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mcmanybucks

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Gender: male
Age: 25
Date Signed Up:6/13/2011
Last Login:3/31/2015
Location:Denmarkness
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Content Ranking:#2352
Comment Ranking:#4224
Highest Content Rank:#1063
Highest Comment Rank:#3319
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Content Views:356539
Times Content Favorited:327 times
Total Comments Made:2612
FJ Points:11363
Favorite Tags: Muffin (2)
I make funny, you lol, i kill you family liek bauz.

latest user's comments

#34 - Lol, trying to hurt a scandinavian country economically? we're… 22 hours ago on WE DONT CALL IT "SHARIYA LAW" 0
#26 - I live in Denmark, our government are still receiving deaththr…  [+] (3 new replies) 23 hours ago on WE DONT CALL IT "SHARIYA LAW" 0
#28 - anonymous (23 hours ago) [-]
I remember that. Where I was brought up (which I will keep to myself for safety purposes), people were rallying to boycott all Danish products in an attempt to harm Denmark economically as revenge for that comic. Yes, an entire Islamic country can be that petty.
User avatar #34 - mcmanybucks (22 hours ago) [-]
Lol, trying to hurt a scandinavian country economically? we're kings of trade..
#30 - drakeii (23 hours ago) [-]
honest to god it looks like ur chatting with your self , if you want some real discussion post a single point and ill reply

is this what talking to that weird faced feminists feels like?
#5 - Wood Division II, Aggresive Support Sona with 3 runes and no m… 23 hours ago on Bronze V at 30 min 0
#23 - Exactly! and this is why we need to bomb em! id say the same a…  [+] (5 new replies) 23 hours ago on WE DONT CALL IT "SHARIYA LAW" +1
#25 - anonymous (23 hours ago) [-]
What people like you and I can do that is actually within grasp is to not cave to Islam's over-sensitivity to criticism.

Incidents like Charlie Hebdo and the European film director who got stabbed for making a movie about Islam is exactly why everyone concerned for freedom and free speech should keep the pressure going. Pelt Islam with every chunk of criticism you have, and then pelt some more, until Muslims stop behaving like savages, figure out how to deal with criticism in a civil non-murderous manner, and learn to take a fucking joke.
User avatar #26 - mcmanybucks (23 hours ago) [-]
I live in Denmark, our government are still receiving deaththreats cuz of that drawing all those years ago..im now used to telling people to fuck off when they dont take jokes.
#28 - anonymous (23 hours ago) [-]
I remember that. Where I was brought up (which I will keep to myself for safety purposes), people were rallying to boycott all Danish products in an attempt to harm Denmark economically as revenge for that comic. Yes, an entire Islamic country can be that petty.
User avatar #34 - mcmanybucks (22 hours ago) [-]
Lol, trying to hurt a scandinavian country economically? we're kings of trade..
#30 - drakeii (23 hours ago) [-]
honest to god it looks like ur chatting with your self , if you want some real discussion post a single point and ill reply

is this what talking to that weird faced feminists feels like?
#2 - Anyone thinks this is like the sound u make when emulating a m… 23 hours ago on (untitled) 0
#21 - We should just annex all the negative muslims and when we've w…  [+] (7 new replies) 23 hours ago on WE DONT CALL IT "SHARIYA LAW" +1
#22 - anonymous (23 hours ago) [-]
A "good Muslim" is one that doesn't take his religion seriously. I cannot emphasize this enough. You can apply the same sentence to any religion, if you think about it.

Speaking of which, ISIS are not "extremists"; they are, in fact, following Islamic sharia law to the absolute letter. ISIS is what happens when an entire group of people who do take their religion seriously.
User avatar #23 - mcmanybucks (23 hours ago) [-]
Exactly! and this is why we need to bomb em! id say the same about christian extremists but there hasnt really been that much of an uprising in that category since the crusades...at least as far as i know..
#25 - anonymous (23 hours ago) [-]
What people like you and I can do that is actually within grasp is to not cave to Islam's over-sensitivity to criticism.

Incidents like Charlie Hebdo and the European film director who got stabbed for making a movie about Islam is exactly why everyone concerned for freedom and free speech should keep the pressure going. Pelt Islam with every chunk of criticism you have, and then pelt some more, until Muslims stop behaving like savages, figure out how to deal with criticism in a civil non-murderous manner, and learn to take a fucking joke.
User avatar #26 - mcmanybucks (23 hours ago) [-]
I live in Denmark, our government are still receiving deaththreats cuz of that drawing all those years ago..im now used to telling people to fuck off when they dont take jokes.
#28 - anonymous (23 hours ago) [-]
I remember that. Where I was brought up (which I will keep to myself for safety purposes), people were rallying to boycott all Danish products in an attempt to harm Denmark economically as revenge for that comic. Yes, an entire Islamic country can be that petty.
User avatar #34 - mcmanybucks (22 hours ago) [-]
Lol, trying to hurt a scandinavian country economically? we're kings of trade..
#30 - drakeii (23 hours ago) [-]
honest to god it looks like ur chatting with your self , if you want some real discussion post a single point and ill reply

