#84 to #82 - kanedam (03/17/2014) [-]
what you want?
what you want?
User avatar #85 to #84 - tridaak (03/20/2014) [-]
kanedam
#88 to #85 - kanedam (05/16/2014) [-]
hey ****** tridaak is back?
#90 to #89 - kanedam (05/16/2014) [-]
i found you.... muahahahaha
User avatar #91 to #90 - tridaak (05/16/2014) [-]
I'm not supposed to be, but SOMEONE had to undelete my account... so I was forced.
#92 to #91 - kanedam (05/16/2014) [-]
well... ok...
#59 to #58 - anon (03/08/2014) [-]
Hi
User avatar #60 to #59 - erubetie (03/08/2014) [-]
What do you want anon?
#61 to #60 - anon (03/08/2014) [-]
Nothing it's just that I wanted to say hi to you after all. Your just my favorite monster girl thats all.
#62 to #61 - erubetie (03/08/2014) [-]
Why thank you anon
#63 to #62 - anon (03/08/2014) [-]
Your welcome I just wish we could meet for real. It's a shame were separated as were separated from monitor though monitor right now as we can never really meet each other :'(
#64 to #63 - erubetie (03/08/2014) [-]
I hope to see you one day....
#65 to #64 - anon (03/08/2014) [-]
Yeah... maybe we will one day :')
#67 to #66 - anon (03/08/2014) [-]
S-sorry for wasting your time, I-I'll just be going now if you dont mind....
#68 to #67 - erubetie (03/08/2014) [-]
Why leave?
#72 to #68 - anon (03/09/2014) [-]
..............I think I've been here for a while now -_-'
#73 to #72 - erubetie (03/09/2014) [-]
Why are you anon.... who are you anyway
#74 to #73 - anon (03/09/2014) [-]
You can just call me little anon, but just for now. I keep my name a secret so no one will know my real name.
#75 to #74 - erubetie (03/09/2014) [-]
Why don't you want to tell me your real name are you embarrassed of me anon
#76 to #75 - anon (03/09/2014) [-]
I don't know really I just don't want to tell my real name yet, but I will maybe someday, once I make a account. I been in this site for a while too, some Im not really new here a little bit.
#77 to #76 - erubetie (03/09/2014) [-]
How did you found out about me in the first place?
#78 to #77 - anon (03/09/2014) [-]
I found out about you on the Internet. Heard about monster girl quest, knew your name, searched it on google and found you here. I actually known you for a very long time.
#79 to #78 - erubetie (03/09/2014) [-]
Well I hope we can stay in touch anon.
#80 to #79 - anon (03/09/2014) [-]
Fine by me
#69 to #68 - anon (03/08/2014) [-]
I don't know, it's just that you were giving me that face of digust look earlier, I thought I was just wasting time for you that's all.
#55 - erubetie (03/05/2014) [-]
Kanedam do you have any time to talk with me?
#57 to #55 - kanedam (03/05/2014) [-]
tonight i will have some time.
User avatar #56 to #55 - tridaak (03/05/2014) [-]
(I see how it is)
User avatar #54 - tridaak (03/04/2014) [-]
HEY KANEDAM
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