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#22 - The new series is both based on a more popular branch in the V… 22 minutes ago on girls be like 0
#7 - WHICH IS IT OBAMA? HUH!? WHY DON'T YOU TELL US YOUR REAL AGE!? 12/21/2014 on Seth Rogen +12
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#39 - They still sell it here. FJ is just overdramatizing it because… 12/21/2014 on DLC 0
#29 - Probably because it was being shown in the stead of The Interv…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/21/2014 on Random Interesting Facts -2
#75 - meatboy (12/21/2014) [-]
I think he means though, why Team America was not cancelled in the first place.
#76 - mowgaycraft has deleted their comment.
#6 - Because all the autists migrated to 8chan. 12/20/2014 on mfw 8chan 0
#19 - Again. I'll accept that being obese is a bad lifestyle. But fo…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/19/2014 on I'm lovin it +1
#20 - fresighto (12/19/2014) [-]
I agree with the majority of your points; I wouldn't force them to not be fat; that being said, I wouldn't support that either. I don't want their life choices supported by my taxes, though I know that's a hard line to draw and a bad direction to go. Also, I'm not insulting them, as long as they themselves abide by societal norms. There are more than a few superfats who think they're special, and I won't have it. I don't get special treatment, nor should you.

About implying they're not as good, I'm far from implying it;
I stand by the statement in bold and wholeheartedly. It is a deficit in character, just as lying, being a drunk, or being violent.
Temperance in all things.
#17 - From what I see around here the trend seems to be more taking …  [+] (7 new replies) 12/19/2014 on I'm lovin it +11
#18 - fresighto (12/19/2014) [-]
On one hand, I agree that we should accept the people, but damn the lifestyle. That being said, on the other, I think it is a cancerous admission of gluttony and a lack of self control, and that ones actions form the basis for who one is, so the person and their actions are inseparable. Therefore, the morbidly obese who cannot/will not function are not deserving of my acceptance in any flavor. If you are overweight, but active, healthy, and contribute, I can give indulgences; I can't expect everyone to be at 8-10% BF. And where to draw the line? That one is easy, where you cross the line between overweight and the first class of obese.
User avatar #56 - admiralen (12/19/2014) [-]
if you think that way, do you also hate smokers?
smoking is bad for you and its a choice
#57 - fresighto (12/19/2014) [-]
I do not HATE fat people, I dislike them and disdain thier lifestyle.
The answer is yes, by the way, realigned with the above. I feel the same way about smokers; I quit two months ago myself, so i can say I know both sides.
User avatar #61 - admiralen (12/19/2014) [-]
good for you mate, but another question, why do you care what other people do to their bodies? sure there is the extreme minority that live on taxmoney to support their lardasses and then sure you can hate them, theyre parasites, but just being fat is really no one elses business if you support those eating habits with your own cash
#63 - fresighto (12/19/2014) [-]
Moral degredation mostly; more people start to think being obese is okay, and less people tell them otherwise, so it spirals out of control, like it has begun to in the US. Where fitness is seen as weird, and being chubby or actually fat is seen as normal. Thats so divorced from how it used to be. We've made great strides in technology, giving us leisure time, but haven't countered with the appropriate moral fortitude and temperance.

On a physical level? Doesn't effect me one damn bit, except taxes and rage at entitlement.
User avatar #19 - mowgaycraft (12/19/2014) [-]
Again. I'll accept that being obese is a bad lifestyle. But forcing people to do something just because we believe it's unhealthy would be like forcing people off their devices for an amount of time because they're not getting a daily dose of other activities. And people would most definitely get mad about that because it's a violation of their freedoms and a lot of people like their connectivity.

I'll go out on a limb and say that most people who are obese are aware that they're obese and not deluded to the point where they believe that they're healthy the way they are. Like smokers who recognize their addictions.

While it's bad for them, they're at every free right to have such a lifestyle. And we shouldn't be shitlords and call them out on being any uglier or worse than anyone else simply because of their body type. Advise them because it's healthier otherwise because you want them to be healthy and live longer, but forcing a different lifestyle on them under the pretense of goodwill is kinda mean. And insulting them and implying they're not as good as skinny people is just horrible behavior.
#20 - fresighto (12/19/2014) [-]
I agree with the majority of your points; I wouldn't force them to not be fat; that being said, I wouldn't support that either. I don't want their life choices supported by my taxes, though I know that's a hard line to draw and a bad direction to go. Also, I'm not insulting them, as long as they themselves abide by societal norms. There are more than a few superfats who think they're special, and I won't have it. I don't get special treatment, nor should you.

About implying they're not as good, I'm far from implying it;
I stand by the statement in bold and wholeheartedly. It is a deficit in character, just as lying, being a drunk, or being violent.
Temperance in all things.
#15 - TBH there's no problem with body positivity. People are allowe…  [+] (14 new replies) 12/19/2014 on I'm lovin it +108
User avatar #128 - wtel (12/19/2014) [-]
Criticizing fatfucks is entirely reasonable, and in fact should be viewed as responsibility of any normal citizen. Given that nearly every nation on the planet subsidizes healthcare equally amongst all people, it's unfair to place excessive strain on normal people by fat people.