is this what talking to that weird faced feminists feels like?
#24 - My dad wanted the floor heated in our house, so we tore open t…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/30/2015 on comfy 0
User avatar #37 - dudeyouisnasty (20 hours ago) [-]
Thats the point. You have to rip up the floor to lay down a plastic grid they are usually a plastic grid with aluminum sheet backing hook it up to electric or a boiler, only to have a warm floor. It can be used to heat a house and is more effective than wall mounted radiant heat but still behind forced air when it comes to response time when using a traditional boiler newer systems greatly reduce boiler warm up time compactness when compared to a forced air design that will still need to be present to obtain air conditioning.
User avatar #38 - compared (17 hours ago) [-]
Thanks for using a comparison, hope you have an excellent day!
#19 - thats why u do it while building the house :v  [+] (4 new replies) 03/30/2015 on comfy 0
User avatar #20 - dudeyouisnasty (03/30/2015) [-]
We did that, in the 70s. Not enough people liked it. So it didnt stick. And those who would like it now, are one of two kinds. The kind who can afford to build a house, and those who cant. Those who can build a house can do this all they want, but there are few people who even want to build a house. Those who cant afford to build a house also cannot afford an entire room to a steam shower. Mst of us just get a hot tub which IMO is better than a heated tile steam seat.
User avatar #24 - mcmanybucks (03/30/2015) [-]
My dad wanted the floor heated in our house, so we tore open the floorings and laid a big iron-grid thing down..thats one way..my dad became sidetracked and we never finished it and ultimately the house burned down..the floor got heated though.
User avatar #37 - dudeyouisnasty (20 hours ago) [-]
Thats the point. You have to rip up the floor to lay down a plastic grid they are usually a plastic grid with aluminum sheet backing hook it up to electric or a boiler, only to have a warm floor. It can be used to heat a house and is more effective than wall mounted radiant heat but still behind forced air when it comes to response time when using a traditional boiler newer systems greatly reduce boiler warm up time compactness when compared to a forced air design that will still need to be present to obtain air conditioning.
User avatar #38 - compared (17 hours ago) [-]
Thanks for using a comparison, hope you have an excellent day!
#15 - have u ******* western casuals ever heard of heated tiles?  [+] (6 new replies) 03/30/2015 on comfy 0
User avatar #18 - dudeyouisnasty (03/30/2015) [-]
Yes. Heated floors was pushed in the 70s but no one liked it enough to get it going. No one around here has a use for heated tiles with a solution that wouldnt require a whole room remodel.
User avatar #19 - mcmanybucks (03/30/2015) [-]
thats why u do it while building the house :v
User avatar #20 - dudeyouisnasty (03/30/2015) [-]
We did that, in the 70s. Not enough people liked it. So it didnt stick. And those who would like it now, are one of two kinds. The kind who can afford to build a house, and those who cant. Those who can build a house can do this all they want, but there are few people who even want to build a house. Those who cant afford to build a house also cannot afford an entire room to a steam shower. Mst of us just get a hot tub which IMO is better than a heated tile steam seat.
User avatar #24 - mcmanybucks (03/30/2015) [-]
My dad wanted the floor heated in our house, so we tore open the floorings and laid a big iron-grid thing down..thats one way..my dad became sidetracked and we never finished it and ultimately the house burned down..the floor got heated though.
User avatar #37 - dudeyouisnasty (20 hours ago) [-]
Thats the point. You have to rip up the floor to lay down a plastic grid they are usually a plastic grid with aluminum sheet backing hook it up to electric or a boiler, only to have a warm floor. It can be used to heat a house and is more effective than wall mounted radiant heat but still behind forced air when it comes to response time when using a traditional boiler newer systems greatly reduce boiler warm up time compactness when compared to a forced air design that will still need to be present to obtain air conditioning.
User avatar #38 - compared (17 hours ago) [-]
Thanks for using a comparison, hope you have an excellent day!
#18 - try being in a cqc in Arma 3..tell me if u have the time to ADS.. 03/29/2015 on Life Hack -1

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#9 - anonymous (01/31/2015) [-]
fag
#7 - anonymous (07/20/2013) [-]
******* deleting your comments just because you get thumbed down, pathetic, can't believe you give a **** about thumbs so much that you delete all or any negative ones.
User avatar #8 to #7 - mcmanybucks (07/20/2013) [-]
Actually, you're wrong, but thanks for starting a new argument which was what i intended to avoid..i deleted my comments because i didnt want people to reply to me anymore, i wanted the argument to die down.
User avatar #5 - trolljunkusa (05/21/2013) [-]
Hey man you built that PC yet?
User avatar #6 to #5 - mcmanybucks (05/23/2013) [-]
No i just needed some information and tips..i havent gotten the time nor the money yet but i will soon..just checking up on things so i dont buy some complete ****
#4 - ricardobonilla (03/25/2012) [-]
I'm gonna try bumping you back up a little out of the banned zone.. ^_^
User avatar #3 - missfoxgirl (03/02/2012) [-]
hej med dig :)
User avatar #1 - theqk (09/21/2011) [-]
can you delete this post by fckya? http://funnyjunk.com/youtube/2636601/Heman+Singing+D/1#1
I really want to troll him
User avatar #2 to #1 - mcmanybucks (09/24/2011) [-]
whoops :vdidnt come in my inbox xD
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