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makedonski

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Date Signed Up:3/07/2011
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#187 - Somehow, with my dad making around 200k a year and living in a…  [+] (3 replies) 10/04/2013 on Denmark at its finest +1
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#188 - xchewsifferx (10/04/2013) [-]
Holy ass... did you list him as your primary income source? or did you list yourself as independent?
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#190 - makedonski (10/04/2013) [-]
He owns his own company, but because of how it's set up, it's not worth anything. So under assets, I had to write 0 because you can't just sell a customer base. It's kind of complicated.

So hypothetically speaking, if he were to sell the entire company tomorrow, it wouldn't be worth anything.
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#192 - xchewsifferx (10/04/2013) [-]
no no. i understand.

My dad has his own landscaping business, he doesn't make nearly that much, but if he were to sell the company tomorrow it would only be worth the value of his equipment
#11 - What is torchwood? Also, I don't think overpopulation will be …  [+] (3 replies) 10/02/2013 on zombie +1
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#17 - amuzen (10/02/2013) [-]
It's not so much about finding a place to put them so much as it is about properly rationing out resources, imagine if the worlds population practically doubled in two months because just absolutely no body ANYWHERE died.
This also caused a bit of Anarchy since people didn't have as much qualms about using hardcore violence to get their way since they wouldn't have to worry about killing anyone they would only viciously maim them.
plus people wouldn't heal when they died and they weren't immune to pain they would go through all the pain of having their head chopped off but they just straight up wouldn't die. The story for it was their life energy was being forcibly trapped inside them so regardless of whether their soul 'should' have left their body it wouldn't.
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#16 - devilofscience (10/02/2013) [-]
Over population is a serious problem now without immortals. Try and remember we're not just trying to fit a bunch of humans on this giant blue marble we're trying to comfortably fit millions of humans and animals on the limited habitable areas of earth with enough room to produce food and maintain livestock (technically still food unless you don't eat meat), we will eventually have to expand to somewhere else especially with the recent high birth rates we've been experiencing.
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#12 - captnnorway (10/02/2013) [-]
It's sorta CSI with aliens. The main protaganist is Cptn Jack Harkness, who is in a couple of episodes of Doctor Who, so it's a part of the doctor Who universe. Torchwood in it self is a government origination, their motto is "outside the government, beyond the police". It's my fav series of all time, sadly it only got 4 seasons. Season 1 is good, but every season after is better than those before, in my eyes at least.
#9 - What's the argument against it?  [+] (5 replies) 10/02/2013 on zombie +1
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#10 - captnnorway (10/02/2013) [-]
Well most people don't want their loved ones to die. The thing is people stop dieing, even without a head they are still "alive". So a lot of people who should've died of a hearthattack or something similar lives on. At the start everyone is happy about this, but they soon realize that the earth is gonna be over populated and there are campaigns for and against whenever or not dead people are alive. I highly recommend it though, it's probably the best series of Torchwood.
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#11 - makedonski (10/02/2013) [-]
What is torchwood? Also, I don't think overpopulation will be a problem anytime soon, seeing as how we could comfortably fit the entire population of earth into an area the size of Texas.
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#17 - amuzen (10/02/2013) [-]
It's not so much about finding a place to put them so much as it is about properly rationing out resources, imagine if the worlds population practically doubled in two months because just absolutely no body ANYWHERE died.
This also caused a bit of Anarchy since people didn't have as much qualms about using hardcore violence to get their way since they wouldn't have to worry about killing anyone they would only viciously maim them.
plus people wouldn't heal when they died and they weren't immune to pain they would go through all the pain of having their head chopped off but they just straight up wouldn't die. The story for it was their life energy was being forcibly trapped inside them so regardless of whether their soul 'should' have left their body it wouldn't.
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#16 - devilofscience (10/02/2013) [-]
Over population is a serious problem now without immortals. Try and remember we're not just trying to fit a bunch of humans on this giant blue marble we're trying to comfortably fit millions of humans and animals on the limited habitable areas of earth with enough room to produce food and maintain livestock (technically still food unless you don't eat meat), we will eventually have to expand to somewhere else especially with the recent high birth rates we've been experiencing.
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#12 - captnnorway (10/02/2013) [-]
It's sorta CSI with aliens. The main protaganist is Cptn Jack Harkness, who is in a couple of episodes of Doctor Who, so it's a part of the doctor Who universe. Torchwood in it self is a government origination, their motto is "outside the government, beyond the police". It's my fav series of all time, sadly it only got 4 seasons. Season 1 is good, but every season after is better than those before, in my eyes at least.
#66 - They actually help out  [+] (4 replies) 10/02/2013 on Suprising marriage proposal -1
#68 - bazda (10/02/2013) [-]
They're a hell of lot more helpful than retarded MD's whose solution to back problems is pain pills until it goes away.
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#77 - ruebezahl (10/02/2013) [-]
Working in an office job, 80% of my colleagues (including myself) have back problems, and I don't know of a single one who has been told by an MD to take pills until the problem goes away.
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#70 - iamkagji (10/02/2013) [-]
That and painful metal implants that severely decrease your mobility
#71 - jazzytheferret (10/02/2013) [-]
I actually had an ulcer that was solved via chiropractic care.
#282 - I agree. You can't be an underdeveloped 14-year-old that hasn'…  [+] (1 reply) 10/02/2013 on i'm coming down with fedora +1
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#283 - commontroll (10/02/2013) [-]
Indeed. And only wear it because it's raining, snowing, or cold outside. Wearing it whenever you want, that's just dumb.