User avatar #87 - thegameujustlost (12/19/2014) [-]
SAMSARA food sequence from Baraka & Samsara

Beeing overweight is an insult to the face of humanity.

There are absolutely no downsides on beeing fit. Zero. Its all benefits, you feel better, you look better, you live better and you live longer. Yet people still sit on his asses and eat shit. Not only they eat shit, they eat 3x times more shit than they really need. They kill more animals, consume more food, produce more waste and are a blackhole for healthcare money. All for the sake of what? For feeling disgusting?Because they cant resists eating a whole cake a day? They cant resist dringking 1L of soda every 2 hours? They make other lives worse for no reason. It's that fucking hard to have a little self control?

And then you praise all that shit, all that selfishness, all that waste as what? As something you can feel good about? As something you can be proud? Fuck. Fat activist make me fucking sick.
User avatar #77 - letting (12/19/2014) [-]
You, I like you and I agree with everything you said.
User avatar #25 - gragasvlad (12/19/2014) [-]
Hey let them be happy and let them die early it won't realy harm me.
#16 - fresighto (12/19/2014) [-]
While I subscribe to more of a warrior mindset personally, and intrinsically believe that being obese, or even overweight if it negatively affects your performance is wrong, I understanx that people have a right to be comfortable in their own bodies. That's fine. That's not the point here. Its the first bit; overweight is not a choice. Of fucking course it is. Liking your body is fine; telling people obesity is not your fault, or is just as healthy, or that you CAN'T lose weight is not acceptable, and not true.

God why am I having to explain this
#163 - anonymous (12/20/2014) [-]
What you just described is being morally fit.
User avatar #17 - mowgaycraft (12/19/2014) [-]
From what I see around here the trend seems to be more taking to telling anyone who desires to feel somewhat accepted that, due to their obesity, that they're ugly.

Which is just fucking horrible.

Call people out on their unhealthy lifestyle but don't be pushing on them that they should feel ashamed for it.

#18 - fresighto (12/19/2014) [-]
On one hand, I agree that we should accept the people, but damn the lifestyle. That being said, on the other, I think it is a cancerous admission of gluttony and a lack of self control, and that ones actions form the basis for who one is, so the person and their actions are inseparable. Therefore, the morbidly obese who cannot/will not function are not deserving of my acceptance in any flavor. If you are overweight, but active, healthy, and contribute, I can give indulgences; I can't expect everyone to be at 8-10% BF. And where to draw the line? That one is easy, where you cross the line between overweight and the first class of obese.
User avatar #56 - admiralen (12/19/2014) [-]
if you think that way, do you also hate smokers?
smoking is bad for you and its a choice
#57 - fresighto (12/19/2014) [-]
I do not HATE fat people, I dislike them and disdain thier lifestyle.
The answer is yes, by the way, realigned with the above. I feel the same way about smokers; I quit two months ago myself, so i can say I know both sides.
User avatar #61 - admiralen (12/19/2014) [-]
good for you mate, but another question, why do you care what other people do to their bodies? sure there is the extreme minority that live on taxmoney to support their lardasses and then sure you can hate them, theyre parasites, but just being fat is really no one elses business if you support those eating habits with your own cash
#63 - fresighto (12/19/2014) [-]
Moral degredation mostly; more people start to think being obese is okay, and less people tell them otherwise, so it spirals out of control, like it has begun to in the US. Where fitness is seen as weird, and being chubby or actually fat is seen as normal. Thats so divorced from how it used to be. We've made great strides in technology, giving us leisure time, but haven't countered with the appropriate moral fortitude and temperance.

On a physical level? Doesn't effect me one damn bit, except taxes and rage at entitlement.
User avatar #19 - mowgaycraft (12/19/2014) [-]
Again. I'll accept that being obese is a bad lifestyle. But forcing people to do something just because we believe it's unhealthy would be like forcing people off their devices for an amount of time because they're not getting a daily dose of other activities. And people would most definitely get mad about that because it's a violation of their freedoms and a lot of people like their connectivity.

I'll go out on a limb and say that most people who are obese are aware that they're obese and not deluded to the point where they believe that they're healthy the way they are. Like smokers who recognize their addictions.

While it's bad for them, they're at every free right to have such a lifestyle. And we shouldn't be shitlords and call them out on being any uglier or worse than anyone else simply because of their body type. Advise them because it's healthier otherwise because you want them to be healthy and live longer, but forcing a different lifestyle on them under the pretense of goodwill is kinda mean. And insulting them and implying they're not as good as skinny people is just horrible behavior.
#20 - fresighto (12/19/2014) [-]
I agree with the majority of your points; I wouldn't force them to not be fat; that being said, I wouldn't support that either. I don't want their life choices supported by my taxes, though I know that's a hard line to draw and a bad direction to go. Also, I'm not insulting them, as long as they themselves abide by societal norms. There are more than a few superfats who think they're special, and I won't have it. I don't get special treatment, nor should you.

About implying they're not as good, I'm far from implying it;
I stand by the statement in bold and wholeheartedly. It is a deficit in character, just as lying, being a drunk, or being violent.
Temperance in all things.
#213 - Except that wasn't posted through greenlight, remember? … 12/18/2014 on Gabes defeats the SJWs +1
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